The Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) examination shall be implemented in Semester pattern.Examination timetable for the odd semester will be communicated by 20th June and even semester by 7th December. Each semester examination shall consist of a Mid-Semester (Internal) Examination and End Semester examination. Mid Semester examination shall be conducted only for theory papers. End Semester Examination in theory papers carrying full marks above 50(e.g. 60, 75, 80 etc) shall be of 3 hours duration and practical shall be of 3hours (for full marks carrying 25). On the other hand, theory papers carrying 50 marks or below shall be of 2 hours duration.
Mid semester examination will be of 01 hour duration for 20/15 marks(20 for subjects having no practical and 15 for subject with practical papers). There shall be no pass mark in Mid Semester examination. The type of questions will be decided by the college authority.
The Mid-Semester Examination shall be conducted and valued by the Teacher(s) who are teaching the corresponding paper or by any external faculty in the college(s). A student who fails to appear in a Mid-Semester Examination will be allowed one more chance to take the same examination. There will be no provision to re-appear in the Mid-Semester Examination for improvement.
The College has to conduct the Mid Semester Examination between 15th September to 30th October for1st, 3rd, & 5thSemester and in between1st March to 15th March for 2nd, 4th, & 6th Semester respectively and will feed the marks online under the University/College Examination management System within 15 days from the date of examination. In case of Mid Semester examination of Semester-I, marks shall be fed by 30th November.
The College authority will preserve the answer script of the Mid Semester examination for 06 months from the date of publication of result of concerned semester for reference.
The College authority will preserve the answer Script of the End Semester examination for 06 months from the date of publication of result for reference.
Subjects Without Practical :
|Mid Semester||End Semester||Total|
Subjects With Practical :
|Mid Semester||End semester||Total|
|60||25 (20 + 05 (Record))|
Projects : The mark distribution would be subject specific. In general, the Project report will carry 80 marks and viva voce/Seminar will carry 20 marks. The report marks will be subdivided as : Introduction and context : 10 marks; Literature survey : 10 marks; Actual project work methodology : 20 marks, Results, discussion, critical analysis : 10 marks; Clarity of thought and aesthetics of report : 10 marks.
|Qualification||Grade||Mark Secured from 100||Grade Point|
|Qualification||Grade||Mark Secured from 100||Grade Point||Classification for Hons.||Classification for Pass|
|Outstanding||'O'||90-100||10||First Class Hons.||Pass|
|Above average||‘B’||50-59||6||Second Class Hons.|
The duration of end semester examination is as reflected in Clause No.5 above.
For subjects other than language subjects and without having practical, full marks are 100 per paper out of which 20 marks are allotted for Mid-Semester Examination (Internal) and 80 marks are for end semester examination.
For subjects other than language subjects and with practical, full marks are 100 per paper out of which 15 marks is allotted for Mid- Semester Examination, 60 marks is for End Semester Examination and 25 marks is for practical.
For Language courses like Odia, Hindi, Sanskrit, English, the question pattern and marking scheme will be as given in the respective curriculum. For
Paper without Practical :
|Mid Semester||End Semester||Pass Mark – End Semester||Total||Paper Pass Mark|
|20||80||30% out of 80(i.e. 24 marks)||100||40 out of 100 By taking both components (i.e. Mid-Sem + End Sem Exam.)|
Papers with Practical :
|Mid Sem||End Semester||Total||Paper Pass Mark|
|A- Theor y||Pass Mark A-Theory||B-Practical||Pass Mark B-Practical|
|15||60||30% out of 60
(i.e. 18 mark)
|25||40% out of 25
(i.e. 10 mark)
|100||40 out of 100 By taking
(i.e. Mid-Sem + End Sem Exam + Practical)
NB: In order to clear a Semester examination a candidate is required to pass in all theory & practical papers/project component of the said semester.
Scheme of valuation has to be prepared by subject experts, preferably members of Board of Conducting Examiner for every paper and has to be supplied to the valuation zones by the Controller of Examination before evaluation.
A student adopting malpractice and/or showing any indiscipline behavior, violating code of conduct [ Which includes: Use of programmable calculators, mobile phones(except the paper in which it is asked to use such tools )/ smart watch (even in switch off mode), document or any electronic devices having memory chips, leaving the Examination Hall within the first hour from the commencement of the examination, talking to other examinees in the Examination Hall, trying to give any help to others or trying to seek any help from others inside or outside the Examination Hall, using question papers and/or answer scripts for communicating with fellow examinee, exchange of question papers and answer scripts with other examinees/outsiders, writing answers in question papers, writing obscene or filthy languages in answer scripts, taking away the answer scripts or any examination materials/papers to the outside of the examination hall without intimation/permission from the concerned authority of the examination etc.]
A Student may apply through his/her college for Re-addition/Re-Checking of a paper within 15 calendar days from the date of publication of the results in each Semester. In case, there is any answer left unvalued, the same will be placed before the Board of Conducting Examiners of the respective subjects for valuation. The photocopy of answer scripts and information regarding re- addition of marks will be intimated to the candidate within 45 days.
A candidate desiring for re-addition of marks/photo copy of answer scripts may apply for the same in the prescribed application form available in the college with application fees as applicable for re-addition of marks per paper and for photo copies of answer scripts per paper within 15 days from the date of publication of the result. Here publication means the date on which the result of the particular candidate has actually been published.
There will be no re-evaluation processes of the answer scripts. However, in case of serious irregularities in evaluation detected/pointed out, the answer book has to be placed before a high level committee consisting of one member of the Examination Committee, one member of Board of Conducting Examination. and one subject expert for assessment provided the difference in marks claimed is more than 10% of total marks in the paper. .If the new mark awarded by the high level committee is more than 5% of the total mark, the new mark is to be accepted. The recommendation of high level committee will be accepted under approval of the examination committee.