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A L IG A R H M U S L IM U N IV E R S IT Y

Under the A.M.U. (Amendment) Act, 1981

(Amended upto May, 2007)

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Contents
Chapter Contents
Contents I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII XIV XV XVI XVII XVII-A Faculties Departments/Board of Studies Classification & Emoluments of Teachers Board of Secondary Education (EC dated 18/19/20.2.84) Committee of Examinations Committee for Advanced Studies & Research Library Committee Admission of Students to the University & University Lectures Residence of Students Fellowships and Scholarships Discipline Committee Convocation for Confering Degrees Fees (Tuition, Examination etc) Evening Classes & Certificate Courses Appointment of Examiners & Moderators Remuneration to Examiners, Invigilators etc Examinations Examinations (Semester System) (OM NO. XM/SPA/F.Ord.II-139dated 8.7.2005) (Revised) Examinations (Semester System) (OM. No. XM/SPA/II-196 dated 24/30.10.2005) High School Examination (for Women Private Candidates) (EC dated 30.7.1987) Secondary School Certificate Examination (EC dated 16.3.1985)

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Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (EC dated 18/19/20.2.1984) Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (Under the Programme of Distance Education) (EC dated 27.2.1984) Pre Medical (Deleted) (EC dated 16.3.1985) BA (Hons) and B.Sc. (Hons.) (EC dated 27/28.9.1986) Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) (EC 31.7.2000) Bachelor of Physical Education (BPE) (EC dated 7.2.2001 & 13.3.2001) B.Sc. (Hons.) (Home Science) (OM NO XM/PA/58(0)/1833 dated 3.9.2004 BA (Hons)/(Pass) under Distance Education (OM No. XM/SPA/II-196 dated 24/30.10.2005) B.Com. (Hons) (EC dated 27/28.9.1986) M.A., M.Sc. and M.Com (EC dated 18/19/20.2.1984) M.Sc. (Agriculture) Plant Protection/M.Sc. (Agriculture) Agriculture Microbiology/Master of Agricultural Economics Business Management/Technology in Agricultural Process and Food Engineering (Under Semester System) (EC dated 18.8.2001 & 29.12.2001) M.Sc. in Bio Technology Master of Physical Education (MPE) (EC dated 7.2.2001 & 13.3.2001) Master of Fine Arts (MFA) MA/M.Sc. (Maths) (OM LD(C) 1292 dated 20.11.2002) MA/M.Sc. (Under Semester System) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) M.Com. (Semester System) (OM No.XM/SPA/II-196 dt. 24/30.10.2005)

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B.Sc. in Engg. (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord. 57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) B.Sc. in Engg. (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord. 57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) B.Sc. in Engg. (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord. 57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) B.Sc. in Engg. (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord. 57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) B.Sc. in Engg. and BE (4 Year Course) (OM XM/AC IV/2759 dated 7.2.95) B.Tech. (Semester System) (EC dated 18.8.2001 & 29.12.2001) B.E. (Seven Semester Course) (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) B.E. (Three & a Half Year Course) (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) Not existing BE (Three and a Half Year Course) (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) BE (Four Year Course) (OM NO XM/AC IV/2759 dated 7.2.95) M.Sc. in Engg. (Four Semester Course) (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) M.Sc. in Engg. (Three Semester Course) (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) M.Sc. in Engg. (Three Semester Course) (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) M.Sc. in Engg. (Three Semester Course in Petroleum Processing/ Petrochemicals)(Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005)

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M. Tech (Three Semester Course) (Civil/Chemical/Electrical/Electronics/ Mechanical/Petrochemical Engg.) (Updated till 27.2.1999) 236238 M.Tech. (Four Semester Course) (Civil/Chemical/ Computer Sc. & Engg. /Electrical/Electronics/Mechanical/ Petrochemical Engg.) (wef from the session 2003-2004) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dt 8.7.2005) Diploma in Engg. (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II139 dated 8.7.2005) Diploma in Engg. (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II139 dated 8.7.2005) Diploma in Engg. (wef 1996-97) (OM/AC-IV/PA/Ord/224 dated 6.2.1997) Diploma in Engg. (Architecture, Civil, Design & Constructional Technology, Design & Production Engg., Electrical, Instrumentation & Control and Mechanical) (3 year courses) (wef 20022003) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) 3Year Diploma Courses in University Polytechnic (OM. No. XM/SPA/ FN-68/II-341 dated 10.6.2006) Diploma in Catering & Food Technology, Architecture Assistantship, Electronics Engineering Costume Design & Dress Making and Office Assistantship & Secretarial Practice (For Women Only) (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II139 dated 8.7.2005) 3-Year Diploma in Engg. (Electronics/Electronics (TV Tech)/Computer) and 2-Year Diploma in Costume Design & Garment Technology and Diploma in Office Assistantship & Secretarial Practice (wef 1996-1997) (AC-IV/PA/Ord. 22, dated 6.2.97/EC dated 5.7.97) Diploma in Engg.(Electronics/Information Technology/Computer) (3 Year Courses) Diploma in Costume Design & Garment Technology and Diploma in Office Assistantship & Secretarial Practice (2 Year Courses) (wef 20022003) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005)

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3 Year Diploma in Engineering in Womens Polytechnic (OM No. XM/SPA/FN-68/II-341 dated 10.6.2006) 2 Year Diploma in Costume Design & Garment Technology/Secretarial Practice in Womens Polytechnics) (OM No. XM/SPA/ FN-68/II-341 dated 10.6.2006) Certificate in Mechanical/Civil Draftmanship (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) BUMS and Transitory Ordinances (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) BUMS (EC : dated 21/22.2.81 & 27.3.1987) BUMS (EC dated 18.8.2001 & 29.12.2001) MD (Ilmul Advia) (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II139 dated 8.7.2005) Mahir-e-Tib (MD) (Unani) (EC dated 27.3.1987) Mahir-e-Tib/(MD/MSUnani) (Effective from 2001-Batch) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) (Effective from 1997-Batch) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II139 dated 8.7.2005) Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) (EC dated 9.3.2000) B.D.S. (OM No. XM/SPA/FN-75/II-278 dated 27/28.3.2006) MD/MS (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II139 dated 8.7.2005) MD/MS and Diploma Courses (EC dated 27.2.1999) Diploma in Ophthalmology (D.O) (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) Diploma in Orthopaedic Surgery (D.O.S.) (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005)

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Diploma in Laryngology & Otology (D.L.O.) (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) Diploma in Anaesthesiology (D.A.) (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) Diploma in Medical Radio Diagnosis (DMRD) and Diploma in Medical Therapy (D.M.R.T.) (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) Diploma in Gynaecology & Obstetrics (D.G.O.) (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) Diploma in Child Health (D.C.H.) (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) Diploma in Clinical Pathology (D.C.P.) (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) B.Lib. & I.Sc. (EC dated 12/13/15.7.1980) M.Lib. & I.Sc. MLI Sc. (Semester System) (OM No. XM/SPA/II-196 (dt. 20/30.10.2005) M.B.A. (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) M.B.A. (EC : dated 9.9.96 & 3.5.97) M.B.A. (wef 2001 2002) (EC dated 18.8.2001 & 29.12.2001) MIBM (EC dated 9.9.96 & 3.5.97) MIMB (wef 2001 2002) (EC dated 18.8.2001 & 29.12.2001) MBA (IB) (OM XM/SPA/FN-75/278 dated 27.28.3.2006) DBA (EC dated 9.3.2000) Diploma in Secretarial Work (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) Diploma in Steno Typing

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Advanced Diploma in Professional Psychology (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) P.G. Diploma in Rehabilitation Psychology (wef 2002-2003) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) Diploma in Foreign Affairs (Deleted) (EC dated 16.3.1985) Diploma in Public Administration (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) P.G. Diploma in West Asian Studies Advanced Diploma in Mathematics (Deleted) (EC dated 16.3.1985) P.G. Diploma in Hydrogeology Diploma in Statistics (A) Certificate of Proficiency in Language (B) Diploma of Proficiency in Language (EC dated 21/22.2.1981) Diploma in Linguistics Certificate in Qirat Certificate in Shia Theology (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II139 dated 8.7.2005) Diploma in Qirat Diploma in Shia Theology (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) Diploma in Professional Courses (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) One-Year Diploma in Professional Courses (EC dated 6.4.96) Two-Year Diploma in Professional Courses (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) Three-Year Diploma in Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005)

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P.G. Diploma in Computer Science (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) Diploma in Teaching (Urdu Medium) (EC dated 28.9.1986) Diploma in Forensic Medicine (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) Diploma in Tuberculosis & Chest Diseases (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) M.CH (Plastic Surgery) (EC dated 12/13/15.7.1980) Diploma in Drafting & Designing (Civil/Mech.) (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) P.G. Diploma in Petroleum Processing (Deleted) (EC dated 24.9.94) Post B.Sc. Diploma in Computer Science & Application (PDCA) (EC dated 19.4.1986) Post B.Sc. Diploma in Computer Science & Application (PDCA) (Semester System) (wef 2003-2004) Master in Computer Science & Application (MCA) (EC dated 24.9.94) Master in Computer Science & Application (MCA) (EC dated 24.9.94) (Semester System) (wef 2003-2004) Certificate in Urdu Calligraphy (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) Diploma in Urdu Calligraphy (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) M.Tech (Applied Geo-Physics) (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) M.Tech (Remote Sensing Application) (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) Post M.Sc. Diploma in Museology (EC dated 14/15.9.91) P.G. Diploma in Teaching of English Language & Literature (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005)

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Certificate in Professional Skills (for Women) (EC dated 27.3.1987) P.G. Diploma in Marketing Management (EC 10/11.12.1988) P.G. Diploma in Personnel Management (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) PG Diploma in Business Finance (Part-Time Evening Course) (wef 1997-1998) Diploma in Drafting & Designing (Civil/Mech) & Transitory Ordinances (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) P.G. Diploma in Urdu Translation (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) P.G. Diploma in Applicable (Industrial) Mathematics (OM XM/ACIV/1187 dated 5.7.1988) P.G. Diploma in Portfolio Management (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) P.G. Diploma in Cooperation and Rural Development (Deleted) (OM XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II 139 dated 8.7.2005) B.Arch. (OM No. XM/AC-IV/2759 dated 7.2.1995) B.Arch. (Under Semester System) (EC dated 18.8.2001 & 29.12.2001) Master of Social Work (MSW) (EC dated 5.7.1997) Master of Social Work (MSW) (EC dated 18.8.2001 & 29.12.2001) P.G. Diploma in Human Rights (AC dated 19.6.1997) P.G. Diploma in Human Rights (OM No XM/SPA/II-196 dt. 24/30.10.2005) P.G. Diploma in Womens Studies (OM. No. XM/SPA/FN-75/II-278 dt. 27/28.3.2006) Master in Journalism & Mass Communication (MJMC) (EC dated 27.2.1999)

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Master in Journalism & Mass Communication (MJMC) (EC dated : 18.8.2001 & 29.12.2001) MJMC (Semester System) (OM No. XM/SPA/II-196 (dt. 24/30.10.2005) MA (Mass Communication) (Change of Nomenclature from MJMC to MAMC/EC dated 4.10.2005) M.Sc. (Museology) (OM No. XM/SPA/II-196 dated 24/30.10.2005) Post M.Sc. Diploma in Museology(OM No. XM/SPA/II-196 dt. 29/30.102005) Master of Finance & Control (MFC) (AC dated 27.7.1999) Master of Tourism Administration (MTA) (AC dated 27.7.1999) M.Tech. (Computer Science & Technology) Post Diploma in Environmental Engineering (EC dated 13.3.2001) Advanced Diploma in Multimedia System Management & Application (OM No. XM/SPA/FN-68/II-341 dt. 10.06.2006) Ph.D. (Business Administration) Revised vide O.M. No. (C)/1802 dt.27.4.2006 from the office of Registrar P.G. Diploma in Banking, Risk and Insurance Management (O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.No. 57(xiii)/II-516 dt. 21.2.2007)

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ALIGARH MUSLIM UNIVERSITY ORDINANCES (ACADEMIC)

UNDER THE A.M.U. (AMENDMENT) ACT, 1981 (AMENDED upto May, 2007)

CHAPTER I FACULTIES (Statutes 20 and 21)


1. The assignments of the Departments of Studies to the various Faculties shall be as follows: (a) Dean Faculty of Arts: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) Department of Arabic Department of English Department of Hindi Department of Linguistics Department of Persian Department of Philosophy Department of Sanskrit Department of Urdu Department of Modern Indian Languages Department of Fine Arts

(b) Dean Faculty of Social Sciences: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) Department of Economics Department of Education Department of History Department of Islamic Studies

Ref. Ministry of Education & Culture No. F.3-5/81 Desk (U) dated 27.7.1984. E.C. Res. No. 4 (para 22 2 of Appendix C) dated 9.4.1988.

2 (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) (xi) Department of Library and Information Science Department of Political Science Department of Psychology Department of Sociology and Social Work Centre of West Asian Studies Department of Physical Health & Sports Education Department of Mass Communication
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(c) Dean Faculty of Commerce: (i) Department of Commerce

(d) Faculty of Law: (i) Department of Law

(e) Faculty of Theology: (i) (ii)


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Department of Sunni Theology Department of Shia Theology

(f) Faculty of Science: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) Department of Chemistry Department of Geography Department of Geology Department of Mathematics Department of Physics Department of Military Science Department of Statistics and Operations Research. Department of Computer Science

** (g) Faculty of Life Sciences: (i) (ii) **(iii) **(iv) (v) Department of Botany Department of Zoology Department of Bio-Chemistry Centre of Wildlife and Ornithology Department of Museology

(h) Faculty of Medicine: (i) Department of Anatomy


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HRD No. F.3-47/91 Desk (U) dated 5.3.92. HRD No. F. 3-10/99 Desk (U) dated 24.5.99 M/O No. Education & S.W. No. F.3-5/81 Desk (U) dated 13.9.85. M/O HRD No. F. 3-28/91 Desk (U) dated 11.11.96./Change of nomenclature from MJMC to MAMC vide EC dated 4.10.2005 and University Court dated 12.2.2006. ** E.C. Res. No. 9(49) dated 30.7.1987. E.C. Res. No. 4 (para 222) dated 9.4.1988. EC dated 21/22.11.1987.

3 (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) (xi) (xii) (xiii) (xiv) (xv) (xvi) (xvii) * (xviii) (xix) (xx) (xxi) (xxii) (xxiii) (xxiv) (xxv) Department of Physiology Department of Bio-Chemistry Department of Pharmacology Department of Pathology Department of Microbiology Department of General Surgery Department of Radio-Diagnosis Department of Forensic Medicine Department of Medicine Department of Paediatrics Department of Community Medicine Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department of Ophthalmology Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Department of Anaesthesiology Department of Otorhinolaryngology (ENT Surgery) Department of Dental Surgery Department of Tuberculosis & Chest Diseases Department of Dermatology Department of Psychiatry Department of Radio-Therapy Department of Prosthodontics/Dental Material Department of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Department of Oral & Dental Pathology & Microbiology/ Oral Medicine & Dental Radiology (xxvi) Department of Periodontia & Community Dentistory (xxvii) Department of Othodontia/Human Dental Anatomy (xxviii) Department of Pedodontia (xxix) Department of Conservative Dentistry including Endodontics

(i) Faculty of Engineering & Technology: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) *** (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) **** (ix)

Department of Electrical Engineering Department of Mechanical Engineering Department of Civil Engineering Department of Technology Department of Chemical Engineering Department of Applied Chemistry Department of Applied Mathematics Department of Applied Physics Department of Electronics Engineering

E.C. Res. No 20(5) (b) dated 18/19/20 Feb., 1984. M/O Education & Social Welfare, No. 3-40/72 U-2 dated 24.10.72. E.C. Res. No. 27 dated 19.4.1986. * E.C. Res. No. 9(49) dated 30.7.87. M/O HRD No. F.3-16/92 Desk (U) dated 14.7.92. M/O HRD No. F.3-24/99 Desk (U) dated 28.6.2000. *** EC dated 12/13/15.7.1980. EC dated 28.9.1986. **** EC dated 9.4.1988.

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Department of Computer Engineering Department of Petroleum Studies. Department of Architecture.

(j) Faculty of Unani Medicine: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) *** (vii) Department of Ilmul Advia Department of Kulliyat (including Tashreeh) Department of Moalijat (including Niswan-o-Atfal) Department of Jarahat Department of Tashreeh-wa-Munafeul Aza Department of Amraz-e-Niswan-wa-Atfal Department of Hifzan-e-Sehat-wa-Tibbi Samaji

(k) Faculty of Agricultural Sciences:


(i) (ii) (iii) (iv)

Department of Post-Harvest Engineering & Technology Department of Plant Protection. Department of Agricultural Economics & Agricultural Business Management. Department of Agricultural Micro-biology.

(l) Faculty of Management Studies & Research: (i) Department of Business Administration.

2.

In addition to the provisions made by Statute 21, the Faculties shall: (a) (b) recommend to the Academic Council, schemes for improvement in academic standards. Consider and make such recommendations to the Academic Council on any question pertaining to their respective sphere of work as may appear to them necessary. The meeting of the Faculties shall be either Ordinary or Special; Ordinary meetings shall be held in the months of August, October, December, February and April in every academic year as far as possible; Special meetings shall be called by the *Registrar at the suggestion of the Vice-Chancellor or the Dean of the Faculty concerned.

3.

(a) (b)

(c)

HRD No. F.3-28/91 Desk (U) dated 11.11.96. HRD No. F.3-31/96 Desk (U) dated 9.2.2000. HRD No. F.3-15/99-Desk (U) dated 8.12.1999. E.C. Res. No. 9(60) dated 30.7.1987. HRD No. F.3-14/99-Desk (U) dated 19.4.2000. *** M/O HRD No.3-12/99 Desk (U) dated 21.6.99. M/O HRD No. F.3-25/99 (U) dated 31.5.2000. M/O HRD letter No. F.3-33/91 Desk (U) datd 30.1.96. * E.C. dated 8/9.5.2001.
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5 Provided that the Registrar shall convene a special meeting at the written request of at least one-third of the members of the Faculty concerned within 10 days of the receipt of such request;
*

(d)

Notice for Ordinary meeting and Special meeting shall be issued by the Registrar at least fourteen days before the date fixed for the ordinary meeting and at least seven days before the date fixed for the special meeting. No item other than those notified earlier shall be discussed at the special meeting; Quorum of the meeting of the Faculty shall be at least one-third of its membership.

(e) (f) 4.

The Dean of the Faculty, in addition to the powers and functions prescribed in Statute 7(7) shall: (a) (b) take suitable steps to have the meetings of the Faculty convened; supervise and coordinate teaching and research in the Faculty through the Chairman of Departments, and take steps to promote inter-disciplinary teaching and research wherever necessary; take suitable steps to give effect to the decisions/recommendations of the Faculty; perform such other duties as may be assigned to him by the Academic Council and the Executive Council.

(c) (d)

Provided that in the case of Colleges and other Institutions maintained by the University, the duty of supervising and coordinating teaching and maintaining discipline in the class rooms and laboratories shall be performed by the Principals of the Colleges or the Heads of the Institutions concerned. 5. The Dean shall, as early as practicable, after the commencement of the academic session, constitute the Students Advisory Committee of his Faculty, in the manner prescribed by the Regulations.

A.C. dated 8/9.5.2001.

CHAPTER II DEPARTMENTS/BOARDS OF STUDIES [Statute 20(2)(d) and 22]


1. Each Department of Studies shall consist of the following: (a) persons specified under Statute 20(2)(d)(i to iv); (b) teachers at the Womens College maintained by the University engaged in teaching the subject or subjects assigned to the Departments;

Provided that when the Department functions as Board of Studies, the following shall also be its members: (i) two persons engaged in teaching allied or cognate subjects in the University, to be assigned by the Academic Council for a period of two years; Provided further that no person shall be assigned to more than two Departments; two persons not engaged in teaching in the University, having expert knowledge of the subject or subjects taught in the Department to be co-opted by the Department for a period of two years.

(ii)

2.

In addition to the provisions made in Statute 22(3), the Boards of Studies shall: (a) (b) recommend to the Faculty concerned the names of Moderators for all examinations. recommend to the Committee for Advanced Studies and Research of the Faculty concerned the applications for admission to the Ph.D. course and the names of the supervisors; perform such other functions as may be assigned by the Faculty concerned or the Academic Council or the Executive Council; approve subjects for dissertation.

(c)

(d)
*

Provided that the functioning of Departments of Applied Chemistry, Applied Mathematics, and Applied Physics shall be coordinated with the Departments of Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics respectively by separate committees to be constituted by the Academic Council consisting of the members of the Faculties of Science and Engineering & Technology for purposes of avoiding duplication in research, postgraduate courses, equipments and other related matters. 3.

Quorum for the meeting of the Departments/Boards of Studies shall be one-third of its total membership. (a) Subject to the provisions of Statute 8(1) of the Statutes of the University, the Chairman of a Department shall be appointed in the following manner, to wit:-

4.

E.C. Res. No. 30(b) dated 30.8/27 & 28.9.1986. E.C. dated 30.11.95, 16/17.12.95, 6.4.96.

7 (i) In a Department where there is one Professor and no Reader, he shall be appointed Chairman for a period of three years. In a Department where there are more Professors than one, the Professors shall be appointed Chairman in rotation according to their seniority in the grade of professor, each for a term of three years;

(ii)

(iii) In a Department where there is one Professor and one Reader, the Professor shall be appointed first as Chairman of the Department and thereafter, the Reader shall be appointed for a period of three years. (iv) In a Department where there is one Professor and more Readers, the Professor shall be appointed first as Chairman of the Department and thereafter the senior Reader from amongst the two senior most Readers by rotation for a period of three years. In a Department where there is no Professor, Readers in the Department shall be appointed Chairman in rotation according to their seniority in the grade of Reader, each for a period of three years. The cycle of rotation under the provisions of sub-clause (a) above shall begin from the date to be notified by the Vice-Chancellor (hereinafter called the notified date), but if the person to be appointed Chairman under these Ordinances has been serving as Chairman during the period immediately preceding the notified date, his term shall be counted from the date he has been continuously holding office as Chairman of the Department, and if he has already continuously served for three years or a longer period as Chairman of the Department before the notified date, he shall cease to be Chairman on the notified date, and the person who would have been appointed Chairman after him under the provisions of sub-clause (a) above shall there upon take office in succession to him; Provided that a person shall be eligible for re-appointment as Chairman, if, subsequent to his holding that office either there is no other person entitled to be Chairman, or all other persons entitled to be so appointed after him have duly held office in rotation and a new cycle of rotation has begun, in accordance with the provisions of sub-clause (a) above. (c) When the office of the Chairman is vacant or when the Chairman is, by reason of illness, absence or any other cause, unable to perform the duties of his Office, the duties of the Office shall be performed by a person to be appointed as Acting Chairman by the Vice-Chancellor on the basis of seniority from among the Professors (and in case there is no Professor from among the Readers) of the Department. Provided that in case the Chairman of a Department appointed under sub-clause (a) is absent from duty for any reason, or proceeds on leave, for a period of one year or longer, his appointment as Chairman shall come to an end with effect from the date of his absence and the next senior person shall be appointed as Chairman for a term of three years under subclause (a), with effect from the same date.

(v)

(b)

E.C. Res. Dated 31.11.95/16-17.12.95/6.4.96. E.C. Res. No. 7 dated 30.7.1987 (Special Meeting).

(d)

In the Faculty of Medicine, no person who does not have the medical qualifications prescribed by the Medical Council of India as essential qualifications for being appointed as a Chairman or Head of the Department shall be appointed as Chairman of a Clinical Department; and any such person who has been appointed Chairman/Director prior to the commencement of this amendment shall be deemed to have completed his term and cease to be the Chairman of the Department or Director of an Institute with the commencement of this amendment; Provided that no person who does not have the qualifications in Unani Tib as prescribed by the Central Council of Indian Medicine as essential qualifications for being appointed as Chairman or Head of the Department, shall be appointed as Chairman of any Department in the Faculty of Unani Medicine (except the Department of Jarahat).

5.

The Chairman of a Department shall under the general supervision of the Dean:(a) issue notice for meetings of the Department;

Provided that the notices of the meeting of the Department when it has to perform the functions of Board of Studies shall be issued by the *Registrar.

Provided that the *Registrar shall convene a meeting of the Board of Studies at the written request of at least one-third of the members of the Board of Studies concerned within 10 days of the receipt of such request. (b) organize teaching work and frame the time-table in conformity with the allocation of teaching work made by the Boards of Studies; organize research in the Department; assist the Dean in coordinating the teaching and research activities of the Department with the activities of other Departments of the Faculty. assign to the teachers in the Department such duties as may be necessary for the proper functioning of the Department; and to assign work and to exercise control over the nonteaching staff in the Department; maintain discipline in classrooms and laboratories through teachers; take suitable steps to give effect to the decisions/recommendations of Board of Studies/ Department; perform such other duties as may be assigned to him by the Faculty or the Academic Council or the Executive Council.

(c) (d)

(e)

(f) (g)

(h)

6.

Board of Studies for subjects other than those assigned to the Departments of Studies as in Chapter I shall be assigned as follows:-

E.C. Res. Dated 30.11.95/16-17.12.95/6.4.96. E.C. Res. No. 13(44) (10)(b) dated 12/13/15 July 1980. * A.C. Res. dated 8/9.5.2001.

9 (a) (i) (b) (i) (c) (i) Faculty of Arts: Indian Humanities, Faculty of Life Sciences: Home Science Faculty of Engineering and Technology:

deleted.(B.O.S. of Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, allied Sciences & Humanities Sections)

(ii) The following sections at the University Polytechnic:(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v)

Civil Engineering Section Electrical Engineering Section Mechanical Engineering Section Applied Sciences and Humanities Section Architectural Assistantship Section The following sections at the Womens Polytechnic:

(iii) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v)

Electronics Engineering Section, Costume Design and Dress Making Section, Office Assistantship and Secretarial Practice Section, Applied Sciences and Humanities Section Computer Engineering Section

**

7.

The Board of Studies for Indian Humanities shall consist of the following:(i) (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) Dean, Faculty of Arts (Chairman) Chairman of the Department of Sanskrit Chairman of the Department of Arabic Chairman of the Department of Persian Chairman of the Department of English Chairman of the Department of Urdu Chairman of the Department of History Chairman of the Department of Philosophy Two teachers not in the service of the University having expert knowledge of the subject appointed by the Faculty of Arts for a period of two years. The Board of Studies for *Home Science shall consist of the following:Principal, Womens College (Chairman) Dean, Faculty of Life Sciences*

***

(ii) (a) (b)

E.C. Res. No. 10 dated 16/17.5.1989. E.C. Res. No. 30(b) dated 30.8/27 & 28.9.1986. E.C. Res. No. 26(6)2 (6) dated 9.4.1988. E.C. dated 7.2.2001 & 13.3.2001. ** E.C. Res. No. 16 dated 10/11.12.1988. *** E.C. Res. No. 16 dated 10/11.12, 1988. (E.C. Res. No. 3(b) dated 30.8./27-28.9.1986).

10 (c) (d) (e) Teachers teaching the subject at the Womens College Two persons teaching allied or cognate subjects in the University, to be assigned by the Academic Council for a period of two years. One person not in the service of the University having expert knowledge of the subject, to be co-opted by the Board of Studies for a period of two years.

(iii)
**

deleted. (B.O.S. of the Sections in ZH College of Engg. & Tech.)

(iv)

The Boards of Studies for each Section of the University Polytechnic other than Applied Sciences and Humanities shall consist of the following:Principal of the Polytechnic (Chairman) All the teachers of the concerned Section concerned at the University Polytechnic excluding Guest Faculty and those engaged on EDA basis. Two teachers engaged in teaching the subjects in the University to be assigned by the Faculty for a period of two years. Two persons not in the service of the University appointed by the Faculty for their special knowledge of the subjects, for a period of two years. The Board of Studies for the Applied Sciences and Humanities Section at the University Polytechnic shall consist of the following:Principal of the University Polytechnic (Chairman) Teachers of the subjects at the Polytechnic assigned to the Section Two teachers engaged in teaching the subjects in the University to be assigned by the Faculty for a period of two years. Two persons not in the service of the University appointed by the Faculty for their special knowledge of the subjects assigned to the Section, for a period of two years.

(a) (b)

(c)

(d)

(v)

(a) (b) (c)

(d)
*

(vi)

The Board of Studies for each Section of Womens Polytechnic shall consist of the following:(a) (b) (c) Principal of the Womens Polytechnic (Chairman) Teachers of the subjects at the Womens Polytechnic assigned to the Section. Two teachers engaged in teaching allied or cognate subjects in the University to be assigned by the Faculty for a period of two years. Two persons not in the service of the University appointed by the Faculty for their special knowledge of the subjects assigned to the Section for a period of two years.

(d)

E.C. Res. No. No. 10 dated 16/17.5.1989. OM No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005. * E.C. dated 3.8.91/14-15.9.91.
**

11 8. (i) The Boards of Studies as in clause 7 above shall perform the functions as provided in Statute 22 and Ordinances made there under; Provided that there shall be a Reader-in-Charge of each Section at the University Polytechnic who shall, under the general supervision of the Principal:(a) (b) (c) organize teaching in the section; maintain discipline in the class rooms and laboratories through teachers; assign to the teachers in the Section such duties as may be necessary for the proper functioning of the Section; and perform such other duties as may be assigned to him by the Principal of the Polytechnic, the Faculty, the Academic Council or the Executive Council;

(d)

Provided further that the Principal shall be Incharge of the Applied Sciences and Humanities Section

(ii) The Board of Studies as in Clause 7(vi) above shall perform the functions as provided in Statute 22 and Ordinance made there under; Provided further that there shall be a Reader-in-Charge of each Section at Womens Polytechnic who shall, under the general supervision of the Principal: (a) (b) (c) organise teaching in Section; maintain discipline in the class rooms and laboratories through teachers; assign to the teachers in the Section, such duties as may be necessary for the proper functioning of the Section; and perform such other duties as may be assigned to him by the Principal of the Womens Polytechnic, the Faculty, the Academic Council or the Executive Council;

(d)

Provided further that if there is no Reader in any Section at the Womens Polytechnic, the Principal shall be Incharge of that Section. 9. The Board of Studies in Professional Courses shall consist of the following: (i) Vice-Chancellor (Chairman) (ii) Coordinator, Professional Courses (Convener)** (iii) Coordinator, General Education Centre. (iv) Chairman of the Departments /Incharge of the Course**/ Centres where instruction in the courses concerned will be imparted. (v) Five teachers of the University of whom at least three may be teachers of the Professional Courses to be assigned by the Academic Council for a period of two years.

E.C. Res. No. 74(74)3) dated 12/13/15 July 1980. E.C. Res. dated 3.8.91/14-15.9.91. E.C. dated 7.2.2001 & 13.3.2001. ** E.C. dated 28.8.94 & 24.9.94.

12 (vi) (vii) Four persons nominated by the Academic Council from among its own members other than those mentioned in Clause (v) above for a period of two years. Four persons not engaged in teaching in the University having expert knowledge of the subjects taught in Professional Courses to be co-opted by the Board of Studies of the Centre of Professional Courses for a period of two years.

10.

The above Board shall:(a) (b) (c) (d) recommend to the Academic Council courses of studies and syllabi; recommend to the Academic Council names of Examiners and Moderators; arrange teaching work for the Professional Courses; and perform such other functions as may be assigned to it by the Academic Council.

11.

There shall be a Board of Studies for Interdisciplinary Bio-technology Unit consisting of the following: (a) (b) The Coordinator of Interdisciplinary Bio-technology Unit (Chairman) The Deans of the Faculties of Medicine, Science, Life Sciences and Engineering & Technology. Three members of the Board of Management of the Interdisciplinary Bio-technology Unit nominated by the Vice-Chancellor from amongst the Professors of the University; Teachers of the staff of Interdisciplinary Bio-technology Unit. Two members to be appointed by the Academic Council; and Two persons not in the service of the University to be co-opted by the Board of Studies for a period of two years.

(c)

(d) (e) (f)

* 12.

The Board shall: (a) (b) recommend to the Academic Council courses of studies and syllabi; consider and recommend to the Academic Council applications for M.Phil, and Ph.D. courses and appoint supervisors for the candidates; recommend to the Academic Council names of Examiners and Moderators; recommend to the Academic Council the appointment of Examiners for the M.Phil. and Ph.D. degrees and for the viva-voce examination of the candidates; consider reports of examiners and make suitable recommendations thereon;

(c) (d)

(e)

E.C. Res. No. 2 (Appendix 1(a) para 157) dated 16.3.1985. E.C. dated 28.8.94/24.9.94.

13 (f) (g) (h) consider and recommend applications for study leave; consider and approve the award of University Scholarships and Research Fellowships; consider the problems and development of research in the Unit particularly the development of interdisciplinary research and suggest suitable measures for the advancement; and perform such duties as are performed by Board of Studies under these Ordinances or as may be assigned to it by the Academic Council.

(i)
**

13. 14. 15. 16.

Deleted. (B.O.S. for Institute Of Petroleum Studies and Chemical Engg.) Deleted. (BOS for Agriculture Centre).

**

Deleted. (BOS for Remote Sensing Application Centre) Deleted. (Functions of BOS under Clause (15)).

17.

The Board of Studies of the Career Planning Centre shall consist of the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Director, Career Planning Centre (Chairman) Principal, Womens College Asstant Director, Career Planning Centre Councellors in the Career Planning Centre Two persons teaching allied or cognate subjects in the University to be assigned by the Academic Council for a period of two years. Four persons, at least, two of whom not engaged in teaching in the University, having expert knowledge of the skills/subjects taught at the Career Planning Centre to be co-opted by the Board of Studies of the Centre for a period of two years.

6.

18.

The above Board shall:(a) (b) (c) (d) recommend to the Academic Council the courses of studies and the syllabi; recommend to the Academic Council the names of Examiners and Moderators; arrange for imparting teaching/training at the Centre; and perform such other functions as may be assigned to it by the Academic Council.

19.

There shall be a Board of Studies for the Centre of Cardiology and Cardiovascular Research consisting of the following:

**

OM No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005 E.C. dated 19.9.98. E.C. Res. No. 63 dated 21/22.2.87 & 27.3.87.

14 (a) (b) The Director of the Centre (Chairman) Three members of the Board of Management of the Centre nominated by the Vice-Chancellor from amongst the Professors of the University; Teachers of the Centre of Cardiology and Cardiovascular Research; Two members to be appointed by the Academic Council; and Two persons not in the Service of the University to be co-opted by the Board of Studies for a period of two years.

(c) (d) (e)


*

(20) The Board shall: (a) (b) recommend to the Academic Council courses of studies and syllabi; consider and recommend to the Academic Council applications for M.Phil. and Ph.D. and other courses and recommend appointments of supervisors of the candidates; recommend to the Academic Council names of Examiners and Moderators; recommend to the Academic Council the appointment of examiners for the M.Phil, Ph.D. and other courses and for viva-voce examination of the candidates; consider reports of Examiners and make suitable recommendation, thereon; consider and recommend applications for study leave; consider and recommend the award of University Scholarships and Research Fellowships; consider the problems and development of clinical service, teaching and research in the Centre particularly the development of interdisciplinary research and suggest suitable measures for the advancement; and perform such duties as are performed by the Board of Studies under these Ordinances or as may be assigned to it by the Academic Council.

(c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h)

(i)

21. There shall be a Board of Studies for the Centre of Comparative Study of Indian Languages and Culture consisting of the following: (a) (b) (c) (d) Director of the Centre (Chairman) Dean, Faculty of Arts All teachers of the Centre Two persons engaged in teaching allied or cognate subjects in the University, to be assigned by the Academic Council for a period of two years, one of them being Chairman of the Department of Urdu.

E.C. Res. No. 9(60) dated 30.7.1987. E.C. Res. No. 26 dated 16/17.5.1989.

15 (e) Two persons not engaged in the teaching in the University having expert knowledge of the subjects taught in the Centre to be co-opted by the Board of Studies for a period of two years.

21A. Deleted (BOS for Physical Heath and Sports Education) 21B. There shall be a Board of Studies for the Cenre of Womens Studies under the Faculty of Social Sciences, consisting of the following members. 1. Director, Centre of Womens Studies (Chairman) 2. Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences. 3. Two persons engaged in teaching and/or research in cognate subjects in the University assigned by Academic Council for a period of two years. 4. Two experts not in the service of the University co-opted by the Board of Studies for a period of two years. 5. Teachers engaged in teaching/research at the Centre. 22. The functions of the above Board of Studies other than those of the Departmets will be the same as of the Board of Studies of the Departments. *** 22A. Deleted (Functions of BOS under Clause (21A))

23.

24.

25. 26. ** 27. ** 28. ** 29. ** 30. * 31.

There shall be no separate Boards of Studies for the B.E. Degree Programme. All the academic matters relating to the B.E. Degree Programme will be considered by the Boards of Studies of the following Departments of Studies in the Faculty of Engineering & Technology as constituted under Statute 22 of the Statutes of the University:1. Department of Civil Engineering 2. Department of Electrical Engineering 3. Department of Mechanical Engineering 4. Department of Applied Chemistry 5. Department of Applied Mathematics 6. Department of Applied Physics Provided that the Coordinator of the B.E. Degree Programme and the teachers of the University Polytechnic involved in the B.E. Degree course work shall be invited to participate in the meeting of the Boards of Studies as special invitees when the issues relating to the B.E. Degree Programme are on the agenda. The Coordinator of B.E. Degree Programme shall be appointed by the Executive Council for a period of 2 years from among the senior members of the Faculty of Engineering & Technology. Deleted. (BOS for Centre of Strategic Studies) Deleted. (Functions of BOS under Clause (25)) Deleted. (BOS for Computer Engg. Department) Deleted. (BOS for Architecture Department) Deleted. (BOS for the Institute of Agriculture) Deleted (BOS for the Masters Course in International Business) There shall be a Board of Studies for the Interdisciplinary Brain Research Centre consisting of the following:

OM No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005. OM. No. XM/SPA/II-193 dated 22/25.10.2005. E.C. Res. No. 26 dated 16/17.5.1989. Ref. O.M. No.XM/AC-III/8564 dated 12/15,6,1990. Ref. O.M. No. XM/AC-III/8564 dated 12/15,6,1990. EC dated 21.2.98.

16 (a) (b) The Coordinator of the Centre (Chairman) Three members of the Board of Management of the Centre nominated by the Vice-Chancellor from amongst the Professors of the University; Teachers of the Interdisciplinary Brain Research Centre; Two members engaged in teaching in the University to be assigned by the Academic Council for a period of two years and Two persons not in the service of the University to be co-opted by the Board of Studies for a period of two years.

(c)
**

(d)

(e)
*

32.

The Board shall:(a) (b) recommend to the Faculty courses of studies and syllabi; consider and recommend to the Faculty applications for M.Phil. and Ph.D. and other courses and recommend appointment of Supervisors of the candidates; recommend to the Faculty names of Examiners and Moderators; recommend to the Faculty the appointment of Examiners for the M.Phil Ph.D. and other courses and for viva-voce examination of the candidates; consider reports of Examiners and make suitable recommendations thereon;

(c) (d)

(e)

33. Deleted (BOS for Hifzane-Sehat-Wa Tabbi Samaji) 33A. Deleted (BOS for Diploma in Computer Engineering)

E.C. dated 9.9.96 & 3.5.97. OM No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

17

CHAPTER III CLASSIFICATION AND EMOLUMENTS OF TEACHERS [Act 2(k) and 29(I)(k)]
1. (a) The classification and scales of pay of teachers in all Faculties in the University shall be as follows w.e.f. 1.1.1996: Lecturers 8000-275-13500 Lecturers (Sr. Scale) 10000-325-15200 Lecturers (Sel. Grade) 12000-420-18300 Readers 12000-420-18300 Professors 16400-450-22400 Provided that the minimum qualifications required for appointment of teachers will be such as are recommended by the Academic Council and approved by the Executive Council of the University from time to time. (b) In addition to the above, the following shall also be designated as teachers and their classification and emoluments shall be as follows: (A) Senior Resident in Medical College/Tibbiya College: Senior Resident 10940-355-11650 The Senior Residents will be paid Rs.10,940/- p.m. in the first year, Rs.11,295/- p.m. in the second year and Rs. 11,650/- p.m. in the third year of their Residency, which is inclusive of NPA. The emoluments of Senior Residents having only Post-graduate Diploma will be reduced by Rs.325/- and the same will be reduced b y Rs.650/- in the case of those Senior Residents who do not have any Post-graduate degree or Diploma. (B) Librarian, M.A. Library 16400-450-20900-500-22400

(C) Research Assistant, Department of History 5500-9000 (c) For the teachers of the Faculty of Medicine/Unani Medicine the NPA to Doctors will be given at the uniform rate of 25% of the basic pay subject to the condition that the pay plus NPA does not exceed Rs.29500/-. Honorary Professors, Emeritus Professors and Visiting Professors may be appointed by the Executive Council, on the recommendation of the Academic council, in accordance with such regulations as may be prescribed.

(d)

E.C. dated 9.3.2000.

18
*

CHAPTER IV BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION

1.

There shall be a Board of Secondary Education consisting of the following: (a) The Vice-Chancellor (Chairman)

(b) The Pro-Vice-Chancellor (c) Deans of the Faculties,

(d) Dean of the Students Welfare, (e) (f) Chairman, Department of Education, Managers of the Secondary Schools and Senior Secondary Schools maintained by the University,

(g) Principal, University Polytechnic, (h) Principals of the Secondary Schools and Senior Secondary Schools maintained by the University.
**

(i) Deleted. Two persons appointed by the Academic Council from amongst its own members with interest in or experience of School education.

(j)

(k) Two persons appointed by the Executive Council with interest in or experience of School education, one of whom shall be a person not engaged in teaching in the University. (l) Two experts in vocational education to be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor.

(m) One teacher engaged in teaching Secondary Classes from each of the Secondary Schools maintained by the University to be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor for a period of two years. (n) One teacher engaged in teaching of Senior Secondary Classes from each of the Senior Secondary Schools maintained by the University to be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor for a period of two years. (o) Controller of Examinations (Member Secretary)

2.

Members appointed under clause (d) to (l) above shall hold office for two years and shall be eligible for reappointment.

E.C. Res. No. 22(5) dated 18/19/20 Feb. 1984. E.C. Res. No. 25 dated 10/11.12.1988. ** O.M. No. Admin/LD/4680 dated 31.8.1988.

19 3. Subject to the approval of the Academic Council and Executive Council the Examiners and Moderators for the Secondary School Certificate Examination and Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination shall be appointed by the Board. Subject to the general control of the Academic Council, the duties of the Board shall be:(a) to supervise and conduct Secondary School Certificate Examination and Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination.

4.

(b) to consider the application for condonation of deficiency in attendance of candidates for the Certificate Examinations as required under Clause 2, Chapter XVII of the Academic Ordinances; (c) to prescribe conditions under which private candidates shall be permitted to appear at the Examinations;

(d) to declare the result of the Examinations; (e) to take penal action against candidates using unfair means and/or resorting to disorderly conduct in the Examinations or contravening in any other manner, the rules framed for the conduct of the Examinations; to supervise the academic matters of the schools and to effectuate measures for improvement of academic standard; and

(f)

(g) to perform such other duties as may be assigned to it by the Academic Council. Provided that the Board may delegate any or all of its powers mentioned in paras (a) to (e) above to the Controller of Examinations and/or any of its members and/or the Superintendent of Examination Centres and/or the Head invigilators and such other duties as may be assigned to it by the Academic Council. 5. Subject to the approval of the Board and the Academic Council the syllabus for the Secondary School Certificate Examination *or Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (as the case may be) in each subject shall be drawn up by a Committee consisting of: (a) Chairman of the Department of Studies concerned or a teacher in the Department nominated by him, (b) Chairman of the Department of Education, (c) Principals of the Secondary Schools or the Senior Secondary School (as the case may be) maintained by the University.

(d) One teacher from each of the Secondary Schools or the Senior Secondary Schools (as the case may be) maintained by the University nominated by the Principal of the School. Note: (i) (ii) The Chairman of the Department of Studies concerned or his nominee shall be the convener. The convener for such subjects which are not taught at the University level shall be the Chairman, Department of Education.

A.C. Res. No. 17 dated 8/9.5.2001.

20 6.
*

The quorum for the meeting shall be one-third of the total membership.

7. The meeting of the Board shall ordinarily be held in the months of February and August every year. 8. Notice for the meeting shall be issued by the Member-Secretary at least fourteen days before the date fixed for the meeting.

E.C. Res. No. 25 dated 10/11 Dec. 1988.

21

CHAPTER V COMMITTEE OF EXAMINATIONS [Act 29 (f & m)]


1. There shall be a Committee of Examinations consisting of: (a) Vice-Chancellor (Chairman) (b) Pro-Vice-Chancellor; (c) Deans of the Faculties; (d) Dean, Students Welfare; and (e) Three persons appointed by the Academic Council; The members appointed by the Academic Council shall hold office for two years and shall be eligible for re-appointment. Four members of the Committee of Examinations shall form a quorum. Subject to the general control of the Academic Council the duties of the Committee of Examinations shall be: (a) to supervise the conduct of all examinations except High School, Secondary School Certificates, Senior Secondary School Certificate, Master of Philosophy and Doctorate Examinations and frame rules for the same; to prepare in accordance with any rules that the Committee may make, and to declare the results of such examinations; to submit to the Academic Council annual report on the working of the University Examinations; and to take action against candidates using unfair means in examinations or contravening in any other manner the rules framed for the conduct of examinations; such actions may include the cancellation of the examination of the said candidates and the expulsion and debarring of the candidates from all or any subsequent examinations in the University.

2.

3. 4.

(b)

(c)

(d)

Provided that the Committee of Examinations may delegate any or all of its powers mentioned in paras (a) to (d) above to the Controller of Examinations and/or any of its members and/or any person as the Committee or the Vice-Chancellor may deem fit under such rules as may be framed by it. 5. If an examinee is in doubt or not satisfied with the marks obtained in any theory paper or papers in a subject or subjects, he/she may apply for re-evaluation of his/her answer books. There will be no re-evaluation in case of practicals, viva voce examination, field work, dissertation and sessional of all courses and foundation course/objective papers; Provided that re-evaluation will not be permitted in more than one fourth of the total papers of the examination; Provided further that there will be no re-evaluation of answer-script for supplementary/ compartmental examination;
*

E.C. dated 16.3.1985. OM XM/PS/FN-61/II-55 dated 19.3.2005 (Effective from the session 2004-2005).

22 Provided further that the examinee may apply in writing to the Controller for withdrawal of his application for re-evaluation and refund of fees within a week of last date prescribed for submission of the application of re-evaluation of answer-book(s). Thereafter, no withdrawal of application for re-evaluation may be allowed in any case. Application once withdrawn cannot be re-considered. 6. Every application for re-evaluation along with a cash receipt for Rs.300/- for each paper should reach to the Office of the Controller of Examinations within 10 days after the issue of the mark sheet. In genuine cases, the Controller of Examinations may condone the delay upto 10 days. (i) The original marks of the candidate will not be shown to the examiner engaged for reevaluation. The original examiner will not be part of the re-evaluation process. There will be one examiner for re-evaluation (internal or external). The Chairman of the Department concerned shall furnish a panel of four experts of the concerned course/paper (02 internal and 02 external) out of which the Vice-Chancellor will appoint one for re-evaluation. The Controller of Examinations shall ask the Chairman of the Department concerned to send answer-book for re-evaluation and the Chairman shall get such answer-book re-scrutinized and ensure that no part of the answer book has remained unevaluated prior to sending the same of the Controller of Examinations for the purpose of re-evaluation. The answer-book will be sent to the examiner for re-evaluation after coding and changing the title cover of the answer-book by the Controllers Office. In case where the variation in marks between the earlier evaluation and that of the reevaluation is within 10% of the maximum marks of the concerned paper, the average of the original marks and the re-evaluation marks shall be considered as the final award. The Dean of the Faculty concerned shall approve the same under authorization of the Vice-Chancellor for the declaration of the result of the candidate.

**

7.

(ii) (iii)

**

8.

(i)

(ii)
**

9.

(a)

Explanation: Original marks 40/100 (b) Re-evaluation marks 50/100 Average marks 40+50/2=45/100

In case where the variation in the marks after re-evaluation is more or less than 10% of the maximum marks of the paper, the answer-book shall be sent to the third examiner for II reevaluation after coding of the answer-book and removing all the marks etc. After II reevaluation the original marks and the marks obtained by the candidate in I and II reevaluation will be placed before the Vice-Chancellor for final decision. In case where, prior to the re-evaluation, the marks are increased on rescrutiny, the marks arrived at after re-scrutiny shall be considered as the original marks and the answer-book shall be got re-evaluated as per the aforementioned procedure.

(c)

OM No. XM/PS/FN-61/II-55 dated 19.3.2005

23 Explanation: Original marks 40/100 Re-evaluation marks 45/100 Original marks considered =45/100

10. The marks obtained as a result of re-evaluation shall not be counted towards determining the position in order of merit and award of Prize/Medal.
**

11. The examiners appointed for re-evaluation shall be paid Rs.40/- per answer book with a minimum of Rs.100/-; Provided that the Coordinators will be paid remuneration at the rate of Rs.5/- per answer book with a minimum of Rs. 100/-.

**

12. The result of re-evaluation shall be final and binding on the candidate and no complaint or appeal against the revised award shall lie in any Court of Law. Nor will the candidate claim any privilege deviating from the existing Ordinances, rules and regulations. A declaration to this effect shall be signed by the candidate while applying for re-evaluation. 13. All case of re-evaluation of scripts shall be reported to the Committee of Examinations. Rules/procedure for re-evaluation of answer-books for Senior Secondary School Certificate, Secondary School Certificate and High School (for Women Private Candidates) Examinations: (a) If an examinee is in doubt or not satisfied with the marks obtained in any theory paper or papers in a subject or subjects, he/she may apply for re-evaluation of his/her answer books. There will be no re-evaluation in case of practical and sessional examinations: Provided that re-evaluation will not be permitted in more than one fourth of the total papers of the examination; Provided further that there will be no-evaluation of answer-script for supplementary/ compartmental examination; Provided further that the examinee may apply in writing to the Controller for withdrawal of his application for re-evaluation and refund of fees within a week of last date prescribed for submission of the application of re-evaluation of answer-books(s). Thereafter, no withdrawal of application for re-evaluation may be allowed in any case. Application once withdrawn cannot be re-considered. (b) Every application for re-evaluation along with a cash receipt for Rs. 300/- for each paper should reach to the Office of the Controller of Examinations within 10 days after the issue of the marksheet. In genuine cases, the Controller of Examinations may condone the delay upto 10 days. (c) (i) (ii) (iii) The original marks of the candidate will not be shown to the examiner engaged for re-evaluation. The original examiner will not be part of the re-evaluation process. There will be one examiner appointed by the Vice-Chancellor for re-evaluation.

**

14.

(d) The answer-books will be re-evaluated centrally in the Controllers Office after coding and changing the title cover of the answer-book by the Controllers Office.
OM NO XM/PS/FN-61/II-55 dated 19.3.2005 OM NO XM/PA/II-91 dated 25/27.4.2005

24 (e) (i) In cases where the variation in marks between the earlier evaluation and that of the re-evaluation is within 10% of the maximum marks of the concerned paper, the average of the original marks and the re-evaluation marks shall be considered as the final award. The Controller of Examinations shall approve the same under authorization of the Vice-Chancellor for the declaration of the result of the candidate.

Explanation: Original marks 40/100 (ii) Re-evaluation marks 50/100 Average marks (40+50)/2=45/100

In cases where the variation in the marks after re-evaluation is above 10% of the maximum marks of the paper, the answer-book shall be re-evaluated by the third examiner for second re-evaluation after coding of the answer-book and removing all the marks etc. After second re-evaluation the original marks and the marks obtained by the candidate in first and second re-evaluation will be placed before the Vice-Chancellor for final decision.

(f) The marks obtained as a result of re-evaluation shall not counted towards determining the position in order of merit and award of Prize/Medal. (g) The examiners appointed for re-evaluation shall be paid Rs. 40/- per answer book with a minimum of Rs.100/(h) The result of re-evaluation shall be final and binding on the candidate and no complaint or appeal against the revised award shall lie in any Court of law. Nor will the candidate claim any privilege deviating from the existing Ordinances, rules and regulations. A declaration to this effect shall be signed by the candidate while applying for re-evaluation. (i) All cases of re-evaluation shall be reported to the Committee of Examinations.

15. Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances (Academic) or elsewhere, the ViceChacellor in special circumstances on reasonable grounds may direct re-examination of answer script(s) of a theory paper/course/subject by another examiner and take other appropriate action.

O.M. No. XM/SPA/159A dated 13.8.2005

25

CHAPTER VI COMMITTEE FOR ADVANCED STUDIES AND RESEARCH [Act 19(1)(a) and (m)]
1. 2. There shall be a Committee for Advanced Studies and Research for each Faculty. Each Committee shall consist of the following: (i) The Vice-Chancellor (Chairman) (ii) (iii)

The Pro-Vice-Chancellor Dean of the Faculty (Secretary) Chairmen of Departments in the Faculty; Three persons from among the teachers of the University not below the rank of a Reader elected by the Faculty who shall hold office for two years and shall be eligible for re-election; and Two experts not in the service of the University to be co-opted by the Committee of Advanced Studies and Research for a period of two years.

(iv)

(v)

(iv)

3.

The Committee for Advanced Studies and Research shall: (i) consider and recommend to the Faculty applications for admission to the Ph.D. course and appoint supervisors for the candidates on the recommendation of the Board of Studies; (ii) Consider and recommend to the Faculty, the M.Phil programmes of candidates in the Faculty; consider applications for grant of exemption from residence at Aligarh, and for permission to reside outside Aligarh for the purpose of collecting materials for thesis; recommend the appointment of Examiners for the M.Phil degree and for the research work submitted by candidates for the Doctorate Degrees and for the viva voce examination of such candidates. consider reports of the Examiners and make suitable recommendations; consider and recommend applications for study leave; consider and approve the award of University Research Fellowships; Scholarships and Research

(iii)

(iv)

(v) (vi) (vii)

(viii) consider the problems of development of research in the Faculty particularly the development of interdisciplinary research and suggest suitable measures for its advancement; and (ix) 4.
*

perform such other duties as may be assigned to it by the Academic Council or the Faculty.

The quorum for the meeting shall be one-third of the total membership

E.C. Res. No. 14 dated 12/13/15 July 1980. AMU (Amendment) Act, 1981.

26

CHAPTER VII LIBRARY COMMITTEE (STATUTE 28)


1. There shall be standing committee of the Academic Council called the Library Committee. The Library Committee shall consist of the following:(a) Vice-Chancellor (Chairman) (b)
*

Pro-Vice-Chancellor Director Academic Programme Finance Officer Librarian (Secretary) Deans of Faculties Dean, Students Welfare Principals of Colleges and the University Polytechnics One person from each of the Faculties elected by the Academic Council; The Mutawalli of the Waqf founded by the late Maulvi Habibur Rahman Khan Sherwani Nawab Sadr Yar Jung; and Three Research Scholars to be nominated by the Vice-Chancellor

(c)

(d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j)

(k) 2. 3.

The elected and nominated members of the Committee shall hold office for two years. The Library Committee shall: (a) frame rules for the management of the Library, subject to the approval of the Academic Council; (b) (c) arrange for the stock taking of the Library; prepare an annual report on the working of the Library for submission to the Academic Council, by the end of October every year; prepare the annual budget estimates of the Library for submission to the Executive Council; and recommend to the Academic Council, allocation of the annual grant for the purchase of books, journals and periodicals.

(d)

(e)

4.

One third of the members shall form a quorum.

E.C. dated 12.10.93. E.C. Res. No. (21) dated 16.3.1991.

27

CHAPTER VIII ADMISSION OF STUDENTS TO THE UNIVERSITY AND TO UNIVERSITY LECTURES [Act 29(1)(a)and(m)]
1. Applications for admission to the University shall be made to *Controller of Examinations in such form as may be prescribed. The Admission Committee shall consist of the following: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) 3. The Vice-Chancellor (Chairman) The Pro-Vice-Chancellor Deans of the Faculties Dean, Students Welfare Provosts The Proctor, and Principals of Colleges and Institutions maintained by the University.

2.

The Admission Committee shall decide whether applicant is to be admitted, and if so, to which course of study he shall be admitted. All admissions granted, shall, in the first instance, be deemed to be provisional. The Committee may also refuse admission in any individual case, and no candidate shall be entitled to claim admission as of right. The Admission Committee may for any reason cancel the admission granted provisionally or otherwise, to any student. The Admission Committee may admit such candidates only as have passed an examination of an Indian University incorporated by any law for the time being in force, or such other examination as has been recognized under Statute 19(f). The Admission Committee may, on the recommendation of the Chairman of the Department concerned, permit any person who has not passed any of the examinations mentioned in Clause 4 to attend a course of lectures in any Department of Studies. Such students shall not be entitled to appear any examination of the University, but Certificate of having attended a course of lectures in the subject may be granted to them. Every student, on admission to the University, shall be required to be registered formally as a student in the University Office in the manner prescribed by the Regulations. The Academic Council, may on the recommendation of the Admission Committee, recognize the attendance of students in an Indian University incorporated by any law for the time being in force, or in a College affiliated to such University or to a Board incorporated by the law or order of Government for the time being in force; but such recognition shall not be given for a period exceeding one academic year.

3-A.

3-B.

4.

5.

6.

7.

E.C. Res. No.2 (para 20 of appendix (b) dated 16.3.1985.

28
*

7-A. Notwithstanding anything contained in this Chapter or in Clause 1 of Chapter IX of these Ordinances, the Admission Committee may, from time to time and with the approval of the ViceChancellor delegate to the Controller of Examinations, the Dean of a Faculty, or any of its members or any Sub-Committee constituted by it such of its powers and functions as it may specify and these shall be exercised in accordance with such directives or rules as may be given or made as the case may be by the Vice-Chancellor or the Admission Committee. Notwithstanding anything contained in the Ordinances, women students admitted to the Senior Secondary School Certificate Course, B.A (Hons.), B.Sc. (Hons) and B.Com. (Hons) shall ordinarily receive instruction and tuition in the Womens College.

* 8.

E.C. dated 16.3.1985

29

CHAPTER IX Residence of students [(Act 5(9)(11)(11A), 10 and 29(1)(h)]


1. The Admission Committee shall decide: (a) (b) (c) the Hall of Residence in which a student shall reside, or whether he shall be attached to a Hall of Residence as a member thereof, or whether he shall be admitted as a non-resident student and attached to the Non-Resident Students Centre (N.R.S.C.);

Provided that only those students shall be attached to the Hall of Residence who are the sons or relatives/solely dependent on employees of the University residing within the University area. Provided further that the number of students attached to a Hall of Residence shall not exceed ten per cent of the total number of students residing in that Hall. 2. The number of students attached to the NRSC shall not exceed 25 per cent of the total number of students of the University. Students attached to the NRSC shall reside with a guardian approved by the Provost, NRSC. All students shall reside within 15 miles of the University Mosque. Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, the Principal of the Womens College shall exercise in respect of women students, all such powers as are exercised in respect of nonresident men students by the provost of the NRSC. Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, the Admission Committee may, with the approval of the Vice-Chancellor , delegate to the Dean of Students Welfare such of its powers and functions mentioned in Clause 1 above, as it may specify from time to time and these powers shall be exercised in accordance with such directives or rules as may be given or made, as the case may be, by the Vice-Chancellor or the Admission Committee.

3. 4. 5.

6.

30

CHAPTER X Fellowships and Scholarships [Act 5(8) Statute 17(7)(xvi) and (m)]
1. The Academic Council may award Fellowships and Scholarships carrying such remuneration as may be fixed by the Executive Council on the recommendation of the Academic Council. Fellowships shall be tenable for two years in the first instance, but may, in special cases be extended for a further period of one year. Conditions for the award of Fellowships and Scholarships shall be prescribed by the Regulations.

2.

3.

31

CHAPTER XI DISCIPLINE COMMITTEE [Act 29(1)(m)]


1. There shall be a Discipline Committee appointed by the Vice-Chancellor which shall perform such functions and exercise such powers as may be delegated to it by the Vice-Chancellor from time to time.

32

CHAPTR XII CONVOCATION FOR CONFERING DEGREES [Act 5(3) 29(c) and Statute (37)]
1. Convocation for admitting candidates to various degrees shall be held annually at Aligarh on such date as the Chancellor may fix. Special Convocation for conferring degrees may be held on such dates as may be fixed by the Chancellor on the recommendation of the Vice-Chancellor. At the Annual Convocation the Vice-Chancellor shall present a report of the years work in the University. Notwithstanding anything contained in this Chapter, if for unavoidable reasons the Annual Convocation is not held, the Academic Council may approve the conferment of degrees, and the award of diplomas, certificates and other academic distinctions. The procedure to be followed at the Convocation shall be laid down by the Regulations.

2.

3.

4.

5.

33

CHAPTER XIII FEES [Act 5(10) and 29(1)(d)]


1.
*

The Executive Council on the recommendation of the Academic Council shall, from time to time, prescribe the fees payable by students other than those prescribed in the following clauses:(a) The Tuition & Examination Fees shall be as follows:S.No. Course Tuition Fee p.m. (Rs.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. SSSC (XI&XII) B.A./B.Sc./B.Com/BCA/BFA / BPE/BTh/B.Ed. B.L. & I.Sc. B.A.L.L.B. B.Tech. B.Arch. B.E. (Evening) MBBS BDS BUMS Pre-Tib. M.A/M.Sc./M.Com./ M.Th/MFA/MPE/M.Ed/M.A (ELT). M.S.W. M.L. & I.Sc. LL.M. M.Tech. (Regular) M.Tech. (Part time) M.J.M.C. MFA/MTA MCA/PDCA M.B.A. MIBM M.Sc. (Agriculture) etc. MCH/MD/MS (Medicine) MD/MS (Unani Medicine) M.Phil. D.Lit./LLD/D.Sc/D.Th/ Ph.D PG Diploma in Hydrogeology P.G. Diploma in Museology Post M.Sc. Diploma in Museology 15 20 30 30 50 300 100 60 30 30

2.

Exam.Fee (including Mark Sheet) (Rs.) 50 60 50 100 100(III/IV),50 (I,II) 100(III/IV/V), 50(I/II) 100(III/IV), 50(I/II) 150(II,III), 100(I) 150(II/III), 100(I) 50 25 60

13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

30 50 50 100 50 80 75 50 500 250 100 100 50 50 50 25 25

100 50 100 150 per Semester 60 50 per Term 100 50 per Term 50 per Term 60 400 100 150 400 100 50 100

E.C. dated 20.8.95.

34 31. PG Diploma in Business Finance/Marketing Management/Personnel Management PG Diploma in Taxation/ Public Relations/Company Law Banking & Insurance / Criminology & Criminal Administration / Labour Laws & Labour Relations. PG Diploma in Human Rights PG Diploma in Horticulture/ Pest Management / Pesciculture/ Gem Testing & Art of Lapidary Post Diploma in Environmental Engg. PG Diploma Computer Programming/Electronic Data Processing & Machine Operation/ Electrical Maintenance/Lab. Technology (Physical/ Chemical) PG Diploma in Linguistics PG Diploma in Translation (Hindi) PG Diploma in Journalism/ Applied Arts PG Diploma Orthoptics PG Diploma in Anaesthesiology (DA)/ Child Health (DCH)/ Medical Radio Therapy (DMRT)/Gynaecology & Obstetrics (DGO)/ Ophthalmology(DO)/ Orthopaedic Surgery (DOS) / Medical Radio Diagnosis (DMRD) Post M.Sc. Diploma in Applicable Maths (Industrial Maths) Post MA Diploma in Urdu Translation Post B.Sc. Diploma in Computer Sc. & Application (PDCA)

100

32.

