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The result for the selected candidates to whom the university is giving admission into First Semester of LLB. Click on the attachment below:
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The result for the selected candidates to whom the university is giving admission into First Semester of LLB.





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sir is the result for 3years LLB (4th sem) out? if yes, then kindly send me the link so i can access the resut
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Will you please provide the Ph.D Entrance Results, Department of Biotechnology at Gauhati University?
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As you are looking for the Ph.D Entrance Results, Department of Biotechnology at Gauhati University, list of few names of selected candidates are given below:
Garima Raj
Neeharika Gogoi
Vargab Baruah
Anindhya Sundar Das
Elangbam Julia Devi
Manabendra Kalita
Samiul Islam Hazarika
Mohan Sharma
Arlene Asthana Ali
Jayasree Talukdar
Juthika saikia
Ranjita Das
Rashmi Rekha Baruah
Manashi Garg
Karabee Dutta
Rupshikha Patowary
Vaswati Das
Taufikul Islam
Rabiya Sultana
Momota Potshangbam
Romi Khangembam
Pallab Sarmah
Suparna Sen
Rinkumoni Doley
Sumit Kumar Gupta
Farhana Begum
Manash Jyoti Kalita
Jonali Owary
Manas Kr. Baishya
Pallabi Hazarika




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Guwahati University, Jalukbari, Guwahati, Assam 781014 ‎
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I want to get syllabus of LLB of Guwahati University. So will you provide the syllabus to me?
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As you want to get syllabus of LLB PRogram of Guwahati University, so here I am providing the following syllabus:

Guwahati University LLB Syllabus

PART – A
TITLE, COMMENCEMENT AND DEFINITIONS
1. Title: This regulation may be known as the Regulation of 3yr. Law Degree Course in Semester System with Choice Based Credit and Grading System (CBCGS) leading to the Award of LL.B. / LL.B. (Hons.) Degree.

onwards, with necessary minor adjustments as noted in relevant places of the syllabus and the course structure. In order to reduce the number of papers of the students who took admission in 2009‐10 session this arrangement has been made. However, the results of the students who took admission in 2009‐10 session will be declared in marks & not in grades.

3. Definitions: 3.1 “Bar Council of India or Council or BCI” shall mean Bar Council of India constituted under the Advocates Act, 1961.

3.2 “Centre of Legal Education” means the Constituent Law College of the University and affiliated Law Colleges recognized by the Gauhati University.

3.3 “Compulsory Subjects” mean and include subjects prescribed by the Bar Council of India as such.

3.4 “Bachelor Degree in Law” means and includes a degree in law conferred by the University and recognized by the Bar Council of India for the purpose of the Advocates Act, 1961 and includes a bachelor degree in law after any bachelor degree in science, arts, commerce, engineering, medicine or any other discipline of a University for a period of study of not less than three years.

3.5 “First Degree” means Bachelor Degree in any branch of knowledge such as Arts, Fine Arts, Science, Commerce, Management, Medicine, Engineering, Pharmacy, Technology etc. conferred by Gauhati University or any other University recognized by the Bar Council of India, from time to time.

3.6 “Regular Course of Study” means and includes a course which runs for at least
five hours a day continuously with an additional half an hour recess every day and running not less than thirty hours of working schedule per week.

3.7 “Second Degree” means a course of study leading to a degree, which can be prosecuted only after obtaining a bachelor degree.

3.8 “State Bar Council” means the state bar council constituted in the state under the Advocates Act, 1961.

3.9 “Unitary Degree Course in Law” means three year degree course in law prosecuted by a student after completing a bachelor degree course in any discipline. 3.10 “Full‐time Faculty Members” mean all full‐time faculty members of the affiliated or constituent college as per UGC/ BCI guideline.

