Examination

The two components of evaluation are Continuous Internal Assessment (CIA) for 25% marks and End Semester Examinations (ESE) for 75% marks.

Continuous Internal Assessment (CIA)

The requisites for CIA are as follows:

 

Two centralized mandatory tests -  Test1 (T1) & Test2 (T2)

 

Quiz &

 

Assignment.

Retest (with the Principal’s permission) is conducted only for those students who are unable to attend either Test1/Test2 due to unavoidable or unforeseen circumstances.


End Semester Examinations (ESE)

Odd semester examinations are conducted in November and Even semester examinations are conducted in April.

ESE question paper consists of

 

Objective

 

Paragraph &

 

Essay type questions.


SUPPLEMENTARY EXAMS

Students can appear for

 

Odd semester papers during November ESE

 

Even semester papers during April ESE.

Outgoing students with only one arrear paper to clear can appear for the same during April ESE.

 

SPECIAL PROVISIONS

REVALUATION

Failed candidates can apply for revaluation within 7 working days after the publication of results.

They should contact the college administrative office for

 

The application form &

 

Details of fee for revaluation.

The revaluation results will be published within 7 working days from the due date for the applications for revaluation.

Revaluation results will be forwarded to the students’ home address.


PRIVATE CANDIDATES

Out gone students with arrears are considered as Private Candidates.

Supplementary examinations in July are conducted only for Private Candidates.

During the July supplementary examinations they can appear for any paper of the following semesters

 

I to VI – UG Courses

 

I to IV – PG Courses

They are expected to bring their ID cards for the supplementary exams and for all sorts of enquiries.


CIA IMPROVEMENT

Private candidates with scores lesser than the required aggregate pass minimum in the internals can improve the same by applying for CIA improvement.

They can apply in the college administrative office at the beginning of the respective semester.

They should attend Test1 and Test2 along with the regular students, of the respective semester.


MALPRACTICE

Students indulging in malpractice during centralized internal tests or ESE will be severely punished.  MALPRACTICE PUNISHMENT (click here) 

They have to face an enquiry committee with their parents.

The enquiry committee comprises of the

 

Principal

 

Deans

 

HOD &

 

Controller of Examinations.

The enquiry committee will inform them of the nature of punishment that has been framed by the Examination Committee.

The following have been framed by the Examination Committee


End Semester Examination

First time offence: Cancellation of examination taken in the particular paper and debarring the candidate from appearing for that paper for one subsequent examination.

Repeat offence: Cancellation of examination of all subjects registered for that session and debarring the candidate from appearing for these papers for one subsequent examination.


Centralized Tests

First time offence: Cancellation of test in that paper and debarring the candidate from appearing for that paper in the retest.

For consolidation of marks

 

For this particular paper available test mark is divided by 2, as the test average.

 

Retest should not be allowed for that paper.

 

Quiz and assignment marks for that paper can be entered and added to test average to get CIA mark (25) for that paper.

Repeat offence: Cancellation of tests in all papers and debarring the candidate from appearing for tests in those papers for one subsequent semester.

For consolidation of marks

 

The available test mark is divided by 2, as the average.

 

Retest should not be allowed for any paper.

 

Quiz and assignment marks for all papers must be entered and added to test average to get CIA mark (25) for all papers.

 

 NOTE:  

She will be allowed to apply for CIA improvement after finishing the course as a private candidate in case of need.

 

 

Vision Statement

Empower women by developing human capabilities through quality education based on Christian values, making them responsible citizens who can work for the advancement of the society and promote communal harmony in the multi-religious and multi-cultural reality of India.
Thought of the day

You shall not be afraid of the terror by night;

nor of the arrow that flies by day.

- Psalm 91:5