Entrance Exams and Quota to study Bachelor in Laws at Tribhuvan University

2018-03-01

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Kathmandu, March 1 (RSS): Those wishing to pursue Bachelor degree in Law are required to pass the entrance exams, according to a new provision recently enforced by the Office of the Dean, Faculty of Law.

The Dean's Office has allocated limited seats for the programme among various colleges running the programme (500 seats for Nepal Law Campus, and 150 for other three campuses running the programme). 
The Nepal Law Campus has set the entrance exams for the programme for April 8, and the last deadline for filling out the form is March 12 to 29. 

Campus chief DN Parajuli said the quota system was introduced to increase quality education in the field of law. "We cannot take many students for lack of adequate physical infrastructure. So we resorted to the move," he said. 
Meanwhile, student unions like unit committee of the All Nepal National Free Students' Union padlocked the main gate of the campus and the Office of the Dean to protest the enforcement of the quota system. They have also demanded scraping the system.