PART‐ B
PROVISIONS OF ADMISSION
4. Introduction: There shall be a 3yr. Law Degree Course of 6 (six) semesters, spreading over 3 academic years, with Choice Based Credit and Grading System (CBCGS) leading to the Award of LL.B. / LL.B.(Hons.) degree for the purpose of enrolment as advocates under Advocates Act, 1961.
5. Eligibility for Admission:

3yr. Law Degree Course: An applicant who has graduated in any discipline of knowledge from a university established by an Act of Parliament or by a state legislature or from an equivalent national institution recognized as a deemed to be University or from a foreign university recognized as equivalent to the status of an Indian University by an authority competent to declare equivalence, may apply for a three year law degree course leading to conferment of LL.B. / LL.B (Hons.) degree on successful completion of the regular course. Provided that applicants who have obtained First Degree Certificate after prosecuting studies in distance or correspondence method shall also be considered eligible for admission in the 3yr. law degree course.

6. Age on Admission: The maximum age for seeking admission in 3yr. law degree course is limited to 30
(Thirty) years, and 35 (Thirty Five) years for the applicants belonging to SC, ST or any other backward communities, as on the 1st June of the year of admission. However, upper age limit may be relaxed with the permission from the Vice‐Chancellor of the University in extremely hard cases, on the recommendation of the Principal of the College and the Dean of the Faculty of Law.

7. Admission Procedure: 7.1 Admission shall be made strictly on merit by the respective college admission committee either by holding written admission test or interview of the candidates. In case of written admission test, if any, the question paper shall comprise to test (a) linguistic ability; (b) analytical skills; (c) level of quantum of information; (d) mathematical aptitude; (e) legal reasoning; (f) aptitude for learning law. Some preliminary psychological ability test may also be included. 7.2 In case of equal marks in admission test, their merit shall be determined by marks obtained in the qualifying examination i.e. the First Degree examination. 7.3 The result of the admission test, in order of merit, shall be notified in the office notice board and/or website, if any. Any selected student who fails to pay his/her admission fee and other charges by the date fixed for such payment shall forfeit his/her claim for admission. 7.4 There shall be no relaxation of marks in minimum eligibility for admission.

7.5 Reservation policy of the Govt. in the category of physically handicapped and candidates having extracurricular and co‐curricular activities shall be followed while selecting the candidate. As per existing policy 7% (seven percent) of the total seats shall be reserved for the applicants from schedule cast (SC), 10% (ten percent) for applicants from schedule tribe‐plains (ST‐P), 5% (five percent) for applicants from schedule tribes‐hills (ST‐H) and 15% (fifteen percent) for other backward communities (OBC and MOBC) provided that they attain a standard for admission by scoring cut off point of 40% in case of written admission test and are permanent residents of Assam.

8. Prohibition to Register in Two or More Regular Courses of Study: No student of the 3yr. law course shall be allowed to register simultaneously with any other graduate, postgraduate, certificate or diploma courses run by the same or any other university or institute for academic or professional learning. Provided that any short period part time certificate or diploma course on language, computer science or computer application of an institute or any course run by a Centre for Distance Learning of a university shall, however, be allowed.

9. Minimum Marks in Qualifying Examination for Admission: As per stipulation of the Bar Council of India the minimum percentage of marks not bellow 45% of the total marks in case of general category applicants, and 40% of the total marks in case of SC, ST and OBC applicants, to be obtained in the qualifying examination, i.e., in First Degree Examination in any discipline. Provided that such a minimum qualifying mark shall not automatically entitle a person to get admission in the college, but shall only entitle the person concerned to fulfil other criteria notified by the college concerned or by the government concerned, from time to time, for admission.

PART – C
PROCESS AND MANNER OF RUNNING COURSE & NUMBER OF PAPERS
10. Semester System with CBCGS and Teaching Load: 10.1 The 3yr. law degree course leading to the award of LL.B / LL.B (Hons.) degree shall be conducted in semester system with CBCGS in not less than 15 weeks per
semester, with not less than 30 class‐hours per week including tutorials, moot court class room exercises and seminars provided there shall be at least 24 lecture hours per week. Provided further that in case of specialized and / or honours law degree courses there shall be not less than 36 class‐hours per week including seminar, moot court and tutorial classes and 30 minimum lecture hours per week.