25

50

33. 34.

200

10 10

50 50 per Semester 50

35. 36.

37. 38. 39. 40. 41.

10 10 10 10 100

30 100 50 50 400

42.

50

100

43. 44.

100 25 60

35 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. Diploma in Qirat/Shia 5 15 theology Dip. In Teaching (Urdu 10 50 Medium) Dip. in West Asian Studies 10 20 Dip. in West Asian Studies 20 50 Diploma in Turkish 10 20 DBA 25 50 Dip. in Steno-typing 10 30 Dip. in Office Assistantship 40(II), 30(I) & Secretarial Practice Dip. in Costume Design & 40(II), 30(I) Garment Technology Diploma in Engineering 25 50(III),40(II) 30(I) Dip. in Statistics 10 20 Dip. in Pharmacy/ Dialyson 10 50 Techniques /Medical Lab Tech. (Radiology/Pathology/ Microbiology/ Biochemistry)/ Operation Theater Management/ Ophthalmic Assistance/ Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation. Cert. In Qiraat /Shia 5 15 Theology Cert. of Proficiency in 10 20 Languages/Turkish/ Linguistics Cert. in Functional Hindi 10 50 Cert. in Dental Hygiene 10 50 SSC (IX,X) 50 SSC/ SSSC /BA (I/II) 25 English Only M.Tech. (Per backlog 25 course) B.Tech./B.Arch/BE (Per 25 backlog course) Dip. in Engg. etc. (Per 25 backlog course) MA/M.Sc./B.Com. etc. (Per 25 backlog course) B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. etc. (Per 25 backlog course) Part-Time Courses $ Private Candidates Teachers of the J.N. Medical College and A.K. Tibbiya College shall be exempted from the payment of Tuition Fee for M.D./M.S. etc. The number of months for which tuition fees will be charged shall be as prescribe by the University.

57. 58.

59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. * (i) (iv)

Note:

36

CATEGORY A OTHER THAN TUITION FEE (ANNUAL CHARGES)


S.No. Nature 1. Enrolment Fee 2. University Admission Fee 3. University Admission Fee 4. University Admission Fee 5. Univ. Library (Admission) Fee 6. Med. Exam.(Admission) Fee 7. Hostel Fee from Residents (Including Ph.D.): (p.a.) (a) Single Seated per student (b) Double Seated per student (c) Triple or more seated per student 8. Medical Exam. Fee * 9. Medical Exam. Fee Course Dip.in Engineering B.Tech./M.Tech. Fee* 20 20 25 30 5 10

Residents From Ph.D. Students including NonResidents Residents only Non-Residents only Ph.D. only Non-Residents Ph.D All students except Ph.D. Ph.D. only Residents only Ph.D. only SSSC only B.Tech./B.Arch. All eligible students

385 330 275 25 35

10.(a) Kitchen Establishment * (b)Hall Establishment Fee 11. (a)Kitchen Establishment * (b)Hall Establishment Fee 12. Students Aid Fund 13. 14. 15. 16. Students Aid Fund Annual Fee Annual Fee Mid Term Examination Fee 17. Mid-Semester Exam. Fee 18. Registration & Admission Fee for Ex-students

75 20 150 40 10 20 20 40 50 -

CATEGORY A EXAMINATION RELATED FEE


S.No. Nature of Fee 1. Migration Certificate 2. Provisional Certificate (Except Law) 3. Provisional Certificate (For Law) 4. Any Certificate (Not specified above) 5. Copies of Examiner Report (Doctoral Level) 6. Post Doctoral Level 7. Duplicate Copy of Marks Certificate Fee (Rs.) 20 05 20 10 25 50 50*

E.C. dated 20.8.95.

37 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Duplicate Certificate Triplicate copies of Certificate Duplicate Diplomas/Degrees Dispatch of Documents(by Registered Post) Registration Fee Private Candidates (Male) Registration Fee Private (Womens Candidate) Re-evaluation Fee per paper Lamination Fee per Degree/Certificate (Optional) 75 500* 200 20 50 10 150 20

CATEGORY D DEPOSITS, CAUTION MONEY


S.No. Head 1. Science Deposit 2. Library Deposit 3. B.Ed. Book Deposit 4. Resident Students 5. Non-Resident Students 6. Non-Resident Students 7. 8. Research Students MBBS Students Nature Fee(p.a.) Deposit 50 Deposit 50 Deposit 50 Caution Money 100 Caution Money 50 Caution Money 50 (Engg.& Poly.) Caution Money 100 Caution Money 100 (Damage of Equipment)

(b)

Students who join the University on transfer from other institutions shall pay the tuition fee with effect from the month in which they are admitted. Exemption from the payment of tuition fee may be granted to not more than 25% of the regular men students on the rolls by the Provost concerned. Exemption from the payment of tuition fee may be granted to not more than 25% of the regular women students on the rolls by the Provost, Abdullah Hall, or Sarojini Naidu Hall.

3.

(a)

(b)

4.

Exemption from payment of tuition fee may be granted to students pursuing for the Ph.D., M.Ed., B.Ed., M.Th. or B.Th. degree, by the Provost concerned on the recommendation of the Chairman of Department concerned. Students granted such exemption shall be in addition to those granted exemption under Clause 3 above;

5.

Provided that in addition to the fees prescribed above, all candidates, except those appearing for Honours and Masters degree courses in the Faculties of Arts, Social Science, Science and Commerce, appear at a Examination shall pay a fee of Rs 2/- for the statement of marks obtained by them at the examination which will be supplied to them soon after the announcement of the result of the examinations;

As per AC Resolution dated 31.7.1993/3.11.1993/11.11.1993 and E.C. Resolution dated 28.8.1994/24.9.1994 as circulated vide No.C-III, E.C. (593)-3/3044 dated 9.11.1994. E.C. dated 20.8.95.

38 Provided further that all candidates for Honours and Masters degree in the Faculty of Arts, Social Sciences, Science and Commerce shall have to pay a fee of Rs. 5/- to obtain a copy of their course cards; Provided further that private candidates shall pay a registration fee of Rs. 10/- per examination.

39

CHAPTER XIV EVENING CLASSES AND CERTIFICATE COURSES [Act 5(5)]


1. The Academic Council may make special arrangements for: (a) holding evening classes for such courses of study as it may specify from time to time, and for such categories of students as it may decide to admit to the courses so specified, and imparting instruction for courses leading to the award of Certificate or Diploma to such categories of students, who will not deemed to be members of the University as may be admitted to courses so specified.

(b)

2.

Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in Chapters of these Ordinances, the provisions of this Chapter shall be applicable to the courses and, or the categories of students mentioned in Clause (1) above. Such students shall neither be members of a Hall of Residence nor of the NRSC nor of the Womens College. Exemption from the payment of tuition fee may be granted to not more than 20% of the students enrolled for the evening classes for the courses mentioned above by the Dean of the Faculty concerned or by the Principal of the Institution imparting such instruction; Provided that the Dean or the Principal, as the case may be, may award two half exemptions in lieu of one full exemption, if the circumstances of the students so required.

3.

4.

5.

Notwithstanding the provisions of Clause 2(b) of Chapter XVII of these Ordinances, a student of the Evening classes of the Certificate or Diploma courses defined under Clause 1 above shall be required to obtain a certificate of satisfactory conduct from the Dean of the Faculty concerned, or the Principal of the Institution imparting such instruction. Applications of such students for permission to appear at a University Examination shall be submitted through the Dean of the Faculty or the Principal concerned. Ex-students of these classes as defined in Clause 5 of the Chapter XVII shall also submit their applications through the Dean of the Faculty or the Principal concerned. The Academic Council may, from time to time, make such rules for the categories of students mentioned above as it deems fit.

6.

7.

40

CHAPTER XV APPOINTMENTS OF EXAMINERS AND MODERATORS [Act 29(f) and Status 17(2)(xi)]
1. The list of examiners and moderators for all examinations, except the High School/Secondary School Certificate** Examination or the Examination for Doctorate and Master of Philosophy, shall be drawn up by the Department of Studies or the Board of Studies, where so authorized by these Ordinances or Statutes and submitted to the Faculty concerned. The Faculty may scrutinize the list and forward the same to the Executive Council through the Academic Council for final approval.
*

Provided that examiners and moderators shall be recommended by the Board of Studies of the Departments for the examinations of the next one academic session only.
*

Provided further that the Demonstrators/Research Assistants and Registrars (Medical Faculty) shall not attend the meeting of the Board of Studies of the Department when the appointment of examiners for their M.D./M.S./Diploma examinations is being considered. 2. The Examiners and Moderators for the High School / Secondary School Certificate** Examination shall be appointed by the Executive Council on the recommendation of the Board of High School/Secondary Certificate Examination and the Academic Council. The Examiners for the examination for Doctorate and Master of Philosophy, shall be appointed by the Executive Council on the recommendation of the Committee for Advanced Studies and Research concerned, the Faculty concerned, and the Academic Council. Except for the examinations mentioned in clauses, 5,6,7,8,9 & 10 below, question papers of all examinations in each subject shall be moderated by a Committee consisting of:(a) Chairman of the Department concerned and (b)

3.

4.*

Not less than one and not more than two other persons provided that one of the moderators may be an examiner in a degree examination not engaged in teaching in the University.

Provided that there shall be separate moderation committees for under-graduate and post-graduate examinations. Provided further that the external moderator of the Committee of Moderators for any subject of the MBBS Examination may not be an examiner.

5.

Question papers in each of the Courses in the University Polytechnic and the Womens Polytechnic shall be moderated by a Committee consisting of the following members:(a) Reader-in-Charge of the Section concerned or the senior most Reader in that Section, wherever the post of Reader-in-Charge is not provided. (b) (c) One Senior Teacher of the Section for each broad area of specialization. One person not engaged in the teaching in the University.

E.C. Res. No. 25(6) dated 30.8.1986 & 27/28.9.1986. E.C. Res. No. 15(43)(3A) dated 16.10.1985. ** OM No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005. E.C. Res. No. 63(Appendix) dated 21/22.2.1987 & 27.3.1987.

41 6. The question paper in each subject in the High School Examination shall be moderated by a Committee consisting of not less than two and not more than four persons, one of whom shall be the Chairman of the Department concerned or a teacher in the Department nominated by him. The question paper for the Law examination shall be moderated by a Committee consisting of:(a) (b) 8. Chairman of the Department of Law; and Three persons, at least one of whom shall be a Judge of a High Court.

7.

Question papers in Home Science and Music shall be moderated by a Committee for each of the subjects consisting of the following:(a) (b) (c) Principal, Womens College One teacher of the subject concerned, at the Womens College and One person not engaged in teaching at the Womens College. Ordinarily, theory courses of B.Tech./B.E./B.Arch. Examination may be internally evaluated by the Examiner(s) to be appointed by the Board of Studies concerned. For Final University Examination of practical/project courses of B.Tech./B.E. and that of IE-courses of B.Arch., there may be Internal and External Examiners to be appointed by the Board of Studies concerned. The Chairman of the Department concerned may recommend one or two Internal Examiners, already appointed by the Board of Studies to conduct the supplementary examinations of practical/project courses of B.Tech./B.E. and that of IE-courses of B.Arch. The Final University Examinations of JE-Courses in B.Arch, shall be through written papers, viva-voce examination etc., to be conducted by a Jury consisting of Internal and External Examiners, of which at least one shall be External Member to be appointed by the Board of Studies concerned. The Final University Examinations of Project/Dissertation of B.Arch., shall be through Seminar and Viva-Voce Examination to be conducted by a Jury of Internal and External Experts (Examiners) of which at least one shall be External Member to be appointee by the Board of Studies concerned. (ii) There shall be a Moderation Committee consisting of the following members to moderate the question papers of B.Tech./B.E./B.Arch. Examinations. (a) (b) Chairman of the Department concerned Convener. A senior teacher of the Department concerned for each broad area of specialization. However, the Teacher Incharge/Examiner(s) of the course concerned may be invited, if necessary, to clarify the necessary details of the question paper.

9.

(i)

O.M.No.XM/AC IV/2759 dated 7.2.95.

42
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(iii) There shall be a Result Moderation Committee of the Department consisting of the following members to moderate the course-wise results in accordance with the Regulations in this behalf. (a) (b) Chairman of the Department concerned Convenor. One senior teacher of the Deportment in each area of specialization to be recommended by the Board of Studies of the Department. The Teacher Incharge/Examiners of the course concerned.

(c) (iv)

There shall be a Review Committed consisting of the following members to scrutinize the class-wise results declared for the academic year: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) Dean, Faculty of Engg. & Tech. Convener Principal, Z.H. College of Engg. & Tech. Chairmen of the Departments Controller of Examinations Chief Tabulator, Z.H. College of Engg. & Tech. and A nominee of the Vice-Chancellor from the Faculty.

The Committee shall review and scrutinize the results declared and forward its recommendations to the respective Departments for appropriate action. Regulations to Moderation Committee as per Clause (9) of Chapter XV of Academic (Ordinances) (a) (i) When a course is being taught by more than one teacher to various groups/sections, the course work, sessional assessment, question paper setting, evaluation etc. should be on a common standard. They may mutually consult each other and the Chairman of the Department concerned to maintain the uniformity in all aspects of the academic standard. The Moderation Committee shall moderate the question papers of the courses and ensure that syllabus is well covered by question papers. The Examiner(s) of the course are supposed to submit the final Grade Award Lists and evaluated Answer Scripts etc. within one week after the University Examination for the course has been held. The Chairmen of the Departments shall ensure that this one week time limit is strictly observed.
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(ii)

(iii)

(b)

The Result Moderation Committee shall be convened ordinarily within one week after the Examination.

O.M. LD No.C/57 dated 9.1.97.

43 (c) In case of abnormal distribution of students population, the grades awarded to the candidates in a course may be modified by the Result Moderation Committee by modifying the grade ranges of the course and/or by awarding grace marks to the candidates. Further provided that the grades so awarded, may be modified by awarding grace marks upto a maximum of three marks in border line cases to clear the course and upto a maximum of two marks in case of improvement of grade in a course. There shall be moderation of results of Annual as well as Supplementary Examinations. The procedure for the award of grades adopted at Annual Examination shall be followed for subsequent Supplementary Examination results. If the sessional marks of promoted or ex-students in a course are not available with the Teacher Incharge of the Course/Examiner, he may approach the Chief Tabulator (Engg. College) for the previous available sessional marks for the purpose of awarding grades. The Chief Tabulator (Engg. College) under the supervision of the Dean of the Faculty shall prepare & submit a summary report of Examination Results of various classes for consideration before the Review Committee.
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(d)

(e)

(f)

Clause (10) of Chapter XV of the Ordinances (Academic) Moderation Committee for B.E. Courses (Under Grading System) (Effective from the session 2000-2001 for B.E. only)

10.

(i)

Ordinarily, Theory Courses of B.E. Examinations may be internally evaluated by the Examiner(s) to be appointed by the Board of Studies concerned. For Final University Examinations of Practical/Project courses, there may be Internal and External Examiners to be appointed by the Board of Studies concerned. The Chairman of the Department concerned may recommend one or two Internal Examiners, already appointed by the Board of Studies to conduct the Supplementary Examinations of Practical/Project courses.

(ii)

There shall be a Moderation Committee consisting of the following members to moderate the question papers of B.E. Examination. (a) (b) Chairman of the Department concerned - Convener A senior teacher of the Department concerned for each broad area of specialization. However, the Teacher Incharge/Examiner(s) of the course concerned may be invited, if necessary, to clarify the necessary details of the question paper.

(iii) There shall be a Result Moderation Committee of Department consisting of the following members to moderate the course-wise results in accordance with the Regulations in this behalf.

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OM No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005. O.M. LD No. (C)/57 dated 9.1.97.

44 (a) (b) Chairman of the Department concerned .. Convener One senior teacher of the Department in each area of specialization to be recommended by the Board of Studies of the Department. The Teacher Incharge/Examiner(s) of the course concerned.

(c) (iv)

There shall be a Review Committee consisting of the following members to scrutinize the class-wise results declared for the academic year:(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) Dean, Faculty of Engg. & Tech. - Convener Principal, Z.H. College of Engg. & Tech. Chairmen of the Departments Controller of Examinations Chief Tabulator, Z.H. College of Engg. & Tech. and A nominee of the Vice-Chancellor from Faculty.

The Committee shall review and scrutinize the results declared and forward its recommendations to the respective Departments for appropriate action. Regulations for Moderation Committee as per Clause (10) of Chapter XV of Academic (Ordinances) (Effective from the Session 2000-2001 for B.E. only) (i) (a) When a course is being taught by more than one teacher to various groups/sections, the course work, sessional assessment, question paper setting, evaluation etc. should be on a common standard. They may mutually consult each other and the Chairman of the Department concerned to maintain the uniformity in all aspects of the academic standard. The Moderation Committee shall moderate the question papers of the courses and ensure that the syllabus is well covered by question papers. The Examiner(s) of the course are supposed to submit the final Grade Award Lists and evaluated Answer Scripts etc. within one week after the University Examination for the course has been held. The Chairmen of the Departments shall ensure that this one week time limit is strictly observed.
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(b)

(c)

(ii)

The Result Moderation Committee shall be convened, ordinarily, within one week after the examination. In case of abnormal distribution of students population, the grades awarded to the candidates in a course may be modified by the Result Moderation Committee by modifying the grade ranges of the course and/or by awarding grace marks to the candidates. Further provided that

(iii)

**

OM No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

45 the grades so awarded, may be modified by awarding grace marks upto a maximum of three marks in border line cases to clear the course and upto a maximum of two marks in case improvement of grade in a course. (iv) There shall be moderation of results of Annual as well as Supplementary Examinations. The procedure for the award of grades adopted at Annual Examination shall be followed for subsequent Supplementary Examination results. If the sessional marks of promoted or ex-students in a course are not available with the Teacher Incharge of the Course/Examiner, he may approach the Chief Tabulator (Engg. College) for the previous available sessional marks for the purpose of awarding grade. The Chief Tabulator (Engg. College) under the supervision of the Dean of the Faculty shall prepare & submit a summary report of the Examination Results of various classes for consideration before the Review Committee.

(v)

(vi)

11.

The question papers for the M.Phil Examination shall be moderated by a Committee consisting of the following:(i) (ii) (iii) Chairman of the Department; Supervisor of the candidate and A nominee of the Chairman of the Department.

12.

The question papers shall be moderated in accordance with the Regulations. The Examiners for M.D./M.S. Examination shall be appointed as under:(i) (ii) Only P.G. Teachers shall be appointed as Examiners in M.D./M.S. Examinations, External Examiners should be invited from other recognized Medical Colleges, preferably from outside the state,

13.

(iii) The Chairman of the Department concerned should ordinarily be one of the Examiners. The other (second) Internal Examiner should be amongst the Postgraduate Teachers of the Departments speciality. The Second Internal Examiner should rotate after every two Examinations. 14. Examiners and Moderators in all the subjects for all the Professional Examinations in the Faculty of Medicine shall be appointed by the Executive Council, on the recommendations of the Faculty and the Academic Council, out of the list of examiners and moderators drawn by the Board of Studies in the subject concerned; Provided that the Faculty may scrutinize the list before onward transmission to the Academic Council.

E.C. Res. No. 25(6) dated 30.8.1986/27 & 28.9.1986. E.C. Res. No. 6(15) dated 22.12.1980 and 21/22.2.1981. OM No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

46 (i) (a) In examinations other than theory papers: There shall be at least four examiners for 100 students, out of whom not less than 50% shall be external examiners of the four examiners, the senior most internal examiner will act as the coordinator of the whole examination programme in that subject. Where candidates appearing are more than 100, one additional examiner, for every additional 50 or part thereof, be appointed.

Provided that the external examiners shall not be from this University and preferably be from outside the state; Provided further that the internal examiner in a subject shall not accept external examinership for a college from which external examiner is appointed in his subject in the same session. (b) External examiners shall be appointed for two examinations provided that the external examiner shall not be re-appointed immediately and there shall be a gap of atleast two years. All the teachers with the rank of Readers and above shall be appointed as internal examiner for two examinations by rotation according to seniority. An examiner/moderator in any of the subject of all the professional examinations should possess the requisite qualification as prescribed by the Academic Council in this behalf.

(c)

(ii)

Provided that non-medical scientists engaged in the medical teaching as whole time teachers (Readers/Professors) may be appointed examiners in their concerned subjects provided they possess requisite qualification and experience. 15. Qualifications for appointment of Examiners for B.D.S. I. The extened and internal examiners for B.D.S. Examinations should be those holding the post of Reader or an equivalent post or above in a Dental Institution approved/recognized by the Dental Council of India for B.D.S. Course and possess at least 3 years teaching experience in that particular/allied subject to B.D.S. students. The University may relax these requirements in case of Community Dentistry. II. 50% of examiners appointed shall be external from Medical Colleges/Dental Institutions approved/recognized by the Dental Council of India for B.D.S Course, from other Universities, preferably from outside the state.

No person shall be an external examiner for more than 3 consecutive years. However, if there is a break of one year, the person can be reappointed.

OM No. XM/SPA/FN75/II-278 dated 27/28.3.2006.

47

CHAPTER XVI REMUNERATIONS TO EXAMINERS, INVIGILATORS ETC. (Act 29(g))


1. The Executive Council, on the recommendations of the Academic Council, shall, from time to time prescribe the rate of remuneration to be paid to Examiners, Moderators, Invigilators; other than those prescribed in the following Clauses:(i) Remuneration to Examiners: (Effective from the ensuing examination vide O.M.No.(c) 1367 dated 2.11.1999).

2.

S.No

Name of the Examination

For Setting a paper

For Marking Answer Book (Rs.) 24

1.

2.

3.

4. 5.

6. 7. 8.

9. 10. 11.
*

PG Dip. in Urdu Translation/ Post M.A. Dip. in Teaching of English Language & Literature /PG Dip. in Hydrogeology/ M. Tech/ MCA/ PDCA/Post M.Sc. Dip. in Applied Maths/ Museology. MBA/MIBM/ MAEBM/ MJMC/DBF/ MTA/MFC Dip. in Personnel Management/ Marketing Management/ Pest Management LL.M. DO/D.Orth/DLO/DA/ DGO/DCH/DMRD/ MMRT MBBS/Pre-Tib./ BUMS/ BDS B.Tech/BE/ B.Arch. (III,IV & Final Year) B.Tech/BE/B.Arch. (I & II Year)/Post Diploma in Env. Engg. B.Ed/B.L.& I.Sc. B.Th. Dip. in Engg. (IIIYr)

(Rs.) 490

For VivaVoce/Practical Exam. per Candidate (Rs.) 24

Minimum (if any)

(Rs.) 490

490

12

12

490

490 490 390 370 370

12 12 15 10 10

12 10 24 10 24 (clinical & v.v.) 10

240 370 490 370 300

300 300 240

7 7 6

7 10 10

240 370 240

OM NO (C)/ 1367 dated 2.11.1999. E.C. dated 9.9.96/3.5.97.

48 (Womens &Boys)/ B.A./ (Eng. Only)/BA/B.Sc/ B.Com./BFA/BPE Dip. & Cert. in Calligraphy/ Linguistics Dip. in Engg.(I & II Yr.)/ SSSC (I&II)/ DWAS/ Dip. in Office Assistantship & Secretarial Practice/Costume Design & Garment Tech./Dip. & Cert. in Professional Courses/Dip. & Cert. in Proficiency in Languages Dip. in Statistics HS/ SSC / (I & II) Dip. in Stenotyping Cert. & Dip. in Qirat M.Phil. (per candidate/Examiner MS/MD/M.CH./MS/MD (Unani)

240

240

12.

200

200

13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

220 150 170 150 400 490 24

6 4 5 5 15

6 4 5 5 370 490 per day/ Examiner

180 150 170 150 -

ADMISSION TEST (OBJECTIVE TYPE)


S.No. Name of the Examination For setting Question Bank (per item) (Rs.) 10.50 Minimum

43.

44. 45.

MBBS(PMT)/BUMS (G.K.only)/ B.Tech./ Dip. in Engg./MBA/ BE/MIBM/MAEBM/ Dip. in Personnel Management/Dip. in Marketing Management/Pest Management/ M.Sc. Dip. in Applicable Math./Dip. in Hydrogeology/B.Ed./B.L. & I.Sc./M.Tech./MD/ MS/Primary Teacher Recruitment and all other Objective Type Admission Tests University Examinations other than Admission Tests Moderation for Objective Type Question papers

(Rs.) 350

10.50 10.50

350 350

49

ADMISSION TEST (SUBJECTIVE TYPE)


S.No. Name of the Examination For paper setting /Writing (Rs.) 370 For marking Answer Books (Rs.) 10

46.

47. 48.

M.D.(Unani)/ M.L.& I.Sc./ M.Ed./M.Sc. (Bio Tech.) and other equivalent course B.U.M.S. Remuneration for Writer

200 50 (per candidate per paper)

10 -

NOTE: 1. Contingent or postal expenses are payable to External Examiners on production of postal receipt only. If more than half a question paper is changed by the Board of Moderators, the Vice-Chancellor may on the recommendation of the Chairman of the Department concerned direct that no remuneration be paid for setting the paper. (Resolution No. 7 to the Academic Council dated 11 November, 1979). In case, a question paper is rejected by the Board of Moderators, the examiner concerned shall not be entitled to any remuneration and a fresh examiner for marking the answer-books may be appointed on receipt of a written report from the Board of Moderators (Resolution No.9 of the academic Council dated 12th January, 1931) In case, there are more than one Internal Examiner in Practical or Viva-Voce Examinations, the remuneration per examiner shall be half of the External Examiner. Sanction of competent authority regarding the appointment of Internal Examiner as External Examiner has to be attached with the bill or the reference to the sanction letter is to be given. For setting a question paper/marking the answer-books by more than one Internal Examiner, the remuneration shall be divided equally amongst them. Minimum of Rs. 60/- for marking answer-book.
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2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

RATES FOR TABULATION, CODING AND SCRUTINY Remuneration for Manual Tabulation Work per Tabulator
Rs. 6/- per candidate per Tabulator or a minimum of Rs. 100/-. (a) Rs. 7/- per candidate per Tabulator. (b) Rs.15/- per candidate per Tabulator for the Final Semester.

1. Non-Semester (All Classes) 2. Semester (All Classes)

O.M. No. XM No. (C) 1367 dated 2.11.1999.

50 3. For B.E. (Under Grading System) (a) Rs.7/- per candidate per Tabulator (I Yr. B.E.) (b) Rs.10.50 per candidate per Tabulator (II & III Yr. B.E.) (c) Rs.14 per candidate per Tabulator (Final Yr. B.E.)

II

4. For preparing a Duplicate Grade Sheet of B.E. students (Under Grading Rs.10 per Grade Sheet per Tabulator. System) 5. For preparing Grade Transcripts of B.E. (4-Year Degree Course) (Under Grading Rs.40 per Transcript per Tabulator. System) For B.Arch./B.Tech./M.Tech. (Under Semester System) Description Rate of Remuneration Manual (Current & Backlog Courses Rs. 7/- per Candidate per Tabulator together) (Under Grading System) (1) For tabulation work & preparing Grade Transcripts of I/III/V/VII semester B.Arch./ B.Tech. and IX semester B.Arch. (2) For tabulation work & preparing Grade Transcripts of I & II/III & IV/V & VI semesters of B.Arch./B.Tech./VII & VIII semesters of B.Arch. (3) For tabulation work & preparing Grade Transcipts of VII & VIII semesters of B.Tech. and IX & X semesters of B.Arch./ (Final Year) (4) For tabulation work & preparing mark sheet of I/III semester M.Tech. (5) For tabulation work & preparing mark sheet of I & II semesters of M.Tech. (6) For tabulation work & preparing mark sheet of Final M.Tech. (all four semesters) (7) For preparing complete Grade Transcript from I Semester to Final Semester of B.Arch./ B.Tech. (after accumulating requisite number of Earned Credits for the award of Degree) (8) For preparing Duplicate Grade Transcripts of each year of B.Arch./ B.Tech./M.Tech. (1) For Answer-books of Admission Test (2) For answer-books of other University Examination

Rs. 11/- per Candidate per Tabulator

Rs. 15/- per Candidate per Tabulator

Rs. 7/- per Candidate per Tabulator Rs.10/- per Candidate per Tabulator

Rs. 15/- per Candidate per Tabulator

Rs. 40/- per Candidate per Tabulator

Rs. 10/- per Candidate per Tabulator

REMUNERATION FOR CODING WORK


Rs.2.50 per answer book or a minimum of Rs.350/Re.0.80 per answer book.

51

M I S C E L LA N E O U S
(1) Scrutiny for Admission Forms/ : Verifying original documents/ Verification of Tabulation(for Admission only) (2) Scrutiny of Computerized Data Entries related to results of SSC/SSSC/BA/B.Sc./ B.Com./M.A./M.Sc./M.Com. (3) Compulsory Scrutiny of evaluated answer scripts (w.e.f Examination 1991) Rs.5 per candidate.

Rs.2 per candidate

Rs.2/- per answer script to Scrutiny Officer; Rs. 0.50 per answer script to Chief Secrunity Officer.

REMUNERATION FOR EVALUATION OF THESIS/DISSERTATION/PROJECT ETC. 1. Dissertation for LL.M., MSW, MPE 2.Project/Design/Lab. Report for M.Tech. Examination 3. Project or Design report of B.Tech. /B.E./B.Arch. (Final Year) 4. Dissertation/Project/TPR for MBA/ MIBM /DPM DMM/MAEBM* 5. Dissertation or project report of M.L. & I.Sc./ MA/M.Com./M.Ed. 6. Project for Dip. in Engg. (Final Year) 7. Dissertation/Project of P.G. Dip. In Hydrogeology/ Computer Sc./MCA/PDCA/ MS, MD, M.CH. for thesis. 8. Additional Remuneration to the Head Examiner of the High School/SSC (I&II) Examination. Rs.370/- per candidate. Rs.24/- per candidate or a minimum of Rs.490/per Examiner. Rs.24/- per candidate or a minimum of Rs.240/per Examiner. Rs.240/- per candidate or a minimum of Rs.490/Rs.80/- per candidate or a minimum of Rs.370/Rs.12/- per candidate or a minimum of Rs.240/per Examiner. Rs.490/- per candidate per Examiner.

9. Remuneration to the Teacher-Incharge of the School Laboratory if he is not an Examiner.

10. Translation for High School SSC (I & II) Examination papers. 11. M.Sc. Project/Dissertation (for Faculty of Sc. Only)

12. M.Tech. Dissertation (Evaluation and Viva-voce Examination).


*

The Head Examiner of the High School/SSC (I & II) Examination shall be paid an additional remuneration of Rs.240/- provided that Asstt. Examiner/Examiners are appointed for the Examination. The Teacher-Incharge of the School Laboratory, if he is not an Examine be paid remuneration of Rs.240/- per practical examination per centre in the School Laboratory concerned. Rs. 24/-per Translation for High School SSC (I & II) Examination paper. Rs.24/- per student for evaluation of the Project and Rs.24/- per students for Viva voce Examination subject to a minimum of Rs. 610/-per external Examiner and Rs. 240/- per Internal Examiner. Rs. 490/- per candidate per Examiner.

E.C. dated 9.9.96.

52 13. Honorarium to the External Member of the Moderation Committee. 14. Remuneration for the Re-Evaluation of answer books by Internal Examiners and an Examiner invited from out side Aligarh. An Honorarium of Rs.490/- to the External Member of the Moderation Committee irrespective of the days spent in moderation work. Rs.40/-per answer script or minimum of Rs.100/for the Re-Evaluation of answer script for Internal Examiners and an Examiner invited from out side Aligarh shall be paid T.A. and D.A. as per rules of the University and Rs. 200/- as minimum remuneration. Rs. 370/-per candidate/Examiner Rs. 740/- per candidate/Examiner Rs. 490/- per candidate/Examiner

15. Thesis for M. Phil (Evaluation) 16. Thesis for Ph.D./D.Lit./D.Sc.(Evaluation) 17. Thesis for Ph.D./D.Lit./D.Sc.(V.V.Exam)

REMUNERATION TO SUPERINTENDENT AND ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENTS OF EXAMINATION CENTRES


S.No. Designation Revised Rates including Conveyance per day per session for Admission Tests/beyond normal duty hours/per session during Vacations/Sundays/Holiday. Rs. 110 Rs.100 Rs.100 Rs.80

1. 2. 3. 4.

Superintendent of Examination Centre Assistant Superintendent of Examination Centre Head Invigilator Invigilator

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CHAPTER XVII EXAMINATIONS [Act 5(3), 29(f) 29(g), 33 and Statute 5A(4)(I)]
1. Examinations of the University, other than the Doctorate examination, shall be open to the following categories of candidates: (a) regular students, i.e. candidates who have undergone a regular course of study in University or an Institution maintained by the University for a period specified for the course of study; (b) private candidates as defined in Clause 4 below. (c) ex-students as defined in Clause 5 below. A candidate shall be deemed to have undergone a regular course of study for the period specified for the course to be eligible to appear at the examination, if he has fulfilled requirements as given in the chart below: Faculty Arts/Social Sciences / Science/Commerce * Engineering: (i) M.Tech. (3-semester) (ii)B.Tech./B.E./ B.Arch (Annual system) (iii)B.Tech/B.Arch. (Semester System) (iv) Dip. in Engineering Law Medicine: (i) All P.G. diplomas (ii) MBBS Lectures 75% Attendance Practical Tutorials Seminars 75% 75% Sessional Requirements As per new Ordinances (Academic) As per Academics Ordinances As per Academic Ordinances

2.

75% combined in all courses during each Semester. 75% combined in all courses during each Academic Year. Course-wise attendance as per Ordinances (Academic) in this regard. 75% combined in all courses during each Academic year etc. 75% 75% 80% 80% __

As per Academic Ordinances (Academic)

(iii) Other Courses. Theology (B.Th. M.Th.)


*

&

(I,II & Final Professional)Combined 75% in Practical, Demonstrations and/or Clinics in each subject. 75% 75% __ 75% __ __

N.B.: (a) The attendance requirements for the Semester Courses shall be the same as for the nonSemester Courses and the details are to be prescribed by the Academic Council. Provided that the Academic Council may, in special circumstances, condone any shortage in such attendance. (b) The candidate has obtained a certificate of satisfactory conduct and clearance of dues from (1) Provost concerned or (2) The Dean of the Faculty concerned in case of students of Evening Classes.

Effective from the Session 1993-94 for B.E./B.Arch.(under Annual System)/M.Tech. Effective from the Session 1994-95 for B.Tech. Effective from the Session 2001-2002 for B.Tech./B.Arch.(under semester system)/EC dated 18.8.2001/29.12.2001.

54 3.
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(Deleted)

**

4.(a) Notwithstanding anything contained in the Ordinances, teachers and women candidates (only Indian Citizens) may be permitted by the Examination Committee to appear as private candidates at the Senior Secondary School Certificate (Arts, Social Sciences, Science or Commerce), B.A, B.Sc., B.Com. (Pass) or (Hons), M.A., M.Sc. (in Mathematics, Geography and Psychology only) M.Com, B.Th., and M.Th. examinations held by the University under the following conditions: For Teacher Candidates (i) They must have continuously been teacher in a recognized institution for a period of at least two academic years prior to their appearance at the examination, and they must be teachers at the time of appearing at the examination. (ii) Their examination forms are certified by the Head of the Institution, in case of teachers of the institutions maintained by the University/ Principal of a Degree College or the District Inspector of Schools concerned in the case of others. For Women Candidates (i) They have not studied in any recognized Institution during the academic year at the end of which they wish to appears at the examination.

(ii) Their forms are certified by the Principal of a College, Inspector of School, the Head of a recognized High School or a First Class Magistrate.

Provided that no permission shall be given to appear at the examination in a subject for which a practical examination is also prescribed unless the Dean of the Faculty concerned is satisfied that the candidate has done practical work at a suitable place. (b) Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, University employees (Non-teaching staff) may be permitted by the Committee of Examinations to appear as private candidates at all examinations at which teacher candidates are eligible to appear under these Ordinances, under the following conditions:(i) They must have continuously been in University service for a period of at least two years prior to their appearance at the examination and they must be in the service of the University at the time of appearing at the examination. (ii)

Their examination forms are duly certified by the Head of the Department/Office/Institution where they have been serving. Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, University employees (Nonteaching staff) may be permitted by the Board of Secondary Education to appear as private

(c)

E.C. Res. No. 19(17) dt. 18/19/20 Feb. 1984. E.C. Res. No. 2 (para 17 of Appendix I(b) dt. 6.3.1985. E.C. Res. No. 16(42)(3) dt. 26.10.1985. ** O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005. E.C. Res. No. 62 dt. 22.12.1980 and 21/22.2.1981.

55 candidates at the Secondary School Certificate Examination, under the following conditions: (i) They must have continuously been in University service for a period of at least two years prior to their appearance at the examination and they must be in the service of the University at the time of appearing at the examination. (ii)
* *

Their examination forms are duly certified by the Head of the Department/ Office/ Institution where they have been serving.

(d)

Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, candidates who have passed an Oriental Examination recognized by the University, may be permitted by the Examination Committee to appear as private candidates at the Senior Secondary School Certificate examination (in English only) or the B.A. Examination (in English only).

5.

A candidate who (a) Either fails to pass an examination of the University or is unable to appear at an examination after having undergone a regular course of study. has passed the Secondary School Certificate, and S.S.S. Certificate** (Arts or Science) examination of the University and wishes to appear at the same examination in one or more subjects prescribed for that examination, other than those in which he has already passed; OR having passed the M.A. or M.Sc. examination of this University in a subject wishes to appear at another subject at the M.A. examination or at the M.Sc.. examination in Mathematics, Geography or Psychology; OR having passed the M.Com. examination wishes to appear at the M.A. examination in Economics; OR having passed the M.A., M.Com., or M.Sc. examination of this University in a subject wishes to appear at one or more semester courses of the subject, prescribed for the examination, in which he has not already appeared; OR having passed LL.M. examination of this University wishes to appear in any optional group prescribed for the examination, in which he has not already appeared; OR having passed the M.A. Examination in Arabic or Islamic Studies from this University as well as B.Th. examination wishes to appear at the M.Th. examination; OR having passed the LL.M./M.B.A./M.C.A. examination of the University as a regular candidate wishes to appear in a subject at the M.A. examination or at the M.Sc. examination in Mathematics, Geography or Psychology,

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(g)

(h)

**

E.C. Res. No. 2 (para 17 of appendix 1(b) dt. 16.3.1985. E.C. Res. No. 6(64)(b) dt. 22.12.80 and 21/22.2.1981.

56 may be permitted to appear at that subsequent examination as an ex-student without further attendance provided that he keeps his name on the rolls of the University in accordance with the regulations that may be framed in this behalf; Provided that permission to appear as an ex-student shall be granted only for such examinations where the Ordinances specifically provide that ex-students are eligible to appear at the examination concerned. 6. Applications for permission to appear at any examination shall be submitted to the Controller of Examinations through (a) the Provost concerned; OR (b) the Head of the Institution maintained by or admitted to the privileges of the University in which the candidate is studying; OR (c) in case of ex-students, the Provost or the Head of the Institution concerned;

Provided that private candidates shall submit their applications to the Controller of Examination directly.
**

7.

(a)

An application by a candidate for permission to appear at an examination shall reach the Controller of Examination not later than the date specified by the Vice-Chancellor from time to time;

Provided that the applications of ex-students and private candidates submitted later than the dates specified for them, but not later than the date fixed for the regular students, may be entertained on payment of late fee as specified by the University. (b) Application for permission to appear at an examination should be submitted alongwith the fees prescribed for that examination.

8.

A candidate whose application has been accepted shall be given an admit card. Admission to the Examination Hall shall be given only to a candidate who present the above mentioned card. Notwithstanding anything contained in clauses 6, 7, and 8 above the Controller of Examinations may prescribe the procedure for application to appear at the Semester Examinations in the Faculty of Arts, Commerce, Science and Social Sciences. A candidate who fails to appear at an examination shall not be entitled to a refund of the examination fees paid by him;

9.

10.

O.M.No.XM/AC IV/1187 dt. 5.8.1988. E.C. Res. No. 2(para 17 to app. 1(b) dated 16.3.85. E.C. Res. No. 2 (para 20 of Appendix 1(b) dt. 16.3.1985. ** O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

57 Provided that the Controller of Examinations may, for sufficient cause, permit such candidate to appear at the next examination without further payment of fees. The *Controller of Examinations shall notify at the commencement of each academic year Titles of the Semester Courses and Ordinances pertaining to different courses of study; Provided that the syllabi and the text books, if any, prescribed for semester courses in the Faculty of Arts, Social Sciences, Science and Commerce shall be notified by the Chairman of the Department concerned before the commencement of each semester; Provided further that for the courses other than semester courses of the relevant Ordinances and titles of papers/subjects shall be notified by the Controller of Examinations at the commencement of every academic year. 12. Question papers for all examinations shall be set and answered in English language subject to the following conditions: (a) question paper for all examinations in English, Urdu and Hindi shall be set and answered in the respective languages; candidates appearing at an examination in languages other than those mentioned in clause (a) above may be asked to answer a part of the question papers in the language concerned; subject to the provisions made in sub-clauses (a) and (b) above, question papers for the Secondary School Certificate Examination shall be set in English, Urdu and Hindi and the candidates shall have the option of answering them in English, Urdu or Hindi; subject to the provisions made in sub-clauses (a) and (b) above, candidates for the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination in Arts and Commerce and for B.A. and B. Com. (Honours) Examinations may answer the question papers in all subjects in either English or Urdu or Hindi; subject to the provision made in sub-clause (b) above, candidates offering Arabic or Persian or Islamic Studies for the B.A. Examination may answer question papers in that subject either in English or Urdu and those offering Sanskrit may do so either in English or Hindi; subject to the provision made in sub-clause (b) above, candidates offering Arabic or Persian for M.A. Examination may answer question papers either in English or Urdu, and those offering Sanskrit may do so either in English or Hindi; question papers in Muslim Theology shall be set in English, Urdu and Hindi and answered in any one of the above languages. Subject to the provision made in sub-clause (a) and (b) above, question papers for the Kamile-Tib-o-Jarahat Examination (Bachelor of Unani Medicine & Surgery) shall be set and answered in Urdu.

11.

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(g)

(h)

E.C. Res. No. 2 (para 20 of appendix 1(b) dt. 16.3.1985. E.C. Res. No. 2(para 17 of appendix 1(b) dt. 16.3.1985. E.C. Res. No. 2 (para 17 of appendix 1(b) dt. 16.3.1985.

58 13. All examinations of the University shall be held at Aligarh on such dates as may be fixed by the Academic Council; Provided that the Academic Council may, in a special case, on the recommendation of the Committee for Advanced Studies and Research allow the Viva Voce Examination of a candidate for the Doctorate of Philosophy to be held at a centre of higher learning outside Aligarh.
*

14.

Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in these Ordinances, a candidate who has passed the SS Certificate**/S.S.S.Certificate / B.A. (Hons.) / B.Sc.(Hons) /B.Com.(Hons),M.A. /M.Sc ./M.Com./ M.Ed./B.Lib.& I.Sc./BALLB./LL.M. Examination and wishes to improve his/her performance, may be allowed to do so, without hostel accommodation within a period of one year of the declaration of the result of the examination concerned, by the Dean of the Faculty concerned, by appearing subsequently only once at the examination prescribed for the course as an ex-student/private candidate, as the case may be. It was further recommended that the above provisions be given effect from the examination of 1981-82; Provided that the marks obtained by such candidates for the sessionals/practicals/vivavoce/dissertation work (wherever prescribed) during his regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent examination; Provided further that such permission shall be granted only once, and that the candidate shall not have joined any higher class in the mean-while; Provided further that in case of a course/class where supplementary examination is provided candidates who have joined a higher class may take the Supplementary Examination of the same year to improve the performance.

Provided further that if the candidate fails to improve his/her performance at such second attempt, the Certificate/Degree awarded to him/her earlier shall not be withdrawn.
**

15. (Deleted)

TRANSITORY ORDINANCES (deleted)**

E.C. Res. No. 21(II)3 dt. 18/19/20 Feb. 1984. E.C. Res. No. 74(90) dt. 12/13/15 July 1980. E.C.Res. No. 17(5)(5) dt. 26.10.85. ** O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

59

CHAPTER-XVII(A)** EXAMINATION (SEMESTER SYSTEM)


M.A./M.Sc. Examination of the Faculty of Science and Life Science of the University shall be open to the following categories of candidates: a. Regular students as defined in Clause (1), given below: b. Private candidates as defined in Clause (4), given below (for MA degree only): c. Ex-students 1. Regular students i.e. candidates who have undergone a regular course of study in the University for a period specified for the degree programme. A candidate shall be deemed to have undergone a regular course of study for the period specified for the degree programme to be eligible to appear at the examination, if he has fulfilled the requirement of 75% attendance in each semester separately; Provided that the Academic Council may, in special circumstances, condone any shortage in such attendance; Providd further that he/she has obtained clearance of dues from the Provost concerned. 3. Not withstanding anything contained in the Ordinances, the name of a student studying for a Masters degree, in the Faculty of Science and Life Sciences may be removed by the Dean of the Faculty concerned if the student fails to report to classes continuously for one month without valied reasons. Such students may get re-admitted in the next academic session after due payment of prescribed readmission and other fees, if allowed by the Dean of the Faculty concerned. Teachers, women candidates (only Indian citizens) and non-teaching University employees (wherever applicable) may be permitted by the Examination Committee to appear as Private candidates at the M.A. (Mathematics, Geography, Statistics and Operations Research) Examination held by the University, provided they fulfil the eligibility condition prescribed for admission to regular candidates, under the conditions:For teacher candidates They must have continuously been teachers in a recognized institution for a period of at least two academic years prior to their appearance at the examination and they must be teachers at the time of appearing at the examination. Their examination forms are certified by the Head of the Institution in case of teachers of the institution maintained by the University, Principal of a Degree College or the District Inspector of Schools concerned in the case of others. For women candidates They have not studied in any recognized institution during the academic year at the end of which they wished to appear at the examination.
O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

2.

4.

a. i)

ii)

b. i)

**

60 ii) Their forms are to be certified by the Principal of a duly recognized College, Inspector of Schools or a First Class Magistrate. For Non-teaching University Employees They must have continuously been in University service for a period of at least two years prior to their appearance at the examination and they must be in the service of the University at the time of appearing at the examination. Their examination forms are to be duly certified by the Head of the Office/ Institution where they have been serving. Private candidates wherever applicable shall not be given permission to appear at the examination in a subject for which a practical examination is also prescribed, unless the Dean is satisfied that they have done practical work at a suitable place. A candidate who fails to pass an examination or is unable to appear at an examination after having undergone a regular course of study and after having fulfilled attendance requirements, may be permitted to appear in a subsequent examination as an ex-student without fulfilling further attendance requirements provided that he/she does not get his/her admission in the course cancelled. The marks awarded in the sessional/practical work during his/her regular course of study shall be carried forward to the subsequent examination taken by the candidate.

c. i)

ii)

5.

6.

7. (a) Applications for permission to appear at any examination shall be submitted to the Controller of Examinations through the Provost and/or Dean of the Faculty concerned; Provided that private candidates shall submit their applications to the Dean, of the concerned Faculty directly. (b) An application by a candidate for permission to appear at an examination along with the fee prescribed for that examination should reach the Controller of Examinations not later than the date notified by the University from time to time. (c) A candidate whose application has been accepted shall be given an Examination Card (Hall Ticket). Admission to the examination hall shall be given only to a candidate who presents the above mentioned card. (d) Question papers for all examinations shall be set and answered in English language only. Private candidates/ex-students shall take the same examination as that for regular students. However, question papers of M.A. in Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Persian, Sanskrit and Modern Indian Languages may be set and answered in English and/or respective languages as recommended by the Faculty concerned. (e) Candidate who are not satisfied with the evaluation of the answer script of semester examination, may apply to the Controller of Examinations for re-evaluation in accordance with the rules laid down by the University. (f) A candidate shall be entitled to Discretionary Marks (DM) for improvement in Division as per University rules approved by Academic Council.

61

CHAPTER-XVII(A)** EXAMINATION (SEMESTER SYSTEM) (REVISED)


M.A./M.Sc./M.Com or any other P.G. Course Examination of the Faculty of Arts/Commerce/ Social Sciences/Science/Life Sciences of the University shall be open to the following categories of candidates: a. c. c. 1. Regular students as defined in Clause (1), given below Private candidates as defined in Clause (4), given below Ex-students

Regular students i.e. candidates who have undergone a regular course of study in the University for a period specified for the degree programme. A candidate shall be deemed to have undergone a regular course of study for the period specified to be eligible to appear at the examination, if he/she has fulfilled the requirement of 75% attendance in each semester separately. Provided that the Academic Council may, in special circumstances, condone any shortage in such attendance: Provided further that he/she has obtained a clearance of dues from the Provost concerned. Notwithstanding anything contained in the Ordinances, the name of a student studying for a Masters degree in the Faculty of Arts/Commerce/Social Sciences/Science/ Life Sciences may be removed by the Dean of the Faculty concerned if the student fails to report to classes continuously for one month without valid reasons. Such students may get re-admitted in the next academic session after due payment of prescribed re-admission and other fees, if allowed by the Dean of the Faculty concerned. Teachers, women candidates (only Indian citizens) and non-teaching University employees (wherever applicable) may be permitted by the Examination Committee to appear as Private candidates at the M.A. (in the Faculty of Arts/Social Sciences)/M.A. (Mathematics, Geography, Statistics and Operations Research)/M.Com. Examination held by the University, provided they fulfil the eligibility condition prescribed for admission to regular candidates, under the conditions:For teacher candidates They must have continuously been teachers in a recognized institution for a period of at least two academic years prior to their appearance at the examination and they must be teachers at the time of appearing at the examination. Their examination forms are certified by the Head of the Institution in case of teachers of the institution, maintained by the University, Principal of a Degree College or the District Inspector of Schools concerned in the case of others. For women candidates They have not studied in any recognized institution during the academic year at the end of which they wished to appear at the examination.
O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

2.

3.

4.

a. i)

ii)

b. i)
**

O.M. No. XM/SPA/II-196 dated 24/30.10.2005.

62 ii) Their forms are to be certified by the Principal of a duly recognized College, Inspector of Schools or a First Class Magistrate. For Non-teaching university employees They must have continuously been in University service for a period of at least two years prior to their appearance at the examination and they must be in the service of the University at the time of appearing at the examination. Their examination forms are to be duly certified by the Head of the Office/ Institution where they have been serving. Private candidates (wherever applicable) shall not be given permission to appear at the examination in a subject for which a practical examination is also prescribed, unless the Dean is satisfied that they have done practical work at a suitable place. A candidate who fails to pass an examination or is unable to appear at an examination after having undergone a regular course of study and after having fulfilled attendance requirements, may be permitted to appear in a subsequent examination as an ex-student without fulfilling further attendance requirements provided that he/she does not get his/her admission in the course cancelled. The marks awarded in the sessional/practical work during his/her regular course of study shall be carried forward to the subsequent examination taken by the candidate.

c. i)

ii)

5.

6.

7. (a) Applications for permission to appear at any examination shall be submitted to the Controller of Examinations through the Provost and/or Dean of the Faculty concerned; Provided that private candidates shall submit their applications to the Dean, of the concerned Faculty directly. (b) An application by a candidate for permission to appear at an examination alongwith the fee prescribed for that examination should reach the Controller of Examinations not later than the date notified by the University from time to time. (c) A candidate whose application has been accepted shall be given an Examination Card (Hall Ticket). Admission to the examination hall shall be given only to a candidate who presents the above mentioned card. (d) Question papers for all examinations shall be set and answered in English language only. Private candidates/ex-students shall take the same examination as that for regular students. However, question papers of M.A. in Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Persian, Sanskrit and Modern Indian Languages may be set and answered in English and/or respective languages as recommended by the Faculty concerned. (e) Candidate who are not satisfied with the evaluation of the answer script of semester examination, may apply to the Controller of Examinations for re-evaluation in accordance with the rules laid down by the University. (f) A candidate shall be entitled to Discretionary Marks (DM) for improvement in Division as per University rules approved by Academic Council.

63

CHAPTER XVIII HIGH SCHOOL EXAMINATION


(For Women Private Candidates)

1.

The High School Examination shall comprise the following subjects:(i) Muslim Theology (Sunni or Shia) OR History of Civilization Urdu with Compulsory Hindi OR Hindi with Compulsory Urdu 50 marks

(ii)

100 marks (67+33)**

Provided that candidates from areas where Hindustani is not spoken may offer instead of Urdu with Compulsory Hindi or Hindi with Compulsory Urdu, either Elementary Urdu or Elementary Hindi. (50 Paper + 50 V.V.) (iii) (iv) (v)
**

English Home Science and Tailoring General Science and Health Education

100marks 100marks 100 marks

(vi)

Social Sciences (History, Geography Civics and Economics) (35+35+20+10) 100 marks Any one of the following subjects: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) Arabic Persian Sanskrit Commerce Economics Art Mathematics 100 marks

(vii)

Total: 650

A candidate who passes in one or more of the subject(s), but fails in the examination as a whole, shall not be required to pass in those subjects again at a subsequent Supplementary or Annual Examination.
**

2. 3.

To pass the examination, a candidate must obtain at least 33% of the marks in each subject. Candidates securing 60% of the marks or more in the aggregate shall be placed in the First Division; those securing less than 60% but not less than 45% in the Second Division and those securing less

E.C. Res. No. 9(57) (2) dt. 30.7.1987. OM: XM/PA/Ord. F/1423 dated 1.6.2003. Proposal recommended to the A.C. by the B.S.E. vide item No.(3) of its meeting dt. 11.11.95.
**

64 than 45% but not less than 33% in the Third Division. Candidates who obtain 75% of the marks or more in a subject, shall be declared to have obtained distinction in that subject.
*

4.

Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, a Supplementary Examination shall be held for the High School candidates not more than 4 months after the Annual Examination. The Examination Fee and the rules of the conduct of this Examination shall be the same as of the Annual Examination. The Supplementary Examination shall be open to candidates who fails at the Annual Examination, or who fail to appear at the Annual Examination for reasons approved of by the Board of Secondary Education.

5.

Certificate granted to successful candidates of the High School Examination shall contain their date of birth as recorded in the application form and certified by the certifying authority. No change shall be effected in this entry unless the candidate files an affidavit certified by a First Class Magistrate and recommended by the authority who certified his original entry in the form. Provided that this change shall not be effected after the certificate has been issued to the candidate. Provided further that this change shall in no case be effected after one year of the passing of the examination by the candidate, irrespective of the fact whether the certificate has been issued or not.

6.

Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, a candidate who has passed the High School Examination, as a private candidate from this University may appear again in the examination, but once only to improve her performance. If the student has joined any higher class in the meanwhile, she will not be eligible to appear at the subsequent examination for improvement of performance. Provided that if the candidate fails at such second attempt the certificate awarded to her earlier shall not be withdrawn.

OM:XM/PA/Ord. F/1423 dated 13.6.2003.

65

CHAPTER XVIII-A SECONDARY SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION


1. (i) The Secondary School Certificate Examination shall consist of two parts and shall be held at the end of the session in classes IX and X.

The Secondary School Certificate Examination part I (Class IX) shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study in class IX for one academic year at a School maintained by the University. The expression (ii) regular course of study means that a student must have put in at least 75 per cent of attendance counted from the first day of the session till the last working day for the class. Provided that shortage of attendance upto 10 per cent may, in genuine cases, be condoned by the Board of Secondary Education on the recommendation of the Standing Condonation Committee consisting of: (a) Manager of the School, (Chairman), (b) The Principal, and (c) One senior teacher of the concerned School appointed by the Vice-Chancellor. (iii) The Secondary School Certificate Examination Part-II (Class X) shall be open to: (a) Candidates who have passed at least one year previously the Secondary School Certificate part-I (Class IX) Examination and have undergone a regular course of study in Class X for one academic year at a School maintained by the University. The expression regular course of study means that a student must have put at least 75 per cent of attendance counted from the first day of the session till the last working day for the class. Provided that shortage of attendance upto 10 per cent may, in genuine cases, be condoned by the Board of Secondary Education on the recommendation of the Standing Condonation Committee consisting of: (a) Manager of the School, (Chairman), (b) The Principal, and (c) One senior teacher of the concerned School appointed by the Vice-Chancellor. (b) Women candidate and University employees (Non-teaching Staff) as per conditions prescribed below: (i) Women candidates may be permitted by the Board to appear as Private Candidates at the Secondary School Certificate Examination (class IX and X separately) under the following conditions: (1) They must not have studied in any recognized school during the academic year at the end of which, they wish to appear at the Examination. Their examination forms are certified by one of the following officials: (a) A first class Magistrate (b) Principal of a Degree College; (c) Principal of a High School/ Secondary School/Senior Secondary School/Intermediate College and countersigned by the District Inspector of Schools.

(2)

E.C. Res. 2 (para 18 of appendix 1(b) dt. 16.3.1985. OM XM/SPA/FN-76/II 290A dated 17.4.2006

66 Note: No countersignature is required if the examination form has been certified by the Principal of an Institution/School maintained or run by the University. (c) University employees (Non-teaching Staff) may be permitted by the Board to appear as Private Candidates at the Secondary School Certificate Examination (Class IX and X separately) under the following conditions: (1) They must have continuously been in University service for a period of at least 2 years at the time of appearing at the Examination. (2) Their examination forms are duly certified by the Head of the Department/Office/ Institution where they have been serving; (3) Necessary permission has been granted by the Registrar. (d) Notwithstanding anything contained in the Ordinances, candidates, who have passed in the Adib Examination of the Jamia Urdu, Aligarh, or any other Oriental Examination recognized by the University for the purpose, may be permitted by the Board to appear as Private Candidates, at the Secondary School Certificate Examination (Class IX and X together ) in English only. Successful candidates will be given a certificate of having passed the Examination in English only. 2. A candidate, who has failed at the Secondary School Certificate Examination (Class X) of this University. OR after having undergone a regular course of study is unable to appear at the Examination (Class X). OR having passed the Secondary School Certificate Examination (Class X) of the University, wishes to appear at the examination in one or more subjects other than those in which he has already passed, may be permitted to appear at a subsequent examination as an ex-student without further attendance provided that he has not joined a higher class. Provided that no candidate shall be permitted to continue as an ex-student three years after first appearing at the examination. Provided further that a candidate who has failed in class IX Examination shall not be entitled to appear later in the same Examination as an ex-student. 3. The following shall be the subjects of study in Class IX and X: (i) (ii) (iii) Muslim Theology (Sunni/Shia) or History of Civilization; English (Course A or Course B); Urdu with Compulsory Hindi/Hindi with Compulsory Urdu. OR Elementary Urdu/Elementary Hindi (for students from Non-Urdu and Non-Hindi speaking areas). OR Indian History and Culture (for foreign students only).

67 (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) Mathematics (Course A or Course B). Science (Course A or Course B). Social Sciences (History, Civics and Geography). Social Useful Productive Work.

(viii) Physical and Health Education / Arabic / Persian / Sanskrit / Commerce / Economics / Home Science / Malayalam / Tamil / Telugu / Bengali. 4. The following shall be the broad distribution of periods per week for instruction in different subjects, each period being of 40 minutes duration: Subjects (i) Muslim Theology/History of Civilization. English (Course A or Course B) Urdu with Compulsory Hindi/Hindi with Compulsory Urdu/Elementary Urdu/ Elementary Hindi/Indian History and Culture. Mathematics (Course A or Course B) Science (Course A or Course B) Social Science (History, Civics, & Geography) Socially Useful Productive Work No. of periods/week 2

(ii) (iii)

6 6(4+2)

(iv) (v) (vi) (vii)

9 9 8(3+2+3) 3 3

(viii) (a) Physical and Health Education/Arabic/ Persian/Sanskrit/Commerce/Economics/ Home Science/Malayalam/Tamil/Telegu/ Bengali. (b) Co-curricular and other activities. 5. (a)

(i) Only regular candidates shall be required to offer Socially Useful Productive Work. (ii) There shall be continuous assessment for Socially Useful Productive Work. The School will maintain a record of the performance of each candidate and forward the same to the Controller of Examination at least 15 days before the start of the Examination. (iii)The result of Socially Useful Productive Work shall be given as following in terms of grade on a five point scale: Grade Description Marks range A Excellent 75% and above B Very good 60% - 74% C Good 45% - 59% D Average 33% - 44% E Poor Below 33%

68 (iv) Candidates having physical disability or otherwise unable to do Socially Useful Productive Work may be granted exemption from offering the subject by the Board of Secondary Education on the recommendation of the Principal of the School concerned. Provided that request for such exemption should be supported by a Certificate from a Medical Officer not below the rank of an Assistant Surgeon. (b) The University will conduct the Secondary School Certificate Examination in the following subjects at the end of Classes IX and X each year.

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION Class IX and Class X


S.NO . 1 2. 3. SUBJECT Muslim Theology/History of Civilization English (Course A or B) Urdu with Compulsory Hindi OR Hindi with Compulsory Urdu OR Elementary Urdu only OR Elementary Hindi only OR Indian History & Culture. Mathematics (Course A or B) Science (Course A or B) PAPER One One Two Two One One Two One Three MAX.MARKS 50 100 Urdu-70; Compulsory Hindi-30 Hindi70; Compulsory Urdu-30 Paper-50; Viva-Voce-50. Paper-50; Viva-Voce-50. 50 marks each. 100 Paper-I Physics: 50 marks; Paper-II Chemsitry:50 marks; Paper III-Life Sciences: 50 marks; Practical-One combined paper for Science:50 marks (Physics-15, Chemistry- 15, Life Science -15 & Project Work-5) (200 marks to be reduced to 100 marks.) DURATION IN HOURS 2 3 3+1 3+1 2 2 2 3 2

4. 5.

69 6. Social Sciences Two Paper-I: History & Civics: 60 marks (40+20) Paper II: Geography: 40 marks 2

7.

Optional:Any one of the following: Arabic/Persian/Sanskrit/Commerce/Economics/ Malayalam/Tamil/Telegu/ Bengali OR Home Science/Physical Health Education

One

100

One

Paper-50; Practical-50.

6.

(a)

For obtaining permission to appear at the examination, every regular candidate shall fill in the prescribed form and submit it, along with the required documents and prescribed fees, to the Principal of the School concerned by the specified date. The Principal shall forward all such forms to the Controller of Examinations. For obtaining permission to appear at the examination every woman private candidate or a University employee (Non-teaching Staff) shall fill in the prescribed form and submit it along with the required documents and prescribed fees, to the Controller of Examination by the specified date. Provided that the applications of ex-students and private candidates submitted later than the dates specified for them, but no later than the dates fixed for the regular students, may be entertained on payment of the prescribed penalty fee.

(b)

7.

A candidate, whose application has been accepted and found in order, shall be given an Admit card. Admission to the Examination Hall shall be allowed only to a candidate who presents the said card. Question papers for the examination shall be set and answered in the English, Urdu and Hindi languages subject to the following conditions:(a) (b) (c) Question papers for examination in English, Urdu and Hindi shall be set and answered in the respective languages; Candidates appearing at an examination in a language other than those mentioned in Clause (a) above, may be asked to answer a part of the question paper in the language concerned. Subject to the provisions made in sub-clauses (a) and (b) above, candidates may answer the question papers in all subjects, in English, Urdu or Hindi;

8.

9.

The result of the Secondary School Certificate Examination (Class IX and X separately) shall be furnished in terms of marks for each subject at the University Examination. However, for internal assessment in Socially Useful Productive Work, the result will be furnished in terms of grades.

