Five-Year LL. B double Degree Integrated Programme) (Semester System- 10 semesters) Regulations



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Andhra University

Regulations relating to
LL.B Integrated Double Degree Course leading to B.A. LL. B

(Five-Year LL.B Double Degree Integrated Programme)

(Semester System- 10 semesters)
Regulations
(Effective from the Academic Year 2013-14)
Admission into 5 Year LL.B Integrated Double Degree Course is subject to Bar Council of India/LAWCET/University Rules and Regulations. Admissions are made by LAWCET Convener in accordance with the Rules prescribed by Government of Andhra Pradesh vide G.O Ms No 26 Higher Education dtd 24-2-2004.
For the award of 5 Year B.A. LL.B Degree, the candidate shall be required to have i) received instruction and training for the prescribed course of study as full-time students for five academic years, and ii) passed all the examinations prescribed for the award of 5 Year B.A. LL.B Integrated Double Degree Course.
Duration: 5 Year Double Degree LL.B Integrated Course has to be pursued in ten semesters stretching over five academic years. Each academic year comprises of two Semesters.
Medium of Instruction will be in English language
Attendance: In order to be eligible to take the examination in any subject, candidate is required to put in 75% of attendance in each subject which includes lectures, tutorials and practical training.
Provided that if a student for any exceptional reasons fails to attend 75% of the classes held in any subject, subject to the payment of the fee prescribed by the University from time to time he/she may be condoned for the shortage of attendance if the student concerned attended at least 66% of the classes held in the subject concerned.
Prohibition against lateral entry and exit

There shall be no lateral entry on the plea of graduation in any subject or exit by way of awarding a degree splitting the integrated double degree course, at any intermediary stage of integrated double degree course.

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Credits: All papers carry six credits each except the Paper on Seminar and Clinical Legal Education which carries only two credits. Total credits of the B.A.LL.B are 282.
Question Paper Pattern for semester end written examination


  1. For Pre r Law Papers: (General English, Political Science, Sociology and Economics)

Question paper consists of three parts.
Part A consists of short answer questions. In this Part carrying a total of 18 marks, nine questions will be given and the candidate has to answer any six questions. Each question carries 3 marks.

Part B consists of short essay questions. In this Part carrying a total of 32 marks, six questions will be given and the candidate has to answer any four questions. Each question carries 8 marks.

Part C consists of essay questions. In this Part carrying a total of 30 marks, four questions will be given and the candidate has to answer two questions. Each question carries 15 marks.



  1. For Law Papers other than practical papers

Question paper consists of three parts.



Part A consists of short answer questions. In this Part, nine questions will be given and the candidate has to answer any six questions. . Each question carries 4 marks carrying a total of 24 marks.

Part B consists of essay questions. In this Part carrying a total of 36 marks, four questions will be given and the candidate has to answer two questions. Each question carries 18 marks.

Part C consists of hypothetical problems. In this part carrying a total of 20 marks, four questions will be given and the candidate has to answer two questions. The answer shall cover recitation of facts, framing of issues, reasoned decisions and citation of authority. Each question carries 10marks.


  1. For Practical Papers

Practical Training Paper I on Drafting, Conveyancing and Pleading

The Semester end paper carrying 50 Marks consists of 8 essay questions out of which the candidate has to answer any five questions.



Practical Training Paper II on Professional Ethics and Professional Accounting System

The Semester end paper carrying 50 Marks consists of 8 essay questions for 50 Marks out of which the candidate has to answer any five questions.



Practical Training Paper III on Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR)

The semester end written examination carrying a total of 50 marks, consists of 8 essay questions out of which the candidate has to answer any five questions


Allotment of Marks

All papers carry a total of 100 Marks. Except the practical papers mentioned below, the allotment of Marks is as follows.

80 Marks are allotted to the Semester End written examination.

20 Marks are allotted to internal tests break up of which is as follows;


Test - 10 Marks (There will be two midterm tests. One t test will be in objective mode consisting of not less than 10 questions)

Assignment -5 Marks (One Assignment to be given)

Semester end Viva- 5 Marks
For all practical papers 50 Marks are allotted to internal component and 50 marks are allotted to external component

Practical Papers:



  1. Paper Local Language (Introduction to Telugu) in Sixth Semester,

  2. Practical Training Paper I (Drafting, Conveyancing and Pleading) in Tenth semester

  3. Practical Training Paper II,(Professional Ethics and Professional Accounting System), Tenth semester

  4. Practical Paper III, (Alternate Dispute Resolution), Tenth semester

  5. Practical Paper IV, (Moot Court Exercise and Internship) Tenth semester

  6. Papers on Seminar and Clinical Legal Education,


Examination:


  • Candidate shall take examination in each of the subjects prescribed for the study at the end of the semester by registering for that semester examination and obtaining hall ticket for the same. Duration of the examination is three hours.

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  • The semester end examination shall be based on the question paper set by an external paper setter.




  • For qualifying in the examination the candidate has to secure a minimum of 40% in the theory papers excluding internal sessionals and a minimum of 50% in the practical papers.


