Parishkar College of Global Excellence (Autonomous)
Rules and Regulations for Examination & Evaluation
- Semester Pattern of Study and Evaluation
- Credit/Grading System
- Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE)
- External Evaluation (EE)
There shall be Internal and External examinations in the following manner :
Course – 100%
Internal – 30% ( Written + Oral )
Continuous Internal Evaluation:-
- Attendance*(75% Compulsory)
- OMR Test/Online MCQ Examination*
- Mid-Semester Examination*
- Class Performance
External – 70% ( Written + Oral )
* Attendance (75% Compulsory)- Students must maintain a compulsory attendance of at least 75% to be eligible to appear in the examination.
* OMR Test/Online MCQ Examination – Experience the efficiency and convenience of our OMR Test/Online MCQ Examination, streamlining assessments and providing immediate results for
an enhanced learning experience.
* Mid-Semester Examination – The Mid Term Examination is a pivotal assessment conducted halfway through the academic term to evaluate students’ progress and understanding of the course material.
Re-test of Mid Semester Examination (MSE)
- Retest will be conducted with the special permission of Principal only for those students who have missed the MSE due to participation in college-sponsored activities, such as NCC, NSS, Sports, Rover and Ranger, Seminar, Workshop, Webinar— during the days of Examinations. The list of the students signed by Principal will be provided to the COE office by the concerned activity in-charges, through Deans.
- Medical reason (due to long-term illness/accident/hospitalization of student/Maternity) of any other extraordinary circumstances with special permission from the Principal before the conduct of examination, or latest by the day of the examination itself, and the application for the same shall be submitted with requisite documentary proof (medical certificate) to the Deans. The Deans will submit the list of recommended cases signed by the Principal to the COE office.
- Serious mishap in student’s first blood relation (Mother/Father/Sister/Brother/Daughter/Son) and In-Laws (Husband, Mother-in-Law, Father-in-Law) on the day of examination or at the most one week prior to the examination, and the application for same shall be submitted with requisite documentary proof to the Dean. The Deans will submit the list of recommended cases signed by the Principal to the COE office.
- The list of students described in all the above cases should be submitted within 5 (five) days after the last examination of the Mid-Semester Examination.
* Assignments – Mid Term Exam’s weightage in program marks, with internal assessment, decided by the Internal Examiner.
* Class Performance – Embark on an exciting learning journey with our thoughtfully crafted curriculum! Each semester brims with captivating activities like presentations, group discussions,
role plays, workshops, and much more, fostering holistic growth.
- External Evaluation (EE) –
- 70% of total course score
- Written + Various Oral Activities = 70%
- External Assessment Activities Follows
2.2.1 Written Examination
- Writing Answers
- Problem solving writing on a given problem
- Future perspectives on any issue related to the course content
- Oral Examination
- Presentation (PPT, Chart, White Board, Poster etc.)
- Group Discussion
- Field Study Report Presentation
- Case Study Discussion
- Role Play
- Industrial Visit Presentation
- Project Based Presentation
- Model Presentation
- Social Research Presentation
- Surveys Projects
- Any Other Activity related by the examiner with the agreement of the student.
Structure of Grading of Academic Performance (CIE + EE)
|Score (%)||Grade||Grade Point Range|
|90 and above||O (Outstanding)||10|
|80 & above but less than 90||A+ (Excellent)||9|
|70 & above but less than 80||A (Very Good)||8|
|60 & above but less than 70||B++ (Good)||7|
|55 & above but less than 60||B+ (Satisfactory)||6|
|50 & above but less than 55||B (Above Average)||5|
|Above 40 but less than 50||C (Average)||4|
|35 to 40||P (Pass)||3|
|Below 35||F (Fail)||0|
(b) Calculation of Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA- “Semester Grade Point Average,” which represents the average grade points obtained by a student in a particular semester.)
Where Ci is the number of credits of the ith course and Gi is the grade point scored by the student in the ith course.
(c) Calculation of Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA -“Cumulative Grade Point Average,”which represents the overall average grade points obtained by a student throughout academic program.)
Where Si is the SGPA of the ith semester and Ci is the total number of credits in the semester.
Equivalent percentage (if required) may be calculated by the approximate formula : CGPA × 10
3. The Office of COE shall be responsible for issue of application & Hall Ticket to the students
- Students shall apply examination form through Online/Offline.
