Rules (FY/SY)

 

RULES PERTAINING TO F.Y. & S.Y.B.A. /B.Sc. EXAMINATIONS TO BE HELD FROM ACADEMIC YEAR 2006-2007 ONWARDS.

  1.                 There shall be two examinations --- one before the end of the first term and the other before the end of the second term.  The examination will be based only on the portion of the syllabus taught in that term. The Practical Examination in a subject shall be held only once and before the end of Second Term.

2.                 Schemes for Paper

Paper without practical Marks (50+50) =100

 First Term Examination   Marks 50 (Duration 2 Hrs)
 Second Term Examination            Marks 50 (Duration 2 Hrs)
B   Paper with Practical      Marks (30+30) =60 First Term Examination      *Marks 60 (Duration 2Hrs)
  Second Term Examination      *Marks 60 (Duration 2 Hrs)

  *Marks secured at each term to be converted out of 30 marks.

Practical Examination Marks 40 per paper.

 In subjects where Projects/Tutorial are prescribed as a part of work load in the syllabus, the paper in such subject for each term examination will be of 50 marks and 2 hrs. duration.  Marks secured in each papers shall be appropriately converted into 40 or 45 marks as applicable and remaining marks shall be treated for project/tutorial as applicable.

3.                 Additional Examination

 A student who does not appear in some or all the papers either at the First Term Examination or the Second Term Examination on medical grounds involving hospitalization, for representing the College/University in sports, cultural activities, activities of NCC, NSS or for any other reason considered valid and to the satisfaction of the Principal is eligible to appear for the additional Examination.  Application for the same should be accompanied with relevant documents.

A Student who does not appear at both term examinations shall NOT be    eligible to appear for the additional examination.

4.        Standard of Passing:

The passing in the subject shall be based on the aggregate of marks of the First and Second Term Examinations taken together or a Term Examination and additional examination taken together.

Appearance at both term examinations, tutorial evaluation and practical examination is compulsory

F.Y.B.A/S.Y.B.A.

In order to pass in a subject

a)      A minimum of 35% marks in a subject having only paper. e.g. FYBA.

b)      In a subject having more than one paper, a minimum of 20% marks in each paper and a minimum of 35% marks in aggregate.

e.g. S.Y.B.A. – 2 Papers per Subject.

Min. 20 Marks in each paper and total

 70 Marks (Max. Marks 200)

                               F.Y.B.Sc /S.Y.B.Sc.

1.      Theory Paper – Min. 12 Marks each paper  (each of 60 marks ), and Total 42 for F.Y.B.Sc.(2 Papers Max. 120), Theory paper carrying 100 marks-35 marks each paper and for 2 such papers- each paper 20 total 70 marks

And total of 63 for S.Y.B.Sc. (3 Papers – Max.180.), Maths: 35% of 260   

marks -91

2.      In subject, with practicals, a minimum of 35 marks in practical separately.

i.e. F.Y.B.Sc. Min 28 Marks Max. 80 Marks.

i.e. S.Y.B.Sc. Min 42 Marks Max.120 Marks.

           A.T.K.T.  

1.  F.Y.B.A :   will be granted only if the students has failed (a) in not  more

                     than  two heads of passing and (b) carrying not more than 200   

marks.

                        2.  S.Y.B.A:   will be granted only if the student has failed (a) in not more

than two heads of passing and (b) carrying not more than 300

marks  

3. F.Y.B.Sc.:   will be granted only if the student has failed (a) not more than

2 heads of passing (b) carrying not more than 220 marks.

4. S.Y.B.Sc.:   will be granted only if the student has failed (a) not more than

2 heads of passing (b) carrying not more than 300 marks.

           

Gracing shall be carried out as per existing Ordinances of the University.

5.               Verification: There shall be no facility of revaluation of answer books at F.Y., S.Y.B.A./B.Sc. However, facility of verification of marks shall be available.  Photocopies of the same shall be supplied on payment of non refundable fee of Rs. 100/- per answer book.

6.               Ex-Students: Candidates who have failed at the examination or who have been allowed to keep terms for the higher class shall appear as Ex-Student for the ATKT examination held by their respective colleges.

  1.             ATKT Examination :

It shall be 3 hours duration and of 100 marks per paper/subject where there are NO practical and of 2 hours duration and of 60 marks per paper/subject where there are practical.  These paper shall be drawn over the entire syllabus and will consist of two sections, Section I based on First Term portion and Section II based on Second Term Portion.  There shall be two ATKT examinations in an academic year …. One before the end of the First Term and the other before the end of Second Term.

 

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