The recommendation came after a BCI committee, who are also the apex regulatory body for legal education in India, submitted an adverse report about the infrastructure and quality of education in these centres.
The said report was sent to Delhi University on August 6, is also expected to resolve a legal tangle that has been going on since 2014.
The move will also pave the way for admission counselling that will begin at the law faculty after two postponements.
There are three Law centres – Campus Law Centre, Law Centre-I and Law Centre-II that come under DU.
They were granted a provisional extension of affiliation for their 2014-15 session after the University had proposed to shift these centres to a new building which it claimed, “had adequate space” to run these faculty properly.