Evaluation Process

  • Internal Assessment in each theory subject consists of 30 marks
    • 20 Marks to be assessed on the basis of Sessional Examinations (details appended below).
    • 5 Marks for attendance on the laid down criteria.
    • 5 Marks to be awarded on the basis of Teacher's Assessment.
  • Guidelines and Syllabus for Sessional Examination:
    • Sessional examinations are compulsory and will be strictly conducted on the University Examination pattern.
    • 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.
    • Question Papers in the Sessional will be set on the University pattern (formats attached to be strictly followed).
    • Sessional Examination will be of 50 marks, to be converted into 10 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.
    • Pre-University Examination will be of 50 marks, to be converted into 10 marks after evaluation.

Criteria for Awarding of marks

Sessionals Marks obtained by student
1 Sessional Max. Marks: 10 A
2 Pre-University Examination Max. Marks: 10 B
3 Total Max. Marks: 20 A+B

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

MENTORING OF SLOW LEARNER

  • Special care is taken for slow learner
  • To enhance their performance the institute conducts extra online classes. Previous year question papers are given to solve
  • To improve the confidence level of the students, confidence building lectures are arranged. Some faculty members guide the students personally as well as they are encouraged to discuss their problems
  • PPTs of Lecture and course material available on website

MENTORING OF ADVANCE LEARNERS

  • Guidance for career planning
  • Encouraging students for higher studies
  • Encouraging for Competitive Examinations
  • Advanced learners are encouraged to enroll in MOOC Courses – Swayam, NPTEL
  • Guiding and encouraging for research papers in conferences/Journals
  • Training programs for gaining advanced technical know-how
  • Encouraging students to participate in various symposiums like quiz, poster presentation, National and International Conferences, Competitions etc.
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