70 10. (i) To pass the Examination, a candidate must obtain at least 33 per cent marks in each subject and at least Grade D in Socially Useful Productive Work.
*

(ii) Women private candidates, University employees (Non-teaching Staff) and those regular candidates, who are exempted from offering Socially Useful Productive Work shall be required to obtain at least 33 per cent marks in each of the remaining subjects in order to pass the examination. (iii) No division shall be awarded at the Class IX Examination. However, a transcript of the performance at the Class IX examination will be given in the mark sheet issued at the end of Class X Examination. (iv) Candidates securing 60 per cent of the marks or more in the aggregate of Class X Examination shall be placed in the First Division; those securing less than 60 per cent marks but not less than 45 per cent in the Second Division and those securing less than 45 per cent but not less than 33 per cent in the Third Division. Candidates who obtain 75 per cent of the marks or more in a subject shall be declared to have obtained distinction in that subject. 11. A candidate who fails to appear at an examination shall not be entitled to refund of the examination fee paid by him. Provided that the Controller of Examinations may, for sufficient reasons, permit such a candidate to appear at the next examination without further payment of fees. 12. Notwithstanding any thing contained in these Ordinances, a Compartmental Examination shall be held for classes IX and X not later than three months after the Annual Examination. The examination fee for the Compartmental shall be the same as for the Annual Examination. The Compartmental Examination shall be open to candidates who fail at the Annual Examination in not more than two subjects.
*

Provided that candidates who fail in the internal assessment will be examined by the School concerned in the following July for the first chance and the February next for the second chance. The result of internal assessment will be intimated by the School to the Controller of Examinations for working out the result of the Examination. Provided further that (a) candidates failing in Class X Compartmental Examination may be permitted to appear at the next Annual Examination in the subject(s) in which they appeared at the Compartmental Examination. Candidates of class X who fail in the Annual Examination shall be required to appear in all the subjects at the next Annual Examination. (b) candidates of Class IX Examination shall have only one chance to appear in the Compartmental Examination to be held following the Annual Examination. (c) The Compartmental candidates shall have the option of appearing in all the subjects in the Annual Examination subject to the condition that their performance in the previous examination shall be deemed as cancelled.

E.C. Res. No. 22(13) dt. 19.4.1986.

71 13. Certificates will be granted to successful candidates of the Secondary School Certificate Examination at the end of Class X in the format approved by the Board. The date of birth entered in the Certificate will be the same as recorded in the Examination Form and certified by the Certifying Authority. No Change shall be effective in the entry of the date of birth unless the candidate files an affidavit certified by a First Class Magistrate and recommended by the Authority who has certified his original entry in the form. Provided that such change shall not be effective after the certificate has been issued to the candidate. Provided further that such change shall, in no case, be effective one year after the passing of the Examination by the candidate, irrespective of the fact whether the certificate has been issued or not.
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14.

A candidate who has passed the Secondary School Certificate Part II (Class X) Examination of this University and wishes to improve his performance, may be allowed to appear in one or more subjects as an ex-student within one year of the declaration of result of the examination. Provided that the candidate who has passed the Secondary School Certificate part II (Class X) Examination and wishes to improve his performance the same year, may be allowed to appear in two subjects only at the immediately following compartmental examination of the same year in which he has passed the examination. Provided further that : (i) the marks obtained by the candidate for practical/viva voce examination (where prescribed) during his regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent examination; such permission shall be granted only once on the condition that the candidate has not joined any higher class in the mean while; if a candidate fails to improve, his performance in a subject or paper, the original marks awarded to him in that subject or paper earlier shall stand.

(ii)

(iii)

TRANSITORY ORDINANCE TO CHAPTER XVIII-A OF THE ORDINANCES (ACADEMIC) (Deleted)**

**

E.C. dated 9.9.96/3.5.97. O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

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CHAPTERXIX Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination


1. Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination shall consist of two parts (Part I and Part II) and shall be held at the end of the session in Classes XI and XII respectively. (a) The Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination Part I shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for a period of one academic year in class XI at a School maintained by the University. The expression regular course of study means that a student must have put in at least 75% of the attendance counted from the opening of the class. Provided that shortage of attendance upto 10% may be condoned, in genuine cases, by the Board of Secondary Education on the recommendation of the Standing Condonation Committee consisting of: (i) Manager of the School, (Chairman), (ii) The Principal, and (iii) One senior teacher of the concerned School appointed by the Vice-Chancellor. No candidate shall be admitted to the Part I Examination unless he has passed, at least one year previously, the High School/Secondary School Certificate Examination of the University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent. The Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination, Part II shall be open to candidates, who have passed at least one year previously the Part I Examination and have undergone a regular course of study for a period of one academic year in Class XII at a School maintained by the University. The expression regular course of study means that a student must have put in at least 75% of the attendance counted from the opening of the classes. Provided that shortage of attendance upto 10% may be condoned, in genuine cases, by the board of Secondary Education on the recommendation of the Standing Condonation Committee of the School concerned consisting of: (a) Manager of the School, (Chairman), (b) The Principal, and (c) One senior teacher of the concerned School appointed by the ViceChancellor. (i) Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, teachers and women candidates may be permitted by the Board to appear as private candidates at the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination under the following conditions. For Teacher Candidates (1) They must have continuously been teachers in a recognized institution for a period of at least two academic years at the time of appearing at the examination. (2) Their examination forms are certified by: (i) Principal of a Degree College or (ii) Principal of a High School or an Intermediate College and countersigned by the District Inspector of Schools.
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2.

(b)

(c)

For Women Candidates (1) They must not have studied (in any recognized institution) during the academic year at the end of which they wish to appear at the examination. (2) Their examination forms are certified by: (i) a First Class Magistrate, (ii) Principal of a Degree College or (iii) Principal of a High School or an Intermediate College and countersigned by the District Inspector of Schools.

E.C. Res. No. 22(5) dt. 18/19/20 Feb. 1984. OM XM/SPA/FN-76/II 290A dated 17.4.2006

73 (iii) In the case of teachers of University Schools, their forms are to be certified by the Head of the Institution concerned. Intermediate College countersigned by the Inspector of Schools. and District

Provided that the teacher and women candidates must have passed the High School/Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University or an equivalent examination at least one year previously. Provided further that no permission shall be given to appear at the examination in a subject for which a practical examination is also prescribed. (ii) Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, University employees (Nonteaching Staff) may be permitted by the Board to appear as private candidates at the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination in subjects not involving practical work under the following conditions:(1) They must have continuously been in University service for a period of at least two years at the time of appearing at the examination. (2) Their examination forms are duly certified by the Head of the Department/Office/ Institution where they have been serving; (3) Necessary permission has been granted by the Registrar. (iii) Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, candidates who have passed the Adib-e-Mahir Examination of the Jamia Urdu, Aligarh or any other Oriental Examination recognized by the University as its equivalent and the High School/Secondary School Certificate Examination in English only or in all subjects of this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent, may be permitted by the Board to appear as private candidates at the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination in Compulsory English and Optional English. (iv) A candidate who has failed at the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University: OR after having undergone a regular course of study, is unable to appear at the Examination; OR having passed the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of the University, wishes to appear at the examination in one or more subjects other than those in which he has already passed, may be permitted to appear at a subsequent examination as an ex-student without further attendance provided that he has not joined higher class; Provided further that no candidate shall be permitted to become an ex-student two years after appearing at the Examination. 3. The Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination Part-II shall be open to: (a) Candidates who have passed at least one year previously the Part I Examination and have undergone a regular course of study for a period of one academic year at a School maintained by the University. Provided that a candidate, who has failed in compulsory subjects other than English, shall have to clear these subjects at the Part II Examination. (b) teachers, women candidates, ex-students and University employees (Non-teaching Staff) as per conditions prescribed in clause 2(b). The Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination shall comprise the following subjects:

4.

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PART -I A COMPULSORY SUBJECTS:


(a) (b) (c) English Muslim Theology or History of Modern Civilization Advanced Urdu (for those who have passed High School or Secondary School Examination with Advanced Urdu) OR Elementary Urdu (for those who have passed High School or Secondary School Examination with Elementary Urdu/Urdu as Third language). OR
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Non-mother tongue Urdu (for foreigners and for those who come from non-Hindi speaking states). Provided that those who offer Urdu as one of the elective subjects in the Senior Secondary School Examination will be required to offer Elementary Persian/Elementary Hindi instead of the above mentioned courses. Provided further that those who offer Persian as one of the elective subjects, will be required to offer Elementary Hindi instead of the above mentioned courses. OR Indian History and Culture (for foreign students only).

B OPTIONAL SUBJECTS :
(a) General Education Courses: Any three of the following subjects: Accountancy Arabic/Persian/Sanskrit Biology Chemistry Commerce Economics English Fine Arts Geography Hindi/Urdu History Home Science (for women students only) Islamic Studies Mathematics Physics Political Science

OM No. XM/AR-I/2049/2049 dated 14.9.1984.

75 (b) Vocational Courses: Any one of the following groups: (i) Commerce Group: 1. General Foundation Course 2. Office Management and Secretarial Practice 3. Typewriting 4. Stenography (ii) Engineering Group: 1. General Foundation Course 2. Basic Electrical Technology OR Basic Electronic Technology OR Basic Woodwork Technology. OR Bio-Technology. Home Science Group (for women students only): 1. General Foundation Course 2. Nutrition and Food Preparation OR Dress Designing and Making.

(iii)

(c)

Vocational Courses (for the Blind) Any one of the following groups: A Engineering Group: 1. General Foundation course 2. Press and Plastic Moulding B Commerce Group : 1. General Foundation Course 2. Steno-typing (English/Hindi) 3. Typewriting (English/Hindi) C Music Group: 1. General Foundation Course 2. Music (Vocal) 3. Music (Instrumental) D- Home Science Group (for women students only): 1. General Foundation Course 2. Nutrition and Food Preparation.

Provided that candidates who have obtained 55% or more marks in the High School/Secondary School Certificate Examination or its equivalent may be allowed to offer an additional optional subject. Provided further that only such combinations of subjects shall be permitted as may be approved by the Board from time to time.

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PART II
(a) General Education Courses : 1. English 2. Optional subjects offered at the Part I Examination. (b) Vocational Courses : 1. English 2. Subjects offered at the Part I Examination 5. The number of written papers and the marks allotted to each of these papers and/or practical examination and/or viva voce examination in each subject shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Syllabus Committee and the Board Deleted For permission to appear at the examination, every regular candidate shall fill in the prescribed form and submit it, alongwith the required documents and the prescribed fees, to the Principal of the School concerned by the specific date. Provided that the applications of ex-students and private candidates submitted later than the dates specified for them, but not later than the dates fixed for the regular students, may be entertained on payment of the prescribed penalty fee. 8. A candidate whose application has been accepted and found in order shall be given an admit card. Admission to the Examination Hall shall be allowed only to a candidate who present the said card. Question papers for the examination shall be set and answered in the English language subject to the following conditions: (a) Question paper for examination in English, Urdu and Hindi shall be set and answered in the respective languages. Candidates appearing at an examination in languages other than those mentioned in clause (a) above, may be asked to answer a part of the question papers in the language concerned; Subject to the provisions made in sub-clauses (a) and (b) above, candidates for the examination may answer the question papers in all subjects, except Mathematics, Science and Engineering subjects in English, Urdu or Hindi.

6.

7.

9.

(b)

(c)

10.

To pass the examination a candidate must obtain at least 33 per cent of the marks in each subject except Advanced Urdu or alternative in which the pass marks shall be 40 per cent.

EC : dated 30.8.2003.

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11.

A candidate, who obtains 60% or more marks in the aggregate of all subjects at the Part II Examinations, shall be placed in the First Division. A candidate, who obtains less than 60% but not less than 45% shall be placed in the Second Division. A candidate, who obtains less than 45% but not less than 33% shall be placed in the Third Division. A candidate, who obtains 75% or more marks in a subject, shall be declared to have obtained distinction in that subject. Provided that if a candidate has passed the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination with an additional subject, his division would be determined by taking into account the marks of English, and three best Optional subjects. The subject in which the candidate has secured the lowest marks, shall be indicated as the fourth subject in the mark sheet.

12.

A candidate who fails to appear at an examination shall not be entitled to refund of examination fees paid by him. (i) A candidate who fails in English or one subject of the General Education Course or one paper of the Vocational Course in the Part I Examination shall be eligible for Compartmental Examination, provided he secures 33% of the marks in the aggregate of the Optional subjects and English. He may appear at the Compartmental Examination which will ordinarily be held not later than two months following the Annual Examination. A candidate , who (1) fails in one subject of the General Education Course/one paper of the Vocational Course in the Part-II Examination, or (2) has passed all the subjects in the Part-II Examination but has failed only in Compulsory Urdu, shall be eligible for Compartmental Examination in the subject concerned. He may appear in the Compartmental Examination which will ordinarily be held not later than two months following the Annual Examination. He will be declared to have passed the Compartmental Examination if he obtains at least 33% (40% in Compulsory Urdu) marks in the subject or paper concerned. The marks obtained by him at the Compartmental Examination shall be counted for determining the division. He shall however, not be eligible for a place in the merit list. (ii) A candidate, who fails in the Compartmental Examination, may be allowed to avail another chance to clear the subject or paper concerned at the next Annual Examination. The courses and syllabi for the said examination shall be the same as for the candidate appearing at that examination in all subjects. A candidate who does not avail of one or both the chances of the Compartmental Examination. Or having appeared at the Examination, does not pass in the subject or paper concerned, shall be treated to have failed in examination and required to reappear in all the subjects as an ex-student at the next Annual Examination as per the syllabi and courses laid down for the examination concerned. If he fails, he will not be given another chance.

13.

(iii) Candidate failing in an additional subject, but otherwise declared successful at the examination, may be allowed to re-appear in the additional subject in the Compartmental Examination. This facility however not be available to candidate in Compartmental. (iv) The regular students of class XI who, after having failed in the Annual/Compartmental examination may be allowed continuation in Class XI as regular students in the subsequent

E.C. No. 15(29) dt. 26.10.1985. E.C. Res. 20(37) dt. 21/22.2.87 & 27.3.87. OM No./XM/PA/820 & 1884 dated 23.8.2004 & 21.11.2004.

78 session, if they so desire and are otherwise eligible to remain as regular student. However, no candidate shall be allowed to be a regular student for more than two sessions. (v) Such students shall have to repeat the course afresh and shall have to take sessional tests and appear at the Annual Examiantion as fresh students and the marks they obtained previously in the sessional tests/Annual Examination shall not be counted.

14.

A candidate, who has passed the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination and wishes to improve his performance, may be allowed to appear in one or more subjects as an ex-student within one year of the declaration of result of the examination. * Provided that candidates who have passed the Senior Secondary School Certificate Part-II (Class XII) Examination and wishes to improve their performance, may be allowed to appear in one subject only in the Compartmental Examination of the same year in which they have passed the examination. Provided further that :(ii) the marks obtained by the candidates for practical/viva voce examination (where prescribed) during his regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent examination; such permission shall be granted only once on the condition that the candidate has not joined any higher class in the meanwhile; and if a candidate fails to improve his performance in a subject or paper, the marks awarded to him in that subject or paper earlier shall stand.

(iii)

(iv)

TRANSITORY ORDINANCES TO CHAPTER XIX (deleted)** TRANSITORY PROVISION (deleted)**

OM No./XM/PA/820 & 1884 dated 23.8.2004 & 21.11.2004. E.C. Res. No. 15 dt. 26.10.1985. ** O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.
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79

CHAPTER XIX A SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION (SSSC) (UNDER THE PROGRAMME OF DISTANCE EDUCATION)
(1) A candidate desirous of enrolling in the Distance Education Programme should fill the prescribed form and pay the requisite fee. The Senior Secondly School Certificate Examination shall consist of two parts (Part I and part II) and shall be held at the end of each academic session of Classes XI and XII respectively under the programme of Distance Education, A.M.U., Aligarh. (a) No candidate shall be admitted to Part I Examination unless he/she passed Secondary School Certificate/High School Examination of this University or an examination recognized by this University as its equivalent. Candidates who have passed the Oriental Examination as listed in the Annexure and have also passed the High School/Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University in English only will also be eligible for admission to Part I Examination. The Senior Secondary School Certificate (Part I) Examination shall comprise the following subjects: Compulsory English Muslim Theology or history of Modern Civilization. Advanced Urdu for those who have passed High School or Secondary School Certificate Examination with Advanced Urdu. OR Elementary Urdu (Course A and Course B) for those who have passed High School or Secondary School Certificate Examination with Elementary Urdu/Urdu as a third language. OR Non-mother tongue Urdu for foreigners and for whose who come from Non-Hindi or NonUrdu speaking states. Provided that those who offer Urdu as one of the optional subjects will be required to offer Examination Persian/Elementary Hindi instead of the above mentioned above mentional course. Provided further that those who offer Persian as one of the optional subjects will be required to offer Elementary Hindi instead of the above mentioned courses. OR Indian History and Culture (for foreign students) BOptional Subjects: Any three subjects from the subjects approved by the Academic Council and offered by the Centre for Distance Education. Provided that combination of optional subjects shall be permitted as may be approved by the Centre for Distance Education from time to time. II- The Senior Secondary School Certificate (Part II) Examination shall comprise the following subjects only: (1) Compulsory English (2) Optional subjects offered in Part I.
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(2)

(b)

(3)

I-

(a) (b) (c)

EC dated 27.2.1999.

80 (4) The Centre for Distance Education will send well-prepared study material to all candidates by post in 2/3 installments. This instructional material will cover all the optional and compulsory subjects offered by the candidates. The Direction of the Centre for Distance Education may allow change of subjects within two months from the data of admission to Part I. No change of subjects will be allowed thereafter. The number of written papers as Part I and Part II Examination and the marks allotted to each of these papers and/or Viva-voce Examination in each subject shall be in accordance with those prescribed for the regular students. A candidate who passes in one or more of the subjects but fails in that examination as a whole, shall not be required to pass in those subjects again at at a subsequent examination. Provided further that such candidates shall be required to clear all the courses of Part I and Part II Examination within five academic sessions from the date of their admission. (8) For permission to appear at the Examination, every candidate shall fill in the prescribed examination form and submit the same alongwith the required documents and the prescribed fees to the Director, Centre for Distance Education by the specified date. A candidate whose examination form is found in order and has been accepted shall be issued a Hall Ticket. Admission to Examination Centre shall be allowed only to a candidate who presents the said Hall Ticket. The study material for the course and question papers for the Examination shall be set and answered in Urdu/English/Hindi Languages subject of the following conditions. (a) The study material for the course and question papers for the Examination shall be set and answered in the respective languages. (b) Candidates appearing at an Examination in a language other than those mentioned in Clause (a) above, may be asked to answer a part of the question papers in the language concerned. (11) To pass the Examination, a candidate must obtain at least 33% of marks in each subject except in Advanced Urdu or alternative in which the pass marks shall be 40%. A candidate who obtain 60% or more marks in the aggregate of all subjects at the Part II Examination, shall be placed in the First Division, A candidates who obtains less 60%, but not less than 45% shall be placed in the Second Division. A candidate who obtains less than 45% but not less than 33% shall be placed in the Third Division. A candidate, who obtain 75% or more marks in a subject shall be decleared to have obtained Distinction in that subject. A candidate who fails to appear at an Examination shall not be entitled to refund of examination fees paid by him/her. Provided that the Controller of Examination on the recommendation of the Director of the Centre may, for suffering reasons, permit such candidate to appear at the next years Examination without further payment of fees.

(5)

(6)

(7)

(9)

(10)

(12)

(13)

81 (14) A candidate who has passed the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination and wishes to improve his performance may be allowed to appear in one or more subject provided that: (i) The candidate has passed the SSSC Examination within five years from the date of his/her admission. (ii) The permission will be granted only once on the condition that the candidate has not joined any higher class in the meanwhile, and (iii) If the candidate fails to improve his/her performance in a subject or a paper, the marks awarded earlier in that subject or paper shall stand.

ANNEXURE LIST OF ORIENTAL EXAMINATION


Arabic: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. Maulvi (U.P., Punjab, Nagpur, Jammu & Kashmir) Al-Faqith (Jamia Saifia, Surat) Alimiat (Al-Jamiat-Us-Salafiah), Markazi Darul Uloom, Varanasi. Alim Examination (West Bengal, Madarsa Eduction Board, Calcutta). Fazil Examination, (Madaras and Muzahirul Uloom, Saharanpur). Munshi (U.P., Pubjab, Nagpur, Jammu & Kashmir) Prajna (Punjbab, Nagpur, Jammu & Kashmir) Prathama (Govt. Sanskrit College, Banaras) Adib (Jammu & Kashmir) Adib (Jamia Urdu, Aligarh) Alim (Jamia Diniyat-Urdu, Deoband) Ratna (Punjab, Jammu & Kashmir) Prathma (Hindi Sahitya Sammelan, Allahabad) Kovid Part II Departmental Examination, U.P. Proficieny in Hindi (Ratna Examination of Ajmer Board)

Persian:

Sanskrit:1. 2. Urdu: 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Hindi

Note:

This list is subject to reassessment and revisions.

82

CHAPTER XX (PRE-MEDICAL COURSE) DELETED*

E.C.Res. No. 2(para 18 of Appendix 1(b) dt. 16.3.1985.

83

CHAPTER XXI B.A. (HONS) & B.Sc. (HONS) (Effective from Academic Session 1985-86)
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1.

No candidate shall be eligible for the B.A. (Hons) or B.Sc. (Hons) degree unless he has passed not less than three years previously the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent and has undergone a regular course of study in the University for not less than three years. (i) The Examination for the B.A.(Hons) and B.Sc. (Hons) Degree shall be open to :(a) Candidates who have undergone a regular course of study in the University or in a College maintained by the University. (b) Private and Teacher candidates and ex-students as defined in Chapter XVII. (ii) The B.A, (Hons) and B.Sc. (Hons) Examination shall be held in three parts, namely, Part-I, Part-II and Part-III and subject to the provision of Clause 10 of this Chapter. No candidate shall be eligible to appear at the Part I Examination without one academic year having elapsed after his passing the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University or its equivalent; to appear at the Part II Examination, without having completed one academic year after fulfilling the prescribed requirements of the Part I Examination and to appear at the Part III Examination, without having completed one academic year after passing the Part II Examination.

2.

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3.

In order to be eligible for the award of B.A. (Hons) or B.Sc. (Hons) Degree, a candidate shall have to pass in the Examination in Compulsory Subjects and Optional (Main and Subsidiary) Subjects. (a) Compulsory Subjects : 1. 2. English Urdu or Hindi or any other Modern Indian Language or Indian History and Culture (last mentioned subject for foreign students) Muslim Theology (Sunni or Shia) or Ethics or Indian National Movement. (Deleted) 200 marks 100 marks 50 marks

3.

50 marks

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4.

Foundation Courses

Provided that:(i) Candidates who have taken English as the Main Subject may be allowed by the Chairman of the Department of English to take a Modern European Language in place of Compulsory English.

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E.C.Res.No. 25(8) dt. 30.8.86 and 27/28.9.1986. As per AC dated 8/9.5.2001& O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

84 (ii) In the category (2) of the compulsory subjects above, a candidate shall not be allowed to take the same language as he has studied at an advanced level at the Secondary/Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination. Optional Subjects: 1. Main Subject 2. Two subsidiary Subjects

(b)

800 marks 600 marks

Each subsidiary Subject shall carry 300 marks inclusive of practical wherever prescribed. The distribution of papers in compulsory and optional subjects (including the viva-voce) shall be as given in the Annexure. 4. The following may be taken as Main or Subsidiary subjects for the B.A. (Hons) or B.Sc. (Hons) degree :(A) For B.A. (Hons): 1. Applied Arts (Subsidiary only) (for Women candidates only) 2. Arabic 3. Economics 4. Education 5. English literature 6. Fine Arts 7. French (Subsidiary only) 8. Geography 9. German (Subsidiary only) 10. Hindi 11. History 12. Home Science (For Women candidates only) 13. Islamic Studies 14. Language Teaching & Translation (Subsidiary only) 15. Linguistics 16. Library Science (Subsidiary only) 17. Mathematics 18. Malayalam (Subsidiary only) 19. Military Science (Subsidiary only) 20. Persian 21. Philosophy 22. Political Science 23. Psychology 24. Russian (Subsidiary only) 25. Sanskrit 26. Sociology 27. Statistics 28. Tamil 29. Tourism 30. Telugu (Subsidiary only) 31. Turkish 32. Urdu 33. West Asian Studies 34. Womens Studies (Subsidiary Only)

O.M. No. XM/SPA/II-193 dated 22.25.10.2005.

85 (B) For B.Sc. (Hons.): 1. Biochemistry 2. Botany 3. Chemistry 4. Geography 5. Geology 6. Home Science (For Women Candidates only) 7. Industrial Chemistry (Subsidiary only) 8. Mathematics 9. Operational Research & Computer (Subsidiary only) 10. Physics 11. Psychology 12. Statistics 13. Zoology 14. Military Science (Subsidiary only) Within six weeks of the commencement of the Part II course, the Dean of the Faculty, on the recommendation of the Chairman of the Departments concerned, may allow a candidate to change his Main subject, but only if the new Main subject is one of his Subsidiary subjects as previously chosen; and upon the change being allowed, his previous Main subject would become a Subsidiary subject. The subjects and marks allotted to each subject inclusive of sessional work and/or practical examination and/or viva-voce examination shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Board of Studies of the Department and the Faculty concerned.

5.

6.

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7. (a)To pass the Examination, a candidate must obtain at least 30% of the marks in the individual papers/practicals (inclusive of sessional work) and 36% of the marks in the aggregate of all the papers, practicals, sessional work and viva-voce at all the three Parts of the B.A. (Hons.)/B.Sc. (Hons.) Examination combined. A candidate who has passed in individual Papers/Practicals but failed to obtain 36% of marks in aggregate for passing the Examination, may appear as an ex-student in subsequent Examination in one or more Papers/Practicals so as to be eligible for the award of Degree. Provided that the marks awarded to such candidate for sessional work during his regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent Examination. (b) A candidate who fails to obtain 30% of the marks in individual papers/practicals (inclusive of sessional work) may appear subsequently only at the examination prescribed for the paper or practical concerned. Provided that the marks awarded to such a candidate for sessional work during his regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent examination. Provided further that private candidates, as defined in Chapter XVII, shall be exempted from sessional work, and the marks obtained by such candidates in the written papers shall be raised proportionately to such a figure as shall bear the same ratio to the original marks as is borne by the maximum marks of the written paper together with those of sessional work to the maximum marks of the written paper only.

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O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

86 8. Successful candidates who obtain more than 50% of the aggregate of the marks in Compulsory English and the Optional Subjects and at least 50% in the Main Subject shall be awarded the B.A./B.Sc. (Honours) Degree. Of such candidates those who obtain 60% of the marks or more shall be placed in the first division; and the other in the second division. Candidates who pass the Examination but not qualify for the Honours Degree shall be awarded the B.A. or B.Sc. (Pass) Degree. Provided that if a candidate wishes to improve his performance, he may be allowed by the Dean of the Faculty concerned to repeat the Examination in one or more subjects of B.A./B.Sc. Part III only in order to have his marks revised upward in accordance with Clause 14 of Chapter XVII of these Ordinances. Candidate who obtains at least 30% marks in each of at least three-fourths of the papers and practicals (wherever prescribed) of his Main and Subsidiary Subjects (inclusive of sessionals) , and at least two-third of the papers of the Compulsory Subjects, in Part I shall be promoted to Part II; and a candidate studying in Part II who obtains at least 30% marks in each of atleast three-fourth of the papers and practicals (wherever prescribed) of his Optional Subjects (including sessionals) and at least two-third of the papers of the Compulsory Subjects of Part II shall be promoted to Part III. Candidates promoted to Part II in the manner aforesaid and appearing at Part II Examination shall appear in those papers and practicals, if any, of the Part I Examination in which they have failed. Sessional marks obtained in the respective papers at B.A./B.Sc. Part I shall be carried over. Provided that unless a candidate promoted to Part II passes the Part I Examination (inclusive of the Compulsory Subjects) shall not be eligible for promotion to Part III. For the purpose of this proviso, a candidate should be deemed to have passed if he obtained at least 30% of the marks in each of the papers (inclusive of sessional) and practicals (wherever prescribed) Provided further that if a candidate, who is a regular student, fails to pass in the minimum number of the papers and practicals as prescribed in the first paragraph of this Clause, though he has fulfilled the necessary attendance requirements, he shall cease to be a regular student. He may appear as an ex-student only in the paper or practical in which he has failed, at the next Annual Examination and subject to permission by the Academic Council, at any further subsequent Annual Examinations. Should a candidate who has thus ceased to be a regular student, pass the minimum number of papers for promotion to Part II or Part III, as the case may be, he shall register himself as a regular student for appearing at the Examination of the next higher Part. Provided further that a regular candidate, (a) who fails to fulfil the minimum attendance requirements, or (b) who having fulfilled the minimum attendance requirements, fails to pass in the papers required for promotion to the next higher part, applies for re-registration as a regular students shall have to fulfil the attendance requirement a new for all papers of the Part in which he is studying and notwithstanding the provisions of Clause 7(b), he shall again perform sessional work and practicals (any marks obtained in the preceding year being disregarded) and shall have to appear in all the papers at the next Examination of that Part. But no candidate shall be permitted to continue as a regular student for more than two years in any one Part of the B.A./B.Sc. (Hons.) Course. Provided further that in case a candidate fails to obtain the degree within five years of his admission he shall cease to be a regular student. He may be permitted to appear at the two immediately following Annual including Supplementary Examinations as an ex-student, but only if he has undergone a regular course of study in part III for one year.

9.

10.

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

87 If a private candidate fails to pass the Examination of any Part within three years of his becoming eligible to appear at it, his candidatures shall cease and he can appear at a subsequent Examination of that part only under the permission of the Academic Council but the total duration of his candidature for the whole course shall not exceed seven years from his date of registration. 11. There shall be only one Supplementary Examination following the annual Part III examination, which shall be open to those B.A. and B.Sc. students who were eligible to appear at, but have failed to pass the B.A./B.Sc. Part III Examination. The Supplementary Examination shall consist of B.A./B.Sc. Part III papers only and shall ordinarily be held no more than three months following the Annual Part III Examination. A candidate pursuing a regular course of study promoted to Part II or Part III, cannot simultaneously receive instruction or undertake sessional work in any paper or practical of the lower Part (i.e. Part I or Part II, as the case may be). Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances candidates who have passed the Adib-eKamil examination of the Jamia Urdu, Aligarh, or any other Oriental examination recognized by this University for this purpose and the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination in English only of this University, or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent (with English as one of the subjects), may be permitted to appear at the Examination in specially designed courses in English (Compulsory) and English Literature, for obtaining the certificate of having passed the B.A. Examination in English only. Provided that for such candidates the B.A. Examination in English (Compulsory) and English Literature shall be held in two Annual Parts. The Examination of the First Part shall be open to candidates who have passed at least one year previously the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University in English only or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent. The Second Examination shall be open to candidates who have passed the Examination at the first stage at least one year previously.
*

12.

13.

ANNEXURE
PART-II PART-III Marks 50 Subject --Comp. Viva M M M Paper --1 2+P 2+P 2+P Marks --50 150 150 150 500

PART-I Subject E L Th/Et/INM M S1 S2 Total: Paper 1 1 1 2+P 2+P 2+P Marks 50 Subject E

Paper 1

50* --50* ---150 M 2+P 150 150 S1 2+P 150 150 S2 2+P 150 500 500 *Not to be counted for the award of Division.

Abbreviations : E = English Et = Ethics F = Foundation Courses


*

On the basis of AC dated 8/9.5.2001.

88 INM= Indian National Movement L = Language (Urdu/Hindi/any other Modern Indian Language) M = Main subject S = Subsidiary subject P = Practical Th = Theology 1. Where practicals are not prescribed, each paper shall carry 60 marks for examinations and 15 for sessionals totaling 75. Where practicals are prescribed, each paper shall carry 40 marks for examination and 10 for sessionals totaling 50. The practical shall carry 50 marks. In part III, addition to the above, there shall be a comprehensive viva-voce carrying 50 marks. In Chemistry, in Part I and Part II (Main/Subsidiary) respectively, there will be three papers within the prescribed framework. In Fine Art, in Part I and part II (Main/Subsidiary) there shall be one theory and two practical papers, separately, each carrying 40 marks for examination and 10 marks for sessionals. In Part III, there shall be two theory papers and four practical papers, each carrying 60 examination marks and 15 marks for sessionals; and a comprehensive viva voce of 50 marks.

2.

3.

4.
*

5.

TRANSITORY ORDINANCES (Effective for Session 1985-86) (Deleted)**

**

E.C. Res. No. 63 (Appendix) dt. 21/22.2.87 & 27.3.87. O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

89

CHAPTER XXI (A)* BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS (B.F.A.)


1. No candidate shall be eligible for the B.F.A. Professional Degree unless he/she has passed not less than four years previously the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University or an examination recognized by this University as its equivalent with at least 50% marks in aggregate, and has undergone a regular course of study in the University for not less than four years. Provided that the admission to B.F. A course (Co-education) shall be based on a Departmental competitive test comprising such subjects as prescribed by the Board of Studies. 2. The Examination for the B.F.A. Degree shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of four years study in this University. The Examination for the B.F.A. shall be held in four parts, namely: B.F.A. I Year, B,.F.A. II Year, B.F.A. III year, and B.F.A. IV year and subject to the provision of Clause (6) of this Chapter. 3. In order to be eligible for the award of B.F.A. Degree, a candidate shall have to pass in the subjects as recommended by the Board of Studies and approved by the Faculty from time to time. The subjects and marks allotted to each paper/sessional work/practical examination and viva-voce examination shall also be recommended by the Board of Studies and approved by the Faculty.
**

4.

(a)

To pass the examination, a candidate must obtain at least 33% of the marks in the individual paper/practicals (inclusive of sessional work) and 36% of the marks in the aggregate of all the papers, practicals, sessional work and viva-voce at all the four years of B.F.A. Examinations combined. A candidate who has passed in individual Papers/Practicals but failed to obtain 36% of marks in aggregate for passing the Examination, may appear as an ex-student in subsequent Examination in one or more Papers/Practicals so as to be eligible for the award of Degree. Provided that the marks awarded to such candidate for sessional work during his/her regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent Examination. A candidate who fails to obtain 33% of the marks in individual papers/practicals (inclusive of sessional work) may appear Subsequently only at the Examination prescribed for the paper or practical concerned. Provided that the marks awarded to such a candidate for sessional work during his regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent Examination.

(b)

5.

A candidate, who obtains 60% or more marks in the aggregate of all subjects at the Final Year Examinations, shall be placed in the First Division,. A candidate, who obtains less than 60% of the marks but not less than 50% shall be placed in the Second Division. A candidate, who obtains less than 50% of the marks but not less than 36% shall be placed in the Third Division. A candidate, who obtains 75% or more marks in a subject, shall be declared to have obtained Distinction in that subject. The candidate who secures highest marks with First Division in B.F.A. will be placed in First Position in order of merit.

**

EC dated 31.7.2000. O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

90 Provided that if a candidate wishes to improve his/her performance, he/she may be allowed by the Dean of the Faculty concerned on the recommendation of the Chairman of the Department to repeat the Examination in one or more subjects of B.F.A. IV Year only in order to have his/her marks revised upward in accordance with Clause 14 of Chapter XVII of the Ordinances (Academic). 6. A candidate who obtains at least 33% marks in each of at least three-fourths of the papers and practicals (wherever prescribed) of his/her subjects (inclusive of sessionals) in B.F.A. I Year shall be promoted to II Year and a candidate studying in Part-II who obtains 33% marks in each of at least three-fourths of the papers and practicals (wherever prescribed) (including sessionals) shall be promoted to B.F.A. III Year. Candidate who has cleared all the papers/practicals, sessionals of I Year, II Year and three-fourths of the papers and practicals (wherever prescribed of his/her subjects) (inclusive of sessionals), in B.F.A. III Year, shall be promoted to B.F.A. IV Year. Provided further that a regular candidate, (a) who fails to fulfil the minimum attendance requirements, or (b) who having fulfilled the minimum attendance requirements fails to pass in the papers required for promotion to the next higher part, applies for re-registration as a regular student shall have to fulfil the attendance requirement a new for all papers of the year in which he/she is studying and notwithstanding the provisions of Clause 7, he/she shall again perform sessionals work and practicals (any marks obtained in the preceding year being disregarded) and shall appear in all the papers at the next Examination of that year. But no candidate shall be permitted to continue as a regular student for more than two years in any one class of the B.F.A. course. Provided further that if a regular student who fails to pass in the minimum number of the papers and practiclas as prescribed in the first paragraph of this Clause, though he/she has fulfilled the necessary attendance requirements, he/she shall cease to be a regular student. He/she may appear as an ex-student only in the papers or practicals in which he/she has failed, at the next annual examination. 7. Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, a candidate who fails to obtain the Degree within six years of his admission, he/she shall cease to be a regular student. He/she may be permitted to appear at the two immediately following Annual (including Supplementary) Examinations as an ex-student by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Chairman and the Dean of the Faculty concerned. There shall be only one Supplementary Examination following the Annual IV Year Examination, which shall be open to those B.F.A. students who were eligible to appear at, but have failed to pass the B.F.A. IV Year Theory Examination. A candidate pursuing a regular course of study, promoted to II Year, III Year, or IV Year cannot simultaneously receive instruction or undertake sessional work in any paper or practical of the lower Examination (i.e. I Year, II Year, or III Year as the case may be). The courses, the number of papers and the marks allotted to each practical and theory examination including sessional work shall be those as prescribed by the Board of Studies and approved by the Faculty. Academic Course:- In B.A. (Hons) Fine Art (for girl students only) in Part I and Part II (Main/Subsidiary) there shall be one theory and two practical papers, separately, each carrying 40 marks for examination and 10 marks for sessionals. In Part III there shall be two theory papers and four practical papers, each carrying 60 marks for examination and 15 marks for sessionals; and a Comprehensive Viva-voce of 50 marks.

8.

9.

10.

11.

91

CHAPTER XXI (B)* BACHELOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION (B.P.E.)


1. No candidate shall be eligible for Bachelor of Physical Education (B.P.E.) Degree unless he has passed not less than three years previously the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (10+2) of this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent and has undergone a regular course of study in the University for not less than three years. (i) The examination for B.P.E. Degree shall be open to: (a) Candidates who have undergone a regular course of study in the University. (b) This course shall not be open to private candidates. (ii) The B.P.E. Examination shall be held in three parts, namely Part-I, Part-II and Part-III and subject to the provision of Clause 10 of this Chapter. No candidate shall be eligible to appear at the Part-I Examination without one academic year having elapsed after his passing the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University or equivalent, to appear at the Pat-II Examination without having completed one academic year after fulfilling the prescribed requirements of the Part I Examination and to appear at the Part-III Examination without having completed one academic year after passing the Part II Examination.

2.

3.

In order to be eligible for the award of B.P.E. Degree, a candidate shall have to pass in the Examination in Compulsory Subjects and Physical Education Subjects.
**

(a) COMPULSORY SUBJECTS: (1) English (2) Urdu or Hindi or any other Modern Indian Language or Indian History & Culture (Last mentioned subject is for Foreign Students). Muslim Theology (Sunni or Shia) or Ethics or Indian National Movement. Foundation Courses (Deleted) Not counted for the award of Division.

(200 Marks) (100 marks) (50 Marks)

(3)

(50 Marks)

(4)

Provided that in the category (2) of the Compulsory Subjects above a candidate shall not be allowed to take the same language as he has studied at an advanced level at the Secondary/Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination. (b) PHYSICAL EDUCATION SUBJECTS: (1460 Marks) (including Compulsory English) The distribution of marks of Compulsory and Physical Education Subjects/Practicals (including the viva-voce) shall be as given in the Annexure.

**

E.C. dated 7.2.2001 & 13.3.2001. As per A.C. dated 8/9.5.2001 & O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

92 4. The subjects shall be assigned to the candidate in accordance with those prescribed by the Board of Studies of the Department of Physical Health & Sports Education and the Faculty concerned. Change of subject are not allowed in B.P.E. Degree course. The subjects and marks allotted to each subject inclusive of sessional marks and/or practical examination and / or viva-voce examination shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Board of studies of the Department and the Faculty concerned. (a) To pass the Examination, a candidate must obtain: (i) (ii) (iii)
*

5. 6.

7.

35% of the marks in the individual papers (inclusive of sessional work) 40% of the marks in each practical (inclusive of sessional work) 35% of the marks in the viva-voce examination and (deleted)

(iv)

(b)

A candidate who fails to obtain 35% marks in individual papers and 40% of the marks in practicals (inclusive of sessional work) may appear subsequently only at the examination prescribed for the paper or practical concerned. Provided that the marks awarded to such a candidate for sessional work during his regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent examination.

8.

Successful candidates who obtain more than 50% of the aggregate of the marks in Compulsory English and the Physical Education Subjects shall be awarded the B.P.E. (Honours) Degree. Such candidates who obtain 60% of the marks or more shall be placed in the First Division and the others in the Second Division. Candidates who pass the Examination but not qualify for the Honours Degree shall be awarded the B.P.E. (Pass) Degree. Provided that if a candidate wishes to improve his performance, he may be allowed by the Dean of the Faculty concerned to appear in the Examination in one or more subjects of B.P.E. Part-III only in order to have his marks revised upwards in accordance with Clause 14 of Chapter XVII of these Ordinances.

9.

* 10.

A candidate who obtains at least 35% marks in each of at least three-fourth of the papers; 40% marks in each of at least three-fourth of the practicals of the Physical Education Subjects (inclusive of sessionals) and at least half of the papers of the Compulsory Subjects, in Part-I shall be promoted to Part-II and a candidate studying in Part-II who obtains at least 35% marks in each of at least three-fourth of the papers of Physical Education and Compulsory Subjects and 40% of marks in each of the practicals of the Physical Education Subjects (including sessionals) shall be promoted to Part III. Candidates promoted to Part II in the manner aforesaid and appearing at Part-II Examination shall appear in those papers of the Part-I Examination in which they have failed. Sessional marks obtained in the respective papers at the B.P.E. Part I shall be carried over.

O.M. LD NO(C) / 1395 dated 28/2/2002.

93 Provided that unless a candidate promoted to Part-II passes the Part-I Examination (inclusive of the Compulsory Subjects), shall not be eligible for promotion to Part-III. For the purpose of this proviso a candidate would be deemed to have passed if he obtained at least 35% of the marks in each of the papers and 40% in each of the practicals (inclusive of sessionals). Provided further that if a candidate, who is a regular student, fails to pass in the minimum number of the papers and practicals as prescribed in the first paragraph of this Clause though he has fulfilled the necessary attendance requirements he shall cease to be a regular student. He may appear as an Ex-student only in the papers or practicals in which he has failed at the next Annual Examination and subject to permission by the Academic Council at any further subsequent Annual Examination. Should a candidate who has thus ceased to be a regular student pass the minimum number of papers for promotion to Part-II or Part-III as the case may be, he shall register himself as a regular student for appearing at the Examination of the next higher Part. Provided further that a regular candidate (a) who fails to fulfil the minimum attendance requirements or (b) who having fulfilled the minimum attendance requirements fails to pass in the papers and practicals required for promotion to the next higher Part, applies for re-registration as a regular student shall have to fulfil the attendance requirement anew for all papers of the Part in which he is studying and notwithstanding the provisions of Clause 7(b), he shall again perform sessional work and practicals (any marks obtained in the preceding year being disregarded). But no candidate shall be permitted to continue as a regular student for more than two years in any one part of the B.P.E. Course. Provided further that in case a candidate fails to obtain the Degree within five years of his admission, he shall cease o be a regular student. He may be permitted to appear at the two immediately following Annual (including Supplementary) Examinations as an Ex-student but only if he has undergone a regular course of study in Part-III for one year. 11. There shall be only one Supplementary Examination following the Annual Part-III Examination, which shall be open to the B.P.E. students who were eligible to appear at, but have failed to pass the B.P.E. Part-III Examination. The Supplementary Examination shall consist of B.P.E. Part-III papers only and shall ordinarily be held not more than three months following Part III Annual Examination. A candidate pursuing a regular course of study promoted to Part II or Part III, cannot simultaneously receive (instruction or undertake sessional work in any paper or practical of the lower part i.e. Part I or Part II, as the case may be.

12.

Encl: Annexure.

94

ANNEXURE B.P.E., PART-I Part-A (Written Papers)


S.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. Paper Name of subject English Urdu/Hindi Theology/INM Foundation Course-I *As per AC dated 8/9.5.2001 Sessional/Internal assessment Max. Exam. Marks 50 50 50 Deleted* Total Marks 50 50

Physical Education Subjects (Main)


1. 2. 3. 4. PE-101 PE-102 PE-103 PE-104 General Science Basic & Systemic Anatomy History of Physical Education Sports Sociology 15 15 15 15 50 50 50 50 65 65 65 65 260

Part-B, Practical Skills


1. 2. 3. 4. PE-1P1 PE-1P2 PE-1P3 PE-1P4 Track & Field Gymnastics Hockey Judo 10 10 10 10 30 30 30 30 40 40 40 40 160

Total = 050+260+160 = 470

95

B.P.E. PART II Part-A (Written Papers)


S.No. Paper Name of Subject Sessional/Internal Assessment Max. Exam. Marks 50 Deleted* Total Marks.

1. 2

English Foundation Course-II *As per AC dated 8/9.5.2001.

50 50

Physical Education Subject (Main)


1. PE-201 Physiology & Physiology of Exercise Kinesiology Sports Psychology Methods in Physical Education & Educational Methods 15 50 65

2. 3. 4.

PE-202 PE-203 PE-204

15 15 15

50 50 50

65 65 65

260

Part-B (Practical Skills)


1. 2. 3. 4. PE-2P1 PE-2P2 PE-2P3 PE-2P4 Yoga Football Basketball Badminton 10 10 10 10 30 30 30 30 40 40 40 40 160

Part-C
1 PE-2P5 Teaching Ability 4-Lesson Plan (for Sessional; 3-Best will be counted) Internal Evaluation One lesson Plan for final teaching ability assessment: External Evaluation. 10 35 45

45 Total: 050+260+160+045 = 515

96

B.P.E., PART-III Part-A (Written Papers)


S.No. 1. Paper PE-301 Name of Subject Management of Physical Education and Recreation Corrective Physical Education Health Education Test, Measurement and Evaluation Principles of Coaching (Specialization Paper) Sessional/Internal Assessment 15 Max. Exam. Marks 50 Total Marks 65

2. 3. 4. 5.

PE-302 PE-303 PE-304 PE-305

15 15 15 15

50 50 50 50

65 65 65 65

325

Part-B: Specialization
1. 2. PE-3P1 PE-3P2 Practical Skills Coaching Lessons (4-Lesson for Sessional; 3-best shall be counted) Internal Evaluation (One Lesson for final assessment) External Evaluation 10 10 40 40 50 50

100

1.

PE-3v.v. General Viva-Voce

50

50 50

Total = 325 + 100 + 050 = 475 Grand Total: 470 + 515 + 475 = 1460 (including Compulsory English)

97

Appendix A CHAPTER XXI(C) B.Sc. (HONS)/B.Sc. (Pass) in Home Science (from Academic Session 2003-2004) (For Women Candidates only)
1. No women candidate shall be eligible for the B.Sc. (Hons)/B.Sc. (Pass) in Home Science degree unless she has passed not less than three years previously the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination in Science subjects (any three of the subjects namely Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Home Science) of this university or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent and has undergone a regular course of study in the University for not less than three years. (i) (a) (b) (ii) The Examination for the B.Sc. (Hons)/B.Sc. (Pass) in Home Science degree shall be open to:Women candidates who have undergone a regular course of study in the University or in a College maintained by the University. Ex-students as defined in Chapter XVII. The B.Sc. (Hons)/B.Sc. (Pass) in Home Science Examination shall be held in three parts, namely Part-I, Part-II and Part-III and subject to the provisions of Clause 8 of this Chapter. No candidate shall be eligible to appear at the Part-I Examination without one academic year having elapsed after her passing the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University or its equivalent; to appear at the Part-II Examination, without having completed one academic year after fulfilling the prescribed requirements of the Part-I Examination and to appear at the Part III Examination without having completed one academic year after passing the part-II Examination.

2.

3.

In order to be eligible for the award of B.Sc. (Hons)/B.Sc. (Pass) in Home Science degree, a candidate shall be have to pass in the Examination in Compulsory as well in Main Subjects separately. (a) 1. 2. Compulsory Subjects: English Urdu or Hindi or any other Modern Indian Language or Indian History and Culture (last mentioned subject for foreign students) Muslim Theology (Sunni or Shia) or Ethics or Indian National Movement Main Subjects 200 marks 100 marks

50 marks 50 marks 1700 marks

3.

(b)

4.

TOTAL: 1800 marks The subjects and marks allotted to each subject (Theory Paper/Practical) inclusive of sessional work shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Board of Studies of the Department of Home Science and the Faculty concerned as per Annexture. (a) To pass the Examination, a candidate must obtain at least 30% of prescribed marks (inclusive of sessional marks) in each subject (Theory Paper/Practical) separately and 36% of the marks in the

5.

OM NO XM/PA/FNO 58(O)/1833 dated 3.9.2004. OM NO XM/SPA/FN-75/II-278 dated 27/28.3.2006.

98 A candidate who has passed in each subject (Theory Paper/Practical) but has failed to obtain 36% of the marks in aggregate for passing the Examination, may appear as an ex-student in subsequent examinations in one or more subjects (Theory Papers/Practicals) so as to be eligible for the award of Degree. Provided that the marks awarded to such candidate for sessional work during his regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent examination. (b) A candidate who fails to obtain 30% of the marks in individual subject (Theory Papers/Practicals) (inclusive of sessional work) may appear subsequently only at the examination prescribed for the subjects (Theory Papers/Practicals) concerned. Provided that the marks awarded to such a candidate for sessional work during his regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent examination. 6. Successful candidates who obtain more than 50% of the aggregate marks in Compulsory English and Main Subjects (Theory Papers/Practicals) shall be awarded the B.Sc. (Hons) in Home Science degree. Of such candidates those who obtain 60% of the aggregate marks or more shall be placed in the First Division; and the rest in the Second Division. Candidates who pass the Examination but do not qualify for the Honors Degree shall be awarded the B.Sc. (Pass) in Home Science degree. Provided that if a candidate wishes to improve her performance she may be allowed by the Dean of the Faculty concerned to repeat the Examination in one or more main subjects (Theory Papers/Practicals) of B.Sc. in Home Science Part-III only in order to have her marks revised upward in accordance with Clause 14 to Chapter XVII of the Ordinances (Academic). A candidate who obtain at least 30% marks in each of at least eight of the main subjects (Theory Paper/Practicals) including Compulsory English and at least one of the remaining Compulsory subjects of Part-I shall be promoted to Part-II; and a candidate who obtains at least 30% marks in each of atleast eight of the main subjects (Theory Papers and Practicals) including Compulsory English of Part-II shall be promoted to Part-III provided that she has cleared all the compulsory and main subjects of Part-I. Candidates promoted to Part-II or Part-III in the manner aforesaid and appearing at Part-II or Part-III Examination may appear in those subjects (Theory Papers/Practicals), of the Part-I or Part-II Examination in which they have failed. Sessional marks obtained earlier in the respective subjects at B.Sc. Part-I or Part-II as regular candidate shall be carried over. Provided further that if a regular candidate fails to pass in the minimum number of the subjects (Theory Papers/Practicals) as prescribed in the first paragraph of this Clause, though she has fulfilled the necessary attendance requirements, shall cease to be a regular student. She may however appear as an ex-student only in the subjects (Theory Papers/Practicals) in which she has failed, at the next subsequent annual examination and subject to permission by the Dean of the Faculty concerned. Should a candidate who has thus ceased to be a regular student, pass the minimum number of subjects for promotion to Part-II or Part-III, as the case may be, she shall register herself afresh as a regular student and for appearing at the examination of the next higher parts. Provided further that a regular candidate who fails to fulfil the minimum attendance requirements or who having fulfilled the minimum attendance requirements, fails to pass in the subjects (Theory Papers/Practicals) required for promotion to the next higher part, applies for re-registration as a regular student shall have to fulfil the attendance requirement afresh for all the subjects of the Part in which she is registered/enrolled and notwithstanding the provisions of Clause 5(b), she shall again perform sessional work and practicals (any marks obtained in the preceding year being disregarded) and shall have to appear in all the subjects (Theory Paper/Practicals) at the next examination of that Part. However, no candidate shall be permitted to continue as a regular student for more than two consecutive years in any one Part of the B.Sc. in Home Science degree programme.

7.

8.

99 Provided further that in case a candidate, fails to obtain the degree within five years of his admission, she shall cease to be a regular student. She may however, be permitted to appear at the two immediately following annual as well as supplementary examinations as an ex-student, but only if she has undergone a regular course of study in part-III for one year and has fulfilled the attendance requirements. 9. There shall be only one supplementary examination following the annual examination of Part-III, which shall be open to those candidates who were eligible to appear at, but have failed to pass the B.Sc. in Home Science Part-III Examination. The supplementary examination shall consist of main subjects (Theory Papers only) of B.Sc. in Home Science Part-III and shall ordinarily be held not later than three months following the annual part-III examination. A candidate pursuing a regular course of study after promotion to Part-II or Part-III, cannot simultaneously receive instruction or undertake sessional work in any subject (Theory Paper/Practical) of the lower Part (i.e. Part-I or Part-II, as the case may be).

10.

Annexure B.Sc. (Hons.)/B.Sc. (Pass) in Home Science (Revised)


Part I: (A) Compulsory Subjects i. ii. Sessional marks 10 __ Univ. Exam marks 40 50 Total marks 50 50**

(B)

Compulsory English I Urdu or Hindi or any other Modern Indian Language or Indian History & Culture (for foreign students only) iii. Muslim Theology (Sunni/Shia) __ or Ethics or Indian National Movement Main Subjects (Theory Papers and Practicals): i. Applied Physics 10 ii. Applied Chemistry 10 iii. Applied Biology 10 iv. Hygiene & Physiology 10 v. Economics 10 vi. Sociology 10 vii. Psychology 10 viii. Introduction to Home Science 20 ix. Practical (Applied Physics) __ x. Practical (Applied Chemistry) __ xi. Practical (Applied Biology) __ xii. Practical (Home Science) ____

50

50**

25 25 25 40 40 40 40 80 15 15 15 50

35 35 35 50 50 50 50 100 15* 15* 15* 50*

TOTAL: 550 Note: * Inclusive of Sessional Marks to be prescribed by the Department of Home Science Note: **A candidate must pass in all the prescribed subjects as per Clause (5) in these Ordinances (Academic) but Division shall be awarded on the basis of aggregate marks obtained in Compulsory English and all Main Subjects (Theory Papers and Practicals) of Part-I, II & III of the B.Sc. in Home Science degree programme.
OM NO XM/SPA/FN-75/11-278 dated 27/28.3.2006.

100 Part II (A) Compulsory Subjects i. (B) Compuslory English II Sessional marks 10 Univ. Exam marks 40 Total marks 50

Main Subjects (Theory Papers and Practicals): i. Human Development 15 ii. Extension and Communication 15 iii. Textile & Clothing 15 iv. Essentials of Human Nutrition 20 v. Essential of Resource Mangement 20 vi. Nutritionl Biochemistry 20 vii. Residenial Space Designing 20 viii. Human Development (Practical) __ ix. Extension Communication (Practical) __ x. Textile and Clothing (Practical) __ xi. Pratical (Essential of Human Nutrition) __ xii. Practical (Resource Management) __ xiii. Practical (Nutrition Biochemistry) __ xiv Practical (Residenial Space Designing) __ TOTAL:

60 60 60 80 80 80 80 25 25 25 50 50 50 50

75 75 75 100 100 100 100 25* 25* 25* 50* 50* 50* 50* 650

Note: A student will take either iv, vi, xi and xiii, OR v, vii, xii and xiv. Part III (B) Main Subjects (Theory Papers and Practicals) Sessional Univ. Exam marks marks i. Child Welfare in India 15 60 ii. Interior Decoration 20 80 iii. Work in Home 20 80 iv. Family Finance and Consumer Education 20 80 v. Food Science 20 80 vi. Nutrition for the family 20 80 vii. Community Nutrition 20 80 viii. Practical (Child Welfare in India) __ 25 ix. Practical (Food Science) __ 50 x. Practical (Nutrition for the Family) __ 50 xi. Practical (Community Nutrition) __ 50 xii. Practical (Family Finance and Consumer Education) 50 xiii. Practical (Work in Home) __ 50 xiv. Practical (Interior Decoration) __ 50 xv. Project __ 50 TOTAL: Total Marks (Part I) Total Marks (Part II) Total Marks (Part III) Aggregate of Marks: Note: : : : 50 (English) and 500 (Main Subjects) 50 (English) and 600 (Main Subjects) 600 (Main Subjects)

Total marks 75 100 100 100 100 100 100 25* 50* 50* 50* 50* 50* 50* 50* 600

1800 (For Awarding Division)

*Inclusive of sessional marks to be prescribed by the Department of Home Sciences.

101

CHAPTER XXI(D) B.A. (HONS.)/B.A. (PASS)


(Under Distance Education)

(Effective from Academic Session 2004-2005)


1. No candidate shall be eligible for the B.A (Hons.) degree unless he/she has passed not less than three years previously the Senior Secondary School Certificate (10+2) Examination of this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent. However, there is no age bar for admission to B.A. (Hons.) degree programme.

2. (i) The examination for B.A. (Hons.) degree shall be open to candidates who have undergone a course of study as prescribed by the Centre for Distance Education, of Aligarh Muslim University. (ii) The B.A. (Hons.) Examination shall be held in three parts, namely Part I, Part II and Part III. No candidate shall be eligible to appear at the Part I examination without one academic year having elapsed after having passed his/her Senior Secondary School Certificate examination of this University or its equivalent; to appear at the part II examination, without having completed at least one academic year after having appeared in Part I examination and fulfilling the requirements as prescribed by the Centre for Distance Education and to appear at Part III examination, without having completed at least one academic year after appearing in Part II examination and fulfilling the requirements as prescribed by the Centre for Distance Education of Aligarh Muslim University. 3. In order to be eligible for the award of B.A. (Hons.) degree, a candidate shall be have to pass in the examination in compulsory subjects and optional (Main and subsidiary) subjects). (a) 1. 2. Compulsory Subjects: English (E) Urdu or Hindi or any other Modern Indian Language or Indian History and Culture (L) (last mentioned subject is for foreign students) Muslim Theology (Sunni or Shia) or Ethics or Indian National Movement (Th/Et/INM) (200 Marks) (100 Marks)

(50 Marks) (50 Marks)

3.

Provided that: (i) Candidates who have taken English as the Main Subject may be allowed by the Chairman of the Department of English to take a Modern European Language in place of Compulsory English. In the Category(2) of the compulsory subjects above, a candidate shall not be allowed to take the same language as he/she has studied at an advanced level at the Secondary/Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination. Optional Subjects Main Subject (M) (800 Marks) Two Subsidiary Subjects (S1 and S2) (600 Marks) Each subsidiary subject shall carry 300 marks inclusive of practical wherever prescribed. The distribution of papers in Compulsory and Optional Subjects (including the viva-voce) shall be as given in the Annexure.

(ii)

(b) 1. 2.

O.M. No. XM/SPA/ II-196 dated 24/30.10.2005.

102 4. The following may be taken as Main or Subsidiary Subjects for the B.A. (Hons.) degree programme. 1. Arabic 2. Communicative English 3. Economics 4. Education 5. English Literature 6. Fine Arts 7. French (subsidiary only) 8. Geography 9. German (subsidiary only) 10. Hindi 11. History 12. Home Science (for women candidates only) 13. Islamic studies 14. Language Teaching & Translation (subsidiary only) 15. Linguistics 16. Library Science (subsidiary only) 17. Mathematics 18. Malayalam (subsidiary only) 19. Persian 20. Philosophy 21. Political Science 22. Psychology 23. Russian (subsidiary only) 24. Sanskrit 25. Sociology 26. Statistics 27. Tamil 28. Tourism (subsidiary only) 29. Telugu 30. Urdu 31. West Asian Studies The Centre for Distance Education will send well-prepared study material to all candidates by post in 2/3 instalments. This instructional material will cover all the optional (main and subsidiary) and compulsory subjects offered by the candidate. Within two months of the announcement of results of B.A. Part-I, a candidate may be allowed by the Director Centre for Distance Education to change his/her main subject, but only if the new main subject is one of his/her subsidiary subjects as previously chosen; and upon the change being allowed, his/her previous main subject would become a subsidiary subject. The subjects and marks allotted to each subject inclusive of sessional work (prescribed by the Centre) and/or practical examination and/or viva-voce examination shall be in accordance with those prescribed for regular students. Practicals will be held at designated institutions for which schedule will be provided by the Study Centre. Attendance at practicals is compulsory. Candidates (wherever applicable), shall not be given permission to appear at the examination in a subject for which practical examination is also prescribed unless the Director is satisfied that they have done Practical Work satisfactorily at a suitable place prescribed by the Centre.

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8.

103 9. For permission to appear at the examination, every candidate shall fill in the prescribed examination form and submit the same alongwith the required documents and the prescribed fees to the Director, Centre for Distance Education by the specified date. A candidate whose examination form is found in order and has been accepted shall be issued a Hall Ticket. Admission to Examination Centre shall be allowed only to a candidate who presents the Hall Tickets, issued to the candidate. The study material for the course/subject and question papers for the examination shall be set and answered in Urdu/English/Hindi languages subject to the following conditions: (a) The study material and the question papers for examination in English/Hindi/Urdu language course/subject shall be set and answered in the respective languages. (b) Candidates appearing at an examination in a language other than those mentioned in clause(a) above, may be asked to answer a part of question papers in the language concerned. (a) To pass the examination, a candidate must obtain at least 30% of the marks in the individual theory (written) paper/course/subject (inclusive of sessional work & practical, if any, prescribed by the Centre and 36% of the marks in the aggregate of all theory (written) papers, practicals and viva-voce (inclusive of sessional marks) of B.A. degree programme. A candidate who fails to obtain 36% of aggregate marks for passing B.A. examination may appear in subsequent examination in one or more theory (written) papers and/or practical examination;

10.

11.

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(b)

Provided that the marks awarded earlier to such candidates for sessional work shall be taken into account at subsequent examination. (c) A candidate shall be entitled to grace marks(GM) for passing and discretionary marks (DM) for improvement of Division as per University rules approved by A.C. in this behalf. (d) A candidate who has passed in one or more of the courses but fails in that examination as a whole shall not be required to pass in those courses again at a subsequent examination; Provided that the marks awarded to such a candidate for sessional work prescribed by the Centre shall be taken into account at the subsequent examination; Provided further that, such candidates shall be required to clear all the courses/subjects including Viva-Voce examination of B.A. (Hons.) degree programme within eight academic sessions from the date of their admission (with a minimum duration of three years from the date of their admission). 13. Successful candidates who obtain more than 50% of the aggregate of the marks in compulsory English and the Optional subjects and at least 50% in the main subjects shall be awarded B.A. (Hons.) degree. Of such candidates those who obtain 60% of the marks or more shall be placed in the first division; and the others in the second division. A candidate who obtain 75% or marks in a subject shall be declared to have obtained distinction in that subject. For the purpose of awarding Division, the aggregate marks obtained by the candidates in Compulsory English (100 marks), Main Subject (800 marks) and two Subsidiary Subjects (600 marks) shall be counted. Candidates who pass the examination but not qualify for the Honors degree shall be awarded B.A. (Pass) degree.

14.

104 Provided that if a candidate wishes to improve his/her performance, he/she may be allowed by the Director, Centre for Distance Education to repeat the examination in one or more subjects in order to have his/her marks revised upward, provided that:(i) (ii) (iii) the candidate has passed the B.A. Examination within eight years from the date of his/her admission. the permission will be granted only once on the condition that the candidate is not pursuing or undergoing any higher course in the meanwhile; and if the candidate fails to improve his/her performance in a subject or course or a paper, the marks awarded earlier in the subject or course or paper will stand.

