Examination

Examination rules

COLLEGE EXAMINATIONS (For +21stYear Classes):
In each academic session, there shall be a half-yearly as well as Annual examination in theory for each subject. There shall be only Annual examination in practical for subjects having practical.

For +2 2nd Year, +3 1 st Year, +3 2nd Year and +3 3rd Year classes:
In each academic session, there will be Pre-test examination as well as Test Examination in theory for each subject. There will be only Test examination in practical for subjects having practical.

ELIGIBILITY FOR PROMOTION SENT-UP:
A student has to appear at both the half-yearly and annual “examination or pre-test and test examinations. She has to secure pass mark’s (30% in theory and 40% in practical) in each subject and should have the requisite percentage of .attendance (75%) in order to be promoted to the next higher class or to be sent up to fill up forms to ! appear at the CHSE or University Examinations.

However, a student with 60% of attendance in a subject will be : promoted to the next higher class or sent up to fill up forms to appear at the CHSE University Examination subject to production of medical certificate.

A student found in possession of incriminating materials or adopting unfair means during the above examinations will be debarred from promotion to the next higher class. She will not be allowed to fill up the forms for appearing at the CHSE / University Examinations.

COUNCIL EXAMINATIONS:
The CHSE conducts the Council Examination at the end of the’ completion of two academic sessions of a student and the instant
examination for those candidates who fail in only one subject, securing: less than 30% of marks, but pass in the aggregate (securing 35% of the maximum marks).

A student passed in all subjects securing 60% of the marks and above in the aggregate (including extra marks of the 4th optional) is placed in the First Division. Accordingly, a student with 50% of marks and above but less than 60% in the aggregate is placed in the Second Division and less than’ 50% but secured 35% and above in the aggregate is placed in the Third Division.
Extra marks of the 4th optional is the difference between the marks secured and the pass marks in the subject. Pass Mark: 30% in Theory, 40% in Practical.

UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS:
The University conducts University Examinations at the end of each academic session, i.e. +3 1 st Year University, +3 2nd Year’ University (Pre-Degree) and in the +3 3rd Year, Final Degree Examination.

In order to pass in the University Examination, a student has to secure 30% in theory, 40% in practical and 45% in Honours subject to retain Honours.

The University also conducts Back Examination for those students who fail either in theory or practical or secure less than 45% of marks in Honours papers.

The University conducts M.A. Examinations. A student securing 60% and above of the maximum marks is placed in the First Division and 45% and above but less than 60% of the maximum marks is placed in the Second Division. A student can repeat any paper if she has not secured 45% of marks in that paper.