75% attendance  is mandatory for appearing the  end semester examinations


Assessment Procedure: Continuous internal evaluation will be carried out during the course period

Internal Evaluation

Internal Evaluation: Sessional examinations will be conducted in each semester and marks obtained will be sent to the University.

University Examination

There shall be University Examinations at the end of each semester. Students should register for all subjects of the end semester examination of each semester. A candidate who does not register will not be permitted to attend the end semester examinations and he/she will not be promoted to the next semester.

Eligibility for appearing the examination

    1. Student should have successfully completed the course for the semester.
    2. For those who happen to be absent from any internal examination owing to any unforeseen circumstances, he/she can appear for examination only with the permission of the Principal.
      For this, he/she should meet the Principal along with his/her parent and convince him the genuineness of the case by submitting necessary proof. If the principal is fully convinced, the student will be allowed one chance for writing the examination after remitting an application fee of Rs.200/- for each paper.
    3. Should have not less than 75 % of attendance for the particular semester. If the candidate has shortage of attendance he/she should repeat the course by joining the immediate junior batch. There are no supplementary examinations. A candidate is allowed to improve the results of any subject by writing the examination of his/her immediate junior batch.
      However, no candidate is permitted to improve the marks for practical/internal examination.
      A candidate is allowed to withdraw from the whole examination of a year in accordance with the rules for cancellation of examinations of the University.
    4. A student can join and study in the ensuing semester and take the examination of that semester irrespective of the results of the examination of the previous semester provided he/she/has completed all the formalities of attendance, payment of fees due to the University and registration for the examinations in the earlier semesters. No candidate shall be allowed to take external examination three times for each subject. A candidate must register for all the subjects in a year to appear for the examination in the respective year.
      Part appearance is not allowed.

Scheme of Examination and Result

There is continuous evaluation for each subject through internal and external exams. Internal evaluation will be conducted by the faculty handling the course. End semester examinations of all subjects will be conducted by the university. There shall be three sets of examinations at the end of each semester of 3 hours duration for each subject.

The minimum marks required for a pass is 50% for the end semester exams.

From 2013-14 onwards out of the total 20 marks for internal assessment (subject to a minimum of 2 tests for each course) the distribution of periodical tests 10 marks, assignments 5 marks, and attendance 5 marks.

Classification of Results

Each candidate shall secure a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate (i.e. marks of internal assessment and external examination for each course) for a pass.

  • Below 50% – Fail
  • Above 50% and below 60% – Second Class
  • Above 60% and below 75% – First Class
  • Above 75% – First Class with Distinction.

Improvement of marks

A student is permitted to take improvement examination only during the chance immediately after the first appearance. There will be no supplementary examinations. However, no candidate shall be permitted to improve the marks for practical/internal examination.

Exam Monitoring Cell

An Examination Monitoring Cell is functioning in the Institute with a senior faculty member as Convener and other faculty as members. CCTV Cameras are installed in all the examination halls. Students can lodge their complaints, if any, regarding the conduct of examinations, award of marks and any allegation of victimization to the Principal for remedial measures.