DAVV Indore Exams News: Decision will be taken on the examination methodology of LLB-LLM and other law courses on Tuesday
DAVV Indore Exams News: Indore. New Zealand Representative. After getting the green signal from the Bar Council of India (BCI) regarding the law course examination, now Devi Ahilya University is going to start preparations. On Tuesday, the university has called a meeting to decide the outline of the examination, in which the board of study and examination committee will take a decision on the examination methodology. However, according to the officials, the examinations will be conducted through open book method. The colleges also agreed to this. At present, the officials have kept a meeting for formal consent.
LLB, LLM, BALLB, BComLLB, BBALLB and other law courses are to be conducted in the final semester examination. Last time the online examination of law course was conducted. After the objection of the students, the BCI brainstormed on the examination in the past and decided that the university should decide the method of examination according to its own.
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After getting the order, the university has called a meeting, in which discussions will be held regarding the online and open book method. By the way, colleges and experts have advised to conduct the examination through open book method. The university has also agreed to this.
Controller of Examinations Dr. Ashesh Tiwari says that the second, fourth, sixth, eighth and tenth semester examinations of various law courses can be conducted through open book method. Whereas the students of the first, third, fifth, seventh and ninth semesters of the course will be assessed on the basis of assignments. They tell that apart from the method of examination, the result will also be discussed in the meeting.