Following a decision by the Bar Council of India (BCI), the Faculty of Law, Delhi University will be able to admit only 1,440 students to its LLB programme from 2017-18 as against the current intake of 2,310. The University has also been asked to discontinue its evening classes from the next session, although, for the current academic session the classes will continue as it is.DU LLB officials had earlier requested BCI to let the university continue with its evening classes for LLB students who are in the batches of 2014-2017 and 2015-2018 so that their courses can be completed.
BCI’s decision to scrap both seats and evening classes comes in the light of the Delhi University lapsing on its infrastructure and intake requirements. Further, the University had also reiterated its stand to resolve and recruit permanent teachers against vacancies as per UGC and BCI regulations.
What are the new decisions of BCI regarding DU LLB programmes?
The three law centres will be allowed to take 767 students each, i.e., total of around 2310, as advertised by the University, but this is applicable only in 2016-2017.
From the academic year 2017-18, they can admit only 480 students per centre.
There will be no evening classes from 2017-18.
LLB students who are in the batches of 2014-2017 and 2015-2018 can continue with their evening classes
Second and third years’ students of Law Centre I and II are allowed to take classes till 9:30 pm to cover the five and half hours class timings in order to complete their studies.
From the academic session 2016-17 (for new students), the classes in Law Centre (LC) I will be held from 8:00 am to 1:30 pm and that in Law Centre (LC) II from 2:00 pm to 7:30 pm in the new building.
Campus Law Centre (CLC) will remain in the same building and operate in same time schedule.
Law Centre II will be shifted to new centre with full infrastructure within one year.
CLC and LC I will be operated in new building from the year 2017-18 and these centres will shift in new building within the next one year.
Old building if CLCL and LC I (presently existing) will be demolished and new construction will begin for the faculty of law, DU.
All students who have obtained their degrees from evening classes are regularised and can be enrolled with State Bar Councils.
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see you have completed master and want to apply through it as you dont have enough eligibility score in graduation. sorry to say your masters course will not be considered here as they require the marks in graduation. for general category it needs 50% marks, for obc, sc, st it requires 45% marks. hope you have understood. try for other institute where you may eligible.
DU LLB Eligibility: Qualification and Age
For affirmation in LLB Course, competitors must satisfy the accompanying criteria:
General classification up-and-comers must have at least half checks in their graduation degree.
For SC/ST class, they should score 40% stamps in their passing degree.
For OBC, PwD and CW classification, a base score of 45% is required in the passing degree.
For General and OBC competitors, must have an alumni or post advanced education from the University of Delhi or some other Indian or Foreign University perceived as identical by the University of Delhi.
Competitor having a PG degree or is showing up in the last year PG degree assessment can likewise apply for DU LLB 2019 placement test.
There is no age bar to show up in the test according to the request for Supreme Court of court.
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