Assessment Norms - UG Programme
Students' academic performance is assessed throughout the semester based on the following:
Performance in two Mid Term Examinations
Performance in End Semester Examinations
Evaluation is based on Continuous Internal Assessment (CIA) which carries 30% weightage (30 marks out of 100) and End Semester Examination (ESE) which carries 70% weightage (70 marks out of 100).
Assessment Norms - PG Programme
Students' academic performance is assessed throughout the semester/trimester based on the following:
Performance in the Mid Term Examinations
Case Study/Mini Project/Paper Presentation
Performance in End Semester/Trimester Examinations
Life Skills Education - Guidelines
- All UG students under the Autonomous system should earn the add on course credits (two credits) by completing the Life Skills Education (LSE).
- The training on Life Skill Education is offered by Centre for Life Skills Education of the college.
- The course is being conducted at the beginning of the academic year (beginning of UG programme). For those students who are unable to complete the LSE held at the beginning of the programme due to unavoidable circumstances special session on LSE will be held during the month of November (during the first semester holidays).
- The credis earned through Life Skill Education shall be depicted in the Fourth semester marks card.
- Students failing to earn the two credits through Life Skill Education before the commencement of the second semester have to register for the same by remitting the requisite fee and undergo LSE training before the commencement of third semester. Students failing to do so will have Reappear status depicted in their Fourth Semester Marks Card.
- Certification in Life Skills Education is mandatory. This cannot be substituted by any other add on course.
- Students failing to earn the two credits for Life Skills Education during their UG programme will not have Pass Status and are not eligible for Graduation.
Extension Credits - Guidelines
- All UG students under the Autonomous system should earn three credits as extension credits during the first four semesters of the UG Programme.
- Extension credits(three credits) shall be depicted in the Fifth semester marks card.
- Students failing to acquire three extension credits by the fourth semester shall have Reappear status depicted in their Fifth Semester Marks Card.
- Students who do not earn the three extension credits within first three semesters have to register for the add on courses offered by the respective department by remitting specified fee and attend the same in order to earn the three credits by the fourth semester of the UG programme.
- Students failing to achieve the three extension credits during their UG programme shall not have pass status and are not eligible for awarding graduation certificate.
Choice Based Credit System
Under Graduate and Post Graduate students follow Choice Based Credit System. UG students have the freedom to choose among the different courses offered by other deaneries during the fourth semester of their UG programme. PG students have the freedom to choose among the different courses offered by the deaneries during the third semester/trimester of their PG programme.
Criteria for Promotion to the next Semester/Trimester
- Under Graduate or Post Graduate students who are not having more than Sixty percentage of attendance without considering medical leave shall not be eligible for promotion to the subsequent semester/trimester.
- Under Graduate or Post Graduate students who do not appear for End Semester/Trimester Examinations of two consecutive semesters/trimesters are not eligible for promotion to the subsequent semester/trimester.
- Under Graduate or Post Graduate students who have not applied for End Semester/Trimester Examinations by paying the due examination fee are not eligible to be promoted to the subsequent semester/trimester.