There shall be examinations at the end of each semester, for odd semester in the month of October / November; for even semester in April / May.
A candidate who does not pass the examination in any course(s) may be permitted to appear in such failed course (s) in the subsequent examinations to be held in October / November or April / May. However candidates who have arrears in Practicals shall be permitted to take their arrear Practical examination only along with Regular Practical examination in the respective semester.
A candidate who does not pass the examination in any course(s) may be permitted to appear in such failed course (s) in the subsequent examinations to be held in October / November or April / May. However candidates who have arrears in Practicals shall be permitted to take their arrear Practical examination only along with Regular Practical examination in the respective semester.A candidate should get registered for the first semester examination. If registration is not possible owing to shortage of attendance beyond condonation limit / regulation prescribed or belated joining or on medical grounds, the candidates are permitted to move to the next semester. Such candidates shall re-do the missed semester after completion of the course.
PG students shall be required to take up a Project Work and submit the Project Report during the second year.The Head of the Department shall allot the Guide who in turn will suggest the Project Work to the students. Two typed copies of the Project Report shall be submitted to the Department before the due date and one copy will be forwarded to the Controller of Examinations.
For the Project Report, the maximum marks will be 80 per cent and for the Viva-Voce 20 per cent (If in some programmes, if the project is equivalent to more than one course, the project marks would be in proportion to the number of equivalent courses).
Each candidate shall be required to appear for Viva-Voce Examination (in defence of the Project only).
Students must have 75% of attendance in each course to apear for the examination.
Students who have 70% to 74% of attendance shall apply for condonation in the prescribed form with the prescribed fee.
Students who have 60% to 69% of attendance shall apply for condonation in prescribed form with the prescribed fee along with the Medical Certificate.
Students who have below 60% of attendance are not eligible to appear for the examination. They shall re-do the semester(s) after completion of the programme.
The performance of a student in each course is evaluated in terms of percentage of marks with a provision for conversion to grade points. Evaluation for each course shall be done by a continuous internal assessment by the course teacher concerned as well as by an end semester examination and will be consolidated at the end of the course.
Attendance is not taken as a component for continuous assessment, even though the students should put in a minimum of 75% attendance in each course.
In addition to continuous evaluation component, the end semester examination, which will be a written-type examination of at least 3 hours duration, would form an integral component of the evaluation.
The ratio of marks to be allotted to continuous internal assessment and to end semester examination is 25 : 75.
The evaluation of laboratory component, wherever applicable, will also be based on continuous internal assessment as 40:60 and on an end-semester practical examination.
The procedures for the conduct of the Semester Examination and valuation will be evolved by the office of the Controller of Examinations in consultation with the Examination Committee.
Classes will be awarded separately for Part I, Part II and Part III. Marks alone will be awarded for Part IV.
Grades will be awarded for Part V Courses. Marks obtained in Part – III Allied Courses, Core Course s, Elective Courses and Extra Disciplinary Courses will be taken into consideration for awarding the class in the overall performance of the student with grading system.
There is provision for re-valuation, re-totalling and transparency (Xerox) of answer scripts for UG& PG on payment of Rs.300/- per paper in each case.
There is provision to permit passed students who are willing to improve their marks by appearing End Semester Examinations in the immediate subsequent End Semester Examination only, provided the student is without arrears till that semester. Usual fees per paper will be collected. While filling the Examination application form, student should specify the improvement separately. Only one chance per paper will be given.
UG/PG students with arrear in only one paper (from first to final semester) will be permitted to write the Instant exam on the payment of Rs.500/- for that paper. The Instant exam will be normally conducted within 15 days of declaration of results of the final semesters. However, the re-do and malpractice cases, if any, are not eligible to appear for Instant exam.
The College may from time to time revise, amend and change the regulations and the curriculum, if found necessary.
Once the marks of the CIA and Semester Examinations for each course are available, they will be added. The marks thus obtained will then be graded. From the second semester onwards the total performance within a semester and continuous performance starting from the first semester are indicated by Grade Point Average (GPA) and Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA).