The three year undergraduate programme is divided into six semesters, each semester consisting of a minimum of 90 working days, inclusive of examinations distributed over 18 five day academic weeks. The duration of the odd semesters will be from June to October and even semesters from November to March.There will be no break after semesters and the April -May summer vacation pattern will prevail. The time table shall be set according to the day order system to provide proper distribution of working days for all courses. There will be a common calendar giving schedule of admission, classes, internal and external examinations, evaluation and publication of results. The two year PG programme is in four semesters
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There could be four credit, three credit and two credit courses. The number of courses could vary from 30 to 38 depending on the credits assigned to different courses.
Additional credits could be earned over and above the minimum credits by taking more courses, depending on institutional facilities. Such credits earned would be separately shown in the final grade card.
Audit courses for which no credits will be awarded can be taken by students depending on institutional facilities available.
Grace Grades shall be awarded for meritorious achievements in sports/arts by upgrading grades awarded to courses to the next higher grade, provided, such upgradation is limited to a maximum of 8 courses within a programme. Detailed guidelines will be issued by the University in this respect.
Extra Credits over and above 120 credits may be awarded to students for achievements in co-curricular activities (NCC/NSS/Sports activities/Cultural activities/Extension activities etc)
Credit transfer would be possible from one university to another, on the basis of UGC norms.
75% attendance shall be compulsory for appearing for external examination.
There shall be both continuous internal evaluation and end semester external examination. The ratio between internal and external examinations shall be 1:3.
The evaluation of both Internal and External examinations shall be carried out using direct grading system on a 5- point scale and overall certification on a 7-point scale.
The minimum requirement for pass shall be 120 credits with
D grade in all courses and overall grade of C+.
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