Examination and Evaluation Pattern

Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)
  • Choice Based Credit System is introduced from 2004-2005 onwards
Elective Courses
  • Each department will offer one to three elective papers. Soft Skills and Non-Major electives are compulsory
  • Each course is planned and designed to create a framework that includes Lecture / Tutorials / Laboratory work/ Seminar/ Project Work/ Practical Training/ Internship/ Report Writing/ Viva Voce to meet effective teaching & learning. Consultation with Subject Experts who have taught the same or similar courses to adopt their successful strategies & teaching philosophies is carried out to help the students to learn in terms of content, cognitive development. Blooms taxonomy with increasing knowledge levels of complexity is adopted in planning the units & course content. Each course enables the student to study effectively, succeed at university level, learn problem solving & enrich critical thinking skills.
Evaluation Pattern
  • CIA (Continuous Internal assessment) - Evaluation will be done on a continuous basis.
Components for CIA
  • 1. Test
  • 2. Quiz
  • 3. Seminar
  • 4. Assignment
  • 5. Attendance
External Assessment
  • The end semester examination is a written examination. Minimum Pass Mark in each paper (CIA & External together) for
    Under Graduate is 40% and Post Graduate is 50%
  • Candidates are permitted to apply for revaluation after referring the soft copy of the paper along with the subject teacher within a week from the date of publication of results by paying the prescribed fee of Rs.200/- per paper
  • The student should submit request for revaluation in the prescribed format and pay a fee of Rs. 500/- per paper.
Supplementary Examinations
  • Outgoing students who have failed in one theory paper in the last semester examination are allowed to appear for Supplementary Examination with a prescribed fee payment of Rs.325/- for UG & Rs.425/- for PG.
  • Any malpractice by the students debars them from subsequent appearance based on the decision of the Examination Committee.
Grading System
  • The term Grading system indicates a ten (10) point scale of evaluation of the performances of students in terms of marks, grade points, letter grade and class.