Examination Pattern

STRUCTURE OF B.A./ B.SC./ B.COM. HONOURS & GENERAL 3 – TIER EXAMINATION PATTERN

Under Graduate studies

For both General & Honours Course

1)      Part – I at the end of 1st Academic year

2)      Part – II at the end of 2nd Academic year

3)      Part – III at the end of 3rd Academic year

 

For Honours Students:

1)      Part – I : 400 marks [ 2 * 100 = 200 marks honours papers, 2 * 100 = 200 marks general papers]

2)      Part – II : 700 marks [3 * 100 = 300 marks honours papers, 2 * 200 = 400 marks general papers]

3)      Part – III 450 marks [3 * 100 = 300 mark honours papers, 3 * 50 = 150 compulsory papers]

 

For General students:

1)      Part – I : 300 marks [ 3 * 100 = 300 marks General papers]

2)      Part – II : 600 marks [ 3 * 200 = 600 marks General Papers]

3)      Part – III : 450 marks [ 3 * 100 = 300 marks General Papers, 3 * 50 = Compulsory Papers]

A student will be eligible to appear in class test in an Honours subject for Internal Assessment if he/she has at least 50% class attendance in that subject at the time of holding the test.

Internal Marks

The marks of the Internal Assessment are ten, out of hundred marks in a paper. Only Internal examination system has been revised. Two Internal
Assessments of ten marks each paper for Honours courses and one Internal Assessments of ten marks each paper for General courses to be introduced from the academic session 2014 – 15 for 1st yr, 2nd yr and 3rd yr classes.  This is for your kind information for Honours and General, there will be no group. Only “Answer 05 questions of 02 marks each” will be there. 

 

STRUCTURE OF M.A. EXAMINATION PATTERN

Post Graduate studies

1)      1st Semester : 200 marks [ 4 * 50 = 200 marks]

2)      2nd Semester: 200 marks [4 * 50 = 200 marks]

3)      3rd Semester: 200 marks [ 4 * 50 = 200 marks]

4)      4th Semester : 200 marks [4 * 50 = 200 marks] including special paper

A student will be eligible to appear in class test in PG classes for Internal Assessment if he/she has at least 75% class attendance in that subject at the time of holding the test.



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