"Decision Regarding DU L.L.B. Seats Should Be Made Afresh", Delhi HC To BCI
By Team Legistify / 2017-06-14

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The Delhi High Court today directed the Bar Council of India’s Legal Education Committee to submit the findings of its inspection report of Delhi University’s Faculty of Law by June 24.

On Friday, a BCI team carried out the inspection of the Faculty of Law to determine whether it has the requisite capacity to accommodate 2310 students in its law course. The report was placed before the court in a sealed cover.

The team consisted of former Patna High Court judge Justice VN Sinha, former Uttarakhand High Court judge Justice Rajesh Tandon, Vice-Chancellor of NLIU Bhopal Prof SS Singh , Vice-Chancellor of HNLU Raipur Prof Sukh Pal Singh , BCI Joint Secretary Ashok Kumar Pandey, Assistant Secretary of BCI’s Legal Education Department N Senthil Kumar and Dinesh Pathak, Member BCI.

In the last hearing , Dean of the Law Faculty Prof. Ved Kumari had submitted that the Faculty had already paid Rs. 11.5 lakh to the BCI for inspection in January 2017, but the same had not been carried out as yet.

Counsel for the BCI Preet Pal Singh stated that the inspection report will now be placed before the Legal Education Committee of the BCI and it will take a call as to whether the varsity can be allowed to admit 2310 students in its law course. He further stated that the deliberations will take place on June 17, 18 and 19.

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