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Candidates who are not satisfied with the evaluation of their answer scripts of the University examination of theory (written) papers only, may apply to the Director of Distance Education Centre for re-evaluation in accordance with the rules laid down by the University in this behalf.

ANNEXURE

Part I

Part II

Part III

Subject E L Th/Et/INM M

Paper 1 1 1 2+P

Marks 50 50 50 150

Subject E

Paper 1

Marks 50

Subject

Paper

Marks

2+P

150

S1 S2 Total

2+P 5+P

150 150 600

S1 S2

2+P 2+P

150 150 500

Comprehensive Viva-Voce M 2+p M 2+P M 2+P

50 150 150 150 500

(i)

For subjects in which there is no practical, the marks allotted to each theory (written) paper shall be 75 each (inclusive of sessionals). For subjects in which practical work is prescribed, the marks allotted to theory (written) papers and practical examination shall be 60, 60 and 30 (inclusive of sessionals) respectively.

(ii)

105
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CHAPTER XXII B.Com. (Hons.)

1.

No candidate shall be eligible for the B.Com. (Hons.) Degree unless he has passed not less than three years previously the Senior Secondary School Certificate (Commerce) Examination of this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent and has undergone a regular course of study in the University for not less than three years. (i) The Examination for the B.Com. (Hons.) Degree shall be open to : (a) candidates who have undergone a regular course of study in the University or in a College maintained by the University. (b) private and teacher candidates and ex-students as defined in Chapter XVII. (ii) The B.Com. (Hons.) Examination shall be held in three parts, namely Part I, Part II and part III and subject to the provision of Clause 10 of this Chapter, no candidate shall be eligible to appear at the Part I Examination without one academic year having elapsed after his passing the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University or its equivalent; to appear at the Part II Examination without having completed one academic year after fulfilling the prescribed requirements of the Part I Examination and to appear at the Part III Examination, without having completed one academic year after passing the Part II Examination.

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3.

In order to be eligible for the award of B.Com. (Hons.) Degree, a candidate shall have to pass in the Examinations in Compulsory Subjects and Commerce Subjects. ** (a) Compulsory Subjects: 200 marks 1. English 2. Urdu or Hindi or any other Modern Indian Language or Indian History and Culture (last mentioned subject for Foreign Students). 3. Muslim Theology (Sunni or Shia) or Ethics or Indian National Movement.
**4.

100 marks 50 marks

50 marks

Foundation Courses (Deleted) Not to be counted for the award of Division

Provided that in the category (2) of the Compulsory Subjects above, a candidate shall not be allowed to take the same language as he has studied at an advanced level at the Secondary/Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination. (b) Commerce Subjects 1550 marks The distribution of papers in Compulsory and Commerce Subjects shall be as given in the Annexure.

**

E.C. Res. No. 25(9) dt. 30.8.86 and 27/28.9.86. A.C. dated 8/9.5.2001.

106 4. The Commerce Subjects and the Compulsory Subjects shall be taken by a regular or private candidate in accordance with those prescribed by the Board of Studies of the Department of Commerce and the Faculty of Commerce. The subjects and marks allotted to each subject including sessional work and/viva voce examination, shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Board of Studies of the Department of Commerce and the Faculty of Commerce. To pass the Examination, a candidate must obtain at least 30% of the marks in the individual papers (inclusive of sessional work) and 36% of the marks in the aggregate of all the papers, sessional work and viva-voce at all the three parts of the B.Com. Examination combined. A candidate who has passed in individual Papers/Practicals but failed to obtain 36% of marks in aggregate for passing the Examination, may appear as an ex-student in subsequent Examination in one or more Papers/Practicals so as to be eligible for the award of Degree. Provided that the marks awarded to such candidate for sessional work during his regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent Examination. 7. A candidate who fails to obtain 30% of the marks in individual papers (inclusive of sessional work) may appear subsequently only at the Examination prescribed for the paper concerned. Provided that the marks awarded to such a candidate for sessional during his regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent Examination. Provided further that private candidates, as defined in Chapter XVII, shall be exempted from sessional work, and the marks obtained by such candidates in the written papers shall be raised proportionately to such a figure as shall bear the same ratio to the original marks as is borne by the maximum marks of the written paper together with those of sessional work to the maximum marks of the written paper only. Provided further that Private candidate shall be required to undertake 90 days Computer Training (45 days each in two academic sessions) related to his/her degree programme in lieu of lab. courses to be prescribed for regular students, at the Department or Computer Centre/Institute recognised by the Faculty of Commerce University. Private candidates shall submit a certificate issued by the Department or Computer Centre/Institute after successful completion of Computer Trainings, as an essential requirement for the award of B.Com. degree. 8. Successful candidates who obtain more than 50% of the aggregate of the marks in Compulsory English and Commerce Subjects shall be awarded the B.Com. (Honours) Degree. Of such candidates those who obtain 60% of the marks or more shall be placed in the First Division, and the others in the Second Division. Candidates who pass the Examination but do not qualify for the Honours Degree shall be awarded the B.Com.(Pass) Degree. Provided that if a candidate wishes to improve his performance, he may be allowed by the Dean of the Faculty of Commerce to repeat the Examination in one or more papers of B.Com. Part-III only in order to have his marks revised upward in accordance with Clause 14 of Chapter XVII of these Ordinances.
O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005. O.M. No. XM/SPA/FN75/II-433 dated 09/13.11.2006.

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107 10. A candidate who obtains at least 30% marks in each of at least three-fourths of the papers of the Commerce Subjects (inclusive of sessionals) and at least two-third of the papers of the Compulsory Subjects in Part-I shall be promoted to Part-II; and a candidate studying in Part-II who obtains at least 30% marks in each of at least three-fourths of the papers of the Commerce Subjects (inclusive of sessionals) and at least two-third of the papers of the Compulsory Subjects of that Part shall be promoted to Part-III. Candidates promoted to Part-II in the manner aforesaid and appearing at Part-II Examination shall appear in those papers of the Part-I Examination in which they have failed. Sessional marks obtained in the respective papers at the B.Com Part-I shall be carried over. Provided that unless a candidate promoted to Part-II passes the Part-I Examination (inclusive of the Compulsory Subjects), he shall not be eligible for promotion to Part-III For the purpose of this proviso, a candidate would be deemed to have passed if he obtains at least 30% of the marks in each of the papers (inclusive sessionals). Provided further that if a candidate, who is a regular student fails to pass in the minimum number of the papers as prescribed in the first paragraph of this Clause, though he has fulfilled the necessary attendance requirements, he shall cease to be a regular student. He may appear as an ex-student only in the paper in which he has failed, at the next Annual Examination and subject to permission by the Academic Council, at any further subsequent Annual Examination. Should a candidate who has thus ceased to be a regular student, passes the minimum number of papers for promotion to part-II or Part-III, as the case may be, he shall register himself as a regular student for appearing at the Examination of the next higher part. Provided further that a candidate (a) who fails to fulfil the minimum attendance requirements or (b) who having fulfilled the minimum attendance requirements, fails to pass in the papers required for promotion to the next higher Part, applied for re-registration as a regular student, shall have to fulfil the attendance requirements a new for all papers of the Part in which he is studying and notwithstanding the provisions of Clause 7, he shall again perform sessional work (any marks obtained in the preceding year being disregarded) and shall have to appear in all the papers at the next Examination of that Part (all marks obtained at the preceding examinations being disregarded). But no candidate shall be permitted to continue as a regular student for more than two years in any one Part of the B.Com. (Hons.) Course. Provided further that in case, a candidate fails to obtain the Degree within five years of his admission, he shall cease to be a regular student. He may be permitted to appear at the two immediately following Annual (including Supplementary) Examinations as ex-student, but only if he has undergone a regular course of study in Part- III for one year. If a private candidate fails to pass the Examination of any Part within three years of his becoming eligible to appear at it, his candidature shall cease and he can appear at a subsequent Examination of that Part only under the permission of the Academic Council but the total duration of his candidature for the whole Course shall not exceed seven years from his date of registration. 11. There shall be only one Supplementary Examination following the Annual Part III Examination, which shall be open to those B.Com. students who were eligible to appear at but have failed to pass the B.Com. Part III Examination. The Supplementary Examination shall consist of B.Com Part III papers only and shall ordinarily be held not more than three months following the Annual Part III Examination. A candidate pursuing a regular course of study promoted to Part II or Part III, cannot simultaneously receive instruction or undertake sessional work in any paper of the lower part (i.e . Part I or Part II, as the case may be).

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ANNEXURE A. COMPULSORY SUBJECTS:


Subject E L Th/Et/INM Total: Abbreviations: E = English Et = Ethics F = Foundation Courses INM = Indian National Movement L =Language (Urdu/Hindi/any other Modern Indian Language) Th = Theology. B. COMMERCE SUBJECTS: Part-I Papers 4 Marks 400 Part-II Papers Marks 5 500 Part-III Papers Marks 6 600 Comprehensive Viva-voce 50 Part-I Paper 1 1 1 Marks 50 50 50 150 Subject E --Part-II Paper 1 --Marks 50 --50

Grand Total (Part I + Part II + Part III) = 1550 Grand Total (Part I+Part II+Part III including 100 marks for Compulsory English) for awarding division = 1650. 1. Each Commerce Subject shall carry 80 marks for Examination and 20 marks for sessional work, totaling 100. In Part III, in addition to the above, there shall be a Comprehensive Viva-voce carrying 50 marks.
*

2.

TRANSITORY ORDINANCES (Effective from session 1985-86)


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(deleted)

* On the basis of AC dated 8/9.5.2001.


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109

CHAPTER XXIII (M.A., M.Sc. & M.Com.)


1.

No candidate shall be eligible for the Masters Degree unless he has obtained not less than two years previously the B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. (Hons) or (Pass) Degree of three years duration (under the 10+2+3 system) or passed the D.B.A./D.S.W. Examination of this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent and has undergone a regular course of study in the University for not less than two years. Provided that candidates who have obtained the B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. Degree either under the 10+1+3 or 10+2+2 system of education shall be required to undergo a Pre-Masters Course (Bridge Course) of one year duration, as regular candidates, in the concerned subject for being eligible for admission to the M.A./M.Sc./M.Com. Course. Provided further that : (a) candidates who have already passed the M.Ed. Examination not less than one year previously and have undergone a regular course of study in this University for not less than one year may also be considered eligible for the Degree of Master of Arts in Education. private candidates as defined in Chapter XVII shall not be required to undergo a regular course of study. However, the candidates possessing a Bachelors Degree under the 10+1+3 or 10+2+2 system of education shall be required to pass the examination for the Pre-Masters Course (Bridge course) in the concerned subject as Private Candidates before being permitted to appear in the M.A./M.Sc./M.Com. (Previous) Examination. candidates who have passed the Adib-e-Kamil Examination of Jamia Urdu, Aligarh or any other Oriental Examination recognized as its equivalent by the University and B.A. Examination in English only from this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent may appear at the Pre-Masters Course (Bridge Course) Examination in the subject of the Oriental Examination in which the candidates may have passed, or in English either as regular students or as private candidates, as defined in Chapter XVII. Provided that candidates passing the Pre-Masters Course (Bridge Course) Examination may appear at the corresponding M.A. Examination either as a regular student or as a private candidate, as the case may be, as provided in Chapter XVII of these Ordinances. (d) the M.Com. Examination shall be open only to candidates who have passed the B.Com. (Hons.), B.Com. (Pass), D.B.A. or D.S.W. Examination of this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent.

(b)

(c)

2.

The examination for the M.A., M.Sc. and M.Com. Degree shall consists of two parts, namely, Previous and Final, each of which shall be held annually and shall be open to :(a) (b) candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for the Previous or Final Examination, as the case may be, for one academic year in the University; private candidates or ex-students, as defined in Chapter XVII.

E.C. Res. No.24(23) dt. 18/19/20.2.1984. O.M. No.XM/AC-IV/1416 dt. 24.4.1989.

110 Provided that, subject to the provisions of Clause 8 of this Chapter, no candidate shall be eligible to appear at the Final Examination without one academic year having elapsed after his passing the Previous Examination or promotion to the Final Year class, as the case may be.* 3. (i) In order to be eligible for the award of the M.A./M.Sc./M.Com. Degree, a candidate shall have to pass in the Examination in each paper/practical (inclusive of sessional work) and also in the viva-voce examination, wherever prescribed, to be held along with the Final Year Examination.

Provided that the Academic Council may prescribe viva-voce and/or practical examination in a subject in addition to the prescribed papers. (ii) (a) Candidates may offer one of the following subjects for the Masters Degree:A. For M.A.: 1. Arabic 2. Economics 3. Education 4. English Literature 5. Hindi 6. History 7. Islamic Studies 8. Linguistics 9. Persian 10. Philosophy 11. Psychology 12. Political Science 13. Sanskrit 14. Sociology 15. Urdu 16. Geography 17. Mathematics 18. Statistics 19. Public Administration 20. West Asian Studies *21. Malayalam ** 22. English Language Teaching (ELT) ** 23. Human Rights ** 24. Bengali ** 25. Tamil ** 26. Telugu B. For M.Sc. : 1. Biochemistry 2. Botany 3. Chemistry 4. Geography

*O.M. No.XM/AC-IV/1416 dated 24.4.1989.


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111 5. Applied Geology 6. Mathematics 7. Physics 8. Psychology 9. Statistics 10. Zoology 11. Operation Research 12. Biotechnology 13. Agriculture 14. Wild life Science 15. Home Science ** 16. Industrial Chemistry C. For M.Com: 1. Commerce Provided that a candidate may be permitted to take a number of papers in one or more allied subjects in accordance with the decisions of the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Department and the Faculty concerned.
*

Provided further that the candidates offering Statistics or Operation Research, having the same eligibility criteria for admission and the same set of courses, may be permitted after successful completion of M.Sc. (Previous) to change over from Statistics to Operation Research and vice-versa subject to the condition that such change over will not be for more than 20% of the total students of both the subjects promoted to M.Sc. (Final). (ii)(b) The papers shall be taken by a regular or private candidate with the approval of the Department concerned. Provided that in addition to viva-voce and/or practical examination, wherever prescribed there shall be at least 8 papers, but not exceeding 10,carrying 100 marks each, as may be prescribed by the Academic Council from time to time. Provided further that papers may be prescribed carrying 50 marks each, subject to the maximum marks carried by such papers not exceeding 25% of the total of marks carried by all the papers of the Previous and Final Examinations. (ii)(c) Notwithstanding any of the above provisions, there shall be in the Faculty of Science 8 to 12 papers and practicals and/or project and/or field work and/or seminar and/or dissertation and/or viva-voce carrying 1000 to 1600 marks to be spread over two years (Previous and Final). Provided that the total marks allotted to practicals etc., shall not exceed one third of the aggregate of marks. Provided further that there may be a laboratory course for M.Sc. Examination carrying a maximum of 150 marks, wherever prescribed.
*

E.C. dated 21.2.98. E.C. Res. No. 24(48) dt. 18/19/20 Feb. 1984. E.C. Res. No. 15(8) dt. 26.10.85. E.C. dated 27.2.99. ** E.C. dated 9.3.2000. E.C. dated 30.11.95/16-17.12.95/6.4.96.

112 4. The allocation of marks for each paper shall be as follows: Written Examination 75 marks (for M.Sc. 80 marks) 38 marks (for M.Sc. 40 marks) 5. Sessional Work 25 marks (for M.Sc. 20 marks) 12 marks (for M.Sc. 10 marks)

The course, the number of papers and the marks allotted to each paper, including sessional work and/or practical examination and/or viva-voce examination and/or seminars and/or projects and/or dissertation shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Board of Studies of the Department and the Faculty concerned. To pass the examination, a candidate must obtain: (i) 30% of the marks in each practical examination, where prescribed (inclusive of sessional work): 30% (for M.Com. 36%) of the marks in viva-voce examination, seminars/projects/ dissertation. 30% (for M.Com. 36% of the marks in each paper (inclusive of sessional work); and 36% (for M.Com. 40% of the aggregate marks of the Previous and Final Examinations taken together.

6.

(ii)

(iii) (iv)

EXPLANATION: Sessional work in each paper shall be based on tutorial assignments and/or class tests, unless otherwise provided for by the Academic Council or the Faculty concerned. Provided that:(a) private candidates, as defined in clauses 3 and 4 of Chapter XVII and ex-students as defined in Clause 5(c) of Chapter XVII shall be exempted from sessional work and they shall be required to obtain at least 30% (for M.Com. 36%) of the marks allotted to each paper. The marks received by such candidates shall be raised to such a figure as shall bear the same ratio to the original marks of the written paper together with those of sessional work to the maximum marks of the written paper only. (b) a candidate who fails to obtain the required percentage of marks in the aggregate for passing the Masters Examination, may appear as an ex-student in subsequent Examination in one or more papers and practical only.

Provided that the marks awarded to such candidate for sessional work during his regular courses of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent Examination. Provided further that, subject to provisions of Clause 8, a regular candidate who fails to obtain the required minimum marks in any paper/practical at the Previous and Final Examination may appear in that paper/practical only at any subsequent Examination. (c) A candidate shall be deemed to have passed the Previous Examination for purposes of Clauses 2 and 8 of this Chapter, if he has passed in all individual papers and practicals comprising that Examination as required under this Clause.

113 7. A candidate who obtains 60 per cent of the aggregate marks or more, shall be placed in the First Division. One who obtains less than 60 per cent, but not less than 48 per cent of the marks, shall be placed in the Second Division; one who obtains less than 48 per cent, but not less than 36 per cent (for M.Com. 40 per cent) of the marks shall be placed in the Third Division. Provided that if a candidate wishes to improve his performance, he may be allowed by the Dean of the Faculty concerned to repeat the Examination in one or more papers after passing the complete Examination in accordance with Clause 14 of Chapter XVII of these Ordinances. Provided further that the Division shall be awarded to such candidates for the M.A. Degree in Education, who have already passed the M.Ed. Examination, on the basis of the aggregate of marks obtained by them at the M.Ed. and the M.A. in Education Examination. A candidate who passes in at least 50 per cent of the papers and practicals (if prescribed) taken together at the Previous Examination, shall be eligible for promotion to the Final Class, or in the case of private candidates, shall be eligible to appear at the Final Examination of the following year. Provided that no candidate shall be allowed to stay for more than two academic years of regular study for either the Previous or the Final Examination. If he fails to pass 50 per cent of the papers and practicals of the Previous Examination within the said period of two years, he shall, if regular candidate, cease to be a regular student. However, he may appear as an ex-student in the paper or practical in which he has failed, at the next Annual Examination; but for appearing at such a paper or practical more than two years after the Examination in which he was first due to appear, he shall require permission by the Academic Council. Should a candidate who has ceased to be a regular student upon failing to pass the Previous Examination within the said period of two years, passes that Examination subsequently, he shall register himself as a regular student for appearing at the Final Examination. He shall similarly cease to be a regular student if he fails to pass the Masters Examination within two years of his joining the Final Year Class. In no case shall a candidate be permitted to spend more than four years as a regular student for the completion of the requirements for the Degree; after four years of his admission, he may be permitted to appear as an ex-student only. A private candidate who fails to pass the Masters examination within four years of becoming eligible for it, can appear at a subsequent Examination only by permission of the Academic Council or subject to rules for the purpose framed by it. EXPLANATION: In cases where the total number of papers and practicals of the Previous Examination happens to be an odd number, the total number of papers and practicals that the candidate has to pass in or the purpose only for promotion to the Final class or eligibility to appear at the Final Examination of the following year, shall be deemed to be 50 per cent of the number next lower to the said total. 9. (a) A candidate pursuing a regular course of study, promoted to the Final Class cannot receive instruction or undertake sessional work in any paper or practical of the Previous Class.

8.

(c) A regular candidate who is eligible to be promoted to the Final Class, but has not passed in all the papers and practicals of the Previous Class may be permitted on his own application to continue in the Previous Class, for the purpose of receiving instruction and undertaking sessional work in the paper in which he has failed, however, subject to the restrictions imposed on his continuance in that class by Clause 8 of this Chapter. He shall, in this case, not be eligible to receive instruction in, undertake sessional work, or appear at the Examination of any paper or practical of the Final Examination.

114 Transitory Ordinances to Chapter XXIII (effective from Academic Session, 1988-89)
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115

CHAPTER XXIII(A)*
M.Sc. (Agriculture) Plant Protection, M.Sc. (Agriculture) Agricultural Micro biology, Master of Agricultural Economics and Business Management and M.Tech. in Agricultural Processes and Food Engineering. (Semester System) 1. No candidate shall be eligible for the Masters Degree unless he has obtained not less than two years previously the B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. (Hons), B.Sc. (Agr.) Degree of this University or an Examination recognized by the University as its equivalent and has undergone a regular course of study in the University for not less than two years (four Semesters). The Examination for M.Sc. (Agriculture) Plant Protection, M.Sc. (Agriculture) Agricultural Microbiology, Master of Agricultural Economics and Business Management and M.Tech. in Agricultural Process and Food Engineering Courses shall be open to : (a) candidates who have undergone a regular course of study in the University or in an Institution maintained by or admitted to the privileges of the University. ex-students as defined in Chapter XVII of the Ordinances (Academic).

**2.

(b) 3.

In order to be eligible for the award of the Masters Degree, a candidate shall have to pass in Sessional Work and Semester Examination so as to accumulate 64 credits. Provided that the Academic Council may prescribe Viva-Voce Examination in a subject in addition to the credits mentioned above and where such an examination is provided, a candidate shall have to obtain at least 40% of the marks allotted to the Examination.

**4.

The Courses (the number of credits) and marks to each course including Seasonal Work and/or Practical Examination and/or Viva-Voce Examination and/or Seminars and/or Projects and/or Dissertations and/or Training shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Board of Studies of the Departments of the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences. (a) The pattern of examination shall be continuous evaluation consisting of Sessional Tests and Semester Examination at the end of each Semester. The Courses shall carry 4, 3, or 2 credits. The weightage on each credit of course shall be of 25 marks, out of these total (maximum marks) the weightage on sessional and semester examination shall be as follows: 4 credit course MM 100, Sessionals 30, Examination 70. 3 credit course MM 75, Sessionals 25, Examination 50. 2 credit course MM 50, Sessionals 15, Examination 35. In laboratory course 30% of the marks shall be prescribed for Sessional Work and 70% for the Practical Examination at the end of the semester. The written examination shall comprise of one paper of two hours duration in each course except for Practical Examination for which the duration of the Examination may be four hours. There is a provision of an Educational Tour.

5.

E.C. dated 30.11.95/16-17.12.95/6.4.96. O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

116 (b) To pass in a course and obtain the credits assigned to it, a candidate must obtain at least 40% of the marks in theory papers as well as in the sessional work and at least 40% of the aggregate marks in Sessional Work and Written and/or Practical and/or Viva-Voce Examinations and/or Seminars and/or Projects and/or Dissertations. A candidate, who fails to obtain 40% of the aggregate marks but has passed in sessional work may appear subsequently only at the Semester Examination for that course as an ex-student to obtain the credits for it. Provided that the marks awarded to such a candidate for sessional work during the regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent Examination. In case, a candidate could not obtain 40% marks in the sessionals, he/she shall have to re-appear in the sessionals as well as written examination. 6. Candidates who accumulate the requisite number of credits mentioned in Clause 3 above or more and who obtain 60% of the aggregate marks or more shall be placed in the First Division; those who obtain less than 60% but not less than 50% shall be placed in the Second Division. Those who obtain less than 50% but not less than 40% shall be placed in the Third Division. Provided that if a regular candidate for the M.Sc. (Agriculture) Plant Protection, or M.Sc. (Agriculture) Microbiology or Master of Agricultural Economics and Business Management or M.Tech. in Agricultural Processes and Food Technology Examination is placed in the Third Division, he may appear at the Semester Examination concerned in all or some of the courses, at which he has already appeared in order to have his marks revised upwards, not later than one year after the declaration of the result, in accordance with Clause 14 Chapter XVII of the Ordinances (Academic).
**7.

(c)

If a candidate fails to accumulate the requisite credits after having studied as a regular candidate for four semesters, he may be allowed by the Dean Faculty of Agricultural Sciences on the recommendations of the Chairman of the Department concerned, to study for not more than four additional semesters immediately following. A candidate who fails to accumulate the requisite credits within eight semesters after his admission, shall not be allowed to take further courses for the Degree without the permission of the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Chairman of the Department concerned and the Dean Faculty of Agricultural Sciences

**8.

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

117
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CHAPTER XXIII(B)

M.Sc. IN BIOTECHNOLOGY (SEMESTER SYSTEM)


1. No candidate shall be eligible for the Masters Degree in Biotechnology unless he has obtained not less than two years previously Bachelors Degree of this University under the 10+2+3 pattern of education in Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences, Agriculture, Veterinary Science, and/or a Bachelors Degree in Engineering and Technology (B.Tech.) or Medicine (M.B.B.S.) with at least 55% marks or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent and has undergone a regular course of study in this University for not less than two years (four Semesters). The Examination for the M.Sc. in Biotechnology course shall be open to: (a) (b) 3. candidates who have undergone a regular course of study in the University; ex-students as defined in the Chapter-XVII of the Ordinances (Academic).

2.

In order to be eligible for the award of M.Sc. in Biotechnology Degree, a candidate shall have to pass in sessional work and semester examinations so as to accumulate at least 68 credits. Provided that the Academic Council may prescribe viva-voce examination in a subject in addition to the credits mentioned above and where such a viva-voce examination is provided, a candidate shall have to obtain at least 50% of the marks allotted to the examination. The courses, the number of credits and marks allotted to each course, including Sessional Work and/or Practical Examination and/or Viva-Voce Examination and/or Seminar and/or Project and/or Dissertation and/or Training shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Board of Studies of the Interdisciplinary Biotechnology Unit. (a) The pattern of examination shall be continuous evaluation consisting of sessional tests and semester examination at the end of each semester. The courses shall carry 8,4,3 or 2 credits. The weightage of each credit of course shall be 25 marks, out of the total (maximum) marks, the weightage of the sessional and semester examination shall be as follows: 4 credit course MM 100, Sessional 30, Examination 70 3 credit course MM 75, Sessional 25, Examination 50 2 credit course MM 50, Sessional 15, Examination 35 8 credit course MM 200, Sessional 60, Examination 140 In the laboratory course, 30% of the marks shall be prescribed for sessional work and 70% for the practical examination at the end of the semester. The written examination shall comprise of one paper of two hours duration in each course except for practical examination for which the duration of the examination may be four hours. There is a provision of an Educational Tour. (b) To pass in a course and obtain the credit assigned to it, a candidate must obtain at least 45% of the marks in theory papers and the sessional work taken separately and at least 50% of the aggregate marks in the Written Examination and the Sessional Work, Practical Examination and/or Viva-Voce Examination and/or Seminar and/or Project and/or Dissertation, combined.

4.

5.

AC: 8/9.5.2001.

118 (c) A candidate who fails to obtain 50% of the aggregate marks but has passed in the sessional work may appear subsequently only at the Semester Examination for that course as an exstudent, in order to obtain the credit for it. Provided that the marks awarded to such a candidate for sessional work during the regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent Examiatnion. In case, a candidate could not obtain 45% marks in sessionals, he/she shall have to appear both in the sessional as well as written examination. 6. A candidate who fails to accumulate the requisite number of credits within eight semesters after his admission, shall not be allowed to take further courses for the Degree without the permission of the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Coordinator, Interdisciplinary Biotechnology Unit. A candidate may be promoted from I Year M.Sc. to II Year M.Sc. if he/she fails in not more than 18 credits of the I and II Semester courses. A candidate not promoted to the higher class after having undergone a regulars course of study may be permitted to appear at the subsequent semesters examination as an ex-student if otherwise eligible. A candidate who accumulates the requisite number credits mentioned in Clause 3 above or more and who obtains at least 60% of the aggregate marks, shall be placed in the First Division; those who obtain less than 60% but not less than 50% marks shall be placed in the Second Division. Provided that a regular candidate for the M.Sc. in Biotechnology Examination may appear subsequently at the Semester Examination concerned in all or some the courses, in which he has already appeared in order to have his marks revised upwards, not later than one year after the declaration of the result, in accordance with Clause 14 of Chapter XVII of the Ordinances (Academic). 10. If a candidate fails to accumulate the requisite number of credits after having studied as a regular student for four semesters, he may be allowed by the Coordinator, Interdisciplinary Biotechnology Unit to study for not more than four additional semesters immediately following the regular semesters.

7.

8.

9.

119

CHAPTER XXIII(C) MASTER OF PHYSCIAL EDUCATION (M.P.E.)


1. No candidate shall be eligible for the Masters Degree in Physical Education unless he has obtained not less than two years previously the B.A. (Hons) Physical Health & Sports Education/Bachelor of Physical Education (B.P.E.) Degree of three years duration (under the 10+2+3 system) or passed an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent and has undergone a regular course of study in the University for not less than two years. The Examination for M.P.E. Degree shall consist of two parts, namely Previous and Final, each of which shall be held annually and shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for the Previous and Final Examinations, as the case may be, for one academic year in the University. Provided that subject to the Provisions of Clause 8 of this Chapter, no candidate shall be eligible to appear at the Final Examination without one academic year having elapsed after his passing the Previous Examination or Promotion to the Final Year class, as the case may be. 3. (i) In order to be eligible for the award of the M.P.E. Degree, a candidate shall have to pass in the Examination in each paper/practical (inclusive of sessional work) and also in the VivaVoce Examination, wherever to be held along with the Final Year Examinations.

2.

Provided that the Academic Council may prescribe Viva-Voce and/or Practical Examination in a subject in addition to the prescribed papers. (ii)(a) Candidates shall offer the following subjects for M.P.E. Degree: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Research Method and Statistics Kina-thropometry Scientific Principles of Training Test, Measurement and Evaluation in Physical Education Exercise and Sports Physiology Sports Medicine Psychology of Physical Education and Sports Biomechanics

(b) Any one major game/sport for specialization as prescribed by the Board of Studies of the Department of Physical Health & Sports Education and the Faculty concerned and approved by the Academic Council from time to time. (c) Option will be available to those students who secure 55% marks in the M.P.E. Previous Examination to offer dissertation carrying 50% marks or to offer one additional paper in lieu of dissertation as prescribed by the Board of Studies of the Department and Faculty concerned.

4.

The allocation of marks for each paper shall be as follows: Written Examination (including Practical) Sessional Work

- 75 marks - 25 marks

E.C. Dated 7.2.2001 & 13.3.2001.

120 5. The course, the number of papers and the marks allotted to each paper, including Sessional Work and/or Practical Examination and/or Viva-Voce Examination and/or Dissertation shall be prescribed by the Board of Studies of the Department and the Faculty concerned and approved by the Academic Council. To pass the Examination, a candidate must obtain: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) 35% of the marks in each paper (inclusive of the sessional work) 40% of the marks in each practical examination (inclusive of sessional work) 35% of the marks in dissertation/additional paper and via-voce examination and (Deleted)

6.

EXPLANATION: Sessional work in each paper shall be based on tutorial assignment and/or class tests, unless otherwise provided for by the Academic Council or the Faculty concerned. Provided that: (a) No private candidate as defined in Clause 3 & 4 of Chapter XVII of the Ordinances (Academic) shall be allowed to appear in the M.P.E. Examination. The medium of Examination/Instruction will be in English only. A candidate who fails to obtain the required percentage of marks in the aggregate for passing the M.P.E. Examination, may appear as an ex-student in subsequent Examination in one or more papers and practical only in which he has failed to obtain 40% marks. Provided that the marks awarded to such candidate for sessional work during his regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent Examination. (d) A candidate shall be deemed to have passed the Previous Examination for purposes of Clause 2 & 3 of this Chapter, if he has passed in all individual papers and practical comprising that Examination as required under this Clause.

(b) (c)

7.

A candidate who obtains 60% of the aggregate marks or more shall be placed in the First Division, one who obtains less than 60% but not less than 48% of the marks, shall be placed in the Second Division and one who obtains less than 48% but not less than 40% of the marks shall be placed in the Third Division. Provided that if a candidate wishes to improve his performance he may be allowed by the Dean of the Faculty concerned to repeat the Previous and Final Examination in one or more papers after passing the complete Examination in accordance with Clause-14 of Chapter-XVII of these Ordinances.

O.M. LD No (C) / 1395 dated 28.12.2002.

121 8. A candidate who passes in at least 50% of the papers and practicals prescribed taken together at the Previous Examination, shall be eligible for promotion to the Final class. Provided that no candidate shall be allowed to stay for more than two academic years of regular study for either the Previous or the Final Examination, if he fails to pass 50% of the papers and paracticals of the Previous Examination within the said period of two years, he shall cease to be a regular student. However, he may appear as an ex-student in the papers or practical in which he has failed, at the next Annual Examination but for appearing at such a paper or practical more than two years after, the Examination in which he was first-due to appear, he shall require permission by the Academic Council. Should a candidate who has ceased to be a regular student upon failing to pass the Previous Examination within the said period of two years, passes, that Examination subsequently, he shall register himself as a regular student for appearing at the Final Examination. He shall similarly cease to be regular student if he fails to pass the M.P.E. Examination within two years of his joining the Final Year class. In no case shall a candidate be permitted to spend more than four years as a regular student for the completion of the requirements for the Degree. After four years of his admission, he may be permitted to appear as an ex-student only. EXPLANATION: In cases where the total number of papers and practicals of the Previous Examination happens to be an odd number the total number of paper and practicals that the candidate has to pass in for the purpose only of promotion to the Final class or eligibility to appear at the Final Examination of the following year, shall be deemed to be 50% of the number next lower to the said total. 9. (a) A candidate pursuing a regular course of study promoted to the Final Class cannot receive instruction or under-take sessional work in any paper or practical of the Previous class. A regular candidate who is eligible to be promoted to the Final class, but he has not passed in all the papers and practicals of the Previous class may be permitted on his own application, to continue in the Previous class, for the purpose of receiving instruction and undertaking sessional work in the paper in which he has failed, subject, however, to the restrictions imposed on his continuance in that class by Clause 8 of this Chapter. He shall, in this case, not be eligible to receive instruction, undertake sessional work, or appear at the Examination of any paper or practical of the Final Examination.

(b)

122

CHAPTER XXIII(D) MASTER OF FINE ARTS (M.F.A.)


1. No candidate shall be eligible for the Masters Degree in Fine Arts unless he/she has obtained not less than two years previously B.F.A. (four years course) Degree of this University or an Examination recognized by the University as its equivalent and has undergone a regular course of study in the University for not less than two years. Candidates who have obtained the B.A. (Hons) in Fine Arts Degree under 10+2+3 system of education may be considered eligible for admission to M.F.A. course provided that they have undergone a Pre-Masters Course (Bridge Course) of one years duration or one year Diploma in Applied Arts as regular candidates. Selection for admission to M.F.A. Course will be based on Merit determined through admission test in the subjects as prescribed by the Board of Studies. 2. The examination for the M.F.A. Degree shall consist of two parts, namely, Previous and Final, each of which shall be held annually and shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for the Previous or Final Examination, as the case may be, for one academic year in the University. (i) In order to be eligible for the award of the M.F.A. Degree, a candidate shall have to pass in the Examination in each paper/practical (inclusive of sessional work) and also in the Dissertation & Viva Voce Examination, to be held along with the Final Year Examination. Candidates (M.F.A.) (A) (B) (C) (D) may offer one of the following courses for the Masters Degree in Fine Arts Painting Sculpture Graphics Applied Arts

3.

(ii)

4.

To pass the Examination, a candidate must obtain: (i) (ii) (iii) 40% of the marks in each Theory paper /practical examination (inclusive of sessional work) / Viva-Voce/Sessional/ Project/ Dissertation. 50% of the aggregate marks of the Previous and Final Examinations taken together. M.F.A. (Final) students are required to exhibit their class work of Final Year at the time of Practical Examination on the basis of which sessional marks will be awarded. A candidate who fails to obtain the required percentage of marks in the aggregate for passing the Masters Examination, may appear as an ex-student in subsequent Examination in one or more papers and practical only in which he/she has failed to obtain 50% marks. Provided that the marks awarded to such candidate for sessional work during his/her regular courses of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent Examination. Provided further that, subject to provisions of Clause 3, a regular candidate who fails to obtain the required minimum marks in any paper/practical at the Previous and Final Examinations may appear in that Paper/Practical only at any subsequent Examination.

**5.

(a)

EC dated 31.7.2000. O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

123 (b) A candidate shall be deemed to have passed the previous examination for purpose of clauses 2 and 8 of this chapter, if he/she has passed in all individual papers and practicals comprising that examination as required under this clause.

6.

A candidate who obtains 60 per cent of the aggregate marks or more shall be placed in First Division. One who obtain less than 60 per cent but not less than 50 per cent of the marks shall be placed in the Second Division; one who obtains less than 50 percent, but not less than 40 per cent of the marks shall be placed in the Third Division. A candidate, who obtain 75% or more marks in a subject, shall be declared to have obtained distinction in that subject. The candidate who secured highest marks in M.F.A will be placed in First position in order to merit; A candidate who passes in at least 50 per cent of the papers and practicals (if prescribed) taken together at the Previous Examination, shall be eligible for promotion to the Final class. Provided that no candidate shall be allowed to stay for more than two academic years of regular study for either the Previous or the Final Examination If he fails to pass 50 per cent of the papers and paracticals of the Previous Examination within the said period of two years, he/she shall if regular candidate, cease to be a regular student. However, he/she may appear as an ex-student in the paper or practical in which he/she has failed, at the next Annual Examination; but for appearing at such a paper or practical more than two years after, the Examination in which he/she was first-due to appear, he/she shall require permission by the Academic Council. Should a candidate who has ceased to be a regular student upon failing to pass the Previous Examination within the said period of two years, passes, that Examination subsequently, he/she shall in the status of regular student for appearing at the Final Examination. He/she shall similarly cease to be regular student if he fails to pass the Masters examination within two years of his joining the Final Year class. In no case shall a candidate be permitted to spend more than four years as a regular student for the completion of the requirements for the degree; after four years of his admission, he/she may be permitted by the Dean of the Faculty on the recommendations of the Chairman of the Department to appear as an ex-student only.

7.

EXPLANATION: In cases where the total number of papers and practicals of the Previous Examination happens to be an odd number the total number of paper and practicals that the candidate has to pass in for the purpose only of promotion to the Final class or eligibility to appear at the Final Examination of the following year, shall be deemed to be 50 per cent of the number next lower to the said total. 8. (a) A candidate pursuing a regular course of study, promoted to the Final Class cannot receive instruction or under-take sessional work in any paper or practical of the Previous class. A regular candidate who has not passed in 50% of Theory papers and practicals of the Previous class may be permitted by the Dean on the recommendation of the Chairman on his/her his own application, to continue in the Previous class, for the purpose of receiving instruction and undertaking sessional work in the paper in which he/she has failed, subject, however, to the restrictions imposed on his/her continuance in that class by Clause 8 of this Chapter. He/she shall, in this case, not be eligible to receive instruction in, undertake sessional work, or appear at the examination of any paper or practical of the Final Examination.

(b)

9.

The course, the number of papers and the marks allotted to each theory paper, including sessional work, practical examination, Dissertation and Viva-Voce examination shall be those as prescribed by the Board of Studies and approved by the Faculty.

124

CHAPTER- XXIII (E) M.A./M.SC. IN MATHEMATICS (SEMESTER SYSTEM) (for students admitted in session 2002 2003 only)
1. No candidate shall be eligible for the Masters degree in Mathematics unless he/she has obtained not less than two years previously the B.A./B.Sc. (Hons.) or (Pass) degree of this University or an examination recognised by the University as its equivalent and has undergone a regular course of study as per Chapter XVII of the Ordinances (Academic) in the University for not less than/two years/four semesters. Provided that private candidates as defined in Chapter XVII of the Ordinances (Academic) shall not be required to undergo a regular course of study. 2. The examination for the M.A./M.Sc. course in Mathematics shall be open to: (a) candidates who have undergone a regular course of study in the University or in a college maintained by or admitted to the privileges of the University. private candidates or ex-students as defined in Chapter XVII of the Ordinances (Academic) In order to be eligible for the award of the Masters degree in Mathematics a candidate shall have to pass in sessional work and End Semester Examinations so as to accumulate 96 credits and the viva-voce examination. Provided that a candidate may be required to take a number of courses in the subject in accordance with the decisions of the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Department of Mathematics and the Faculty of Science. The courses shall be taken by a regular or private candidate with the approval of the Advisor appointed by the Department of Mathematics and in accordance with the decisions of the Department.

(b) 3. (i)

(ii)

(iii)

4.

The courses, the number of credits and the marks allotted to each course, including sessional work and/or viva-voce examination and/or seminars and/or projects and/or dissertations shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Board of Studies of the Department of Mathematics and the Faculty of Science. (a) To pass each of the Theory/Laboratory/Project/Seminar\Viva-voce courses and to accumulate credits assigned to it, a candidate must obtain at least 40% of the total marks in sessional work and End Semester Examination, taken together alongwith at least 35% in End Semester Examination in Theory/Laboratory/Project courses.

5.

Provided that a private candidate shall be exempted from sessional work. The marks obtained by such candidate in each End Semester Examination of the course shall be proportionately raised to the maximum marks allotted to that course.

(Office Memo LD. No. (C) / 1292 dated 20.11.2002). (OM NO XM/PA/Ord F 35(i)/1625 dated 12.1.2004.

125 (b) A candidate, who fails to obtain 40% of the marks in a theory paper but has passed in the sessional work may appear subsequently only at the End Semester Examination for that course as an ex-student to obtain the credits for it. Provided that the marks awarded to such a candidate for sessional work during the regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent examination. There shall be no improvement of sessional marks of any course. In case a candidate could not obtain 40% marks in the sessionals, he/she shall have to re-appear in the sessionals as well as Examination. Provided further that for promotion to the Second Year of Masters degree in Mathematics, a candidate will have to earn a minimum of 25 credits in the First Year (Ist and IInd Semesters). Provided further that the name of a student studying for Masters degree in Mathematics may be removed by the Dean, Faculty of Science at his discretion, if the student fails to accumulate at least 15 credits in two semesters during an academic session. 6. Candidate who pass the viva-voce examination and accumulation 96 credits obtaining 60% of the marks or more in the aggregate of I, II, III and IV Semesters taken together shall be placed in the First Division; those who obtain less than 60% but not less than 50% shall be placed in the Second Division and those who obtain less than 50% marks but not less than 40% shall be placed in the Third Division. Provided that if a regular candidate is placed in the Third Division, he/she may appear at the End Semester Examinations concerned in all or some of the courses, at which he/she has already appeared in order to have his/her marks revised upwards, not later than one year after the declaration of the result, in accordance with Clause 14 of Chapter XVII of the Ordinances (Academic). 7. If a candidate fails to accumulate the requisite credits after having studied as a regular candidate for four semesters, he/she may be allowed by the Dean, Faculty of Science, on the recommendation of the Chairman, Department of Mathematics, to study for not more than four additional semesters immediately following. Provided further that in no case shall a candidate be permitted to take more than eight semesters as a regular student for the completion of the requirements of the degree. In case, he/she fails to obtain the degree within eight semesters after his/her admission, he/she may be allowed to appear as an exstudent by the Academic council on the recommendation of the Chairman, Department of Mathematics and the Dean, Faculty of Science.

126 Annexture to Chapter XXIII (E) List of Semester Courses in M.A./M.Sc. Mathematics (For the students admitted in the session 2003-2004 only) M.A./M.Sc. (Mathematics): I Semester Code Nos. 5MM-401(a) 5MM-402(a) 5MM-403(a) 5MM-404(a) 5MM-405(a) Title Abstract Algebra Real Analysis I Topology I Complex Analysis Differential Geometry II Semester Advanced Abstract Algebra Real Analysis II Topology II Advanced Complex Analysis Differential Equations III Semester Functional Analysis Partial Differential Equations Ring Theory (Any two of the following) Algebraic Structures Theory of Liner Operators Sequence Spaces Theory of Semi-groups Integral Equations & Boundary Value Problems Space Dynamics Lie theory and Special functions IV Semester Integration Theory Mechanics Homological Algebra and Module Theory (Any two of the following) Category Theory Non-linear Optimization in Banach Spaces Approximation Theory Infinite Abelian Groups Differential Manifolds Computer Applications Non-linear Programming Advanced Functional Analysis Viva Voce Examination Credit 5 5 5 5 5 M.M. 125(25+100) 125(25+100) 125(25+100) 125(25+100) 125(25+100)

5MM-401(b) 5MM-402(b) 5MM-403(b) 5MM-404(b) 5MM-405(b) Viva-Voce 5MM-501(a) 5MM-502(a) 5MM-503(a) OPTIONALS 4MM-504(a) 4MM-505(a) 4MM-506(a) 4MM-507(a) 4MM-508(a) 4MM-509(a) 4MM-510(a)

5 5 5 5 5

125(25+100) 125(25+100) 125(25+100) 125(25+100) 125(25+100)

5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

125(25+100) 125(25+100) 125(25+100) 100(20+80) 100(20+80) 100(20+80) 100(20+80) 100(20+80) 100(20+80) 100(20+80)

5MM-501(b) 5MM-502(b) 5MM-503(b) OPTIONALS 4MM-504(b) 4MM-505(b) 4MM-506(b) 4MM-507(b) 4MM-508(b) 4MM-509(b) 4MM-510(b) 4MM-511(b)

5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

125(25+100) 125(25+100) 125(25+100) 100(20+80) 100(20+80) 100(20+80) 100(20+80) 100(20+80) 100(20+80) 100(20+80) 100(20+80) 100

96 Credits + Viva-Voce Examination of 100 marks

127

CHAPTER-XXIII(F) FOR M.A./M.Sc. (UNDER SEMESTER SYSTEM) (Effective from the session 2003-2004)
1. The degree of M.A./M.Sc. shall be awarded to a candidate who has passed B.A./B.Sc.(Hons.) or (Pass) examination of this University or an examination recognized by the university as its equivalent and has undergone a regular course of study for not less than two academic years comprising of four semesters and has fulfilled all requirements including attendance of the first, second, third and fourth semesters. Private candidates as defined in Chapter XVII(A) of the Ordinances (Academic) may appear at the M.A./M.Sc. in Mathematics, Statistics, Operations Research and Geography examinations only. The candidates may offer one of the following subjects for the Masters degree: A. For M.A. (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) B. Geography Mathematics Statistics Operations Research

For M.Sc. (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) (xi) (xii) (xiii) Applied Geology Chemistry Geography Industrial Chemistry Mathematics Physics Statistics Operations Research Biochemistry Botany Home Science Wildlife Sciences Zoology

2.

(a)

A candidate shall be required to take a number of courses in a Department in accordance with the decisions of the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Board of Studies of the concerned Department of Studies and the Faculty. The courses shall carry specified number of credits. In order to be eligible for the award of the Masters Degree, a candidate shall have to pass in semester examinations so as to acquire 96 credits distributed in four semesters of 24 credits each.

(b)

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

128 3. (a) The courses, the credits and marks allotted to each course including the sessional work and/or laboratory/ practical examination and/or project and/or seminar and/or viva-voce shall be as prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Board of Studies of the concerned Department of study and the Faculty;

Provided that in addition to seminar and/or project and/or viva-voce and/or practical examination, wherever prescribed, there shall be at least 15 theory courses, but not exceeding 21 courses, carrying 4 credits (100 marks) and/or 2 credits (50 marks) each as may be prescribed by the Academic Council. The total credits allotted to laboratory course (practical)/project /seminar/viva voce shall range from a minimum of 12 credits to a maximum of 36 credits; Provided further that courses may be prescribed carrying 2 credits (50 marks) each, subject to the maximum credit (marks) carried by such theory papers not exceeding 25% of 96 credits (2400 marks), the total credits (marks) of all the four semester examinations taken together; (b) Laboratory courses (practical)/ project work/ seminar may carry, wherever necessary, higher credits and proportionately higher marks, as approved by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the concerned Board of Studies and the Faculty.

4.

The M.Sc. examination in a course shall comprise of End Semester Examination in Theory/ Practical course and sessional work and/or practicals and/or projects and/or seminar and/or vivavoce as prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the concerned Board of Studies and the Faculty. (a) There shall be continuous evaluation consisting of sessional work spread over the semester, followed by End Semester Examinations at the end of each semester. The allocation of marks for each theory and laboratory course and /or Dissertation /Project shall be as follows: Sessional Work End Semester Examination 30% marks 70% marks Sessional work in each course shall be based on tutorial assignments and/or class tests or as specified by the Board of Studies. The duration of examination of all courses shall be as decided by the Board of Studies of the concerned Department and the Faculty. The examination shall be open to candidates who have under gone a regular course of study in this University and have put in at least 75% attendance in all the theory, laboratory and other courses taken together in each semester. The examination shall also be open to the private candidates as defined in Chapter-XVII(A) of the Ordinances (Academic). To pass each of the theory/laboratory/project/seminar/viva-voce courses and to accumulate credits assigned to it, a candidate must obtain at least 40% of the total marks in sessional and End Semester Examination, taken together along with at least 35% in End Semester Examination in theory/ laboratory/ project courses.

5.

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

6.

(a)

Provided that a private candidate shall be exempted from sessional work. The marks obtained by such candidate in each End Semester Examination of the course shall be proportionately raised to the maximum marks allotted to that course.

129 (b) A candidate who fails to obtain the minimum required marks to pass in a course may be allowed to appear only at the subsequent End Semester Examination prescribed for that course. In no case, supplementary or special examination shall be held. The marks awarded at the subsequent examination and the sessional marks obtained earlier as a regular student shall be taken into account. The marks of the courses in which the candidate has already passed shall be carried forward. For ex-students, as defined in Chapter-XVII(A) of the Ordinances (Academic), permitted to appear in a subsequent End Semester Examination, marks awarded in the sessional/ practical work/ project during their regular course of study shall be carried forward. A candidate who fails to put in at least 75% attendance in the I semester shall not be allowed to pursue the studies in II semester. Such candidate may apply to the Dean of the Faculty for re - registration in the I semester in the next academic session. A candidate who fails to put in at least 75% attendance in the II semester shall not be promoted to III semester. Such candidate may apply to the Dean of the Faculty for re-registration in the II semester in the next academic session. A candidate who puts in 75% attendance in the I and II semesters separately but fails to acquire 24 credits in the I and II semester examinations taken together shall not be promoted to the III semester. He/she shall cease to be a regular student.

(c)

7.

(a)

(b)

However, he/she may appear as an ex - student only in End Semester Examination of the course(s) in which he/she has failed, at the next semester examinations and subject to permission by the Academic Council at any further subsequent examinations. A candidate who thus having ceased to be a regular student, acquires the minimum number of credits for promotion to III semester, shall reregister himself/herself as a regular student for appearing at the examination of III semester. Provided that a regular candidate who having fulfilled the minimum attendance requirement, fails to secure the required number of credits for promotion to the III semester, may apply for re-registration as a regular student in the I or/and II Semester. He/She shall have to fulfill the attendance requirement afresh and shall again perform sessional work and practicals and shall appear in the End Semester Examination of all the courses at the next examination of I and II semesters. Any marks obtained in the immediately preceding year and the attendance being disregarded. Similarly a regular candidate who having fulfilled the minimum attendance requirement, fails to secure the required number of credits for obtaining the degree, may apply for re-registration as a regular student in III and/or IV semester. He/She shall have to fulfill the attendance requirement afresh and shall again perform sessional work and practicals/ project and shall appear in all End Semester Examination of the courses at the next examination of III and/or IV Semester. Any marks obtained in the immediately preceding year and the attendance being disregarded. But no candidate shall be permitted to continue as a regular student for more than two times in any semester; Provided further that in case, a candidate fails to accumulate required number of credits to obtain the degree within 8 semesters from the date of his/her first admission, he/she shall cease to be a regular student. He/she may be permitted to appear at the next immediately following end semester examinations of I and II and/or of III and IV semester(s), as the case may be, as an ex-student permitted by the Academic Council only if he has undergone a regular course of study in III and IV semesters and after having fulfilled attendance and other requirements of III/IV semesters; Provided further that in no case a regular candidate shall be allowed to appear in the examination beyond 10 Semesters from the date of his/her first admission;

130 However, a private candidate shall not be allowed to appear in the examination to complete the degree requirements beyond 12 semesters from the date of his/her first admission. (c) A candidate pursuing a regular course of study, promoted to III/ IV semester can not receive instruction or undertake sessional work in any course of the I/ II semester. Provided that a candidate while studying as a regular student of III/IV semester, may appear in the End Semester Examination of the backlog courses of I/II semester as the case may be. A candidate who fails to obtain minimum required marks to pass in the courses at the I or/and III semester examinations, or is unable to take that examination for reasons beyond his/her control may be allowed to pursue the course of study for the II and /or IV semester examination as the case may be, approved by the Dean of the Faculty. No candidate shall be eligible for M.A./M.Sc. Degree in a subject unless he/she has passed in all courses for the I,II,III and IV semester examinations.

(d)

(e)

8.

The division in which a successful candidate is to be placed shall be determined on the basis of aggregate marks obtained by him/her in all the four Semester Examinations taken together. Candidates who obtain 60% of the aggregate marks or more shall be placed in the First Division, those who obtain less than 60% but not less than 50% of the aggregate marks shall be placed in the Second Division and those who secure less than 50% but not less than 40% of the aggregate marks shall be placed in the third Division. If any regular candidate passes I, II, III and IV Semester Examinations and wishes to improve his/her performance, he/she may appear in not more than 25% of the written papers (Theory) at the end semester examinations concerned not later than one year after the declaration of his/her result on passing the complete examination. There shall be no improvement in the sessional work/ laboratory/ viva-voce/ project/ seminar marks. The marks awarded to him/her for the sessional work and practical examination during his/her regular course of study shall be carried forward. Such candidates shall not be allowed hostel accommodation. Provided that such permission shall be granted only once, and that the candidate shall not have joined any other course of study in the meanwhile. Provided further that if the candidate fails to improve his/her performance the marks sheet and/or degree awarded to him/her earlier shall not be withdrawn.

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TRANSITORY ORDINANCES TO CHAPTER XXIII(F)


The last Examination for regular candidates in the Faculty of Science & Life Sciences as per Chapter XXIII and Chapter XXIII(E) of Ordinances (Academic) for M.A./M.Sc. and M.A./M.Sc. (Mathematics) respective shall be held as under: M.A./M.Sc. (Previous) M.A./M.Sc. (Final) _____ 2003 _____ 2004

Not withstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, candidates who fail in the above mentioned Examinations and are appearing at the next corresponding Examination shall be governed by the following Ordinances. (i) Candidates who are admitted to M.A./M.Sc. degree programme in the Session 2003-2004 or earlier under Chapter XXIII/XXIII(E) of the Ordinances (Academic) but due to shortage of attendance or otherwise could not appear in M.A./M.Sc. (Previous) Examination may be permitted to pursue their studies afresh within prescribed time limit under Chapter XXIII(F) of the Ordinances (Academic); provided that such candidates give an undertaking to abide by the Ordinances, Regulations and Rules prescribed for the purpose. Candidates who are admitted to M.A./M.Sc. degree programme in the session 2002-2003 or earlier under Chapter XXIII/XXIII(E) of the Ordinances (Academic) but due to shortage of attendance or otherwise, could not appear at M.A./M.Sc. (Final) Examination, may be allowed to pursue their studies in M.A./M.Sc. (Final) under Chapter XXIII(F) of the Ordinances (Academic) as regular students. They shall be governed by the Ordinances under Chapter XXIII(F) effective from the session 2003-2004. For such candidates, the result and division etc. shall be based on the performance of M.A./M.Sc. (Previous) under old scheme of teaching and examination (Chapter XXIII/XXIII(E) as the case may be, (i.e. Course Structure) and the performance of M.A./M.Sc. (III & IV Semester) under the Chapter XXIII(F) of the Ordinances (Academic). For such candidates there shall be no further continuation/re-admission in III Semester M.A./M.Sc. degree course as regular candidate after the expiry of four academic sessions from the date of admission to the M.A./M.Sc. degree course. However, the candidate may be permitted by Academic Council, on the recommendations of the Chairman of the Department and the Dean of the Faculty concerned to appear as an ex-student in the unlearned courses after the expiry of four academic sessions. There shall be no equivalent course/subject under Chapter XXIII(F) of the Ordinances (Academic) in lieu of the course/subject of old scheme of teaching and examination schedule under Chapter XXIII/XXIII(E) in the Faculties of Science and Life Sciences. A candidate who has failed in the course(s) / subject(s) under the old scheme of Annual System under Chapter XXIII/XXIII(E) shall be required to clear his/her unlearned course(s)/subject(s) of old scheme of teaching examination. For such candidates, the sessional marks obtained earlier as regular candidates shall be taken into account at the subsequent examinations. Private candidates who were enrolled and have been allowed to appear in M.A. & M.Sc. (Previous) Examination, 2003-2004 or earlier under Chapter XXIII of the Ordinances (Academic) but have been eligible for appearing at M.A. & M.Sc. (Final) Examination, may be allowed to enrol as private candidates afresh under Chapter XXIII(F) for M.A. & M.Sc. (Semester System); provided that such

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

OM. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005. OM. No. XM/SPA/FNo. 75/II-278 dated 27/28.3.2006.

132 candidates shall abide by the Ordinances (Academic), Regulations and Rules under semester system for the purpose. (v) Private candidates who were enrolled in the session 2003-2004 or earlier under Chapter XXIII of the Ordinances (Academic) but could not appear at M.A. & M.Sc. (Final) Examination, may be allowed to appear in M.A. & M.Sc. (Final) Examination under Chapter XXIII(F) (Semester System). For such candidates, the result and division etc. shall be based on the performance of M.A. & M.Sc. (Previous) under Old Scheme of Teaching and Examination (Annual System) and the performance of M.A. & M.Sc. (III and IV Semesters) under New Scheme of Teaching and Examination (Semester System), However, private candidates may be permitted by Academic Council to appear in the uncleared courses after the expiry of four academic years.

OM. No. XM/SPA/FNo. 75/II-278 dated 27/28.3.2006.

133

CHAPTER-XXIII(G) Master of Commerce (M.Com.) (Semester System) (Effective from the session 2004-2005) (Master of Commerce (M.Com.) (Finance and Accounting/International Business) (Semester System) (Amendments effective from the session 2005-2006)
1. The degree of M.Com. in Finance and Accounting/International Business shall be awarded to a candidate who has passed B.Com. (Hons./Pass)/DBA examination of this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent and has undergone a regular course of study for not less than two academic years, comprising of four semesters and has fulfilled all requirements including those of attendance of the first, second, third and fourth semesters. * Private candidates may appear at M.Com. (Finance and Accounting/International Business) examinations; provided they fulfil the eligibility conditions laid down in Chapter XVII(A) (Revised) of Ordinances (Academic).

2. (a) A candidate shall be required to take 24 courses of four credits each in M.Com. in a manner that he/she shall pursue 6 courses in each semester, of which four shall be compulsory and two optional. In addition, there shall be viva-voce examination at the end of each semester of one credit each. (b) The courses, their credits and marks allotted to each course including the sessional work, project and viva-voce shall be as prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Board of Studies and the Faculty of Commerce from time to time. 3. In order to be qualified for the award of M.Com. Degree, a candidate shall have to pass in all the four semester examinations so as to accumulate 100 credits distributed over four semesters of 24 credits each plus one credit each for viva-voce examinations at the end of the semester. The M.Com. examination in a course shall comprise of (a) End Semester Examination and (b) Sessional Work in each theory course and/or Laboratory course and/or project/dissertation and/or viva-voce examination as prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Board of Studies and the Faculty of Commerce from time to time.

4.

5. (a) There shall be continuous evaluation consisting of sessional work spread over the semester, followed by the End Semester Examinations. (b) The allocation of marks for each theory and laboratory course and/or Dissertation/Project shall be as follows:
Sessional Work : End Semester Examination : each). 30% 70%

The viva-voce examinations at the end of each Semester shall consist of 25 marks each (ie one credit (c) Sessional work in each course shall be based on two class tests, or as specified by the Board of Studies of the Department and Faculty of Commerce. (d) The duration of End Semester Examination of each theory course shall be of two hours (e) The examination shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study in this University and have put in at least 75% of attendance in all theory and other courses taken together in each semester.
O.M. No. XM/SPA/ II-196 dated 24/30.10.2005. O.M. No. XM/SPA/FN-57(XII)/II-444 dated 28.11.2006.

134 6. (a) To pass each course or project/dissertation or viva-voce examination and to accumulate credits assigned to it, a candidate must obtain at least 45% of the total marks in sessional work and End Semester Examination, taken together. Provided that a private candidate shall be exempted from sessional work. The marks obtained by private candidate in End Semester Examination of each course/subject shall be proportionately raised to the maximum marks allotted to the course/subject. (b) A candidate, who fails to obtain the minimum required marks to pass a course, may be allowed to appear only at the subsequent End Semester Examination prescribed for that course. In no case, any supplementary or special examination shall be held. The marks awarded at the subsequent examination and the sessional marks obtained earlier in the course as a regular student shall be taken into account. The marks of the courses in which the candidate has already passed shall be carried forward. (c) For ex-students, as defined in Chapter-XVII (A) (Semester System) of the Ordinances (Academic) permitted to appear in a subsequent End Semester Examination, marks awarded in sessional work of theory courses and/or project/dissertation/ viva-voce during their regular course of study shall be carried forward. (d)Private candidates as define in Chapter XVII(A) (Revised) of the Ordinances (Academic) shall be required to undertake 90 days Computer Training (45 days each in two semesters) related to his/her degree programme in lieu of lab. courses to be prescribed for regular students at the Department/Computer Centre/Institute after successful completion of Computer Trainings as an essential requirement for the award of M.Com. degree. 7. (a) A candidate who fails to put in at least 75% of attendance in the first semester shall not be allowed to pursue his/her studies in second semester. Such candidate may apply to the Dean, Faculty of Commerce for re-registration in the first semester in the next academic session. A candidate who fails to put in at least 75% of attendance in the second semester shall not be promoted to the third semester. Such candidate may apply to the Dean Faculty of Commerce for re-registration in the second semester in the next academic session. Similarly, a regular student who fails to put in at least 75% attendance in the III/IV Semester, may apply to the Dean of the Faculty of Commerce for re-registration in the III/IV Semester in the next academic session within the maximum permissible period. (b) A candidate who puts in at least 75% of attendance in the first and second semesters separately but fails to accumulate/acquire 24 credits in the first and second semester examinations taken together shall not be promoted to the third semester. He/she shall cease to be a regular student; Provided that the performance of the candidate in Viva-Voce examination at the end of I and II Semesters shall not be taken into consideration for his/her promotion to III Semester as per this clause. (c) A candidate who fails to accumulate at least 24 credits in the I & II semester examination put together may appear as an Ex-student only in End Semester Examination of the course(s) in which he/she has failed, at the next subsequent semester examination and subject to permission by the Dean, Faculty of Commerce. An ex-student who thus having ceased to be a regular student, accumulate/acquires the minimum number of credits for promotion to third semester, shall reregister himself/herself as a regular student for third semester; Provided that a regular student who having fulfilled the minimum attendance requirement, fails to secure the required number of credits for promotion to the third semester, may apply for reregistration as a regular student in the first and/or second semester. He/she shall have to fulfil the attendance requirement of first and/or second semester afresh and shall again perform sessional work and practicals and shall appear in the End Semester Examination of all the courses at the next
OM No. XM/SPA/ FN-57(XII)/II-444 dated 28.11.2006. OM No. XM/SPA/ FN-75/II-433 dated 9/13.11.2006.

