Rules and Regulations

Pattern of Examinations – The college follows semester pattern of examinations. An academic year is divided into two semesters. Each semester consists of 17-20 weeks of academic work equivalent to 100 actual teaching days. The odd semester commences 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).

A candidate should get enrolled /registered for the first semester examination. If enrollment/registration is not possible owing to shortage of attendance beyond condonation limit / rules prescribed or belated joining or on medical grounds, such candidates are not permitted to proceed to the next semester.

Such candidates shall redo the semester in the subsequent term of that semester as a regular student; however, a student of first semester shall be admitted in the second semester, if he has sufficient attendance in the first semester.

Student must have 75% of attendance in each course for appearing the examination. Students who have 70% to 74% 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.

Special Examination – If a student represent the college by participating in sports activities during CIA tests or if any one failed to appear for CIA tests due to genuine reasons, special examination may be conducted on due representation to the Principal.

Improvement – A student who passes a paper in the first attempt can reappear for the same paper in the succeeding End-of-Semester Examination only, for improvement. Re-appearance for improvement is allowed for theory courses of all semesters, except for the final semester courses. Revised mark statement will be issued after withdrawing the previous one, if the marks obtained in improvement are higher than the marks awarded earlier. When there is no improvement, there shall not be any change in the original marks already awarded. The improved marks shall be considered for classification but not for ranking.

Publication of Results

The results are published within 10 days after the completion of the end semester unless this process is hindered by external factors beyond the control of the institution.

The results of the examinations are published in the institution website. The individual mark sheets are issued within 10 days from the date of publication of results. The Provisional Certificates and Degree Certificates for the students who graduated will be issued by the Tamil Nadu Physical Education and Sports University, Chennai.

Results for Comprehensive Examinations will be published during November/December and May/June 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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