Assessment Norms

UG Programme

About UG Programme Pattern
All UG programmes follow semester system (six semesters) where a semester has ninety working days. All courses are assigned credits. In addition every UG student should earn two credits through “Life Skills Education” and two credits from “Extra-Curricular/Extension Activities” for awarding Graduation Degree.

Assessment Norms – UG Programme
Students’ academic performance is assessed throughout the semester based on the following:
• Performance in Mid Term Examination and Term Practical Examination (Internal Examination)
• Assignment
• Attendance
• Record work/Class work
• Performance in End Semester Examination

Life Skills Education – Guidelines

  • All UG students should earn two NCCC credits by completing 30 hours of Life Skills Education (LSE). Certification in Life Skills Education is mandatory and cannot be substituted by any other course/activity.
  • The training on Life Skills Education is offered by the Centre for Life Skills Education of the college.
  • The course is scheduled at the beginning of the academic year as part of the Induction Programme. For students who are unable to complete the LSE at the beginning of the programme due to unavoidable circumstances, a special session is held during the month of November (during the first semester holidays).
  • The credits earned through Life Skills Education shall be depicted in the Fourth semester marks card.
  • Students failing to earn the two credits through Life Skills Education before the commencement of the second semester have to register for the same and undergo LSE training before the commencement of third semester. Students failing to do so will have ‘Reappear’ status depicted in their Fourth Semester Marks Card.
  • Students failing to earn the two credits for Life Skills Education during their UG programme will not have ‘Pass’ Status and are not eligible for Graduation.
  • Extra-Curricular and Extension Credits (EEC) - UG Programme

  • All UG students under the Autonomous system should earn two credits as Extra-curricular and Extension Credits (EEC) during the first four semesters of the UG Programme.
  • The credits earned shall be depicted in the Fifth semester marks card.
  • Students who do not earn the two EEC credits within first three semesters have to register for the add on courses offered by the respective department and attend the same in order to earn the two credits by the fourth semester of the UG programme.
  • Students failing to acquire two EEC credits by the end of fourth semester shall have Reappear status depicted in their Fifth Semester Marks Card.
  • Students failing to achieve the two EEC credits during their UG programme shall not have ‘Pass’ status and are not eligible for award of graduation certificate.
  • EEC Credits can be earned by the following means:
    1. Guidelines for Award of Credits for Student Participation in Literary & Cultural Activities

    A total of two (2) credits shall be awarded to a student during the semesters I – IV if he/she fulfills any one of the below mentioned criteria / requirements and upon producing the relevant documents to the Controller of Examinations.

  • Representing the College / University & winning any of the Literary / Cultural competitions at the South Zone Inter-University Youth Festival or National Youth Festival as an individual / member of the winning team duly certified by the AIU / hosting University and acknowledged by the Principal of the college. Hereby the Institution acknowledges the effort and time put in by the student in view of preparation and qualifying at the University level for zonal and National level competitions.
  • Representing the College & winning any of the Literary / Cultural competitions at the University Level as an individual / member of the winning team duly certified by the hosting University and acknowledged by the Principal of the college. The student should have won the 1st or 2nd Prize.
  • Participation with regularity and due discipline in Training sessions (Choir / Theatre / Dance / Music) organized by the college with full attendance of 30 hrs during one semester that will be equivalent to 1 credit. Therefore, a student has to complete 60 hours of training in a span of 2 semesters to earn 2 credits. The attendance record shall be duly approved by the Staff in-charge and certified by the Principal.
  • Participation with regularity and due discipline in Musical Instrument Certification Course organized by the college, such as Guitar Certificate Course, with full attendance of 30 hrs during one semester and pass in respective practical and theory examination. The same shall be duly certified by the Staff in-charge and the Principal.
  • Any other activity undertaken by students, found to be significantly worthy, to be considered as unique / exemplary in nature decided by the Principal and Vice-Principal.
  • 2. a) Outstanding Sports Achievement (First/Second position at the University
    Tournament/Athletic Meet conducted by the University or First/Second/Third position in the Zonal/National Level Tournament/Athletic Meet conducted at the Inter University level).

    b) Students who are regular (minimum 85 % of attendance in each semester) in the training sessions organized by the college for any two semesters (within first three semesters) in Sports and Games events.

    3.Membership in Jayantian Extension Services(JES) – NCC / NSS / CSA and being an active member of the same during the first four semesters of the UG Programme, fulfilling the regulations laid down by the respective Unit /Association.

