EXAMINATION RULE

EXAMINATION RULES:

COLLEGE EXAMINATIONS

(a)The following examinations will be conducted by the college and non-appearance of students shall be viewed seriously.
  (i) 1st year of +2 stream - Half Yearly & Annual
  (ii) 2nd year of +2 stream - Half Yearly & Test.
      The Annual CHSE Exam. as per the programme of the Council.
  (iii) +3 Odd Sem. - 1st,3rd & 5th-  June to December
  (iii) +3 even Sem. - 2nd, 4th & 6th - January to June
(b)Absence from any examination in whole or part will make a student liable for the fine as decided by the staff council from time to time.
(c)Application for exemption from appearing at the examination will not ordinarily be entertained. In exceptional case application for exemption made by parent or guardian duly supported and endorsed by the concerned proctor may be considered.
(d)Infringement of any rule printed on the cover page of the answer book will be regarded as breach of discipline. A student found adopting unfair means in the examination is liable to detention or any action as deemed fit by the Principal.
(e)A student will ordinarily be allowed to be promoted to the next higher class if he/she has attended 75% of the lectures. In case of the candidates producing M.C the total percentage of lecture attended must be atleast 60%.
(f)Certificate of illness (M.C) must be produced from a doctor not below the rank of an Assistant Surgeon, or any Medical Practitioner.
(g)Appearance at the Test/Annual Exam is obligatory for all regular students as per the rule.
(h)Defaulter’s test will be conducted for the students who come under the following clause.
   If he/she has failed to appear in any of the college examination due to illness.
(a)Late Admission
(b)Illness (on prodction of M.C) within one week of the commencement of the examination in the subject.
(c)Absence from the college on account of extra-curricular activities of the college.
N.B.: All applicants for permission to appear in Defaulter Test should come through the respective proctor and the lecturer of the concerned subject.

Rules for Promotion :

1.The Staff Council will frame rules from time to time for promoting students of 1st year classes to the next higher class or for sending up of the candidate to appear at the University/CHSE Examination.
2.Deliberate absence from any of the college examinations is an offence punishable with fine, the amount of which is Rs.50/- in total. However, a student may be exempted from an examination on valid ground for which a timely application should be sent to the Principal along with a certificate from a doctor not below the rank of Assistant Surgeon or any registered medical practitioner.
3.Senting up of the candidate for the University Examination depends on the marks obtained in the college examination and the conduct of the student. The Principal has the righ to debar a student from appearing at the University examination if he is of the opinion that the said student is of a bad character and may create indiscipline in the University Examination.
4.Misbehaviour with any member of the staff of the college will be seriously viewed and the decision taken by the Principal in such case shall be final and binding.
5.Students are required to attend 75% of lectures in each subject both in theory and practical separately in order to be eligible for promotion to next higher class.However in exceptional cases the academic syndicate may cosider to condone
  the defficiency of attendance to the extent of 15%.

PASS MARK  AND CLASSIFICATION OF SUCESS :

Aggregate mark for passing the Degree shall the sum total of the aggregate of all the semester examinations taken together.
The sucess of a candidate will be awarded on the following basis :
a) Pass without Hons -  A  minimum of 30% in each subject and a minimum of  36% in aggregate in subjects otherthan Honours  and less than 45% but not less than 36% in Honours subject.
b) Pass with Distinction without Hons. - A  minimum of 30% in each subject and a minimum of  36% in aggregate in subjects other than Honours  and and a minimum of  50% in aggregate  for Pass and    Honours subjects combined in first appearance.
C) Second Class Hons. - A  minimum of 30% in each subject and a minimum of  36% in aggregate in subjects otherthan Honours  and a minimun of 45% in Honours subject. 
d) Second Class Hons. with Distinction - In addition to Second class Honurs a minimum of 50% marks secured in subjects other than Honours in first appearance.
e) First Class Hons. -  A  minimum of 30% in each subject and a minimum of  36% in aggregate in subjects otherthan Honours  and a minimun of  60% marks in Honours subject.
f) First Class Hons. with Distinction - In addition to first class Honurs a minimum of 50% marks secured in subjects other than Honours in first appearance.
With Practical Subjects
* To pass a candidate must have secured a minimum of  30% of marks in theory paper(s) taken together in a subject and a minimum of 40% of marks in practical papers other than Honours subjects provided he/she has secured the minimum aggregate marks.
* In order to secure Honours, a candidate having practical subject, must have to secure a minimum of  45& marks in theory paper(s) taken together and a minimum of 40% marks in practical paper(s) taken together in Honours subject.

BACK & IMPROVEMENT EXAMINATION

a) A student has to clear back papers in which he secures grade ‘F’ or below 30% of marks in subcequent examination within six years from the admission.
b) A student may appear improvement(repeat) examination in Honours papers/papers securing below 45% of marks in the immidiate subsequent examination. The higher marks shall be retained. The candidate securing grade below “C” ( below 45%) in the core (Hons) papers will be declared as Pass without honours.
PASS CRITERIA  IN + 2 (CHSE)
a) 30% of Marks in each subject both in theory and 40% in practical separately.
b) 35% of marks in aggregate.
c) 1st Division 60% 
d) 2nd Div. 50% 
e) 3rd Div. 35%
 

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