Patna Law College is one of the oldest law institutions in the country and can boast about producing numerous eminent personalities. The college provides a three-year LL.B. program (with 6 semesters) which covers an extensive syllabus of three-part LL.B.
Admission into Patna Law College requires the aspirants to clear the Patna University Bachelor of Law Entrance Test, or commonly known as the BLET examination. The college will then publish the results on the official website from where the aspirants can download the list. The entrance test aims to provide admissions to 320 seats of LL.B. courses at the Patna Law College.
The Patna University organizes an end term examination for each semester. To appear for such a University Examination, the aspirant must be ‘sent-up’(Transfer ) for the stated examination by the related authorities. Without such a confirmation the students will not be permitted to appear in the examination.
The results of the University Examinations shall be published by the Patna University within thirty days of the examination. It should be noted that a student can be promoted to the next semester before the releasement of the results, but they must clear all the Papers to be ‘sent-up’ for the next University Examination.
The aspirants can find the results of BLET, admission list for the new academic year as well as the results of the University Examination from the college official website.
For checking the examination results, Aspirants should have their Roll Number with them.
Note: The BLET results and the admission lists can be straight accessed from the college official website homepage.
The aspirants who have failed their University Examinations will be given three consecutive chances by the university to clear the specific paper. The Supplementary Examinations will be held within 60 days of the end term examinations of each semester so that the students can clear the failed paper and be able to sit for the next semester examination.
As mentioned above, only three consecutive chances will be allowed for a student to pass the failed paper, failing to do so will result in the automatic cancellation of his/her enrolment. The results of the Supplementary Examination can be checked by following below given steps.
To pass the University Examinations, a student must score a minimum of 40% marks for each theory paper including internal assessments. The law degree shall be honored on the basis of total aggregate marks obtained by the student in all the six semesters’ University Examinations taken together. For further details, do peruse the college website.