135 examination of first and/or second semester. Similarly a regular candidate who having fulfilled the minimum attendance requirements of third and/or fourth semester, fails to accumulate the required number of credits for obtaining the degree may also apply for re-registration as a regular student in third and/or fourth semester. He/she shall also have to fulfil the attendance requirement afresh and shall again perform sessional work and practicals/project/dissertation and viva-voce and shall appear in the End Semester Examination of all the courses of third and/or fourth semester, any marks obtained in the immediately preceding semester(s) and the attendance shall be disregarded. No candidate shall be permitted to continue as a regular student for more than two consecutive years in any semester; Provided further that in case a candidate fails to accumulate required number of credits to obtain the degree within 8 semesters from the date of his/her first admission, he/she shall cease to be a regular student. He/she may be permitted by the Academic Council to appear at the immediately following End Semester Examinations of first and/or second and/or third and/or fourth semester(s), as the case may be, as an ex-student only if he/she has undergone a regular course of study in third and fourth semesters and has fulfilled attendance and other requirements of third and fourth semesters; Provided further that in no case a regular candidate shall be allowed to appear in the examination beyond 10 semesters from the date of his/her first admission. However, a private candidate shall not be allowed to appear in the examination to complete the degree requirements beyond 12 semesters from the date of his/her first admission (d) A candidate pursuing a regular course of study promoted to third/fourth semester can not receive instruction or undertake sessional work in any course of the first/second semester. However, a candidate while studying as a regular student of third/fourth semester, may appear in the End Semester Examination of the backlog courses of first/second semester, as the case may be. (e) A candidate who fails to obtain minimum required marks to pass the courses at the first and/or third semester examinations, or is unable to take that examination for reasons beyond his/her control, may be allowed to pursue the course of study for the second and/or fourth semester examination as the case may be, subject to the permission by the Dean of the Faculty of Commerce. (f) No candidate shall be eligible for M.Com. degree unless he/she has passed in all courses of the first, second, third and fourth semester examinations. 8. The division in which a successful candidate is to be placed shall be determined on the basis of aggregate marks obtained by him/her in all the four semester examinations taken together. Candidates who obtain 60% of the aggregate marks or more shall be placed in the First Division, those who obtain less than 60% but not less than 50% of the total marks shall be placed in the Second Division and those who secure less than 50% of the aggregate marks shall be placed in the Third Division. If any regular candidate who passes first, second, third and fourth semester examinations but wishes to improve his/her performance, may re-appear at the End Semester Examination in not more than 25% theory courses, not later than one year after the declaration of his/her result of passing the complete course. There shall be no improvement in the sessional work/viva-voce/project/ dissertation marks. The marks awarded to him/her for the sessional work/viva voce/project/ dissertation during his/her regular course of study shall be taken into consideration. Such candidates shall not be provided hostel accommodation, Provided that such permission for improvement shall be granted only once, and subject to the condition that the candidate is not pursuing or undergoing any other course of study in the meanwhile; Provided further that if the candidate fails to improve his/her performance, the marks sheet and/or degree awarded to him/her earlier shall not be withdrawn.

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TRANSITORY ORDINANCES TO CHAPTER XXIII(G) (for M.Com.) Amendment for M.Com. (Finance and Accounting/International Business)
The last examination for regular candidates in the Faculty of Commerce as per Chapter XXIII of Ordinances (Academic) for M.Com. shall be held as under: M.Com. (Previous) _____ 2004 M.Com. (Final) _____ 2005 Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, candidates who fail in the above mentioned examinations and are appearing at the next corresponding examination shall be governed by the following Ordinances. (i) Candidates who are admitted to M.Com. degree programme in the Session 2003-2004 or earlier under Chapter XXIII of the Ordinances (Academic) but due to shortage of attendance or otherwise could not appear in M. Com. (Previous) Examination may be permitted to pursue M.Com. degree programme afresh within the prescribed time limit under new Chapter XXIII(G) of the Ordinances (Academic) provided that such candidates give an undertaking to abide by the Ordinances, Regulations and Rules prescribed for the purpose. There shall be no further continuation/re-admission to I semester M.Com. degree course as regular candidate. Candidates who are admitted to M.Com. degree programme in the session 2003-2004 or earlier under Chapter XXIII of the Ordinances (Academic) but due to shortage of attendance or otherwise, could not appear at M.Com. (Final) Examination, may be allowed to pursue their studies in M.Com. (Final) under Chapter XXIII(G) of the Ordinances (Academic) as regular students. They shall be governed by the Ordinances (Academic) under Chapter XXIII(G) effective from the session 20042005. For such candidates, the result and division etc. shall be based on the performance of M.Com. (Previous) under old scheme of teaching and examination (Chapter XXIII) and the performance of M.Com. (III & IV Semesters) under the Chapter XXIII(G) of the Ordinances (Academic). For such candidates there shall be no further continuation/re-admission in III Semester M.Com. degree programme as regular candidate after the expiry of four academic sessions from the date of admission to the M.Com. degree programme. However, a candidate may be permitted by Academic Council, on the recommendations of the Chairman of the Department and the Dean, Faculty of Commerce to appear as an ex-student in the uncleared courses after the expiry of four academic years. There shall be no equivalent course/subject under Chapter XXIII(G) of the Ordinances (Academic) in lieu of the course/subject of old scheme of teaching and examination schedule under Chapter XXIII. A candidate who has failed in the course(s) / subject(s) under the old scheme of Annual System under Chapter XXIII shall be required to clear his/her uncleared course(s)/subject(s) of old scheme of teaching examination. For such candidates, the sessional marks obtained earlier as regular candidates shall be taken into account at the subsequent examinations. The marks of the courses in which the candidate has already passed shall be carried forward. Private candidates who were enrolled and have been allowed to appear in M.Com. (Previous) Examination, 2003-2004 or earlier under Chapter XXIII of the Ordinances (Academic) but have

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

OM.No. XM/SPA/FN-57(XII)/II-444 dated 28.11.2006. OM. No. XM/SPA/FNo. 75/II-278 dated 27/28.3.2006.

137 been eligible for appearing at M.Com. (Final) Examination, may be allowed to enrol as private candidates afresh under Chapter XXIII(G) for M.Com. (Semester System); provided that such candidates shall abide by the Ordinances (Academic), Regulations and Rules under semester system for the purpose. (v) Private candidates who were enrolled in the session 2003-2004 or earlier under Chapter XXIII of the Ordinances (Academic) but could not appear at M.Com. (Final) Examination, may be allowed to appear in M.Com. (Final) Examination under Chapter XXIII(G) (Semester System). For such candidates, the result and division etc. shall be based on the performance of M.Com. (Previous) under Old Scheme of Teaching and Examination (Annual System) and the performance of M.Com. (III and IV Semesters) under New Scheme of Teaching and Examination (Semester System). However, private candidates may be permitted by Academic Council to appear in the uncleared courses after the expiry of four academic years.

(vi) Candidates admitted in the session 2004 2005 or earlier shall be awarded M.Com. degree without specialization if all the requirements for the award of degree have been fulfilled.

OM. No. XM/SPA/FNo. 75/II-278 dated 27/28.3.2006. OM. No. XM/SPA/FN-57(XII)/II-444 dated 28.11.2006.

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CHAPTER-XXIII(H) FOR M.A. (UNDER SEMESTER SYSTEM) (in the Faculty of Arts / Social Sciences) (Effective from the Session 2004-2005)
1. The degree of M.A. shall be awarded to a candidate who has passed B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. (Hons.) or Pass examination of this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent and has undergone a regular course of study for not less than two academic years comprising of four semesters and has fulfilled all requirements including attendance of the first, second, third and fourth semesters; Provided that it shall be open to the University to prescribe that in order to be eligible for admission to a course of study leading to the M.A. degree in the Faculty of Arts/Social Sciences in a particular subject, the candidate should have obtained the Bachelors degree with a particular subject as the main subject and/or with a particular set of subjects or to deem or not to deem candidates with the Bachelors degree in a field or a particular set of subjects to be eligible for admission to the M.A. degree course in a particular subject or several or all subjects in the concerned Faculty. Private candidates as defined in Chapter XVII(A) of the Ordinances (Academic) may appear at the M.A examination, provided they fulfil the eligibility conditions prescribed for admission to regular candidates with the conditions laid down in Chapter XVII(A) of Ordinances (Academic) The candidates may offer one of the following subjects for the Masters degree: M.A. (From the Faculty of Social Sciences): (i) Economics (ii) Education (iii) History (iv) Human Rights (Not for private candidates) (v) Islamic Studies (vi) Political Science (vii) Psychology (viii) Public Administration (ix) Sociology (x) West Asian Studies B. M.A. (From the Faculty of Arts): (i) Arabic (ii) English Literature (iii) English Language Teaching (ELT) (Not for private candidates) (iv) Hindi (v) Linguistics (vi) Persian (vii) Philosophy (viii) Sanskrit (ix) Urdu (x) Modern Indian Languages (Bengali, Malyalam, Telugu and Tamil) A. 2. (a) A candidate shall be required to take a number of courses (ordinarily five in each semester) in a Department in accordance with the decisions of the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Board of Studies of the concerned Department and the Faculty. The courses shall carry specified number of credits and marks.

O.M. No. XM/PS/FN 63/II-77 dated 6.4.2005.

139 (b) In order to be eligible for the award of the M.A. degree, a candidate shall have to pass in semester examinations so as to acquire/accumulate 80 credits distributed in four semesters of 20 credits each alongwith 2 credits each for viva-voce examinations at the end of II and IV semesters (ie to accumulate a total of 84 credits for the award of M.A. degree), in the manner as specified in Clause (6) below; Provided that in the subjects of Education and Psychology, there shall be practical courses of two or four credits each as specified by the Board of Studies concerned and the Faculty of Social Science. Private candidates shall have to undertake practicals in the manner prescribed in Chapter XVII(A). If a candidate wishes to accumulate additional credits by regular study in the course(s) apart from the prescribed courses in the same Department or in any other Department in the concerned Faculty or in any other Faculty, he/she may be permitted with the consent of the Department and the Faculty concerned. The M.A. examination in a course shall comprise of End Semester Examination in Theory/ Practical course and sessional work and/or practical work and/or project/dissertation and/or seminar and/or viva-voce examinations as prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the concerned Board of Studies and the Faculty. There shall be continuous evaluation consisting of sessional work spread over the semester, followed by End Semester Examinations at the end of each semester. The allocation of marks in various components of evaluation for each course shall be as follows: Sessional Work : 25% marks End Semester Examination : 75% marks Sessional work in each course shall be based on tutorial assignments/seminar/group discussion/essay writing/ class tests/practical work (if any) or as specified by the concerned Board of Studies of Department. The duration of examination of all courses shall be as decided by the Board of Studies of the concerned Department and the Faculty. The syllabus of various courses shall specify major topics to be taught during a semester. Ordinarily, the topics to be distributed among three/four distinct units shall be such that the candidate shall have to answer three/four questions, one question from each unit. The Faculty on the recommendation of the Board of Studies of the Department may specify a different pattern for setting a question paper of a Theory course.

(c)

3.

(a)

(b)

4.

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

5.

The examination shall be open to candidates who have under gone a regular course of study in this University and have put in at least 75% attendance in all the theory, laboratory and other courses taken together in each semester. The examination shall also be open to the private candidates as defined in Chapter-XVII(A) of the Ordinances (Academic); Provided that the minimum attendance requirement of 75% shall also have to be fulfilled by the candidate for each additional course separately, so that he/she can appear in the End Semester Examination and perform sessional work/practicals (wherever prescribed) in the concerned additional course.

140 6. (a) To pass each of the theory/laboratory/project/seminar/viva-voce courses and to accumulate credits assigned to it, a candidate must obtain at least 36% of the total marks in sessional work and End Semester Examination, taken together;

Provided that a private candidate shall be exempted from sessional work. The marks obtained by such candidate in each End Semester Examination of the course shall be proportionately raised to the maximum marks allotted to that course. (b) A candidate, who fails to obtain the minimum required marks to pass in a course, may be allowed to appear only at the subsequent End Semester Examination prescribed for that course. The marks awarded at the subsequent examination and the sessional marks obtained earlier as a regular student shall be taken into account. The marks of the courses in which the candidate has already passed shall be carried forward. For ex-students, as defined in Chapter-XVII(A) of the Ordinances (Academic), permitted to appear in a subsequent End Semester Examination, marks awarded in the sessionals/ practical work/ project/dissertation during their regular course of study shall be carried forward. In no case, supplementary or special examination shall be held.

(c)

(d) 7. (a)

A candidate who fails to put in at least 75% attendance in the I semester shall not be allowed to pursue the studies in II semester. Such candidate may apply to the Dean of the Faculty for re - registration in the I semester in the next academic session. A candidate who fails to put in at least 75% attendance in the II semester shall not be promoted to III semester. Such candidate may apply to the Dean of the concerned Faculty for re-registration in the II semester in the next academic session. A regular student who fails to put in at least 75% attendance in the III/IV semester, may apply to the Dean of the concerned Faculty for re-registration in the III/IV semester in the next academic session within the maximum permissible period of four academic sessions from the date of his/her admission. (b) A candidate who puts in 75% attendance in the I and II semesters separately but fails to acquire 20 credits in the I and II semester examinations taken together shall not be promoted to the III semester. He/she shall cease to be a regular student;

Provided that the performance of candidate in viva-voce examination at the end of II semester examination shall not be taken into consideration for his/her promotion to III semester. However, he/she may appear as an ex - student only in End Semester Examination of the course(s) in which he/she has failed, at the next semester examination. An ex-student who thus having ceased to be a regular student, acquires the minimum number of credits for promotion to III semester, shall re-register himself/herself as a regular student for appearing at the examination of III semester; Provided that a regular candidate who having fulfilled the minimum attendance requirement, fails to secure the required number of credits for promotion to the III semester, may apply for re-registration as a regular student in the I or/and II Semester(s). He/she shall have to fulfil the attendance requirement afresh and shall again perform sessional work and practicals and shall appear in the End Semester Examination of all the courses at the next examination of I and II semesters, any marks obtained in the immediately preceding year and the attendance being disregarded. Similarly, a regular candidate who having fulfilled the minimum attendance requirement, fails to secure the required number of credits for obtaining the degree, may also apply for re-registration as a regular student in III and/or IV semester. He/she shall have to fulfil the attendance requirement afresh and

141 shall again perform sessional work and practicals/ project and shall appear in all End Semester Examination of the courses at the next examination of III and/or IV Semester, any marks obtained in the immediately preceding year and the attendance being disregarded. But no candidate shall be permitted to continue as a regular student for more than two times in any semester; Provided further that in case a candidate fails to accumulate required number of credits to obtain the degree within 8 semesters from the date of his/her first admission, he/she shall cease to be a regular student. He/she may be permitted to appear at the next immediately following End Semester Examinations of I and/or II and/or of III and/or IV semester courses, as the case may be, as an exstudent permitted by the Academic Council only if he has undergone a regular course of study in III and IV semesters and after having fulfilled attendance and other requirements of III and IV semesters; Provided further that in no case a regular candidate shall be allowed to appear in the examination beyond 10 semesters from the date of his/her first admission. However, a private candidate shall not be allowed to appear in the examination to complete the degree requirements beyond 12 semesters from the date of his/her first admission (c) A candidate pursuing a regular course of study promoted to III/ IV semester can not receive instruction or undertake sessional work in any course of the I/ II semester; Provided that a candidate while studying as a regular student of III/IV semester, may appear in the End Semester Examination of the backlog courses of I/II semester as the case may be. (d) A candidate who fails to obtain minimum required marks to pass in the courses at the I or/and III semester examinations, or is unable to take that examination for reasons beyond his/her control may be allowed to pursue the course of study for the II and /or IV semester examination as the case may be. No candidate shall be eligible for M.A. degree in a subject unless he/she has passed in all courses for the I,II,III and IV semester examinations.

(e)

8.

The division in which a successful candidate is to be placed shall be determined on the basis of aggregate marks obtained by him/her in all the four semester examinations taken together. Candidates who obtain 60% of the aggregate marks or more shall be placed in the First Division, those who obtain less than 60% but not less than 50% of the aggregate marks shall be placed in the Second Division and those who secure less than 50% of the aggregate marks shall be placed in the Third Division; Provided that the accumulated credits of additional course(s) by the candidate shall not be counted towards Division. If any regular candidate passes I, II, III and IV semester examinations and wishes to improve his/her performance, he/she may appear at the End Semester Examination of not more than 25% of the Theory Courses at the End Semester Examinations concerned not later than one year after the declaration of his/her result on passing the complete examination. There shall be no improvement in the sessional work/ practicals/ viva-voce/ project/dissertation/ seminar. The marks awarded to him/her for the sessional work and practical examination during his/her regular course of study shall be carried forward. Such candidates shall not be allowed hostel accommodation; Provided that such permission shall be granted only once, and that the candidate is not perusing any other course of study in the meanwhile; Provided further that if the candidate fails to improve his/her performance, the marks sheet and/or degree awarded to him/her earlier shall not be withdrawn.

9.

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-550 dated 05.04.2007

142

TRANSITORY ORDINANCES TO CHAPTER XXIII(H) (for M.A. in the Faculty of Arts/Social Sciences)
The last examination for regular candidates in the Faculty of Arts/Social Sciences as per Chapter XXIII of Ordinances (Academic) for M.A. shall be held as under: M.A. (Previous) _____ 2004 M.A. (Final) _____ 2005 Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, candidates who fail in the above mentioned examinations and are appearing at the next corresponding examination shall be governed by the following Ordinances. (i) Candidates who are admitted to M.A. degree programme in the Session 2003-2004 or earlier under Chapter XXIII of the Ordinances (Academic) but due to shortage of attendance or otherwise could not appear in M.A. (Previous) Examination, may be permitted to pursue M.A. degree programme afresh within the prescribed time limit under new Chapter XXIII(H) of the Ordinances (Academic) provided that such candidates give an undertaking to abide by the Ordinances, Regulations and Rules prescribed for the purpose. There shall be no further continuation/re-admission to I semester M.A. degree course as regular candidate. Candidates who are admitted to M.A. degree programme in the session 2003-2004 or earlier under Chapter XXIII of the Ordinances (Academic) but due to shortage of attendance or otherwise, could not appear at M.A. (Final) Examination, may be allowed to pursue their studies in M.A. (Final) under Chapter XXIII(H) of the Ordinances (Academic) as regular students. They shall be governed by the Ordinances (Academic) under Chapter XXIII(H) effective from the session 2004-2005. For such candidates, the result and division etc. shall be based on the performance of M.A. (Previous) under old scheme of teaching and examination (Chapter XXIII) and the performance of M.A. (III & IV Semesters) under the Chapter XXIII(H) of the Ordinances (Academic). For such candidates there shall be no further continuation/re-admission in III Semester M.A. degree programme as regular candidate after the expiry of four academic sessions from the date of admission to the M.A. degree programme. However, a candidate may be permitted by Academic Council, on the recommendations of the Chairman of the Department and the Dean of the concerned Faculty to appear as an ex-student in the uncleared courses after the expiry of four academic years. There shall be no equivalent course/subject under Chapter XXIII(H) of the Ordinances (Academic) in lieu of the course/subject of old scheme of teaching and examination schedule under Chapter XXIII. A candidate who has failed in the course(s) / subject(s) under the old scheme of Annual System under Chapter XXIII shall be required to clear his/her uncleared course(s)/subject(s) of old scheme of teaching examination. For such candidates, the sessional marks obtained earlier as regular candidates shall be taken into account at the subsequent examinations. The marks of the courses in which the candidate has already passed shall be carried forward. Private candidates who were enrolled and have been allowed to appear in M.A. (Previous) Examination, 2003-2004 or earlier under Chapter XXIII of the Ordinances (Academic) but have been eligible for appearing at M.A. (Final) Examination, may be allowed to enrol as private candidates afresh under Chapter XXIII(H) for M.A. (Semester System); provided that such candidates shall abide by the Ordinances (Academic), Regulations and Rules under semester system for the purpose.

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

OM. No. XM/SPA/FNo. 75/II-278 dated 27/28.3.2006.

143 (v) Private candidates who were enrolled in the session 2003-2004 or earlier under Chapter XXIII of the Ordinances (Academic) but could not appear at M.A. (Final) Examination, may be allowed to appear in M.A. (Final) Examination under Chapter XXIII(H) (Semester System). For such candidates, the result and division etc. shall be based on the performance of M.A. (Previous) under Old Scheme of Teaching and Examination (Annual System) and the performance of M.A. (III and IV Semesters) under New Scheme of Teaching and Examination (Semester System), However, private candidates may be permitted by Academic Council to appear in the uncleared courses after the expiry of four academic years.

OM. No. XM/SPA/FNo. 75/II-278 dated 27/28.3.2006.

144

CHAPTER-XXIII(J) FOR Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A) (UNDER SEMESTER SYSTEM) (in the Faculty of Arts) (Effective from the Session 2004-2005)
1. The degree of Master of Fine Arts shall be awarded to a candidate who has passed BFA (Four Year Course) examination of this University or has passed B.A. (Hons.) in Fine Arts provided he/she has successfully completed either 1-year Pre-M.F.A. (Bridge course) or 1-year Diploma in Applied Arts or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent and has undergone a regular course of study for not less than two academic years comprising of four semesters and has fulfilled all requirements including attendance of the first, second, third and fourth semesters.

2.(a) A candidate shall be required to take a five theory and practical courses during each semester in accordance with the decisions of the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Board of Studies of Department of Fine Arts and the Faculty of Arts. The courses shall carry four credits of 100 marks or two credits of 50 marks each. (b) In order to be eligible for the award of the MFA degree, a candidate shall have to pass in semester examinations so as to acquire/accumulate 80 credits distributed in four semesters of 20 credits each alongwith 2 credits each for dissertation and viva-voce examinations at the end of IV semester (ie to accumulate a total of 84 credits for the award of M.F.A. degree), in the manner as specified in Clause (6) below; 3.(a) The courses, the credits and marks allotted to each course shall be as prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Board of Studies of the Department of Fine Arts and the Faculty of Arts. (b) Each course shall comprise of End Semester Examination and sessional work and/or practicals and/or project/dissertation and/or viva-voce examinations as prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Board of Studies of the Department of Fine Arts and the Faculty of Arts. 4.(a) There shall be continuous evaluation in each course consisting of sessional work and/or practical work spread over the entire semester, followed by End Semester Examinations at the end of each semester. (b) The allocation of marks in various components of evaluation for each theory /practical course/dissertation /project etc. shall be as follows: Sessional Work : 25% End Semester Examination : 75% (c) Sessional work in each course shall be as specified by the Board of Studies of the Department of Fine Arts and the Faculty of Arts. 5. The examination shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study in this University and have put in at least 75% attendance in all the theory, practical and other courses taken together in each semester.

O.M. No. XM/SPA/ II-196 dated 24/30.10.2005.

145 6.(a) To pass each of the theory/practical/project/dissertation/viva-voce courses and to accumulate credits assigned to it, a candidate must obtain at least 40% of the total marks in sessional work and End Semester Examination, taken together and 50% of the aggregate marks of all the four semesters. A candidate who has cleared all the courses of all the four semesters but fails to obtain required percentage of the aggregates marks of all the four semesters for the award of Masters degree in Fine Arts, shall appear as an ex-student at the subsequent examinations in the End Semester Examination component of one or more theory and/or practical courses. The sessional marks awarded earlier during his/her regular course of study shall be carried forward. (b) A candidate who fails to obtain the minimum required marks to pass in a course may be allowed to appear only at the subsequent End Semester Examination prescribed for that course. In no case, supplementary or special examination shall be held. The marks awarded at the subsequent examination and the sessional marks obtained earlier as a regular student shall be taken into account. The marks of the courses in which the candidate has already passed shall be carried forward. (c) For ex-students, as defined in Chapter-XVII(A) of the Ordinances (Academic), permitted to appear in a subsequent End Semester Examination, sessional marks awarded in various courses during their regular course of study shall be carried forward.

7.(a) A candidate who fails to put in at least 75% attendance in the I semester shall not be allowed to pursue the studies in II semester. Such candidate may apply to the Dean of the Faculty for re registration in the I semester in the next academic session. A candidate who fails to put in at least 75% attendance in the II semester shall not be promoted to III semester. Such candidate may apply to the Dean of the concerned Faculty for re-registration in the II semester in the next academic session. A regular student who fails to put in at least 75% attendance in the III/IV semester, may apply to the Dean of the concerned Faculty for re-registration in the III/IV semester in the next academic session within the maximum permissible period of four academic sessions. (b) A candidate who puts in 75% attendance in the I and II semesters separately but fails to acquire 20 credits in the I and II semester examinations taken together shall not be promoted to the III semester. He/she shall cease to be a regular student; Provided that the performance of candidate in viva-voce examination at the end of II semester examination shall not be taken into consideration for his/her promotion to III semester. However, he/she may appear as an ex - student only in End Semester Examination of the course(s) in which he/she has failed, at the next semester examinations. An ex-student who thus having ceased to be a regular student, acquires the minimum number of credits for promotion to III semester, shall re-register himself/herself as a regular student for appearing at the examination of III semester; Provided that a regular candidate who having fulfilled the minimum attendance requirement, fails to secure the required number of credits for promotion to the III semester, may apply for re-registration as a regular student in the I or/and II Semester(s). He/she shall have to fulfil the attendance requirement afresh and shall again perform sessional work and practicals and shall appear in the End Semester Examination of all the courses at the next examination of I and/or II semester. Any marks obtained in the immediately preceding year and the attendance shall be disregarded. Similarly a regular candidate who having fulfilled the minimum attendance requirement, fails to secure the required number of credits for obtaining the degree, may also apply for re-registration as a regular

146 student in III and/or IV semester. He/she shall have to fulfil the attendance requirement afresh and shall again perform sessional work and practicals/project and shall appear in all End Semester Examination of the courses at the next examination of III and/or IV Semester, any marks obtained in the immediately preceding year and the attendance shall be disregarded. But no candidate shall be permitted to continue as a regular student for more than two consecutive years in any semester; Provided further that in case a candidate fails to accumulate required number of credits to obtain the degree within 8 semesters from the date of his/her first admission, he/she shall cease to be a regular student. He/she may be permitted to appear at the immediately following End Semester Examinations of I and/or II and/or of III and/or IV semester courses, as the case may be, as an exstudent if he/she has undergone a regular course of study in III and IV semesters and after having fulfilled attendance and other requirements of III and IV semesters; Provided further that in no case a candidate shall be allowed to appear in the examination beyond 10 semesters from the date of his/her first admission. (c) A candidate pursuing a regular course of study and promoted to III/ IV semester can not receive instruction or undertake sessional work in any course of the I/ II semester; Provided that a candidate while studying as a regular student of III/IV semester, may appear in the End Semester Examination of the backlog courses of I/II semester as the case may be.

(d) A candidate who fails to obtain minimum required marks to pass in the courses at the I or/and III semester examinations, or is unable to take that examination for reasons beyond his/her control may be allowed to pursue the course of study for the II and /or IV semester examination as the case may be. 8. The division in which a successful candidate is to be placed shall be determined on the basis of aggregate marks obtained by him/her in all the four semester examinations taken together. Candidates who obtain 60% of the aggregate marks or more shall be placed in the First Division and those who obtain less than 60% but not less than 50% of the aggregate marks shall be placed in the Second Division. If any regular candidate passes I, II, III and IV semester examinations and wishes to improve his/her performance, he/she may appear at the End Semester Examination in not more than 25% of the Theory & Practical courses not later than one year after the declaration of his/her result on passing the complete examination. There shall be no improvement in the sessional work/viva-voce/ project/dissertation/seminar. The marks awarded to him/her for the sessional work during his/her regular course of study shall be carried forward. Such candidates shall not be allowed hostel accommodation; Provided that such permission shall be granted only once, and that the candidate is not pursuing or undergoing any other course of study in the meanwhile; Provided further that if the candidate fails to improve his/her performance, the marks sheet and/or degree awarded to him/her earlier shall not be withdrawn.

9.

147 TRANSITORY ORDINANCES TO CHAPTER XXIII(J) (for MFA in the Faculty of Arts) 1. Candidates who have obtained BA (Hons.) in Fine Arts degree and those who have passed B.A. (Hons.) with Fine Arts as a subsidiary subject and one year Diploma in Applied Arts may be considered for admission to MFA degree programme for the session 2004 2005. The last Examination for regular candidates in the Faculty of Arts as per Chapter XXIII(D) of Ordinances (Academic) for MFA shall be held as under: MFA (Previous) MFA (Final) _____ 2004 _____ 2005

2.

Not withstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, candidates who fail in the above mentioned Examinations and are appearing at the next corresponding Examination shall be governed by the following Ordinances. (i) Candidates who are admitted to MFA degree programme in the Session 2003-2004 or earlier under Chapter XXIII(D) of the Ordinances (Academic) but due to shortage of attendance or otherwise could not appear in MFA (Previous) Examination may be permitted to pursue their studies afresh within prescribed time limit under new Chapter XXIII(J) of the Ordinances (Academic); provided that such candidates given an undertaking to abide by the Ordinances, Regulations and Rules prescribed for the purpose. There shall be no further continuation/re-admission to I Semester MFA degree course as regular candidate. Candidates who are admitted to MFA degree programme in the session 2003-2004 or earlier under Chapter XXIII(D) of the Ordinances (Academic) but due to shortage of attendance or otherwise, could not appear at MFA (Final) Examination, may be allowed to pursue their studies in MFA (Final) under Chapter XXIII(J) of the Ordinances (Academic) as regular students. They shall be governed by the Ordinances (Academic) under Chapter XXIII(J) effective from the session 20042005. For such candidates, the result and division etc. shall be based on the performance of MFA (Previous) under old scheme of teaching and examination (Chapter XXIII(D)) and the performance of MFA (III & IV Semesters) under the Chapter XXIII(J) of the Ordinances (Academic). For such candidates there shall be no further continuation/re-admission in III Semester MFA degree programme as regular candidate after the expiry of four academic sessions from the date of admission to the MFA degree programme. However, the candidate may be permitted by Academic Council, on the recommendations of the Chairman of the Department of Fine Arts and the Dean of the Faculty of Arts to appear as an ex-student in the uncleared courses after the expiry of four academic years. There shall be no equivalent course/subject under Chapter XXIII(J) of the Ordinances (Academic) in lieu of the course/subject of old scheme of teaching and examination schedule under Chapter XXIII(D). A candidate who has failed in the course(s) / subject(s) under the old scheme of Annual System under Chapter XXIII(D) shall be required to clear his/her uncleared course(s)/subject(s) of old scheme of teaching examination. For such candidates, the sessional marks obtained earlier as regular candidates shall be taken into account at the subsequent examinations. The marks of the courses in which the candidate has already passed shall be carried forward.

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(iii)

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CHAPTER-XXIII(K) Master of Physical Education (MPE) in the Faculty of Social Science (Under Semester System) (Effective from the Session 2004-2005)
1.(a) The degree of Master of Physical Education (MPE) shall be awarded to a candidate who has passed B.A./B.Sc.(Hons.) in Physical Health and Sports/Bachlor of Physical Education (BPE) degree of this University or an examination recognised by the University as its equivalent with not less 50% marks in aggregate and has undergone a regular course of study for not less than two academic years comprising of four semesters and has fulfilled all requirements including attendance of the first, second, third and fourth semesters. (b) Candidates seeking admission to MPE course will be selected on merit based on the Departmental Aptitude and, Physical Fitness Test and aggregate marks at the qualifying examination. 2.(a) A candidate shall be required to take a number of courses (five courses in each semester) in accordance with the decision of the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Board of Studies of the Department of Physical Health and Sports Education and the Faculty of Social Science. The courses shall carry specified number of credits and marks. (b) In order to be qualified for the award of degree of Master of Physical Education, a candidate shall have to pass in all the four semester examinations so as to accumulate 80 credits distributed in four semesters of 20 credits each alongwith four credits for viva-voce examinations in the manner as specified in Clause (6) below. The MPE examination in a course shall comprise of End Semester Examination and sessional work and/or practical work and/or project/dissertation and/or viva-voce examinations as prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Board of Studies of Department of Physical Health and Sports Education and the Faculty of Social Science.

3.

4.(a) There shall be continuous evaluation consisting of sessional work spread over the semester, followed by End Semester Examinations at the end of each semester. (b) The allocation of marks in various components of evaluation for each course shall be as follows: Sessional Work : 25% marks End Semester Examination : 75% marks (c) Sessional work in each course shall be based on tutorial assignments/seminar/group discussion/ essay writing/ class tests/practical work (if any) or as specified by the concerned Board of Studies, of the Department of Physical Health and Sports Education. 5. The examination shall be open to candidates who have under gone a regular course of study in this University and have put in at least 75% attendance in all the theory, practial and other courses taken together in each semester.

6.(a) To pass each of the theory/practical/project/dissertation/viva-voce courses and to accumulate credits assigned to it, a candidate must obtain at least 40% of the total marks in sessional work and End Semester Examination, taken together;

O.M. No. XM/SPA/II-196 dated 24/30.10.2005.

149 (b) A candidate who fails to obtain the minimum required marks to pass in a course may be allowed to appear only at the subsequent End Semester Examination prescribed for that course. The marks awarded at the subsequent examination and the sessional marks obtained earlier as a regular student shall be taken into account. The marks of the courses in which the candidate has already passed shall be carried forward. (c) For ex-students, as defined in Chapter-XVII(A) of the Ordinances (Academic), permitted to appear in a subsequent End Semester Examination, marks awarded in the sessionals/ practical work/ project/dissertation during their regular course of study shall be carried forward.

(d) In no case, supplementary or special examination shall be held. 7.(a) A candidate who fails to put in at least 75% attendance in the I semester shall not be allowed to pursue the studies in II semester. Such candidate may apply to the Dean of the Faculty for re registration in the I semester in the next academic session. A candidate who fails to put in at least 75% attendance in the II semester shall not be promoted to III semester. Such candidate may apply to the Dean of the Faculty for re-registration in the II semester in the next academic session. A regular student who fails to put in at least 75% attendance in the III/IV semester, may apply to the Dean of the Faculty for re-registration in the III/IV semester in the next academic session within the maximum permissible period of four academic sessions from the date of his/her admission. (b) A candidate who puts in 75% attendance in the I and II semesters separately but fails to acquire 20 credits in the I and II semester examinations taken together shall not be promoted to the III semester. He/she shall cease to be a regular student; Provided that the performance of candidate in viva-voce examination at the end of II semester examination shall not be taken into consideration for his/her promotion to III semester. However, he/she may appear as an ex - student only in End Semester Examination of the course(s) in which he/she has failed, at the next semester examinations. A candidate who thus having ceased to be a regular student, acquires the minimum number of credits for promotion to III semester, shall re-register himself/herself as a regular student for appearing at the examination of III semester; Provided that a regular candidate who having fulfilled the minimum attendance requirement, fails to secure the required number of credits for promotion to the III semester, may apply for re-registration as a regular student in the I or/and II semester(s). He/she shall have to fulfil the attendance requirement afresh and shall again perform sessional work and practicals and shall appear in the End Semester Examination of all the courses at the next examination of I and II semesters. Any marks obtained in the immediately preceding year and the attendance shall be disregarded. Similarly a regular candidate who having fulfilled the minimum attendance requirement, fails to secure the required number of credits for obtaining the degree, may also apply for re-registration as a regular student in III and/or IV semester. He/she shall have to fulfil the attendance requirement afresh and shall again perform sessional work and practicals/ project etc and shall appear in all End Semester Examination of the courses at the next examination of III and/or IV Semester. Any marks obtained in the immediately preceding year and the attendance shall be disregarded. But no candidate shall be permitted to continue as a regular student for more than two consecutive years in any semester; Provided further that in case, a candidate fails to accumulate required number of credits to obtain the degree within 8 semesters from the date of his/her first admission, he/she shall cease to be a regular student. He/she may be permitted to appear at the immediately following End Semester

150 Examinations of I and/or II and/or of III and/or IV semester courses, as the case may be, as an exstudent permitted by the Academic Council only if he/she has undergone a regular course of study in III and/or IV semesters and after having fulfilled attendance and other requirements of III and IV semesters; Provided further that in no case a candidate shall be allowed to appear in the examination beyond 10 semesters from the date of his/her first admission; (c) A candidate pursuing a regular course of study and promoted to III/ IV semester can not receive instruction or undertake sessional work in any course of the I/ II semester; Provided that a candidate while studying as a regular student of III/IV semester, may appear in the End Semester Examination of the backlog courses of I/II semester as the case may be. A candidate who fails to obtain minimum required marks to pass the courses at the I or/and III semester examinations, or is unable to take that examination for reasons beyond his/her control may be allowed to pursue the course of study for the II and /or IV semester examination as the case may be. No candidate shall be eligible for MPE degree unless he/she has passed all courses for the I,II,III and IV semester examinations. The division in which a successful candidate is to be placed shall be determined on the basis of aggregate marks obtained by him/her in all the four semester examinations taken together. Candidates who obtain 60% of the aggregate marks or more shall be placed in the First Division, those who obtain less than 60% but not less than 50% of the aggregate marks shall be placed in the Second Division and those who secure less than 50% of the aggregate marks shall be placed in the Third Division; If any regular candidate passes I, II, III and IV semester examinations and wishes to improve his/her performance, he/she may appear at the End Semester Examination of not more than 25% of the Theory Courses not later than one year after the declaration of his/her result on passing the complete examination. There shall be no improvement in the sessional work/ practicals/ viva-voce/ project/dissertation/ seminar. The marks awarded to him/her for the sessional work and practical examination during his/her regular course of study shall be carried forward. Such candidates shall not be allowed hostel accommodation; Provided that such permission shall be granted only once, and that the candidate is not pursuing or undergoing any other course of study in the meanwhile; Provided further that if the candidate fails to improve his/her performance, the marks sheet and/or degree awarded to him/her earlier shall not be withdrawn.

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9.

151 TRANSITORY ORDINANCES TO CHAPTER XXIII(K) (for MPE in the Faculty of Social Sciences)

The last examination for regular candidates in the Faculty of Social Sciences as per Chapter XXIII-C of Ordinances (Academic) for MPE shall be held as under: MPE (Previous) MPE (Final) _____ 2004 _____ 2005

Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, candidates who fail in the above mentioned Examinations and are appearing at the next corresponding Examination shall be governed by the following Ordinances. (i) Candidates who are admitted to MPE degree programme in the Session 2003-2004 or earlier under Chapter XXIII-C of the Ordinances (Academic) but due to shortage of attendance or otherwise could not appear in MPE (Previous) Examination, may be permitted to pursue their studies afresh within prescribed time limit under new Chapter XXIII(K) of the Ordinances (Academic); provided that such candidates give an undertaking to abide by the Ordinances, Regulations and Rules prescribed for the purpose. There shall be no further continuation/re-admission to I semester MPE degree course as regular candidate. Candidates who are admitted to MPE degree programme in the session 2003-2004 or earlier under Chapter XXIII-C of the Ordinances (Academic) but due to shortage of attendance or otherwise, could not appear at MPE (Final) Examination, may be allowed to pursue their studies in MPE (Final) under Chapter XXIII(K) of the Ordinances (Academic) as regular students. They shall be governed by the Ordinances (Academic) under Chapter XXIII(K)) effective from the session 20042005. For such candidates, the result and division etc. shall be based on the performance of MPE (Previous) under old scheme of teaching and examination (Chapter XXIII-C) and the performance of MPE (III & IV Semesters) under the Chapter XXIII(K) of the Ordinances (Academic). For such candidates there shall be no further continuation/re-admission in III Semester MPE degree programme as regular candidate after the expiry of four academic sessions from the date of admission to the MPE degree programme. However, a candidate may be permitted by Academic Council, on the recommendations of the Chairman of the Department and the Dean of the concerned Faculty to appear as an ex-student in the uncleared courses after the expiry of four academic years. (iii) There shall be no equivalent course/subject under Chapter XXIII(K) of the Ordinances (Academic) in lieu of the course/subject of old scheme of teaching and examination schedule under Chapter XXIII-C. A candidate who has failed in the course(s) / subject(s) under the old scheme of Annual System under Chapter XXIII-C shall be required to clear his/her uncleared course(s)/subject(s) of old scheme of teaching examination. For such candidates, the sessional marks obtained earlier as regular candidates shall be taken into account at the subsequent examinations. The marks of the courses in which the candidate has already passed shall be carried forward.

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O.M. No. XM/SPA/ II-196 dated 24/30.10.2005.

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CHAPTER XXIII(L) (a) (b) (c) M.Sc. (Agriculture) in Plant Protection/Microbiology and M.Tech. in Agricultural Process & Food Engineering Master of Agricultural Economics and Business Management (Semester System) (Effective from the Session 2005-2006)

1.

The degree of M.Sc. (Agriculture) in Plant Protection/Microbiology shall be awarded to a candidate who has passed B.Sc. (Agriculture)/B.Sc. (Microbiology)/B.Sc. (Biochemistry)/ B.Sc. (Life Sciences) Examination of this University or an Examination recognised by the University as its equivalent with Zoology, Botany & Chemistry of equal value or with Zoology/Botany/Chemistry as main/major subject and the other two as subsidiary subjects; OR The degree of M.Tech. in Agriculture Process & Food Engineering shall be awarded to a candidate who has passed B.Tech. degree in Agriculture/Chemical/Mechanical/Food/Dairy Engineering or M.Sc. in Physics/Chemistry/Industrial Chemistry alongwith B.Sc. degree Examination with Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics/Industrial Chemistry of this University or an Examination recognised by the University as its equivalent. OR The degree of Master in Agricultural Economics and Business Management (MAEBM) shall be awarded to a candidate who has passed Bachelors degree in any discipline of this University or an Examination recognised by the University at its equivalent. and has undergone a regular course of study for not less than two academic years comprising of four semesters and has fulfilled all the requirements including attendance of the first, second, third and fourth semesters; The Examination for M.Sc. (Agriculture) in Plant Protection/Microbiology, Master of Agricultural Economics and Business Management and M.Tech. in Agricultural Process & Food Engineering shall be open to: (a) candidates who have undergone a regular course of study in the University. (b) ex-students as defined in Chapter XVII(A) (Revised) of the Ordinances (Academic). (a) A candidate shall be required to take a number of courses in accordance with the decisions of the Academic Council based on the recommendations of the Board of Studies of the concerned Department and the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences. The courses shall carry specified number of credits. In order to be eligible for the award of the Masters Degree, a candidate shall have to pass in the semester examinations so as to acquire/accumulate atleast 64 or more credits (decided by the Board of Studies of the concerned Department/Faculty of the Agricultural Sciences and approved by the Academic Council) distributed in four semesters. There may be a provision of Educational Tour of 2 credits based on report and internal assessment. A semester shall normally be of 90 working days, and 1 period of teaching instruction per week for 1 credit of theory course and 2 periods per week for 1 credit practical/ laboratory course/project/dissertation.

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(c)

OM No. XM/SPA/II-368 dated 22/24.7.2006.

153 4. The credits and marks allotted to each theory course/practical course / project/dissertation/ seminar and viva-voce shall be as prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Board of Studies of the concerned Department and the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences. (a) In each semester, there shall be continuous evaluation consisting of sessional work spread over the semester, followed by the End Semester Examinations at the end of each semester. The allocation of marks for each theory course/practical course/project/dissertation shall be as follows:Sessional Work End Semester Examination 30% marks 70% marks 30% or 50%* marks 70% or 50%* marks

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(b)

Theory Course Practical Course/ Project/Dissertation/Seminar * (for Engineering based courses) (c)

Sessional work in each course shall be based on tutorial assignments and/or class test, and/or laboratory or project/dissertation report etc. or as specified by the Board of Studies of the respective Department and the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences. Students shall undertake educational tour as a part of a course and/or submit seminar and project reports once during the entire tenure of the course of study or degree programme on the recommendation of the Board of Studies of the concerned Department. The duration of examination in all courses shall be as decided by the concerned Board of Studies of the Department and the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences. Attendance in a course will be counted from the first day of the semester or a date announced by the Dean on the recommendations of Chairman of the respective Department. The admission of a student in Masters degree programme may be removed by the Dean of the Faculty, if he/she fails to report to classes continuously for 30 days without valid reasons. Such students may get re-admitted in the next academic session after the payment of prescribed re-admission and other fees, if allowed by the Dean of the Faculty. The examination shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study in this University and have put in at least 75% attendance in all theory/ practical and other courses taken together in each semester. To pass each of the theory courses/practical courses/project/dissertation/seminar/viva-voce and to accumulate/acquire credits assigned to it, a candidate must obtain at least 40% of the maximum marks in End Semester Examination and atleast 40% of the total marks of the sessionals and End Semester Examination of each course separately. A candidate who fails to obtain the minimum required marks to pass in a course may be allowed to appear only at the subsequent End Semester Examination prescribed for that course. In no case, supplementary or special examination shall be held. The marks awarded at the subsequent End Semester Examination and the sessional marks obtained earlier as a regular student shall be taken into account. The marks of the courses in which the candidate has already passed shall be carried forward.

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(b)

(c)

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(a)

(b)

(c)

154 (d) For ex-students, as defined in Chapter XVII(A) (Revised) of the Ordinances (Academic), permitted to appear in subsequent End Semester Examination, marks awarded earlier in sessionals/practical work/project/dissertation/viva-voce during their regular course of study shall be carried forward. A candidate who fails to put in atleast 75% attendance in the I semester shall not be allowed to pursue the studies in II semester. Such candidate may apply to the Dean of the Faculty for re-registration in the I semester in the next academic session. A candidate who fails to put in atleast 75% attendance in the II semester shall not be promoted to III semester. Such candidate may apply to the Dean of the Faculty for re-registration in the II semester in the next academic session. A candidate who puts in 75% attendance in the I and II semesters separately but fails to acquire/accumulate 50% of the prescribed credits in the I and II semester examinations taken together shall not be promoted to the III semester. He/she shall cease to be a regular student. However, he/she may appear as an ex-student only in End Semester Examination of the course(s) in which he/she has failed, at the next corresponding semester examinations and subject to permission by the Dean of Faculty of Agricultural Sciences at any further subsequent examinations. A candidate who thus having ceased to be a regular student, acquires the minimum number of credits for promotion to III semester, shall re-register himself/herself as a regular student for appearing at the III semester examination. Provided that a regular candidate who having fulfilled the minimum attendance requirement, fails to secure the required number of credits for promotion to the III semester, may apply for re-registration as a regular student in the I and/or II semester. He/she have to fulfil the attendance requirement afresh and shall again perform sessional work and practicals and shall appear in the End Semester Examination of all the courses at the next examination of I and II semesters. Any marks obtained in the immediately preceding year and the attendance shall be disregarded. Similarly a regular candidate who having fulfilled the minimum attendance requirements, fails to secure the required number of credits for obtaining the degree, may apply for re-registration as a regular student in III and/or IV semester. He/she shall have to fulfil the attendance requirement afresh and shall again perform sessional work and practicals/ project etc. and shall appear in all End Semester Examination of the courses at the next examination of III and/or IV semester. Any marks obtained in the immediately preceding year and the attendance shall be disregarded. But no candidate shall be permitted to continue as a regular student for more than two times in any semester; Provided further that in case, a candidate fails to accumulate required number of credits to obtain the degree within 8 semesters from the date of his/her admission, he/she shall cease to be a regular student. He/she may be permitted to appear at the immediately following end semester examinations of I and II and/or III and IV semester(s), as the case may be, as an exstudent permitted by the Academic Council, only if he has undergone a regular course of study in III and IV semesters and after having fulfilled the attendance and other requirements of III/IV semesters; Provided further that in no case, a candidate shall be allowed to appear in the examination beyond 10 semesters from the date of his/her admission;

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(a)

(b)

155 (c) A candidate pursuing a regular course of study, promoted to III/IV semester can not receive instruction or undertake sessional work in any course of the I/II semester. Provided that a candidate while studying as a regular student of III/IV semester, may appear in the End Semester Examination of the backlog courses of I/II semester as the case may be. A candidate who fails to obtain minimum required marks to pass the courses at the I or/and III semester examinations, or is unable to take that examination for reasons beyond his/her control may be allowed to pursue the course of study for the II and/or IV semester examination as the case may be, approved by the Dean of the Faculty. A candidate who fails to secure 75% credits of I, II and III End Semester Examination together shall not be allowed to submit project/dissertation. In case, such a candidate accumulates/acquire all backlog credits by the IV semester (within prescribed academic year), he/she may be allowed to submit the project/dissertation. She/he shall get the degree of the prescribed academic year provided viva-voce examination of the project/dissertation is held by 31 March of next year. However, such candidates shall not be considered for merit position/medal. No candidate shall be eligible for Masters Degree in a subject unless she/he has passed all courses in the I, II, III and IV Semester Examinations. The division in which a successful candidate is to be placed shall be determined on the basis of aggregate marks obtained by him/her in all the four semester examinations taken together. Candidates who secure 60% of the aggregate marks or more of four semesters in M.Sc. (Agriculture) shall be placed in the First Division, those who secure less than 60% but not less than 50% of the aggregate marks shall be placed in the Second Division. However, in case of M. Tech. (Agricultural Process and Food Engineering), the candidates who secure 65% of the aggregates marks or more in all the four semesters examinations taken together shall be placed in First Division and those who secure less than 65% but not less than 50% of the aggregate marks shall be placed in the Second Division. A candidate who secures 75% or more aggregate marks in all the four semesters taken together shall be placed in First Division with Honours. If a candidate fails to obtain 50% marks in aggregate in all the four semester examinations taken together for the award of degree, he/she may appear for improvement in the next subsequent End Semester Examinations only in one or more courses as an ex-student; Provided that the marks obtained earlier by the candidate for sessional work of theory or practical courses/project/dissertation/seminar/viva-voce examination shall be taken into account at the subsequent End Semester Examinations. (d) A candidate who has accumulated/acquired all credits of I, II, III, and IV semesters in first attempt as a regular student within the prescribed duration of four semesters from the date of admission shall be entitled for merit position/medal. A candidate may be issued a Specialization Certificate on the basis of project work/dissertation and/or special papers by the competent authority (Dean/Controller of Examinations) on the recommendations of the Chairman of the concerned Department.

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(e)

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156 10. A candidate may improve his/her marks if he/she passes I, II, III and IV semester examinations but secures less than 60% marks in aggregate in M.Sc. (Agriculture) or 65% in M. Tech., he/she may reappear as ex-student at the semester examinations concerned not later than one year after the declaration of his/her result of passing the course. There shall be no improvement of marks in the sessional work of theory and practical courses/viva-voce/project/dissertation/seminar. The marks awarded to him/her for the sessional work in a course/viva-voce during his/her regular course of study shall be taken into consideration. The permission for improvement shall be granted only once, and subject to the condition that the candidate is not persuing or undergoing any other course of study in the meanwhile. If the candidate fails to improve his/her performance, the marks sheet and/or degree awarded to him/her earlier shall not be withdrawn.

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TRANSITORY ORDINANCES TO CHAPTER XXIII(L) (for M.Sc. (Agriculture)/M.Tech. (Agricultural Process and Food Engineering) in the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences)
The last examination for regular candidates in the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences as per Chapter XXIII(A) of Ordinances (Academic) for M.Sc. (Agriculture)/M.Tech. (Agricultural Process & Food Engg.) shall be held as under: M.Sc. (Agriculture)/M.Tech. (Agricultural Process and Food Engg.) (Previous) 2005 M.Sc. (Agriculture)/M.Tech. (Agricultural Process and Food Engg.) (Final) 2006 Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, candidates who fail in the above mentioned examinations and are appearing at the next corresponding examination shall be governed by the following Ordinances. (i) Candidates who are admitted to M.Sc. (Agriculture)/M.Tech. (Agricultural Process & Food Engg.) degree programme in the Session 2004-2005 or earlier under Chapter XXIII(A) of the Ordinances (Academic) but due to shortage of attendance or otherwise could not appear in M.Sc. (Agriculture)/M.Tech. (Agricultural Process & Food Engg.) (I and/or II Semester) Examination, may be permitted to pursue their studies afresh within the prescribed time limit under new Chapter XXIII(AA) of the Ordinances (Academic); provided that such candidates give an undertaking to abide by the Ordinances, Regulations and Rules prescribed for the purpose. There shall be no further continuation/re-admission to I semester M.Sc. (Agriculture)/ M.Tech. (Agricultural Process & Food Engg.) degree course as regular candidate. Candidates who are admitted to M.Sc. (Agriculture)/M.Tech. (Agricultural Process & Food Engg.) degree programme in the session 2004-2005 or earlier under Chapter XXIII(A) of the Ordinances (Academic) but due to shortage of attendance or otherwise, could not appear at III and/or IV semester Examination of M.Sc. (Agriculture)/M.Tech. (Agricultural Process & Food Engg.), may be allowed to pursue their studies in M.Sc. (Agriculture)/M.Tech. (Agricultural Process & Food Engg.) under Chapter XXIII(AA) of the Ordinances (Academic) as regular students. They shall be governed by the Ordinances (Academic) under Chapter XXIII(AA) effective from the session 2005-2006. For such candidates, the result and division etc. shall be based on the performance of M.Sc. (Agriculture)/M.Tech. (Agricultural Process & Food Engg.) (I and II semester examination) under Chapter XXIII(A) and the performance of M.Sc. (Agriculture)/M.Tech. (Agricultural Process & Food Engg.) (III & IV semesters examination) under the Chapter XXIII(AA) of the Ordinances (Academic). For such candidates there shall be no further continuation/re-admission in III Semester M.Sc. (Agriculture)/M.Tech. (Agricultural Process & Food Engg.) degree programme as regular candidate after the expiry of four academic sessions from the date of admission to the M.Sc. (Agriculture)/M.Tech. (Agricultural Process & Food Engg.) degree programme. However, an eligible candidate may be permitted by Academic Council, on the recommendations of the Chairman of the Department and the Dean of the Faculty to appear as an ex-student in the uncleared courses after the expiry of four academic years. There shall be no equivalent course/subject under Chapter XXIII(AA) of the Ordinances (Academic) in lieu of the course/subject under Chapter XXIII(A). A candidate who has failed in the course(s) / subject(s) under Chapter XXIII(A) shall be required to clear his/her uncleared course(s)/subject(s) of old scheme of teaching and examination. For such candidates, the sessional marks obtained earlier as regular candidates shall be taken into account at the subsequent examinations. The marks of the courses in which the candidate has already passed shall be carried forward.

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CHAPTER XXIV MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY (M.Phil.)


1. A candidate will be eligible for admission to a course of study leading to the Degree of Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.), if he has passed the Masters Degree Examination (M.A., M.Sc. M.Com., M.Ed., M.Th., LL.M.) from this University or an equivalent examination recognized by this University, with not less than 50 per cent marks or equivalent grades, in a subject relevant to his field of research, subject to any further requirements for eligibility laid down by the Board of Studies concerned from time to time. Admission to the M.Phil, course shall be made not more than twice a year. The procedure for admission to the course of study leading to the Degree of M.Phil and the appointment of Supervisor/Co-supervisor shall be the same as prescribed in Clauses 2 and 3 of Chapter XXV of these Ordinances for admission to the course leading to the Ph.D. Degree. (a) In order to be eligible for the award of the Degree of Master of Philosophy, a candidate shall have to obtain 50 per cent of the maximum marks in (1) each of the prescribed papers separately (2) the dissertation and (3) the viva-voce examination. The break-up of the total maximum marks shall be as follows:Paper I (including sessional work and practicals, if any) Paper II (including sessional work and practicals, if any) Dissertation Viva-Voce Examination

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(b)

100 100 200 100

Provided that the candidates, who had been assigned only one paper carrying 200 marks (instead of two papers carrying 100 marks each, as per the existing Ordinances) by the Committee for Advanced Studies and Research before 27.4.1985, may be permitted to take the Examination as per the then existing Ordinances.

Provided further that the dissertation will be evaluated by each of the Examiners, as provided for under Clause 5, out of the maximum marks of 200 and the average of the marks awarded by the two examiners shall be taken as the final award. 4. The courses for the papers for the M.Phil Examination assigned to each candidate shall be recommended by the Board of Studies concerned and approved by the Committee for Advanced Studies and Research. The courses may include (a) Postgraduate Courses, or, wherever deemed necessary by the Board of Studies concerned, Undergraduate, Diploma or Certificate Courses; or (b) Courses especially designed by the said Board of Studies for M.Phil candidates, which may partly or entirely comprise reading assignments. Provided that the half courses or half papers, if any, shall count as equivalent to half M.Phil. papers only. The Examiners for the M.Phil. papers, dissertation and viva-voce shall be appointed in the same manner as prescribed in Clause 3 of Chapter XV of these Ordinances. Provided that where, in accordance with Clause 4, the courses for written papers are those of Postgraduate, Undergraduate, Diploma or Certificate Examination, the Examiners may ordinarily be the same as those appointed for such courses in the said Examinations.
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E.C.Res. No. 5 (para 95 of Part C of Appendix-III dt. 16.10.85. E.C. Res. No. 4(Para 47 Appendix C dated 21/22.2.87 and 27.3.1987.

159 Provided further that of the Examiners of each candidate in courses especially designed for M.Phil candidates, half shall be ordinarily those not in the employment of this University. Further provided that there shall be two Examiners for the dissertation, including the viva-voce, of whom at least one shall be a person not in the employment of the University; and that the Supervisor (and, failing him, the Co-supervisor, if any) shall ordinarily be one of the two Examiners; but in case the Supervisor/Co-supervisor is not available, another Examiner may be appointed. 6. A candidate shall be eligible for submitting his dissertation for the M.Phil Degree after he has pursued a full-time regular course of study for at least one year from the date of his admission, and his regular attendance and residence in Aligarh (or at a recognized Lab./Institution while working under a Co-supervisor), and satisfactory conduct are duly certified by the Department and the Provost of the Hall concerned, subject to the rules laid down by the Academic Council in this regard. Provided that a candidate shall be eligible to appear at the written examination after he has undergone a regular course of study for a period of ten months from the date of completion of his admission.
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Provided further that a candidate, who has been assigned Postgraduate/Undergraduate courses or Certificate/Diploma courses under Clause 4 of Chapter XXIV of the Ordinances (Academic) shall be eligible to appear at the written examination after he has undergone a regular course of study for one hundred eighty (180) days from the date of completion of his admission.
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Provided further that the eligibility for appearing at the written examination or submission of dissertation of those candidates, who join the course immediately after their names have been recommended for admission by the Board of Studies of the Department concerned, shall be counted from the date of the meeting of the Board of Studies of the Department. This will, however, be subject to the approval of the Committee for Advanced Studies and Research on the recommendation of the Chairman of the Department concerned. 7. Subject to provisions of Clause 6, the dissertation for the M.Phil Degree shall be submitted, upon approval by the Supervisor, through the Chairman of the Department concerned. Provided that a candidate shall not be allowed to submit his dissertation until he has passed his written papers/practicals as laid down in Clause 3. Provided further that a candidate who does not submit his dissertation within a period of two and a half years (three and a half years in the case of blind candidates) from the date of his admission shall cease to be a regular student of the University. 8. The Viva-voce Examination shall be held after the Examiners have sent the marks on the dissertation and the candidate has obtained the requisite pass marks thereon as prescribed in Clause 3. The Viva-voce shall be held at Aligarh; but in very special circumstances, the Viva-voce Examination may be held at any other place in the country with the permission of the Vice-Chancellor. The Viva-voce Examination shall be open to all members and research scholars of the Department concerned, but questions shall be put only by the Examiner.

E.C. Res. No. 4 (Para 47 of Appendix C) dated 21/22.2.1987 and 27.3.1987. E.C. Res. No. 63 (Appendix) dated 21/22.2.1987 and 27.3.1987.

160 9. A candidate who ceases to be a regular student under the second proviso to Clause 7, may be permitted by the Committee for Advanced Studies and Research to submit his dissertation (duly approved by his Supervisor) as an ex-student within 18 months of the date he ceases to be a regular student. The procedure of submission of the dissertation shall otherwise be the same as laid down in Clause 7. Subject to these Ordinances, the Academic Council may frame Regulations governing the course of research leading to the M.Mhil. Degree including the conduct of Examination.

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CHAPTER XXV DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (Ph.D.) (deleted)

EC dated 26.10.1985. O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

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CHAPTER XXV(A) DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (Ph.D.)


1. A candidate will be eligible for admission to a course of study leading to the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), if he has passed the Masters Degree Examination (M.A., M.Sc., M.Com. etc.) from this University or an equivalent examination recognized by this University with not less than 55% marks or equivalent grades in a subject relevant to his proposed field of research, provided that he also had obtained not less than 50% marks at his Bachelors Degree Examination, subject to any furthers requirements for eligibility that may be laid down by the Board of Studies concerned from time to time. Provided further that in the Faculties of Engineering & Technology, Medicine, and Unani Medicine, candidates who have obtained the Masters Degree of this University or a Degree from any other University recognized by this University to be its equivalent, may be eligible for admission to the course in the same or related discipline leading to the Ph.D. Degree in the Faculties aforesaid. But in such cases the admission shall be provisional and shall not be confirmed unless the candidate has passed a written and/or practical test including a viva-voce examination, if deemed necessary, conducted by the Board of Studies concerned. 2 Admission to the Ph.D. course shall be made once a year. Applications for permission to enter upon a course of study for the Degree of Ph.D. alongwith a well assigned synopsis or proposed plan of work shall be made to the Chairman of the Department, who shall forward it to the Dean of the Faulty alognwith the recommendations of the Board of Studies. The application shall be thereafter placed before the Committee for Advanced Studies and Research of the Faculty concerned which shall satisfy itself, among other things, of the suitability of the proposed subject of research by the candidate and may modify the proposed subject. If the Committee is satisfied, it shall, subject to confirmation by the Faculty and the Academic Council, grant the application and appoint, on the recommendation of the Board of Studies concerned, a member of the teaching staff of the University or a distinguished scholar in the service of the University to guide and supervise the work of the candidate. Provided that a Co-Supervisor may also be appointed if the Board of Studied recommends that this is necessary. The Co-Supervisor may not necessarily be a person in the service of the University, but, if from outside the University, he may be appointed only from amongst scholars associated with a University Department/approved National Laboratories or an Academic Institution of high repute. 4. When a candidate has been provisionally admitted to the course leading to the Ph.D. degree, he shall be required to be in residence at Aligarh with regular attendance (according to regulations framed by the Academic Council) and pursue research as full time course for a minimum period of two years from the date of his provisional admission to the Ph.D. course. But in no case shall a candidate be permitted to continue as regular student beyond five years (seven years in the case of blind candidate) from the date of his provisional admission.

3.

EC dated 5.7.1997.