10.2 The teaching load of full‐time faculty members and contractual or part time teachers shall be according to the norms prescribed by the BCI / U.G.C. from time to time and in‐case‐of any conflict the norms prescribed by the UGC shall prevail. There shall be a break for 10 days at the end of each Semester. 10.3 Minimum Weekly Class Program per Paper: i) Each class will be of one hour duration. ii) Number of class‐hour per paper per week shall be equal to the number
of credit assigned to that paper as indicated in the course structure or as
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shown against the name of that paper in the syllabus. (For course structure see PART ‐ J). 10.4 The session for the odd semester shall run from July to December and for the even semester shall run from January to June. The odd semester examination will be held in December and the even semester examination will be held in June every year. (For academic calendar see

PART ‐ I). 11. Attendance Provision for End Semester Examination:

11.1 No student shall be allowed to appear in the end semester examination in a paper if he/ she has not attended minimum of 70% of the classes held in the paper concerned including in tutorials, moot court exercises, practical trainings etc. conducted in respect of that paper.

11.2 If a student for any exceptional reasons fail to attend 70% of the classes held in any paper, the principal of the college may allow him/ her to take the examination if he/ she attended at least 65% of the classes held in the paper concerned and attended 70% of classes in all the papers taken together. Provided a list of such students allowed to take examination, with reasons recorded, be forwarded to BCI. 12. Academic Standards and Courses to be Studied:

12.1 Medium of Instruction: English shall be the medium of instruction in 3yr. Law Degree Course.

12.2 Total number of law papers to be offered in 3yr. Law Degree Course: i) For 3yr. LL.B. Degree course students have to take twenty compulsory law

papers, six optional law papers and four compulsory practical (clinical)
law papers as indicated in the course structure. (The internship training
programme for the 4th practical paper may start from the earlier

semesters of the 3yr. course as per Rule 17). ii) For 3yr. LL.B. honours degree course, in addition to above mentioned papers, a student has to take eight additional law papers from any of the honours/specialized groups as indicated in the course structure. The honours /specalised groups are Constitutional Law Group, Crime and Criminology

Group, Intellectual Property Law Group and Business Law Group. However, if the additional eight papers are taken from more than one group, honours will be given in general law without mentioning any specialization. Example: “A” has taken eight honours papers selected as follows: two from Constitutional Law Group, three from Business Law Group, one from Crime and Criminology Group and two from Intellectual Property Law Group, his honours shall be in Law. “B” takes eight papers from Constitutional Law group, his honours shall be mentioned in Constitutional Law. However, severalty of papers must be maintained in selecting honours
and optional papers. (For list of Honours paper see Part – K).

13. General Timing for Conducting the Courses: Classes shall be conducted between 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. in a college, which is not fully residential. However the Library may remain open till 10 p.m.
14. Size of a Section: The size of each of the section of a class shall be not more than 60 students, but not more than five sections in one class, such as first semester or second semester or third semester, etc.

15. Computer Education: Computer Education is to be made compulsory for all the students.
16. Legal Aid Centre: Each college shall establish and run a Legal Aid Clinic under the supervision of a Senior Faculty Member who will administer the Clinic, run by the final year students of the college, in co‐operation with the Legal Aid Authorities with the help of voluntary lawyers and other Non‐Government Organizations engaged in this regard generally in the locality from which the student community of the college hail. 17. Minimum Period of Internship:

17.1 Each registered student shall complete minimum of 12 weeks internship for 3yr. law course during the period of legal studies under NGO, Trial and Appellate Advocates, Judiciary, Legal Regulatory Authorities, Legislatures and Parliament, Other Legal Functionaries, Market Institutions, Law Firms, Companies, Local Self Government and other such bodies as the University shall stipulate, where law is practiced either in action or in dispute resolution or in management. Provided that internship in any year cannot be for a continuous period of more than Four Weeks and all students shall at least have gone through once in the entire academic period with Trial and Appellate Advocates.

17.2 Each student shall keep Internship diary in such form as may be stipulated by the University/College concerned and the same shall be evaluated by the Guide in Internship and also a Core Faculty member of the college, each time. The total mark shall be assessed in the Final Semester of the course in the 4th practical paper.

17. 3 District‐wise List of Senior Lawyers Willing to Guide Students under
Internship: The college principals shall assist the State Bar Council in the preparation of the list of suggested senior advocates, district‐wise, with at least ten years experience, who are willing to take under them internship students during the vacation period.

