Each academic year of the Degree Programme shall consist of two Semesters with lectures, discussion, tutorials, legal clinics etc being conducted for Course Units offered for that year. In-Course Assessments and End-of-Course Examinations shall be conducted for each Course Unit during the course of the Semester and at the end of the Semester respectively.

Instruction in each Course Unit at each year of the Degree Programme takes the form of lectures, tutorials, discussions, workshops, seminars, legal clinics, assignments, research, presentation of papers, demonstration, self-study exercises and/or any other forms approved by the Faculty Board. The Faculty Board shall have authority to decide the courses to be taught and the method(s) of imparting instruction in each Semester.

In-course Assessment

The performance of a student shall be evaluated through a system of in-course assessment such as Mid-Semester Examination as well as an end-of-course assessment such as Semester Examination in respect of each Course Unit.

The in-course assessment shall be based on the performance of the students at Take-Home Assignments, Term Papers, Class Room Tests, Seminars, Demonstrations, Performances, Recitals, Workshops, Tutorials, Legal Clinics, Projects, Paper-Presentations, Mid-Semester Examination and/or any other form of exercise decided by the Faculty Board.

Semester Examination

A Semester Examination shall be conducted in respect of all the course units at the end of the Semester after the completion of the teaching allocated for that Semester.

A student shall not be permitted to take a Semester Examination unless the Head of the Department has certified that s/he has satisfied the requirements of the relevant Course Units, including regular attendance at classes and submission of assignments at the appropriate time, as prescribed by the Senate on the recommendation of the Faculty Board.