Internal Examinations

The evaluation of each course shall contain two parts:

  • Continuous Evaluation (CE) and 
  • End Semester Evaluation (ESA)

UG Programmes

The internal to external assessment ratio shall be 1:4, for both courses with or without practical. The student is required to secure a separate minimum of 30% marks each for internal and external (for both theory and practical). The student is required to secure an aggregate minimum of 35% for a pass for a course. 

The College strictly adheres to the prescribed guidelines of the Mahatma Gandhi University concerning internal assessment evaluation.  As per the guidelines of the University, the continuous internal assessment is based on three components- student’s attendance, writing skills (assignment) AND/OR presentation skills (seminar/viva voce) and knowledge levels (internal examinations) with fixed weightages to each component. All the three components of the internal assessment are mandatory. Components of the internal evaluation and their marks are as given below.

For all Courses without Practical
Marks of External Examination: 80
Marks of Internal Evaluation: 20

Components of Internal Evaluation Marks
Attendance 5
Assignment/ Seminar/ Viva 5
Test Papers (1 or 2) 10
Total 20

 

For all Courses with Practical
Marks of Theory External Examination: 60
Marks of Theory Internal Evaluation: 15

Components of Internal Evaluation Marks
Attendance 5
Assignment/ Seminar/ Viva 2
Test Papers (1 or 2) 8
Total 15

 

For Practical

Components of Practical Internal Evaluation Marks
Attendance 2
Record 4
Test Paper 4
Total 10

PG Programmes

The ratio and weightage between Continuous Evaluation (CE) and End Semester Evaluation (ESA) shall be 1:3. Both ESA and CE shall be carried out using direct grading system. The direct grading is based on 6 letter grades (A+, A, B, C, D and E) with numerical values 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 and 0 respectively.

The components and weightage of CE are shown below.
For all Theory Courses

Components of Internal Evaluation Weightage
Assignment 1
Seminar 2
Best Two Test Papers 2 (1 each)
Total 5

 
For all Practical Courses 

Components of Internal Evaluation Weightage
Written/ Lab Test 2
Lab Involvement and Record 1
Viva 2
Total 5

 
For Project 

Components of Internal Evaluation Weightage
Relevance of the topic and Analysis 2
Project Content and Presentation 1
Project Viva 2
Total 5

 
Grievance Redressal Mechanism
In order to address the grievance of students, a three-tier Grievance Redressal mechanism is functioning in the College. A student can approach the upper level if grievance is not addressed at the lower level.
Level 1: Department Level
Level 2: College level
Level 3: University Level

Internal Examination Grievance Form

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