17.4 Formal Dress Code During Internship: Students placed under internship or in moot court exercise shall have formal dress of legal professional in pupilage as follows: For all: White or black trouser, white shirt, black tie, black coat, black shoe and black socks. Optional for girl students: Black printed sharee, with white full sleeve blouse and covered black shoe or lawyer’s suit with covered black shoe. Formal Dress Code as above may be applicable during the normal class‐hours also.

PART – D
END SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS AND EVALUATIONS
18. Examination and Evaluation:
Examination consists of (i) continuous internal assessments through sessional examinations, viva‐voce, seminars/group discussions and (ii) end‐semester
examinations. The schemes of continuous internal assessment designed according to

needs of teaching‐learning process in the course shall be disclosed to the students at the beginning of every semester by the teacher of the paper concerned.

19. Timing of End Semester Examinations: The end semester examinations shall ordinarily be held at the end of every semester. The end semester examinations of the odd semesters will be held in December and end semester examinations of the even semesters will be held in June every year.

20. Written End Semester Examinations of Theory/Practical papers:

20.1 There will be written end semester examinations of 80 marks of 3 hour duration in each theory paper out of total 100 marks, remaining 20 marks will be internal assessment.

20.2 For practical paper No. 1: Alternate Dispute Resolution there will be written end semester examination for 60 marks of 2 hour duration out of total 100 marks. For 20 marks, there will be internal assessment and for rest of the 20 marks there will be viva‐voce examination and evaluation of written assignments/projects etc. to be jointly evaluated at the end of semester by one internal examiner and one external examiner to be appointed by the University.

20.3 The end semester examination of practical paper No. 2: Drafting, Pleading and
Conveyancing will consist of viva‐voce examination and evaluation of written assignments/projects etc. on entire 100 marks to be jointly evaluated at the end of semester by one internal examiner and one external examiner to be appointed by the University.

20.4 For practical paper No. 3: Professional Ethics & Professional Accounting
System there will be written end semester examination for 60 marks of 2 hour duration out of total 100 marks. For remaining 40 marks, there will be viva‐voce examination and evaluation of written assignments/projects etc. to be jointly evaluated at the end of the semester by one internal examiner and one external examiner to be appointed by the University.

20.5 For practical paper No. 4: Moot Court & Internship (i) the written assignments relating to moot court, (ii) records relating to observation of 2 (two) trails in the court and (iii) the internship diary (jointly evaluated by the Guide in the internship and the core faculty member of the college) along with the list of the marks awarded on all the above three components will be placed before an internal examiner and external examiner to be appointed by the University for joint and final evaluation at the time of viva‐voce examination at the end of the final semester. As per Rule 17 of the Regulation the internship training will be of minimum 12 weeks during the entire 3yr. course, but in any year it should not be for a continuous period of more than 4 weeks.
21. Distribution of Marks in the Question Papers of the End Semester Examinations &
Instructions:
A. In a written paper of 80 marks of 3 hour duration the distribution of marks in
the question paper will be as follows: ‐ i) There will be 2 (two) questions, each of 12 marks, from each of the 5 units of the syllabus of the paper. The students have to answer 1(one) from each unit. Of course, a question may have more than one part. (12 x 5=60 marks) ii) There will be a compulsory question of 20 marks in two parts: First part will have 10 (ten) multiple choice questions, each of 1 mark, containing 2 questions from each unit. (10 X 1=10 marks)

Second part will have 5 (five) short questions on legal reasoning, each of 2
marks, containing 1 question from each unit. (5 X 2=10 marks) B. In a written paper of 60 marks of 2 hour duration the distribution of marks in
the question paper will be as follows: i) There will be 2 (two) questions, each of 15 marks, from each of the 3 units of the syllabus of the paper. Students have to answer one from each unit. Of course, a question may have more than one part. (15X 3=45 marks) ii) There will be a compulsory question of 15 marks in two parts: The first part will have 5 (five) multiple choice questions, each of 1 mark, covering all the 3 units of the syllabus, equally, as far as practicable (5 X 1 = 5 marks) The second part will have 5 (five) short questions on legal reasoning, each of
2 marks, covering all the 3 units of the syllabus, equally, as far as practicable. (5 x 2 = 10 marks) Instruction 1: The teachers/ principals will explain about the above distribution of marks in the question paper to the students in the beginning of the semester and the

