Examination Policy & Reforms : A Student- Friendly System
(FOR SEMESTERS I AND II)
Degrees will be awarded by Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar
Continuous assessment to decrease students’ burden
20% Cummulative Assessment: Marks based on attendance (5%), class performance (5%) & Mid Semester Test (10%)
End Semester weightage: 80%
End Semester Exams to be conducted by college itself
Compact date-sheet for exams
Timely declaration of results
Immediate appeal and quick redresssal of grievances
More teaching days for students
In odd semester, MST will be conducted in 3rd week of September and in Even Semester in 1st week of March (Schedule may vary if contingencies so demand).
Retests will be conducted only for those students who have missed the MST due to
participation in college-sponsored activities and any other extraordinary circumstances, with special permission from Principal.
There is no condition of minimum passing marks in the continuous assessment.
A student has to clear the End Semester Examination of each course individually.
The student has to get minimum passing marks in aggregate of CA & End Semester Examination in each course. (Theory, Practical, Seminar, Viva, Project etc.)
For the Programmes under CBCEGS, the grades will be provided on the scale of 10 along with the percentage.
A student may change her Subject/Programme within one month from the start of semester.
All the students must have a minimum of 75% attendance to appear in End Semester Examination.
Lectures may be condoned by the Principal as per policy.
Students getting top positions in their respective programmes and in individual courses in End Semester Examination will be awarded prizes/certificates
Proposed Advantages for Continuous Evaluation System (CES) under Autonomy by KMV
In case of 3 years UG degree there will be no condition for promoting a student from 5th semester to the 6th semester.
1. In case of 4 years UG degree a student shall be promoted to 7th semester only if she has passed atleast 50% courses/papers of the first six semesters. There will be no condition for promoting a student from 7th semester to 8th semester.
Note : Sr. No.1. and 2. are applicable only to those students who will enroll themselves in 1st semester w.e.f. session 2018-19.
In case a student has not got first division in degree program, then she can improve her score in one or more papers in any of the semesters/years after completing the degree/ program so as to obtain a minimum of 60% marks in aggregate to get the first division in a stipulated period given by GNDU to complete the degree (5 years for 3 years UG degree programme/6 years for 4 years UG degree programme, 4 Years for PG degree programme and 2 years for Diploma).
If a student is unable to secure 55% marks in any PG degree programme, then she can improve her score in one or more papers in any of the semesters/years after completing the degree program so as to obtain a minimum of 55% marks in aggregate in a stipulated period given by GNDU to complete the degree (4 Years for PG degree programme).