GUIDELINES FOR Final-SEMESTER EXAMINATION (1st Semester 13-Batch)

  • Question Papers for Semester Examination shall be drawn by the teachers of concerned subjects as Internal Examiners, for all departments. In case of more than one subject teacher of a particular subject in the same department with assigned sections, the respective teacher will draw his own paper.
  • There will be no external moderation of the Question Paper by the External examiner.
  • External examination system will be only for Practical Viva-voce/studio and Project/Thesis/Design Examination.
  • Final Semester Examination will be of 3-hours duration for 3 CHs course and each question paper will contain 5 questions without any choice. Similarly, Final Semester Examination will be of 2-hours duration for 2 CHs course and each question paper will contain 3 questions without any choice. Final semester examination will be conducted from the whole course.
  • The concerned subject teacher will bring hard copy of the question paper personally for cyclostyling from the examination department, one day before the conduct of examination and will keep in his/her own custody.
  • No soft copy of the paper in CD / USB will be accepted by the examination department for printing.
  • After completion of the final semester examination, each blank page/ gaps in the scripts will be stamped/lines drawn, by the teacher concerned.
  • The teachers will prepare 3 copies of the result of each course separately at the end of each semester (attendance, test, mid semester examination. assignments and final semester examination) on the prescribed proforma and shall forward two copies to the Controller of Examinations.
  • The cumulative result (including all the marks of attendance, assignments, tests, mid-semester examination and final semester examination) of each semester of a year will be announced by the Controller of Examinations.

Grade Equivalent:-

GRADE

GRADE

POINT

MARKS
THEORY PRACTICAL

MAX:

MARKS 100

MAX:

MARKS 50

MAX:

MARKS 100

MAX:

MARKS 50

A+ 4.0 85 & above 42 & above 85 & above 42 & above
A 3.75 80 to 84 40 to 41 80 to 84 40 to 41
B+ 3.5 75 to 79 37 to 39 75 to 79 37 to 39
B 3.0 70 to 74 35 to 36 70 to 74 35 to 36
C+ 2.5 65 to 69 32 to 34 65 to 69 32 to 34
C 2.0 60 to 64 30 to 31 60 to 64 30 to 31
D+ 1.5 55 to 59 27 to 29 55 to 59 27 to 29
D 1.0 50 to 54 25 to 26 50 to 54 25 to 26
F 0.0

0to 49

(fail)

0 to 24

(fail)

0to 49

(fail)

0 to 24

(fail)

  • Fraction is to be considered as a whole number.
  • Subjects carrying more than 100 marks in Theory/Practical will be awarded grades accordingly.
  • The results will be prepared on the basis of Grade point Average (G.P.A.).

 

Distribution of Marks:

The distribution or marks or each theory and practical course in a Semester will be as follows:-

                                                                        THEORY

                                                            Theory of Maximum               Theory of Maximum

                                                                 100 marks                               50 marks

  1. Attendance 1005
  2. Test(s)0503
  3. Assignments 0502
  4. Mid Semester Exam:2010
  5. Final Semester Exam:6030

     _________                               ________

Total                                 100 marks                                   50 marks

                                               

Practical

Max Marks 50                        Max Marks 100

 

  1. Attendance 0510
  2. Lab Evaluation Work1530
  3. Semester Lab Exam:3060
  1. Objective type test (15)(a) Objective type test (30)
  2. Conduct of Pr/Viva Voce (15) (b) Conduct of Prac/Viva Voce (30)

_________                         ____________

Total                                  50 marks          Total                100 marks

Note: For the courses carrying other than 100 & 50 marks the distribution of marks will be accordingly.

In case of the Project / Thesis / Design the distribution of marks shall be as follows:

(i)       Sessional work.                                    25% marks

(ii)        Evaluation of Project report                25% marks

(iii)       Viva-Voce Examination.                    50% marks

Distribution of Attendance Marks:

Distributions of attendance marks will be as given in the following tables:

  1. A.For Theory Head of 3CHs i.e. 100 Marks

S#  No. of Lectures                      Marks to be

Hours attended                      awarded

  1. 41 to 4210
  2. 37 to 4009
  3. 33 to 3608
  4. 31 to 3207
  5. Below 3100

                                                                 

  1. B.For Theory Head of 2CHs i.e. 50 Marks

S#  No. of Lecture                       Marks to be

Hours attended                      awarded

  1. 20 to 2105
  2. 18 to 1904
  3. 16 to 1703
  4. Below 1600

                                                                 

  1. C.For Practical Head of 2CHs i.e. 100 Marks

 

S#  No. of Lectures                      Marks to be

Hours attended                      awarded

  1. 95% to 100%10
  2. 86% to 94%09
  3. 81% to 85%08
  4. 75% to 80%07
  5. Below 75%00
  1. D.For Practical Head of 1CHs i.e. 50 Marks

S#  No. of Lectures                      Marks to be

Hours attended                      awarded

  1. 90% to 100%05
  2. 80% to 89%04
  3. 75% to 79%03
  4. Below 75%00
  5. E.For Practical Head of 1CHs i.e. 50 Marks

S#  No. of Lectures                      Marks to be

Hours attended                      awarded

  1. 27 to 2805
  2. 24 to 2604
  3. 21 to 2303
  4. Below 2100
  • The Lab’s carrying marks other than 50 or 100 the distribution of attendance marks will be accordingly.

THE METHOD OF WORKING OUT G.P.

  1. 1.Credit Hours (C.H)

One Credit hour for a particular course is generally to be considered as one hour of teaching theory per week and for practical 1 C.H be considered as 3 contact hours.

  1. 2.Quality Point (Q.P.)

For computation of the (G.P.A.) the quality point (Q.P) is first determine by the multiplying the value of the grade earned by the students with the Credit Hours of the that course, e.g. if a student obtain “A” grade for a three credit hours course then this quality point will be calculated as follows:

  1. P.) = 4 x 3 = 12

3. Grade Point Average (G.P.A).

Grade point Average is an expression for the average performance of a student in the course he/she has offered during a particular semester. This is calculated by adding the quality points of all the courses taken, divided by the total number of Credit Hourse offered:-

                                                      (G.P.A) = Sum of Quality Points.

                                                                        Sum of the Credit Hours

The Cumulative Grade Point Average (C.G.P.A) is the expression describing the performance of a student in all semester is determined by the following way:

  1.                                (C.G.P.A) = Sum of Quality Points for all the courses appeared

                                                 Sum of the Credit Hours for all the courses appeared

 

                                                                                                                        -sd-

Controller of examinations