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Suggestion to Parents
Parents and Guardians would do well to call on the Principal at his/her leisure hours at least once in a term to get information regarding their children and do the need full in time. 

The Co-operation of parents in all the affairs of the college ensures the best conduct of the college.


Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) 5 Year Degree Course

I. Admission Requirements
Candidates for admission to LL.B (5 Year) Degree Courses shall be required to have passed an Examination in 10+2 course of schooling recognized by the educational authority of the Central or State Government or possesses such academic qualifications which are considered equvalent to such 10+2 course by the Bar Council of India. No candidate shall be admitted to the course unless he/she has passed the Examination and obtained 40% marks in the qualifying examinations. Relaxation of marks will be given to eligible students as per prevailing Government norms from time to time.

II. Selection Procedure
The admission shall be in accordance with the procedure and norms laid down by the Government of Kerala from time to time.

III. Curriculum
The curriculum shall consist of 36 papers including practical Training papers for 3 year course and 52 papers for 5 year course.

IV. Duration of the Courses
The duration of the course of study for the Degree of Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) shall be 5 years with 10 semesters. The I, III, V, VII & IX semesters shall ordinarily be
from 1st November to 31st March; and the II, IV, VI, VIII & X semesters shall ordinarily be from 1st June to 31st October. The periods mentioned hereinabove shall ordinarily be inclusive of the time required for conduct of examinations of the relevant semesters.

V. Vacation
As Government Law Colleges in Kerala are vacation Departments as per Kerala Service Rules, the vacation for LL.B ( 5 year) Course shall be from 1st April to 31st May every year.

VI. Medium of Instruction
The medium of instruction and examinations shall be English.

VII. Attendance
A semester shall consist of not less than 90 working days. There shall be University Examination at the end of each semester. To be eligible for admission to examination of the particular semester, the candidate shall secure not less than 75% attendance during that semester and his/her conduct and progress should be satisfactory. Further, if a semester includes a practical paper, the candidate should secure a minimum of 75% of attendance separately for each practical paper.

VIII. Pass Requirements
A candidate who secures not less than 50% aggregate for total of University Examination and Internal assessment put together in a paper shall be decalred to have passed the examination in that paper.

IX. Classification
(i) The five year students who have passed all papers of I, II, III, IV, V & VI semester examinations will be awarded Bachelor of arts (Law) Degree.
(ii) A candidate who has passed all the papers for all the semesters and secured 50% or more of the aggregate marks but less than 60% of such marks shall be declared to have passed the course in second class.
(iii) Successful Candidates who have secured 60% and above in the aggregate in all the Semesters shall be declared to have passed the course in first class.
(iv) Ranking shall be done on the basis of the marks obtained by the candidate in the whole examination of the course passed in the first chance.

X. Promotion
(i) A student who has satisfactorily completed the course of each semester and has registered for examination of that semester shall be promoted to the next semester, subject to the stipulations regarding practical training.
(ii) In the case of 5 year LL.B Course, only those students who are eligible for the award of Bachelor of Arts (Law) Degree shall be entitled to appear for the 10th Semester theory examination. Subject to this condition the promotion of 5 year LL.B students shall also be regulated as mentioned above.

XI. Practical Training
Practical Training shall be impartial and evaluated as laid down in No. G AI/32/1782/98 dated 12-10-1998 of the Registrar, University of Calicut. Marks for the practical training papers shall be awarded by the teachers incharge of the practical and a record of the marks signed by the teachers incharge and countersigned by the Principal shall be maintained in the college. The register shall show the marks separately allotted by each teacher and the average awarded. The marks shall be published in the college notice board and a copy of the same signed by the Principal shall be forwarded to the University. Only those students who have secured a minimum of 75%
attendacnce and 50% marks in the practical training of a semester shall be eligible to register for the examination of that semester. Whenever practical
records are to be maintained, the students shall complete and submit the same positively on or before the last working day of the relevant semester.

