Kerala University (Law) L.L.B. 3rd semester exam time table

Kerala University 3 year L.L.B. 3rd semester exam time table

University of Kerala has recently announced the L.L.B. 3rd year exam time table to day on 9th March 2015. The campus handles all the test and schedules held in the Kerala state. It was founded in the year of 1937. The first chancellor of the campus was Chithira Thirunal. Thiruvananthapuram is the place where the campus is situated. The chancellor has announced that the examination will be held from 24th of March 2015 to 30th of March 2015. The examination timings will be from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm that is 3 hours of paper. There are total 4 papers from 24th to 30th march among which there will be holidays between the first papers of principles of legislation and second paper code of criminal procedure. The 2nd and 3rd paper will be held with no holidays in between but later 2 days holiday will be given for the last paper. The controller of examination has announced this on the official website of the campus that is www.keralauniversity.ac.in. You can have a look on the below schedules of law examination held in the month of March. You can also visit the following website as provided to you.

Kerala University (Law) L.L.B. 3rd semester exam time table

Official schedule for third semester unitary degree course in law:-

        Day/ Date                                                                                    Subject

24.3.2015 (Tuesday)                        1st Paper- Interpretation of Statues and Principles of Legislation

26.3.2015 (Thursday)                      2nd Paper- Code of Criminal Procedure

27.3.2015 (Friday)                            3rd Paper- Code of Civil Procedure and Law of Limitation

30.3.2015 (Monday)                        4th Paper- Family Law 2

This is an undergraduate degree of Law for 3 years. The rules which are taught in the course are Indian and England countries. After completing the following 3 years of bachelors degree you can go for the following master course further (LLM) which are:-

  1. Property regulation
  2. Family regulation
  3. Business and Commercial regulation
  4. Taxation law Professional
  5. Legal practice as a Barrister
  6. Criminal lawyer

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