Learning Process


Evaluation Process :


Internal Assessment in each theory subject consists of 50 marks:


- 30 Marks to be assessed on the basis of Sessional Examinations (details appended below).


- 10 Marks for attendance on the laid down criteria.


- 10 Marks to be awarded on the basis of Teacherís Assessment.

Guidelines and Syllabus for Sessional Examinations:


- All the 3 Sessional examinations are compulsory and will be strictly conducted on the University Examination pattern.


- First Sessional Examination will be conducted from the Syllabus covered in a subject up to the stipulated date of exams or a maximum of two units, (Unit 1 and 2), whichever is less.


- Second Sessional Examination will be conducted from the Syllabus covered, after the 1st Sessional examination in a subject up to the stipulated date of exams or a maximum of two units, (Unit 3 and 4), whichever is less.


- Each subject Sessional Examination will be of 50 marks, to be converted into 15 marks after evaluation.


- Duration of Sessional Examination will be 2 hours.

Pre-University Examination:


- Pre-University question paper has to be set from the Complete Syllabus of the subject as prescribed by the University.


- Duration of Pre-University Examination will be 3 hours.


Section A: Q.1. has 10 Short answer type Questions and which are compulsory.


Section B: has 8 Questions, any 5 Questions are to be attempted and which are of descriptive, medium and numerical type.


Section C: has 3 Questions, any 2 Questions are to be attempted, and which are of descriptive, lengthy and numerical type.

Criteria for Awarding of marks:



I – Sessional
Max. Marks: 15

Max. Marks: 15

Average of
Sessional I+ II
Max. Marks: 15

Pre-University Examination
Max. Marks: 15

Total sessional marks
Max. Marks: 30

Marks obtained by student



(A+B) / 2


{(A+B)/2} + C



Learning Process

General Proficiency :

The marks for General Proficiency shall be awarded by a committee constituted by the Principal/Director of the College/Institute on the basis of the the performance of a student in the co-curricular and extra–curricular activities and general discipline in the following manner:
Co-curricular & extra-curricular (games, sports, cultural and literary activities, etc.) - 60%
Discipline (inside and outside college/institute campus) - 40%

Methods Of Measuring Learning Outcomes :

If several different sources of data are used, it increases the probability that the findings present an accurate picture. We employ the following formal assessment procedures:
End-of-semester course evaluations
Departmental mid-semester course evaluations
Departmental course objective surveys
Course portfolio evaluations
Exit Interviews
Alumni feedback
Employer surveys
Department academic council meetings
Faculty meetings
Job Placements
Professional societies
Project work
Industrial Trainings
Professional Certifications
HR Summit
Research Publications



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