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EXAMINATION RULES AND EVALUATION PATTERN

Each course is evaluated using the following mandatory components of evaluation:

  • End-Term Written Examination
  • Mid-Term Written Examination
  • Continuous Evaluation

The written assessments, i.e. Mid-Term and End-Term Examinations, will be conducted by the Examination Departments at pre-announced dates. Each course is of 100 marks. The breakdown of the 100 marks is as follows:

End Term Examination 40 Marks
Mid-Term Examination 20 Marks
Continuous Evaluation 40 Marks Case Analysis/Group Discussions
Assignments
Team Projects/ Presentations
Quizzes
Simulations/ Role plays
……….. to name a few

Courses of 3-Credit have at least four components including End-Term Examination. The process followed for the aforementioned assessment is as follows:

Continuous Evaluation

Declaration of continuous assessment components (40 marks) is done at the beginning of the trimester, for individual courses by respective faculties. The choice of components is totally up to the discretion of the teaching faculty. The marks for continuous evaluation components are submitted by faculties two weeks before the end-term examination.

Mid-Term Examination

After the completion of 50% course, Mid-Term examinations are conducted for each course. The schedule of Mid-Term examination is notified by the Examination Department at least 10 days prior to the first day of the commencement of examinations. Result of Mid-Term is declared within 10 days after the completion of Mid-Term.

End-Term Examination

The schedule of End-Term examinations is notified by the Examination Department at least 10 days prior to the first day of the commencement of examinations, along with examination form. Result of End-Term is declared within 15 days after the completion of End-Term.

EVALUATION PATTERN
Percentage Grade Point Interpretation Class
90 & above A+ 8 Outstanding Distinction
80-89 A 7.5 Excellent Distinction
75-79 A- 7 Very Good Distinction
70-74 B+ 6.5 Good First Class
60-69 B 6 Above Average First Class
50-59 C 5 Average Second Class
40- 49 D 4 Satisfactory Second class
Less than 40 F Below 4 Fail