Kiran Sir, with due respect I want to clarify that whether I am confident of getting through the exam or going to fail even after three years of hard work, BCI entrance exams are not going to be cancelled for my sake. Anyway, I am too young in this field and have expressed my views. Experts like you must be right.
Kiran Sir, I am glad that LCI has given a platform for putting forth our opinions and to know what others feel about it. I have always expressed my sincere opinions and I also know people can have different opinions too.
I have learned many things through this posting and I sincerely thank all the members. Yes, we need Bar exam and BCI is heading towrds the right directions and hope the medical Council of India and others will adopt this kind of Review, but at the same time BCI should concetrate on the legal institutions itself and if necessary even closed down those Law Colleges that can not conform to the Rules laid down by it, in spite of making an ass of the Law.
Dear Sir.Ram Samudre, firstly,in this matter it all depends on the BCI which is armed with all the requisite weapons to bring about drastic measures in Legal education and for joining the Bar, as for example in spite of list 1 entrries 77 and 78 read with entry 25 in list III of the Constitution the BCI can frame its own rules under section 49 of the advocates act of 1961 and the rules framed under the section can not attract Article 245 of the Constitution of India to make it repugnant to those entries. But the position of the BCI is also understandable, as it can not covered the entire Law Colleges in person and one must also take the local flavor in such situtation when it comes to closing down the Law colleges for one or the other reasons. Mr.Ram and Suchitra have rightly pointed out the reasons why they object to present test because the BCI could have taken measures for improvement of Law Colleges and not by Bar Exam to test the LL.B; degree holder. But here, it is also to be noted that BCI may introduced drastic changes in all the Law Colleges through out the country, yet that itself does not mean that Bar Review should not be there, as the same is prevailing in many countries even Philipine in south asia. Let there be drastic change or no change in all the law colleges but let there be Bar review is my humble opinion.
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Thank you Dear Mr. Assumi for making me worthy of knowledge in this regard.
To the outcome of this discussion, as leaded by Mr. Raja, Ms. Suchitra also conveyed with your and Mr. kiran Kumar’s opinion that the BCI’s entrance exam is seems justified at this stage.As I have also underlined that some people do LLB as an extra so it is necessary to check the knowledge & ability of those are entering in this profession as it effects not only the life of people but also to the judicial functions.In his second posting Mr. Kiran Kumar has convinced us fully.Ms. Suchitra also conveyed with his opinion.
Now, the only task remained here that there should be a common entrance test by BCI for admission in Law Colleges over all and the list of selected candidates should be made by BCI.It should not be that anyone go to any Law College and give money and arrange a LLB Degree.