    3.1 NCC – Norms for earning EEC
    Students who does not have any NCC Certification before joining our college
    These cadets are awarded the two EEC Credits if they satisfy the following conditions:

    a) Cadets achieve the eligibility criteria to appear NCC B Certification Examination
    b) After passing B Certification Examination cadets should continue in the NCC until
    NCC C Certification Examination. If a cadet fails to achieve the eligibility to appear for NCC C Certification Examination his/her EEC Credits are liable for cancellation.
    Students who already have NCC B Certification before joining our college
    These cadets are awarded the two EEC Credits if they satisfy the eligibility criteria to appear NCC C Certification Examination.

    3.2 NSS - Norms for earning EEC
    Criteria for students attending the camp
    A student should have 50% attendance in the other regular NSS activities if he is taking up at least one special camp in 2 years ( 62 hours).
    Criteria for students not attending the camp
    A student should have 80 % attendance in NSS regular activities (30 hours in Two years).

    3.3 Centre for Social Activities (CSA) - Norms for earning EEC

    A volunteer

    • Should be part of the CSA for a minimum of first four semesters of the UG programme
    • Should attend minimum thirty hours duration of activities organized by the CSA

    Students who attend add on course with not less than 85% attendance and completed / passed the respective course are eligible for two EEC credits. Add on courses include:
    • CIMA Course (BBA 2017 Batch students onwards)
    • Company Secretary & Chartered Accountancy Course (B.Com. Professional students and registrants from other programmes)
    • ACCA Course (B Com ACCA students)
    • Civil Service Examination Training Course
    • Dhakshina Bharat Hindi Prachara Sabha Examination Training Centre
    • Foreign Language Course
    • Specific Add On courses offered by the respective department
    • Online Courses(suggested by the department)
    • Training programmes or workshops offered/organized by the college for enhancing skills in areas such as Theatre, Guitar, Choir, Dance.

    Marks Distribution for UG Courses [2021 Batch] (NEP Implementation)

    Four Credit Theory Course
    Formative Assessment (FA) Marks: 40 + Summative Assessment (SA) Marks: 60 = Total Aggregate Marks: 100
    Formative Assessment (FA) Components
    • MTE I (Offline Examination): 15 Marks
    • MTE II (Online MCQ Examination): 10 Marks
    • Assignment / Seminar / Field Visit: 10 Marks
    • Class Participation: 5 Marks

    Three Credit Theory Course
    Formative Assessment (FA) Marks: 30 + Summative Assessment (SA) Marks: 45 = Total Aggregate Marks: 75
    Formative Assessment (FA) Components
    • MTE I (Offline Examination): 15 Marks
    • MTE II (Online MCQ Examination): 5 Marks
    • Assignment / Seminar / Field Visit: 5 Marks
    • Class Participation: 5 Marks

    Two Credit Theory Course
    Formative Assessment (FA) Marks: 20 + Summative Assessment (SA) Marks: 30 = Total Aggregate Marks: 50
    Formative Assessment (FA) Components
    • MTE (Online Examination): 10 Marks
    • Assignment / Seminar / Field Visit: 5 Marks
    • Class Participation: 5 Marks

    Two Credit Practical Course
    Formative Assessment (FA) Marks: 25 + Summative Assessment (SA) Marks: 25 = Total Aggregate Marks: 50
    Formative Assessment (FA) Components
    • Mid Term Practical Examination / Project Review: 10 Marks
    • Observation / Practical Classwork: 10 Marks
    • Practical Record / Report: 5 Marks

    Value Based One Credit Course (Yoga/Sports/Cultural)
    Total Aggregate Marks: 25
    • Online Sessions: 10 Marks
    Online Examination(MCQ’s): 15 Marks

    About UG Programme Pattern
    All UG programmes follow semester system (six semesters) where a semester has ninety working days. All courses are assigned credits. In addition every UG student should earn two credits through “Life Skills Education” and two credits from “Extra-Curricular/Extension Activities” for awarding Graduation Degree.

