Indore: The delay in LLB and BA-LLB final semester examination results by Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has put career of many LLM aspirants in jeopardy as their admission in master’s degree cannot be confirmed without bachelor’s degree course results.
“We have admitted students provisionally in LLM course but approval to their admissions could not be obtained online from Department of Higher Education (DHE) in absence of final semester results,” said Akshay Bam, chairman of Indore Institute of Law.
He said that without approval from DHE, the admissions won’t be valid. Law colleges with minority institute status are allowed to admit students in offline mode but colleges need to upload names and eligibility details of students on DHE’s portal.
All law colleges in the city have minority status so they have given provisional admissions in offline mode to LLM aspirants. But the provisional admissions would be confirmed only when the students furnish final semester exam results of their qualifying exams so that they can be uploaded on DHE’s portal.
LLB and BA-LLB final semester exams were held two months back. Since then, results are awaited. Deputy registrar (exams) Prajwal Khare said, “We don’t have enough hands to produce results as most of our employees have been pressed into election duty. I can’t guarantee the results but we will try our best to declare them,” said Khare. The last date for admissions in colleges is August 14. If results of LLB and BA-LLB exams are not declared by then, all admissions in LLM course would be cancelled.