‘VIPS Violating BCI Rules, Holding Offline Exams for Law Students’
‘Decision Violates BCI Guidelines’This notice by the college is in contradiction with the guidelines of the Bar Council of India (BCI) which state that “all...
- Oct 17, 2020
‘Decision Violates BCI Guidelines’
This notice by the college is in contradiction with the guidelines of the Bar Council of India (BCI) which state that “all students shall be promoted to the next semester on the basis of the performance of the previous year and the internal examination of the present year.”
However, there has been no notice regarding the re-opening of the colleges till now.
Moreover, it’s important note that in the case that was filed in the Supreme Court, 'Praneet K vs UGC', the court stated that the internal examinations of final-year students are very important, however, they cannot be calculated on the same standard as the end-term exams for intermediate students.
Even though we have seen an outcry by a number of students and aspirants who have taken different examinations in the past months, this decision impacts us differently. How? Because no B.Tech or BBA student in the college has been asked to do this. Other universities have also opted alternate means.
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