    Life Skills Education – Guidelines

  • All students should earn two NCCC credits by completing 30 hours of Life Skills Education (LSE). Certification in Life Skills Education is mandatory and cannot be substituted by any other course / activity.
  • The training on Life Skills Education is offered by the Centre for Life Skills Education of the college.
  • The course is scheduled at the beginning of the academic year as part of the Induction Programme. For students who are unable to complete the LSE at the beginning of the programme due to unavoidable circumstances, a special session is held during the month of November (during the first semester holidays).
  • The credits earned through Life Skill Education shall be depicted in the Fourth semester marks card.
  • Students failing to earn the two credits through Life Skill Education before the commencement of the second semester have to register for the same and undergo LSE training before the commencement of third semester. Students failing to do so will have ‘Reappear’ status depicted in their Fourth Semester Marks Card.
  • Students failing to earn the two credits for Life Skills Education during their UG programme will not have ‘Pass’ Status and are not eligible for Graduation.
  • Extra-Curricular and Extension Credits (EEC) - UG Programme

  • All UG students under the Autonomous system should earn two credits as Extra-curricular and Extension Credits (EEC) during the first four semesters of the UG Programme.
  • The credits earned shall be depicted in the Fifth semester marks card.
  • Students who do not earn the two EEC credits within first three semesters have to register for the add on courses offered by the respective department and attend the same in order to earn the two credits by the fourth semester of the UG programme.
  • Students failing to acquire two EEC credits by the end of fourth semester shall have Reappear status depicted in their Fifth Semester Marks Card.
  • Students failing to achieve the two EEC credits during their UG programme shall not have ‘Pass’ status and are not eligible for award of graduation certificate.
  • EEC Credits can be earned by the following means:
    1. Guidelines for Award of Credits for Student Participation in Literary & Cultural Activities
    A total of two (2) credits shall be awarded to a student during the semesters I – IV if he/she fulfills any one of the below mentioned criteria / requirements and upon producing the relevant documents to the Controller of Examinations.
    • Representing the College / University & winning any of the Literary / Cultural competitions at the South Zone Inter-University Youth Festival or National Youth Festival as an individual / member of the winning team duly certified by the AIU / hosting University and acknowledged by the Principal of the college. Hereby the Institution acknowledges the effort and time put in by the student in view of preparation and qualifying at the University level for zonal and National level competitions.
    • Representing the College & winning any of the Literary / Cultural competitions at the University Level as an individual / member of the winning team duly certified by the hosting University and acknowledged by the Principal of the college. The student should have won the 1st or 2nd Prize.
    • Participation with regularity and due discipline in Training sessions (Choir / Theatre / Dance / Music) organized by the college with full attendance of 30 hrs during one semester that will be equivalent to 1 credit. Therefore, a student has to complete 60 hours of training in a span of 2 semesters to earn 2 credits. The attendance record shall be duly approved by the Staff in-charge and certified by the Principal.
    • Participation with regularity and due discipline in Musical Instrument Certification Course organized by the college, such as Guitar Certificate Course, with full attendance of 30 hrs during one semester and pass in respective practical and theory examination. The same shall be duly certified by the Staff in-charge and the Principal.
    • Any other activity undertaken by students, found to be significantly worthy, to be considered as unique / exemplary in nature decided by the Principal and Vice-Principal.

    2. a) Outstanding Sports Achievement (First/Second position at the University
    Tournament/Athletic Meet conducted by the University or First/Second/Third position in the Zonal/National Level Tournament/Athletic Meet conducted at the Inter University level).
    b) Students who are regular (minimum 85 % of attendance in each semester) in the training sessions organized by the college for any two semesters (within first three semesters) in Sports and Games events.

    3.Membership in Jayantian Extension Services(JES) – NCC / NSS / CSA and being an active member of the same during the first four semesters of the UG Programme, fulfilling the regulations laid down by the respective Unit /Association.
    3.1 NCC – Norms for earning EEC
    Students who does not have any NCC Certification before joining our college
    These cadets are awarded the two EEC Credits if they satisfy the following conditions:
    a) Cadets achieve the eligibility criteria to appear NCC B Certification Examination
    b) After passing B Certification Examination cadets should continue in the NCC until
    NCC C Certification Examination. If a cadet fails to achieve the eligibility to appear for NCC C Certification Examination his/her EEC Credits are liable for cancellation.
    Students who already have NCC B Certification before joining our college
    These cadets are awarded the two EEC Credits if they satisfy the eligibility criteria to appear NCC C Certification Examination.

    3.2 NSS - Norms for earning EEC
    Criteria for students attending the camp
    A student should have 50% attendance in the other regular NSS activities if he is taking up at least one special camp in 2 years ( 62 hours).
    Criteria for students not attending the camp
    A student should have 85 % attendance in NSS regular activities (30 hours in Two years).

    Assessment Norms - UG Programme

    Students' academic performance is assessed throughout the semester based on the following:
    Performance in Mid Term Examinations
    Assignment
    Attendance
    Performance in End Semester Examinations

    Evaluation is based on Continuous Internal Assessment (CIA) which carries 30% weightage (30 marks out of 100) and End Semester Examination (ESE) which carries 70% weightage (70 marks out of 100).

