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Mr. Debesh Acharya

Hon'ble MLA, Bargarh

Our President

 

  Dr. Saroj Kumar Debata
  Secretary Cum Principal I/C

EXAMINATION

There are two types of examinations conducted in the college.

University Examination: The Sambalpur University conducts examinations for the three-year postgraduate degree courses. College Examination; The College conducts the test examination for different classes.

UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION

The Three Year Degree Course leading to the Bachelor's degree in Arts/science of Sambalpur shall be spread over a period of three academic years. A candidate for the bachelor's dagree in arts/science shall be required to pass the following examinations.

i) First University Examination

ii) Second University Examination

iii) Final University Examination

A candidate shall be eligible the second and final University examination only if he/she has registered for the first and second University examination respectively. However. his/her results shall not be published unless he/she haws passed in the first and Second University Examination respectively. Pass Mark and Classification of Successful candidates.

Aggregate mark for passing the degree examination shall be the sum total of the aggregate of First, Second and Final Examination taken together

1. Class will be awarded on the following basis.

Pass

A minimum of 30% in each subject and a minimum of 36% of mark in the aggregate. Pass with Distinction:

A minimum of 30% in each subject and a minimum of 50% of marks in the aggregate. Pass without Honours:

A minimum of 30% in each subject and a minimum 36% in aggregate in subject other than Honours and less than 45% but not less than 36% in Honours subject. Pass without Honours and with Distinction.

A minimum of 30% in each subject and a minimum 36% in aggregate in subjects other than Honours and a minimum of 50% in aggregate for pass and Honours subject combined. second Class Honours:

A minimum of 30% in each subject and a minimum of 36% in aggregate in subjects other than Honours and a minimum of 45% marks or more but less than 60% on Honours subject. second Class Honours with Distinction. in addition to 2nd class Honours a minimum of 50% marks secured in subject other than Honours in first appearance. first Class Honours:

A minimum of 30% in each subject and a minimum of 36% in aggregate in subjects other than Honours and a minimum of 60% or more in Honours. First Class Honours with Distinction:

In addition of First Class Honours a minimum of 50% mark in aggregate in subjects other than Honours in first appearance, In each of the above examination for subjects having practical a candidate, in order to pass, must have secured a minimum of 30% of marks in theory paper (s) taken together in a subject and a minimum of 40% marks in practical paper other than Honours subjects provided he/she has secured the minimum aggregate mark. In each of the above examination for subjects having practical, a candidate, in order to secure Honours, must have secured a minimum of 45% of marks in theory paper 9s0 taken together and a minimum of 45% in marks in practical paper (s) taken together in Honours subject.

Back Paper:

1. If a candidate is marks absent in any sitting (s) of an examination, such a candidate shall have to reappear in that paper (s) subject (s) in order that his/her results are declared.

2. A candidate failing to secure a minimum of 30% in pass subject and/or a minimum of 40% in each practical paper either in the First, second or Final examination of his University may be allowed to appear in those subjects in not more than two chances (examinations) immediately following that which he was first registered to clear the back paper (s) on payment of prescribed fees.

3. However, if a candidate who has cleared an examination may at his option, appear in all the paper of that examination under the following conditions.

i) Marks secured by the candidate in that examination earlier stand cancelled.
ii0 After exercising the option to appear in all papers of an examination, candidate fails to clear that examination, he/she will be required to appear in all the papers of that examination in a subsequent chance. within 5 Years of first registration to First degree examination.

4. If a candidate has appeared in back papers in the first chance and in all the papers in the second chance and also has failed, such a candidate can appear at that examination (in all the papers) under new course only within 5 years of 1st registration to First degree examination.

5. If the candidate fails to secure the pass marks in the aggregate (under regulation 5.2) he/she may reappear in one or more subjects/paper(s) of his choice from either the First, second or Final examination to make up the deficiency. This chance shall be available to a candidate in maximum two subsequent chances (examinations) only following the Final Examination in which he/she was first registered but within 5years of 1st registration to First degree Examination.

Improvements:

(i) candidates who have been duly admitted to B.A./B.Sc. (Honours) (3year degree course) examination of the Sambalpur University and have obtained only a Second class (Hons.) or passed without Honours can reappear at any examination(s) for the Honours papers only of his/her choice to improve their results within two subsequent chances (Examinations). on application submitted through the Principal of a College affiliated to Sambalpur University in the subject up to the Honours level. The higher of the marks in each paper shall be taken into consideration for determining their results and division However, distinctions if earned by the candidate shall not be effected by improvements examination under the clause

(ii) Provided that a candidate shall be allowed to improve his performance in theory papers only and only once after passing the B.A./B.Sc./B.Com (3years degree course) Examination of Sambalpur University.

(iii) A candidate who wished to improve performance in Hons. Shall be required to ntill in application forms and pay the requisite fees accordingly.

(iv) Collegiate candidates taking this advantage be treated as regular candidate and will be examined on the basis of current syllabus.

(v) The expression 'Subject' shall include all the papers comprised in the subject.

(vi) Provided further that in no case a candidate shall be allowed to appear any examination after 5 years of first registration to First University Examination.

College Examination Rules:

1) All college examination shall be conducted by an examination Committee nominated by the Principal.

2) Students have to take at least one comprehensive general examination during the academic year besides the routine tutorial tests held during the academic year.

3) Students who fail to appear at the comprehensive general examination shall not ordinarily be considered for being sent up for the University Examinations.

4) Students shall be sent up for the University Examination on the basic of their performance at the various examination held during the year to be assessed by the staff Council. The test examination for+3 first year. second year and third year classes are requirements according to Odisa education Code.

5) In exceptional, provided he/she produces adequate documentary evidence in support of his her absence to the satisfaction of the Principal.

6) Any act of indiscipline or infringement of general examination rules or misconduct will mark a student liable for fines and/or detention/rustication.

7) Every student must clear all the dues and must submit a clearance certificate in the prescribed from available in the office before publication of the results if Test/Annual examination failing he/she will detained.

The Odisa Conduct of Examination act 1988:

As per the above Act, adoption of unfair means and loitering near the Examination Centre in course of a recognized Examination is a cognizable offence punishable with imprisonment for a term, which may extent to three months, or with fine. which may extend to three thousand rupees but shall not be less than five hundred rupees. under means has been defined as taking or giving or attempting to take or give any held, other than one permissible. if any under the rules applicable three to from any material, written, recorded or printed or relayed or from any person, in any from what so ever.
 

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