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Asked on: 9/26/13, 6:19 am

I am a govt. employee. Taking due permission from my office, i took admission in the LLB 3Year Course. I never attended the classes but appeared annually in the examinations and passed out. During the course, i worked in the office and marked presence in the attendance register except for the days of leave taken for the examination. Now i have also applied for the attendance certificate to procure the bar license. The question is- the office has issued me the show-cause as to how i managed the degree without attending the classes since it was crystal clear in the permission i would not be allowed to hamper the working of the office. To the office i submitted that attended the office regularly and never attended the classes. What would be the outcome as thousands of govt. employee as well as students are appearing the way i did.

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