    Life Skills Education - Guidelines

    • All UG students under the Autonomous system should earn the add on course credits (two credits) by completing the Life Skills Education (LSE).
    • The training on Life Skill Education is offered by Centre for Life Skills Education of the college.
    • The course is being conducted at the beginning of the academic year (beginning of UG programme). For those students who are unable to complete the LSE held at the beginning of the programme due to unavoidable circumstances special session on LSE will be held during the month of November (during the first semester holidays).
    • The credis earned through Life Skill Education shall be depicted in the Fourth semester marks card.
    • Students failing to earn the two credits through Life Skill Education before the commencement of the second semester have to register for the same by remitting the requisite fee and undergo LSE training before the commencement of third semester. Students failing to do so will have Reappear status depicted in their Fourth Semester Marks Card.
    • Certification in Life Skills Education is mandatory. This cannot be substituted by any other add on course.
    • Students failing to earn the two credits for Life Skills Education during their UG programme will not have Pass Status and are not eligible for Graduation.

    Extension Credits - Guidelines

    • All UG students under the Autonomous system should earn three credits as extension credits during the first four semesters of the UG Programme.
    • Extension credits(three credits) shall be depicted in the Fifth semester marks card.
    • Students failing to acquire three extension credits by the fourth semester shall have Reappear status depicted in their Fifth Semester Marks Card.
    • Students who do not earn the three extension credits within first three semesters have to register for the add on courses offered by the respective department by remitting specified fee and attend the same in order to earn the three credits by the fourth semester of the UG programme.
    • Students failing to achieve the three extension credits during their UG programme shall not have pass status and are not eligible for awarding graduation certificate.

    Choice Based Credit System
    Under Graduate and Post Graduate students follow Choice Based Credit System. UG students have the freedom to choose among the different courses offered by other deaneries during the fourth semester of their UG programme. PG students have the freedom to choose among the different courses offered by the deaneries during the third semester/trimester of their PG programme.

    Criteria for Promotion to the next Semester/Trimester

    • Under Graduate or Post Graduate students who are not having more than Sixty percentage of attendance without considering medical leave shall not be eligible for promotion to the subsequent semester/trimester.
    • Under Graduate or Post Graduate students who do not appear for End Semester/Trimester Examinations of two consecutive semesters/trimesters are not eligible for promotion to the subsequent semester/trimester.
    • Under Graduate or Post Graduate students who have not applied for End Semester/Trimester Examinations by paying the due examination fee are not eligible to be promoted to the subsequent semester/trimester.

    PG Programme

    PG Programme – Semester Pattern
    PG programme follow semester pattern (except for MBA which follow trimester pattern). MA / M Sc. / M Com / MSW programme span across four semesters where each semester will have 90 working days.MCA programme span across six semesters where each semester will have 90 working days.2020 Batch onwards MCA programme span across four semester.MBA programme span across six trimesters where each trimester will have 60 – 65 working days.

    Assessment Norms – PG Programme

    • Performance in Mid Term Examination
    • Assignment
    • Seminar
    • Activity Based Component (Case Study/Minor Project/Paper Presentation)
    • Record work/Classwork

    Guidelines for earning Non-CGPA (NCCC) Credits through Co-Curricular and Extension Credits (CEC) [PG Programme]

  • All PG students (except MBA/ M. Com / M. Com FA) should earn four credits through CEC as Co-Curricular and Extension Credits during the four Semester of the PG programme.
  • Students of MBA, M. Com and M. Com FA will earn eight credits through CEC.
  • The credits earned shall be depicted in the respective semester marks card
  • Students failing to acquire the respective CEC credits assigned for each semester shall have Reappear status depicted in their respective Semester Marks Card.
  • Students failing to achieve the total CEC credits during their PG programme shall not have ‘Pass’ status and are not eligible for awarding post-graduation certificate.
  • Table IV: Co-Curricular and Extension Credits (CEC) – PG Programme

