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Evaluation of performance ...

The college has a ...

consistent system of assessing student’s knowledge and skills for a particular programme after admission.  Written Mid-term tests and Test Examinations arranged before the commencement of Final Examination form the backbone of continuous evaluation method.

In all these written examinations...

students’ knowledge is assessed through numerical marking system.  The students are required to qualify these written examinations to get themselves permitted for the University Examinations. 

Apart from these two examinations, regular assignments are given and their answer scripts are evaluated to assess student’s receptivity of a particular topic. 

While lecturing, relevant questions are also thrown in the class and the students are asked to respond.  This exercise is done not only to make the class interactive but also to identify the strengths and weaknesses of the students and to take necessary steps to ensure that their knowledge and skills are enhanced.

This comprehensive method of evaluation...

can easily identify the advanced learners and the underperformers who are not doing well with the existing pattern of examination and the departments handle them accordingly.

 

Schedule for Examinations ...

1. Mid Term Examination:

Class

Time

First Year

Month of November

Second Year

Month of November

Third Year

Month of November

2. Test Examination:

Class

Time

First Year

Second week of March

Second Year

First week of February

Third Year

Second week of January

 

Current Calcutta University Guidelines regarding B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. (Honours/General/Major) Examination...

1. The Schedule:

Examination

To be held in the month of

Part I

June

Part II

May

Part III

April

2. Duration of Examination:

Description

Time

General

Theoretical

Full paper (Above 50 – 100 marks)

Three Hours

Half Paper (Upto 50 marks)

Two Hours

Honours

Theoretical

Full paper (Above 50 – 100 marks)

Four Hours

Half Paper (Upto 50 marks)

Two Hours

3. Syllabus:

An Examination will be held only under the current syllabus

4. Condition for appearing at the Examinations:

(i)  On behalf of the students:

(a) Attendance

Status

Description

Permitted to appear

Regular

Attending 75% of the class lectures

Non-collegiate

Attending less than 75% but not below 60% of the class lectures

Debarred from appearing

Dis-collegiate

Attending less than 60% of the class lectures

(b) Performance in Tests

Category

Description

Honours

Theoretical Subjects

At least 35% marks in aggregate and 30% in a paper

Practical based subjects

At least 30% in theoretical and 30% in practical but 35% in aggregate

General

25% of full marks (25% separately in theoretical and practical papers where applicable)

(c)  Submission of fees:

As per conditions applied by the University from time to time.   

(ii)  On behalf of the college:

While submitting duly filled in
 application forms

At least 21 days before the
commencement of Examination

  1. Date of admission to the first year classes;
  2. Year of first appearance in the examination of the part concerned;
  3. Years of appearance in Part I, II, III Examinations as the case may be together with the results thereof;
  4. Performance of tests and attendance record in theoretical/practical subject wise;
  5. Certificate of appearance at tests
  1. A list of students who have not appeared at the test mentioning Roll. & No. and Registration No. & Session as printed in the application form of the concerned candidate.

5. Time factor for appearing at the Examinations:

Examination

Condition

Part I

Within two years from the year of admission 

Part II & III

Appear for the first time within two years from qualifying Part I and to clear within three years from qualifying Part I

Part III

Appear for the first time within two years from the qualifying for Part II and to clear within three years from qualifying for Part II. 

A candidate is to clear Part III within a total time span of five years from the year of admission.  

6. Conditions for continuing studies in Second Year Classes:

(i)  Qualifying Subjects:

Course

Honours Subjects

Elective Subjects

Language Group
Environment Studies

General Course Students

-

Securing qualifying marks in at least one elective subjects

To clear compulsorily

Honours Course Students

Securing qualifying marks

Securing qualifying marks in at least one elective subjects

To clear compulsorily

(ii) Qualifying Marks:

Subjects

Description

Honours Subject

35% of full marks (30% separately in theoretical and practical papers where applicable)

General Subjects

25% of full marks (25% separately in theoretical and practical papers where applicable)

Language Group

30% in aggregate and 20% in Compulsory English and Major Indian Language separately

Marks scored in Environmental Studies shall not be taken into account for the calculation of the aggregate marks of the group

Environmental Studies

30% in the subject

7.  Fate of Candidates having shortfall regarding the above in Part I:

Status

Whether eligible to continue Second Year Classes

Whether eligible to appear at the Part II Examination

Second Option

Qualifying otherwise but scored less than 35% in Honours 

Yes, but in General Course

Yes, but will appear in Part II General Examination and the Honours papers of Part I will be converted to corresponding General subject

Withdrawing from Second Year and appear at Part I in Honours paper only

Qualifying otherwise but scored less than 25% in Honours 

Yes, but in General Course

Yes, but will appear in Part II General Examination and will require to clear Part I in corresponding General subject of the failed Honours subject

Withdrawing from Second Year and appear at Part I in Honours paper only

Not qualifying otherwise, scored less than 25% in Honours

No

No

Withdrawing from Second Year and appear at Part I as a whole

Not qualifying otherwise, but scored at least 25% in Honours

Yes, but in General Course

Yes, but will appear in Part II General Examination and the Honours papers of Part I will be converted to corresponding General subject

Withdrawing from Second Year and appear at Part I as a whole

Not securing qualifying marks in at least one elective subjects and/or not clearing Language Group including Environmental Studies

No

No

Appear at Part I as a whole

8.  Conditions for continuing in the Third Year Classes:

For General/Major candidates

The candidate has to secure qualifying marks in all the subjects of Part I & II separately and also Part I & II taken together.  The candidate is also to secure 30% of the full marks Part I & II taken together.

For Honours candidates

The candidate has to secure qualifying marks in Honours subject and in all the subjects of Part I & II separately and also Part I & II taken together.

9. Fate of Candidates having shortfall regarding the above in Part II:

Status

Whether eligible to continue Second Year Classes

Whether eligible to appear at the Part II Examination

Second Option

Qualifying otherwise in Part I & II but scored less than 25% in Honours in Part II scored more than 30% in Honours if both Part I & II taken together 

Yes, but in General Course

Yes, but will appear in Part III General Examination and the Honours papers of Part I & II will be converted to corresponding General subject

Withdrawing from Third Year and appear at Part II in Honours paper only

Qualifying otherwise but scored less than 30% in Honours if both Part I & II taken together

No

No

Withdrawing from Third Year and appear at Honours paper at Part II

10.  Award of Division after successful completion of Part III:

 

First Class

Second Class

Pass in General Course

Honours

Above 60%

Above 40% - less than 60%

Above 30% - less than 40%

General

Above 60%

Above 45% - less than 60%

Above 30% - less than 45%

 

 

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