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  STANDARD OF PASSING :  
 

A) Three Year Law Course :
          Each paper shall form a separate head of passing. To pass the examination a candidate must obtain at least 33% of the total marks assigned to each paper and 50% of the aggregate marks in all Papers in the examination. Those of the successful candidates who obtain 50% or more of the total marks, will be placed in the Second Class and those who obtain 60% or more of the total marks will be placed in the First Class.
Exemption - A candidate who has obtained 50%or more marks in any individual subject may, at his option, be exempted from appearing in that paper at the subsequent examination. However, he shall be declared to have passed the examination when he passes in the remaining paper or papers in accordance with the Standard of passing laid down above. Such candidate shall not be eligible for any prize or medal awarded at such examination. The benefit of exemption so earned will be available for six years only.
A.T. K. T. - A candidate who obtains at the F.Y. LL.B. or III year of Five Year Law examination 50 % of the full marks in each of any five papers out of eight papers shall be allowed to keep terms for S.Y. LL.B. or IV Year of Five Year Law Course as the case may be. A candidate who obtains at the S.Y. LL.B. or IV Year of Five Year Law Course examination 50% of the full marks in each of any Seven papers out of Ten papers shall be allowed to keep terms for T.Y. LL.B. or V Year of Five Year Law Course as the case may be.

B) Five Year Law Course :

i) Part I - (Pre Law Course) I & II year of five year Law Course.
1) To pass the examination a candidate must obtain at least 33 % of the total marks     assigned to each paper and 45 % of the aggregate marks assigned to all papers in the     I or II Year examination of the Pre Law Course. A candidate who obtains 45% or more     of the total marks will be placed in the second class and who obtains 60 % or more of     the total marks will be placed in first class
2) Exemption - A candidate who obtains 45 % or more marks in any paper may at his     option be exempted from appearing in that paper at the subsequent examination.     However, he shall be declared to have passed the examination when he passes in the     remaining paper or papers in accordance with the Standard of Passing laid down     above. Such candidate shall not be eligible for any prize or medal awarded at such     examination. The benefit of exemption, so earned will be available for six years only.
3) Part II (3rd, 4th & 5th Year of the five year Law Course)
    The rules as to standard of passing, Exemption and A.T.K.T. for the Second part of     the five year law course (III, IV & V year) are the same as applicable to the first,     Second & third of the Three year law course.
4) A.T.K.T
    A student who has passed with 45 % of the full marks in each of four papers out of six     papers at the I or 11 Year examination shall be allowed to keep terms for the II or III     Year of five Year Law Course as the case may be.

C) Diploma in lncome Tax & Sales Tax :
    To pass the Diploma Course a candidate shall obtain 40% of marks in each paper. A candidate securing 50 % of the total marks at one sitting will be declared to have passed the Diploma in Second Class. A candidate securing 60 % of the total marks at one sitting will be declared to have passed the Diploma in First Class.
Exemption - A candidate failing at the Diploma examination and securing 50% or more in any of the papers may claim exemption, if he so desires at his subsequent attempt. The exemptions shall be valid for six years as per Ordinance - 122.

 
   
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