Scholarships in the LL.B. Course :-

1. There shall be two scholarships for each year of the LL.B. Course of the value shown against each:-
      a)One merit schlolarship @ Rs. 200/- p.m.
      b)One merit-cum-means scholarship @ Rs. 200/- p.m.

2 The scholarships will be tenable for the period shown as under :
     a)For one year from the date of admission to the 1st term of the LL.B. Course to the last date of the 2nd term         
     b)For one year from the date of admission to the 3rd term of the LL.B. Course to the last date of the 4th term
     c)For one year from the date of admission to the 5th term of the LL.B. Course to the last date of the 6th term

3.The scholarship in the first year of the LL.B. Course will be awarded on merit to be determined on the basis of the result of the B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. examination.

The scholarship in the 2nd year of the course will be awarded on the basis of the combined result of the 1st and 2nd terms examination and in the 3rd year on the basis of the combined result of the 3rd and 4th terms examination.

4. In the case of merit-cum-means scholarship, the applicants of only those candidates, the monthly income of whose father (or guardian, if father is dead) does not exceed Rs. 2500/- will be entertained. The income certificate should be signed by a Revenue Officer of Gazetted rank or a Magistrate First Class.

The limit of monthly family income in the case of applicants for any means linked endowment/University Scholarship be revised to Rs. 2500/- p.m. and the following provision be made in the Regulations :-

    i) The value of the merit scholarships be kept higher than the means scholarship.
   ii) Not more than two wards in a family should get the means scholarship.
  iii) The income of family for purpose of payment of means scholarship be fixed so as to cover the employees upto the
       level of Junior Assistant.

4.A Where the result of two candidates is braceketed for the award of Merit or Merit-cum-Means scholarships, the result of the preceding examination of the applicants shall be taken into account to determine their inter-se-merit.

5. No scholarship shall be granted to any student who has passed his B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. examination by parts i.e. under compartment, exemption, illness, additional, English only and completion categories.

6. The progress of the scholarship holder will be watched in the Department term examinations and due consideration will be given to the seminar work, etc. of the student. in case it appears to the Head of the Department that the scholarship holder does not maintain the required progress, the scholarship granted to him shall be withheld and granted to the next best candidate on merit.

6.A No one shall be eligible for grant of merit or merit-cum-means scholarships in the LL.B. course unless one has obtained at least 50% or more marks in the qualifying examinations.

7.Good conduct and regularity in attending lectures, tutorials and moot courts, etc., are also the required conditions for the award and continuance of the scholarships.

8. A student will be eligible to get one scholarship at a time on the condition that he is not in receipt of any other scholarship or stipend from the State or the Central Government or the University Grants Commission or any other agency or any income through a part-time or a whole time job. Students enjoying any such scholarship or stipend or any income will be required either to surrender it or the scholarship granted by the Department will be cancelled. Necessary undertaking will be secured from the student to this effect before any part of the scholarship is paid to him.

9. Necessary deduction will be made for the days or parts of the days the scholarship holder remains absent from the class. This will be calculated on the basis of the value of the scholarship and the number of working days in a particular month.

10. The teaching staff of the Department will constitute the Selection Committee for assessing the merits of the applicants for scholarships.

11.The Vice-Chancellor shall be the sanctioning authority for the scholarships. He is also competent to suspend or withhold a scholarship if it is reported that the progress or the conduct of the scholarship holder is not satisfactory.