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Examination Pattern
EXAMINATION PATTERN OF CBCS COURSE
Total Credit Structure (Minimum)
Core DSE GE AECC SEC Total
14 Courses of 6 Credit 4 Courses of 6 Credit 4 Courses of 6 Credit 3 Courses of 2 Credit 4 Credits (2+2) 26 Courses
84 24 24 6 4 142

* Institute should evolve a system/policy about ECA/ General Interest/Hobby/Sports/ NCC/NSS/related courses on its own.
** Wherever there is a practical there will be no tutorial and vice-versa.

SEMESTER-WISE DISTRIBUTION OF COURSES IN BA/ B.COM HONOURS (CBCS)
Sem Core Course (14) Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC) (2) Skill Enhancement Course (SEC)(2) Elective: Discipline Specific DSE (4) Elective: Generic (GE) (4)
I C 1 (6C) AECC 1 Communicative English (2 C)     GE-1(6C)
C 2 (6C) AECC 2 MIL/ Communicative Hindi/ Alternative English (2C)
II C 3 (6C) AECC 3 Environmental Science/ Studies (2C)     GE-2(6C)
C 4 (6C)
III C 5 (6C)   SEC-1.1 (2C)   GE-3(6C)
C 6 (6C)
C 7 (6C)
IV C 8 (6C)   SEC-2.1 (2C)   GE-4(6C)
C 9 (6C)
C 10 (6C)
V C 11 (6C)     DSE-1 (6C)  
C 12 (6C) DSE-2 (6C)
VI C 13 (6C)     DSE-3 (6C)  
C 14 (6C) DSE-4 (6C)

Rules for Internal Assessment in B.A./B.Sc./ B.Com. Programmes in Semester System
  1. The marks allotted for Internal Assessment (20% ) in each course shall be based on the following:
    1. Sessional Examination I (Written): 25% of the marks allotted for internal assessment.
    2. Sessional Examination II (Written): 25% of the marks allotted for internal assessment.
    3. Seminar/ Group Discussion: 25 % of the marks allotted for internal assessment.
    4. Attendance: 25 % of the marks allotted for internal assessment.
  2. Each sessional examination shall be conducted by the concerned teacher(s) of the course. The setting of question paper, invigilation duty, evaluation of answer scripts for each paper shall be done by the concerned teacher(s) as a part of his/her/their normal duty. The teacher concerned shall fix the date of the sessional examination of each course complying with the Academic Calendar of the University.
  3. The students shall have to write the answers in the scripts provided and duly authenticated by the college/ institute concerned.
  4. After evaluation, the answer scripts should be shown to the students and corrections should be made if necessary. After this, the answer scripts should be collected back from the students.
  5. There shall be no provision for “repeat”/ “betterment” in the sessional examination. If a student misses any sessional examination for unavoidable reasons, the concerned teacher may allow the student to appear in a separate examination at his/her own discretion.
  6. The marks of internal assessment secured by a candidate shall be carried over to next legitimate chances.
  7. If a course is taught by more than one teacher then the concerned teachers shall conduct the process of internal assessment together.
  8. If any student fails to appear in internal assessment, he/she shall not be eligible to appear in the end semester examinations of the course(s) concerned. The colleges/ institutes shall notify the same prior to filling up forms for examinations.
  9. At the end of the semester (before the end-semester examinations begin) the concerned College shall submit the internal assessment marks in proper format to the University.
  10. The University may call the answer scripts from the colleges/ institute at any time during the academic sessions.

EXAMINATION PATTERN OF H.S. COURSE

 

 

H.S. 1st Yr. Examination

H.S. Final Examination (at the Completion of the 2nd Year)

 

Subject

Total Marks

Pass Marks

Subject

Total Marks

Pass Marks

I)

English

100

30

English

100

30

ii)

M.I.L.

100

30

ii) M.I.L.

100

30

iii)

Elective 1st

100

30

iii) Elective 1st

100

30

iv)

Elective 2nd

100

30

iv) Elective 2nd

100

30

v)

Elective 3rd

100

30

v) Elective 3rd

100

30

 

Total

500

150

Total

500

150


N.B.: Students have also the option to appear in one additional subject (4th) of 100 marks. In that case the subject in which the examinee secures the lowest marks would be treated as the 4th at the time of declaring the results.

EXAMINATION AND EVALUATION OF SIX SEMESTER DEGREE PROGRAMME:
a) The process of Examination and Evaluation shall be continuous.
b) There shall be 20% marks for internal assessment and 80% marks for End-Semester Examination in each course (paper).
The Examination Pattern for the 1st Semester would be as follows:

GENERAL PROGRAMME

MAJOR PROGRAMME

Type of Sub.

Title

l/A

End Sem.

Total

Type of Sub.

Title

l/A

End Sem.

Total

Compulsory

English I

20

80

100

Compulsory

English I

20

80

100

Compulsory

MIL I

20

80

100

Compulsory

MIL I

20

80

100

Non-Major

Elective I (Course I)

20

80

100

Non-Major

Elective 1 (Course 1)

20

80

100

Non-Major

Elective II (Course I)

20

80

100

Major

Major Cours

s 12 0

80

100

Total

 

80

320

400

Total

 

80

320

400

The Examination Pattern for the 2nd Semester would be as follows:

GENERAL PROGRAMME

MAJOR PROGRAMME

Type of Sub.

