U.G. (3 Years and 5 Years)

REGULATIONS – ACADEMIC

1.Attendance & Examination Fee:

1.1. From the date of admission / readmission, a candidate / student has to attend at least 75% of days in a semester in order to be eligible to write the University examination.

1.2. From the date of admission / readmission a candidate / student attending less than 75% of days but more than 65% of days in a semester is also eligible to write the University examination on the payment of ‘condonation fee’ (penalty) as prescribed by the University.

1.3. If a student fails to pay the ‘condonation fee’ and any penalty levied thereof, within the prescribed time limit, (s)he will not be allowed to write the university examination. Further, the student will also forfeit their right of admission to the next semester and the student has to ‘redo’ the entire semester in which (s)he was ordered to pay ‘condonation fee’ and any penalty thereof.

1.4. From the date of admission / readmission, a candidate / student attending less than 66% of days in a semester is not eligible to write the university examination. The student has to ‘redo’ the entire semester in which (s)he lacked attendance in the subsequent academic year after obtaining prior permission for ‘readmission’ from the Director of Legal studies, Chennai on payment of fees prescribed for re-admission.

1.5 Candidates appearing the first time should pay their fees for the whole (Year end/ Semester) examination.

1.6 Visually Challenged Candidates: Visually challenged candidates are exempted from payment of examination fees.They should enclose copy of Medical Certificate in evidence of their handicap. In column 2 of application form, write as ‘Visually Challenged Candidate’. However they should pay the fee for Statement of Marks, Provisional Certificate and Convocation.

1.7 Candidates should download their hall tickets from the University Website prior to the commencement of the examination.

2.Break in Study:

In case of any break in study, a student is permitted to rejoin the course within five academic years from the academic year in which there was break in study, after obtaining prior permission from the Director of Legal Studies, Chennai on the payment of prescribed fee and penalty for the specific academic year. In any case, the student will not be readmitted after five academic years and they will forfeit their right of readmission in any of the affiliated Law Colleges of the University.

3.Passing Minimum:

3.1 A student has to secure a minimum of 45% marks in internal and external separately to be declared as “PASS” in that subject. Passing minimum for internal is 13.5 (Rounded off to 14 marks) out of 30 marks, i.e. 45%. Similarly, passing minimum for external is 31.5 (Rounded off to 32 marks) out of 70 marks, i.e. 45%.

3.2 A student who fails to obtain the above said mark in the internal or external or in both components will be declared as “FAIL” in that subject.

3.3 If a student passes in the internal component but fails in external, then the student will be declared as “FAIL” in that subject. However, the internal marks will be carried over to the next attempt.

3.4 A student should compulsorily participate in all the components of the internal assessment of every subject and should also fulfil the criteria relating to the attendance.

3.5 If a student does not participate in all the internal assessment components, such as Test,Assignment, Presentation and Viva Voce and failed to fulfil the criteria relating to the attendance, then (s)he would be declared as “ABSENT” in the respective subject.

3.6 If a student participated in certain internal assessment components and obtained 45% and failed to attend any one of the internal assessment components, such as Test, Assignment, Presentation and Viva Voce, then (s)he would be declared as “ABSENT” in the respective subject although (s)he obtained minimum pass by participating in few internal assessment components. It is must for a student to participate in all the internal assessment components and also to fulfill the attendance criteria to obtain minimum pass in the internals.

3.7 If a student has failed in any one or more of the internal components, he or she has to redo all the internal components in the concerned semester of the particular subject.

3.8 If a student lacks in attendance, he or she will not be permitted for attending the internals.

3.9 The month and year of passing a subject is based on when (s)he completely clears both the internal and external components of the subject concerned.

3.10 The successful candidates are classified as follows:

60% and above – First Class

50% to 59%      – Second Class

45% to 49%      – Third Class

4.Revaluation:

Application for Re-valuation & Re-totalling shall be made within the day fixed by the University in the prescribed form along with the prescribed fees, through the respective College rincipal.

5.Photo Copy of the Answer Script:

The Photo copy of the answer script can be availed by paying the requisite fee attached with an application addressed to CoE, TNDALU through the Principal.

6.Consolidated Mark Statement:

Consolidated Mark Statement will be issued by the Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University to the candidates who have passed their LL.B., (3 years/ 5years) on submission of an application as per University rules displayed in the website.

UNIVERSITY ADDRESS

POOMPOZHIL CAMPUS

The Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University

“Poompozhil”, 5, D.G.S. Dinakaran Salai,

Chennai – 600 028.

Phone : 044 – 2464 1212, 2464 1919.

Fax: 2461 7996

Website: www.tndalu.ac.in

PERUNGUDI CAMPUS

The Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University

M.G.R Salai, Near Taramani, [MRTS] Railway Station,

Perungudi,

Chennai – 600 113.

Phone : 044 – 2243 9051

Website: www.tndalu.ac.in