Students must achieve a minimum of 40% marks in continuous assessment throughout the semester. This includes various assessments and evaluations conducted during the academic term. Maintaining regular attendance is crucial. Students need to have a minimum attendance of 75% during the semester to be eligible for the upcoming examinations.
These guidelines aim to ensure that students actively participate in class activities, assessments, and maintain regular attendance, promoting a holistic approach to education in line with the National Education Policy.
The university has assigned colleges the task of evaluating students marks and attendance. Colleges will calculate and submit these marks to the university. However, after the exams, the university will double-check the continuous assessment marks provided by the colleges. It is important for colleges to ensure accuracy, as any incorrect information sent to the university may lead to consequences. The university has the authority to take action against colleges that provide inaccurate or misleading data.
This process ensures a thorough and accurate evaluation of students' performance, with checks in place to maintain the integrity of the assessment and attendance records.
The timing for the first-year Undergraduate (UG) semester exams has been updated. This year, the entry of students will be closed 30 minutes before the exam begins. It is important to arrive on time, as students who come late will not be allowed to enter the examination centers.
Source: Times Of India