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Scheme of Examination

Each course shall be comprised of Mid semester assessment test and End- semester examination. The responsibility of conduct and evaluation of the Mid semester assessment test lies with the course coordinator.
 The End semester examination shall be conducted by the university and question papers shall be set by the controller of examinations except skill and value-added courses. The mid semester assessment marks awarded to the students in each course shall be displayed on the notice board well in advance, at least one week before the commencement of end semester examination . The evaluation of the skill and value-added courses will be internal Practicals/Tutorials as applicable in a course (major/minor) are extension of the theory programme in an inbuilt (3+1) credits course i.e03 credits of theory and 01 credit of practical/tutorial.
 However, 02 credits major course of semester 5 will have only theory component. Each four credits paper will have 75 marks for theory and 25 marks for practical/tutorial. The break-up for 75 marks for theory paper shall contain 15 marks for mid semester assessment test and 60 marks for end semester examination.
 There will be continuous assessment of 10 marks and final examination of 15 marks for practical/tutorial component in each course.
 The 03 credits paper shall be of 75 marks consisting of 60 marks for external examination and 15 marks for mid semester assessment test. All 02 credit courses shall be of 50 marks, comprising 40 marks for external examination and 10 marks for mid semester assessment test.
Note :-
 (i) A candidate who fails in the Internal Assessment (Theory) shall be given one more chance within fifteen days from the declaration of the result of the same.
 (ii) In case of failure/re-appear category the Internal Assessment earned by the candidate as a regular student shall be carried forward to the subsequent examination.
 (iii) The evaluation of the skill and value-added courses will be internal.
Summer Internship: Each student is required to undergo 02 credits of internship comprising 50 marks in 5th semester. The board of studies will formulate suitable internship programme in their respective subject in a way to impart practical knowledge to the students and proper assessment of the internship course.
 The designated Internship Supervisor will monitor the progress and evaluate student internship course at the end of semester on the basis of Internship Report/Seminar presentation/viva-voce. The evaluation of the internship course shall be internal.
Research project/Dissertation: Students pursuing Under Graduate Degree (Research) shall be required to undergo a Research Project/Dissertation of 12 credits (300 marks) in 8th semester.
 The respective board of studies shall formulate the curriculum of research project / dissertation comprising of credit distribution out of 12 credits along with instructions regarding time bound completion of the project. A separate guideline shall be issued with regard to the evaluation of the Research project/Dissertation.



A semester end external examination under four years under graduate programmes (FYUGP) as per NEP 2020 shall be open to the following categories of students:
 (A) A regular student i.e , a student who has undergone a regular course of study in a college offsite campus for the period specified for that course of study by having been on the rolls of the college offsite campus immediately preceding the examination and has his/her name submitted to the controller of examinations by the concerned college offsite campus where he/she has pursued the course for the examination and has fulfilled the following conditions to be certified by the college principal rector/director of offsite campus concerned:

(i). He/she has been a student of good conduct

(ii). He/she has attended not less than 75% of the lectures delivered including seminars, tutorials, practical's etc. in each course opted by him/her in that semester

(iii).He/she has secured pass marks in internal assessment in at least 75% of the papers.

(iv). He/she has paid the prescribed fee.

(B) Students who after having undergone a regular course of study and having completed all conditions of eligibility for appearance in a courses) in a semester examination including minimum attendance requirement and having passed in internal assessment and either failed to pass the semester examination in that subject/paper(s) or been unable to appear in the examination in that subject/paper(s) will be eligible to appear as a private candidate in the examination by submitting his/her application on the prescribed form in online/offline mode along with prescribed fee to reach the controller of examinations within the dates fixed for the purpose.


Any candidate who participates in games, cultural and other co-curricular activities as defined below with the prior approval of the Principal/Director concerned shall, for the purpose of condoning deficiency in attendance incurred by him/her on account of such participation, shall be treated as present on all the working days during the days of his/her absence on such account for a period of 15 working days in a semester programme subject to maximum of 30 working days in a year.
 State representation in International/All India Competitions organized by agencies which are recognized by the Board of Sports and Youth Welfare.
 State representation in International/All India Competitions organized by agencies which are recognized by the Board of Sports and Youth Welfare.
 Participation in the Inter-University Competitions held under the aegis of a university or any other recognized Institution as a member of the University team.
 Participation in the Inter-College Competitions organized by the University as a member of the team of participating Institutions.
 Participation in the N.C.C.,N.S.S.and National Integration Samiti activities as a member of recognized Institutions.
 Participation in the Coaching Camps/Rehearsals prior to participation as a member of State or University team in the National/All India/ Inter-University Competitions.
 Participation in the Mountaineering/Hiking/Trekking/Skiing/Rock-Climbing or other such activities organized under the aegis of the State Government/University as a member of the Institution affiliated/recognized by the University.
Note: For Outstanding cases (requiring attendance waiver due to duty beyond 15 days) special permission may be sought from the Vice Chancellor/Competent Authority on recommendation of the Principal/Director Concerned.





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