    Programme

    Sem/ Trim

    Course Code

    Course Title

    Credits

    Master of Social Work

    I

    MLE5A2A01

    Life Skills Education for Social Work Professionals

    2

    II

    MGS502A01

    Gender Sensitization Training

    2

    Master of Science - Psychology

    II

    MRP5R2A01

    Research Paper Presentation/ Publication

    2

    MOL502A01

    Online Course specified by the Department

    2

    IV

    MPY5A2A01

    Psychoeducation and Fieldwork

    2

    Master of Science – Counselling Psychology

    II

    MRP5R2A01

    Research Paper Presentation/ Publication

    2

    MOL502A01

    Online Course specified by the Department

    2

    IV

    MRC5R2A01

    Research Colloquium

    2

    Master of Arts - Journalism and Mass Communication

    III

    MEX5A2A01

    Extension Activity

    2

    MIP5R2A01

    In-house Publication

    2

    IV

    MOL502A01

    Online Course

    2

    MRP5R2A01

    Research Paper Presentation/ Publication

    2

    Master of Arts -  English Literature

    II

    MEX5A1A01

    Extension Activity

    1

    III

    MIP5R1A01

    In-house Publication

    1

    MTP5A1A01

    Theatrical Production

    1

    IV

    MOL502A01

    Online Course

    2

    MRP5R2A01

    Research Paper Presentation / Publication

    2

    Master of Science –Computer Science

    I

    MTC5S1A01

    Technical Community Presentations

    1

    II

    MIE5A1A01

    Industry Exposure

    1

    MWK5A1A01

    Workshop

    1

    III

    MKT5S1A01

    Knowledge Transfer Sessions

    1

    MOL501A01

    Online Course

    1

    IV

    MAE501A01

    Aptitude Enhancement Sessions

    1

    MRP5R1A01

    Research Paper Presentation/ Publication

    1


    Programme

    Sem/ Trim

    Course Code

    Course Title

    Credits

    Master of Computer Applications

    I

    MTC5S1A01

    Technical Community Presentations

    1

    II

    MIE5A1A01

    Industry Exposure

    1

    MWK5A1A01

    Workshop

    1

    III

    MKT5S1A01

    Knowledge Transfer Sessions

    1

    MOL501A01

    Online Course

    1

    IV

    MAE501A01

    Aptitude Enhancement Sessions

    1

    MRP5R1A01

    Research Paper Presentation/ Publication

    1

    Master of Science –Biotechnology

    II

    MEX5A1A01

    Extension Activity

    1

    III

    MIE5I2A01

    Industry Institution Exposure

    2

    IV

    MRE501A01

    Research Empowerment Seminar

    1

    Master of Science –Microbiology

    II

    MEX5A1A01

    Extension Activity

    1

    III

    MIE5I2A01

    Industry-Institution Exposure

    2

    IV

    MRE501A01

    Research Empowerment Seminar

    1

    Master of Commerce

    III

    MEX5A2A01

    Extension Activity

    2

    MTA5A2A01

    Teaching Assignment

    2

    IV

    MOL504B01

    Online Course

    4

    MRP5R2A01

    Research Paper Presentation/ Publication

    2

    Master of Commerce – Financial Analysis

    III

    MEX5A2A01

    Extension Activity

    2

    IV

    MOL504B01

    Online Course

    4

    MRP5R2A01

    Research Paper Presentation/ Publication

    2

    Master of Arts – Economics

    II

    MEX5A2A01

    Extension Activity

    2

    MOL502A01

    Online Course

    2

    IV

    MRP5R2A01

    Research Paper Presentation/ Publication

    2

    MTA5A2A01

    Teaching Assignment

    2

    Master of Business Administration

    I

    MRE5A1A01

    Rural Exposure Programme

    1

    II

    MCI5A1A01

    Corporate Interface Programme

    1

    III

    MCI5A1A01

    Corporate Interface Programme

    1

    VI

    MOL504B01

    Online Course

    4

    MRP5R1A01

    Research Paper Presentation/ Publication

    1

    About UG Programme Pattern
    All PG programmes(except MBA) follow semester system where a semester has ninety working days. MBA programme follow trimester system and has sixty to sixty five working days in a trimester. All courses are assigned credits. In addition every PG student should earn “Extra-Curricular/Extension Activities” credits mentioned in the respective curriculum for Graduation.

