July 5, Office of Dean, Faculty of Law, Tribhuvan University has revoked its decision regarding the number of seats in Bachelor of Laws LL.B program. Now, there are 800 seats in Nepal Law Campus and 500 seats each for six campuses for Bachelor of Laws LL.B program. A few days ago the Dean's Office had scrapped the seat limitation in Bachelor of Laws (LLB) program.
On Jestha 19, 2075, the Dean's Office had allocated 800 seats in Nepal Law Campus and 500 seats each for six campuses running the program. Different Students' Union protested against this decision of the Dean's Office. As a result of the protests, a meeting was held between Students' Union and TU officials which reached an agreement on Ashadh 14 to revoke the seat limitation and allow the interested students to get admission in constituent campuses from Ashadh 21.
Again from Ashadh 15, protests were carried out by the students of Nepal Law Campus and they padlocked the Dean's Office. The agreement between Students' Union and Dean's office to admit an unlimited number of students was also criticized and protested by Nepal Progressive Teachers Association, Democratic Teachers Association, Tribhuvan University Teachers Association and Nepal Law Campus Unit Committee. The Entrance Examination Committee for LL.B had protested against the decision and padlocked the Dean's Office.
Dean of Faculty of Law, Prof. Dr. Tara Prasad Sapkota appeals to all concerned to cancel the protest and maintain an academic environment in the campuses. Expressing his apology regarding the delay in publication of the entrance examination result he informed that the result of the entrance examination will be published as soon as possible.
View the notice of Dean's Office to enroll a limited number of students in LL.B: