The award of a scholarship or financial assistance is subject to the conditions mentioned in the Punjab Law Colleges Rules 2004. In particular, the following conditions apply:
(a) A scholarship, award/prize, or fee concession cannot be claimed as a right, and may be awarded for an academic year or part of it at the discretion of the College authorities.
(b) Such students alone as qualify B.A./B.Sc/B.Com or LL.B-I or LL.B-II in an Annual Examination are eligible for a scholarship.
(c) The marks obtained in an optional subject shall not count towards the percentage prescribed for a scholarship or fee concession.
(d) In case of LL-B-II and LL.B-III students, the tuition fee already paid shall be refunded proportionate to the scholarship awarded, on the declaration of the result of LL.B-I or LL.B-II.
(e) The award of Allama Iqbal Scholarship, Fatima Jinnah Scholarship, PLC Incentive Scholarship, PLC Fraternity Scholarship and PLC Hifz-e-Quran Scholarship and the grant of fee concession is also subject to the performance in the written test/interview conducted by the College.
(f) A candidate desirous of seeking any scholarship or fee concession, will apply on the prescribed `Scholarship Application Form', or, as the case may be, `Fee Concession Application Form', along with the Admission Form, and no request for the purpose will be entertained at any subsequent stage.
(g) Only one scholarship at a time would be admissible, and the students who avail themselves of any scholarship will not be entitled to `fee concession' and vice versa.
(h) The decision of the College authorities with reference to any scholarship, award/prize or fee concession shall be final.
(i) Subject to rule 26 of the Punjab Law Colleges Rules 2004, a scholarship or fee concession may be withdrawn at any time if-
(1) the student concerned has less than 80% attendance;
(2) if he does not obtain at least 55% marks in the College tests/examinations;
(3) if he does not take active part and interest in Tutorials and other College activities;
(4) if the basis of the grant of scholarship, incentive or fee concession is found forged or fraudulent; or, if it ceases to exist;
(5) if he does not fulfil the conditions assigned to the scholarship, incentive or fee concession;
(6) if he is guilty of `misconduct', or, if he violates any rules, regulations, order or instructions; and
(7) if his conduct and behaviour have otherwise been unsuitable or objectionable; and
(j) a fee concession may not be extended for the next academic year for any reasons mentioned at (i) above, or if a student does not secure at least 45% marks in the University examination relevant for the purpose.