Tamilnadu Law College Admission through CET - Madras High Court

Tamilnadu Law College Admission through CET - Madras High Court

Admission of students to the law colleges in Tamil Nadu is to be regulated by holding a competitive common entrance Test (CET), the Madras High Court said on Monday.

Framing a set of measures to restore the glory of the institution and to improve the legal education , the First Bench comprising Chief Justice A K Ganguly and Justice F M Ibrahim Kalifulla observed that the measures should be strictly implemented in the interest of the students, their parents and the public at large.

The Bench said that admission of students was to be reorganised and if necessary one more law college within the city might be opened. The heritage building of the law college should be renovated and restored to its original stature.

The Bench further said the sanctioned strength of the teaching faculty should be increased. The salary of part-time lectures to be increased from Rs 5,500 to not less than Rs 10,000 per month. The remuneration of guest lecturer/advocate to be increased from Rs 100 per hour with a maximum of Rs 4,000 per month to not less that Rs 500 per hour to a maximum of Rs10000 per month.

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