- The students shall pay their prescribed examination fee in the Accounts Office of the college or online.
- Options shall be given to the students to appear for due papers.
- Information shall be given to the HOD and Accounts office regarding each student’s Due Papers & Papers for Improvement.
- Examinations form & fees will be submitted by the students in college within 7 days after the declaration of the results in each End-Semester.
4. Pattern of Examination
- The Odd Semester (I/III/V) Examination shall be held in the month of November/December and the even Semester (II/IV/VI) Examinations in the month of April/May/June as per the schedule of the session.
- The End-Semester Examinations shall be held as per schedule and the same shall be displayed on the College Website & Notice Board at least 15 days before the commencement of the Examination by the office of the Controller of Examinations.
- After the results published of each End- Semester Examinations, the examinees will be provided with a Marksheet reflecting their Marks/Grade obtained in each paper.
- After the result declared Due Papers Exams will be conducted within 30 days or with next End-Semester.
- The option will be decided in counselling by the teachers and the students, looking into the situation of the student.
5. Practical Examinations (EE)
- Practicals can be in a form of Lab practical, Seminar, Viva-voce, Thesis, Project Report, Dissertation, Case Study, Status Report, Training Report, Term Report etc.)
- The Practical Examination will be conducted before or after the theory Examinations.
- Odd Semester Practical Examination will be conducted in 3rd week of November and in Even Semester in 3rd week of May. Schedule may vary if contingencies so demand.
- The Candidate shall be required to submit her/his Practical Records, Project Report/Dissertation/Thesis/Case Study/Status Report/Training Report/Term Report or any other such assignment included in the courses, required for the partial fulfilment of the requirements of a programme, strictly before the date announced by the COE office.
- The Principal may, however, give an extension of 15 (fifteen) days or as per the discretion of The Principal, after the announced date of Examination.
- In case the candidate fails to submit the assignment even at the end of this period of extension, the students shall be awarded an ‘Incomplete Grade (I)’ for this course. Students getting ‘I Grade’ shall have to seek admission to the next Semester and shall have to pay further new fee and other funds as per College rules. Assignments shall be evaluated by a Board comprising of HOD/Dean, Internal and External Examiners.
6. Programmes Having Six/Eight Semesters Duration (UG Programmes)
- Students will strive hard in I Semester but college will promote in II Semester considering many odds in first Semester like : late admission, transition from school to college, from traditional exam system to new system etc.
- The student will be promoted to the 3rd Semester only if the student has passed at least 50% courses of the first Semester.
- There will be no condition for promoting a student from 5th Semester to the 6th In case a student fails to pass after a period of three consecutive years (Six Semesters) the student will be given a period of one year (Two Semesters) more to pass, failing which the student will have to start the whole programme afresh from the 1st Semester. However, such a student will not be required to qualify the entrance test again, if any.
7. Programmes Having Four Semesters Duration (PG Programmes)
- The student will be promoted to the 3rd Semester only if the Student has passed at least 50% courses of the first two Semesters.
- There will be no condition for promoting a student from 3rd Semester to 4th
- In case a student fails to pass all the courses within a period of two consecutive years (Four Semesters), the student will be given one year (Two Semesters) more to pass, failing which he/she will have to start the whole programme afresh from the 1st However, such a student will not be required to qualify the entrance test again, if any.
- Every student will be given a chance to clear the due papers after every summer vacation and, if the student does not take exam or fails in the paper again, he/she will not be permitted to promote in 3rd or 5th semester if he/she has not cleared 66% of the courses.
8. Declaration of Results
- The office of COE shall declare the results approved by board of examiners represented by the respective Department, HOD and Examination Committee.
- Results shall be uploaded on the web portal (www.parishkar.org.) after every Semester Examination.
- The mark sheet shall be issued to the students after the completion each semester examination.
- The consolidated marksheet shall be issued after passing all the papers prescribed in the course.
9. Re-valuation of the answer books
- Re- valuation of the answer books shall be allowed after the complete results in each End-Semester. Separate information regarding this shall be shared on college website and notice board.
- Re- valuation of the Answer Books, offline/online form & fees will be submitted in College, after the declaration of the information, to avoid the penalty for the late application.