New Delhi, November 1

The Bar Council of India (BCI) has permitted law universities to carry out bodily assessment by giving an possibility to learners who are not able or unwilling to show up until the COVID-19 pandemic is averted to choose the examination yet again whne universities reopen.

The BCI, the regulator of law education and learning in the nation, on Sunday also clarified that the college students who surface but are unable to clear the exam will also get a chance to reappear in the fresh examinations.

The exams will have to be held with a No Objection Certificate (NOC) of the condition government and State Catastrophe Management Authority, it said.

“It is noticed by the Council (General Council of the BCI) that if physical examinations as contemplated by the University is held with effect from November 2 and if the reported exams are held with out any penal outcomes to any pupil who is unable to show up in the reported exam, no college student shall be prejudiced or influenced and they will get an option to appear in the test once more right after actual physical reopening of the college or university/college,” the BCI claimed in a push release.

It offered an solution “to Universities/Centres of Authorized Schooling to conduct physical examination with the NOC of the state govt and Condition Disaster Management Authority, by providing the possibility to these kinds of legislation pupils who are not able and/or unwilling to appear in these physical exams till the COVID-19 pandemic is averted, and obtaining appeared therein, who are/is not able to very clear these types of exam, to seem in the re-show up test just after actual physical reopening of the University/Centres of Authorized Education”.

Looking at that the pandemic still persists with no early respite from it in sight, the Council solved that examination for all intermediary alongside with final calendar year law learners and classes way too may be held on-line, if the universities and regulation colleges are equipped to keep it online, and if enough infrastructure and other facilities for pupils are available.     “It is more resolved that if on the web examination is so executed and any college student is not able to take it, or obtaining appeared therein, is unable to pass these types of exam/matter paper, this sort of student shall be entitled to consider the reappear examination/paper each time it is held if possible inside of just one month of actual physical re-opening of the universities and school after the pandemic is averted,” it reported. PTI