Examination Guidelines

Assessments:

Scheme of Examinations:

Category

Internal Total

External Total

Total Marks

Internal (Minimum Required)

External (Minimum Required)

Aggregate

Passing Minimum

UG Program

25

75

100

10

30

--

40

PG Program

25

75

100

10

30

40%

50

  1. Continuous Internal Assessments (CIA)
    • For Every Subject the Continuous Internal Assessments would be in 3 Parts as mentioned below:
    • Part A

      Total Questions

      Marks Per Question

      Total Marks

      1 MCQ Based Test

      10

      1

      10

      1 Subjective Type Test

      3

      5

      15

       

       

      Total Marks Part A

      25

      Part B

      Total Questions

      Marks Per Question

      Total Marks

      1 MCQ Based Test

      10

      1

      10

      1 Subjective Type Test

      3

      5

      15

       

       

      Total Marks Part B

      25

      Part C

      Total Questions

      Marks Per Question

      Total Marks

      1 MCQ Based Test

      10

      1

      10

      1 Subjective Type Test

      3

      5

      15

       

       

      Total Marks Part C

      25

    • Marks for Continuous Evaluation would be offered on basis of Best of any Three Parts. Any one Part where students has scored the maximum marks, it would be considered for evaluation purpose.
    • The students would have access to the above Continuous Internal Assessments (CIA) through the LMS access provided to every registered students.
  2. Online Examinations:

  3. The Online Examinations would have total of 75 marks divided in two parts as mentioned below:

    • Part A: This would consist of 25 Marks with 25 MCQ Type Questions with 1 Mark each
    • Part B: This would consist of 50 Marks with 8 Subjective Type of Questions of 10 Marks each. Students must select any 5 questions and attempt. Each Subjective Type of Question would be of 10 Marks Each.

    General Guidelines for Online Examinations:

    • Students need to have their laptops / desktop with camera for the Online Proctored Examination process.
    • Student should also ensure they have access to good internet connectivity. Online exams cannot be given through Tablets or mobile phone.
    • The student would provide his ID card for verification to the online invigilator/proctor
    • The student logs in on the computer start attempting the questions and enters the response in the system for every question.
    • For subjects where the language is other then English or subjects which may need graphs as questions, the students need to upload the answer sheets in the exam system after each question. This can be done through a QR scan code where the student scans the answer sheet through the app and upload the same in exam portal for evaluation purpose.
    • Results are declared within 45 working days from last date of exam. Mark sheets would be generated with 15 working days from date of declaration of result.