XII. Pattern of Question Paper/Distribution of Marks
(a) Non-Law Papers : The existing pattern of question paper shall continue.
Duration of exam : 2 Hrs.
Maximum Marks : 50 Marks (40 marks for written examination and 10 marks for internal assessment)
(b) Law Papers :
The pattern shall be the same as laid down in GAI/J2/1782/98 dated 12-10-1998 of the Registrar University of Calicut. However, papers on Jurisprudence and Legal Language shall not have problems. The existing pattern of question papers (the pattern as shown under) shall continue.
Part (A) – Short answer
Part (B) – Problems
Part (C) – Essays
Duration of exam. : 3 Hrs.
Maximum Marks : 100 Marks (80 marks for written examination and 20 marks for internal assessment)

XIII. Internal Assessment
(i) Objectives
Objectives of introducing internal Assessment for LL.B course are–
(1) to develop in the students the ability for critical analysis and evaluation of legal problems;

(2) to develop communication skills, both written and oral;

(3) to create an awareness of current socio-legal problems;

(4) to ensure the involvement and participation of students in academic programmes; and

(5) to make evaluation of students a continuous process.

In order to acheive these objectives it is imperative that internal assessment is made by teachers in a fair and objective manner and in an atmosphere of total transparancy and confidence. The following guidelines are issued to secure fairness, objectivity and transparancy in internal assessment.

(ii) Attendance
For each subject attendance shall be taken from the calss and recorded in a register maintained by the teacher. A statement of attendance shall be prepared every month which shall be available for inspection by the students. Complaints, if any shall be brought to the notice of the teacher and principal before the seventh day of
the succeeding month. 
Students representing the College/University in sports/games/arts/cultural events or Moot Courts and office bearers of the College/University Union may, with the prior permission of Principal, take part in such competitions/activities and be given attendance as directed by the Principal for such participation, subject to a maximum 10 days in a semester.

Marks for attendance shall be distributed as follows.

FOR CP–01 TO CP–28 AND OP–01 TO OP–04

Percentage of Attendance Marks           
75-79 2.5
80-84 3.0
85-89  3.5
90-94 4.0
95-99 4.5
100 5.0

For CP–29 to CP–44

Percentage of Attendance Marks           
75-79 1.25
80-84 1.50
85-89  1.75
90-94 2.00
95-99 2.25
100 2.50

(iv) Test Paper

(a) At least one test paper shall be onducted for each subject in a semester by the concerned teacher who is handling the relevant subject.
(b) The marks obtained by each student in the test paper shall be recorded by the teacher in the register maintained for the purpose.
(c) Answer sheets of the test paper shall be returned to the student provided a request in writing is made personally by the student within 5 days from the announcement of the marks. Before handing over the answer sheets to the student the teacher should sign in each answer sheet and student should sign in the register maintained by the teacher against the column provided for recording the marks.
(v) Assignment/Seminar/Debate/Quiz etc.
(a) Every student shall write one assignment for each paper on a subject assigned by the teacher. The assignment should reflect the ability of the student to identify and use materials, and his/her capacity for original thinking, critical analysis and evaluation. The assignment shall be submitted to the concerned teacher positively by the due
date prescribed.
(b) Alternatively the teacher may direct every student to participate in seminar/debate for each paper. A synopsis shall be submitted by the student to the teacher before the seminar/debate. In the evaluation, 50% credit shall be given to the content and 50% for presentation. The topic of the seminar/debate shall be given by the teacher. 
(c) The internal assessment marks obtained by each student shall be published by the teacher within 10 days from the end of the semester. The marks shall be recorded in a register maintained by the teacher.
(vi) Details regarding the distribution of Marks are as in the ‘scheme of Examination’.
(vii) Grievance Redressal Cell - A Grievance Redressal Cell shall be constituted by the Head of the Institution. Grievances, if any, with respect to internal assessment
shall be submitted in writing by the concerned student personally with in five days from the date of publication of marks. The decision taken by the Cell shall be final.

XIV. University Examinations
No candidate shall be admitted for the first semester LL.B examination, unless he has undergone a course of study in the prescribed subjects for the examination for a period of the first semester in the College/Institution maintained by and affiliated to this University after fulfilling the eligibility condition for admission as given in regulation above and forwards, before the date of commencement of examination satisfactory evidence of having fulfilled the eligibility condition.
(i) A candidate should have secured not less than 75% of the attendance during the semester in order to be eligible for appearing for the semester examination.
(ii) No candidate shall be admitted to the Second Semester examination, unless he has undergone a course of study in the subjects prescribed for the examination for a period of 90 days in an institution maintained by or affiliated to this University.
(iii) This rule applies to all the other semesters also. 

XV. Readmission
Readmission to each semester shall be according to the availability of seats in the concerned semester. This shall also be subject to Rules framed by the University and Government of Kerala from time to time. These Regulation shall come into force with effect from 2008-09 Academic Year (2008 Admission).