The University of Punjab has recently announced the supplementary examination datesheet 2020 for students of LLB (5 years). The supply exams are going to be held in January 2020 for all LLB students. The exam duration for some exam is approximately 2 hours and for some exam is 3 hours for each subject. All students must know that the LLB written exam timings are from 02:00 pm to 05:00 pm. However, on Friday, the exam timings will be from 02:30 pm to 05:30 pm. Punjab University has announced the datesheet into three parts i.e part-1, part-2 and part-3. In order to get further updates keep visiting our website.
Part-1 Supplementary Examination 2020
The part-1 supply examination will be started from Thursday 16th January 2020 for the exam of English-I. The part-1 exams will remain until Thursday 30th January 2020 for the exam of Sociology-I.
Part-2 Supplementary Examination 2020
The University of Punjab part-2 supply examination will be started from Friday 17th January 2020 for the exam of Pak Studies with the examination timing of 02:30 pm to 04:30 pm. Students must keep exam timings in order to attempt the paper within 2hours. This supply exam session of part-2 will remain until Friday 31st January 2020 for the exam of IT Skills with the examination timing of 02:30 pm to 04:00 pm.
Part-3 Supplementary Examination 2020
For part-3 supply examination 2020, the students will appear for the exam on Thursday 16th January 2020 for the exam of Islamic Jurisprudence. However, the part-3 supply exams session will remain until Thursday 30th January 2020 for the exam of Criminal Law.
Prepare Your LLB Supply Exams
The students who are unable to pass their exams are given the chance to clear their exams by the Punjab University. In order to pass your LLB exam, you can easily prepare your supplementary exams from our website. We provide students with LLB past papers, PU past papers, LLB part-1 past papers, LLB part-2 past papers, LLB part-3 past papers, LLB part- 4 past papers and LLB part-5 past papers. These papers are solved so that students can easily get an idea about how to attempt their exams in order to qualify with high marks.