- Components of internal evaluation with marks are given in the students’ Hand Books and are also explained in the class room. Dates for submission of assignments and tests are given in the hand book. A model examination in the pattern of University examination is also held in each semester. Valued test papers and assignments are distributed to the students along with guidelines for writing the correct answer. Question bank with short answer questions and collection of previous years University examination question papers are also made available.
- Formative evaluation blue print with its components such as attendance, cycle test, assignment and seminar is framed as per the guidelines of parent University. Evaluation comprises details of continuous internal assessment for 25% (CIA) and end semester examinations for 75 % (ESE), marks with the passing minimum of 10 and 30 marks respectively in CIA and ESE. The marks allotted for each component of continuous internal assessment are as follows. Seminar / Quiz 20%, Test 60% , Assignment 10% and Attendance 10%. The total 100 marks are converted to 25% which forms CIA marks for each course of each semester. The performance of the students in the practical course of each programme in UG and PG is evaluated for 60% through summative evaluation and 40% through internal assessment.
Proportion of CIA and ESE marks in theory courses of UG and PG programmes
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The marks allotted for each component of the practical course (UG and PG) in the formative evaluation (CIA) is as follows: Practical skill 60%, Laboratory Test 20% and Record Submission 20%.
Dissertation work carries 75% and 25% for viva-voce examination. The marks allotted (100) is jointly evaluated by the external and internal examiners on the basis of the criterion specified by the parent University.
|Components of Project Evaluation|