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Aiming for academic excellence through precise evaluation

As one of the most integral parts of our institution, the Examination Centre ensures that our students are well-versed in their fields of interest through the implementation of empirical evaluation methodologies. Feel free to scroll through and understand our processes.

Overview

The Examination Centre, a critical component of any autonomous institution, was established in 2005 and is headed by the Controller of Examinations. The functions of the Examination Centre are as follows:

  • Primary function is conducting the End Semester Exams/Supplementary Exams for the Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programs and declaration of results.
  • Preparation and notification of End Semester Exam Timetable at least 3 weeks before the commencement of exams.
  • Facilitate the constitution of Board Of Examiners with Heads of Departments
  • Management of Centralized valuation
  • Constituting the Vigilance Squad for smooth conduct of exams
  • Malpractice Enquiry Committee functions under the guidance of COE
  • Issues marks card, consolidated marks card, provisional degree certificate, rank certificate, etc.
  • Prepares Annual Report and sends it to Bangalore University after approval of the Governing Body
  • The Examination Centre co-ordinates with the Registrar (Evaluation) of Bangalore University for award of degree certificates
  • Conducts the Convocation on behalf of the University
  • Centre can initiate changes in the examination and evaluation system with the approval of the Academic Council

Undergraduate

CBCS Broad Structure for UG - 2018 Batch

Mandatory Course & IDC

Number of Hours & Credits

Marks Matrix

Results & Grade Description

Calculation of SGPA & CGPA

Postgraduate

Broad Structure

Broad Structure

Results & Grade Description

Continuous Internal Assessment (CIA)

  • For each semester, there will be one test of one and a half hour duration for UG, one test of two-hour duration for a Core Course Paper and 1 hour each for an Allied Paper, Soft Course Paper & Multidisciplinary Course Paper.
  • The test will be in the month of July/August for odd semesters and in January for even semesters.
  • No re-test will be given for the CIA Test
  • Candidates can view their attendance and CIA marks online.

End Semester Examinations

UG -End Semester Examination (ESE) for subjects with practicals

ESE
  • Duration of Theory / Practical Paper – 3 hours
  • Maximum Marks for Theory – 70
  • Maximum Marks for Practical – 35
Continuous Internal Assessment
  • For Theory Paper – 30 marks
  • For Practical Paper – 15 marks

End Semester Examination (ESE) for subjects without practicals

ESE
  • Duration of Theory Paper – 3 hours
  • Maximum Marks – 100
Continuous Internal Assessment
  • For Theory Paper – 50 marks

Attendance & Minimum for Pass

Attendance

For UG
  • 75% attendance (60% without co–curricular) is mandatory to take up the End Semester Examination (ESE).
  • Student with less than 35% attendance each in all the subjects of a semester will have to repeat that semester again.
For PG
  • Students are required to maintain a minimum attendance of 80% in each paper, for both theory & practicals. Students having less than 80% attendance in a paper will not be eligible to write the End Semester Examination for that paper.
  • A student having less than 40% class attendance will not be eligible to write even a supplementary exam in that respective paper.

Minimum for Pass

For UG
  • No minimum marks required with respect of Continuous Internal Assessment.
  • For subjects with practicals, the candidate shall be declared passed only if she secures a minimum of 40% (28 marks out of a maximum marks of 70 / 40 marks out of a maximum of 100 marks) in the End Semester Theory, as well as a minimum of 40% overall, including End Semester Theory and CIA.
  • The minimum for Pass in the End Semester Practical Examination is 40% (14 marks out of a maximum of 35) as well a minimum of 40% overall, including End Semester Practical and CIA.
For PG
  • There are no minimum marks for CIA. To be declared PASS in a semester a student must secure:

    – 40% in each paper – both in theory & practicals in the ESE as well as

    – Have a minimum of 40% (ESE + CIA) for each paper

    – Along with a semester average of 50%

  • A candidate failing to get a semester average of 50% will be declared fail, even if she has passed with a 40% mark in every paper in that semester.

Results/Revaluation & Exam for Repeaters

Results
For UG
  • Semester results will be announced within 30 days of completion of the last exam.
  • Request for photocopy/revaluation/challenge valuation by the students should be made to the Controller of Examinations within 7 working days from the date of publishing of results along with the prescribed fee and after revaluation, the higher marks will be considered.
  • There is no provision for improvement examination.
  • Students can also apply for Revaluation only if they get 25% of the marks.
For PG
  • As there is double valuation for all the End Semester papers of the PG Courses, the facility of revaluation of papers is not available for the regular papers. The photocopy of the answer scripts can be applied for.

