Rules and Regulations

Pattern of Examinations – The college follows semester pattern of examinations. An academic year is divided into two semesters. Each semester consist of 17-20 weeks of academic work equivalent to 100 actual teaching days. The odd semester scheduled from November/December and even semester from April/May. The institution works for a minimum of 36 working hours in a week (five or six days a week). Student must have 80% of attendance in each course for appearing the examination. Students who have 75% to 79% of attendance shall apply for condonation in the prescribed fee along with the medical certificate

Students who have 50% to 74% of attendance shall not be allowed to write the examination. They will be allowed to write the examination on next semester as arrear after compensating the required hours. Students who have below 50% of attendance are not eligible to appear for the examination. They should redo the semester.

Revaluation of Examination Papers:

System of “Transparency in Examination” In respect of B.P.Ed & M.P.Ed Degree Course, any candidate can apply for revaluation of his answer script of any theory paper he had appeared, if he does not satisfy with the marks awarded to him in the paper. Firstly, the candidate has to fill in prescribed application form and remit ` 100 per paper for getting the photo-copy of the answer script. After going through the script, if the candidate desires for revaluation of the answer paper he has to fill in the prescribed application form, pay the revaluation fee (` 400/- per paper) by cash in the Controller’s office.

After the expiry of late dates, the script will be revalued by a panel of evaluators and the revised marks will be intimated to the candidates. The candidates who secure change in marks in the revaluation have to surrender their original mark sheets to the Controller’s office to get revised mark sheets. The revaluation system is not applicable for the Practicum subjects. Applications received after the prescribed due dates will not be entertained by the institution.

Requisition for revaluation must reach the Controller of Examinations within 10 DAYS from the date of publication of results.The candidate is advised to register for the subject in which revaluation is sought, for the next examination within the stipulated time without waiting for the results of revaluation.

Supplementary Tests – If a student represented the college by participating in NSS and sports activities during CIA tests or if any one failed to appear for CIA tests due to genuine reasons, retest may be conducted on due representation to the Principal. On no other ground retest will be conducted.

Results for Comprehensive Examinations will be published after during Novemer and May of respective odd and even semesters of the academic year. Students can view their COE examination results using their Register Number & Date of Birth.

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