Controller of Examinations will bring the above distribution of marks to
the notice of the question setters and question paper moderators. Instruction 2: Question setter will provide in separate sheet the correct answers of the multiple choice questions to the Controller of Examinations in a sealed envelope. The Controller will supply the copy of the same to the
respective examiners. Instruction 3: Referred cases have been incorporated in the syllabus to make the concept of law clear. But there will be no question in examinations exclusively on any decided case, though question on any concept of law may be asked with reference to important referred cases. For example: There will be no question from the referred cases of the following pattern : Q. State the facts and principles of law laid down in Maneka Gandhi vs. Union of India. But there can be question with reference to Maneka Gandhi case of the following pattern : Q. State the meaning of “Procedure Established by Law” under Article 21 in the Constitution in the light of the decision of the Supreme Court in Maneka Gandhi vs. Union of India.

22. Admission into End Semester Examination: A candidate shall be admitted to end semester examination provided he/she prosecutes a regular course of study prescribed for that particular examination with minimum 70%

attendance and secures at least 45% of marks (i.e. 9 marks out of 20) in the internal
assessment of each of the papers in which there is provision for internal assessment. A candidate shall have to submit a certificate from the principal of the college concerned regarding his/her bonafides, satisfactory progress of studies and testifying to his/her good conduct and character.

23. Forfeiting of Examination Fees: Every candidate found to be qualified to be admitted in the end semester examination shall have to pay the prescribed fees and apply in the prescribed form through the Principal of the college. If he/she fails to pass or fails to present himself/herself at the examination, he/she shall forfeit the examination fees so paid for that examination.

24. Time Limit for Clearing the Degree: A Candidates shall be required to clear his/her LL.B/LL.B (Hons.) degree within a period
of 5 (five) years from the date of his/her admission in the first semester of the course.

PART – E
INTERNAL ASSESSMENT
25. Distribution of Marks in Internal Assessment:
Distribution of 20 marks for internal assessment shall be as follows: ‐ First Sessional Examination = 5 marks Second Sessional Examination = 5 marks Viva‐voce Examination = 5 marks Group Discussion/ Seminar = 5 marks 26. Procedure of Internal Assessment: 26.1 The 1st and 2nd sessional examinations of the odd semesters will be held in the last
part of September and November respectively. And the 1st and 2nd sessional examinations of the even semesters will be held in the last part of February and
April respectively. 26.2 The principal in consultation with the teachers will notify from time to time the
exact dates of sessional examinations, viva‐voce examinations and group discussions/ seminars. 26.3 Each sessional examination will be of 1½ hour duration of total 40 marks in
each paper. The setting of question paper, invigilation duty, evaluation of answer scripts, viva‐voce examination and all other activities connected with internal assessment will be done by the concerned teachers as part of their normal duty as teacher of the paper and will not be entitled to any extra remuneration. 26.4 After evaluation, the answer scripts should be shown to the students concerned
and correction should be made, if needed. After this, the answer scripts should be collected back from the students. The entire process of evaluation of a sessional examination should not take more than 2 weeks from the date of examination. 26.5 If a student misses any of the sessional examinations for valid reasons, as evidenced by medical certificate or other authentic documents, the teachers concerned may allow the student a separate examination using the teachers’ own discretion. 26.6 It is recommended that 1 (one) paper in semester system should be taught by
not more than two teachers. The concern teachers of a paper should cooperate in conducting the internal assessment of that paper.

26.7 The concerned teacher(s) should submit the internal marks in proper marksheet along with the answer scripts to the principal at least a week before the filling up of examination forms begins for that semester. The principal will send the internal marks of all the papers to the controller of examinations before the end of the semester examinations. But the answer scripts of sessional examinations and other records will be kept in the custody of the principal for future references for a minimum period of 1 year. 27. Scaling of Marks of Internal Assessment: If necessary, the Controller of Examination shall arrange the scaling of marks of Internal Assessments before announcement of examination result.

