Student Law Council unhappy with MU’s decision of permitting colleges to conduct law exams

As per the decision, colleges will conduct exams of semester V to semester VIII of the 5-year-course and semester I to IV of the three-year course

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Mumbai University has entrusted to conduct examinations of semester V to semester VIII of the 5-year-course and semester I to IV of the three-year course to colleges. The Student Law Council wrote to Vice-Chancellor Dr. Suhas Pednekar alleging that MU's decision is baseless and does not adhere to rules.  

In the last few months, results of MU-led law examinations were delayed. In order to handle the chaos of delayed results, state education minister Vinod Tawde held a meeting with college professors where the latter submitted a proposal demanding permission to organise law exams.

Likewise, MU took the approval of Academic Council and asked colleges to conduct examinations of semester V to semester VIII of the five-year LLB course and semester I to semester IV of the three-year LLB course. However, the Student Council is unhappy with the decision and has demanded the University to withdraw their decision.

The decision to entrust the MU exams to colleges is against the rules issued by the Central University Grants Commission (UGC). This decision is also wrong as per rules newly announced by 'Bar Council of India',” Sachin Pawar, President, Student Law Council.

Pawar added that final exams should be conducted by MU and not colleges. He said that MU’s decision will spoil students’ career and there will be no transparency left.

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