EXAMINATION SYSTEM RULES & GUIDELINES
All Undergraduate courses follow a semester pattern with respect to the Teaching and Evaluation process. The Academic year is divided into Two Semesters. Each Semester has two Internal Examinations and an End-Semester Examination.
Choice Based Credit System (CBCS):
Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) is introduced in the college for both UG & PG from the Academic Year 2015 – 2016.
- Elective Course allows the flexibility in education system – choice for students to select from the prescribed offered papers.
- Offers opportunities and avenues to learn beyond the core subjects for the holistic development of an individual and allows easy mobility of the students.
- Makes education broad-based and at par with global standards.
Outline of Choice Based Credit System:
Core Course: To be compulsorily studied by a student as a core requirement to complete the requirement of a programme in a said discipline of study.
Elective Course is a course which can be chosen from a pool of papers
- Generic Elective: Unrelated discipline/subject
- Discipline centric: Main discipline/subject
Ability Enhancement Course
- Ability enhancement Compulsory Course: For Knowledge enhancement(mandatory)
- Skill Enhancement Courses: value-based and skill-based
- SEC papers Max Marks:50 (Int:20 ESE:30) only one internal will be conducted.
- Minimum 40% is Pass Mark
- No Supplementary Examination for those who completed 6 semesters study
- SGPA Shown in Semester Grade Report (No SGPA if fail in any one of the paper)
- CGPA is awarded after passing in all 6 semester papers
- SEC Grade will be Included in SGPA & CGPA
- No Part I & Part II Separation in final Results
Only Grades & Credits indicated in the Grade Report
NOTE: Marks will not be shown in Grade report
Grades and Grade Points:
|Marks||Qualitative Meaning||Grades||Grades Point|
|85 and Above||Outstanding||O||10|
|Less than 40||Fail||F||0|
|SGPA=Sum of Credit Points Obtained in semester/Total no.of credits in that Semester|
Examination System For UG Programmes
Examination system has two components –Continuous Internal Assessment (CIA) &End Semester Assessment (ESA).
Total Marks: 100 (40 for CIA and 60 for ESA)
Total Marks: 50 (20 for CIA and 30 for ESA)
Continuous Internal Assessment (CIA)
a. Theory Papers
- Internal – I Examination – 30 marks
- Internal – II Examination – 30 marks
- Skilled Based Test (SBT) – 10 marks
Total: (Internal – I + Internal – II) / 2 + SBT = 40 marks
b. Practical Papers
Internal Practical Exam: 20 marks (Viva- voce, Record submission, Execution)
Note: No Re-Examination will be conducted if the student is absent for internals (The rule applies for both theory and practical papers).
End Semester Assessment (ESA)
- Written Examination for each subject is conducted for 60 marks with a duration of 3 hours.
- Students have to secure a minimum of 24 marks (40%) out of 60 in End Semester Examination and a total of 40(CIA+ESA) marks out of 100 marks to pass in every subject.
b. Practical Papers
- Practical Examination for each subject is conducted for 30 marks with duration of 3 Hours.
- Students have to secure a minimum of 12 marks (40%) out of 30 in End Semester Practical Examination and a total of 20(CIA+ESA) marks out of 50 marks to pass in every subject.