Duration

  • 1. At least three years of six semesters in to. In case of professional courses the duration may be    more as per the direction of regulatory bodies established under Law.

  • 2. Odd semester is from June to December (i.e., Sem.-I, Sem.-III & Sem.-V semester). The examination    shall be held normally in the month of November - December.

  • 3. Even semester is from January to June (i.e., Sem.-II, Sem.-IV & Sem.-VI semester).The examination    shall be held normally in the month of May - June. However the Final Semester shall be conducted    in April and result shall be published by end of May.

  • 4. A student would be required to complete the course within six academic years from the date of    admission.

    Compulsory Registration in Semester-I

  • 1. Registration for Semester-I is compulsory. A candidate admitted to +3 Courses but not registered    for 1st semester examination, his/her admission will be automatically cancelled.

  • 2. A candidate may take a blank Semester: A blank Semester has to be clubbed with next Odd or    Even Semester as the case may be i.e. Sem.-II, Sem.-IV and Sem.-VI/Sem.-I,Sem.-III and Sem.-V.    The Hostel policy for blank semester is to be decided by colleges as per their suitability. Hostel    accommodation cannot be claimed as a right for a blank semester. (Blank semester is not to be    confused as repetition due to failure).

  • 3. 75% attendance for non DDCE students is a requirement for being eligible to appear at    Examination Up to 15% waiver may be granted by the College Principal at discretion on Health    Ground or participation in sports , cultural activities, NCC and NSS activities etc.

  • 4. A student may clear backlog papers within 6 years. Improvement if any has to be completed within    4 years.

    Repeat Examination

  • 1. A student has to clear back papers (i.e., in the paper/papers one has failed) by appearing at    subsequent semester examinations within six years from the date of admission.

  • 2. A student may appear improvement (repeat) in any number of papers in the immediate subse-quent    examination. The higher marks shall be retained.

  • 3. Improvement has to be completed with 4-yrs. from the date of admission.

    Examination Question Pattern(Suggestive)

  • 1. The end semester examination will be of three hours irrespective of marks.

  • 2. For subject without having practical full marks are 100 per paper out of which 20 marks is allotted    for Mid-Semester Examination (Internal) and 80 marks for end semester examination. The question    papers shall be divided into two parts such as Group-A & Group-B: Group-A will carry 10 short    questions of two marks each .The answer should be within two sentences. There shall be 5 long type    questions in GroupB with one alternative each have to be attempted and all questions shall be of    equal value (12 marks _5). For subject with practical full marks are 100 per paper out of which 20    marks is al-lotted for Mid- Semester Examination, 50 is for End Semester Examination and 30 is    for practical.The question papers shall be divided into two parts such as Group-A & Group-B:    Group-A will carry 10 short questions of one mark each. The answer should be within two    sentences. There shall be 5 long-type questions with one alternative each have to be attempted for    subjects having practical. The questions shall be of equal value (8 Marks X 5). Practical will carry    30 marks out of which 10 will be for records.

  • 3. Model answers for long questions should be between 700 to 1000 words.

  • 4. The Internal Evaluation would be the sole responsibility of Teacher offering the course.

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