PART – F
PROVISIONS FOR PASSING EXAMINATIONS & SEMESTER PROMOTION
28. Standard of Passing the Semester Examinations: 28.1 In order to qualify in a particular examination, a candidate shall have to secure at
least 45% of marks in each and every theory and practical/clinical paper in end
semester examination and a minimum of 45% marks in internal assessment of each of the papers in which there is provision for internal assessment. 28.2 To pass any of the semester examinations a candidate must have passed in all the papers of that semester as per the provisions mentioned in the preceding rules. The results of the candidates appearing at the 6th semester of the 3yr. law degree course shall not be declared unless and until the candidate has been declared passed in all the papers up to 5th semester examination.

29. Semester Promotion: A candidate, in order to be eligible for admission for the next semester, must have successfully kept the term of the preceding semester, irrespective of the result of the semester examination.

30. Maximum No. of Back Papers: Maximum of 3 (three) theory papers may be allowed as ‘back’ papers in a particular semester for 3yr. law degree course. A candidate will be allowed to clear his or her back paper or papers within the prescribed limit of 5 (five) years in 3yr. law course from the date of admission in the first semester.

31. Next Due Semester Examination: A candidate who could not appear or failed, in any semester examination, will be allowed to clear the same as follows: i) First semester examination with the regular third or odd semester examinations. ii) Second semester examination with the regular fourth or even semester examinations and so on.

32. Betterment: A candidate may be allowed to repeat in any one of the theory papers (except that of fifth & sixth semester in 3yr. law course) in the next due semester for ‘betterment’ of marks provided the candidate secures less than 55% marks in that paper.

33. No Betterment and Back: No ‘betterment’/’back paper’ shall be allowed in the internal assessment and in practical/ clinical papers in any semester.

34. Maximum Chances to Clear a Semester Examination: A Candidate must pass all his/her semester examinations including the ‘back’ and ‘betterment’ chances within 5 (five) years in 3yr. law course from the date of admission to the first semester.
A candidate will get a maximum of 3 (three) chances to clear a particular semester. Be it clarified that a candidate not appearing in any examination due, shall lose that particular chance allowed to him or her.

PART – G
PROVISIONS OF DISCIPLINE
35. Disciplinary Provisions: 35.1 Every student shall maintain high standard of peace and tranquility, ideal conduct, cleanliness and discipline in class room and within the university or college campus.

35.2 No Students shall shout and scream or commit acts of miss‐behaviour with his/her fellow students. 35.3 Ragging in any form is strictly prohibited and would attract severe disciplinary action including the punishment of expulsion from the college. 35.4 Obscene and indecent behaviour shall invite strict disciplinary action including expulsion from the college. 35.5 Sexual harassment, or any practice derogatory to human dignity and personal privacy are strictly prohibited. Anyone found indulging in such act would be placed before the committee on sexual harassment of the college for taking immediate & appropriate strong action. 35.6 Library is maintained and managed in accordance with the rules framed for the library. It is mandatory for all students to strictly adhere to the rules. Non‐ compliance shall meet strong disciplinary action. 35.7 These disciplinary regulations are deemed to be known to all students of the college. 36. For any matter not covered under this regulation for semester system, the existing University rules and the Gauhati University Act, 1947 (as amended up‐to date) shall be applicable.
37. The above rules and guidelines are provisional and subject to modification by the University Authorities from time to time.

38. Committee on Courses & Syllabus (CCS): The CCS may, from time to time design various courses in law taking into account the development of the law in various field of study.

PART – H
PHYSICAL AND ACADEMIC INFRASTRUCTURE
39. Physical Infrastructure:

39.1 Definition: Institution means a Centre of Legal Education (CLE) which includes constituent and affiliated law colleges.

39.2 Minimum Capital Fund Requirement: Each Law College or the Centre of Legal Education before seeking affiliation with the University and approval of Bar Council of India for the same shall have a minimum capital fund of Rupees ten lakh to be kept into a Bank account to be used for any future exigencies and development of the Institution. The Account is to be jointly operated by the Secretary or Principal with the Registrar of the University or his authorized agent.

