LLB Admission 2019: In LLB admission 2019 The Bareilly College dont follow any rules of admission Bareilly News
LLB Admission 2019: In LLB admission 2019 The Bareilly College dont follow any rules of admission Bareilly News: Bareilly College has passed the rules of admission to LLB due to practical constraints. The NCC, NSS certificate holder, has the rules to give the candidates five to ten digits in the entry. While the college has given the weightage of ten percent to the candidates. In this decision, the merit of MJP Ruhalkhand University’s academic session 2017-18 gave strength to it. Ruvivi also gave weightage in percentage instead of numbers. However, the college has started the admission process by justifying its merit.
Written in Ruviwi and College Guideline, clearly written that NCC B certificate holder candidates will be given five percent and caps will be of ten digits. The same is written on the prospectus of the college. On Sunday, when the college released the first merit of LLB, it became stuttering. ABVP had stopped the entry process while opposing ten percent weightage. On Monday, even the controversy did not enter. The entrance process was restored on Wednesday.
Therefore, marks change in exam
Dr. Amit Singh, Head of Department of Law Department in RUVIVI justifies the Merit of College as practically correct. With the argument that different universities have their own set of undergraduate orbits. For instance, in the last three years, the number of all three years is 800 in any university, in any one less than 1200 or less than or more. In this if the weight of five or ten points is added then injustice will happen to the student.
Entrance is the method of justice
According to the teachers, correct observation of weightage is possible only through entrance exam. There is a fixed number of exams. Weighted scores are added to the student’s score. Justice is not possible with the weighted right in the merit. Because in the candidates who do not have NCC-NSS certificate. There is injustice with them.
Message sent to students
About 164 applicants who applied for admission to LLB were sent a message to improve the application from the college. The college argues that this is the reason delay in admission. The allegation of delay in admission to benefit private colleges is baseless.
Our merit is right. Regarding the issuance of the merit, the entry process is being completed. In the past, the University has also entered on this basis. -Dr. Anurag Mohan, Admission Coordinator, Bareilly College