- Examination will be of three hours per paper. Maximum marks of each paper will be of 100 Marks. 2. The syllabus has been divided into five units. Questions will be set from each unit.
- The questions paper shall contain three sections. Section A shall contain 10 questions two from each unit of 2 marks each. The Candidate is required to answer all the questions. The answers should not exceed 50 words. Section B shall contain 5 questions one from each unit with internal choice each question shall be of 7 marks. The answers should not exceed 200 words. The candidate is required to answer all the questions. Section C shall contain 5 questions of 15 marks each, one from each unit. The candidate is required to answer any three questions. The answers shall not exceed 500 words.
- In order to ensure that students do not leave out important portions of the syllabus, examiners shall be free to repeat the question set in the previous examination.
- In the case of discrepancies between English and Hindi Version, English Version will prevail.
- Acts are to be read with their Amendments A Candidate may offer Case study/ Survey Report/ Field work in lieu of a paper at the LL.M. Part ll examination. The Case study/ Survey Report/ Field work shall be of 70 marks, and viva-voce 30 marks. The Case study/ Survey Report/ Field work shall be hand written and shall not be of more than and is to be submitted in triplicate so as to reach the office of the Registrar at least 3 weeks before commencement of the theory examination, Only such candidates who shall be permitted to offer Case Study/Field Work/ Survey Report (If provided in the scheme of examination) in lieu of a paper as those who have secured at least 55% marks in the aggregate, irrespective of the number of papers in which a candidate actually appeared at the examination. Students will have to appear before a board of Examination for viva-voce on the subject/topic of their submission. The Board of Examiners will consist of one External Examiner and one Internal Examiner. The Examiners must have at least 7 years teaching Experience out of which 3 years PG classes teaching experience. A candidate who is declared failed at the LL.M. Part ll Examination may on his request, be exempted from fresh submission of Case study/ Survey Report/ Field work at the time of his subsequent appearance at the LL.M. Part II Examination, provided he had secured pass marks in Case study/ Survey Report/ Field work submitted by him last time and provided further the examiner of the Case study/ Survey Report/ Field work or the Dean of the
Faculty of Law of the University certifies that no important changes have been made in Law to justify a re-submission and the revaluation of the Case study/ Survey Report/ Field work. The candidate shall, by October 1st of the year preceding the examination send his request for exemption from fresh submission of Case study/ Survey Report/ Field work, duly endorsed and forwarded by the Head of the Institution concerned. The University will as early as possible, informs the candidate about his exemption from re-submission of a fresh Case study/ Survey Report/ Field work. An evaluated Case study/ Survey Report/ Field work shall not be re-submitted for evaluation until the guide or the supervisor certifies that important changes of style, presentation of matter etc. have been incorporated in the Case study/ Survey Report/ Field work which justifies its evaluation.