A student can apply for “I” grade for a course after satisfying the following criteria.
If the student missed final examination of a course due to a genuine reason for example, serious illness/death in immediate family or important official assignment may apply for “I” grade within three weeks from the date of the paper, with sufficient documentary evidence in support of his/her request.
Absences should not exceed the allowed limit in the course during the semester.
He/she has secured at least 60 % aggregate marks in the two hourly exams in the course.
Students would not be eligible for “I” grade for a course, if aggregate marks in two hourly exams are less than 60%, despite the fact the total marks including sessional marks are more than 60 %. In such case, sessional marks would not be considered.
After the above eligibility criteria is satisfied, student will be charged Rs.1,000 being “I” grade processing fee for changing his “F” grade to “I” Grade after the approval of Controller of Examination.
The student being awarded “I” grade will have to appear in the final examination of the subject course in the following semester.
“I” grade of the student would be changed to letter grade by Rector subject to following conditions:
If he/she secured at least 60% marks in the final exam, these marks would be added to previous aggregate marks of hourly exams and sessional marks to determine the letter grade.
If the student failed to appear in final exam in the subsequent semester, “I” grade would be changed to “F” grade by Rector.
If due to some genuine reasons as specified in point no.1 above, the student was not able to appear in the final exam in the following semester, he/she may apply for extension in ”I” Grade with sufficient documentary evidence, for approval of Rector. In case the course is not offered in the next semester the extension will consequently be transferred next to next semester’s
After the final exam results have been posted, a student can apply for rechecking of his answer script of final exam or term project if he/she has certain doubt in marking of the said answer script/term project by his faculty member. Following steps would be required to be taken by the student for rechecking of his/her answer script.
The student has to ensure that he/she has scored at least 60% aggregate marks in the two hourly exams & final exam and absences should not exceed the allowed limit during the semester.
The student shall apply for rechecking of his answer script/term project within three weeks after announcement of result of the examination.
The student is required to pay Rs. 1,000 rechecking fee in accounts department that will issue receipt to the student against this payment.
The student will collect a rechecking form from examination department, fill in the required information and submit it back to examination department along with original receipt of Rs. 1,000. During rechecking of answer script by the faculty member, if the change in marks is found due to counting or calculation error, the rechecking fee will be refunded to the student.
Examination department will attach answer script of final exam required to be rechecked, with the rechecking form and send it to the HOD who will get the answer script rechecked by the relevant faculty member. In case of student request to get his answer script rechecked by a neutral faculty, the answer script will be sent to concerned dean to assign the rechecking task to other faculty member.
In case of any change in marks of question(s), faculty member will mention question-wise previous marks, corrected (revised) marks, reason for change in marks and grade in the relevant columns of the rechecking form and sign the same. The change in marks and grade if found appropriate, will be reviewed by the HOD and approved by the Dean. They will also sign the rechecking form for having reviewed and approved the change in marks and grade of the student. In case of no change in marks or grade the faculty member will mention “no change in marks.” The rechecking form and theanswer script may be sent back to examination department for further action.
In case of change in marks and grade, examination department will compile the revised result of the student after the change in a separate rechecking compilation form. This form shows detail of previous marks and grade before rechecking and add to the previous total marks, the additional marks given by faculty member after rechecking to ascertain total revised marks and grade. The compilation form is checked, rechecked and signed by the competent authority and sent to Registrar and Rector for approval and to record change in the previous marks and grades.
A student can apply for Weight-age for a course after satisfying the following criteria.
If he/she misses any of the two hourly exams for a course due to a genuine reason such as, serious illness/death in immediate family or important official assignment may apply for Weight-age within a week from the date of missed hourly paper, after submitting sufficient documentary evidence in support of his/her request. Weight-age applicability will be determined on the basis of at least 60 percent marks secured in final exam of the course. No request for weight-age will be entertained after one week of the date of the paper.
He/she will mentions complete detail of the missed hourly exam including; semester, course, name of faculty, and date of missed hourly exam.
Weight-age will be applied on the basis of absences should not exceed the allowed limit by the end of semester and at least 60% marks in the course in final exam.
Student will be charged Rs.2000. being Weight-age case processing fee.
After scrutiny and verification of weight-age case, Senior Assistant Controller of Examination will inform the concerned faculty to apply weight-age based on percentage marks of final exam as
illustrated in point no. 6 given below.
Method of applying weight-age: Weight-age will be calculated on the basis of percentage marks
obtained by the student in his/her final exam. That percentage will be applied on 15 marks of missed hourly exam.
Suppose a student secures 30 marks out of 40 that is 75%
Student missed first hourly or second hourly exam of 15 marks
Weight-age marks for missed hourly will be 75% of 15 marks that is 11.25 (15*.75) Another method is (30/40)*15=11.25.
Weight-age is not allowed on single mid-term exam of summer crash program. Students missing single mid-term in summer crash program due to some genuine reasons mentioned in point no. 1 above with sufficient documentary evidence, may apply for special “I” grade for approval of Controller of examination to appear in first and second hourly exam in fall semester. Student will be charged Rs. 2,000 as special “I” grade” processing fee.
Students missing single mid-term in regular semester due to some genuine reasons mentioned in point no. 1 above with sufficient documentary evidence, may apply for special “I” grade for approval of Controller of examination to appear in single midterm or first and second hourly exam in next semester. Student will be charged Rs. 2,000 as special “I” grade processing fee.