While maintaining that an end-term examination was mandatory to be conducted by all law schools, the committee further said that “university/centres of legal education are free to determine the mode of examination online/offline/ blended/online open book exam/ assignment based evaluation/research papers)”.
Being the regulator of legal education in the country, the BCI had constituted a High Level Committee of Expert to deliberate upon the issue of mode of intermediate semester examination, evaluation and promotion of intermediate LL.B students in view of the unprecedented situation arising due to the pandemic.
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The committee was also asked to consider evaluation of the mode of examination before issuance of degree for final year law students.
The apex bar body said that the committee also recommended that the universities and centres of legal education should ensure that sufficient time gap exists between regular and backlog examinations to avoid inconvenience to the students.
The committee “unanimously agreed that the University/Centers of Legal Education are free to determine the mode of evaluation/examination for promotion and for award of the Law Degree and for the conduct of examination.”
“The Council has considered and deliberated over the report submitted on June 8 and this council resolves to accept the report of the Committee in toto,” BCI Secretary Srimanto Sen said in the press release.