Continuous Formative Evaluation/ Internal Assessment:
Total marks for each course shall be based on continuous assessments and semester end examinations. As per the decision taken at the Karnataka State Higher Education Council, it is necessary to have uniform pattern of 40 : 60 for IA and Semester End Theory Examinations respectively and 50 : 50 for IA and Semester End Practical Examinations respectively, in all the Universities, their Affiliated and Autonomous Colleges.
Total Marks for Each Course = 100%
Continuous Assessment (C1) = 20% marks
Continuous Assessment (C2) = 20% marks
Semester End Examination (C3) = 60% marks.
Evaluation process of IA marks shall be as follows:
- The first component (C1) of assessment is for 20% marks (Refer table below). This shall be based on test, assignment, seminar, case study, field work, project work etc.
- The second component (C2) of assessment is for 20% marks (Refer table below). This shall be based on test, assignment, seminar, case study, field work, internship / industrial practicum / project work etc.
- In case a student has failed to attend the CIA tests on a scheduled date, it shall be deemed that the student has dropped the test.
- If a student is marked AB against IA marks, then it will be considered as ‘ZERO’ marks for the purpose of result processing.
- For assignments, case study analysis etc., of C1 and C2, the students should bring their own answer scripts (A4 size), graph sheets etc., required for such assignments/presentations and these are to be stamped by the concerned department using their department seal at the time of assessing the same. The outline for continuous assessment activities for Component-I (C1) and Component-II (C2) of a course shall be as under.
Outline for continuous assessment activities for C1 and C2 ;
|Session Test||10% marks||10% marks||20%|
|Case Study /Assignment / Field work / Project work etc.||10% marks||10%|
|Total||20% marks||20% marks||40% marks|
- There shall be no pass minimum in respect of internal assessment marks.
- Internal assessment marks may be recorded separately. A candidate, who has failed or rejected the final result, shall retain the internal assessment marks.