The schedule of these items along with their credit points for each semester shall be as per rules formulated by the Academic Council from time to time.
At the end of each semester, there shall be an examination (hereinafter called end-semester examination) conducted by the University as per programme announced at the beginning of each academic year.
Back paper examinations, if any, shall be held with the normal end semester examination.
Students with backlogs shall clear their backlog subjects along with regular students of lower semester(s) in subsequent year or in the same year if a subject is offered in both semesters.
There shall be Special examinations after the final semester examination for 3rd to final semester subjects. Students who have gone through the final semester examinations are eligible to appear at the Special examinations. Students who have appeared at the semester examinations (3rd to final semester) and secured ‘F’ grade in the subjects, are eligible to avail this opportunity to clear these subjects. Students, after completing of final semester examination, can register in any number of subjects (failed) for the Special Examinations. The Special Examination will start after 30th June every year.
Students who have secured ‘M’ or ‘S’ Grade in any subject(s) are not eligible to appear Special Examinations. However, such students can appear at the Regular Semester Examinations to clear such subjects and if they fail they can appear at the next Special Examinations.
The Special examination shall be held only at selected centres.
There are two internal examinations with duration of 1 hour each, carrying 15 marks each per semester.
The pattern of question paper for internal examination is as follow
Short type questions: 6 Nos. X 2 Marks = 12 Marks
Long type questions: 3 Nos. X 6 Marks = 18 Marks
Total Marks= 30
The Awardees mark will be calculated from 15 marks for each internal.
Surprise Test consists of 5 Marks
Quiz Test consists of 5 Marks
Assignment consists of 5 Marks
Attendance consists of 5 Marks
Dos in the examination hall:
One has to ensure that they are fully attentive both physically and mentally during an exam. Avoid any kind of distraction. The focus should only be on the paper to be attempted. Carry all necessary items required to write the paper to boost your confidence and minimize distracting others as well.
02. Neat Handwriting
Do not take your handwriting lightly. A good and neat handwriting looks very impressive. It plays on the subconscious mind of the examiner in a very positive way and may fetch you more marks.
03. Content of answer must be of Quality
For excellent marks, your answer should be rid of any unwanted trash. There is an incorrect notion in the minds of the students that the more they write, the more marks they will get. It is a wrong perception. Marks are given for quality not for quantity. Be knowledgeable in your answers and score more.
04. Check your grammar
Poor grammar and spellings spoil the overall effect of an answer. As far as possible be grammatically correct and avoid spelling errors. Do not write abbreviated words as you would when you are texting on whatsApp.
05. Balancing the writing
As a student, it is critical to understand the weight every question carries as far as the marks allotted for the same are concerned. Writing an elaborate answer for a 2 mark question will fetch you no bonus marks. Similarly writing a brief answer for a questioned assigent 10 marks will fetch you minimum marks.
06. Review of answer Paper
While you allocate time for each answer, please allocate time to review what you just wrote. Here you can check if you have numbered your answers correctly, you may even highlight some important points that are crucial to the answer.