OBJECTIVES OF EXAM CELL
• Aiming to improve the academic performance at state level.
• Examination schedule preparation for internal tests.
• Conducting of internal tests as per the examination schedule (internal) smoothly.
• Result analysis of both university as well as internal tests.
• Uploading of Attendance as well as internal Assessment marks through AU/COE Web portal.
• Liasioning all kind of work between Students & University regarding examination.
• Coordinating University examinations (Both theory as well as practical) during the month of Oct – Feb & April – July.
1. A candidate is permitted to use geometric tools, non-programmable calculators and approved tables and data books only during the theory and the practical examinations. No other material/electronic gadget, mobile phone should be brought inside the examination hall.
2. Admission to the Examination is provisional.
3. Candidate should sign his/her signature in the space provided in the Hall Ticket immediately after the Hall Ticket is received.
4. The Hall Ticket is issued to the candidate satisfying the Attendance and other requirements as per the regulations and instructions issued by the College from time to time. If it is found that the candidate fails to comply with the above requirements, the examination, the candidate has taken will be treated as cancelled.
5. This Hall Ticket should be kept safe till the end of End Semester / Trimester examination / Supplementary. Candidate is not permitted to enter the examination hall without hall ticket.
6. A seat marked with Register number will be allotted to each candidate. Candidate will be required to find out and occupy their allotted seat at least 5 minutes before the commencement of the examination. In no case, candidate shall be allowed to occupy a seat other than the one allotted to him.
7. Candidate cannot enter the hall after 30 minutes from the commencement of the examination and cannot leave the hall before the expiry of 45 minutes.
8. Strict silence should be maintained in the examination hall.
9. Candidate should write his/her register number on the question paper immediately after question paper is received. Candidate should ensure that he/she has entered the correct register number in the answer Book - let as in Hall Ticket.
10. Candidate shall not take any written/printed matter, any paper material, cell phone, programmable calculator, any unauthorized data sheet/table into the examination hall and if found in possesion of any such material in the examination hall during the examination hours, those candidate shall be liable for disciplinary action.
11. No candidate shall pass any part or whole of answer papers or question papers to any other candidate. No candidate shall allow another candidate to copy from his/her answer paper or copy from the answer paper of another candidate. If found committing such malpractice, the involved candidate shall be liable for disciplinary action.
12. Candidate should not talk/ask questions of any kind during the examination.
13. Candidate is liable for punishment if he/she makes any marking, writes anything in the hall ticket and answer booklet, which can be construed as an attempt to reveal his/her identify to the examiner.
14. Any candidate found guilty of using unfair means of any nature is liable to be punishedseverely / disqualified.
15. Writing wrong register number in the answer book will entail rejection of the answer book.
16. Candidate should produce the Hall Ticket on demand by the invigilator, chief superintendent or any other competent authority.
• A candidate should neither possess/refer any forbidden material in any form nor should seek/obtain assistance in any form from any person/source during the examinations. He/she should not assist other candidates in any form during the examinations.
• The candidate should not reveal his/her identity in any form in the answer scripts. The candidate should not indulge in canvassing either directly or indirectly to award more than deserving marks in the examinations.
• The candidate should maintain discipline and decorum during the examinations.
• The candidate should be inside the allotted examination hall atleast 10 minutes before the commencement of the examination.
• The candidate is expected to be present in the Examination hall as per seating arrangement chart.
• Candidate indulging in any kind of malpractice will be dealt as per the Norms inforce from time to time.
• Once mobile phone (or) any electronic gadget confiscated on the ground of suspected malpractice, it will not be returned on any account.
1. A candidate who secures grade point 5 or more in any course of study (CA + ES put together) will be declared to have passed that course, provided a minimum of 50% is secured in the End semester examination of that course of study.
2. A candidate who lacks in attendance or who fails to submit the report on the final semester project (or whose report is not accepted for reasons of incompleteness or other serious deficiencies) within the prescribed date or whose project work and viva voce have been assessed as grade RA will have to reregister at the beginning of a subsequent semester following the final semester, repeat and submit the project report at the end of that semester and appear for End semester examination.
3. A candidate shall be declared to have qualified for the award of the B.E./B.Tech. Degree provided the candidate has successfully completed the course requirements and has passed all the prescribed courses of study in all the 8 semesters (6 semesters for lateral entry) within a maximum period of 7 years (6 years for lateral entry) reckoned from the commencement of the semester to which the candidate was first admitted.
4. A candidate who qualifies for the award of the Degree having passed all the courses of study of all the eight semesters (six semesters for lateral entry candidates) at the first opportunity within eight consecutive semesters (six consecutive semesters for lateral entry candidates) after the commencement of his /her study and securing a CGPA of 8.50 and above in all the eight semesters (six semesters for lateral entry candidates) shall be declared to have passed in First Class with Distinction. For this purpose the withdrawal from examination will not be construed as an opportunity for appearance in the examination.
5. candidate who qualifies for the award of the Degree having passed all the courses of study of semesters 1 to 8 within a maximum period of ten consecutive semesters (eight consecutive semesters for lateral entry candidates) after commencement of his /her study and securing a CGPA of 6.50 and above in all the eight semesters (six semesters for lateral entry candidates) shall be declared to have passed in First Class.
6. All other candidates who qualify for the award of the degree shall be declared to have passed in Second Class.
• Credit assignment: Each course is normally assigned a certain number of credits (Ci) with 1 credit per lecture hour per week, 1 credit for one or two tutorials per week, 1 credit for 2 hours of practical (2 credits for 3 or 4 hours of practical/drawing practices). Project Work can be treated on par with practical course for assigning credits. Project Work – Phase I can be of 4 hrs per week with 2 credits and Project work – Phase II can be of 20 hrs per week with 10 credits.
• The letter grade and the grade point are awarded based on percentage of marks secured by a candidate in individual course as detailed below:
• AB” denotes absent for the End Semester Examination and he/she has to reappear for the End Semester Examination.
• "I" denotes incomplete as per Clause 6 and hence prevented from writing End semester examination.
• "W" denotes withdrawal from the End semester examination as per clause 10.
• After the completion of the programme, the Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) from the first Semester to final Semester is calculated using the formula:
gi : Grade point secured corresponding to the course
Ci : Credits allotted to the course
• A candidate will be permitted to appear for the end semester examination of a semester only if he/she has completed the study of that semester (vide Clause6). A candidate will not be allowed to register for any end semester examination unless he/she simultaneously registers for the examinations of the highest semester eligible and all the courses which he/she be in arrears of. In the case of examination in project work, no candidate will be permitted to appear at the project work examination unless he/she had submitted the project report on or before the prescribed date.
• A candidate who is absent in End semester examination in a course / project work after having registered for the same shall be considered to have appeared and failed in that course/project work and award grade AB.
• If a candidate fails to submit the report on project work on or before the date specified by the college / department, he/she is deemed to have failed in the project work and awarded grade AB.
• The assessment will comprise of continuous assessment and End semester examination carrying marks as specified by clause 8.
• Continuous assessment marks will be awarded on the basis of continuous assessment made during the semester as per guidelines framed by the college.