End Semester Examination
Besides the Semester System, the University follows Credit based Evaluations. A student has to maintain 75% attendance to appear for an Examination. The students have to undergo regular internal assessments and extensive project work.
The Examination system has been computerized fully. The University is also preparing its own Question Bank to eliminate dependency on external paper setters and ensure adherence of Examination schedule.
Examination & Evaluation Centres
All the affiliated institutions are actively involved in the smooth, efficient and timely conduct of Examination. Some of them have also taken the lead in accepting the onerous task of getting the answer scripts of certain academic programmes evaluated and thus enabling the University in the declaration of results as per preannounce schedule.
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Unless otherwise specifically notified in course curriculum of a course , the following modified rules shall be applicable as per ordinance :-
The Examination division of the university shall conduct Examination for the regular students who have undergone a regular course of study in the university or an Institution/College affiliated to the university three times during the semester. The first terminal test will be conducted approximately at the end of the 6 th week, second at the end of 12 th week and third and final semester Examination will be held after the 17 th week of teaching or for a period specified for a course of study in the curriculum. The schedule of Examination shall be notified by this duration from time to time.
The students who have secured an attendance less than 75% in a course shall not be allowed to take up the end semester Examination. The names of students who are not found to be eligible to take the end semester Examination in the various courses shall be treated as cancelled for those courses and if it is a core course, the students shall have to register themselves again when it is offered next.
Besides above mentioned three terminal Examination in a semester, there will be other sessional assessments based on class tests term assignments and paper presentation etc. The students shall be informed in advance about the nature of assignment and procedures to be followed.
A minimum weightage of 30% will be given to the two terminal tests and 50% to the end semester Examination. The system of assessing the students for the remaining 20% will be notified from time to time.
Practical subjects will carry a weightage of 60% of marks for the tests and 40% for the end semester Examination.
The results of Ist and 2 nd semester tests shall be declared by the individual group co-ordinator. There shall be no formal declaration of results of tests. However, the results of the final semesters shall be declared formally.
The students shall have the option of clearing back papers in which they had secured less than 50% marks in a given semester, provided the course is being offered in that semester and the students are in regular touch with the relevant group co-ordinator , the teacher and completes the necessary assignments, projects, term papers etc. The students desirous of improving their performance shall be required to attend the classes of these papers and under go the process of evaluation.
A student wishing to clear a back paper may be required to attend classes during the summer vacation on the choice of group co-ordinator and the teacher of the particular course subject to the payment of prescribed fee.Every student shall apply on prescribed Examination form with Examination fee as prescribed by the University from time to time within the due dates notified.