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The college provides every student ample opportunities for all-round development of her personality. She is encouraged to take part in Co-curricular activities.
The college provides every student ample opportunities for all-round development of her personality. She is encouraged to take part in Co-curricular activities.
The college provides every student ample opportunities for all-round development of her personality. She is encouraged to take part in Co-curricular activities.
Courses
House Examination
FOR INTERNATIONAL/CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT
      The University has dedicated to introduce internal/continuous assessment beginning with the student of B.A/ B.Sc/ B.Com/ B.C.A I,II & III. The internal/continuous assessment will have 10% marks in the annual university examination. The assessment will be based on marks obtained by the student in September and December examinations/ tests and on regularity of student as per detail given below.
(a) For September Test, there will be only one paper of one hour’s duration in each subject and for December Test, there will be paper/s on the pattern of annual examination conducted by University.
(b) Where as the September House will carry weightage of 30% and December House Test will have weightage of 50% in each subject/paper.
(c) Students who attended 75% and more of class room lectures. The break up of marks of attendance for theory papers shall be as under:
FOR DETERMINING ELIGIBILITY
An absentee from a House Examination shall be charged Rs. 50/- per paper and will be deemed to have secured zero in the paper concerned.
(a) A student found guilty of using unfair means or impersonation shall be suitably punistand   and he/she will be awarded zero mark in the concerned paper.
(b) Exemption from House Examination will not ordinarily be granted.
  However a student seeking exemption at his/her own risk and responsibility shall apply for same before the completion of the examination. After this period of time no application shall be entertained on any ground.
(c) For those who fail to qualify in the House Examination, the principal may at his discretion hold a Special Test. All sue examination shall have to obtain at least 30% marks in the aggregation of all subjects to qualify.
(d) If a student fails to qualify in house examination, and if the Principal in his discretion had allowed him to take a special test as per above said rule, fails to qualify in such a special test, she will be ineligible to sit in the annual examination to be held by the university as the case may be. The candidature of such a student will be deemed as cancelled and the provisional R.No. of such a student will be sent back by the principal to the University.
(e) Mere sending of Roll Numbers or provisional Roll Numbers of the students by University to the Principal regarding examination, will not entitle the student to appear in the annual examination. Students shall have to fulfill all the condition necessary for appearing in the annual examination.
Attendance Marks for Theory Papers
Above 75% and upto 85%
Above 85%
One
Two
  The beneficiary of condonation will not be given the benefit of marks awarded on account of attendance.
      The total weightage for both the test and attendance taken together shall be 10% of total marks in each theory subject/ paper. The weightage of 10 percent marks shall be added to each paper of B.A/ B.C.A, which will, henceforth, carry weightage of maximum marks allotted to each paper. A candidate will have to pass in theory and practical/s separately.
      There will be special test for those students who could not fulfill the conditions of eligibility. It will not be held to provide an opportunity to all students to improve their earlier Score. Those students who are exempted by the Principal of  the College from appearing in the House Test/s in September and/or December/ January will also be allowed to appear in the Special Test, this test will determine their eligibility for admission to the examinations as well as their score for Internal Assessment.
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTION
(a) A student who fails to qualify the subject of Environment Education in Part I of the three year degree course, will have to qualify the same in Part II/ Part III of the respective course.
(b) In case of any contradiction in the rules given in the prospectus  with the University rules, the Latter shall have the over-riding effect.
(c) Students who have passed +2 examination from recognized Open School are eligible for admission to B.A/B.C.A Part I course, only if their result is shown as PASS in their certificates issued by the said open Schools and have obtained the requisite percentage of marks prescribed under the University Regulations for admission to the concerned course.