Doctor of Civil LawsUniversity of Delhi
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Doctor of Civil Laws
The Degree of Doctor of Civil Laws will be awarded on the merit of the published work of the candidate which he has produced independently. He may also present in support of his candidature (i) unpublished work and (ii) the work, published or unpublished, which he has done jointly with others.
The candidates work must contain such result as mark an advance in knowledge in his particular field.
The candidate shall not submit for consideration any work for which a degree has already been conferred on him in this or any other University.
(a) Applications for submitting a work shall be made to the Registrar and shall be accompanied by (i) a list of the candidate s publication and (ii) a statement showing in what respect the candidate s investigations appear to him to advance the cause of his particular field of study (iii) a statement indicating if he has submitted the work to any other University for such a degree giving the name of the University and the time of submission.
(b) The Board of Research Studies concerned shall seek such advice as it may deem necessary to satisfy itself that the conditions for submission of the work have been fulfilled by the applicant.
The application will then be considered by the Board of Research Studies concerned, and if approved the candidate shall be permitted to submit four copies of his work to the Registrar.
Every work shall be referred to a Board of three examiners all of whom shall be external examiners. In this respect the names of examiners for work for Doctor of Civil Laws shall be recommended by the respective Boards of Research Studies instead of by Committee of Courses and Studies.