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SCHEME OF EXAMINATION/ASSESMENT

  Under the Semester system, introduced by the University of Jammu, the 3 year B.A/B.Sc/ BCA/ BBA/ B.COM Degree Programme shall be spread over 6 semesters, with 2 semesters in each year. The evaluation of each course shall contain two parts: Internal or In Semester Assessment (IA) and External or End-Semester Assessment (EA). Internal Assessment is done by College whereas external examination is conducted by University. Each theory paper shall  be of 100 marks, 20% of which shall be reserved for internal assessment and 80% shall be  reserved for External Examination to be conducted by the University.

Theory

Internal Assessment

The Internal assessment under Choice Based Credit System shall comprise two parts.

Part A: Total weightage to this part shall be 50% of internal assessment marks, i.e., 10% of the total marks or 10 marks out of 20 marks reserved for internal assessment. It will have eight short questions selecting at least three from each of the two/three units (50% of syllabus) covered. A candidate has to attempt any five and each question carries 2 marks.

Part B: Total weightage to this part shall be 50% of internal assessment marks, i.e., 10% of the total marks or 10 marks out of 20 marks reserved for internal  assessment. It will have two Long answer type questions selecting one each  from first two units (50% of syllabus) covered. A candidate has to attempt any  one question and the question shall carry 10 marks.

Time duration for this exam is one hour.

External Examination

The External Examinations in theory shall consist of following
     
  1.     Five(5) short answers to the questions representing all units/syllabi, i.e., at least one from each unit (without details explanation) having 70-80 words in  approximately 6 minutes and having 3 marks for each answer to the question (All compulsory).
  2.      Five(5) medium answers to the questions representing all units/syllabi, i.e., at  least one from each unit (with explanation) having 250-300 words in approximately 12 minutes and having 7 marks for each answer to the question (All compulsory).
  3.   Four/Five(4/5) long answers to the questions (two to be attempted) representing all units/syllabi, i.e., at least one from each unit with detailed  analysis/explanation/critical evaluation/solution to the stated problem within 500-600 words in approximately 30 minutes and having 15 marks for each answer to the question.
Time duration for this exam is 2 1/2 hours only.

Practicals

   50% marks in practical's are reserved for internal assessment including 5 marks allotted for attendance and 50% for external assessment.

      Internal assessment of students shall be made on the basis of his/her attendance and daily performance on a three point scale for which a student can earn a maximum of 15 marks at the end of the academic session. In addition to this, an internal assessment test carrying eight marks and viva voce of 2 marks is conducted towards the close of the session, as per the schedule give in the Institutional Calendar.

      External assessment of students in practicals shall be made on the basis of his / her performance in practical paper (20 marks) and viva voce (5 marks) to be conducted by external examiner.

Note: - For being eligible to appear in the examination, student is required to have 75% of attendance in each theory paper and 30 sessions’ attendance in the practicals of each science subject. Those falling short of attendance in either or both are not allowed to sit in the examination.

Eligibility, Pass Percentage and Promotion Criteria under Semester System

       
  1. A student shall be eligible for End Examination provided he / she has attended not less than 75 % of the lectures delivered in each course in theory and in practical classes conducted  separately.
  2. The minimum marks required to pass each paper in a semester examination shall be 36 % of the total marks in each theory paper, practical (wherever applicable) and Internal Assessment separately.
  3. A student will be eligible for promotion from semester I /III/V to II/IV/VI if he / she has:
         
    1. Secured pass marks in Internal Assessment of Semester I / III/V. 
    2.   Has appeared in at least one of the papers of Semester End examination of Semester I /III as the case may be.
    3. A student will be eligible for promotion from Semester-II to III and Semester IV to V provided he/she has earned at least 50% of the total credits for the subjects/papers of theory/practicals of Semester-I/III as the case may be and passed in  Internal Assessment of all subjects/papers of Semester–II/IV as the  case may be.
  4. A student will be eligible for promotion from Semester-V to VI provided he/she  has passed in all subjects/papers of Semester-I and Semester-IIII. Provided that a student who does not fulfill the promotion criteria (i), (ii) & (iii) above shall  be declared fail in the semester concerned. However, he/she shall have the option to retain the marks in the papers in which he/she has secured Pass marks.
  5. A student who has to reappear in a subject/paper prescribed for Semester-I to IV shall appear in the subsequent Semester end examination to be held as per the dates prescribed by the University.
  6. A student who has to reappear in a subject(s)/paper(s) prescribed for Semester- V & VI shall appear in the supplementary examination.

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