163 Provided that the admission may be cancelled by the CASR upon the re-commendations of the Board of Studeies concerned on account of lack of regular attendance or unsatisfactory work. 5. Notwithstanding anything contained in Clause (4), a candidate may be permitted by the CASR to reside outside Aligarh for the purpose of collecting material for his thesis for a period not exceeding one year in two installments with a gap of at least two months in between during the course of his study for the Ph.D. Degree. Provided further that the Board of Studies and/or CASR may permit a candidate to reside outside Aligarh for more than one year. A candidate, after the confirmation of his admission, shall be eligible to submit his Ph.D. Thesis after he has obtained and submitted (a) a certificate from the Supervisor and Co-Supervisor, wherever appointed, and the Chairman of the Department concerned, stating that he has engaged in full-time study for the required period as prescribed in these Ordinances, and that he has put in regular attendance in accordance with these Ordinances and the Regulations laid down by the Academic Council, and (b) a certificate form the Provost that he has been in residence for the required period as prescribed in these Ordinances and that his conduct has been satisfactory. Provided that a candidate, who under the foregoing provisions ceases to be a regular student after the confirmation of his admission shall be eligible to submit his thesis as an ex-student, but he shall be required also to obtain and submit the certificate aforesaid. In case, however, the candidate wishes to submit the thesis in more than five years after his provisional admission as a regular student, permission by the Academic Council shall be necessary. 7. Notwithstanding anything contained in the preceding Clauses, a teacher of this University who holds a Masters Degree in the relevant subject and has been in continuous service as a University teacher for at least three years may apply to the CASR through the Board of Studies for permissions to submit a thesis for the award of the Ph.D. Degree on a specific topic, and the CASR may accord such permission after considering the opinion of the Board of Studies concerned. Unless otherwise specified by the Committee for Advanced Studies & Research concerned, a teacher, who is so permitted to supplicate for the Ph.D. Degree, shall not be assigned to a Supervisor and shall be eligible to submit his thesis, a year after his application has been approved by the Committee for Advanced Studies and Research. Provided that if a teacher so permitted to supplicate for the Ph.D. degree is assigned a Supervisor by the Committee for Advanced Studies and Research upon the recommendations of the Board of Studies concerned, the teacher shall be eligible to submit his thesis, after a period of not less than two years has lapsed after the approval of his application by the Committee for Advanced Studies & Research. 8. A candidate for the Ph.D. Degree shall submit four copies of his thesis, accompanied by the prescribed fees. The thesis shall be in the English Language, except for theses submitted in the Faculty of Theology and the Department of Arabic, Hindi, Modern Indian Languages, Persian, Sanskrit and Urdu, where the Language in which the thesis is to be written shall be specified by the Committee for Advanced Studies and Research concerned. He shall also submit a brief abstract of his thesis and indicate in a prefatory note what part of the thesis he claims as original, what sources he has used, and in what respect his investigation appears to him to advance the study of what branch of knowledge. Any original papers published by the candidate and/or the Dissertation submitted by him for the M.Phil. or Masters Degree in the concerned discipline may be submitted as subsidiary or supporting material in favour of the candidature.

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164 Provided that any relevant material from the M.Phil. dissertation may be incorporated in the Ph.D. thesis, but this should be appropriately in the prefatory note. Provided further that the Committee for Advanced Studies and Research may, in special cases, permit a candidate to submit less than four copies of his thesis. Provided further that no thesis other than a thesis submitted under Clause (8), where the Committee for Advanced Studies and Research has not specified any Supervisor, shall submit for the award of the Ph.D. Degree unless it is accompanied by a written certificate from the Supervisor and the Co-Supervisor, if any. 9. Every thesis for the Ph.D. Degree shall be examined by three examiners, of whom at least two shall be external being persons of high academic repute, not in the service of this University. The Supervisor (and, failing him, the Co-Supervisor) shall be one of the examiners, but if neither the Supervisor nor the Co-Supervisor, if any, is available, another person may be appointed examiner. Examiners other than the Supervisor/Co-Supervisor shall be appointed in accordance with Clause (3) of Chapter XV of these Ordinances. The Committee for Advanced Studies and Research of each Faculty may, however, lay down norms and procedure for the recommendations regarding the panel of examiners to conduct the Viva-Voce Examination. Notwithstanding anything contained in the preceding Clause, in the case of candidates assigned to Co-Supervisor in the Faculty of Science, the thesis shall be examined by the Supervisor, the Co-Supervisor and the two persons of high academic repute not in the service of the University. 10. The Viva-Voce Examination shall be conducted by at least two examiners of the candidates, namely the Supervisor (and failing him, the Co-Supervisor) and at least one external examiner of the thesis. In case, none of the external examiners of the thesis is able to conduct the Viva-Voce Examination, at least one another person not in the service of the University shall be appointed in his place in the manner prescribed by Clause (3) of Chapter XV of these Ordinances. Provided that in case the Supervisor (or failing him, the Co-Supervisor) is not available, the two external examiners of thesis may be appointed to conduct the Viva-Voce Examination. However, should none of the External Examiners who has examined the thesis is available, two other examiners may be appointed in the manner prescribed under Clause (9) of these Ordinances. Provided further that in the Faculty of Science, the Viva Voce Examination shall be conducted by the Supervisor, the Co-Supervisor, if any, and one external examiner. Provided further that in the case of teachers permitted to supplicate for the Degree under Clause (7), there shall be three external examiners for purpose of examining the thesis and two of them for holding the Viva-Voce Examination. 11. The reports of the examiners on the thesis shall be referred to the Dean of the Faculty concerned who, if the examiners unanimously recommend the award of the degree, shall advise the Controller of Examinations to hold the Viva-Voce Examination of the candidate. Provided that the Academic Council/Vice-Chancellor may, in a special case, on the recommendations of the Committee for Advanced Studies and Research, allow the Viva-Voce Examination of a candidate for the Doctorate of Philosophy to be held at a place in India other than Aligarh to be specified by the Academic Council/Vice-Chancellor. The Viva-Voce

165 Examination shall be open to all members and Research Scholars of the Department concerned but question shall be put only by the examiners. 12. After the Viva-Voce Examination, all the reports shall be placed before the CASR and, if the CASR is satisfied that the reports of examiners are unanimous and definite, it may recommend to the Academic Council through the Faculty concerned, that the candidate be awarded the Ph.D. Degree. If the reports show a divergence of opinion between the examiners, the Committee for Advanced Studies and Research may direct that the report be exchanged between them and the examiners be requested to submit a joint report, if possible. The Committee may, at its discretion and shall, if the reports are conflicting even after the exchange of views, refer the thesis to another Examiner. In case, the Committee considers the final report to be favourable to the candidate, it shall ask the Controller of Examinations to hold the Viva-Voce Examination. Where the thesis is sent to another examiner in accordance with this Clause, the previous external examiners shall be deemed to have ceased to be examiners for the purpose of conducting the Viva-Voce Examination and new examiners shall be appointed to conduct the Viva-Voce Examination in accordance with the provisions of Clause (10). 14. The CASR may, after consideration of the recommendation of the Examiners of the thesis or/and Viva-Voce, at its discretion allow further time to the candidate to re-submit thesis after revision in the light of the suggestions of the examiners, or reject his candidature for the Ph.D. Degree altogether. The Examiners of the Ph.D. thesis shall be required to recommend specifically whether the thesis is suitable for the award of the Ph.D. Degree, and in case, the examiners so specify, whether the thesis is suitable for publication in its existing form, or needs revision before it can be published and the CASR while recommending the award of the Ph.D. Degree, may further recommend (a) that the candidate be permitted to publish the thesis, or (b) that the candidate be required to seek permission for publishing the thesis after he has satisfied the Committee that he has put in a proper form for publication, in the light of the reports of the Examiners. Subject to these Ordinances, the Academic Council may frame Regulations governing the course of research leading to the Ph.D. Degree including the conduct of examination. Notwithstanding anything contained in the preceding Clauses, a teacher of any School of this University admitted to the Ph.D. course in accordance with these Ordinances shall be exempted from requirement of residence with regular attendance for two years as prescribed in Clause (4) above, and shall take atleast one years leave due to his credit for the purpose. All candidates, other than teacher candidates allowed to supplicate for the Ph.D. Degree under Clause 7 shall be deemed to be students for purposes of discipline and conduct of examinations.

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166 Provided that a candidate admitted to the Ph.D. Course during the academic session 1994-95 and thereafter until the date of commencement of these Ordinances shall be deemed to have been admitted in accordance with these Ordinances and in such a cases all the above provisions shall apply to him.

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CHAPTER XXV(B) Executive Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA)


(Refer Chapter-CII for Ph.D. (Business Administration on pages 460-462) 1. A Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA) Committee shall be constituted for the purpose of administration of the DBA programme in the manner specified below: (a) The Chairman of the Committee shall be the Dean of the Faculty of Management Studies & Research of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU). The Co-Chairman of the Committee shall be the Director of Centre for Management Association, All India Management Association (AIMA) or any other person from the AIMA nominated by the Director-General of the AIMA. There shall be three members of the Committee out of whom one shall be nominated by the Vice-Chancellor of AMU from among the Professors in the Department of Business Administration; one member shall be nominated by the Director-General of the AIMA and, one member shall be an external expert recommended by the Board of Studies in Business Administration of Aligarh Muslim University and nominated by the ViceChancellor. The appointment of the external examiner shall be done with the concurrence of the AIMA.

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OM.No. (C)/1426 dated 22.11.1999 from the office of the Registrar (Council Section).

168 conducted by the DBA Committee. The mode of conduct and the venue of the written test and interview shall be decided mutually by the AMU and the AIMA. 4. Candidates found suitable thus will be admitted to the foundation programme consisting of course work for a period of two semesters, as per AIMAs policy, passing the required number of courses as a pre-requisite for registration for the DBA programme. The curriculum and syllabi will be as specified by the DBA Committee from time to time. The courses will be offered by the AIMA through the distance education mode. Candidates may be exempted from one or more courses, subject to an upper limit of 50 per cent of the total number of courses to be done, if they have already undergone a similar course during any of their preceding educational programme. The decision for exemption shall be taken by the AIMAs Credit Transfer Committee on a case-to-case basis. Each case for exemption shall be referred to the Dean of the Faculty of Management Studies & Research, Aligarh Muslim University who shall, after reviewing the case, accord his concurrence. On completion of each semester, the candidate shall appear in an examination, consisting of theory papers, to be conducted by the AIMA. Only those candidates shall be permitted to appear in the examination who have completed the assignments, etc. for the particular courses to the satisfaction of the AIMA. The candidates shall be required to obtain at least a C grade in each course separately and secure an overall B grade on a 4-point scale in the course work after the end of two semesters failing which they will have to repeat the courses at the next examination. On successful completion of the above courses after two semesters the candidate shall submit, in the prescribed format, his detailed research proposal. The candidate shall then be required to present the proposal to the DBA Committee who shall evaluate the proposal on the basis of the presentation done in the Seminar organized for this purpose. If necessary, on the recommendation of the DBA Committee, the proposal may have to be modified/changed for resubmission for final approval. On the recommendation of the DBA Committee, the candidate shall be registered for the DBA programme. The DBA Committee shall normally meet four times a year in such a manner that two meetings each are held for the purposes of approval and admission process. The DBA Committee shall ordinarily meet in the months of January and July for approval of the DBA research proposals. It shall ordinarily meet twice within four weeks of the declaration of the foundation programme examination dates to process the DBA research proposals. Each DBA candidate shall be guided by a committee consisting of two thesis advisers. One of the advisers shall be a senior faculty member from the Department of Business Administration, AMU who shall be the internal adviser and the second will be proposed by the candidate who shall be the external adviser. The candidate shall obtain the concurrence of the proposed external adviser in the prescribed format. The external adviser would be a senior level academician or manager in the industry. The names of the advisers shall be approved by the DBA Committee. The candidate shall pursue his research work with the guidance of the thesis advisers and put in regular effort and give adequate time for the research work to be carried on satisfactorily. He shall be required to submit a six monthly evaluation report to the DBA Committee in the prescribed format signed by both the advisers. The DBA Committee shall review the performance of the candidate and provide comments and suggestions. These suggestions shall be

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169 binding on the candidate and their adherence shall be reported at the next six-monthly evaluation. 12. The candidate shall be eligible to submit his thesis after a minimum period of two years and a maximum period of four years after registration for the DBA programme i.e. after completion of the foundation programme. However, the Chairman, DBA Committee on formal request by the candidate may allow an additional six months grace period. On completion of the research work, the candidate shall be required to present and defend his thesis in a pre-submission seminar to be arranged at the AMU. The seminar shall be organised based on the recommendation of the advisers in the prescribed format. The seminar shall be open to the faculty members and research scholars at the Faculty of Management Studies & Research and they may ask questions and seek clarifications on the presentation. On successful presentation as verified by the Chairman, Department of Business Administration and the Dean, Faculty of Management Studies & Research, AMU, the thesis will be submitted. The candidate shall submit five copies of the thesis to the AMU alongwith the certificate from the advisors. The thesis shall be in the English Language. He should also submit a brief abstract of his thesis and indicate in a prefatory note what part of the thesis he claims as original, what sources he has used, and in what respect his investigation appears to him to advance the study of that branch of knowledge. Any original papers published by the candidate may be submitted as subsidiary or supporting material in favour of the candidature. The thesis submitted by the candidate shall be examined by three external examiners, appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the basis of the recommendations of the Committee for Advanced Studies & Research in Management of the AMU. Each examiner shall write an evaluation report and make specific recommendation whether: (a) the thesis should be accepted for the award of DBA degree subject to a successful defence at the viva-voce examination; or (b) the thesis should be resubmitted after modifications suggested by the examiner; or (c) the thesis should be rejected. The evaluation reports by the examiners shall be reviewed by the Dean, Faculty of Management Studies & Research who shall recommend the conduct of the viva- voce examination. The Chairman, Department of Business Administration shall then arrange for the conduct of the viva voce examination. The viva-voce examination of the candidate shall be conducted by a panel consisting of the internal adviser and at least one of the three examiners appointed for evaluation of the thesis. The viva-voce shall be conducted in a manner similar to that for the Ph.D. degree of AMU. On successful defence of the thesis at the viva-voce examination, the candidate shall be awarded the DBA degree by the AMU. In case of a situation arising where there is no specific guideline provided by the above rules, then recourse shall be taken to the procedure provided for the Academic Ordinances related to the Ph.D. degree of the AMU.

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CHAPTER XXVI D.Lit., D.Sc., LL.D. or D.Th.


1. Candidates for the Degree of D.Lit., D.Sc., LL.D. or D.Th. shall have taken, not less than five years previously the Ph.D. Degree of this University. Provided that teachers in this University, who have taken the Ph.D. Degree of any other recognized University at least five years previously, may also be admitted as candidates for the Degree. A candidate for the Degree shall submit four copies of his published and unpublished work in support of his candidature. Provided that the Chairman of the Department shall certify that a major portion of the work submitted is an original contribution made by the candidate. The candidate shall clearly indicate under the following heads his original contribution in the field of his specialization. (i) papers published independently (ii) papers in which he is a senior author (iii) papers in which he is a junior author. Provided further that certified typed copies of the published work may be submitted if printed copies are not available. Provided further that in special cases, a candidate may be permitted by the Committee for Advanced Studies and Research to submit less than four copies. A candidate shall indicate what portion of work submitted by him was previously considered for the Ph.D. Degree. Work submitted by a candidate in support of his candidature for the Degree shall be examined by three experts in the subject, at least two of whom shall be persons not engaged in teaching in the University. Such Examiners shall be appointed in the manner prescribed by Clause 3, Chapter XV of these Ordinances. The Examiners shall state definitely in their report whether, in their opinion, the work constitutes valuable and substantial contribution to knowledge and whether the Degree be awarded or not . If the Examiners agree that the Degree should be awarded, the Committee for Advanced Studies and Research shall recommend accordingly. If the reports show divergence of opinion between the Examiners, the Committee for Advanced Studies and Research may direct that the reports be exchanged between them and that the Examiners be requested to submit a joint report if possible. The Committee may, at its discretion, and shall, if the reports are conflicting even after the exchange of views, refer that thesis to another External Examiner. In case, the Committee considers the final report to be favourable to the candidate, it shall recommend that the Degree be awarded to the candidate. If the Committee for Advanced Studies and Research after a full consideration of the report of the Examiners, decides not to recommend the award of the Degree, it may allow the candidate to apply again after not less than five years. The Degree of D.Lit., D.Sc., LL.D, or D.Th. may be conferred, Honouris Causa upon distinguished persons in recognition of their outstanding contribution to knowledge or their meritorious services in the cause of education, in accordance with Statute 31 (1) and (2).
O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

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CHAPTER XXVII BACHELOR OF THEOLOGY


1. The Examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Theology shall consist of two parts:(a) Previous Examination, and (b) 2. Final Examination.

The Previous Examination shall be open to:(a) candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one academic year in the University; (b) teachers and women candidates or ex-students as defined in Chapter XVII, Clauses 3,4,and 5.

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No candidate shall be admitted to the Previous Examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Theology unless he has passed at least one year previously the B.A. or B.Sc. (Pass or Honours) Examinations or the B.A. (in English Only) Examination or the B.U.M.S. Examination of the University or an equivalent examination recognized by the University. The Final Examination shall be open to:(a) candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one academic year in the University. (b) Ex-students as defined in Chapter XVII, Clause 5.

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No candidate shall be admitted to the Final Examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Theology unless he has passed, at least one year previously the B.Th. Previous Examination of this University. A candidate who passes in at least 50% of the papers at the Previous Year Examination, shall be eligible for promotion to the Final Year Class. No candidate shall be allowed to stay for more than two academic years for either the Previous or Final Examination. However, he may appear as an ex-student in the papers and/or viva-voce examination in which he has failed at the preceding Examination provided that he is allowed by Academic Council on the recommendations of the Dean of the Faculty concerned.

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Candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for the Degree of the Bachelor of Theology but have not obtained the Degree of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science may be permitted to appear at the Previous and the Final Examinations. If successful in the Examinations, such candidates shall receive a Diploma in Theology. Subjects for the Examination shall be prescribed by the Academic Council from time to time. The examination shall comprise written papers as well as sessionals and Viva voce examination.

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For each paper the maximum marks shall be 100 out of which 25 marks shall be assigned for sessional work. The Viva-voce examination shall be of 100 marks.

10. To pass the Previous or the Final Examination, a candidate must obtain at least 30 per cent of the marks in each paper and the viva voce examination and at least 36 per cent in the aggregate. A candidate who has passed in individual papers / viva-voce examination but failed to obtain 36% of marks in aggregate for passing the Examination may appear as an ex-student in subsequent Examination in one or more papers/viva-voce examination, so as to be eligible for the award of Degree. 11. Candidates who obtain 60 per cent of the marks or more in the aggregate of both the Previous and the Final Examinations shall be placed in the First Division; those who obtain less than 60 per cent but not less than 48 per cent in the Second Division; and those who obtain less than 48 per cent but not than 36 per cent in, the Third Division.

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

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CHAPTER XXVIII MASTER OF THEOLOGY (Effective from Academic Session 1986-87)


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No candidate shall be eligible for the award of the Master of Theology (M.Th.) Degree unless he has obtained not less than two years previously the B.Th. Degree of this University or passed an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent and has undergone a regular course of study in the University for not less than two academic years. Provided that private candidates, as defined in Chapter XVII of these Ordinances, shall not be required to undergo a regular course of study.

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The examination for the M.Th. Degree shall consist of two parts, namely, Previous and Final, each of which shall be held annually and shall be open to: (a) candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for the Previous and Final Examination, as the case may be, for one academic year in the University. private candidates or ex-students as defined in Chapter XVII of these Ordinances.

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Provided that, subject to provisions of Clause 6 of this chapter, no candidate shall be eligible to appear at the Final Examination without one academic year having elapsed after his passing the Previous Examination or promotion to the Final Year class, as the case may be. 3. The number of written papers and the marks allotted to each of the papers and the viva-voce examination in the Previous and Final Examination as the case may be, shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Board of Studies and the Faculty of Theology. Provided that the candidates who are Farighul Tahsil from a Dars-i-Nizami Madarsa and are admitted to the M.Th. course shall be required to appear in an additional paper of English (if prescribed) of the B.A. Part I standard along with the M.Th. (Previous) Examination. They will be required to obtain at least 30% marks in the English paper but the marks so obtained shall not be added to the aggregate. 4. To pass the Examination, a candidate must obtain:

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at least 30% of the marks in each paper (including sessional work)/viva-voce; at least 36% of the aggregate marks of the Previous and Final Examinations taken together.

Provided that :(a) a candidate who fails to obtain the required percentage of marks in the aggregate for passing the Msters Examination may appear as an ex-student in subsequent examination in one or more papers only in which he has failed to obtain 36% marks.

E.C. Res. No. 63 (Appendix) dated 21/22.2.1987 and 27.3.1987. E.C. dated 19.7.99.

174 (b) a regular candidate, who fails to obtain the required minimum marks in any paper/vivavoce at the Previous or Final Examination, may appear in that paper/viva-voce only at any subsequent examination. a candidate, who passes in at least 50% of the papers at the Previous Examination, shall be eligible for promotion to the Final Year class or in the case of private candidates, to appear at the Final Examination, the following year. a candidate shall be deemed to have passed the Previous Examination if he has passed in all individual papers comprising that Examination.

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(iii) The allocation of marks in each paper shall be as follows: Written Examination : Sessional Work : 75 marks 25 marks. 100 marks.

Viva-Voce Examination: 5.

A candidate who obtains 60% of the aggregate marks or more shall be placed in the First Division. One who obtains less than 60% but not less than 48% of the marks, shall be placed in the Second Division; and one who obtains less than 48% but not less than 36% of the marks, shall be placed in the Third Division. No candidate shall be allowed to stay for more than two academic years of regular study for either the Previous or Final Examination. If he fails to pass the 50% of the papers and viva-voce examination, taken together, of the Previous Examination within the said period of two years, he shall cease to be a regular student. However, he may appear as an ex-student in the paper or viva-voce in which he has failed, at the next Annual Examination; but for appearing at such a paper or viva-voce more than two years after the examination in which he was first due to appear, he shall require the permission of the Academic Council. Should a candidate who has ceased to be a regular student upon failing to pass the Previous Examination within the said period of two years, passes the Examination subsequently, he shall revert to the status of regular student for appearing at the Final Examination. He shall similarly cease to be regular student, if he fails to pass the M.Th. Examination within two years of his joining the Final Year class. Provided that in no case shall a candidate be permitted to spend more than four years as a regular student for completion of the requirements of the Degree. After four years of his admission, he may be permitted to appear as an ex-student only. Provided further that a private candidate who fails to pass the M.Th. Examination within four years of becoming eligible for it, can appear at a subsequent examination only with the permission of the Academic Council, subject to rules framed by it in this respect.

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EC dated 19.7.1999. O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

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E.C. Res. No. 17(2)(4) dated 7/8.2.1978.

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CHAPTER XXIX Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Law B.A., LL.B. (HONS) (5 years Integrated Course) (Under Semester System)
1. ELIGIBILITY: No candidate shall be eligible for the Degree of B.A. LL.B. (Hons) unless he: (a) has passed, not less than five years previously the Senior Secondary School Examination (10+2) or an equivalent examination thereto; and has undergone a regular course of study in the University for a period of five academic years.

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ADMISSION TEST AND ELIGIBILITY: (i) No candidate for admission to the B.A. LL.B. (Hons) Degree course shall be admitted unless he: (a) has secured in the aggregate not less than 50% of the total marks in all the core subjects of the qualifying examination and English language put together; and is not more than 22 years of age on July 1 of the year of admission.

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Admission to the B.A.LL.B.(Hons) First Year, shall be made on the basis of an All India Test to be conducted each year in the manner prescribed by the University.

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DURATION OF COURSE AND SEMESTER SYSTEM: (a) (b) (c) The duration of the B.A. LL.B. (Hons) Degree Course shall be five academic years; Each academic year shall be divided into two Semesters; The duration of each Semester shall be of 100 working days.

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EXAMINATION: (a) The examination for the Degree of B.A. LL.B. (Hons) shall comprise ten Semester Examinations and in each Semester a candidate shall be examined in the courses of study prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Board of Studies of the Department of Law and the Faculty of Law. The Examinations for the Degree of B.A. LL.B. (Hons) shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study and have put in at least 75% of attendance in each semester.

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EC dated 5.7.97. OM. No. XM/SPA/FNo. 75/II-278 dated 27/28.3.2006.

177 (c) Each Semester Examination shall comprise Mid-term and End-term written papers and VivaVoce Examination and/or Sessional/Practical Work as may be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Board of Studies of the Department of Law, and the Faculty of Law. The evaluation of the Semester Examination shall be internal and continuous and would ordinarily be conducted by the teacher(s) who have taught the course in accordance with the scheme of evaluation prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Board of Studies of the Department of Law and the Faculty of Law. (i) The Course and the Credits or marks allotted to written papers, Viva-Voce Examination and Sessional/Practical Work for each Semester shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Board of Studies of the Department of Law and the Faculty of Law. In case of ex-students, permitted to appear in a subsequent examination, credits/marks awarded to them for the sessional work/practical work during their regular course of study shall be carried forward to the subsequent examination taken by them.

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A candidate shall be entitled to DM and GM as per University rules approved by the Academic Council.

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(h) A candidate who has secured at least 50% marks, in the sessional work but has failed to pass in the written paper or papers and/or the viva-voce examination for a course at the first, third, fifth , seventh and ninth semester examinations, or is unable to take that examination for reasons approved by the Dean, Faculty of Law, may be allowed by the Dean to pursue the courses of study for the second, fourth, sixth, eight and tenth semester examinations as the case may be.

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PROMOTIONS: No candidate shall be promoted to the Third Semester, Fifth Semester, Seventh Semester or Ninth Semester unless he has passed in all courses of the proceeding Semester Examinations.

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RE-ADMISSION: A candidate who has failed at a Semester Examination or has failed to appear at a Semester Examination may seek continuation in the semester at which he has failed but only once. Application for continuation shall be made to the Dean within one month of the declaration of results. The Dean may refuse continuation if in his opinion the continuance of the candidate does not have adequate justification.

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EC dated 27.2.1999. O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

178 7. REPEAT EXAMINATION: (a) A repeat examination may be organized by the Dean on a written request made by the unsuccessful students after the declaration of the result of II, IV, VI, VIII and X Semester and within 15 days from the commencement of the new session. The repeat examination shall be open only to the candidates who have secured at least 50% marks in half of the papers of both semesters in a year. The repeat examination shall be limited to the written papers and viva voce examination. The marks obtained earlier in the assignment shall be carried forward while determining the marks/grade at the repeat examinations.

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IMPROVEMENT: A candidate obtaining 50 per cent or more marks in written paper in any course other than Seminar or Clinical, may, if he so desires to appear in the Main Semester Examination in written papers in that course with the prior permission of the Dean obtained in written at least 15 days before the scheduled Examination. Such opportunity for improvement shall only be availed of once in two papers of the semester at the immediately following Main Semester Examination in the course.

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EX-STUDENTS: (a) A candidate who has failed in a course at Semester Examination shall take the Semester Examination only in the courses/viva-voce in which he has failed to pass, and the marks/grade of the course/viva-voce in which he has already passed shall be carried forward to the Examination taken by him. Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, an ex-student as defined in Chapter XVII shall be eligible to appear at the regular Semester Examination immediately following the Semester Examinations in which he has failed to pass or to appear.

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Provided a candidate not promoted under Clause 5 at a Semester Examination shall be eligible to appear as an ex-student in the subsequent Semester Examinations. (c) An ex-student who has passed the required Semester Examination, may seek admission to the next semester, only prior to the mid-term written tests.

Academic Council dated 19.9.1998/EC dated 27.2.1999.

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10. DIVISION: The Division in which a successful candidate is to be placed shall be determined on the basis of the aggregate of marks/grades obtained by him in all the ten Semester Examinations. Candidates who obtain 65% of the marks or more shall be placed in the First Division, those who obtain less than 65% but not less than 50% of the marks, shall be placed in the Second Division. Candidates who obtain 75% of the marks or more in a course shall be declared to have obtained distinction in that course.

11.

TOTAL PERMISSIBLE DURATION OF STUDIES: No candidate shall be admitted as a candidate for a Semester Examination after the lapse of a period of eight years after his first admission to the B.A. LL.B. (Hons) Degree course.

**

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

180

CHAPTER XXX Bachelor of Law (LL.B) (Three Years Course) ** (deleted)

**

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

181

CHAPTER XXXI MASTER OF LAWS (LL.M.)


1. No candidate shall be eligible for the Degree of Master of Laws (LL.M.) unless he has passed, not less than two years previously the examination of the Degree of Bachelor of Laws of this University or an examination recognized by this University as its equivalent and has undergone a regular course of study in the University for a period of two academic years. Provided that ex-students as defined in Chapter XVII of the Academic Ordinances shall not be required to undergo a regular course of study. Provided that a candidate with a two years (four semesters) LL.B. Degree shall not be eligible to be admitted to LL.M. course. 2. The Examination for the Degree of Master of Laws shall be open to:(a) (b) 3. candidates who have undergone a regular course of study in the University. ex-students, as defined in Chapter XVII, Clause 3,4, and 5.

The Examination for the Degree of Master of Laws (LL.M.) shall comprise two Annual Examinations. A candidate shall be examined at the end of each year in the course of study prescribed for the year. Each such examination shall be known as an Annual Examination. Each Annual Examination shall comprise written papers and/or sessional work and/or viva voce examination and/or dissertation as may be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Department of Law and the Faculty of Law. The medium of instruction and examination shall be English language. The courses and the marks allotted to written papers and/or sessional work and/or viva voce examination and/or dissertation for each academic year shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Department of Law and the Faculty of Law. In case of ex-students, as defined in Chapter XVII, Clause 5, marks awarded to them for sessional work during their regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent examination. To pass the Annual Examination, a candidate must obtain at least:(i) 40 per cent of the marks in each written paper; (ii) 40 per cent of the marks in the viva-voce examination, if prescribed. (iii) 50 per cent of the marks in the sessional work, if prescribed. (iv) 50 per cent of the marks in the aggregate. ** (iv) 50 per cent of the marks in Dissertation. Provided that a candidate, who fails to secure the minimum marks required for sessional work in an academic year, shall not be permitted to appear at the Annual Examination until he has again attended a regular course of study for that academic year.

4.

5. 6.

7.

8.

**

E.C. Res. No. 2 (para 16 of Appendix 1(b) dated 16.3.1985. O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

182 9. No candidate shall be promoted to the LL.M. (Final) unless he has obtained 50 per cent marks in at least half of written papers of the LL.M. (Previous) Examination. A candidate who fails at an Annual Examination or fails to appear at an Annual Examination for reasons approved by the Dean of the Faculty of Law, may appear subsequently at the Annual Examination concerned as an ex-student. Provided that:(i) candidates who fails at an Annual Examination shall take the subsequent examination only in the paper/papers/viva-voce/dissertation, in which they have failed to pass, and the marks of the paper/papers/viva/voce/dissertation, in which they have already passed shall be taken into account at the subsequent examination. candidates who have failed in the aggregate, shall be required to appear only in such written paper/papers/viva-voce in which they have obtained less than 50 per cent marks and the marks of the paper/papers/viva-voce in which they have already secured 50 per cent marks or more and the marks of the dissertation in which they have passed shall be taken into account at the subsequent examination.

10.

(ii)

11.

No candidate shall be eligible for the Degree of Master of Laws unless he has passed in the LL.M. (Previous and Final) Examinations. The Division in which successful candidates are to be placed shall be determined on the basis of the aggregate of marks obtained by them in the LL..M. (Previous and Final) Examinations. Candidates who obtain 65 per cent of the marks or more shall be placed in the First Division, those who obtain less than 65 per cent but not less than 50 per cent of the marks shall be placed in the Second Division. Candidates, who obtain 75 per cent of the marks or more in a paper, shall be declared to have obtained distinction in that paper. No student shall be admitted as a candidate for an Annual Examination after the lapse of five years after his first admission to the LL.M. Degree Course. Transitory Provisions:- (deleted)

12.

13.
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14.

**

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

183

CHAPTER XXXI A Master of Laws (LL.M.) (Under Semester System) (Effective from the session 1997 98)
1. No candidate shall be eligible for the degree of Master of Laws (LL.M.) unless he has passed, the Examination for the degree of Bachelor of Law (3 year course) / B.A. LL.B. (5 year course) of this University or an examination recognized by this University as its equivalent, and has undergone a regular course of study in the University for a period of two academic years comprising of four semesters. No candidate shall be admitted to LL.M. degree course unless he has secured not less than 55% of aggregate marks in qualifying examination. The admission to the Course shall be open to candidates through Competitive Entrance Test conducted by the University in accordance with the rules and procedure prescribed for the purpose by the Academic Council from time to time. The duration of LL.M. Degree course shall be of two academic years comprising of four semesters. The duration of each semester shall be of 100 working days (a) The examination for the degree of LL.M. shall comprise of four semesters and in each semester, a candidate shall be examined in the courses prescribed by the Academic Council. The examinations for the degree of LL.M. shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study and have put in at least 75% of attendance in each semester. Each Semester Examination shall comprise of End Semester Written Examination, Sessional Work, Viva-voce Examination as well as Dissertation (at the end of final semester) as prescribed by the Academic Council. The medium of instructions and examination shall be English Language. The evaluation of the Semester Examination shall be Internal/External as prescribed by the Academic Council. (i) The course structure and the marks allotted to written papers, viva-voce examination and sessional work for each semester shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Board of Studies of the Department of Law and the Faculty of Law. (ii) In case of ex-students, permitted to appear in a subsequent examination, marks obtained by the candidates for the sessional work during their regular course of study shall be carried forward to the subsequent examination. (g) To pass each Semester Examination, a candidate must obtain at least (i) 50% of the marks in the sessional work; (ii) 40% of the marks in each written paper; (iii) 50% of the marks in the viva-voce examination; (iv) 50% of the marks in dissertation and; (v) 50% of the marks in the aggregate

2.

3.

4.

(b)

(c)

(d) (e)

(f)

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005. OM. No. XM/SPA/FNo. 75/II-278 dated 27/28.3.2006.

184 (h) Candidates who fail to obtain at least 50% marks in aggregate of I, II, III and IV (Final) Semester Examinations shall be required to appear only in such written paper(s) / viva-voce examination in which they have obtained less than 50% marks. The marks of the written papers(s) / viva-voce examination etc in which they have already secured 50% or more marks and the marks of the dissertation in which they have passed shall be taken into account in the subsequent examination;

Provided that a candidate who fails to secure the minimum marks required in sessional work in a semester shall not be permitted to appear at the Semester Examination until he has again attended the regular course of study for that semester. 5. (a) No candidate shall be promoted to Second Semester of LL.M course unless he has obtained 50% marks in at least half of the written papers of LL.M. First Semester Examination. No candidate shall be promoted to Third Semester of LL.M. unless he has obtained 50% marks in at least half of the written papers of LL.M. First Semester and Second Semester Examinations separately. No candidate shall be promoted to Fourth Semester of LL.M. unless he has obtained 50% marks in at least half of the written papers of L.L.M First Semester, Second Semester and Third Semester Examinations separately.

(b)

(c)

6.

A candidate who has been detained due to shortage of attendance or fail to secure the minimum marks required in the sessional work during a semester, may seek continuation in the next session in the semester in which he has been detained. Application for continuation shall be submitted to the Dean, within 15 days from the date of commencement of the semester. The candidate may be allowed to continue his/her studies by the Dean Faculty of Law. (a) A candidate who fails at a Semester Examination shall be allowed to appear at examination as an ex-student only in the written paper(s)/viva-voce examination/dissertation, in which he has failed. The marks of the written paper(s)/viva-voce examination/dissertation etc in which he has already passed shall be taken into account at the subsequent examination. No candidate shall be eligible for the Degree of Master of Laws unless he has passed all the four Semester Examinations.

7.

(b)

8.

A candidate who has secured less than 55% marks and wishes to improve his/her performance, may appear in the Semester Examination in written papers(s) with the permission of the Dean Faculty of Law at least 15 days before the scheduled examination, as per Clause (14) of Chapter XVII of the Ordinances (Academic) in this behalf. The division in which successful candidates are to be placed shall be determined in the following manner on the basis of the aggregate marks obtained by them in all the four Semester Examinations. (a) Candidates who obtain 65% of the aggregate marks or more shall be placed in the First Division. Candidates who obtain less than 65% but not less than 50% of the aggregate marks shall be placed in the Second Division.

9.

(b)

185 (c) Candidates who obtain 75% of the marks or more in a written paper shall be declared to have obtained distinction in that written paper. Every candidate shall be assigned his/her topic for dissertation in consultation with the supervisor concerned within 15 days of the assignment of specialised group in III semester. No candidate shall be allowed to take IV semester examination unless he/she has submitted his/her dissertation at least one week prior to the commencement of such examination. Notwithstanding any thing contained in these Ordinances, if a candidate fails to complete the requirements of degree within four academic years from the date of his/her admission, he/she shall not be allowed to pursue his/her studies in LL.M. degree programme. However, if a candidate fails to complete the requirements of degree within four academic years, thus permitted, the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Faculty, may further permit him/her to complete the remaining requirements of the degree within one more additional academic year. Deleted

10.

(a)

(b)

(c)

11.

OM. No. XM/SPA/FNo. 75/II-278 dated 27/28.3.2006.

186

CHAPTER XXXII Bachelor of Education (B.Ed)


1. The Examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Education shall be open to :(a) candidates who have undergone a regular course of study in the University for one academic year. ex-students, as defined in chapter XVII, in accordance with the provisions of Clauses 9 and 10 below.

(b)

2.

No candidate shall be permitted to appear at the Examination unless he has passed, at least one year previously, the B.A., B.Sc. or B.Com. (Hons) or Pass Examination of this University or an examination recognized by the University. The Examination shall comprise Written Papers in Theory, Practical of Teaching and Sessional Work. The number of papers and the marks allotted to them shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Department of Education and the Faculty of Social Sciences. Every candidate shall be required to have pursued a course of Practical Training and shall further, in the presence of at least two external and two internal examiners appointed for the purpose, give satisfactory evidence of his ability to teach and manage classes. To qualify for the Degree of Bachelor of Education, a candidate must obtain at least: (a) 33 per cent of the marks in sessional and 33 per cent of the marks at the Final Examination in each theory paper separately. 40 per cent of the total marks in sessional and Final Examination taken together in each theory paper separately. 33 per cent of the marks in sessional work in Practical Teaching and 33 per cent at the Final Practical Examination separately. 40 per cent of the total marks in sessional and Final Practical Examination taken together in both the teaching subjects.

3.

4.

5.

(b)

(c)

(d)

6.

Successful candidates shall be placed in the various divisions in Theory and in Practical separately. Candidates who obtain not less than 60 per cent of the marks in the aggregate shall be placed in the First Division, those who obtain less than 60 per cent but not less than 50 per cent of the marks in the Second Division, and those who obtain less than 50 per cent but not less than 40 per cent, in the Third Division. Candidates who obtain 75 per cent of the marks or above in any theory paper or in any of the subject in the practical examination shall be declared to have gained distinction in that part of the examination.

7.

In case of candidates appearing at the B.Ed. Examination as ex-students, the marks obtained by them for sessional work in the course/courses concerned during their regular course of study shall be taken into account.

187 8. (a) No candidate shall be allowed to appear at the B.Ed. Practical Examination unless he has delivered 45 lessons, has obtained at least 33 per cent of the marks in the sessional work in practicals and is certified in this regard by the Chairman of the Department of Education as eligible to appear at the Final Examination. No candidate shall be allowed to appear at the B.Ed. Final Examination in a Theory Paper unless he has obtained at least 33 per cent of the marks in the sessional work in that Theory Paper. A candidate who obtains less than 33 per cent of the marks in sessional work in more than two papers shall be declared ineligible to appear at the Final Theory Examination.

(b)

(c)

9.

Candidates who pass the practical examination but fail in the written examination in not more than two papers may appear at a subsequent examination of that course/those courses provided they get themselves enrolled as ex-students. Candidates who fail in the Final Examination in Practice Teaching may get only one chance to appear again in the examination in the immediately following session provided that they get themselves enrolled as ex-students and teach at least 20 lessons under the supervision of the Department of Education in this University during that session. Candidates who pass the practical examination but fail in more than two theory papers shall have to rejoin the University and take the whole examination in theory only as regular candidates. Candidate who fail both in Practical and Theory shall have to rejoin the University and take the whole examination in Theory as well as in practical as regular candidates. The candidates who secure a Third Division in the Final Examination in Practice Teaching may get only one chance to appear again in the examination in order to improve their division in the immediately following session provided that they get themselves enrolled as ex-students and teach at least 20 lessons under the supervision of the Department of Education of this University during the session. Candidates who desire to specialize in the teaching of a school subject or in any other area of Education shall be required to do sessional work and/or practical work as prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Department of Education and the Faculty of Social Sciences and shall be required to obtain not less than 50 per cent of the marks prescribed for such sessional and/or practical work. Provided that no candidate shall be deemed to have specialized in a school teaching subject unless: (i) he has obtained at least 50 per cent of the marks prescribed for the paper on that subject at the Theory examination, and one of the lessons delivered by him at the Final Practical Examination in the subject concerned and he has obtained at least 50 per cent marks in the Practical Examination of the subject.

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12.

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15.

A candidate who fails only in the special subject offered by him may be permitted to appear in that subject only in a subsequent year provided that he:-

188 (a) produces satisfactory evidence that he has been teaching in a recognized school for at least three months preceding the date of examination, and enrolls himself as an ex-student.

(b) 16.

A candidate who has already obtained the Degree of Bachelor of Education of this University, may offer himself for examination in special subject after attending a further course for at least three months during the session immediately preceding the Examination provided that he gets himself enrolled as ex-student. A candidate pursuing a regular course of study for the B.Ed. Examination shall, in no case, be permitted to pursue a course of study for any other Examination simultaneously. If a candidate holds an employment at the time of admission to the B.Ed. course or accepts employment after admission he/she shall have to satisfy the Chairman of the Department of Education that he/she has been on leave from work for the duration of the course before being allowed to appear at the Examination. For B.Ed. Examination, there shall be seven papers as follows:(i) Education and the National Context 100 marks (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) Educational Psychology and Statistics Problems of Indian Education Curriculum and Evaluation Optional (one of the following) (a) Educational Administration and Supervision (b) Guidance & Counseling (c) Special Education (d) Education Technology and Computer Education (vi) (vii) Content-cum-Method (1st Subject) Content-cum-Method (2nd Subject) 100 marks 100 marks 100 marks 50 marks 50 marks 50 marks

17.

18.

19.

20.

Under the supervision of the Department, each candidate shall deliver two criticism lessons and maintain a record of at least 20 lessons observed by him which shall be taken into consideration while sessional work and criticism lessons are evaluated.
*

21.

The distribution of marks in Theory and in Practice Teaching shall be as follows:(a) Theory: 550 marks (i) Written Examination 414 marks (ii) Sessional Work in Theory 136 marks

E.C. Resolution No. 60 dated 19/20,1,1991.

189 (b) Practicals (to be assessed internally by the Department of Education * except item no. i(b): 400 marks (i) Practical Teaching (a) Practice Teaching (45 lessons) (b) Final Examination (c) Two criticism lessons, one in each teaching subject (25 marks each) (ii) Work Experience
*

150 marks

150 marks

50 marks 50 marks

E.C. dated 27.2.1999.

190

CHAPTER XXXIII Master of Education (M.Ed.)


1. The Examination for the Degree of Master of Education shall be open to:(a) (b) candidates who have undergone a regular course of study in this University for one academic year; and ex-students as defined in Clause 5 of Chapter XVII, in accordance with the provisions of Clause 9 and 10 below.

2.

No candidate shall be eligible for the M.Ed. Degree unless he has passed not less than one year previously, the B.Ed. Examination of this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent. (a) The examination shall comprise 5 papers including sessional work of 100 marks each, research project carrying 100 marks and viva voce examination carrying 100 marks as may be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Board of Studies of the Department of Education and the Faculty of Social Sciences. The Board of Studies may, however, prescribe not more than 50% of the total number of papers carrying 50 marks each. The allocation of marks for each paper shall be as follows:Written examination 75 marks OR 38 marks 12 marks Sessional Work 25 marks

3.

(b)

(c)

4.

To pass the M.Ed. Examination, a candidate must obtain:(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) 33% of the marks in each paper; 40% of the marks in the aggregate of all papers in the written examination; 33% of the marks in sessional work; 40% of the marks in the Research Project Dissertation and 40% of the marks in viva-voce examination.

A candidate who has passed in individual papers but failed to obtain 40% of marks in aggregate for passing the Examination may appear as an ex-student in subsequent Examination in one or more papers so as to be eligible for the award of Degree.

E.C.Res.No. 6(68) dated 20.12.1980 and 21/22.2.1981. O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

191 5. A candidate who fails to obtain 40% of the marks in the Research Project, may be permitted by the Board of Studies of the Department of Education to re-submit his dissertation after due revision after a period of not less than six months and within two years of the declaration of the result provided that he keeps his name on the rolls of the University, as an ex-student. Candidates who obtain 60% of the aggregate marks or more shall be placed in the First Division; those who obtain less than 60% but not less than 50% of the marks shall be placed in the Second Division. Those who obtain less than 50% but not less than 40% of the marks shall be placed in the Third Division. Candidate who obtain 75% or more marks in a theory paper or in any of the subject of the Practical Examination shall be decleared to have gained Distinction in that paper or part of the Examination. Provided that if a candidate wishes to improve his/her performance, he/she may be allowed by the Dean of Faculty concerned to repeat the Examination in one or more papers in order to have his/her marks revised upwards in accordance with Clause 14 of Chapter XVII of these Ordinances. 7. A candidate pursuing a regular course of study for the M.Ed. Examination shall in no case be permitted to pursue a course of study or Research for any other examination simultaneously. If a candidate holds an employment at the time of admission to M.Ed. course or accepts employment after admission, he/she shall have to satisfy the Chairman of the Department of Education that he/she has been on leave from work for the duration of the course before being allowed to appear at the Examination.

6.

8.

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

192

Chapter XXXIII(A) Master of Education (M.Ed.) (2 Semester Programme) (Effective from the session 2004 2005)
1. The degree of M.Ed. shall be awarded to a candidate who has passed B.Ed. examination of this University with at least 50% marks in aggregate of theory courses of B.Ed. or an examination recognised by the University as its equivalent and has undergone a regular course of study for not less than one academic year comprising of two semesters and has fulfilled all requirements including attendance of first and second semesters. In order to be eligible for the award of the degree of Master of Education (M.Ed.), a candidate shall have to pass in semester examinations each comprising of five courses of four credits each so as to accumulate 40 credits distributed in two semesters of 20 credits per semester alongwith the viva-voce examination of 2 credits each at the end of I and II semesters and a research project/dissertation of 4 credits to be completed during the entire period spread over both semesters (ie to accumulate a total of 48 credits for the award of M.Ed. degree) in the manner as specified in Clause (6) below. The courses, the credits and the marks allotted to each course shall be as prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Board of Studies of the Department of Education and the Faculty of Social Sciences.

2.

3.

4.(a) There shall be continuous evaluation in each course consisting of sessional work spread over the semester followed by End Semester Examination at the end of each semester. (b) The allocation of marks in various components of evaluation for each course/research project/ dissertation shall be as follows (1 credits means 25 marks): Sessional work : 25% marks End Semester Examination : 75% marks 5. The semester examinations shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study in this University and have put in at least 75% attendance in all courses taken together in each semester.

6.(a) To pass each course/research project/dissertation/viva-voce and to accumulate credits to it, a candidate must obtain at least 36% of the total marks in sessional work & End Semester Examination , taken together. (b) A candidate who fails to obtain the minimum marks to pass in a course may be allowed to appear only at the subsequent End Semester Examination prescribed for that course. The marks awarded at the subsequent examination and the sessional marks obtained earlier as a regular candidate, shall be taken into account. The marks in the courses in which the candidate has already passed shall be carried forward. (c) For ex-student, as defined in Chapter XVII(A) of the Ordinances (Academic), permitted to appear in a subsequent End Semester Examination, the marks obtained earlier in sessional work/research project/dissertation/viva-voce shall be carried forward.

O.M. No. XM/SPA/ II-196 dated 24/30.10.2005.

193 (d) In no case, supplementary or special examination shall be held. 7. A candidate who fails to fulfil attendance requirements in I and/or II Semester(s) may be allowed for re-registration in I and/or II Semester in the next session within a maximum permissible period of two academic sessions from the date of his/her admission. However, a candidate who has fulfilled attendance requirements of I and II semesters, may be permitted to appear at the next immediately following End Semester Examinations as an ex-student to complete the remaining requirements for the award of M.Ed. degree; Provided that in no case, a candidate shall be permitted further to appear in the examination and his/her name shall be removed from the University. 8. The division in which a successful candidate is to be placed shall be determined on the basis of aggregate marks obtained by him/her in first and second semesters taken together. Candidates who obtain 60% of the aggregate marks or more shall be placed in the First Division; those who obtain less than 60% but not less than 50% of the aggregate marks shall be placed in the Second Division and those who obtain less than 50% of the aggregate marks shall be placed in Third Division. If a candidate passes I and II semester examinations and wishes to improve his/her performance, he/she may appear in not more than 25% of the written papers of theory courses at the End Semester Examinations, not later than one academic session after the declaration of his/her result on passing the complete examination. There shall be no improvement in the sessional work/dissertation/ vivavoce examination. The marks awarded to him/her for the sessional work/dissertation/ viva-voce examination during his/her regular course of study shall be carried forward. Such candidates shall not be allowed hostel accommodation; Provided that such permission shall be granted only once, and the candidate is not pursuing or undergoing any other course of study in the meanwhile; Provided further that if the candidate fails to improve his/her performance, the marks sheet and/or degree awarded to him/her earlier shall not be withdrawn. 10. Ex-students as defined in Clause 5 of Chapter XVIII(A) of Ordinances (Academic) who are eligible to appear at the M.Ed. examination under Annual System, shall be allowed to complete the degree requirements till 2005 examination.

9.

194

CHAPTER XXXIV Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Civil, Electrical, Mechanical and Chemical)** **(deleted)

**TRANSITORY ORDINANCES **(Deleted)

CHAPTER XXXIV-A Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Chemical, Civil, Electrical and Mechanical) (Effective from the exams. of 1981-82) **(deleted)

*TRANSITORY ORDINANCES TO CHAPTER XXXIV A **(deleted) (Effective from the session 1981-82)

CHAPTER XXXIV- B Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Electronics and Mechanical) (FOUR YEARS DEGREE COURSE EFFECTIVE FROM 1984-85) **(deleted)

*CHAPTER XXXIV C Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Chemical/Civil/Electrical/Electronics/Mechanical) Four years degree course effective from Academic Session 1985-86) **(deleted)

TRANSITORY ORDINANCES TO CHAPTER XXXIV C **(deleted)

** O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

195

CHAPTER XXXIV (D) BACHELOR SCIENCE IN ENGINEERING / BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY (CIVIL/ELECTRICAL/MECHANICAL/COMPUTER/CHEMICAL/PETROCHEMICAL/ELECTRONICS) EXAMINATION (Four - Year Degree Course) (Effective form the Session 1994-95) and Bachelor of Engineering (Civil/Electrical/Mechanical) Examination (Four-Year Degree Course) (Effective from the Session 1993-94)
1. The Degree of B.Sc in Engg. /Bachelor of Technology (Civil /Electrical/Mechanical/ Computers/ Chemical/Petro-Chemical/Elec/tronics)/ Bachelor of Engineering (Civil/Electrical/Mechanical) shall be awarded to candidates who have undergone at this University, a regular course of study for four Academic Years in the relevant branch of study after having passed the Senior Secondary School Certificate (10+2) Examination of this University or an Examination recognized by the University as its equivalent (for B.Sc. in Engg./Bachelor of Technology Course)/ Diploma in Engineering (Civil/Electrical/Mechanical) Examination of this University or an Examination recognized by the University as its equivalent (For Bachelor of Engineering-Evening Course) and have passed First, Second Third and Final Year Examinations of the Courses prescribed for the said Degree. The First Year Examination for the Degree of B.Sc. in Engg. / Bachelor of Technology (Civil/ Electrical/ Mechanical/ Computer/ Electronics/ Chemical/Petro-Chemical)/ Bachelor of Engineering (Civil/Electrical/Mechanical) shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one Academic Year at the University and also satisfy the requirements as per Chapter XVII of the Academic Ordinances. The Second Year Examination of the Degree of B.Sc. in Engg. / Bachelor of Technology (Civil/ Electrical/Mechanical/Computer/Electronics/Chemical/Petro-Chemical) /Bachelor of Enggineering (Civil/Electrical/Mechanical) shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one Academic Year at the University and also satisfy the requirements as per Chapter XVII of the Academic Ordinances after having passed the First Year B.Sc.in.Engg. /Bachelor of Technology/Bachelor of Engineering Examination. The Third Year Examination for the Degree of B.Sc. in Engg./Bachelor of Technology (Civil/ Electrical/Mechanical/Computer/Electronics/Chemical/Petro-Chemical)/Bachelor of Engineering (Civil/Electrical/Mechanical) shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one Academic Year at the University and also satisfy the requirements as per Chapter XVII of the Academic Ordinances after have passed the Second Year B.Sc. in Engg./Bachelor of Technology /Bachelor of Engineering Examination in the corresponding Branch. The Final Year Examination for the Degree of B.Sc. in Engg. /Bachelor of Technology (Civil/ Electrical/Mechanical/Computer/Electronics/Chemical/Petro-Chemical) / Bachelor of Engineering (Civil/Electrical/Mechanical) shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular courses of study for one Academic Year at the University and also satisfy the requirements as per Chapter

2.

3.

4.

5.

Chapter XXXIV (C) & XXX(V) (C) are clubbed together as Chapter XXXIV (D) for B.Sc. Engg. & BE as per OM No XM/AC IV / 2759 dated 7.2.95. Old nomenclature B.Sc. in Engg. is changed to new nomenclature Bachelor of Technology in appropriate branch of Engg. w.e.f. 1999 Examination vide Office Memo No (C) 840 & 841 dated 4.06.1999.

196 XVII of the Academic Ordinances after having passed the Third Year B.Sc. in Engg. /Bachelor of Technology/Bachelor of Engineering Examination in the corresponding Branch. 6. Each Examination shall comprise sessional work, written papers, practical and /or viva-voce Examinations of various courses prescribed by the Faculty on the recommendations of the Board of Studies concerned. The credits and relative weightages of Sessional and University Examination components of each course shall be prescribed by the Faculty. (i) The absolute marks obtained by a candidate in various courses shall be converted into five letter grades on 10 point scale as given below:Grade Letters Grade Points Significance A 10 Outstanding B 08 Very Good C 06 Good D 04 Satisfactory E 02 Unsatisfactory I 0 Incomplete (Absent in Univ. Exam. Component) The grades shall be awarded as per procedure laid down in the Regulations to Academic Ordinances prescribed in this behalf by the University from time to time. The grades in each course shall be awarded on the basis of the total marks obtained by a candidate in the Sessional Work and University Examination. To pass each of the Examinations mentioned in clauses 2 to 5 above, a candidate must obtain atleast grade D in each Theory Course and atleast grade C in each Practical/Project Course. The Session Performance Index (SPI) is the weighted average of the grade points and describe the performance of the candidate in the courses of a particular Academic Year. If the grade points of the letter grades awarded to a candidate in various courses are denoted by G1, G2, G3, etc. and their credits by C1, C2, C3 etc. respectively, the SPI is computed as follows: SPI = (C1G1 + C2 G2 + C3G3 + ) / (C1 + C2 + C3 + ) The Cumulative Performance Index (CPI) describes the overall performance of a candidate upto and including the latest Academic Session. It shall be computed in the manner similar to SPI. The division in which successful candidates are to be placed at the end of the Final Year B.Sc. in. Engg. / B. Tech./Bachelor of Engineering. Examination shall be based on Cumulative Performance Index (CPI) as indicated below: First Division with Honours : CPI = > 8.5 First Division : 8.5 > CPI = > 6.5 Second Division : CPI < 6.5 Provided that for candidates who have been admitted directly on transfer basis from Engineering Institutions, recognized by the University in second Year B.Sc. in

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OM No. XM/AC III (SO)/1042 dated 16.11.1996.

197 Engg./Bachelor of Technology(Four Year Degree Courses), the Division shall be determined on the basis of Cumulative Performance Index(CPI) obtained in B.Sc. in. Engg./ Bachelor of Technology Examinations passed at this University. 10. (i) A Supplementary Examination shall be held after the Annual Examination. A regular candidate who obtains grade (E/I) in not more than 50% of Courses at the Annual Examination may be permitted to appear at the immediately following Supplementary Examination. Such condition shall not apply to regular candidates failing at the Final Year Annual Examination. However, a candidate of I/II/III Year B.Sc. in Engg/B.Tech./Bachelor of Engineering who could not appear at his Annual Examination as a regular candidate due to illness or severe accident, may apply to the Dean for permission to appear at the subsequent Supplementary Examination provided that he has secured at least 50% of the total marks in sessional components of the courses (Theory & Practical).
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The application along with the Medical Certificate of the Medical Officer of the University Hospital/Superintendent of J.N. Medical College Hospital/Chief Medical Officer of the District must be submitted by the candidate to the Deans Office within two weeks from the date of the commencement of Annual Examination.
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Further, if a regular candidate who has fallen ill or met with severe accident during his Annual Examination, may be permitted to appear at his subsequent Supplementary Examination of Theory &/or Practical courses provided that he has cleared at least 50% of the Courses (Theory &/or Practical) in which he has already appeared at the Annual Examination. (ii) A candidate who obtains Grade (E/I) in a Practical/ Project course or in any other course as specified in the Regulations to Academic Ordinance may be permitted to repeat the course (Sessional Work as well as University Examination components) in accordance with the Regulations to the Academic Ordinances in this behalf. A regular candidate may be permitted to improve his grades(s) of Theory Courses(s) only once at the following Supplementary Examination.

(iii)

Provided that after passing Final Year B.Sc. in Engg./ B.Tech./Bachelor of Engineering in Supplementary Examination, a candidate may improve his grade(s) of Theory Course(s) only once to improve his Division at the immediately following Main Examination, provided he/she has not perused higher studies in the mean time.

The candidate will submit the Final Year Grade Sheet/ Degree issued earlier alongwith his/her Examination Form & deposit requisite fee in the Office of the Controller of Examination. (iv) Such candidates mentioned above in (i), (ii) & (iii) shall not be awarded beyond grade B at any subsequent examination after their Annual Examination as regular candidates.

OM No XM/DC-III/Ord./103 dated 24.1.1998. OM No XM/DC-III/Ord./1553 dated 10.11.1997.

198 11. (i) A candidate may be promoted from First Year B.Sc. in Engg./Bachelor of Technology/Bachelor of Engineering to II Year B.Sc. in Engg. /Bachelor of Technology/ Bachelor of Engineering, if he fails in not more than three courses. A candidate may be promoted from II Year. B.Sc. in Engg. /Bachelor of Technology/ Bachelor of Engineering to III Year B.Sc. in Engg. /Bachelor of Technology/Bachelor of Engineering. or from III Year B.Sc. in Engg. /Bachelor of Technology/Bachelor of Engineering to Final Year. B.Sc. in Engg. /Bachelor of Technology/Bachelor of Engineering if he fails in not more than three courses of current class and has cleared all the courses of the preceding class. A candidate not promoted to the next higher class after having undergone a regular course of study, may be permitted to appear at the subsequent University Examination as an ex-student (Chapter XVII of the Academic Ordinances), if otherwise eligible. However, in such cases, his previous sessional component marks of uncleared courses and grades of cleared courses shall be taken into account at the time of preparing his result as an ex-student. (ii) In case, the result in certain courses or all courses of a candidate is cancelled due to unfair means, his University Examination marks and the grades in the said courses shall be cancelled. However, his grades in backlog courses shall not be cancelled unless specified by the Examination Committee.

(ii)

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A candidate detained due to shortage of attendance or long illness or who had failed in more than 50% of his courses may be permitted to repeat the class as a regular student. In such cases, his sessional marks, University Examination marks and grades during the Academic Year shall be treated as cancelled. However, such candidates may be permitted to appear in University Examination of backlog courses of lower class as an ex-student during the Academic Year of detention or illness, if otherwise eligible. A candidate shall complete all the prescribed requirements for the award of Degree of B.Sc. in Engg./ Bachelor of Technology/Bachelor of Engineering in relevant branch within four Academic Years after his admission. However, he may be permitted by the Dean to complete the requirements within next two additional Academic Years. Provided that such candidates who are not promoted from First Year B.Sc. in Engg. /Bachelor of Technology/Bachelor of Engineering to Second Year B.Sc. in Engg. /Bachelor of Technology/ Bachelor of Engineering within two Academic Years after their admission shall not be allowed to repeat the class and their admission shall be cancelled. Provided further that such candidates who are not promoted from Second Year B.Sc. in Engg./Bachelor of Technology/Bachelor of Engineering to Third Year B.Sc. in Engg./Bachelor of Technology/Bachelor of Engineering within two Academic Years after their promotion from the First Year B.Sc. in Engg./Bachelor of Technology/Bachelor of Engineering shall not be allowed to repeat the class and their admission shall be cancelled. However, if a candidate of Final Year B.Sc. in Engg. /Bachelor of Technology/Bachelor of Engineering fails to complete the requirements of Degree in the relevant branch of study within six Academic Years after his admission, thus permitted, the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Faculty, may further permit him to complete the remaining requirements of the Degree within

14.

199 one more additional Academic Year. If the candidate fails to complete the requirements of the Degree after the completion of seven years duration from the date of admission, his admission shall be cancelled. 15. Attendance in all classes (lectures, tutorials, laboratories, practicals, workshop etc.) is compulsory. If the attendance of any candidate at any stage is found unsatisfactory, his name will be removed from the rolls of class. In special cases, the attendance may be condoned in accordance with the rules and regulations of the University prescribed in this behalf from time to time. A candidate who fails at the Annual Examination of First, Second or Third Year B.Sc. in Engineering/Bachelor of Technology/Bachelor of Engineering. and is not eligible to appear at the subsequent Supplementary Examination, his name shall automatically be removed from the rolls of the class. Provided that the candidate who fails at the Annual Examination of First, Second or Third Year B.Sc. in Engineering/Bachelor of Technology/Bachelor of Engineering. and is eligible to appear at the subsequent Supplementary Examination, shall attend higher class provisionally. In case, the candidate is not eligible for promotion to next higher class after the declaration of results of Supplementary Examination, his name shall automatically be removed from the rolls of the class with retrospective effect from the date he failed at the Annual Examination. Provided further that the attendance of such candidates, who become eligible for promotion to next higher class after Supplementary Examination results, shall be counted from the date of commencement of classes. TRANSITORY ORDINANCES TO CHAPTER XXXIV (D) OF ACADEMIC ORDINANCES (Effective from the session 1994-95) for B.Sc. in Engineering Course and from the session 1993-94 for Bachelor of Engineering Course) The last examination as per chapter XXXIV(C)/ XXXV(C) of the Academic Ordinances (as amended upto 1993-94 for B.Sc. in Engineering & upto 1992-93 for Bachelor of Engineering) will be held as under: I B.Sc. in Engg. 1994/ I B.E 1993 II do-. 1995/ II B.E. 1994 III -do1996/III B.E. 1995 IV -do1997/IV B.E. 1996 Not-withstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, candidates who fail in the above mentioned Examination and want to appear at the next corresponding Examination shall be governed by the following Ordinances: (a) The candidates who are admitted to I Year B.Sc. in Engg./ in the session 1993-94 or earlier or who are admitted to I Year Bachelor of Engineering in the session 1992-93 or earlier and are joining the classes under the New Ordinances, XXXIV (D) as regular students, shall be governed by the Academic Ordinances effective from the session 1994-95, provided that such candidates give an undertaking to abide by the Ordinances, Regulations & Rules prescribed for the purpose. A promoted/ex-student is requirement to clear an equivalent course under the existing scheme of Teaching & Examination in lieu of backlog courses of old scheme of Teaching

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200 and Examination as approved by the Faculty/Board of Studies concerned, if necessary. The grades in such cases shall be awarded as per new Academic Ordinances effective from the session 1994-95(for B.Sc. in Engineering Courses) or from the session 1993-94 (for Bachelor of Engineering Courses). (c) Candidates who are admitted to I Year B.Sc.in Engg. /Bachelor of Technology (PetroChemical) during the session1997-98, shall also be governed by chapter XXXIV (D) of Ordinances (Academic) for B.Sc. in Engg. /Bachelor of Technology (Civil/ Electrical/ Mechanical/ Computer/ Electronics/ Chemical/Petro-Chemical) in the Faculty of Engineering & Technology and shall abide by the Ordinances , Regulations & Rules Prescribed for the purpose in the behalf from time to time. The Teaching & Examination schedule & related syllabi for II, III, & IV Year B.Sc. in Engg/B.Tech (Petro- Chemical Engineering) shall be same as for the Ist Year B.Sc. in Engg. /Bachelor of Technology (Civil/ Electrical/ Mechanical/ Computer/ Electronics/ Chemical/ Petro-Chemical.)

