Decision made by high-level committee set up by BCI
The Bar Council of India (BCI) has agreed to permit all universities and centres of legal education to conduct LLB exams considering the prevailing pandemic.
The recommendation was made by a panel headed by the former chief justice of the Allahabad High Court, Govind Mathur. The high-level committee was set up by the BCI to decide upon the mode of exams, evaluation and promotion of LLB students.
Universities and centres of legal education should conduct examinations for intermediate and final-year law students as per their own discretion, depending upon the availability of resources and the impact of Covid-19 in that region, said the committee.
The committee has also allowed the institutions to determine the mode of exams, which includes online, offline, blended, open-book exams (OBE) or assignment-based evaluations.
Provide sufficient time-gap between regular and backlog exams to avoid any inconvenience, the panel further said.
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