Rules & Regulations

Scheme of Examination for Undergraduate 3 Years LL.B. and 5 Years B.L.S., LL.B. programme shall be as mentioned below:

The performance of the learners shall be evaluated into two components. The learner‘s performance shall be assessed by Internal Assessment with 40% marks in
the first component by conducting the Semester End Examinations with 60% marks in the second component. The allocation of marks for the Internal Assessment and Semester End Examinations are as shown below:-

a) Internal Assessment – 40%

(40 Marks)

SR.No Description Marks
1 One periodical class test held in the given semester 10 Marks
2 Subject specific Term Work Module/assessment modes as decided by the department in the beginning of the semester (like Extension/(field or experimental work, Short Quiz; Objective test, open book etc and written assignments, Case study, Judgment Analysis, Projects, Papers and exhibits etc as shall be designed by the respective colleges for which the assessment is to be based on class room presentations if so found desirable by the college) to be selflessly assessed by the teacher/s concerned 20 Marks
3 Active participation in routine class instructional deliveries (and in practical work, tutorial, field work, extra/co curricular Activities etc as the case may be) 05 Marks
4 Overall conduct as a responsible learner, mannerism and Articulation and exhibit of leadership qualities in organizing related academic activities. 05 Marks

b) Semester End Examinations – 60%

 (60 Marks)

i. Duration – These examinations shall be of 2 Hours duration.
ii. Theory Question Paper Pattern:-
1) There shall be four questions as mentioned hereinbelow.
2) All questions shall be compulsory with internal choice within the questions.
3) Question may be subdivided into sub-questions a, b, c… and the allocation of marks depends on the weightage of the topic.
Duration Questions to be attempted Number of Sub questions Marks for Sub questions
120 Long Answers 2 out of 4 12 marks each
Short Notes 2 out of 4 6 marks each
Situational Problems 2 out of 4 6 marks each
2 Sentences Answers 6 out of 10 2 marks each
Total Marks 60 Marks

The term’s ‘working days’ means that the days on which the lectures are delivered. As per the University Ordinances No. 6086, a student is considered to have kept term: Every bonafide learner shall ordinarily be allowed to keep terms for the given semester in a program of his/ her enrollment only if he/she fulfill at least 75% of the attendance taken as an average of the total numbers of lectures, practical’s, tutorials etc. conducted by the college.

Standard for passing the B.L.S; L.L.B. Examination
To pass the examination the candidates must obtain 45% marks in each theory paper/s and Practical/s separately. Those candidates who obtain less than 60% marks at the same sitting will be placed in Second Class. Those of the successful candidates who obtain 60% marks and more than 60% marks in all paper/s at one and the same sitting will be placed in the first class.

If a candidate is allowed to join the next higher class as provided in the Ordinances relating to the different examinations, he will not be permitted to appear for the higher examinations unless (i)he has previously passed in the remaining subject/s of the lower examination, or(ii) he appears in that subject/s simultaneously with his appearance at the higher examination. In the latter case, however, he will, in no circumstances be considered to have passed in the higher examination, or any part of it, unless he passes in the aforesaid subjects (with the percentage, if any, required for the total)at the same time or within two years of his obtaining the marks necessary to pass in the higher examination or any part of it in which separate passing or exemption is permitted by the Regulation.
When a candidate owing to his failure to pass in the remaining subject/s of the lower examination within two years is not considered to have passed the higher examination or any part of it, he will forfeit all benefits occurring from the marks obtained by him in the higher examination, but the terms kept by him for such higher examination will be available to him for any further appearance at the examination.
No candidate will be admitted to, and allowed to appear at, the year end semester examinations unless he/she has successfully passed the Examination in the Practical Training papers for the respective college affiliated to the University of Mumbai, on behalf of the University.
From the academic year 2019-2020,
60: 40 evaluation pattern has been introduced as per Mumbai University directions.

General Rules & Regulations
Every student should obtain a laminated identity card on admission; a student shall always carry the identity card with him/her and present its on demand. No student will be allowed to enter the college premises without the identity card.
The students shall attend lectures, tutorial and seminars according to the time table on all the working days. They will not abstain themselves from lectures, tutorial, seminars and examinations without prior permission of the principal. Absence without prior leave may result in loss of terms, since to keep a term a student’s has to complete to the satisfaction of the principal the course of the study prescribed.
In case of illness, a student shall apply for leave as soon as possible with a doctor’s certificate attached to the application and submit it to the principal.
The students should not loiter in the corridor outside the classroom when the classes are engaged and cause nuisance and disturbance to others.
Ragging is strictly prohibited in the college premises and outside. The students indulging in ragging other students will be punished as per The Maharashtra prohibition of ragging act 1999 (Mah.XXXIII of 1999) published in Maharashtra Govt. Gazette on 15th May 1999’. Such students will also be expelled from the colleges and F.I.R. will be lodged with the police against them.
The students found guilty of ragging earlier will not be admitted to this college.
Punitive Measures
Cancellation of Admission.
Refusal to grant admission in future.
Withholding or withdrawing of University exam form.
Expulsion / resticate from college.
Non-refund of fees and deposits.
Suspension for a specified period.