Bar Exam Challenged by National Delegation of Law Students battle continues

According to the latest press release on July 2, the National Delegation of Law Students, headed by President Siddharth S. Seth (pictured handing the proposal to the Law Minister), has decided to give

(10)

simran

September 10, 2010 - 6:02am

This exam is not good bt if BCI want to impliment it then it must be informed to students before starting the law nt when they clear the law degree. It harraas them a lot now. one thing more no clear information is given by BCI for this exam. so it shoud be revoked.

(10)

devraj thakur

July 15, 2010 - 2:15pm

this is nothing but a foolish step taken by committee appointed by the supreme court and BCI and the committee without taking into account the pros and cons of this test. petition shoud be filied on the basis of the prospectus which is a legal document in which nothing like thid mentioned. This the waste of time and money. The syllabus LLB include subjects where students learn the basic techniques of advocacy.It should be revoked.

(10)

susarla

July 10, 2010 - 10:41am

i do appreciate about the all india bar exam for intending advocates.But the BCI should give ample time to write the same.In my view,it is better to implement from next year onwards

(10)

Saurabh

July 7, 2010 - 8:52am

well first of all this exam is not a competitive exam it is merely a qualifying exam i.e. just a pass fail exam and no merit list would be prepared, so an NLU student who has cleared the exam would have just passed the exam like any other student of any other law school in the country, nothing would distinguish him from others. Secondly, no one here is opposing the exam, all we are saying is that the exam scheduled to be held in Dec 2010 is being held in a haste and is not appropriate for the students graduating in 2010 itself.

(10)

Guest

July 5, 2010 - 5:59pm

these brats opposing the exam need [Edited]

FEATURES

Latest Tweets

Latest Tweets

CONNECT

Follow us on

-->