Title

l/A

End Sem.

Total

Type of Sub.

Title

l/A

End Sem.

Total

Compulsory

English II

20

80

100

Compulsory

English II

20

80

100

Compulsory

MIL II

20

80

100

Compulsory

MIL II

20

80

100

Non-Major

Elective II (Course II)

20

80

100

Non-Major

Elective (Course II)

20

80

100

Non-Major

Elective II (Course II)

20

80

100

Major

Major Course I

20

80

100

Total

 

80

320

400

Total

 

80

320

400

The Examination Pattern for the 3rd Semester would be as follows:

GENERAL PROGRAMME

MAJOR PROGRAMME

Type of Sub.

Title

l/A

End Sem.

Total

Type of Sub.

Title

l/A

End Sem.

Total

Compulsory

Comp. Skills/ Comm. Skills

20

80

100

Compulsory

Comp. Skills/ Comm. Skills

20

80

100

Compulsory

English III

20

80

100

Non-Major

Elective (Course III)

20

80

100

Non-Major

Elective -I (Course III)

20

80

100

Major

Major
(Course III)

20

80

100

Non-Major

Elective-II (Course III)

20

80

100

Major

Major
(Course IV)

20

80

100

Total

 

80

320

400

Total

 

80

320

400

 

The Examination Pattern for the 4th Semester would be as follows:

GENERAL PROGRAMME MAJOR PROGRAMME

Type of Sub

Title

l/A

End Sem.

Total

Type of Sub

Title

l/A

End Sem.

Total

Compulsory

Multi-Disciplinary

—-

100

100

Compulsory

Multi-Disciplinary

100

100

Compulsory

MIL III

20

80

100

Ncm-Major

Elective

20

80

100

Non-Major

Elective -1 (Course IV)

20

80

100

Major

Major (Course V) (^c

W

IV) 80

100

Non-Major-

Elective-11 (Course IV)

20

80

100

Major

Major (Course VI)

20

80

100

Compulsory

Env. Studies

*

*

*

Compulsory

Env. Studies

*

*

*

Total

 

60

340

400

Total

 

60

340

400

* There shall be a compulsory course on Environmental Studies of100 marks, which shall be evaluated in grades.

The Examination Pattern for the 5th Semester would be as follows:

GENERAL PROGRAMME

MAJORPROGRAMME

Type of Sub.

Title

l/A

End Sem.

Total

Type of Sub.

Title

l/A

End Sem.

Total

Compulsory

Skill Based

 

 

 

Major

Major

 

 

 

 

(Course I)

20

80

100

 

(Course VII)

20

80

100

 

(Course II)

20

80

100

 

(Course VIII)

20

80

100

Non-Major

Elective - I

20

80

100

Major

Major

20

80

100

 

(Course V)

 

 

 

 

(Course IX)

 

 

 

Non-Major

Elective - II

20

80

100

Major

Major

20

80

100

 

(Course V)

 

 

 

 

(Course X)

 

 

 

Total

 

80

320

400

Total

 

80

320

400

The Examination Pattern for the 6th Semester would be as follows:

GENERAL PROGRAMME

MAJORPROGRAMME

Type of Sub.

Title

l/A

End Sem.

Total

Type of Sub.

Title

l/A

End Sem.

Total

Compulsory

Skill Based (Course III)

20

80

100

Major

Major
(Course XI)

20

80

100

 

Skill Based (Course IV)

20

80

100

Major

Major
(Course XII)

20

80

100

Non-Major

Elective I (Course VI)

20

80

100

Major

Major
(Course XIII)

20

80

100

Non-Major

Elective II (Course VI)

20

80

100

Major

Major
(Course XIV)

20

80

100

Total

 

80

320

400

Total

 

80

320

400

RULES FOR INTERNAL ASSESSMENT:

a) The distribution of the marks allotted for Internal Assessment (20%) would be as follows:

  • Sessional Examination I (written) 5
  • Sessional Examination II   -do-     5
  • Seminar/Group Discussion           5
  • Attendance               5

b. There shall be no provision for ‘‘repeat” or “betterment” in the Sessional Examinations.
c. If a student fails to appear in the Internal Assessment Tests, he/she shall not be eligible to appear in the End Semester Examination of the course(s) concerned.

N.B.: In subjects involving practical, the distribution of marks of internal assessment would be as mentioned in the syllabus of the subject concerned.

END SEMESTER EXAMINATION:
a. There shall be one End Semester Examination carrying 80% marks in each course of a Semester covering the entire syllabus prescribed for the course.

b. There shall be no provision for re-evaluation of the answer scripts of the End Semester Examination. However a candidate may apply for re-scrutiny.

BETTERMENT EXAMINATION:
a. A candidate shall be entitled to take "Betterment Examinations” in any two theory courses of any of the six Semesters after passing the Sixth Semester Examination only once. The higher marks secured by the candidate shall be retained. The candidates shall have to apply for Betterment Examination within one year of passing the Sixth Semester Examination.

b. No betterment shall be allowed in practical Examination.
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