Exam for Repeaters

  • End Semester Supplementary Examination will be conducted in October/November (for Odd Semester Examinations) and in March/April (for Even Semester Examinations).
  • End Semester Examinations for repeaters of fifth and sixth semester papers will be conducted during Odd and Even Semesters.
  • Students may be allowed only a 2-year period, beyond the normal period, to
    clear the backlog papers and be qualified for the Degree. No student should be given the time beyond the extended period of 2 years.

The general formula therefore should be as follows:

Time Span = N + 2 years for the completion of the program

*where N stands for the normal or minimum duration (3 years for UG & 2 years for PG) prescribed for the completion of the program – under section 22 of UGC Act, 1956.

Promotion & Awards

Promotion

For UG

A candidate will be permitted to go to the Fifth Semester provided she has passed overall in 50% of the papers of Part I, II & III of the First and Second Semesters.

For PG

Candidates should clear at least 50% of the papers of I semester and II semester in order to be eligible for the admission to the III semester.

Awards

Prizes will be awarded to students who have secured the highest marks overall in:

  • Languages

  • Optional Subjects
  • Individual Subjects

Medals will be awarded to the first three ranks in each course.

Note: The above awards will be given only to students who complete a UG/PG course in the first attempt on Parents Day.

Important Documents

Degree Certificate and Other Documents

Students who have completed the Degree course can apply for Transfer Certificate, Conduct Certificate & Provisional Degree Certificate and those desiring to do higher education in other Universities can apply for Migration certificate along with the above mentioned ones.

Convocation Degree Certificate

Students need to apply for the Convocation Degree Certificate.

For details regarding Convocation Degree Certificate, check the notification from the Bangalore University (Bangalore University website or college website) – in the month of May/June or December/January every year.

Document Verification
Degree Certificate and Other Documents

Students who have completed the Degree course can apply for Transfer Certificate, Conduct Certificate & Provisional Degree Certificate and those desiring to do higher education in other Universities can apply for Migration certificate along with the above mentioned ones.

Convocation Degree Certificate

Students need to apply for the Convocation Degree Certificate.

For details regarding Convocation Degree Certificate, check the notification from the Bangalore University (Bangalore University website or college website) – in the month of May/June or December/January every year.

Document Verification
Overview

Overview

The Examination Centre, a critical component of any autonomous institution, was established in 2005 and is headed by the Controller of Examinations. The functions of the Examination Centre are as follows:

  • Primary function is conducting the End Semester Exams/Supplementary Exams for the Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programs and declaration of results.
  • Preparation and notification of End Semester Exam Timetable at least 3 weeks before the commencement of exams.
  • Facilitate the constitution of Board Of Examiners with Heads of Departments
  • Management of Centralized valuation
  • Constituting the Vigilance Squad for smooth conduct of exams
  • Malpractice Enquiry Committee functions under the guidance of COE
  • Issues marks card, consolidated marks card, provisional degree certificate, rank certificate, etc.
  • Prepares Annual Report and sends it to Bangalore University after approval of the Governing Body
  • The Examination Centre co-ordinates with the Registrar (Evaluation) of Bangalore University for award of degree certificates
  • Conducts the Convocation on behalf of the University
  • Centre can initiate changes in the examination and evaluation system with the approval of the Academic Council

Undergraduate

CBCS Broad Structure for UG - 2018 Batch

Mandatory Course & IDC

Number of Hours & Credits

Marks Matrix

Results & Grade Description

Calculation of SGPA & CGPA

Postgraduate

Broad Structure

Broad Structure

Results & Grade Description

CIA

Continuous Internal Assessment (CIA)

  • For each semester, there will be one test of one and a half hour duration for UG, one test of two-hour duration for a Core Course Paper and 1 hour each for an Allied Paper, Soft Course Paper & Multidisciplinary Course Paper.
  • The test will be in the month of July/August for odd semesters and in January for even semesters.
  • No re-test will be given for the CIA Test
  • Candidates can view their attendance and CIA marks online.
ESE

End Semester Examinations

UG -End Semester Examination (ESE) for subjects with practicals

ESE
  • Duration of Theory / Practical Paper – 3 hours
  • Maximum Marks for Theory – 70
  • Maximum Marks for Practical – 35
Continuous Internal Assessment
  • For Theory Paper – 30 marks
  • For Practical Paper – 15 marks

End Semester Examination (ESE) for subjects without practicals

ESE
  • Duration of Theory Paper – 3 hours
  • Maximum Marks – 100
Continuous Internal Assessment
  • For Theory Paper – 50 marks
Attendance

Attendance & Minimum for Pass

Attendance

For UG
  • 75% attendance (60% without co–curricular) is mandatory to take up the End Semester Examination (ESE).
  • Student with less than 35% attendance each in all the subjects of a semester will have to repeat that semester again.
For PG
  • Students are required to maintain a minimum attendance of 80% in each paper, for both theory & practicals. Students having less than 80% attendance in a paper will not be eligible to write the End Semester Examination for that paper.
  • A student having less than 40% class attendance will not be eligible to write even a supplementary exam in that respective paper.