(d)

Further, the Teaching & Examination Schedule & related Syllabi for II, III, IV year B.Sc. in Engg. / B.Tech` (Petro-Chemical Engineering) shall be either as prescribed by Chapter XXXIV (D) of Ordinances (Academic) with the provision that optional courses for Petro-chemical Engineering will be introduced at appropriate level or new Ordinances (Academic) shall be framed and incorporated on the recommendations of an Expert Committee to be nominated by the Vice-Chancellor. (O.M. No. LD (C) /528 dated 28-5-1998). REGULATIONS TO CHAPTER XXXIV (D) OF ACADEMIC ORDINANCES FOR BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY/BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING 1. The relative weightages of Sessional Work and University Examination components of various categories of courses as mentioned in Teaching and Examination Schedule shall be as follows: Category of courses Sessional Work (i) (ii) Theory Courses Drawing & Similar Courses, ME102,211,CE202,CHE215, 306 EME-211 & ECE-102 Practical Courses/ Project 25 Marks Relative Weightages Univ. Exam. 100 Marks

Total Marks 125 Marks

(iii)

50 Marks 75 Marks

75 Marks 50 Marks

125 Marks 125 Marks

The following grade ranges may ordinarily be used for the award of grades to the candidates in a course: GRADE RANGES (PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL MARKS OBTAINED) (i) For Theory Courses: 75% and above 60% and above but less than 75% 45% and above but less than 60% 35% and above but less than 45% Less than 35% GRADE

A B C D E

201 (ii) For Practical/Project Courses: 75% and above 60% and above but less than 75% 45% and above but less than 60% less than 45% A B C E

Note:

Fraction in marks obtained by a candidate in a course may be rounded off to the next whole number. (iii) Normally, the distribution of various grades in a group of candidates shall be as follows which can be used as a check: APPROXIMATE %AGE OF STUDENTS OBTAINING THE GRADE For Theory Courses 10 to 25% 25 to 40% 25 to 40% 10 to 25% 0 to 10% For Practical Courses/Projects 20 to 40% 30 to 50% 20 to 40% -----------0 to 5%

GRADE

A B C D E

In case of abnormal distribution of student population, the award of grades to the candidates may be modified by the Result Moderation Committee as per the Regulations to the Moderation Committee (Clause (9), Chapter XV of Academic Ordinances). The grades to the candidates appearing at the Supplementary Examination may be awarded on the basis of grade ranges used at the corresponding Annual Examination, subject to the conditions specified in Clause (10) of Academic Ordinances in this behalf. The better of the two grades at Annual/Supplementary Examination, obtained by the candidate, shall be the final grade. (vi) In case of any error in the submission of sessional marks by the Teacher In charge/Examiner(s) of the Course, a committee consisting of the following members shall take suitable remedial measures depending upon the merit of the case: 1. Dean, Faculty of Engg. & Technology - Chairman 2. Principal, Z.H. College of Engg. & Tech. 3. Coordinator, B.E. Courses 4. Chairman of the Department concerned 5. One senior member of the Faculty not belonging to the concerned Department to be nominated by the Dean. 6. Chief Tabulator, Z.H. College of Engg. & Tech., - Convener There shall be continuous internal assessment of the performance of the candidate throughout the Academic Year based on sessional or class work in various courses, as prescribed in the Teaching and Examination Schedule.

3.

(i)

(ii) The Final University Examination of Theory Courses shall be through written papers or the Final University Examination of Practical Courses shall be through Practical and /or VivaVoce Examination. (iii) The University Examination in Project of Final Year shall be conducted by the External and Internal Examiners through Seminar and/or Viva-Voce Examination.

202 4. The Teacher Incharge of the Course may adopt any of the methods viz. written tests/quiz tests, class or home assignments, practicals, field work, report writing, regularity, seminar, viva-voce tests etc. for assessing the performance of the candidates in sessional or class work. For sessional of each theory course, at least two tests shall be conducted. An additional test may also be conducted but the candidates higher marks in the best two shall be counted for the award of sessional marks & grades. The Teacher Incharge of each course shall be appointed by the Department concerned. He shall prepare the period wise lecture schedule of the course for distribution to the candidates at the beginning of the session and the same shall be submitted to the Chairman of the Department concerned for the purpose of moderation of the question papers. He shall standardize norms of the assessment/ evaluation for the course and ensure its implementation. He shall coordinate the teaching work and assessment/evaluation work in the course. The Teacher-In charge/Examiner(s) of the course shall prepare the detailed Award Lists in duplicate (Sessional and University Examination Marks with Grades) and submit it along with evaluated answer scripts and remuneration bills to the Chief Scrutinizer of the Department concerned for compulsory totaling and scrutiny of evaluated Answer Scripts and Grade Award Lists who in turn shall submit the scrutiny report along with the Grade Award Lists, Scrutinized Answer Scripts and verified Remuneration Bills to the Chairman of the Department concerned. The Chairman of the Department will forward the moderated grade award lists to the Chief Tabulator (Engg. College) for result processing and Answer Scripts and remuneration bills to the Controller of Examinations after re-evaluation work is completed. There shall be no improvement of sessional work of Theory Courses. However, a candidate who has been awarded grade E/I and has secured less than 40% of sessional marks in ME 102,211,CE 202,CHE 21 5,306 EME-211 & ECE-102 or less than 60% of sessional marks in Practical Course/ Project may be allowed by the Dean of the Faculty to repeat the course (i.e., to improve sessional work as well as University Examination components). For the purpose of conversion of CPI (X) at Final Year B.Sc. in Engg. /Bachelor of Technology/Bachelor of Engineering Examination into Equivalent Percentage of Aggregate Marks (Y%), the following formula may be used: Y% = (20 X 380 X + 2725 X 1690)/84. The number of seats for each branch of study (Civil/Electrical/Mechanical/ Computer/ Chemical/ Petro-Chemical/Electronics) for B.Sc. in Engg. /Bachelor of Technology or Civil/ Electrical/ Mechanical/ for Bachelor of Engineering) shall be as approved by the University.

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CHAPTER - XXXIV (E)


(Under Semester System based on Earned Credits & Grading Scheme of Evaluation ) FOR Bachelor of Technology in Chemical /Civil /Computer /Electrical/ Electronics/ Mechanical/PetroChemical Engineering (Effective for the students admitted from the Session 2001 2002) Introduction : (1.1) Faculty of Engineering & Technology has adopted Semester System in place of conventional Annual System for the students admitted to B.Tech. Programmes from the academic session 20012002. Continuous internal assessment, grading system, credit based core and elective courses are essential links for the success of Semester System. It allows a student to qualify for his/her Degree by accumulating a minimum number of specified credits depending upon the ability and convenience of individual student within a specified frame work. (1.2) These Ordinances ( Academic ) and related Regulations will be applicable to the students admitted to B.Tech. Programme during the session 2001-2002 and onwards ( under Semester System based on Earned Credits and Grading Scheme of Evaluation ) offered by the Faculty of Engineering & Technology, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh. All existing rules, Regulations and Ordinances (Academic) related to B.Tech. Programme under Annual System and Grading Scheme of Evaluation are in fractious in the light of these Ordinance (Academic). (However, the existing Ordinances (Academic) under Chapter XXXIV(D) shall remain operative for Bachelor of Engineering (Evening) Degree Programme) (1.3) As and when new B.Tech. Programme in other branches of Engineering are introduced, they will also be governed by these Ordinances (Academic) and related Regulations. (1.4) On the recommendations of the Faculty of Engineering & Technology and approved by various authorities of the University, any or all these Ordinances (Academic) and related Regulations may be deleted or replaced by new ones at any time. (1.5) The medium of instruction in B.Tech. Programme is English. Admissions : (2.1) The Degree of Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) in Chemical/ Civil/Computer/Electrical/ Electronics/Mechanical/Petro-Chemical Engineering shall be awarded to the candidates who have undergone at this University, a regular course of study for Four Academic Years consisting of Eight Semesters in the relevant branch of Engineering after having passed the Senior Secondary School Certificate (10+2) Examination of this University with English, Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics or an Examination recognized by this University as its equivalent or have passed the Diploma in Engineering Examination of this University provided that the candidate has been selected for admission to B.Tech. Programme in the relevant branch of Engineering through Entrance Test for Admission.

EC dated 18.8.2001/29.12.2001.

204 (2.2) Admissions to B.Tech. Programme shall be made at First Semester level through an Entrance Test for Admission conducted by this University. Detailed procedure and rules for admission to B.Tech. Programme shall be made available in the Guide to Admissions published by the University every year. (2.3) Any candidate, not appearing at the Entrance Test for Admission shall not be considered for admission to B.Tech. Programme. However, few seats are reserved for admission to B.Tech. Programme for eligible rank/position holders of Final Year Diploma in Engineering Examination of this University in the year immediately preceding without appearing in the Entrance Test for Admission. Detailed rules for admission to rank/position holders at Diploma in Engineering of this University are given in the Regulations to Ordinances ( Academic) prescribed in this behalf by the University from time to time. Few seats are also reserved for admission to B.Tech. Programme for Self Financing Foreign Nationals/NRIs under IEF Scheme/Cultural Exchange Programme without appearing in the Entrance Test for Admission in accordance with the rules and procedures specified in Special Information Bulletin for Admissions to Foreign Nationals/NRIs published by this University every year. (2.4) There shall be no direct admission at any level of B.Tech. Programme above First Semester level either on transfer basis from other Engineering Institution in India or abroad or on any other ground. (2.5) The University/Dean, Faculty of Engg. & Technology or any other competent authority reserves the right to cancel the admission of any student at any stage during his/her Degree Programme on grounds of unsatisfactory performance in studies or shortage of attendance in classes or indisciplined behaviour. (As per Ordinances of the University). (2.6) Every student admitted to B.Tech. Programme should get himself/herself registered in all regular semesters until the completion of the requirements of his/her Degree within permissible time limit. If for any valid reasons, he/she is unable to register in a Semester, he/she must seek permission of the Dean, Faculty of Engineering & Technology. In the absence of such permission, he/she would be deemed to have left the Degree Programme and his/her name shall be struck off from the roll of the Faculty/University. However, when a student has been permitted to withdraw from all courses during a semester, he/she continues to be on rolls of the Faculty/University. 3. Academic Calendar:

(3.1) Each Academic Year ( 52 weeks ) is divided into two Semesters viz. First ( Autumn ) Semester and Second ( Spring ) Semester, each of which shall be of 20 weeks duration followed by 2 weeks of Winter Break and 10 weeks of Summer Vacations ( which may be utilized for Industrial Training Period). The tentative break up of each Semester shall be as follows : (i) First ( Autumn ) Semester : Teaching ( Phase I ) Mid-Semester Examination Teaching ( Phase II ) Preparation Leave End Semester Univ. Exam Evaluation & Result Processing Period

8 Weeks 1 Week 7 Weeks 1 Week 2 Weeks 1 Week

205 (ii) Winter Break (to be utilized for College Week/ Educational Tour ) (iii) Second ( Spring ) Semester: Teaching (Phase I) Mid-Semester Examination Teaching (Phase II) Preparation Leave End-Semester Univ. Exam. Evaluation & Result Processing Period (iv) Summer Vacations ( to be utilized for Practical Training after VI Semester) 4. Teaching Schedule: (Refer to the Regulations) 2 Weeks

8 Weeks 1 Week 7 Weeks 1 Week 2 Weeks 1 Week

10 Weeks

(Weekly Work Schedule & Students Contact Hours/Week) 5. Change of Branch: In special cases, a limited number of students may be allowed to change over from one branch of study of B.Tech. Programme to another, depending on the availability of seats and their performance in the first two semesters. Detailed rules for change of branch are given in the Regulations to the Ordinances ( Academic) prescribed in this behalf. 6. Semester-Wise Course Structure/Teaching & Examination Schedule:

(6.1) Each Course ( Theory/Practical/Project) has certain number of credits (Cr.) assigned to it depending upon its contact hours per week and their nature as specified below : 1 Lecture hour (L) in a week 1 Tutorial hour (T) in a week 1 Practical hour (P) in a week = 1 Credit = 1 Credit = 0.5 Credit

(6.2) Course Listing/Teaching & Examination Schedule (Semester-wise Course Structure) indicating Nature of the Course ( Theory/Practical), Course Category, Course Number & their Titles, Contact Hours of Lectures/Tutorials/Practicals per week & assigned Credits shall be prescribed by the Faculty on the recommendations of the respective Board of Studies of the Department concerned (refer to Course Listing/Teaching & Examination Schedule / Semester-wise Course Structure for various Branches of Engineering).. (6.3) A letter grade is awarded in each course for which a student is registered during a Semester. On obtaining a pass grade A,B,C or D, the student is supposed to accumulate and earn the credits assigned to the course which will be termed as Earned Credits (EC). (6.4) The minimum number of earned credits required for the award of B.Tech. Degree in an appropriate branch of Engineering is 220. This requirement may be changed by the University for any or all of the B.Tech. Degree Programmes at any time considered necessary by it. The break up of credits for various categories of courses of B.Tech. Degree Programme shall be as follows :

206 (i) Basic Sciences (BS) Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics etc. 30-36 credits

(ii)

Engineering Sciences & Arts ( ESA ) 39-44 credits Graphic Science, Manufacturing Processes & Practice, Mechanics, Strength of Materials, Basic Thermal Sciences, Material Science, Electrical Engineering & Electronics, Computer Programming, Numerical Analysis & Computing etc. Humanities and Management ( HM ) Languages, Humanities, Social Sciences and Management Departmental Core ( DC ) Departmental Electives(DE) Open Electives/Unspecified Courses (OE) 12-16 credits

(iii)

(iv) (v) (vi)

84-108 credits 16-25 credits 8-15 credits

(6.5) The Departmental Course Advisory Committee (DCAC): It shall advise the students to register themselves for the above categories of courses keeping their interest and to progress at their own pace, subject to certain constraints of Earned Credits and Slot System specified in these Ordinances ( Academic ). This Advisory Committee will help the student individually in finalizing his/her study schedule during the semester. (6.6) Of the total course work requirements, several courses are compulsory known as Core Courses and the rest are Elective Courses. Students may choose elective courses from the list of Elective Courses specified by the Department concerned in accordance with their individual needs for his/her future career, every semester. (6.7) In all, 59 credits of Common Course Work is required to be registered in the first two Semesters of B.Tech. Programme as specified in Course Listing/Teaching & Examination Schedule (Semester wise Course Structure). (6.8) The remaining Course Work requirements may vary for one branch of Engineering to another to be decided by the respective Board of Studies of the Departments. 7. Pre-Registration: Pre-registration for the courses to be taken up by the students for third and subsequent semesters will be done before the end of the previous semester for which the date will be announced by the Faculty/Departments. All students are required to complete pre-registration formalities in consultation with their Departmental Course Advisory Committee and to submit the necessary information about the courses to be taken up by them during the following semester. In case a student does not complete his/her pre-registration formalities, he/she may not get the courses of his/her choice subsequently. Pre-registration helps the Department in finalising the courses to be offered during the following semester, teaching load allocation and preparing the time-table etc.

207 8. Registration:

(8.1) Every student admitted to B.Tech. Degree Programme should register himself/herself in all regular semesters till he/she completes all the requirements of his/her Degree . The registration in a course means that the students name is on the roll list in a course for which he/she wants to study and earn credits. If for any valid reasons, he/she is unable to register in a semester, he/she must seek prior permission of the Dean, Faculty of Engineering & Technology, without which, he/she would be deemed to have left the B.Tech Degree Programme and his/her name may be struck off the rolls of the Faculty/University. (8.2) Every student is expected to register for the normal credit loading as per Teaching & Examination Schedule in each regular semester. However, a student at his/her own option may depart from the prescribed credit loading, when feasible. Every student is required to get his/her registration properly completed at his/her own responsibility, failing which he/she shall not be allowed to attend any classes. (8.3) A student who joins first semester of B.Tech. programme will automatically deemed to have been registered for all the courses of I & II Semesters of I Year B.Tech. Programme specified in the Common Teaching & Examination Schedule (Semester-wise Course Structure). Registration cards for first two semesters will be issued by the Office of the Dean, Faculty of Engineering & Technology at the time of admission to B.Tech. Degree Programme. Registration of student for third semester and onwards will be taken up by the Departments concerned on the dates announced by the Faculty/Departments. (8.4) The academic record of the student shall be maintained in the Deans Office by recording the courses for which he/she registers in a semester and the grades obtained in these courses, alongwith the eligibility requirements of minimum earned credits for continuation of his/her Degree Programme. (8.5) It is mandatory for all students to present themselves on the scheduled day for registration. Before the commencement of classes, each student will be given a Course Registration Card which will be the official record of courses registered by the student. Addition, deletion and withdrawl courses shall also be marked on this card by the Office of the Dean, Faculty of Engineering & Technology. Ordinarily, no late registration is permissible. However, in extra ordinary genuine situations due to illness or emergent circumstances, if a student is unable to reach the Office of the Dean, Faculty of Engineering & Technology on the scheduled date of registration, an authorized representative may approach the Dean Faculty of Engineering & Technology with necessary documents/proof for permission for late registration. (8.6) Each student is supposed to get himself/herself registered for the courses of his/her choice in the Office of the Dean, Faculty of Engineering. & Technology and prepares his/her own study Schedule for the semester on the advise by the Departmental Course Advisory Committee (DCAC) subject to certain constraints of Earned Credit System, his/her past performance, work load, and available slots in the Time-Table. (8.7) Those students who do not fulfil all the requirements of first two semesters of the Programme but have fulfilled the minimum Earned Credit requirements for continuation of registration will normally be required to first register for the uncleared courses as far as possible. They may in addition, register for other courses in accordance with the conditions specified below and in consultation with Departmental Course Advisory Committee (DCDA).

208 (i) Only those students who have cleared all University and Hall dues of the previous semesters and have paid required advance payments of University and Hall charges for the current semester will be permitted for registration in the courses during current semester. (Orders to be issued by the University)

(ii) The courses for which registration is sought are being offered during the semester by the teaching department concerned. (iii) The total number of credits registered during a semester at third or higher semester levels, should not be more than 40 which should include fresh courses, backlog courses and courses for improvement of grades, whether through attending classes afresh or through End-Semester Examination alone.
(

iv) Registration for Project Work may be done only after promotion to VII semester with the concurrence of the Departmental Course Advisory Committee(DADC).

(8.8) A student has the option to add/delete/alter the courses from his/her course registration list within a week of Registration. (8.9) A student who is awarded grade E,F,I or W in any Elective Course may register for the same course or any other Elective Course from the same group of Electives according to his liking in consultation with the Departmental Course Advisory Committee(DADC). (8.10) A student may repeat the course only once in which he/she has been awarded a pass grade during previous semesters. (8.11) When the student re-registers for a course as stated above ( 8.9 & 8.10) and is awarded a regular grade ( A,B,C,D or E ), the better of the two grades will be counted for computing SPI (Semester Performance Index)/CPI ( Cumulative Performance Index ) and / or Division. 9. Withdrawal from Course(s)/Semester(s) A student who has been admitted to B.Tech. Degree Programme of this University may be permitted to temporarily withdraw for a maximum period of two semesters during his/her entire permissible tenure of fourteen consecutive semesters from the date of his/her admission. Such withdrawal may be done either for one semester at a time or both semesters at one time. The request for withdrawal can be made in two ways. (i) A student may apply to the Dean, Faculty of Engineering & Technology for the withdrawal from a semester(s) on the prescribed form before the commencement of the End Semester Examination of that semester specifying fully the reasons for withdrawal or (ii) When a student fails to earn the requisite Earned Credits for continuation of admission and his/her name is removed. In such cases, the student can apply on the prescribed form for withdrawal from one or two semesters, as the case may be, before the commencement of next semester after name removal or within one week of the declaration of results, as the case may be. The Dean may approve the request for withdrawal if he is satisfied with the reasons specified by the student. Any marks/credits earned and attendance during the withdrawal semester shall be cancelled and all courses registered in that semester shall be awarded grade W, and the student will have to reregister for the courses of the withdrawal semester at the first available opportunity. Further, no
OM No. XM/SPA/II-368 dated 22/24.7.2006. O.M. NO. XM/AC/Reg./2042 dated 19.8.2004.

209 student will be allowed to withdraw from more than two semesters in any way during his/her entire duration of degree programme, and there shall be no relaxation in the maximum duration of fourteen consecutive semesters from the date of his/her admission for completing the Degree Programme due to semester withdrawal. 10. Registration of Courses in End Semester Examination mode: (10.1)Students are allowed to register courses in End-Semester Examination mode also, the explanation of which is given in (10.5) below. (10.2) A student may be allowed to register for one theory course of not more than 5 credits in EndSemester Examination mode if he/she is able to graduate by passing such a course, irrespective of whether the course is being offered in the current semester to regular students or not, provided that the student has fulfilled the attendance requirement earlier and has been awarded E or I grade in that course. Such a course shall be known as a graduating course. The conditions given in (10.5) for End-Semester Examination mode shall apply. (10.3) Since the need for a graduating course mentioned in (10.2) above can be known only after the declaration of result of the previous semester, the registration for a graduating course may be done after the declaration of result of the previous semester up to a date notified by the Dean, Faculty of Engineering & Technology. (10.4) The End-Semester Examination of all graduating courses shall be conducted simultaneously along with the End-Semester Examination of regular courses of the current semester examination. (10.5) If a student is eligible to appear in the End Semester University Examination after fulfilling the attendance requirement but could not appear due to illness or otherwise or who has failed in a course may appear in the End Semester University Examination of that course in the subsequent semester alongwith the regular students provided that he/she has been awarded incomplete or failed grade (I/E) earlier. In such cases, the student shall be awarded a regular grade up to a maximum of B-grade (i.e. E, D, C or B) on the basis of sessional marks obtained earlier as a regular student and marks obtained in the subsequent End Semester Examination taken together in the course concerned. The grade ranges for awarding grades shall be same as specified in the Ordinances (Academic). No further improvement of grade will be allowed after accumulating earned credits. However, if the student aspires higher grades in a course after he/she has been awarded incomplete or fail grade (I/E) in the concerned course, he/she must get himself/herself registered for the course and fulfil all the requirements of the attendance and Course Work including Mid Semester Examination and End Semester University Examination afresh in the subsequent semesters. Further, a student may improve the grade in a course only once, at the immediately subsequent End Semester Examination. In such cases also, he/she may be awarded a regular grade upto a maximum of B grade on the basis of Sessional Marks (i.e. Course Work & Mid Semester Examination/Test) obtained earlier in the course concerned as a regular student and the marks obtained at the immediately subsequent End Semester Examination taken together in the course concerned. 11. Attendance: ( In lieu of Clause (2) of Chapter XVII of the existing Ordinances ) Attendance in all classes ( Lectures, Tutorials and/or Practicals) of each course separately is compulsory. If the attendance of any student at any stage is found unsatisfactory, he/she may not be
OM No. XM/SPA/FN-57(xiv)/II-534 dated 14.3.2007. OM No. XM/SPA/FN-B.Tech./B.Arch/II-89 dated 26.4.2005.

210 permitted to appear in the End-Semester University Examination by the Teacher concerned. and his/her registration in the course(s) will be cancelled. Such students will be awarded grade F in these Course(s) irrespective of their academic performance in Mid-Semester & End-Semester Examinations. Detailed rules regarding attendance are given in the Regulations to the Ordinances (Academic) in this behalf. 12. Degree Requirements:

(12.1) B.Tech. Degree in an appropriate Branch of Engineering shall be awarded to a student if he/she has accumulated a minimum of 220 Earned Credits within a minimum of 8 semesters as specified in the B.Tech. Degree Programme subject to break up in various categories of courses mentioned therein. He/she must also pay all University and Hall dues as per rules. Moreover, there should be no case of indiscipline pending against him/her. (12.2) A student can register himself/herself for the courses upto a maximum of 240 credits during his/her entire B.Tech. Degree Programme. If a student earns more than a specified minimum total credits (220 +) for the Degree, the better grades satisfying the Degree requirements will be considered for determining the Cumulative Performance Index (CPI) & / or Division. (12.3) A letter grade (as mentioned in Grade Awarding Procedure) shall be awarded in each course for which the student is registered during a semester. (12.4) The Credits of the Courses in which a student has been awarded regular passing grade (A,B,C or D) only will be counted as Earned Credits (EC) by him/her. 13. Semester and Cumulative Performance Index ( SPI/CPI ):

(13.1) The performance of the student is measured by (i) Cumulative Performance Index (CPI) and (ii) the number of Earned Credits (EC). (13.2) The Semester Performance Index (SPI) is the weighted average of the grade points of all courses registered during the semester and describes the performance of a student in all courses registered during a semester. If the grade points corresponding to the letter grades awarded to a student in all courses registered during a semester are denoted by G1,G2,G3 etc. and their corresponding credits by C1, C2, C3 etc., The SPI is computed as follows : SPI = ( C1G1+C2G2 + C3G3+..)/(C1+C2+C3+) or SPI = (Grade Points x Course Credits)/ (Credits in all registered courses)

(13.3) The Cumulative Performance Index (CPI) describes the overall performance of a student in all passed courses up to and including the latest semester since his/her admission to B.Tech. Degree Programme. (13.4) When a student repeats a course, the better of the two grades awarded to the student in the course shall be counted in computing SPI/CPI. Example: For computing SPI/CPI

211 I Semester / I Year B.Tech. Course Number EN101 AP 101 AC 101 AM101 EE 101 ME101 ME103 AP191 AC191 ME191 Total Course Credits 4 3 3 5 3 4 4 1 1 1.5 29.5 Grade Awarded B C B E F C C A B B Earned Credits 4 3 3 0 0 4 4 1 1 1.5 21.5 Points Secured 32 18 24 10(-)* 00 24 24 10 08 12 162/152 Remarks*

SPI = ( I Semester ) = 162/29.5 = 5.491 ; CPI = Not applicable ; EC = 21.5

II Semester / I Year B.Tech.

Course Number CO101 AP102 AC102 AM102 EL101 ME102 CE101 AP192 AC192 ME192 Total :

Course Credits 4 3 3 5 3 4 4 1 1 1.5 29.5

Grade Awarded A B B D E F I B B C

Earned Credits 4 3 3 5 0 0 0 1 1 1.5 18.5

Points Secured 40 24 24 20 06(-)* 00 00 08 08 09 139/133

Remark*

*To be excluded from the calculation of CPI. SPI(IISemester) = 139/29.5=4.711; EC (II Semester)=18.5 ; EC (Cumulative)=21.5+18.5=40 CPI=(152+133)/(21.5 + 18.5) = 7.125; 14. Termination of Registration:

(14.1) The Departmental Course Advisory Committee (DCAC) shall monitor the performance of the students in their studies. It must also recommend the termination of registration from the Faculty, if the student is unable to achieve the requisite academic criteria of minimum earned credit requirements for the purpose of continuation as a student at the end of each academic year or even semester.

212 (14.2) A student who is unable to earn at least 30 credits at the end of second semester his/her admission from B.Tech. Degree Programme shall be terminated. (14.3) A student who earns less than 65 credits (with a minimum passing grade D or above) at the end of first four semesters, his/her admission from B.Tech. Degree Programme shall be terminated. (14.4) The minimum Earned Credit (EC) requirements at the end of each year (even semester) for continuation of admission in the B.Tech. Degree Programme shall be as specified below: Check Point (No of semesters from the date of admission) Minimum EC requirements with no semester with drawal Minimum EC requirements with one semester with drawal before the check point 15 47 82 115 145 175 220 Minimum EC requirements with two semesters with drawal before the check point 0 30 65 100 130 160 220

2 semesters (1 Yrs.) 4 semesters (2 Yrs.) 6 semesters (3 Yrs.) 8 semesters (4 Yrs.) 10 semesters (5 Yrs.) 12 semesters (6 Yrs.) 14 semesters (7 Yrs.)

30 65 100 130 160 190 220

Note: No candidate shall be permitted to continue as a regular student for more than two consecutive academic sessions in any semester. However, he may appear as ex-student, if eligible. (15) Moderation Committee for Question Papers: (In lieu of Clause (9) of Chapter XV of the existing Academic Ordinances)

(15.1) Ordinarily, End Semester University Examination of Theory Courses (Core/Elective) of B.Tech. may be internally evaluated by the internal Examiner(s) to be appointed by the Board of Studies of the concerned Department. For End Semester University Examination of Practical Courses of B.Tech. there may be Internal and External Examiners to be appointed by the Board of Studies of the concerned Department. End Semester University Examination of Project of B.Tech. may be through Seminar and Viva-voce Test to be conducted by a group of Internal and External Examiners to be appointed by the Board of Studies of the concerned Department.
OM No. XM/SPA/II-368 dated 22/24.7.2006.

213 (15.2) There shall be a Teacher Incharge for each course. He/she along with other associated Teachers/Examiners, appointed by the respective Board of Studies of the Department shall be responsible for ( i ) conducting the course ( ii ) holding tests/examinations (iii) maintaining the performance record of the students in various components of evaluation etc. (153.) There shall be a Moderation Committee of the concerned Department consisting of the following members to moderate the Question Papers of the End-Semester University Examination of B.Tech Degree Programme in accordance with the Regulations in this behalf. (i) Chairman of the Department concerned convener (ii) One Senior Teacher of the Department in each broad area of specialization, Note: The Teacher Incharge of the Course or Paper Setter necessary details of the question paper. may be invited, if necessary, to clarify the

(15.4) Result Moderation Committee: (In lieu of Clause (9) of Chapter XV of the existing Academic Ordinances) There shall be a Result Moderation Committee of the concerned Department consisting of the following members to moderate course-wise results of B.Tech. Degree Programme in accordance with the Regulations in this behalf. (i) Chairman of the Department concerned -(Convener) (ii) One Senior Teacher of the Department in each broad area of specialization. (iii) Teacher Incharge of the Course/Examiner concerned. Note: The Result Moderation Committee shall be convened, ordinarily, within one week after the EndSemester University Examination of all theory courses have been held to moderate the course-wise results. 16. Evaluation of Students Performance:

(16.1) A regular grade ( A,B,C,D or E) is awarded to a student in a course for which he/she is registered. The grades in each course shall be awarded on the basis of overall performance in various components of evaluation ( i.e. combined marks in course work including Mid-Semester Examination during the entire semester and End-Semester University Examination of a Theory/Practical/Project Course). (16.2) The Credits assigned to the course for which the student is registered and is awarded a regular passing grade D or above in the Course is counted as Earned Credits (EC). (16.3) The relative weightages of various components of evaluation for various types of courses as mentioned in the Teaching & Examination Schedule (Semester wise Course Structure) shall be as follows: (A) Theory Courses: i) -Course Work (HA, Quiz Tests etc.) ii) -Mid-Semester Examination iii) -End-Semester Univ. Exam.

15% 25% 60%

(B)

Drawing/Design & Similar Courses(including Computers & Programming) i) -Drawing/Design Course Work /Practice Work 40% ii) -Mid-Semester Examination 20% iii) -End-Semester Univ. Exam. 40%

214 (C) Practical Courses: i) -Course Work related to Laboratory/Field Work/ Workshop Practice, Report Writing, Oral Tests etc. ii) -End-Semester Univ. Exam. Project Course:* i) -Course Work, Report Writing etc. (at seventh semester level) ii) -Course Work, Report Writing etc. (at eighth semester level) iii) -End-Semester Univ. Exam. including Seminar

60% 40%

(D)

30% 40% 30%

*The Project Report is to be submitted by a regular student at seventh and eighth semesters level. Comprehensive End-Semester Oral Test is to be carried out by a group of External & Internal Examiners. Every student who presents his/her Project Work in a seminar is also expected to attend the entire Seminar Session arranged by the Department. Due weightage will be given to the students for participation in Seminar Session. The evaluation of Project Work of a student who take more than eight semesters to complete the Degree requirements may be carried out along with the regular students of next batches at their regular seventh and eighth semester level. Normally, Project Work is spread over during seventh and eighth semesters. At the end of seventh semester, an incomplete grade (I) is awarded in Project Work. At the end of eighth semester when all aspects of Project Work are completed, a regular grade ( A,B,C,D, or E) will be awarded for both semesters and the grade (I) awarded at seventh semester level will stand cancelled. (16.4) The combined marks obtained by a student in various components of evaluation ( Course Work including Mid-Semester Examination & End-Semester University Examination) of a course shall be converted into regular letter grades (A,B,C,D,E) on 10-points scale along with other special letter grades F,I and W as given below : Regular Letter Grades Grade Point Significance A B C D E Special Letter Grade I 10 8 6 4 2 Outstanding Very Good Good Satisfactory (Min. Passing Grade) Unsatisfactory (Fail Grade)

F W

0 0

Incomplete grade (absent in End Semester Univ. Exam. or incomplete Project Work to be continued to next semester) Fail grade due to unsatisfactory Attendance &/or performance in a course Withdrawal from a registered course

Note: To earn credits, a student must obtain grade A, B, C, or D in each registered course, required for the award of Degree.

215 (16.5) The following grade ranges may ordinarily be used for the award of course. Grade Ranges Grade (Percentage of combined marks in course work including Mid-Semester and End Semester Examination) 75% and above 60% and above but less than 75% 45% and above but less than 60% 35% and above but less than 45% less than 35% A B C D E grades to the students in a

Note: Fraction in marks obtained by a student in a course may be rounded off to the next whole number. (16.6) Teacher Incharge of the Course/Examiners may set higher or lower grade ranges depending upon the nature of the course, general performance of the students in the course and distribution of students population etc. However, minimum passing grade `D` should never be awarded if a student secures below 35% combined marks in a course. (16.7)To pass a course/improvement of grades by a margin of two or one marks may further be reviewed by awarding G.M. by the Teacher Incharge of the Course/Examiners/Result Moderation Committee. In case of an extra ordinary abnormal situations, the Result Moderation Committee may take suitable corrective measures and even recommend for re-evaluation of answer-scripts of all students in the course. In such abnormal cases, the Teachers Incharge of the Course/ Paper Setter/ Examiner is required to place the evaluated answer scripts alongwith the brief solution and marking scheme before the Result Moderation Committee for speedy re-evaluation of answer-scripts. (16.8) The Grade Ranges used earlier for the course shall be used for awarding grades in re-evaluation cases. Special attention must be paid while re-evaluation is done in border line cases. The reevaluated grades shall be final and binding on the examinee. The re-evaluation is permissible in a maximum of two Theory Courses in each Semester. There shall be no re-evaluation of Practical/Project Course, Seminar or Course Work related to any course. (16.9) Incomplete Grade (I): It is awarded to a student in a course, if he/she has done Course Work during the semester and has not been able to appear at the End Semester University Examination on medical ground or due to extra-ordinary circumstances. Such students who have been awarded grade(I) may apply for re-registration for the same course or its substitute (if permissible) in the subsequent semesters. In case of incomplete Project Course at the end of seventh semester, the grade (I) is awarded and later on at eighth semester level, a regular grade may be awarded on completion of evaluation carried out in both the semesters. (16.10) Detained Grade (F): If a student has been registered for a course but has not attended it properly ( i.e. detained due to shortage in attendance), the Teacher-Incharge of the Course/Examiner will record grade F irrespective of his/her academic performance in course work &/or End-Semester University Examination. In such cases, the student is required to re-register himself/herself in the course or its substitute, if possible, during the subsequent semesters to earn regular grades.
O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord. 57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

216 (16.11)Withdrawal Grade (W): It indicates that the student has opted to withdraw on medical ground or otherwise from the registered course(s) after the approval by the Dean, Faculty of Engineering & Technology. In such cases, grade W will be awarded in the course(s). (16.12) The candidates who have accumulated the required earned credits as per proviso of clause (12) of these ordinances, shall be termed as successful candidates. The Division in which successful candidates are to be placed at the end of the Final year B.Arch/B.Tech. Programme shall be based on Cumulative Performance Index (CPI) as indicated below: First division with Honours First division Second division CPI = > 8.5 8.5>CPI = > 6.5 CPI < 6.5

For the purpose of conversion of CPI(x) into Equivalent Percentage of Aggregate (y%), the following formula may be used: y(%) = (20x - 380x + 2725x - 1690)/84 17. Scholarships & Medals: (For details, refer to Regulations to Ordinances ( Academic ) in this behalf.)
3 2

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

217 Transitory Ordinances to Chapter XXXIV(E) of Ordinances(Academic): The last examination as per Chapter XXXIV(D) of Ordinances (Academic)(as amended up to 20002001 for B.Tech. Programme) will be held as under: I Year B.Tech. II Year B.Tech. III Year B.Tech. IV Year B.Tech. 2001 2002 2003 2004

Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, students who fail in the above mentioned examinations and want to appear at the next corresponding examination shall be governed by the following Ordinances(Academic). a) The candidates who are admitted to B.Tech. Degree Programme in the session 20002001 or earlier and are joining the classes under the Chapter XXXIV(E) of New Ordinances(Academic) as regular students, shall be governed by the New Ordinances, effective from the session 2001-2002 provided that such students give an undertaking to abide by the New Ordinances, Regulations & Rules prescribed for the purpose.

The total Earned Credit Requirements during the entire Degree Programme for such students who were admitted and studied few classes under Annual System, but due to shortage of attendance or otherwise were allowed to continue the remaining classes under Semester System, shall be computed taking into account the prescribed credits (i.e. 60 of I year or 120 of II year or 180 of III year) under Annual System and remaining prescribed credits of the Degree Programme to be covered under Semester System as regular student.
**

The remaining year-wise Earned Credit Requirements for such students shall be same as for the students admitted under Semester System. However, there shall be no relaxation in maximum duration for completing the Degree Programme. It shall be the responsibility of the student to complete the Degree requirements at such a pace as to complete the programme within the maximum prescribed time limit of 14 semesters/7 years (for B.Tech) or 16 Semesters/8 years (for B.Arch.)
**

The table as per anexure shall be used for computing Earned Credit Requirements for the students who were admitted and studied few classes under Annual System but due to shortage of attendance or otherwise they were allowed to complete the remaining classes under the Semester System.
**

Explanation: If a student is admitted to B.Tech. (Mech.) Programme under Annual System and has studied I Year and II Year as a regular student under Annual System, but fails to clear the requisite number of courses for promotion to next higher class and after a lapse of one academic year and after fulfilling the condition for promotion, the student is allowed to continue his/her studies under Semester System as per Transitory Ordinances. He will complete the remaining prescribed Earned Credit (E.C.) requirements of III Year and Final Year B.Tech (Mech.) under Semester System (i.e. 28 credits for V Semester, 28 credits for VI Semester, 25.5 credits for VII Semester and 23.5 credits for VIII Semester or a total of 105

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord. 57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

218 credits). The minimum E.C. requirements for the award of Degree in this case shall be 120 credits of Annual System and 105 credits of Semester System i.e. a total of 225 credits (not 220 credits). (b) There shall be no Equivalent Courses under Semester System in lieu of the Courses under Annual System.
**

A promoted/ex-student who has failed in old courses of Annual System shall be required to clear his/her uncleared courses under Annual System. For such students, the sessional marks obtained earlier as regular student shall be taken into account for the award of grades as per the old procedure (refer to Chapter XXXIV(D)/XCII of Academic Ordinances).
**

However, if the sessional marks in an old course are not available with the Examiner/ Tabulator/Chief Tabulator, the grades may be awarded on the basis of the marks obtained in the University Examination only. In such cases, the marks obtained in University Examination may be enhanced proportionally to the total of maximum marks in the University Examination component and sessionals together in the concerned course under Annual System. However, such students shall not be awarded beyond grade B. In this exercise, a fraction should be rounded off to the next whole number.

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord. 57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

219 Table for Total Earned Credit Requirements for the student who will complete the Degree Programme under combined Annual System and Semester System. Branch of Study Credits already cleared under Annual System I Year Credits II Year Credits III Year Credits Credits to be accumulated under Semester System II Year Credits III Year Credits IV Year Credits Total Minimum Earned Credit Requirements for the award of Degree 223.5 227.5 229 221 224 232 221 226 232 223 227.5 231.7 221 222.5 226.5 221 225 229 221 229 233 305 314 322 337

B.Tech. (Civil)

B.Tech.(Elect.)

60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 72 72 72 72 __ 72 72 72

60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ __ __ 72 72 __ __ __ 72

60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ 60+ __ __ __ __

56+ 57+ 55+ 55.5+ 58.5 56+ 52+ 63 __ __ __ 64 64 __ __

58.5+ 58.5+ 52+ 52+ 54+ 54+ 56+ 56+ 56+ 56+ 56+ 56+ 56+ 56+ 67 67 67 __

49 49 49 52 52 52 52 52 52 51.5 51.5 51.5 46.5 46.5 46.5 49 49 49 53 53 53 39 39 39 39

B.Tech.(Electronics)

B.Tech.(Chemical)

B.Tech.(PetroChemical) B.Tech(Mechanical)

B.Tech.(Computer)

B.Arch.

220

1.

Regulations to Chapter XXXIV (E) of Ordinances (Academic for B.Tech. Degree Programme Common Teaching & Examination Schedule First two Semesters of B.Tech Degree Programme (First Semester (Autumn)

Course Category/ Course No.

Course Title

Periods

Per

Week

Credits

(A) THEORY COURSES: HM/EN 101 English BS/AP 101 Applied Physics I BS/AC 101 Applied Chemistry I BS/AM 101 Applied Mathematics I ESA/EE 101 Basic Electrical Engineering ESA/ME101 Basic Thermal Sciences ESA/ME103 Engineering Mechanics (A) PRACTICAL COURSES: BS/AP 191 Applied Physics Lab. I BS/AC 191 Applied Chemistry Lab. I ESA/ME191 Manufacturing Processes Lab. I Total

3 2 2 4 2 3 3

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

4 3 3 5 3 4 4

19

2 2 3 7

1 1 1.5 29.5

Second Semester (Spring) (A) THEORY COURSES: ESA/CO101 Computers and Programming* 2 BS/AP 102 Applied Physics II 2 BS/AC 102 Applied Chemistry II 2 BS/AM 102 Applied Mathematics II 4 ESA/EL 101 Basic Electronics Engineering 2 ESA/ME102 Engineering Graphics 1 ESA/CE 101 Strength of Materials 3 (B) PRACTICAL COURSES: BS/AP 192 Applied Physics Lab II BS/AC 192 Applied Chemistry Lab II ESA/ME192 Manufacturing Processes Lab II Total

2 1 1 1 1 3 1

4 3 3 5 3 4 4

16

10

2 2 3 7

1 1 1.5 29.5

*The Course CO101 (Computers and Programing) is to be taught by: (1) Computer E.D. (also Coordinating Department) (2) Electronics ED (3) ED (4) MED (5) Chemical ED & (16) AMD and (7) CED

221 2. ABBREVIATIONS & SYMBOLS: (2.1) COURSE CATEGORY: Letter Symbols: Course Categories BS Basic Sciences (AP Physics, AC-Chemistry, AM-Mathematics ESA Engineering Sciences and Arts HM Languages, Humanities, Social Sciences and Management DC Departmental Core DE Departmental Electives OE Open Category Electives/Unspecified (2.2) Course Category Symbols used in Teaching & Examination Schedule (C) Core Courses (E) Elective Courses (Th) Theory Courses (Pr) Practical Courses (2.3) Various Courses that follow will contain the following informations: Course Category Course No. Course Title LTP Credits Remarks*

LTPLecture- Tutorial- Practical hours per week Cr. - Credits assigned as per the following weightages 1 Lecture hour/week = 1 Credit 1 Tutorial hour/week = 1 Credit 1 Practical hour/week = 0.5 Credit Course No. (Refer to Course Numbering Scheme) *Remarks : Exam. Time for End Semester University Examination. 3. Attendance:

(3.1) Attendance in all classes (Lectures, Tutorials and/or Practicals) of each course separately is compulsory. If the attendance of any student at any stage in a course(s) is found unsatisfactory, his/her registration in the course(s) will be cancelled. (3.2) The Teachers Incharge of the Course or associated teacher will consolidate the attendance record of all the students registered in the course from the beginning of the semester till the end of first phase of teaching (consisting of eight weeks duration) and then up to the end of second phase of teaching from the beginning of the semester (consisting of fifteen weeks duration). He will notify the attendance records of the students in his/her course and the same will be sent to Dean, Faculty of Engg. & Tech. within 24 hours after the last working day of the semester. (3.3) Students who have put in 70% or more physical attendance for actual classes held for each course during the entire semester will be eligible to appear at the End Semester University Examination of the course. (3.4) Students who have put in 60% or more but less than 70% physical attendance may be considered for condonation of shortage in attendance by the Condonation Committee. (3.5) A student whose computed attendance in a course during the entire semester is less then 60% or whose shortage in attendance has not been condoned, will be awarded fail grade F in the course irrespective of his/her academic performance in Mid-Semester Examination &/or End-Semester University Examination etc. (3.6) If a student is absent for 15 consecutive days from the commencement of First Semester of First Year without valid reasons, his/her admission from the B.Tech. Programme shall be cancelled.

222 4. Termination of Registration (Withdrawal from Semester(s): (i) In case of withdrawal from a semester(s), the maximum duration in B.Tech. Degree Programme shall be same as seven academic years or fourteen semesters since admission.

(ii) If a student has withdrawn for one or two semesters during his entire time schedule, the earned credits requirements would be reduced for each withdrawn semester and the earned credit requirements for continuation of registration in B.Tech. Degree Programme for each remaining Semesters shall be increased proportionately. (iii) 5. Teaching Incharge of the Course:

(5.1) All evaluation records should properly be maintained by the respective Teacher Incharge of the Course/associated teachers so that scrutiny/checking/re-evaluation and any other statistical data analysis could be carried out if and when necessary. (5.2) When a course is being taught by more than one teacher to various groups/sections/ classes, the course instructions and evaluation work etc. should be on a common standard. They must mutually consult each other to lay out guide lines for instructions and evaluation and to maintain uniformity in all aspects of academic matters. (5.3) The Teacher Incharge of the Course and associated teachers should announce to every group/section/class, the necessary information in respect of (i) the conduct of instructional schedule (lecture-wise academic programme, text books & reference literature, home-assignments, tutorial sheets and instructional sheets for laboratory and field work etc.) (ii) various components of evaluation, their frequency, duration, tentative schedule of home-work and tests and their relative weightages, (iii) details of grade awarding procedure etc. and (iv) conduct of make up tests because of illness or extra ordinary compelling situations. (Student must report to the Teacher Incharge of the Course or associated teacher, immediately on return to the classes and request him for make up in quizzes, Mid-Semester Examination, laboratory work including oral test etc.) There shall be no make up in End Semester University Examination. (5.4) The Teacher Incharge of the Course and associated teachers must ensure that the assignments, answer scripts of Mid-Semester Examination, laboratory reports and drawing/design exercises etc. are returned to the students after correction/evaluation. (5.5) Normally, every teacher who has been assigned a Theory Course by the Board of Studies of the Department shall be the Examiner. However, in exceptional cases, any part of the evaluation work (paper setting and/or evaluation of answer scripts of EndSemester University Examination) may be entrusted to some other teachers of the Department. (5.6) The Teachers Incharge of the Course shall be Paper Setter as well as Examiner for evaluation of answer scripts. The remaining associated teachers shall be Co-Examiners for evaluation of answer scripts of End Semester University Examination. He is supposed to prepare brief solution in case of numerical questions and salient points in case of descriptive questions and marking scheme of evaluation which may be used by the associated Teachers/Examiners. (5.7) The Teacher Incharge of the Course in consultation with the associated teachers shall prepare home-assignments, tutorial sheets, question papers for Mid-Semester Examination and End-Semester University Examination.

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223 (5.8) The Teacher Incharge of the Course and associated teachers are required to be present at the Examination Centre on scheduled dates for conducting tests/examination of the course assigned to them. The Teacher Incharge/Paper Setter/Examiner may announce printing or other minor errors/omissions in the question paper to the students in the Examination Halls, if necessary, which must be reported to the Dean, Faculty of Engineering & Technology. However, he cannot change/add/delete any question or part there of in the question paper. (5.9) Examiners are advised to award marks against each question or part thereof inside the answer scripts to facilitate proper marking and the same is to be recorded in the cage provided on the cover page of the answer scripts. (5.10) All the Examiners are advised not to proceed on leave/to avail vacations till the evaluation work is completed and the grade award lists and evaluated answer scripts are submitted for Scrutiny/Moderation of Result. In case of emergency or extra-ordinary compelling situations, the examiner must obtain prior permission of the Chairman of the Department who will arrange for alternate arrangement for evaluation of answer scripts, if necessary. (5.11) The Teacher Incharge of the Course and associated teachers who have been assigned a course are responsible to notify the marks in various components of evaluation to all the students in the course before the commencement of End-Semester University Examination. If a student finds any discrepancy, omission or error in the modified marks, may approach the concerned teacher for ratification/correction. Necessary correction must be made before the marks/grades in the course are sent to the Chairman of the Department for Scrutiny/course-wise Moderation of Result. (5.12) In case of any error in the submission of marks in the course work by the Teacher Incharge of the Course/Examiner(s), a Committee consisting of the following members shall take suitable remedial measures depending upon the merit of the case: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Dean, F/O Engg. & Tech. ............. Chairman Principal, ZH College of Engg. & Tech. Chairman of the Department concerned. One Senior member of the Faculty, not belonging to the concerned Department to be nominated by the Dean Chief Tabulator, Z.H. College of Engineering and Technology

(5.13) There shall be compulsory re-totaling and scrutiny of evaluated answer scripts of the End Semester University Examination as per procedure laid down in Clause (8). (5.14) If the student is not satisfied with the evaluation of the answer script of End-Semester University Examination, he/she may apply to the Controller of Examination for reevaluation in accordance with the rules laid down by the University in this behalf. (5.15) Procedure for Submission of Grade Award Lists: The Teacher Incharge of the Course/Examiner(s) shall prepare the detailed Grade Award Lists in Duplicate and will submit them along with evaluated answer scripts, and remuneration bills (question paper, attendance sheets are to be kept inside the bundle of answer script) to the Chief Scrutinizer/Scrutinizer of the Department for compulsory retotalling and scrutiny of answer scripts. After scrutiny, the grade award lists are to be sent to the Chairman of the Department concerned for course-wise Moderation of Result within one week time after the the End-Semester University Examination of the Course is held. The Chairman of the Department will ensure that this one week time limit is strictly observed. The Chairman of the Department will forward the moderated grade award list in duplicate to the Chief Tabulator (Engineering College) for result processing and remuneration bills to the Office of the Controller of Examination.

224 6. Examination Schedule:

(6.1) Mid-Semester Examination Schedule: Mid Semester Examination (written) of Theory Courses shall be conducted in a week time allocated for this purpose. Since, no written Mid-Semester Examination are to be held for Practical Courses, the Mid-Semester Examination of Theory Courses can be conducted during a week time, ordinarily one test a day. In no case, Mid-Semester examination should spill over to next week. The evaluated answer scripts of MidSemester Examination must be returned to the students within two weeks. (6.2) End Semester Uni. Exam. Schedule: End Semester University Examination will be conducted in two weeks time allotted for this purpose. One day gap between University Examination of two Theory Courses of a semester is permissible. (6.3) End Semester University Examination of Practical Courses shall be after the University Examination of Theory Courses have been held. (6.4) The Scheme of Examination for B.Tech. Programme will be prepared at the Deans level after consulting respective Chairmen of the Departments and shall be sent to the Controller of Examinations for notification. 7. Rules for the award of Scholarships/Medals:

(7.1) Various scholarships, stipends and other financial assistance are available to the meritorious & deserving students after admission in the University, subject to fulfilling the conditions of the award, the details of which can be obtained from the Office of the Dean Students Welfare. (7.2) The University awards some merit scholarship and medals to B.Tech. students strictly in order of merit in accordance to the following rules: (i) Only those students who are admitted to B.Tech. Programme through Entrance Test for Admission will be eligible for the award of the merit scholarships. The number of merit scholarships/medals and their value for eligible students shall be as determined by the University from time to time. The merit scholarships shall be tenable for eleven months of each academic year starting from July every year regardless of the date of commencement of the academic year provided that the student joins the B.Tech. classes, there is not disciplinary action pending against him/her and has put in attendance requirements satisfactorily during the past two semesters for which merit scholarship is awarded. The Dean, Faculty of Engineering & Technology will send the list of merit scholarship holders of the Dean Students Welfare within a week after the declaration of results. The amount of merit scholarships will not be paid to the students, but it will be adjusted towards his/her University & Hall dues and the balance, if any, shall be paid to the scholarship holder. The merit criteria for the award of merit scholarships/medals shall be as follows: (a) For students admitted to I Year B.Tech. class in all branches of Engineering, the order of merit shall be determined on the basis of the performance at the Entrance Test for Admission.

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(iii)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

225 (b) For students joining II Year B.Tech. class (in all branches of Engineering) after accumulating prescribed Earned Credits (EC) for the first two semesters, the order of merit shall be determined on the basis of CPI at the first two semester Examinations in their first attempt. For students joining III Year B.Tech. class (in the relevant branch of Engineering), after accumulating the prescribed Earned Credits for the four semesters, the order of merit shall be determined on the basis of CPI at the first four semester Examinations in their first attempt. For students joining IV Year B.Tech. class (in the relevant branch of Engineering), after accumulating the prescribed Earned Credits for the first six semesters, the order of merit shall be determined on the basis of CPI at the first six semester Examinations in their first attempt.

(c)

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(vii)

In case of tie in a position/rank, the order of merit shall be determined on the basis of the performance at the end of preceding two semesters Examinations together. In case, the performance in the preceding two semester Examinations also happens to be the same, the performance in the two semester Examinations previous to that will be considered, and so on, till the tie is broken.

(7.3) Medals/Prize: (i) A Gold Medal is awarded to a student who is adjudged to be the best (first in order of merit) among the graduating students of all B.Tech. Programmes. In lieu of Gold Medal, the University may make the award in any other form, it consider appropriate. (ii) A Medal is awarded to student who is adjudged to be the best (first in order to merit) among the graduating students of B.Tech. in each branch of Engineering Programme. One Chakoo Prize is awarded to a student who is adjudged to be the best in Surveying (Theory & Practical Courses of pre-final year level) among the graduating students of B.Tech. (Civil Engineering) Programme.

(iii)

8.

Chief Scrutinizer & Scrutinizers for Compulsory Re-totalling and Scrutiny (under Grading System of Evaluation): The compulsory Re-totalling & Scrutiny of all evaluated answer scripts of End Semester University Examination is being done in order to ensure that any omission or discrepancy in marks/grades is rectified well before the declaration of examination results. It is expected that the Examiners/Teacher Incharge of the Course will submit all the evaluated answer scripts of End Semester University Examination, grade award list in duplicate, attendance sheet, question paper and remuneration bills to the Scrutinizer/Chief Scrutinizer of the Department concerned within one week after the End Semester University Examination has been held. The following guidelines/instructions are to be followed by the Scrutinizers/Chief Scrutinizers for Graduate Courses under Grading System of Evaluation.

(8.1) After receiving the answer-scripts and grade award list etc., the Scrutinizer will check that all the answers have been evaluated and marks have been awarded at the end of each question a part there of and the same have been recorded properly in the cage provided on the cover page of each answer script. (8.2) The Scrutinizer will also check the total marks written on the cover page of the answer scripts which must tally with the marks entered in the grade award lists of the course. He

226 is also advised to check (i) grand total of various components of evaluation in the grade award lists (ii) award of grades as per specified grade ranges and (iii) grace marks if any, in border line cases as per rules in this regard. (8.3) If any answer has been left un-evaluated, the Scrutinizer will inform the concerned Teacher Incharge of the Course/Examiner through the Chairman of the concerned Department for evaluation and appending the signature wherever required. (8.4) If the Scrutinizer finds any discrepancy/error in marks/grades recorded on the cover page of the answer-scripts or grade award lists, he will correct them and put his signature. (8.5) After retotalling and scrutiny of answer-scripts of answer-scripts and grade award lists is completed, the Chief Scrutinizer will append his signature on each answer-scripts and grade award lists and send the grade award lists in duplicate along with verified remuneration bills to the Chairman of the Department concerned for course-wise Moderation of Result who is turn will forwards the same to the Chief Tabulator (Engineering College) for result processing. (8.6) The scrutinized answer scripts are to be kept in safe custody of Examiners/Teacher Incharge of the Course till re-evaluation work is completed or till 20 days after the declaration of result, whichever is later. (8.7) The re-evaluated answer-scripts are to be sent separately and the remaining answerscripts with a statement indicating number of answer scripts received, number of reevaluated answer-scripts submitted to the Chairman of the Department and number of remaining answer-scripts in the bundle should be sent to the Office of the Controller of Examination by the Examiner(s)/Teacher Incharge of the Course. (8.8) Chief Scrutinizer shall monitor the work of re-totalling and scrutiny. If there is any delay in submission of evaluate answer-scripts and grade award lists on the part of Examiners/Teacher Incharge of the Course, he will immediately report his matter to the Chairman of the Department. 9. Deleted

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CHAPTER XXXV
Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical/Mechanical/ Civil Engineering (deleted)

TRANSITORY ORDINANCES
**(Deleted)

TRANSITORY ORDINANCES TO CHAPTER XXXV


(B.E. Courses) (To be effective from the session 1980-81) **(deleted)

CHAPTER XXXV A
Bachelor of Engineering in Civil/Electrical/Mechanical Engineering) (Effective from the session 1982-83) **(deleted)

NOTE:

CHAPTER XXXV B (Not existing)

CHAPTER XXXV C
BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (CIVIL/ELECTRICAL/MECHANICAL) (Three and a half years part-time (Evening) Degree Course) (Effective from Academic Session 1985-86) **(deleted)

TRANSITORY ORDINANCES TO CHAPTER XXXV C


**(deleted)

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord. 57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

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CHAPTER XXXV(D) BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (CIVIL/ELECTRICAL/MECHANICAL) Four - Year (Evening) Degree Course (Effective form the Session 1993-94)
1. The Degree of Bachelor of Engineering (Civil /Electrical/Mechanical) shall be awarded to candidates who have undergone at this University, a regular course of study for four Academic Years in the relevant branch of study after having passed the Diploma in Engineering (Civil/Electrical/Mechanical) Examination of this University or an Examination recognized by the University as its equivalent and have passed First, Second Third and Final Year Examinations of the courses prescribed for the said Degree. The First Year Examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Engineering (Civil/Electrical/Mechanical) shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for on Academic Year at the University and also satisfy the requirements as per Chapter XVII of the Academic Ordinances. The Second Year Examination of the Degree of Bachelor of Engineering (Civil/Electrical/ Mechanical) shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one Academic Year at the University and also satisfy the requirements as per Chapter XVII of the Academic Ordinances after having passed the First Year B.E. Examination in the corresponding Branch. The Third Year Examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Engineering (Civil/ Electrical/ Mechanical) shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one Academic Year at the University and also satisfy the requirements as per Chapter XVII of the Academic Ordinances after have passed the Second Year Bachelor of Engineering Examination in the corresponding Branch. The Final Year Examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Engineering. (Civil/Electrical/ Mechanical) shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular courses of study for One Academic Year at the University and also satisfy the requirements as per Chapter XVII of the Academic Ordinance after having passed the Third Year B.E. Examination in the corresponding Branch. Each Examination shall comprise sessional work, written papers, practical and /or viva-voce Examinations of various courses prescribed by the Faculty on the recommendations of the Board of Studies concerned. The credits and relative weightages of Sessional and University Examination components of each course shall be prescribed by the Faculty. (i) The absolute marks obtained by a candidate in various courses shall be converted into five letter grades on 10 point scale as given below:Grade Letters Grade Points Significance A 10 Outstanding B 08 Very Good

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Chapter XXXIV (C) & XXXIV(C) are clubbed together as Chapter XXXIV(D) for B.Sc. Engg. & B.E O.M. No. XM/AC IV/2759 dated 7.2.95. Chapter XXXIV (C) & XXXV (C) for B.Sc. (Eng..) and B.E. Courses are clubbed together as Chapter XXXI (D) which is now applicable to B.E. (Evening) Degree Course only after the New Ordinances (Academic) for B.Tech. Degree Programme under Semester System have been approved separately by A.C. dated 8.5.2001. for the students admuitted in the session 2001-2002 and onward (Vide Chapter XXXIV (E) for B.Tech. Degree Prgramme).

229 Good Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Incomplete (Absent in Univ. Exam. Component) The grades shall be awarded as per procedure laid down in the Regulations to Academic Ordinances prescribed in this behalf by the University from time to time. The grades in each course shall be awarded on the basis of the total marks obtained by a candidate in the Sessional Work and University Examination. To pass each of the Examinations mentioned in clauses 2 to 5 above, a candidate must obtain atleast grade D in each Theory Course and atleast grade C in each Practical/Project Course. The Session Performance Index (SPI) is the weighted average of the grade points and describe the performance of the candidate in the courses of a particular Academic Year. If the grade points of the letter grades awarded to a candidate in various courses are denoted by G1, G2, G3, etc. and their credits by C1, C2, C3 etc. respectively, the SPI is computed as follows: SPI = (C1G1 + C2 G2 + C3G3 + ) / (C1 + C2 + C3 + ) The Cumulative Performance Index (CPI) describes the overall performance of a candidate upto and including the latest Academic Session. It shall be computed in the manner similar to SPI. The division in which successful candidates are to be placed at the end of the Final Year Bachelor of Engineering. Examination shall be based on Cumulative Performance Index (CPI) as indicated below: First Division with Honours : CPI = > 8.5 First Division : 8.5 > CPI = > 6.5 Second Division : CPI < 6.5 A Supplementary Examination shall be held after the Annual Examination. A regular candidate who obtains grade (E/I) in not more than 50% of Courses at the Annual Examination may be permitted to appear at the immediately following Supplementary Examination. C D E I 06 04 02 0

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10. (i)

Such condition shall not apply to regular candidates failing at the Final Year Annual Examination. However, a candidate of I/II/III Year B.E. who could not appear at his Annual Examination as a regular candidate due to illness or severe accident, may apply to the Dean for permission to appear at the subsequent Supplementary Examination provided that he has secured at least 50% of the total marks in sessional components of the courses (Theory & Practical). The application along with the Medical Certificate of the Medical Officer of the University Hospital/Superintendent of J.N. Medical College Hospital/Chief Medical Officer of the District must
OMXM/DC III/Ord/103 dated 24.1.98.

230 be submitted by the candidate to the Deans Office within two weeks from the date of the commencement of Annual Examination. Further, if a regular candidate who has fallen ill or met with severe accident during his Annual Examination, may be permitted to appear at his subsequent Supplementary Examination of Theory &/or Practical courses provided that he has cleared at least 50% of the Courses (Theory &/or Practical) in which he has already appeared at the Annual Examination. (ii) A candidate who obtains Grade (E/I) in a Practical/ Project course or in any other course as specified in the Regulations to Academic Ordinance may be permitted to repeat the course (Sessional Work as well as University Examination components) in accordance with the Regulations to the Academic Ordinances in this behalf.

(iii) A regular candidate may be permitted to improve his grades(s) of Theory Courses(s) only one at the following Supplementary Examination. Provided that after passing Final Year B.E. in Supplementary Examination, a candidate may improve his grade(s) of Theory Course(s) only once to improve his Division at the immediately following Main Examination, provided he/she has not persued higher studies in the mean time. The candidate will submit the Final Year Grade Sheet/ Degree issued earlier alongwith his/her Examination Form & deposit requisite fee in the Office of the Controller of Examination. (iv) Such candidates mentioned above in (i), (ii) & (iii) shall not be awarded beyond grade B at any subsequent examination after their Annual Examination as regular candidates. A candidate may be promoted from First Year B.E to II Year B.E. if he fails in not more than three courses. A candidate may be promoted from II Year B.E. to III Year B.E. or from III Year B.E. to Final Year B.E. if he fails in not more than three courses of current class and has cleared all the courses of the preceding class. A candidate not promoted to the next higher class after having undergone a regular course of study, may be permitted to appear at the subsequent University Examination as an ex-student (Chapter XVII of the Academic Ordinances), if otherwise eligible.

