Eligibility for Admission :
To be eligible for admission, the candidate must be a graduate of any faculty either of this University or of any other University whose degrees are recognized as equivalent of the corresponding degree of this University.

Examination :
The Diploma examination shall be held at the end of every academic year on the dates to be announced by the university.

Standard and grades of Passing –
a) Each paper shall carry 100 marks.
b) A candidate who secures minimum of 35% marks and an aggregate of 50% on the whole shall be declared to have passed the examination in the Second class.
c) A candidate who secures minimum 35% of Marks in each paper and 60% in the aggregate shall be declared to have passed in the First Class.
d) In addition to paragraphs (b) and (c) above if any candidate secures 75% and above marks any subject he shall be declared to have obtained distinction in the said subject.

Rules Regarding Exemption –
a) A candidate who obtains at least 50% of the total marks, in a paper shall at his option, be exempted from appearing in the paper/s in accordance with the standard of passing laid down above.
b) A student who fails in the aggregate and secures less than 50% marks in the Field Work will be required to repeat the paper during the subsequent examinations.

The Course of Study :
Compulsory papers :
1. Paper I – Industrial Relations.
2. Paper II – Social Security Legislation.
3.Paper III – Laws of Wages and Principles of wage fixation.
4. Paper IV – Legislation affecting condition of work.
5. Paper V – Field Work.

(a) Maintenance of Journal – 25 Marks.
(b) Study Tour Reports – 50 Marks
It shall consist of visits to mines, industries, industrial courts, government departments, labour union offices, Employee’s State Insurance Corporation Offices, Labour Welfare centers, Labour Colonies etc., as assigned.
(c) Viva-Voce – 25 Marks.