Practical papers in B.A. LL.B (5YDC) are Seminar and Clinical Legal Education paper of all the semesters, Paper on Local Language (Introduction to Law in Telugu) in sixth semester and Practical Training Papers I, II, III and IV of the tenth semester.



  • Grafting/Grace is permitted. Grafting allows a candidate an opportunity to utilize the excess marks he earned in a paper for filling up the shortage of marks in the paper in which the candidate failed. Eg, A candidate who secured only 35 Marks, would fail having fallen short by 5 Marks of the required minimum pass mark which is 40 Marks. However, If such candidate happened to secure 45 marks in another paper, the extra five marks which is in excess of what is required for a pass could be notionally added to fill the deficit of 5 marks of the paper in which the candidate actually failed and thereby declare the candidate to have been passed in such paper.

Note: Grafting can be availed only when the candidate will be able to pass in the whole examination due to grafting. Grafting to the extent of one mark per hundred marks of each semester can be added to a maximum of two papers only.

  • .5 or more will be rounded up to the higher value of 1 only for the purpose of obtaining pass mark or class elevation, third class to second class or second class to first class. 4.96 will be treated as 5.0. Similarly, 5.45 becomes 5.5

  • Scheme of Grading

S. No

Range of Marks

Grade

Grade Point

1

91-100

O

10.0

2

81-90

A

9’0

3

71-80

B

8.0

4

61-70

C

7.0

5

51-60

D

6.0

6

40-50

E

5.0

7

<40 (0-39)

F (Fail)

0.0

8

Incomplete (Subsequently changed into pass or E to O or F grade on subsequent appearance of the examination

I

0.0



  • Classification of successful candidates is based on CGPA as follows:

  • Distinction --- CGPA 8.0 or more

  • I Class --- CGPA 6.5 or more but less than 8.0

  • II Class --- CGPA 5.5 or more but less than 6.5

  • Pass --- CGPA 5.0 or more but less than 5.5

Note: Only those candidates who appear and pass the examination in all the papers of the First semester, all the papers of the Second semester, all the papers of the Third semester, and similarly all the papers of the Fourth semester, at first appearance are eligible to be placed in O grade.




  • Awards:

No candidate who has not passed all the papers relating to any semester at the first appearance shall be eligible for the Award of Medals or Prizes by the University and to receive certificates of rank obtained by them in the examination.
Explanation:

Credits, Grade Letter Grade Points, Credit Points



Credit means the unit by which the course work is measured. One credit means one hour of teaching work or one hour of practical work per week.

Grade Letter is an index to indicate the performance of a student in a particular course (Paper).

It is the transformation of actual marks secured by a student in a course/paper. It is indicated by a Grade letter O, A, B, C, D, E. There is a range of marks for each Grade Letter.



Grade Point is Weightage allotted to each grade letter depending on the marks awarded in a course/paper

CGPA: CGPA means Cumulative Grade Point Average. It will be calculated from 2nd semester onwards.

SGPA means Semester Grade Point Average. This is calculated for each semester of the programme

CGPA x 10 will be the overall percentage of the marks obtained by the candidate



Course Pattern

B.A.LL.B (Double Degree Integrated Course)
FIRST YEAR

FIRST SEMESTER



Sl.

No

Paper

No

Subject

Hours per week

Max Marks


Credits

L

T

P

E

I

1

1

General English-I

5

1

-

80

20

6

2

2

Political Science-I (Principles of Political Science Theory and Organization)

5

1

-

80

20

6

3

3

Economics –I ( General Principles of Economics)


5

1

-

80

20

6

4

4

Law Of Contracts

(General Principles of Contract (Secs.1 to 75) including Specific Relief Act)




5

1

-

80

20

6

5

5

Seminar & Clinical Legal Education

-

-

4

50

50

2


TOTAL_______26'>TOTAL






26




SECOND SEMESTER



Sl.

No

Paper

No

Subject

Hours per week

Max Marks


Credits

L

T

P

E

I

1

1

General English-II

5

1

-

80

20

6

2

2

Political Science-II (Foundations of Political Obligations)

5

1

-

80

20

6

3

3

Sociology-I (General Principles of Sociology)

5

1

-

80

20

6

4

4

Special Contracts

5

1

-

80

20

6

5

5

Seminar & Clinical Legal Education

-

-

4

50

50

2





























TOTAL


32




26



SECOND YEAR
THIRD SEMESTER


Sl.

No

Paper

No

Subject

Hours per week

Max Marks


Credits

L

T

P

E

I

1

1

Political Science – III ( Indian Political Thought)

5

1

-

80

20

6

2

2

Economics –II (Indian Economic Policy)

5

1

-

80

20

6

3

3

Torts Including M V Accident and Consumer Protection Law

5

1

-

80

20

6

4

4

Constitutional Law - I

5

1

-

80

20

6

5

5

Seminar & Clinical Legal Education

-

-

4

50

50

2

6




Ethics and Values (Non Credit Paper)

1

















TOTAL






26



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