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Ch. XXI &
In the case of a candidate who presents himself for special examination in English, History, Geography, Mathematics or Classical Language, the second lesson delivered before the Examiners shall be on one of these subjects offered by him. The fitness of a candidate for special distinction in Nature Study, Physics and Chemistry or Manual Training shall be tested by an examination of the records made or practical work done by him during his period of training.
Licentiates of Teaching may, at any subsequent examination, appear for special examination in theory and practice in any additional subject, provided they attend a recognised institution for at least 50 working days for each such subject. The fee for each additional subject shall be Rs. 10.
The examination in the practice of teaching shall be conducted at the Training College at which the student was trained, and the Examiner shall also take into consideration the record that has been kept at the College of the work done by the student during the course of training.
4. Candidates who fail in the examination in the Theory of teaching may present themselves for re-examination therein at a subsequent examination, without attending a further course at a College affiliated in the Branch of Teaching, provided that they produce satisfactory evidence that, in the interim, they have been teaching in a recognised institution.
BACHELOR OF LAWS.
1. Any candidate
(i) who has been admitted to the Degree of B.A. or
(ii) who has received from the Senate a special grace
shall be permitted to proceed to the Degree of Bachelor Ch. XXII. of Laws.
2. Candidates other than those mentioned in Regulation 1, clause (ii) of this Chapter, after completing a "regular course of study" in an affiliated School of Law for not less than one academical year (of twelve months including vacations), shall be admitted to the Previous Examination in Law.
3. Every candidate for admission to this examination shall produce a certificate in the form hereinafter prescribed to the effect that he has prosecuted a "regular course of study" in a School of Law affiliated to this University for not less than one academical year (of twelve months including vacations) after having passed the B.A. or B.Sc. Examination.
4. The Previous Examination in Law shall be held once in every year at the following places :
Agra, Allahabad, Aligarh, Bareilly, Cawnpore, Jubbulpore, Lucknow, Meerut and Nagpur; and such other places as the Syndicate may from time to time appoint: provided always that the Syndicate, if not satisfied that proper arrangements can be made for supervision, may remove any place or places from the list of centres.
5. The Faculty shall, from time to time, prescribe the total number of lectures, not being less than eighty, to be delivered both for the Previous and for the Final Examinations during the academical term.
6. The examination shall be conducted entirely by means of papers.
7. Every candidate shall present himself for examination in the following subjects:
(ii) The Law of Contracts.
The total number of lectures to be delivered during an academical term for the Previous and Final Examinations for the Degree of Bachelor of Laws should be no less than eighty in the case of the Previous Examination, and no less than one hundred in the case of the Final Examination-(vide Faculty of Law Besolution XII, dated 9th March, 1906).
(iii) The Law of Easements and Torts.
(v) Criminal Law and Procedure.
8. A paper shall be set in each of the above subjects, and the examination shall be held in such order as the Faculty may direct.
9. The Faculty shall, from time to time, recommend the text-books and the Acts to be studied in connection with the subjects prescribed, both for the Previous and the Final Examinations.
10. No candidate shall be admitted to the examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Laws, unless he has passed the Previous Examination in Law, and in the case of candidates other than those mentioned in Regulation 1, clause (ii), has, since passing the said examination, prosecuted a "regular course of study" for not less than one academical year (of twelve months including vacations), in a School of Law affiliated to the University.
10 (a). Notwithstanding anything contained in these regulations, any candidate who has obtained the Degree of B.A. or B.Sc. as aforesaid shall, up to 31st December, 1909, be admitted to the Previous Examination in Law if he has prosecuted a "regular course of study" for not less than one academical year, in a School of Law affiliated to the University and to the LL.B. Examination, if he has prosecuted such course of study for not less than two academical years prior to the 1st November, 1907.
10 (6). That for candidates entitled to admission to the LL.B. Examination under Regulation 10 (a) supplementary examination for the Degree of LL.B. shall be held in 1908 and 1909, under the regulations in force prior to 1st November, 1905, and notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in these regulations, the aforesaid regulation shall be deemed to be in force for the purpose of holding the said supplementary examination.
11. A candidate failing to pass may be admitted to one or more subsequent examinations on his making a fresh application, and on payment of a fresh fee, notwithstanding anything contained in Chapter XII, Regulation 16.
12. The examination shall be conducted partly vivâ voce, and partly by papers.
13. Every candidate shall present himself for examination in the following subjects:
(i) Civil Procedure, Limitation.
(ii) The Central Provinces Tenancy Act and the
(iii) Hindu Law, with the statutory modifications
(iv) Mahomedan Law, with the statutory modifica-
(v) The Law relating to Transfer of Property includ-
(vi) Equity with special reference to the Law of
(vii) Jurisprudence and Indian Constitutional Law.
Ch. XXII & Ch.XXIII.
14. A paper shall be set in each of the above subjects. The examination shall be held in such order as the Faculty may direct.
15. As soon as may be possible after the examination, the Syndicate shall publish a list of the candidates who have passed, either in the Previous or in the LL.B. Examination, arranged in two classes.
All candidates who have passed shall be placed in one or other of such classes. A candidate who, out of the aggregate marks obtainable, obtains not less than 60 per cent. shall be placed in the first class, and a candidate who obtains not less than 50 per cent. shall be placed in the second class, provided that no candidate shall be placed in either class who does not succeed in obtaining a minimum of 30 per cent. of the marks allotted to each paper. Fifteen per cent of the marks assigned to each subject shall be allotted to the vivá voce examination.
MASTER OF LAWS.
1. Any candidate who has obtained the Degree of Bachelor of Laws shall,* two years after obtaining the said degree, and when he so desires, be admitted to the examination for the Degree of Master of Laws.
2. The examination shall be conducted partly vivâ voce and partly by papers.
The Faculty shall, from time to time, indicate generally the subjects for examination.
3. The standard for this examination shall be fixed by the Faculty.
The date of obtaining the degree is to be counted from the date of the publication of the results, provided the candidate has actually received the Diploma--(vide Syndicate Resolution No. 11, dated 11th January, 1912).