- a. Group/Unit wise questions should be there with at least one alternative question for
each question to be answered. Questions will cover all units of the syllabi.
- b. 5 questions are to be answered each of 10 marks(for non practical subjects) and 7
marks (for practical subjects).
- c. There will be no separate distribution of objective type questions but these may be
included along with other questions.
- d. Marks should be split like 1,2,3... And should not be more than 10 marks for a
portion of non practical subjects and 7 marks for practical subjects.
| Objective type (in one or two words)
|Very short answer type (in one or two sentences)
|Short answer type (three to five sentences)
|Broad type and critical (marks in between 5-10)
- Odd semesters:
- 2nd test : September/October
- Even semester:
3rd test: January/February
- 4th test: February/March.
For each test of 25 marks, qualifying mark is 10 (40%). If any candidate fails to attend or obtain qualifying marks then only one special test may be arranged before the submission of application forms and fees for the examination.
- i) One should have 75% of attendance both in theory and practical papers. 65% attendance may be considered only on special ground as justified and certified by the Principal.
- ii) One should have to qualify in the Unit tests securing at least 40% of marks.
- i) Name of the paper (concise form) should be given for each paper.
- ii) Papers are designed as 101, 102,.... for first sem, 201,202,... for second sem and 601,602,....for sixth or final semester alongwith approved abbreviation of the subject. E.g. for English Hons- ENGH-101, For English Pass- ENGP-101, for General English- ENGG-101 and for Alt. English- ENGL-101 and so on.
- iii) Class hours must be maintained for each paper. 75 hours for each theory paper of non practical subjects. 20-30 hours for each practical paper.
- iv) Contents may be group/unit wise. All papers of a subject either Honours or pass subjects are of Uniform pattern.