(a) Academic Council shall mean the academic council of the University.(b) Academic Programme shall mean a programme of courses and/or any other component leading to the two- year M.A. in Business Laws.(c) Academic Year is a period of nearly 24 months devoted to completion of requirements specified in this Regulation.(d) Course Coordinator means the Course Coordinator appointed by the University for the two-year M.A. in Business Laws.(e) M.A. in Business Laws means the two-year M.A. in Business Laws as approved by the Academic Council.(f) Student shall mean a candidate admitted to the two year M.A. in Business Laws course of National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata.(g) University shall mean National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata.(h) Vice-Chancellor shall mean Vice-Chancellor of National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata.
ACADEMIC PROGRAMME CONTENT, DELIVERY & DURATION
(a) M.A. in Business Laws course shall comprise of a number of courses and/or other components as approved by the Academic Council.(b) The content of the course shall be delivered online through a secure learning management system (LMS), and will be available for 3 years from the official date of commencement of the batch. Beyond this time, a student may retain the content of the course for further use after the completion of the course by paying a renewal fees payable to content provider (if specified), on an annual basis and as specified from time to time or any such means as decided from time to time.(c) Unless specifically allowed, the content may not be available for download or in hard printed copy, although you may keep your browser tab open for accessing it offline. However, checklists, flowcharts or other actionable documents shall be available in a downloadable and printable form.(d) Any circumvention of technological methods to access, print or download content will be liable to be prosecuted under applicable laws. The content is licensed only to the student of the M.A. in Business Laws course, sharing of login details with any other person is not permitted. The University can from time to time devise such measures as necessary to deliver content in a secure manner.(e) The minimum period required for completion of a programme shall be one year. Migration of a student from one batch to another is not permitted under usual circumstances. Under special circumstances, it may be considered and a migration fee may be charged. In case the student is unable to take out time for the final exam, he or she may attempt the re-exams as specified below.(f) University can adopt such procedures, rules and regulation at any point of time during the course which might be necessary to maintain academic standards and to ensure secured delivery of content, even though it might adversely affect an individual or a certain group of students.
The candidate must have completed his/her graduation or equivalent qualification from a recognized University or must be in the final semester of his/her graduation course to be eligible for taking admission into the M.A. in Business Laws Course. At the time of starting the course, the candidate must be a graduate.
(a) A Student shall appear in the re-examination by paying a re-examination fee as may be prescribed from time to time, as and when it is held, and secure the minimum marks.(b) Only students who have failed to secure required marks in accordance with rules of the course will be eligible for re-examination. For removal of doubts, it is clarified that there will be no examination for improvement of marks.
USE OF UNFAIR MEANS
All cases regarding reported plagiarism and use of Unfair Means in the examination shall be placed before a Standing Committee on Unfair Means to be constituted by the Course Coordinator for decision in individual cases, and for recommending penalties, if any.
AWARD OF DEGREE
A student shall be awarded the Degree if;(a) He/She has enrolled himself/herself has undergone the course of studies, completed the tests/drafting exercise/assignments as specified in the curriculum within the stipulated time and secured the minimum marks or the grade equivalent to that.(b) There are no dues outstanding in his/her name.(c) The student has sent the hard-copy documents to the University and the same have been approved by the University.
ISSUANCE AND DELIVERY OF CERTIFICATE AND TRANSCRIPTS
(a) All students who meet the criteria for issuance of a Degree under Clause 6 will be issued a Degree. It can take up to 10 months to issue the certificate after successful completion of the course.(b) Students can apply for issuance of transcripts of the program by paying an appropriate fee as notified from time to time.(c) All certificates will be dispatched through a reputed courier company or India Post. In case a courier is returned, the student may have to pay the cost of handling and re-couriering the documents.
RIGHT TO USE AND PUBLISH YOUR INFORMATION
Hereby you are granting iPleaders and NUJS rights to use your name, photograph and any work you produce as part of coursework to promote the course in a reasonable and truthful manner. You are hereby authorising us that the assignments submitted by you, if found to be of a sufficiently high quality, may be published in journals and blogging platforms in your name to showcase the work of our students and alumni. You also agree that iPleaders will have unlimited and unrestricted (in terms of geography and time) license to publish the works produced by you during your participation in the course for promotion of the course.
PUBLICATION OF ASSIGNMENTS
You are free to publish any of the course work or assignment that you have written yourself and is an original work in any online or offline publication provided that you specify that the article was produced as a part of this course and a web link (mbl.nujs.edu) of the course is provided along with such clarifications. This will help us to establish that you have submitted original work for assignment and not re-submitted your previous work and also help in enhancing the stature of the course.
REMOVAL OF DOUBTS
Notwithstanding anything stated in this document for any unforeseen issues arising, and not covered by these terms and conditions, or in the event of differences of interpretation, the Vice-Chancellor may take a decision as he/she may deem fit. The decision of the Vice-Chancellor shall be final.
Notwithstanding anything contained herein, the University may amend and implement the rules, whenever required, in the interest to maintain standard of academics and any process related to admission or delivery of content.