Law students angry over Semester VI degree issue

After the 60/40 paper pattern issue, now Mumbai University has been accused of another slipup by the law students. The students are confused due to Mumbai Univesity's lack of administrative skills

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Since the past few days, Mumbai University’s Law students have been facing trouble due to unorganised timetables and faulty examination patterns which have derived due to lack of Mumbai University’s administrative capabilities. In a similar pattern, the students are now confused as they have been asked to collect the Semester VI mark sheet from their colleges whereas the degree from the University. Therefore, the students have approached the Student Law Council.                                                           

After the law students complete their three-year course, they receive the Bachelor of Legal Science degree. However, the result for the Semester V is given by the University whereas the result for the Semester VI is given to the students by the college.

Also, throughout the three-year course, the students receive the degree for Bachelor of General Law and so, the mark sheet for the Semester III is provided by the University. Whereas, the mark sheet for the Semester IV is provided by the college.

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However, the Mumbai Student Law Council complained that after the third year, even though the students receive the Bachelor of Law degree, the mark sheet is provided by the college. After the 60/40 paper pattern issue, now Mumbai University has been accused of another slipup by the law students.

In order to free Mumbai University from the process of checking the papers, they had asked the colleges to check the answer papers of all the Semesters except for the last year. However, the colleges have started to even check the papers and distribute the mark sheets. Due to which, the students have been confused and thus, the students have reached the court as a protest against the University,” said Sachin Pawar, Student Law Council President.

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