SHRI RAMDEOBABA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT, NAGPUR
An Autonomous College of Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Nagpur ACADEMIC POLICY 2012-13 (For Semester I to IV) UG and PG Courses Under Autonomy Date: 07/07/2012 Preamble The Academic policy has been designed so as to ensure that the students are provided with broad knowledge and are built to become thorough professionals through a continuous process of learning and exploring. The Academic policy strictly adheres to the guidelines, provisions and regulations as per the ordinances and regulations of the college. 1. POLICY ON CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT: i) In a semester a student shall be evaluated for his/her academic performance in a theory (Lecture/Tutorial) course through two Examinations (Test-I and Test-II), Teacher’s Assessment and End Semester Examination. All the examinations shall be conducted as per the syllabi prescribed by the respective Board of Studies and approved by the Academic Council. Examination pattern and marking scheme for Test-I, Test-II and Absentee Test i. Total marks for UG Programme -15, preferably the student will have to solve two questions of 8 marks and 7 marks respectively. ii. Total marks for PG Programme -30 (converted to 15 for calculating continues assessment marks), Preferably the student will have to solve two questions each of 15 marks. iii. Duration of test: 1 Hour* iv. Syllabus for T-I: Minimum 2 units (minimum 1/3rd syllabus in case the syllabus is not unitized). v. Syllabus for T-II: Minimum 2 units other than those covered under T-I (minimum 1/3rd syllabus not covered under Test-I in case the syllabus is not unitized). vi. Preferably question paper pattern: Solve Q. No. 1 or Q. No. 2, Q. No. 3 or Q. No. 4. * The duration examination may vary as per the need of the theory course. The two test examinations will be conducted as per schedule in an Academic Calendar. Valued answer books shall be shown to the students within six working days after the day of examination of the last theory paper. Grievances, if any, shall be addressed by the HOD on application of the students within next two days. Correction in marks, if any, should be communicated to the office of COE in the format prescribed within ten working days after the day of examination of the last theory paper. The marks secured by student in the test examinations before and after addressing the grievance shall be displayed on the department notice board.
Page |2 iii) Absentee examination a. For UG Programmes under autonomy Students who remain absent in a Test-I and or Test II examination will be subjected to absentee test after Test-II as per the academic calendar. The absentee examination would be for 15 Marks only. A student who remains absent for both Test-I and Test-II would be evaluated for 15 marks only and will lose 15 marks. This provision is made only for situations in which the absence is either due to the student representing the college in an academic/ co-curricular and extracurricular activities at University, State or country level or due to reason of illness, death of a near kin, attendance of state or national level competitive exam, placement activities and other circumstances beyond control of the student. To avail this provision, the student is required to apply to the HOD with recommendation from Course Coordinator with relevant documents. It is the discretion of the HOD and Course Coordinator to consider application and decide the mode of examination. No student can avail of this provision for both the Test examinations in any one course in a Semester. b. For PG Programmes under autonomy Students who remain absent in a Test-I and/or Test II examination will be subjected to absentee test after Test-I and/ or Test II within 10 working days of the end of test examination. This provision is made only for situations in which the absence is either due to the student representing the college in an academic/ co-curricular...
Please join StudyMode to read the full document