03-31-2015, 04:57 PM
Hubli-Karnataka State Law University (KSLU, Hubli) suggested to change the patterns of all courses by typing questions objective-type, with the 2011-12 school year. After RSS clears proposal 92 legal colleges in the State, which fall under the scope of KSLU, will follow the new model question paper.
KSLU, which offers a five-year 10 semester bachelor Bachelor of laws degree and postgraduate programmes in the three-year LLB and LLM, is exploring ways to reform the examination system. Now the University is only a subjective examination questions. Now he plans to divide the 100 characters between objective and subjective questions like, with each getting 50 characters.
Law graduates will have to pass an exam conducted by the Association of India (BCI) to begin his career as a lawyer. But according to sources KSLU, students find it difficult to clear the exam, as it contains a lot of objective type. Students previously insisted KSLU power to change the existing structure of the question paper to help them clear BCI exams.