Guide

EXAMINATION GUIDE

Registration for examination

  • The office of CoE shall display and send circular regarding the examination fees for various programmes.
  • The college office shall issue exam registration form to the students for collecting the fees. The fee details are indicated in the Annexure of this manual.
  • An eligible examinees shall be issued a hall ticket by the office of CoE, which he/she has to produce during the examination. The student shall affix their recent color photograph in the hall ticket and return to the Office of CoE through their HODS for affixing seal. The same shall be returned to the HODs for distribution.
  • The office of the CoE shall issue a duplicate hall ticket on payment Rs. 50 as fine, if an examinee’s hall ticket has been lost or destroyed.
  • The hall ticket shall be signed by the hall invigilator every day against the date indicated.

Application for transparency

  • A student who wishes to go through his / her evaluated answer script shall apply for the same within five working days from the date of declaration of the result.
  • He/She shall apply in the prescribed format along with the required fee indicated in the Annexure of this manual.

Revaluation

  • A student who has failed in the semester examination can apply for revaluation.
  • Such an application has to be made within ten working days from the date of declaration of the result.
  • He/She shall apply in the prescribed format along with the required fee indicated in the Annexure of this manual.
  • If the revaluation marks are less than the original marks, the original marks shall be retained.
  • If the difference between the originally awarded mark and the revaluated mark is more than 10 marks for UG programmes, then the average of the two shall be taken as the final mark.
  • If the difference between the originally awarded mark and the revaluated mark is more than 15 marks for PG programmes, then the average of the two shall be taken as the final mark.

Supplementary Examinations

  • Supplementary Examination shall be held for those students who have not turned up for the regular examinations. However, this is subject to the discretion of the HOD and to be substantiated with suitable reasons.
  • Supplementary Examination shall also be held for those students who have registered and were given permission by the college for attending extra-curricular activities etc on the semester examination days. However, such permissions must be sought well in advance.
  • Supplementary Examination shall also be held for those students who have failed in the regular courses of that Examination. If a student has appeared for a carry course in an Examination and has failed, then he/she will not be allowed to take up the Supplementary Examination for that course. An exemption to this rule will be given in the last semester only.
  • The registration for supplementary examination should be done within ten working days (including holidays) from the date of the declaration of the result. He/She shall apply in the prescribed format along with the required fee indicated in the Annexure of this manual.

Improvement Examinations

  • A student who has been declared “pass” may apply for improvement examination within seven working days from the date of declaration of the result. He/She shall apply in the prescribed format along with the required fee indicated in the Annexure of this manual.
  • However a student who had appeared for a “carry course” in any semester is not eligible to appear for an improvement examination.
  • A student will be allowed to take up the improvement examination only for the courses in which he / she has appeared in that semester examination.
  • If the improvement examination marks are less than the original marks, the original marks shall be retained.