39.3 Freehold or Leasehold Property: Each Law College or the Centre of Legal Education providing education in law must have either freehold or long leasehold land adequate to provide academic buildings, library, indoor and outdoor sports facilities, halls of residences for male and female students separately, as the case may be, in the name of the Centre of Legal Education or Organization running the Centre of Legal Education. However, lease in the name of the Centre of Legal Education shall be for a period of not less than ten years. Such Institutions are further regulated by the affiliation regulation of the University and as guided by the UGC, based on the size of its student population, faculty requirement, infrastructure facilities, library space requirement, indoor and outdoor games facilities and other requirements.

39.4 Academic Building: There shall be the academic building to provide separate class room for general class for each section sufficient to accommodate 60(sixty) students as per the requirement of per student floor space as specified by the University Grants Commission or such other standard setting body like AICTE etc. and also such other rooms for tutorial work, moot court room exercises, common room for male and female students and adequate library space for keeping books, periodicals, and journals. The library shall also have adequate reading space for at least 25% of the enrolled students according to per capita reading space.

39.5 Library Building: There shall be adequate space in the library for computer facility with access to Internet and national and international library access and databases. 39.6

Games Facilities: There shall be facilities for indoor and outdoor games and sports. 39.7 Halls of Residence: There may be facility required for halls of residence separately for males and females students constructed on the direction and specification by UGC or any such other standard setting body for affiliating an Institution. 39.8

Organizational Structure of a College: 39.8.1

Constituent College: A constituent college shall be run by the University and all properties, assets, and the academic and academic support services shall be required to be recorded in the name of the University. 39.8.2

Affiliated College: An affiliated college or a Centre of Legal Education can be run by a Non‐profit organization, like a Public Trust, Societies registered under Union or State law, or a Non‐Profit Company. All properties, assets, and the academic and academic support services shall be required to be recorded in the name of the institution or college.

39.8.3 Bank Accounts and Funds: All bank accounts and funds of an affiliated college or a centre of legal education shall be jointly operated by the Manager/ Secretary designated by the Trust, Society, or the Non‐Profit Company, as the case may be, with the Principal or the Head of the Institution. Records relating to finance shall be kept in safe custody by the Principal or the Head of the Institution in the Office of the Institution or college. 39.8.4

Records of the Institution or College: All records of the institution or college, like academic and other organizational records and the meeting proceedings, shall be kept in safe custody by the Principal or the Head of the Institution or College in the Office of the Institution or College and shall remain accessible to all the authorities. 40. Academic Infrastructure: 40.1

Minimum Library Requirement: To start with a Law Library shall have a set of AIR Manuals, Central Acts and Local Acts, Criminal Law Journals, SCC, Company Cases, Indian Bar Review,

Selected Judgments on Professional Ethics
number of text books in each subjects taught during the period according to the minimum standard ratio of ten books for each registered students. For running integrated program, text books of such other subjects are also to be kept in the similar minimum ratio. The minimum investment in Library in each academic year shall be Rupees Fifty Thousand for one stream and Rupees One Lakh for both the streams. 40.2 Whole Time Principal: There shall be a whole time Principal for each affiliated or constituent college who shall have minimum prescribed qualification in law as prescribed by the UGC/BCI. 40.3 Core Faculty: There shall be sufficient number of full time faculty members in each affiliated or constituent college to teach each subject at all point of time for running courses who can be supported by contractual, part time, guest or visiting faculty. The core faculty, with both streams (i.e. 3yr. & 5yr. law courses) in operation without the honours program, there shall be minimum of 6 (Six) in the first year of the approval, 8 (eight) in the second year and 10 (ten) in the case of third year for
teaching law papers. In addition, for the integrated 5yr. course, there shall be adequate faculty in the

liberal educational subjects as part of the course. These faculties in the liberal educational discipline in Arts, Science, Management, Commerce, Engineering and Technology or any other discipline shall possess qualification as is required under the UGC guidelines or under any Act, Statute, or Rules of the Government of India or of the State. For the 3yr. Law Course, with two sections, without the honours program, there shall be minimum of 4 (four) core faculty in the first year, 6 (six) in the second and 8 (eight) in the third year in addition to the Principal. Provided that a college intending to run any specialized/honours course, must have minimum of 3 (three) faculty in the group in which specialization/honours courses are offered.

