Evaluation for Undergraduate Students:
Performance of a student shall be continuously assessed through in-semester and end-semester examinations. Evaluation is done on a four-point grade system, as follows:
- If a student fails in more than two courses, s/he has to seek permission from the Dean to repeat the semester.
- If a student fails in two or less than two courses, s/he is allowed only three chances to appear in the failed courses as follows:
- First compartment examination will generally be held within a month after completion of regular end-semester on a day to be notified by the university.
- If a student fails in first compartment examination, s/he will be allowed to reappear in the next regular examination of that course.
- If a student again fails in this attempt, s/he will be allowed to reappear again in the following compartment examination.
- A student passing compartment examinations shall get maximum A- grade.
- The GPA of the students should remain 2.0 and above, throughout the duration of their studies. If a student fails to maintain this GPA, or receives two or more permanent 'F' grades then the students may be required to withdraw from the program. The student not obtaining minimum GPA 2.0 in each semester shall be deemed to have failed the semester.
- No student can pass the level with "F" in any particular course.
- The maximum duration for completion of the undergraduate program for a student is seven years from the date of admission in that program.
Evaluation for Graduate Students:
Evaluation is based on continuous assessment. It will be done in internal (50 marks) and end-semester examination (50 marks) pattern. For internal evaluation, minimum of two assignments, presentations (as per syllabus requirements) and two internal tests are mandatory. At the end of the course, students are awarded letter grades on every subjects as per the following grading system.