Rituraj Singh
CET cell of Maharashtra has sought help from the Bar Council of India (BCI) to frame the syllabus of the law entrance test

CET cell  of Maharashtra has sought help from the Bar Council of India (BCI) to frame the syllabus of the law entrance test

MUMBAI: The state's CET cell has sought help from the Bar Council of India (BCI) to frame the syllabus of the law entrance test for the next academic year on the direction of the Bombay high court.

The authorities have sent the syllabus prescribed for the current year to the council to seek their opinion and accordingly make changes. The council, which had given provisional approval to many of the colleges, will start inspection of the colleges in the state from January.

A CET for admissions to law colleges was introduced for the first time this year. While, a law to govern the admission all private colleges was introduced last year in September, the CET Cell released the notification for admissions in May this year. The syllabus was also released around the same time. A student who moved court in June sought the cancellation of the test stating that the syllabus of any test has to be declared at least six months before the exam. Though the court allowed the conduct of the test, it had asked the state to include BCI members while framing the syllabus.

A BCI member said that the council is yet to go through the syllabus and will recommend modifications if needed.

 Source: Times of India

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