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T Dutta Biswas (ahhsgd)     25 May 2015

LLB In Non Attending Mode

There are certain universities(Utkal university,Fakirmohan University etc) that offer LLB in non attending mode i.e a student enrolled under that particular university can sit directly for the final examination of each academic session without attending any classes/lectures..Can someone please tell me whether this thing is legal or not?.If yes,then in what way a student gt benefited by doing the law degree in such a hectic manner?


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Kaustubh Topale (MR.)     25 May 2015

If any such institutions are recognized by Bar Council of India and UGC. Then no problem.. In my view.

N R Dash.. (Advocate)     25 May 2015

LLB is a regular course and your allegations against these universities are baseless. No university is allowed to do so. getting a degree does not guarantee you become a good lawyer. For that you need exemplary skills gained through practice and reading.

T Dutta Biswas (ahhsgd)     25 May 2015

@N.R Dash.....Baseless???..Oh Common..It would be better if u kindly try to gather sm proper information before calling someone s statement a baseless one..We all are aware that LLB is a regular course but there these unuversities r simply violating the norms of BCI.

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