Provided further that each full time faculty shall take as many classes in the subject or subjects as may be assigned to them preferably on the basis of standard prescribed by UGC/BCI. Provided further, if the affiliated college or constituent college, approved to run professional courses, falls short of required full time faculty, the new admission in the courses may be required to remain suspended until required number of faculty is procured. 40.4

Minimum Qualification Needed for the Faculty: Full‐time faculty members including the principal shall be holders of a Master’s degree as prescribed by UGC / BCI. However, faculty for teaching practical/clinical programmes may be appointed from the judicial officers or retired judicial officers or from the Bar. Visiting faculty from the Bar, bench or academy shall have a minimum professional experience of ten years. 40.5

Salary Scale: The salary paid to full‐time faculty members including the principal shall be according to the scales recommended by the UGC from time to time with other benefits as applicable. A college may however have faculty whose remuneration is based on contract, provided the remuneration is comparable with or more favourable to the faculty in comparison with the UGC Scale, and salary to all faculty members shall be paid through account payee cheque.

PART – I
ACADEMIC CALENDAR
1. Admission : Admission for each academic year will be over by 31st July.
2. Odd Semesters (I/III/V Semesters): From 1st July to 31st December.
a. Classes : From 1st August to 30th November. b. End semester examination : Between 1st December & 31st December. (Including examination preparation).
c. Sessional examinations : 1st & 2nd Sessional examinations will be held in second part of September and November respectively. d. Result : Result will be declared by 28th February.
3. Even Semesters (II/IV/VI Semesters) : From 1st January to 30th June. a. Classes : From 1st January to 31st May.
b. End semester examination : Between 1st June & 30th June. (Including examination preparation).
c. Sessional examinations : 1st & 2nd Sessional examinations will be held second part of March & May respectively.
d. Result : Result will be declared by 15th August.

PART – J
COURSE STRUCTURE OF 3yr. LL.B. & LL.B. (Hons) DEGREE WITH
CREDITS AND MARKS UNDER C.B.C.G.S. Note 1: In the class routine the number of classes per theory paper per week must be equal to the number of credits shown against that paper in this course structure. Note 2: Severalty of papers must be maintained in selecting honours and optional papers.
Note 3: The internship training programme for the 4th practical paper of Semester–VI may start from the earlier semesters of the 3yr. course as per Rule 17 of the regulation. Note 4: CL = Constitutional Law, CC = Crime & Criminology, IPL = Intellectual Property Law, BL = Business Law, LA = Law & Agriculture.

SEMESTER‐WISE COURSE STRUCTURE OF 3yr. LL.B./LL.B (Hons.)
SEMESTER – I

Code Paper Credits Marks LL.B.: 1.1 Constitutional Law –I 8 100 LL.B.: 1.2 Family Law –I 7 100 LL.B.: 1.3 Law of Contract 8 100 LL.B.: 1.4 Law of Tort incl. M.V. Act, Consumer Protection Law 7 100 LL.B. (Hons): 1.5 H1
Honours – 1, any one from following: 1. Indian Federalism (CL group) 2. Criminal Psychology (CC group) 3. Trade Mark, Copy Right, Patents & Design (IPL group) 4. Corporate Governance (BLgroup)
6 100

Total for Non Hons. Course 30 400
Total for Hons. Course 36 500
SEMESTER – II


Code Paper Credits Marks LL.B.: 2.1 Constitutional Law –II 8 100 LL.B.: 2.2 Family Law –II 7 100 LL.B.: 2.3 Special Contract 8 100 LL.B.: 2.4 OP1

Optional – 1, any one from following: 1. Land Laws of Assam (LA group) 2. Criminal Psychology (CC group) 7 100
LL.B. (Hons): 2.5 H2

Honours – 2, any one from following: 1. Comparative Constitution (CL group) 2. Women & Criminal Law (CC group) 3. IT including Cyber Law (IPL group) 4. Direct Tax (BLgroup)
6 100

Total for Non Hons. Course 30 400
Total for Hons. Course 36 500

Contact Details
Gauhati University
National Highway 37, Gopinath Bordoloi Nagar,
Jalukbari, Guwahati, Assam 781014 ‎
Ph: 0361 270 0311

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