The teaching methods at the undergraduate level aim at the promotion of Inter-disciplinary approach atnd practical appreciation of problems. In addition to the lecture method, seminars, tutorials, assignments, clinical experience, fieldwork, legal research and legal writing will be used.
In courses which need cooperative teaching, several teachers and experts will be involved to maximize the learning potential of the students. Clinical legal education will be given due place and academic credit will be given to the students who participate in it.
The Course contains both theory and practical paper. Each of the theory and practical paper in each semester carries a maximum of 100 marks.
Practical Examination :
Some of the Practical papers are introduced to the students in this Law Course. These practical papers will help them to acquaint with the practical issues and for their future practice. The college will conduct practical examination for practical papers.
The guidelines for presentation of practical papers, seminar and thus evaluation procedure will be as prescribed by the faculty committee. Question paper for the written examination is set by the university. The valuation of Practical paper is by the concerned course teacher and the theory paper is valued through central valuation scheme.
Promotion from one semester to the next semester through the carry forward system for 3 years course. However the candidate has to complete at least 2 papers in a year to go to the next class in five years course.
According to Karnataka State Law University norms minimum percentage pass in each subject is 40.
The candidate is allowed to carry all preliminary uncleared papers in the subsequent examination.
The students of 3 years and 5 years course has to complete the entire course within 6 year and 10 years respectively from the date of admission.
The Rank shall be declared on the basis of the total marks, secured by the candidate in all the semesters.
For class declaration the aggregate of the total marks secured by the candidate in all the semesters shall be taken into consideration.
The class declaration is as follows :