Surviving the second wave of coronavirus pandemic, the Bar Council of India, BCI decided for final year students. BCI said that students on final year enrolled in law schools and universities and centers of legal education have to appear for exams.
The Council runs legal education in India. It said that schools and universities have the chance to decide to determine the mode of exam.
BCI COMMITTEE OF CONDUCTING EXAMS
The Bar Council of India set up a high-level committee. The committee made a report according to which it took the decision. Moreover, the committee was made under the chairmanship of the former Chief Justice of Allahabad High Court, Justice Govind Mathur.
The committee includes vice-chancellors of different law and private universities.
Legal Education centers will conduct exams of intermediate and final year students. They will observe the Resources first and analyze the impact of the pandemic in that region. So, BCI said that it will not issue guidelines to hold intermediate and final year students.
MODE OF EXAMS THAT BCI ISSUED
So, the BCI kept it compulsory for final year students to appear for exams. There are various modes of exams from which students have to choose. The mode are online, offline, blended, online OBE, research paper, or assessment-based evaluation.
LAW STUDENTS WROTE TO BCI
So, the committee includes several law students. They altogether wrote to the council to clear the guidelines and mode of exams. However, students are in favor of opting for alternate methods of assessment.