Minimum for Pass

For UG
  • No minimum marks required with respect of Continuous Internal Assessment.
  • For subjects with practicals, the candidate shall be declared passed only if she secures a minimum of 40% (28 marks out of a maximum marks of 70 / 40 marks out of a maximum of 100 marks) in the End Semester Theory, as well as a minimum of 40% overall, including End Semester Theory and CIA.
  • The minimum for Pass in the End Semester Practical Examination is 40% (14 marks out of a maximum of 35) as well a minimum of 40% overall, including End Semester Practical and CIA.
For PG
  • There are no minimum marks for CIA. To be declared PASS in a semester a student must secure:

    – 40% in each paper – both in theory & practicals in the ESE as well as

    – Have a minimum of 40% (ESE + CIA) for each paper

    – Along with a semester average of 50%

  • A candidate failing to get a semester average of 50% will be declared fail, even if she has passed with a 40% mark in every paper in that semester.
Results/Revaluation

Results/Revaluation & Exam for Repeaters

Results
For UG
  • Semester results will be announced within 30 days of completion of the last exam.
  • Request for photocopy/revaluation/challenge valuation by the students should be made to the Controller of Examinations within 7 working days from the date of publishing of results along with the prescribed fee and after revaluation, the higher marks will be considered.
  • There is no provision for improvement examination.
  • Students can also apply for Revaluation only if they get 25% of the marks.
For PG
  • As there is double valuation for all the End Semester papers of the PG Courses, the facility of revaluation of papers is not available for the regular papers. The photocopy of the answer scripts can be applied for.

Exam for Repeaters

  • End Semester Supplementary Examination will be conducted in October/November (for Odd Semester Examinations) and in March/April (for Even Semester Examinations).
  • End Semester Examinations for repeaters of fifth and sixth semester papers will be conducted during Odd and Even Semesters.
  • Students may be allowed only a 2-year period, beyond the normal period, to
    clear the backlog papers and be qualified for the Degree. No student should be given the time beyond the extended period of 2 years.

The general formula therefore should be as follows:

Time Span = N + 2 years for the completion of the program

*where N stands for the normal or minimum duration (3 years for UG & 2 years for PG) prescribed for the completion of the program – under section 22 of UGC Act, 1956.

Promotion & Awards

Promotion & Awards

Promotion

For UG

A candidate will be permitted to go to the Fifth Semester provided she has passed overall in 50% of the papers of Part I, II & III of the First and Second Semesters.

For PG

Candidates should clear at least 50% of the papers of I semester and II semester in order to be eligible for the admission to the III semester.

Awards

Prizes will be awarded to students who have secured the highest marks overall in:

  • Languages

  • Optional Subjects
  • Individual Subjects

Medals will be awarded to the first three ranks in each course.

Note: The above awards will be given only to students who complete a UG/PG course in the first attempt on Parents Day.

Important Documents

Important Documents

Degree Certificate and Other Documents

Students who have completed the Degree course can apply for Transfer Certificate, Conduct Certificate & Provisional Degree Certificate and those desiring to do higher education in other Universities can apply for Migration certificate along with the above mentioned ones.

Convocation Degree Certificate

Students need to apply for the Convocation Degree Certificate.

For details regarding Convocation Degree Certificate, check the notification from the Bangalore University (Bangalore University website or college website) – in the month of May/June or December/January every year.

Document Verification
Degree Certificate and Other Documents

Students who have completed the Degree course can apply for Transfer Certificate, Conduct Certificate & Provisional Degree Certificate and those desiring to do higher education in other Universities can apply for Migration certificate along with the above mentioned ones.

Convocation Degree Certificate

Students need to apply for the Convocation Degree Certificate.

For details regarding Convocation Degree Certificate, check the notification from the Bangalore University (Bangalore University website or college website) – in the month of May/June or December/January every year.

Document Verification