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(1) Each subject consist of 70 marks- 50 marks for university examination and 20 marks for internal evaluation which is done continuously throughout the year and shall consist of heads such as assignments, library work, unit tests, class participation, punctuality and sincerity of student in attending lectures.
(2) Each student is required to pass in internal evaluation and external university examination of each subject separately.
(a) The minimum passing score in each subject head ( internal and university separately ) is 07 out of 20 in UG & 08 out of 20 in PG and 17 out of 50. Those who fail in more than 50% subjects in the internal evaluation will not be allowed to appear for university examination. For the post graduate students the minimum passing score is 40%.
(b) Second class is awarded to a student getting 48% marks or more in the examination. An aggregate score of 48% in the internal and university examination is not enough. 48% is must in the university examination and in internal evaluation separately.
(c) First class is awarded to students getting 60% marks or more in the examination. An aggregate score of 60% in the internal and university exam is not enough. 60% is must in the university examination and in internal evaluation separately.
(3) Exam form will be withdrawn if a student does not have 75% attendance.
(4) A student who fails to appear in the internal examination will not be allowed to sit for the university exams and his / her form would be withdrawn.
(5) Internal marks Structure:
UNDER GRADUATE COURSES
|faculty||Internal Test + Attendance + Lib. Work / Assignments =Total|
|Arts||10 + 5 + 5 = 20|
|Commerce||10 + 5 + 5 = 20|
POST GRADUATE COURSES
|faculty||Internal Test + Attendance + Group Discuss / Assignments =Total|
|Arts||10 + 5 + 5 = 20|
|Commerce||10 + 5 + 5 = 20|
- Each student compulsorily has to appear in more than 50% of course in internal test.
- Even if the student is pass in more than 50% of the course in internal tests, still the exam form would be withdrawn.
1 .Academic Council Dated 5/4/2013 Resolution No.6
2. Syndicate Dated 26/7/2013 Resolution No. 56
Examination Regulations for Undergraduate, Post Graduate and Diploma Courses
These Regulations shall be called “Examination Regulations for Undergraduate, Post Graduate and Diploma Programmes”
2. These regulations shall be applicable to the programs of Arts, Science, Commerce, Rural Studies and Computer Science and Information Technology faculties.
3. Faculties other than mentioned above may implement these regulations after passing necessary resolutions in competent statutory bodies of the university.
4. They shall come into effect from the batch of academic year 2013-2014.
5. Grading System shall be as follows:
|Description||Class||Range of% of Marks Where passing Standard
|Range of% of
|1||Dropped||Fail||0 to <10||0 to <10||F|
|2||Dropped||Fail||I 0 to <20||1 0 to <20||F|
|3||Dropped||Fail||20 to <30||20 to <30||F|
|4||Dropped||Fail||30 to <40||30 to <36||F|
|5||Average||Pass Class||40 to <50||36 to <50||E|
|6||Fair||Second Class||50 to <60||50 to <60||D|
|7||Good||First Class||60 to <70||60 to <70||C|
|8||Very Good||Distinction||70 to <80||70 to <80||B|
|9||Excellent||Distinction||80 to <90||80 to <90||A|
|10||Outstanding||Distinction||90 to <100||90 to<100||0|
6. SGPA:Semester Grade Point Average shall be given at the end of each semester, the formula to SGPA 11 be SGPA =?(Grade Point X Credit) / (Total Credit of a particular semester).
7. YGPA: Yearly Grade Point Average shall be given at the end of each year, i.e. YGPA for the 1st year will be given at the end of 2nd semester, YGPA for the 2nd year will be given at the end of 4th semester and so on.The formula to calculate YGPA shall be YGPA = ? (Grade Point of a course of the year X Credit)/(Total Credit of the courses of odd and even semesters of respective year).
8. CGPA: Cumulative Grade Point Average shall be given at the end of each program, i.e. at 6th semester if aparticu1ar program is of 6 semesters. The formula to calculate CGPA shall be CGPA =? (Grade Points obtained in a courses of last two semesters of the program X Credit)/(Total Credits of courses of two semesters of the programme).
9. (GP. SGPA. YGPA and CGPA shall be calculated on the basis marks of only the university Examination of a course i.e.if in a course there is bifurcation of 30 (Internal), 70 (external) and 100 (total), the head of7O (i.e. external) will be considered for computing GP, SGPA, YGPA and CGPA
10. Formula for converting the CGPA into Percentage shall be: Percentage (%) = (Obtained CGPA/ 10) * 100 Example: ifthe CGPA is 6.88 the percentage will be: (6.88/10) 100=68.8%
11. Passing a Course: There shall be two separate components of passing; (i) at external and (ii) at internal. To pass a course candidate shall have to secure the percentage of marks required for passing in both the components independently, for example if the passing standard is 36% a candidate shall have to secure minimum 36% in both the heads independently i.e. 25 out of 70 and 11 out of 30.
However, the deficiency of internal component can be made up by scoring more marks in external component so that the combined marks of two components are 36% or more.
12. The exemption from appearing in an examination of courses (paper) shall be same as passing standard of that course/paper.
13. Gracing of Marks: Gracing shall be given as per the prevailing Ordinances, the Grade, Grade point, SGPA, YGPA and CGPA shall be determined after adding the grace marks. However, no gracing marks will be added under the provision of ordinance —148
14. ATKT System:
|Total courses/papers||One has to pass a minimum of 3/5 (three-fifth) 60% of the total courses /papers to be eligible for ATKT||Total courses/papers||One has to pass a minimum of 3/5 (three-fifth) 60% of the total courses /papers to be eligible for ATKT|