    Guidelines for earning Non-CGPA(NCCC) Credits through Co-Curricular and Extension Credits (CEC) [PG Programme]

  • All PG students should earn four credits through CEC as Co-Curricular and Extension Credits during the first four/five semesters/trimesters of the PG Programme
  • Students of MBA & MCA prgrammes earn five credits through CEC
  • The credits earned shall be depicted in the respective semester marks card
  • Students failing to acquire the respective CEC credits assigned for each semester shall have Reappear status depicted in their respective Semester Marks Card.
  • Students failing to achieve the total CEC credits during their PG programme shall not have ‘Pass’ status and are not eligible for awarding post-graduation certificate.
  • Co-Curricular and Extension Credits (CEC) – PG Programme

    Programme

    Sem/Trim

    Title

    Credits

    MSW

    1

    Life Skills Education for Social Work Professionals

    2

    2

    Gender Studies

    2

    M Sc. Psychology /
    M Sc. Psychological Counseling

    1

    Research Colloquium

    1

    2

    Research Colloquium

    1

    4

    Research Paper Publication / Presentation/ Online Course – specified by the Department

    2

    3

    In-house Media Production / Extension Activity

    2

    MA Journ. & Mass Communication

    4

    Research Paper Publication / Presentation/ Online Course – specified by the Department

    2

    3

    In-house Publication / Extension Activity

    2

    MA English Literature

    4

    Research Paper Publication / Presentation/ Online Course -specified by the Department.  

    2

    4

    Research Paper Publication / Presentation/ Online Course -specified by the Department.  

    2

    M Sc. Comp. Sc.

    I - IV Semester
    I - V Semester

    Research Paper Presentation  / Publication (1 Credit)

    4
    5

    Online Course (Specified by the Department) (1 Credit)

    Knowledge Transfer Sessions (1 Credit)

    Technical Community Presentations (1 Credit)

    Rural Exposure Programme (1 Credit)

    Workshop / Training / Meet-up / Seminars (1 Credit)

    Aptitude Enhancement Sessions (1 Credit)

    Tech Talk Sessions (1 Credit)

    Software Development (1 Credit)

    MCA

    I - V Semester
    4

    Research Paper Presentation  / Publication (1 Credit)

    5

    Online Course (Specified by the Department) (1 Credit)

    Knowledge Transfer Sessions (1 Credit)

    Technical Community Presentations (1 Credit)

    Rural Exposure Programme (1 Credit)

    Workshop / Training / Meet-up / Seminars (1 Credit)

    Aptitude Enhancement Sessions (1 Credit)

    Tech Talk Sessions (1 Credit)

    Research Methodology (Add-on Course)

    M Sc. Biotechnology

    3

    Essentials of Plant Biotechnology/ Animal Biotechnology *

    1

    3

    Social Outreach Programme / Extension Activity

    3

    Internship

    1

    3

    Industry Interface Activity

    1

    4

    Knowledge Empowerment Seminar

    4

    Research Empowerment Seminar

    1

    2

    Research Methodology (Add-on Course)

    M Sc. Microbiology

    2

    Essentials of Food Microbiology/ Environmental Microbiology *

    1

    2

    Social Outreach Programme / Extension Activity

    3

    Internship

    1

    3

    Industry Interface Activity

    1

    3

    Knowledge Empowerment Seminar

    4

    Research Empowerment Seminar

    1

    4

    Research Empowerment Seminar

    M Com. /
    M.Com FA

    3

    Rural Exposure Programme / Online Course

    2

    Research Paper Presentation/Publication/ Teaching Assignment

    2

    MA (Economics)

    3

    Rural Exposure Programme / Online Course

    2

    Research Paper Presentation/Publication/ Teaching Assignment

    2

    MBA

    1

    Corporate Interface Programme

    1

    2

    Corporate Interface Programme

    1

    3

    Corporate Interface Programme

    1

    4

    Online Course (Specified by the Department)

    1

    6

    Research Paper Presentation / Publication

    1

    Assessment Norms - PG Programme
    Students' academic performance is assessed throughout the semester/trimester based on the following:
    Performance in the Mid Term Examinations
    Assignment
    Seminar
    Case Study/Mini Project/Paper Presentation
    Performance in End Semester/Trimester Examinations

    Choice Based Credit System
    Under Graduate and Post Graduate students follow Choice Based Credit System. UG students have the freedom to choose among the different courses offered by other deaneries during the fourth semester of their UG programme. PG students have the freedom to choose among the different courses offered by the deaneries during the third semester/trimester of their PG programme.

    Criteria for Promotion to the next Semester/Trimester

    • Under Graduate or Post Graduate students who are not having more than Sixty percentage of attendance without considering medical leave shall not be eligible for promotion to the subsequent semester/trimester.
    • Under Graduate or Post Graduate students who do not appear for End Semester/Trimester Examinations of two consecutive semesters/trimesters are not eligible for promotion to the subsequent semester/trimester.
    • Under Graduate or Post Graduate students who have not applied for End Semester/Trimester Examinations by paying the due examination fee are not eligible to be promoted to the subsequent semester/trimester.
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