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(i)

However, in such cases, his previous sessional component marks of uncleared courses and grades of cleared courses shall be taken into account at the time of preparing his result as an ex-student. (ii) In case, the result in certain courses or all courses of a candidate is cancelled due to unfair means, his University Examination marks and the grades in the said courses shall be cancelled. However, his grades in backlog courses shall not be cancelled unless specified by the Examination Committee.

13.

A candidate detained due to shortage of attendance or long illness or who had failed in more than 50% of his courses may be permitted to repeat the class as a regular student. In such cases, his sessional marks, University Examination marks and grades during the Academic Year shall be treated as canceled. However, such candidates may be permitted to appear in University Examination of backlog courses of lower class as an ex-student during the Academic Year of detention or illness, if otherwise eligible.

OMXM/DC III/Ord/1533 dated 10.1197.

231 14. A candidate shall complete all the prescribed requirements for the award of Degree of B.E. in relevant branch within four Academic Years after his admission. However, he may be permitted by the Dean to complete the requirements within next two additional Academic Years. Provided that such candidates who are not promoted from First Year B.E. to Second Year B.E. within two Academic Years after their admission shall not be allowed to repeat the class and their admission shall be cancelled. Provided further that such candidates who are not promoted from Second Year B.E. to Third Year B.E. within two Academic Years after their promotion from the First Year B.E. shall not be allowed to repeat the class and their admission shall be cancelled. However, if a candidate of Final Year B.E. fails to complete the requirements of Degree in the relevant branch of study within six Academic Years after his admission, thus permitted, the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Faculty, may further permit him to complete the remaining requirements of the Degree within one more additional Academic Year. If the candidate fails to complete the requirements of the Degree after the completion of seven years duration from the date of admission, his admission shall be cancelled. 15. Attendance in all classes (lectures, tutorials, laboratories, practicals, workshop etc.) is compulsory. If the attendance of any candidate at any stage is found unsatisfactory, his name will be removed from the rolls of class. In special cases, the attendance may be condoned in accordance with the rules and regulations of the University prescribed in this behalf from time to time. A candidate who fails at the Annual Examination of First, Second or Third Year B.E. and is not eligible to appear at the subsequent Supplementary Examination, his name shall automatically be removed from the rolls of the class. Provided that the candidate who fails at the Annual Examination of First, Second or Third Year B.E. and is eligible to appear at the subsequent Supplementary Examination, shall attend higher class provisionally. In case, the candidate is not eligible for promotion to next higher class after the declaration of results of Supplementary Examination, his name shall automatically be removed from the rolls of the class with retrospective effect from the date he failed at the Annual Examination. Provided further that the attendance of such candidates, who become eligible for promotion to next higher class after Supplementary Examination results, shall be counted from the date of commencement of classes.

16.

TRANSITORY ORDINANCES TO CHAPTER XXXV (D) OF ACADEMIC ORDINANCE


(Effective from the session 1993-94) for B.E. Courses The last examination as per chapter XXXV(C) of the Academic Ordinances (as amended upto 1992-93 for B.E.) will be held as under: I B.E. 1993 II B.E. III B.E. IV B.E. 1994 1995 1996

232 Not-withstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, candidates who fail in the above mentioned Examination and want to appear at the next corresponding Examination shall be governed by the following Ordinances: (a) The candidates who are admitted to I Year B.E. in the session 1992-93 or earlier and are joining the classes under the New Ordinances, XXXV (D) as regular students, shall be governed by the Academic Ordinances effective from the session 1994-95, provided that such candidates give an undertaking to abide by the Ordinances, Regulations & Rules prescribed for the purpose. A promoted/ex-student is requirement to clear an equivalent course under the existing scheme of Teaching & Examination in lieu of backlog courses of old scheme of Teaching and Examination as approved by the Faculty/Board of Studies concerned, if necessary. The grades in such cases shall be awarded as per new Academic Ordinances effective from the session 1993-94.

(b)

REGULATIONS TO CHAPTER XXXV (D) OF ACADEMIC ORDINANCES FOR BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING


1. The relative weightages of Sessional Work and University Examination components of various categories of courses as mentioned in Teaching and Examination Schedule shall be as follows: Category of courses Relative Weightages Sessional Univ. Total Work Exam. Marks (i) Theory Courses (ii) Drawing & Similar Courses EME-211 & ECE-102 (iii) Practical Courses/ Project 25 Marks 50 Marks 75 Marks 100 Marks 75 Marks 50 Marks 125 Marks 125 Marks 125 Marks

The following grade ranges may ordinarily be used for the award of grades to the candidates in a course: -

GRADE RANGES (PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL MARKS OBTAINED)


(i) For Theory Courses: 75% and above 60% and above but less than 75% 45% and above but less than 60% 35% and above but less than 45% less than 35%

GRADE
A B C D E

(ii) For Practical/Project Courses: 75% and above A 60% and above but less than 75% B 45% and above but less than 60% C less than 45% E Note: Fraction in marks obtained by a candidate in a course may be rounded off to the next whole number. (iii) Normally, the distribution of various grades in a group of candidates shall be as follows which can be used as a check:-

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GRADE
A B C D E (iv)

APPROXIMATE %AGE OF STUDENTS OBTAINING THE GRADE


For Theory Courses 10 to 25% 25 to 40% 25 to 40% 10 to 25% 0 to 10% For Practical Courses/Projects 20 to 40% 30 to 50% 20 to 40% -----------0 to 5%

In case of abnormal distribution of student population, the award of grades to the candidates may be modified by the Result Moderation Committee as per the Regulations to the Moderation Committee (Clause (9), Chapter XV of Academic Ordinances). The grades to the candidates appearing at the Supplementary Examination may be awarded on the basis of grade ranges used at the corresponding Annual Examination, subject to the conditions specified in Clause (10) of Academic Ordinances in this behalf. The better of the two grades at Annual/Supplementary Examination, obtained by the candidate, shall be the final grade. In case of any error in the submission of sessional marks by the Teacher Incharge/Examiner(s) of the Course, a committee consisting of the following members shall take suitable remedial measures depending upon the merit of the case: Dean, Faculty of Engg. & Technology Chairman Principal, Z.H. College of Engg. & Tech. Coordinator, B.E. Courses Chairman of the Department concerned One senior member of the Faculty not belonging to the concerned Department to be nominated by the Dean. Chief Tabulator, Z.H. College of Engg. & Tech., Convener There shall be continuous internal assessment of the performance of the candidate throughout the Academic Year based on sessional or class work in various courses, as prescribed in the Teaching and Examination Schedule. The Final University Examination of Theory Courses shall be through written papers or the Final University Examination of Practical Courses shall be through Practical and /or VivaVoce Examination. The University Examination in Project of Final Year shall be conducted by the External and Internal Examiners through Seminar and/or Viva-Voce Examination.

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The Teacher Incharge of the Course may adopt any of the methods viz. written tests/quiz tests, class or home assignments, practicals, field work, report writing, regularity, seminar, viva-voce tests etc. for assessing the performance of the candidates in sessional or class work. For sessional of each theory course, at least two tests shall be conducted. An additional test may also be conducted but the candidates higher marks in the best two shall be counted for the award of sessional marks & grades.

5.

234 6. The Teacher-Incharge of each course shall be appointed by the Department concerned. He shall prepare the period wise lecture schedule of the course for distribution to the candidates at the beginning of the session and the same shall be submitted to the Chairman of the Department concerned for the purpose of moderation of the question papers. He shall standardize norms of the assessment/ evaluation for the course and ensure its implementation. He shall coordinate the teaching work and assessment/evaluation work in the course. The Teacher-Incharge/Examiner(s) of the course shall prepare the detailed Award Lists in duplicate (Sessional and University Examination Marks with Grades) and submit it along with evaluated answer scripts and remuneration bills to the Chief Scrutinizer of the Department concerned for compulsory totalling and scrutiny of evaluated Answer Scripts and Grade Award Lists who in turn shall submit the scrutiny report alongwith the Grade Award Lists, Scrutinized Answer Scripts and verified Remuneration Bills to the Chairman of the Department concerned. The Chairman of the Department will forward the moderated grade award lists to the Chief Tabulator (Engg. College) for result processing and Answer Scripts and remuneration bills to the Controller of Examinations after re-evaluation work is completed. There shall be no improvement of sessional work of Theory Courses. However, a candidate who has been awarded grade E/I and has secured less than 40% of sessional marks in EME-211 & ECE102 or less than 60% of sessional marks in Practical Course/ Project may be allowed by the Dean of the Faculty to repeat the course (i.e., to improve sessional work as well as University Examination components). For the purpose of conversion of CPI (X) at Final Year B.E. Examination into Equivalent Percentage of Aggregate Marks (Y%), the following formula may be used: Y% = (20 X 380 X + 2725 X 1690)/84 9. The number of seats for each branch of study (Civil/Electrical/ Mechanical) shall be as approved by the University.

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CHAPTER XXXVI
Master of Science in Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering **(deleted)

CHAPTER XXXVI-A
Master of Science in (Civil, Electrical, Electronics and Mechanical) Engineering **(deleted)

CHAPTER XXXVI-B
Master of Science in Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering (Effective from the session 1983-84) **(deleted)

TRANSITORY ORDINANCES TO CHAPTER XXXVI-B


(Effective from the session 1983-84) (deleted)

Master of Science in Engineering (Petroleum Processing/Petro-Cheimicals)


(E.C. dated 27.2.1999) ** (deleted)

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CHAPTER XXXVI-(C)
Master of Technology in Chemical/Civil/Electrical/Electronics/ Mechanical/Petroleum Processing & Petro-Chemical Engineering 1. The Degree of Master of Technology in Chemical/Civil/Electrical/Electronics/ Mechanical/ Petroleum Processing & Petro-Chemical Engineering shall be awarded to a candidate who has previously passed the B.Tech. in Chemical/Civil/Electrical/Electronics/ Mechanical/ Petro-Chemical Engineering Examinations of this University and has secured not less than 60% marks in the aggregate or its equivalent CPI/CGPA/NAG or an examination recognised by this University as its equivalent and has subsequently undergone at this University, a regular course of study in the relevant branch for one and a half academic years comprising three semesters and has fulfilled all the requirements prescribed for First, Second and Third Semester Examinations. Provided that a teacher or practicing Engineer or Research Scientist may be admitted as a part-time candidate to the regular course of study for Master of Technology Degree in the relevant branch of study which shall extend over two academic years comprising four semesters for completing the Course Work followed by Dissertation work which may extend to one academic year comprising two semesters. 2. (a) Each or the First, Second and Third Semester Examinations shall comprise written papers and/or sessionals and/or practicals and/or projects and/or design work and/or seminar and/or viva-voce examinations and dissertation work as may be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Faculty and the respective Board of Studies. The dissertation shall be supervised by the Member(s) of the teaching staff of the University as approved by the Board of Studies concerned.

(b)

Provided that a candidate may be allowed to work for the dissertation in other Departments, Universities Research Institutes and such other Organizations as may be recognized by the Faculty on the recommendation of the Board of Studies concerned. In such case, a Supervisor(s) may also be associated from other Organizations in addition to the Member(s) of the University. (c) The dissertation may be submitted only after a candidate fulfils all the requirements of First and Second Semester Examinations. The minimum period required for submission of Dissertation shall be 17 months from the date of admission to full time regular student of 3 semester M.Tech. Programme and 30 months for parttime students of M.Tech. Programme. (d) The Candidate shall submit three copies of his dissertation as per norms prescribed by the Faculty and the Board of Studies concerned. The dissertation shall be examined by a Board of Examiners which shall consist of one External Examiner to be appointed by the Board of Studies and Internal Examiner/Supervisor(s). The Chairman of the Department concerned or his Nominee will act as Moderator. To pass in each of the Theory Courses, a candidate must obtain at least 45% of the total marks n Sessional Work and University Examination allotted to the course.

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EC(598)-3/406 dated 17.4.1998. O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

237 (b) To pass in each of the Laboratory / Design / Project / Dissertation / Seminar Course, a candidate must obtain at least 60% of the total marks in Sessional Work and University Examination allotted to the course. No candidate shall be eligible for the award of M.Tech. Degree in the relevant branch of study unless he has passed in all the courses prescribed for First, Second and Third Semester Examinations. A candidate who fails to obtain minimum passing marks in a course may be allowed to appear only at the subsequent University Examination. The Marks so awarded at the subsequent University Examination and the Sessional marks obtained earlier as a regular candidate, shall be counted for passing the course.

(c)

(d)

Provided if a candidate who fails to obtain minimum passing marks in a course(s) and wishes to pass the course(s), he may be allowed to register in the relevant semester and repeat the said course(s) after the permission of the Dean on the recommendation of the Chairman of the Department concerned within the prescribed time limit as specified in these ordinances. 4. The candidates passing the prescribed courses and securing 75% or more of the grand total marks at First, Second and Third Semester Examinations for M. Tech. Degree in the relevant branch of a study shall be declared to have passed the course in First Division with Honours. The Candidates passing the prescribed courses and securing 65% or more but less than 75% of the grand total marks at First, Second and Third Semester Examinations for M.Tech. Degree in the relevant branch of study shall be declared to have passed with First Division. All other candidates passing the prescribed courses and securing less than 65% marks shall be declared to have passed in Second Division. 5. A regular / part time candidate shall ordinarily complete all the requirements of the M. Tech. Degree within one and a half academic years comprising three semesters / three academic years comprising six semesters respectively after his admission to the course of study. However, he may be permitted to complete the requirements of the degree within the next two additional academic years comprising four semesters by the Dean on the recommendation of the Chairman of the Department concerned. Provided that if a candidate fails to complete the requirement of the Degree within two additional academic years, thus permitted, the Academic Council may for specific reasons and on the recommendations of the Faculty and Board of Studies concerned, further extend the duration to complete the requirements of the Degree. 6. A candidate who fails to pass at least one third of the total prescribed courses at the end of the First Semester shall not be promoted to the Second Semester and at least two-third of the total prescribed courses of the Second Semester shall not be promoted to Third Semester. However, such candidates who fails to fulfil the minimum requirements stated above, may be permitted to appear at the subsequent University Examination as per Clause 3(d) of these Ordinances. A candidate having obtained Postgraduate Diploma of this University under earlier Ordinance and possessing thereafter at least one years teaching / research / professional experience may be allowed to work for M. Tech. Degree in the relevant branch of study and shall be awarded the same after he / she completes the dissertation work extending over a period of not less than six months.

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238 The other conditions and requirements of completing the dissertation work shall be same as prescribed in these Ordinances.
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Provided further that the candidate(s) who fulfils all the requirements of the two semesters as per provisions mentioned above in other clauses may be awarded Postgraduate Diploma in Petroleum Processing & Petro Chemical Engineering. Provided further that in case such candidates complete(s) the requirements of the Third Semester subsequently, the Diploma awarded will stand cancelled.

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No Grace Marks (GM) may be awarded to a candidate for passing Theory or Lab. Course of M. Tech. / P. G. Diploma in the Faculty of Engineering & Technology. A maximum of two Discretionary Marks (DM) may be awarded to a candidate in aggregate only for the improvement of Division at the Final Year M. Tech. / P.G. Diploma Examination in the Faculty of Engineering & Technology. The DM so awarded may be indicated and added to the aggregate of marks. The regular students who are admitted to the M. Tech. Course during July/August of a calendar year and complete the requirements of the Degree within 1 years (i.e. 03 Semesters) but not exceeding 2 years (05 Semesters) after their admissions shall be awarded Degree for the year immediately following the next calendar year. For example, a regular student who was admitted to the M. Tech. Course in July/August, 1991 and completed the course requirements between January, 1993 and December, 1993, shall be awarded the degree of 1993, provided he has completed the course requirement as a regular student during I and II Semesters during the year, 1991 92. The First position at the M. Tech. Examination shall be awarded according to the following criteria :First Position among all Candidates

(ii)

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(ii)

First position among all candidates shall be awarded to the candidate who secures highest marks. First Position among all Regular Candidates First position among all regular candidates shall be awarded to the candidate who secures highest marks after completing the course during the prescribed period. Such a candidate shall also be awarded the Gold Medal. Transitory Ordinances Candidates admitted prior to the implementation of these Ordinance shall be governed by the Ordinances (Academic) under which such candidates were admitted.

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Academic Council dated 19.09.1998 / Executive Council dated 27.02.1999. Office Memo LD No. (C) / 1004 dated 20/22.08.1997. Office Memo No. XM/AC IV/61 dated 05.12.1995.

239

Chapter XXXVI(D)
for Master of Technology in Chemical/Civil/Computer Science and Engineering (Software Engineering) /Electrical/Electronics/Mechanical/Petroleum Processing & Petrochemical Engineering (Four Semester Course) (Effective from the academic session 2003 2004) 1. A candidate will be eligible for admission to a course of study leading to the degree of Master of Technology in Chemical/Civil/Computer Science and Engineering (Software Engineering) / Electrical/Electronics/ Mechanical/ Petroleum Processing & Petrochemical Engineering after having acquired the Bachelor of Technology degree or its equivalent recognized by the University with not less than 60% marks in aggregate in Chemical/Civil/Electrical/Electronics/Mechanical/Petroleum Processing & Petrochemicals Engineering or 65% of marks in aggregate in case of Computer Science & Engineering or its equivalent CPI/CGPA/NAG subject to any further requirements for eligibility laid down by the University from time to time; Provided that a teacher/practicing engineer/research scientist may also be admitted as a part-time candidate to the regular course of study for Master of Technology degree in the relevant branch of engineering, over and above the sanctioned intake. The University, however, reserves the right to cancel the admission of any student at any stage during his/her course on grounds of unsatisfactory performance in studies or shortage of attendance in classes or indisciplined behaviour as per the University rules/ordinances. 2. The degree of Master of Technology in Chemical/Civil/ Computer Science and Engineering / Electrical/Electronics/ Mechanical/ Petroleum Processing & Petrochemical Engineering shall be awarded to candidates who have undergone at the University a regular course of study in the relevant branch of study for two academic years comprising of four semesters and have fulfilled all the requirements prescribed for the first, second, third and fourth semester examinations; Provided that for part-time candidates, the course of study shall extend over a period of four academic years comprising of eight semesters. (a) The first, second, third and fourth semesters shall comprise Theory Courses, Practical/ Laboratory/Design Courses, Seminars, Project and Dissertation as may be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the concerned Board of Studies and Faculty. The examination in each theory course shall consist of sessional work and University Examination.The examination in each practical/laboratory course shall comprise of practical(s), practical reports and viva-voce examination. The examination in each design/project course shall comprise of design/project report and viva voce examination. The examination in each seminar course shall comprise of a written report and presentation. The evaluation in preliminary dissertation shall comprise of candidates presentation and Supervisors evaluation. The examination in dissertation course shall comprise of supervisors evaluation of the candidates work in respect of his regularity, performance, dissertation work report, and a seminar presentation and final viva-voce examination. Only those students who put in atleast 70% physical attendance for each course separately during the semester will be eligible to appear at End-Semester University Examination.

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(c)

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

240 (d) To pass each of the theory courses, a candidate must obtain at least 45% of the total marks in the sessional work and the University examination taken together. To pass each of the practical/laboratory/design/project/seminar/dissertation courses, a candidate must obtain at least 60% of the total marks in the sessional work and the University Examination taken together. A candidate who, having fulfilled the attendance requirements in a course, fails to obtain the minimum passing marks or who could not appear at the End Semester Examination due to illness or any other valid reason may be allowed to re-appear in the University Examination only at the subsequent End Semester University Examination alongwith the regular students. The marks awarded at the subsequent University Examination and the sessional marks obtained earlier as a regular candidate shall be counted for passing the course;

(e)

(f)

Provided that a candidate who fails to fulfil the requirements of a semester may be allowed by the Dean of the Faculty on the recommendation of the Chairman of the Department concerned to reregister in the relevant semester for the uncleared courses within the prescribed time limit. In such cases, the sessional marks awarded earlier shall stand cancelled. (g) No student shall be promoted from First Year to Second Year of the course of study unless he/she clears 50% of the prescribed First Year courses. Any case arising out of the unavoidable circumstances, not covered above, may be considered by the Faculty on the recommendation of the concerned Board of Studies.

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A regular candidate, after admission to the course of study, shall ordinarily complete all the requirements of the Master of Technology degree within two academic years comprising of four semesters, and a part-time candidate shall ordinarily complete within four academic years comprising of eight semesters; Provided that if a candidate fails to complete the requirements of the degree within the normal period for specific reasons, he/she may be permitted to complete the requirements of the degree within the next two additional academic years comprising of four semesters by the Dean of the Faculty on the recommendation of the Chairman of the Department concerned (applicable to regular and part-time candidates alike); Provided further that if a candidate fails to complete the requirements of Degree within two additional academic years thus permitted, the Academic Council may, for specific reasons and on the recommendations of the Faculty and Board of Studies concerned further extend the duration not exceeding one year to complete the requirements of the degree.

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(a)

Ordinarily, the Project and Dissertation of a candidate shall be supervised by one member of the teaching staff as approved by the concerned Board of Studies. However, another members of the teaching staff of the University may also be associated as co-supervisor with the approval of the concerned Board of Studies;

Provided that a candidate may be allowed to do for the dissertation work in other Department of this University or in any other recognized University/Research Institute/Organization as recommended by the concerned Board of Studies. In such cases, combined supervision may be done associating a supervisor from the said Department/Research Institute/Organization alongwith the internal supervisor.

241 (b) There shall be a Departmental. Post Graduate Committee (DPGC) with a convener consisting of teachers representing all major areas of Department as approved by the Board of Studies of the Department concerned. The dissertation report may be submitted for evaluation after screening by the supervisor(s) and the Departmental Post Graduate Committee (DPGC) and after a candidate completes successfully all other requirements of the degree. The dissertation report shall be evaluated by a Board of Examiners which shall consist of one External Examiner, not engaged in teaching in the University and the Supervisor(s) to be appointed by the concerned Board of Studies. One member of the Departmental Postgraduate Committee assigned by the Chairman of the Department may also be present at the time of viva voce Examination. The division in which a candidate is to be placed after passing all the prescribed courses for the award of degree shall be determined on the basis of the aggregate marks obtained by the candidate in all the four semester examinations. A candidate passing the prescribed courses and securing 75% of the aggregate marks or more shall be declared to have passed the M.Tech Examination with First Division with Honours. A candidate passing the prescribed courses and securing 65% or more but less than 75% of the aggregate marks shall be declared to have passed the M.Tech Examination with First Division. A candidate passing the prescribed courses and securing less than 65% of the marks in aggregate shall be declared to have passed the M.Tech Examination with Second Division. A candidate who secures highest marks in aggregate among all the regular candidates of his/her class after completing the course of study during the prescribed period, but before the end of Calendar Year, in the first attempt shall be awarded First Position and a University Medal. Regular students who complete all the requirements of the M.Tech degree within prescribed time limit but before the end of Calendar Year shall be awarded Degree for that Calendar Year.

(c)

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(f)

Transitory Ordinances: Candidates admitted prior to the implementation of these Ordinances shall be governed by the Ordinances (Academic) under which such candidates were admitted. However, the candidates, who are admitted to M.Tech. Degree Programme in the session 2002-2003 or earlier, shall be allowed to complete the remaining requirements of the degree after joining the regular classes in equivalent courses within permissible time limit. An old promoted/ex-student shall be required to clear either an equivalent course in lieu of his uncleared course(s) as approved by the Faculty on the recommendation of the Board of Studies of the Department concerned or to clear the old uncleared course as the case may be. For such candidates, the sessional marks obtained earlier as regular student shall be taken into account for passing the course(s).

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CHAPTER XXXVII

Diploma in Engineering (Civil, Electrical, Electronics and Mechanical) (Year-length Course) **(deleted)

CHAPTER XXXVII-A
Diploma in Engineering (Civil, Electrical, Electronics, Mechanical and Electrical Engg. Instrumentation) **(deleted)

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O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

243

CHAPTER XXXVII (B) DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING


(CIVIL/ELECTRICAL/ELECTRICAL(INSTRUMENTATION)/ MECHANCIAL/ARCHITECTURE AND DRAFTING & DESIGNING (MECH/CIVIL)) (Wef the session 1996-97)

1.

The Diploma in Engineering (Civil, Electrical, Electrical (Instrumentation), Mechanical, Architecture and Drafting & Designing (Mech. & Civil)) shall be awarded to candidates who have undergone at the University a regular course of study for three academic years after having passed the High School Examination of the University with English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent and have passed First, Seconds and Final Examinations of the Course. The First Examination for the Diploma in Engineering shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one academic year at the University. The Second Examination of the Diploma in Engineering shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one academic year at the University after having passed the First Examination for the Diploma in Engineering in the corresponding branch. The Final Examination for the Diploma in Engineering shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one academic year at the University after having passed the Second Examination for the Diploma in Engineering in the corresponding branch. Each of the Examination shall be conducted partly by means of written papers and partly by means of sessional work and practical and viva voce tests as may be prescribed by the Faculty on the recommendation of the Board of Studies concerned. A theory course consists of written paper and corresponding theory sessional. A practical course consists of practical/sessional and corresponding practical/viva voce examinations. To pass each examination a candidate must obtain: (i) (ii) At least 40 per cent marks in each theory course; and At least 60 per cent marks in each practical course. The Division in which the successful candidates are to be placed at end of a Final Examination shall be determined on the basis of combined result of First, Second and Final Examinations with 50 per cent weightage of First, 75 per cent weightage of Second and 100 per cent weightage of Final Examination marks. Candidates who obtain 65 per cent of the marks or more shall be placed in the First Division and those who obtain less than 65 per cent in the Second Division. Candidate who obtain 75 per cent marks or more shall be declared to have passed the Examination in First Division with Honours.

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OM/AC-IV/PA/Ordinances/224 dated 6.2.1997.

244 8. (i) Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, Supplementary Examinations shall be held after each of three Annual Examinations. A candidate who has failed in not more than five theory courses and two practical courses at the Annual Examination shall be eligible to appear at the immediately following Supplementary Examination. No candidate shall be allowed to improve his marks in Sessionals or University Examination or a course after having passed it.

(ii)

(iii)

(iv) A candidate who has failed and secured less than 40% of the sessional marks in Engg. Drawing/Arch. Drawing/Drafting and Designing/Estimating and Costing courses or less than 60% of sessional marks in a practical course may be allowed to repeat the Engg. Drawing/Arch. Drawing/Drafting & Designing/Estimating and Costing/Practical Courses (Sessionals as well as University Examination) during the subsequent session/sessions in regular classes. (v) A candidate of I/II/III Year Diploma in Engineering who could not appear at his Annual Examination as a regular candidate due to his illness or severe accident, may apply to the Dean, Faculty of Engineering & Technology through Principal for permission to appear at the subsequent Supplementary Examination, provided that he has secured not less than 50% of the total marks in sessional components of the course (Theory and Practical).

The application along with the Medical Certificate of the Medical Officer of the University Health Service/Superintendent of the J.N. Medical College Hospital/ Chief Medical Officer of the District, must be submitted by the candidate to the Principals Office within two weeks from the date of commencement of the Annual Examination. 9. A candidate, who has appeared at the First Examination shall be promoted to the Second Year Diploma in Engineering Class, provided that he has failed in not more than three courses. A candidate, who has appeared at the Second Examination of Diploma in Engineering, shall be promoted to the Third Year Diploma in Engineering in corresponding branch provided that he has failed in not more than three courses of Second Year Diploma in Engineering and has passed in all the courses of First Year Diploma in Engineering. A candidate shall complete all the prescribed requirements for the award of Diploma in Engineering in relevant branch within three Academic Years after his admission. However, he may be permitted by the Dean to complete the requirements within next two additional Academic Years. Provided that such candidates who are not promoted from First Year Diploma in Engg. to Second Year Diploma in Engg. within two academic Years after their admission shall not be allowed to repeat the Class and their admission shall be cancelled. However, if a candidate of Final Year Diploma in Engg. fails to complete the requirements of Diploma in the relevant branch of study within five Academic Years after his admission, thus permitted, the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Faculty, may further permit him to complete the remaining requirements of the Diploma within one more additional Academic Year. If

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O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

245 the candidate fails to complete the requirements of the Diploma after the completion of six years duration from the date of admission, his admission shall be cancelled. 12. A student may be allowed continuation in the same class (in cases other than detained) only when his Sessional component is less than 50% of the total marks in Sessional component of the Courses (Theory & Practical).

Transitory Ordinances
Students admitted upto the year 1999-2000 shall continue to be governed by the Ordinances (Academic) in force at the time of their admission.

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CHAPTER XXXVII-C
Diploma in Engineering (Architecture, Civil, Computer, Design & Construction Technology, Design & Production Engg. Electronics, Electrical Instrumentation & Control and Mechanical) (Applicable to the students from the academic session, 2002-2003) 1. The Diploma in Engineering (Architecture, Civil, Computer, Design & Construction Technology, Design & Production Engg. Electronics, Electrical, Instrumentation & Control, Mechanical) shall be awarded to candidates who have undergone at the University a regular course of study for three academic years after having passed the Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University with 45% Marks in English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry or an Examination recognized by the University as its equivalent with 45% Marks in English Mathematics and Science and have passed First, Second and Final Examination of the Diploma course. The First Examination for the Diploma in Engineering shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one academic year at the University. The Second Examination for the Diploma in Engineering shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one academic year at the University after having passed the First Examination for the Diploma in Engineering in the corresponding branch. The Final Examination for the Diploma in Engineering shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one academic year at the University after having passed the Second Examination for the Diploma in Engineering in the corresponding branch. Each of the examination shall be conducted partly by means of written papers and partly by means of sessional work and practical and viva-voce examination as may be prescribed by the Faculty on the recommendation of the Board of Studies concerned. A theory course consists of written paper and corresponding theory sessional work. A practical course consists of practical/sessional work and corresponding practical and/or viva-voce examination. To pass each examination, a candidate must obtain. (i) at least 40% combined marks in sessional work and University Examination of each theory course and also 25% marks in the University Theory Examination component. and (ii) at least 60% combined marks in sessional work and University Examination of each practical course and also 25% marks in the University Practical Examination component. (i) The Division in which the successful candidates are to be placed at the end of final examination shall be determined on the basis of the cumulative marks of first, second and final examinations of Diploma in Engg. Course. Candidates who obtain 65% of cumulative marks or more shall be placed in the First Division and those who obtain less than 65% of cumulative marks shall be placed in the Second Division. Candidates who obtain 75% of cumulative marks or more shall be decleared to have passed the Examination of Diploma in Engg. Course in First Division with Honours.

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O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

247 8. (i) Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, a Supplementary Examination shall be held after each of the three Annual Examinations. A candidate who has failed in not more than five theory courses and two practical courses at the Annual Examination shall be eligible to appear at the immediately following subsequent supplementary examination. No candidate shall be allowed to improve his marks in sessional or University Examination of a course after having passed it. A candidate who has failed and secured less than 40% of sessional marks in Drawing/Architectural Drawing/Design/Quantity Survey & Valuation/ Estimating & Costing courses (or any other practice based course) or less than 60% of sessional marks in a practical course may be allowed to repeat the Drawing/Architectural Drawing/Design/Quantity Survey & Valuation/Estimating & Costing (or any other practice based course) and practical courses (i.e. to improve Sessional work as well as University Examination), during the subsequent session/sessions in regular classes. A candidate of I, II, III year Diploma in Engineering who could not appear at his annual examination as a regular candidate due to his illness or severe accident, may apply to the Dean, Faculty of Engg. & Tech. through Principal University Polytechnic for permission to appear to the subsequent supplementary examination provided that he has secured not less than 50% of the total marks in sessional components of the courses (Theory & Practical). The application along with the Medical Certificate of the Medical Officer of the University Health Service/Superintendent of the JN Medical College Hospital/Chief Medical Officer of the District must be submitted by the candidate in the Office of the Principal University Polytechnic within two weeks from the date of commencement of the annual examination.

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A candidate, who has appeared at the first examination of Diploma in Engineering, shall be promoted to the Second Year Diploma in Engineering class, provided that he has failed in not more than three courses of First Year Diploma in Engineering A candidate, who has appeared at the second examination of Diploma in Engineering, shall be promoted to the Third Year Diploma in Engineering, class in the corresponding branch, provided that he has failed in not more than three courses of Second year Diploma in Engineering and has passed in all the courses of First Year Diploma in Engineering. A candidate shall complete all the prescribed requirements for the award of Diploma in Engineering in relevant branch within three academic years after his admission. However, he may be permitted by the Dean to complete the requirements within next two additional Academic Years. Provided that such candidates who are not promoted from First Year Diploma in Engineering to Second Year Diploma in Engineering within two Academic Years after their admission shall not be allowed to repeat the class and their admission shall be cancelled. Provided further that such candidates who are not promoted from Second Year Diploma in Engineering, to Final Year Diploma in Engineering within two Academic Year after their promotion from the First year Diploma in Engineering, shall not be allowed to repeat the class and their admission shall be cancelled.

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11.

248 However, if a candidate of Final Year Diploma in Engineering fails to complete the requirements of Diploma in the relevant branch of study within five Academic Years after his admission, then the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Faculty, may further permit him to complete the remaining requirements of the Diploma within one more additional Academic Year. If the candidate fails to complete the requirements of the Diploma after the completion of six years duration from the date of admission, his admission shall be cancelled. 12. A student may be allowed continuation in the same class (in cases other than detained) only when his sessional component is less than 50% of the total marks in sessional component of the courses (Theory & Practical). TRANSITORY ORDINANCES 1. Students admitted to Diploma in Engineering during the session 2002-2003 or later shall be governed by amended Ordinances Academic effective from the session 2002-2003. Student admitted during the session 2001-2002 or earlier shall be governed by the Ordinances (Academic) enforced at the time of their admission. However, any student admitted during the session 2001-2002 or earlier and due to any reason is regular student in any class of Diploma in Engineering with those who were admitted during the session 2002-2003 or later shall also be governed by amended Ordinances Academic effective from the session 2002-2003. All teaching and examinations will be carried out under the revised Scheme of Teaching and Examinations from the Academic Session 2002-2003. New Syllabi of the courses of revised Scheme of Teaching and Examination will be introduced in First Year Diploma in Engineering (all branches) from the session 2002-2003. New Syllabi of the courses of revised Scheme of Technology and Examination will be introduced in Second Year Diploma in Engineering (all branches) from the session 2003-2004. New Syllabi of the courses of revised Scheme of Teaching and Examination will be introduced in Final Year Diploma in Engineering (all branches) from the session 2004-2005. Students eligible for continuation in First Year Diploma in Engineering (Civil, Electrical Mechanical) during the session 2002-2003 have to study the New Syllabi for the courses of revised Scheme of Teaching and Examination. Students eligible for continuation in First Year Diploma in Engineering (Architectural Assistantship, Drafting & Designing (Civil), Drafting & Designing (Mech.) and Electrical (Instrumentation)) during the session 2002-2003 shall be continued in First Year Diploma in Engineering (Architecture, Design & Construction Technology, Design & Production Engg. and Instrumentation & Control) respectively. Students who fail in First Year Diploma in Engineering (Civil, Electrical & Mechanical) during the session 2001-2002 under old Syllabi shall be eligible for continuation in Second Year Diploma in Engg. (Civil Electrical & Mechanical) respectively after passing their First Examination and have to study the new Syllabi of the courses of revised Scheme of Teaching and Examinations. Students who fail in First Year Diploma in Engineering Architectural Assistantship, Drafting & Designing (Civil), Drafting & Designing (Mech.) and Electrical (Instrumentation)) during the

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249 session 2001-2002, shall be eligible for continuation in Second Year Diploma in Engineering (Architecture, Design & Construction Technology, Design & Production Engineering and Instrumentation & Control) respectively after clearing their First Examination. 8. Students eligible for continuation in Second Year Diploma in Engineering (Civil, Electrical and Mechanical) during the session 2003-2004, have to study the New Syllabi of the course of revised Scheme of Teaching and Examination. Students eligible for continuation in Second Year Diploma in Engineering, (Architectural Assistantship, Drafting & Designing (Civil), Drafting (Mech.) and Electrical (Instrumentation)) during the session 2003-2004 shall be continued in Second Year Diploma in Engineering, (Architecture, Design & Construction Technology, Design & Production Engineering and Instrumentation & Control) respectively. Students who fail in Second Year Diploma in Engineering (all branches) during the session 20022003 shall be eligible for continuation in Third Year Diploma in Engineering in respective branch after clearing their Second Examination but have to study the similar courses with New Syllabi of Third Year and Second Year Diploma in Engineering (all branches) under revised Scheme of Teaching and Examination and they will be awarded the Diploma with Old title. Students eligible for continuation in Third Year Diploma in Engg. (all branches) during the session 2004-2005 have to study the similar courses with New Syllabi of Third Year and Second Year Diploma in Engineering (all branches) under revised Scheme of Teaching and Examination and they will be awarded the Diploma with old title. Setting of question papers with Old Syllabi shall be extended upto the session 2005-2006 for First, Second and Third Year Diploma in Engineering (all branches). In any case, separate arrangement of teaching will not be made for First and Second Year Diploma in Engg. (all branches) under old Syllabi and Scheme of Teaching and Examination. The existing Clause 7(i), Chapter XXXVII (B) of the Ordinances (Academic) prior to the session 2002-03 shall be applicable to declare the results of Final Year Diploma in Engg. (Civil/ Mechanical/Electrical/Instrumentation & Control/Architectural Assistantship/Design & Construction Technology/Design & Production Engg.) Examination, 2005 for the students admitted in the session 2002-03. The students admitted after 2002-03 may be awarded Diploma in Architectural Assistantship in place of Diploma in Engg. (Architecture/Architectural Assistantship) as recommended by the Board of Studies of the Architecture Section, University Polytechnic at its meeting held on 22.7.2004. The existing Chapter XXXVII (B) of the Ordinances (Academic) related to the Diploma in Engg. shall also be applicable for Diploma in Engg. (Computer/Electronics) stream started in the University Polytechnic from the session 2002-03.

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O.M. No. XM/SPA/II-116A dated 15/16.6.2005.

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CHAPTER XXXVIID Diploma in Engineering (Civil/Civil-Construction Technology/Electrical/ Instrumentation & Control/ Mechanical/Mechanical-Refrigeration and Air Conditioning/ Mechanical Production Engineering/ Computer/Electronics/Plastic Technology/Leather & Footwear Technology)/ Diploma in Architectural Assistantship/Diploma in Interior Design, Examination (Applicable to the students admitted from the academic session 2005-2006)

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The Diploma in Engineering (Civil/Civil-Construction Technology/Electrical/ Instrumentation & Control/Mechanical/ Mechanical-Refrigeration & Air Conditioning/ Mechanical-Production Engineering/ Computer/ Electronics/ Plastic Technology/ Leather & Footwear Technology)/Diploma in Architectural Assistantship/Diploma in Interior Design shall be awarded to the candidates who have undergone at the University a regular course of study for the three academic years after having passed the Secondary School Certificate Examination with English, Mathematics and Science or higher Examination of the University with English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry or an Examination recognized by the University as its equivalent and have passed First, Second, and Final Year Examination of the Diploma Course. The First Year Examination for the Diploma Courses shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one Academic Year at the University and have put in atleast 75% attendance in all theory and practical courses taken together. The Second Year Examination for the Diploma Courses shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one Academic Year at the University after having passed the First Year Examination for the Diploma Courses in the corresponding branch and have put in atleast 75% attendance in all theory and practical courses taken together. The Final Year Examination for the Diploma Courses shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one Academic Year at the University after having passed the Second Year Examination for the Diploma Courses in the corresponding branch and have put in atleast 75% attendance in all theory and practical courses taken together. Each of the Examination shall consist of theory courses and/or practical courses, and/or project as prescribed by the Faculty on the recommendation of the Board of Studies concerned. A theory course shall consist of University Examination (written paper) and corresponding theory sessional work. A practical/project course shall consist of practical/sessional work and corresponding practical and/or viva-voce examination. To pass each Examination, a candidate must obtain: (i) at least 40% combined marks in sessional work and University Examination of each theory course and also 25% marks in the University Examination component. and at least 60% combined marks in sessional work and University Examination of each practical

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251 course or project and also 25% marks in the Viva-Voce/University Examination component. 7. (i) The Division in which a successful candidate is to be placed at the end of Final Examination shall be determined on the basis of the cumulative marks of First, Second and Final Year Examinations of the Diploma Course. (ii) Candidates who obtain 75% of cumulative marks or more shall be placed in First Division with Honours. (iii) Candidates who obtain 65% of cumulative marks or more but less than 75% of cumulative marks shall be placed in the First Division and those who obtain less than 65% of cumulative marks shall be placed in the Second Division. Notwithstanding any thing contained in these Ordinances (Academic), a supplementary examination shall be held only after Final Year Annual Examination. The Supplementary Examination shall consist of Final Year Courses (Theory/Practical). A candidate of Final Year of Diploma Course who has failed in not more than four courses at Annual Examination shall be eligible to appear at the immediately following Supplementary Examination. A candidate of Final year of Diploma Course who has not appeared in Annual Examination due to any reason shall not be eligible to appear in the immediately following Supplementary Examination. A regular promoted student while studying in II or Final Year of Diploma Course may appear at the next subsequent University Examination in uncleared backlog courses of I or II Year of Diploma Course, as the case maybe. A candidate after passing the Diploma Course can improve his/her performance at the subsequent examination (Supplementary/ Annual) only once by appearing at the examination in two theory courses of Final Year of Diploma Course provided that he/she is not pursuing or undergoing any other course of study anywhere in the mean while. Such candidates shall not be provided hostel accommodation; provided that if the candidate fails to improve his/her performance, the marksheet and/or diploma certificate awarded to him/her earlier shall not be withdrawn. No candidate shall be allowed to improve his/her marks in sessional or University Examination of a course after having passed it except in case of improvement of performance as mentioned in Clause 8(V). Any candidate who fails to fulfil the requirement of promotion as laid down in Clauses 9 and 10 shall cease to be a regular student. Such candidate may appear in uncleared courses as ex-student at the subsequent University Examination, if eligible. The marks awarded at the subsequent University Examination and sessional marks obtained earlier as a regular student shall be taken into consideration for passing the uncleared/backlog courses. A candidate who has failed and secured less than 40% of sessional marks in practice based theory course(s) e.g. BCE-112, BCT-217 etc or less than 60% of sessional marks in a practical course(s)/project in any branch of Diploma Course may be allowed to repeat that theory/practical course(s)/project (sessional work as well as University Examination), during the subsequent session(s) in regular classes, if eligible. In such cases, marks obtained earlier in sessional work as well as University Examination shall be disregarded.

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252 (viii) A candidate who passes all the courses prescribed for First, Second and Final Year Examinations of Diploma Course separately in first attempt as a regular candidate shall be awarded rank/position. A candidate who passes a course(s) with grace marks/discretionary marks or passes in the Supplementary Examination/backlog course(s) at any stage during his entire Diploma Course shall not be awarded any rank/position. Further, any candidate securing Second Division shall be not considered for the award of rank/position. 9. A candidate, who has appeared at the First Year Examination of Diploma Course, shall be promoted to the Second Year of Diploma Course, provided that he has failed in not more than four(4) theory and/or practical course(s) of First Year of Diploma Course. A candidate, who has appeared at the Second Year Examination of Diploma Course, shall be promoted to the Final Year of Diploma Course, provided that he has failed in not more than four(4) courses of Second Year of Diploma Course and has cleared all the courses of First Year of Diploma Course. A candidate shall complete all the prescribed requirements for the award of Diploma in relevant branch of study within three academic years after his/her admission. However, he/she may be permitted by the Dean Faculty of Engg. & Technology to complete the remaining requirements within next two additional academic years; Provided that such candidates who are not promoted from First Year of Diploma Course to Second Year of Diploma Course within two academic years after their admission, shall not be allowed to repeat the class and their admission shall stand cancelled; Provided further that such candidates who are not promoted from Second Year of Diploma Course to Final Year of Diploma Course within two academic years after their promotion from the First Year of Diploma Course shall not be allowed to repeat the class and their admission shall stand cancelled. However, if a candidate who has undergone a regular course of study in Final Year of Diploma Course and fulfils the attendance requirements, but fails to complete the requirements of Diploma Course in the relevant branch of study within five academic years after his admission, then the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Faculty/Dean, may further permit him to complete the remaining requirements of the Diploma Course as an ex-student within one more additional academic year. If the candidate fails to complete the requirements of the Diploma Course within six years from the date of admission, his admission shall stand cancelled. In no case, the total duration shall exceed six years from the date of his/her admission. 12(i). A candidate of First/Second Year of Diploma Course who has not been promoted to Second/Final Year of Diploma Course or a candidate of Final Year Diploma Course who has not been found eligible for Supplementary Examination after Annual Examination may seek continuation/readmission as a regular candidate in the same class in the immediately following academic session within a week of the commencement of the class. Such candidates shall fulfil the attendance and sessional requirements etc afresh. Any marks obtained earlier and attendance during preceding session shall be disregarded. (ii)A candidate of First/Second/Final Year Diploma Course who has not appeared in Annual Examination due to shortage of attendance must seek continuation/re-admission as a regular candidate in the same class in the immediately following academic session within a week of the commencement of the class. Such candidates shall fulfil the attendance and sessional requirements etc afresh. Any marks obtained earlier and attendance during the preceding session shall be disregarded.

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253 13. A maximum of five (5) Grace Marks (GM) each may be awarded in not more than two courses to enable a candidate to pass an examination. Moreover, a maximum of two (2) Discretionary Marks (DM) may be awarded to a candidate of Final Year of Diploma Course for improvement of Division provided that he/she has not been awarded any grace mark in Final Year Examination of Diploma Course. The GM/DM so awarded may be added to aggregate of marks.

Transitory Ordinances Students admitted to Diploma Course upto session 2004-2005 shall continue to be governed by the Ordinances (Academic) enforced at the time of their admission. However, any student admitted during the session 2004-2005 or earlier and due to any reason becomes a regular-student in any class of Diploma Course with those who were admitted during the session 2005-2006 or later shall be governed by amended Ordinances effective from the session 2005-2006.

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Diploma in Catering and Food Technology, Architectural Assistantship Electronics Engineering, Costume Design and Dress Making and Office Assistantship and Secretarial Practice (for women only) (deleted)

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DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING (3-Years) (Electronics/Electronics-TV Technology/Computer) / Diploma in Costume Design & Garment Technology/ Diploma in Office Assistantship & Secretarial Practice) (2- Years) 1. (i) The Diploma in Engineering [Electronics/Electronics (TV Technology/Computer] shall be awarded to candidates who have undergone at this University a regular course of study for three academic years in the relevant branch after having passed the Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University with English, Mathematics and Science or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent and have passed First, Second and Final Examinations of the course. Diploma in Costume Design and Garment Technology/Office Assistantship and Secretarial Practice shall be awarded to the candidates who have undergone at this University a regular course of study for two academic years after having passed the Secondary School Certificate/High School Examination of this University with English as one of the subjects or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent and have passed First and Final Examinations of the course.

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The First Examination for all Diploma courses shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one academic year at the University. The Second Examination in case of Diploma in Engineering and Final Examination in case of Diploma in Costume Design and Garment Technology/Office Assistantship and Secretarial Practice shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one academic year at the University after having passed the First Examination for the Diploma course in the corresponding branch. The Final Examination for the Diploma in Engineering shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one academic year at the University after having passed the Second Examination for Diploma in Engineering in the corresponding branch. Each of the Examinations shall be conducted partly by means of written papers and partly by means of sessional work and practical and viva-voce test as may be prescribed by the Faculty on the recommendations of the Board of Studies concerned. A theory course consists of written paper and corresponding theory sessional. A practical course consists of practical/sessional and corresponding practical/viva-voce Examination. To pass each examination, a candidate must obtain: (i) At least 40 per cent marks in each theory course., and (ii) At least 60 per cent marks in each practical course. (i) The Division in which the successful candidates are to be placed at the end of a Final Examination shall be determined on the basis of the combined results of: (a) First, Second and Final Examination with 50 per cent weightage of First, 75 per cent weighatage of Second and 100 per cent weightage of Final Examination marks of Diploma in Engineering courses

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256 (b) OR First and Final Examinations with 50 per cent weightage of First and 100 per cent weightage of Final Examination marks of Diploma in Costume Design and Garment Technology/Office Assistantship and Secretarial Practice.

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Candidates who obtain 65% of the marks or more shall be placed in the First Division and those who obtain less than 65%, in the Second Division. Candidates who obtain 75 per cent marks or more shall be declared to have passed the Examination in First Division with Honors. Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, Supplementary Examinations shall be held after each of the Annual Examinations. A candidate who has failed in not more than 50 per cent each in theory courses and practical courses separately at the Annual Examination shall be eligible to appear at the immediately following Supplementary Examination. No candidate shall be allowed to improve her marks in sessional or University Examination or a course after having passed it. A candidate of Diploma course who could not appear at her Annual Examination as a regular candidate due to her illness or severe accident, may apply to the Dean, Faculty of Engineering & Technology through Principal for permission to appear at the subsequent Supplementary Examination. The application along with the Medical Certificate of the Medical Officer of the University Health Service/Superintendent of J.N. Medical College Hospital/Chief Medical Officer of the District, must be submitted by the candidate to the Principals Office within two weeks from the date of commencement of the Annual Examination. A candidate who has appeared at the First Examination shall be promoted to the: (a) (b) Second Year Diploma in Engineering Class provided that she has failed in not more than three courses; and Final Year Diploma in Costume Design and Garment Technology/Office Assistantship and Secretarial Practice provided that she has failed in not more than two courses.

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A candidate who has appeared at the Second Examination of Diploma in Engineering shall be promoted to the Third Year Diploma in Engineering in corresponding branch, provided that she has failed in not more than three courses of Second Year Diploma in Engineering and has passed in all courses of First Year Diploma in Engineering. A candidate shall complete all prescribed requirements for the award of: (a) Diploma in Engineering in relevant branch within three Academic Years after her admission; and

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257 (b) Diploma in Costume Design and Garment Technology/Office Assistantship and Secretarial Practice within two Academic years after her admission. However, she may be permitted by the Dean to compete the requirements within next two additional Academic Years in both the courses.

Provided that such candidates who are not promoted from First Year Diploma within two Academic Years after their admission shall not be allowed to repeat the class and their admission shall be cancelled. Provided further that such candidates who are not promoted from Second Year Diploma in Engineering to Final Year Diploma in Engineering within two Academic Years after their promotion from the First Year Diplomas in Engineering shall not be allowed to repeat the class and their admission shall be cancelled. However, if a candidate of Final Year Diploma fails to compete the requirements of Diploma in Engineering in the relevant branch within five Academic Years and Diploma in Costume Design and Garment Technology/Office Assistantship and Secretarial Practice within four Academic Year after her admission, thus permitted, the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Faculty, may further permit her to complete the remaining requirements of the Diploma within one more additional academic year. If the candidate fails to compete the requirements of the Diploma after the completion of six years duration for Diploma in Engineering and five years duration for Diploma in Costume Design and Garment Technology/Office Assistantship and Secretarial Practice from the date of admission her admission, shall be cancelled. 12. A student may be allowed continuation in the same class only when her sessional component is less than 50% of the total marks in sessional component of all the courses (Theory and Practical) or when she has been detained due to shortage of attendance giving genuine reasons to the satisfaction of the Principal/Dean.

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(For Diploma Courses in Womens Polytechnic) **Diploma in Engineering (Electronics/Information Technology/Computer) (3-years course) Diploma in Costume Design & Garment Technology/Office Assistantship and Secretarial Practice (2-years course) Effective from the session 2002-2003 1. (i) The Diploma in Engineering (Electronics/ Information Technology/Computer) shall be awarded to candidates who have undergone at this University a regular course of study for three academic years in the relevant branch after having passed the Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University with English, Mathematics and Sciences or an Examination recognised by the University as its equivalent and have passed First, Second and Final Examinations of the course. Diploma in Costume Design & Garment Technology/Office Assistantship & Secretarial Practice shall be awarded to the candidates who have undergone at this University a regular course of study for two academic years in th relevant branch after having passed the Secondary School Certificate/High School Examination of this University with English as one of the subjects or an examination recognised by the University as its equivalent and have passed First and Final Examinations of the course.

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The First Examination for all Diploma courses shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one academic year at the University. The Second Examination in case of Diploma in Engineering and Final Examination in case of Diploma in Costume Design & Garment Technology/Officer Assistantship & Secretarial Practice shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one academic year at the University after having passed the First Examination for the Diploma Course in the corresponding branch. The Final Examination for the Diploma in Engineering shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one academic year at the University after having passed the Second Examination for Diploma in Engineering in the corresponding branch. Each of the Examination shall be conducted partly by means of written papers and partly by means of sessional work and practical and viva-voce examination as may be prescribed by the Faculty on the recommendation of the Board of Studies concerned. A theory course consists of written paper and corresponding theory sessional. A practical course consists of practical/sessional and corresponding practical/viva-voce examinations. To pass each examination, a candidate must obtain (i) at least 40%marks in each theory course and 25% marks in University Examination. (ii) at least 60% marks in each practical course and 25% marks in University Examination. (i) The Division in which the successful candidates are to be placed at the end of Final Examination shall be determined on the basis of the combined results of: (a) First, Second and Final Examinations with equal weightage for First, Second and Final Examination marks of Diploma in Engineering courses; and

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259 (b) First and Final Examinations with equal weightage of First and Final Examination marks of Diploma in Costume Design & Garment Technology/Office Assistantship & Secretarial Practice.

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Candidates who obtain 65% of the marks or more shall be placed in the First Division and those who obtain less than 65% in the Second Division. Candidates who obtain 75% marks or more shall be declared to have passed the Examination in First Division with Honors. Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, Supplementary Examination shall be held after each of the Annual Examination A candidate who has failed in not more than 50% each in theory courses and practical courses separately at the Annual Examination shall be eligible to appear at the immediately following Supplementary Examination. No candidate shall be allowed to improve her marks in sessional or University Examination of a course after having passed it. A candidate of Diploma Course who could not appear at her Annual Examination as a regular candidate due to her illness or severe accident, may apply to the Dean, Faculty of Engineering & Technology through Principal for permission to appear at the subsequent Supplementary Examination.

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The application alongwith the Medical Certificate of the Medical Officer of the University Health Service/Superintendent of J.N. Medical College Hospital/Chief Medical Officer of the District must be submitted by the candidate in the Principals Office within two weeks from the date of commencement of the Annual Examination. 9. (i) A candidate who has appeared at the First Examination shall be promoted to the: (a) Second Year Diploma in Engineering provided that she has failed in not more than three courses OR Final Year Diploma in Costume Design & Garment Technology/Office Assistantship & Secretarial Practice provided that she has failed in not more than two courses.

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A candidate who has appeared at the Second Examination of Diploma in Engineering shall be promoted to the Third Year Diploma in Engineering in corresponding branch, provided that she has failed in not more than three courses of Second Year Diploma in Engineering and has passed in all courses of First Year Diploma in Engineering. A candidate shall complete all prescribed requirements for the award of: (a) Diploma in Engineering in relevant branch within three academic years after her admission and

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However, she may be permitted by the Dean to complete the requirements within next two additional Academic Years in both the courses. Provided that such candidates who are not promoted from First Year Diploma within two Academic years after their admission shall not be allowed to repeat the class and their admission shall be cancelled. Provided further that such candidates who are not promoted from Second year Diploma in Engineering to Final Year Diploma in Engineering within two Academic Years after their promotion from the First year Diploma in Engineering shall not all allowed to repeat the class and their admission shall be cancelled. However, if a candidate of Final Year Diploma fails to complete the requirements of Diploma in Engineering in the relevant branch within five Academic Years and Diploma in Costume Design & Garment Technology/Office Assistantship & Secretarial Practice within four Academic Years after her admission, thus permitted, the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Faculty, may further permit her to complete the remaining requirements of the Diploma within one more additional academic year. If the candidate fails to complete the requirements of the Diploma after the completion of six years duration for Diploma in Engineering and five years duration for Diploma in Costume Design & Garment Technology/Office Assistantship & Secretarial Practice from the date of admission, her admission shall be cancelled. 12. A student may be allowed continuation in the same class only when her sessional component is less than 50% of the total marks in sessional component of all the courses (Theory and Practical) or when she has been detained due to shortage of attendance giving genuine reasons to the satisfaction of the Principal/Dean.

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Chapter XXXVIII(C) (For Diploma Courses in Womens Polytechnic) Diploma in Engineering (Computer/Electronics/Information Technology) (3-year course) (Effective from the session 2005-2006)

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The Diploma in Engineering (Computer/Electronics / Information Technology) shall be awarded to candidates who have undergone at this University a regular course of study for three academic years in the relevant branch after having passed the Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University with English, Mathematics and Sciences or higher Examination of the University with English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry or an Examination recognised by the University as its equivalent and have passed First, Second and Final Examinations of the Diploma in Engineering. The First Year Examination of Diploma in Engineering in relevant branch shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one academic year at the University and put in at least 75% attendance in all theory and practical courses taken together. The Second Year Examination of Diploma in Engineering shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one academic year at the University after having passed the First Year Examination of the Diploma in Engineering in the corresponding branch and have put in at least 75% attendance in all theory and practical courses taken together. The Final Year Examination of the Diploma in Engineering shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one academic year at the University after having passed the Second Year Examination of Diploma in Engineering in the corresponding branch and have put in atleast 75% attendance in all theory and practical courses taken together. Each of the Examination shall consist of theory courses and/or practical courses, and/or project as prescribed by the Faculty on the recommendation of the Board of Studies concerned. A theory course shall consist of University Examination (written paper) and corresponding theory sessional work. A practical course/project shall consist of practical/sessional work and corresponding practical and/or viva-voce examination. To pass each Examination, a candidate must obtain: (i) at least 40% combined marks in sessional work and University Examination (written paper) of each theory course and also 25% marks in the University Examination (written paper) and (ii) at least 60% combined marks in sessional work and University Examination of each practical course or project and also 25% marks in the University Examination/ Viva-Voce Examination. The Division in which a successful candidate is to be placed at the end of Final Examination shall be determined on the basis of the cumulative marks of First, Second and Final Year Examinations of the Diploma in Engineering taken together. A candidate who obtains 75% of cumulative marks or more shall be placed in First Division with Honours.

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262 (iii) A Candidate who obtains 65% of cumulative marks or more but less than 75% of cumulative marks shall be placed in the First Division and those who obtain less than 65% of cumulative marks shall be placed in the Second Division. Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances (Academic), a Supplementary Examination shall be held only after Final Year Annual Examination. The Supplementary Examination shall consist of Final Year Courses (Theory/Practical) only. A candidate of Final Year of Diploma in Engineering who has failed in not more than four Courses at Annual Examination shall be eligible to appear at the immediately following Supplementary Examination. A candidate who has not appeared in Annual Examination due to any reason shall not be eligible to appear in the immediately following Supplementary Examination. A regular promoted student while studying in II or Final Year of Diploma in Engineering may appear at the next subsequent University Examination in uncleared backlog courses of I or II Year of Diploma in Engineering as the case maybe. A candidate after passing the Diploma in Engineering can improve her performance at the subsequent examination (Supplementary/Annual) only once by appearing at the examination in two theory courses of Final Year of Diploma in Engineering provided that she is not pursuing or undergoing any other course of study anywhere in the mean while. Such candidates shall not be provided hostel accommodation; Provided that if the candidate fails to improve her performance, the marksheet and/or diploma certificate awarded to her earlier shall not be withdrawn. No candidate shall be allowed to improve her marks in sessional or University Examination of a course after having passed it except in case of improvement of performance as mentioned in Clause 8(v). Any candidate who fails to fulfil the requirement of promotion as laid down in Clauses 9 and 10 shall cease to be a regular student. Such candidate may appear in uncleared courses as ex-student at the subsequent University Examination, if otherwise eligible. The marks awarded at the subsequent University Examination and sessional marks obtained earlier as a regular student shall be taken into consideration for passing the uncleared/backlog courses. A candidate who has failed and secured less than 60% of sessional marks in Engineering Drawing or practical course(s) may be allowed to repeat the sessional as well as University Examination during the subsequent sessions(s) in regular classes, if otherwise eligible. In such cases, marks obtained earlier in sessional work as well as University Examination shall be disregarded.

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263 9. A candidate, who has appeared at the First Year Examination of Diploma in Engineering, shall be promoted to the Second Year of Diploma in Engineering, provided that she has failed in not more than four(4) theory and/or practical course(s) of First Year of Diploma in Engineering. A candidate, who has appeared at the Second Year Examination of Diploma in Engineering, shall be promoted to the Final Year of Diploma in Engineering, provided that she has failed in not more than four(4) courses of Second Year of Diploma in Engineering and has cleared all the courses of First Year of Diploma in Engineering. A candidate shall complete all the prescribed requirements for the award of Diploma in relevant branch of study within three academic years after her admission. However, she may be permitted by the Dean Faculty of Engineering & Technology to complete the remaining requirements within next two additional academic years; Provided that such candidates who are not promoted from First Year of Diploma in Engineering to Second Year of Diploma in Engineering within two academic years after their admission, shall not be allowed to repeat the class and their admission shall stand cancelled; Provided further that such candidates who are not promoted from Second Year of Diploma in Engineering to Final Year of Diploma in Engineering within two academic years after their promotion from the First Year of Diploma in Engineering shall not be allowed to repeat the class and their admission shall stand cancelled. However, if a candidate who has undergone a regular course of study in Final Year of Diploma in Engineering and fulfils the attendance requirements, but fails to complete the requirements of Diploma in Engineering in the relevant branch of study within five academic years after her admission, then the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Faculty/Dean, may further permit her to complete the remaining requirements of the Diploma in Engineering as an ex-student within one more additional academic year. If the candidate fails to complete the requirements of the Diploma in Engineering within six years from the date of her admission shall stand cancelled. In no case, the total duration shall exceed six years from the date of her admission. 12(i). A candidate of First/Second Year of Diploma in Engineering who has not been promoted to Second/Final Year of Diploma in Engineering or a candidate of Final Year Diploma in Engineering who has not been found eligible for Supplementary Examination after Annual Examination may seek continuation/re-admission as a regular candidate in the same class in the immediately following academic session within a week of the commencement of the class. Such candidates shall fulfil the attendance and sessional requirements etc afresh. Any marks obtained earlier and attendance during the preceding session shall be disregarded. (ii) A candidate of First/Second/Final Year Diploma in Engineering who has not appeared in Annual Examination due to shortage of attendance must seek continuation/re-admission as a regular candidate in the same class in the immediately following academic session within a week of the commencement of the class. Such candidates shall fulfil the attendance and sessional requirements etc afresh. Any marks obtained earlier and attendance during the preceding session shall be disregarded. 13. A maximum of five (5) Grace Marks (GM) each may be awarded in not more than two courses to enable a candidate to pass an Examination. Moreover, a maximum of two (2) Discretionary Marks (DM) may be awarded to a candidate of Final Year of Diploma in Engineering for improvement of

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264 Division provided that she has not been awarded any grace mark in Final Year Examination of Diploma in Engineering. The GM/DM so awarded may be added to aggregate of marks. Transitory Ordinances Candidates admitted to Diploma in Engineering upto session 2004-2005 shall continue to be governed by the Ordinances (Academic) enforced at the time of their admission. However, any candidate admitted during the session 2004-2005 or earlier and due to any reason becomes a regularstudent in any class of Diploma in Engineering with those who were admitted during the session 2005-2006 or later shall be governed by the amended Ordinances effective from the session 20052006.

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Chapter XXXVIII(D) (For Diploma Courses in Womens Polytechnic) Diploma in Costume Design & Garment Technology/ Secretarial Practice (2-year course) (Effective from the session 2005-2006)
1. Diploma in Costume Design & Garment Technology/Secretarial Practice shall be awarded to the candidates who have undergone at this University a regular course of study for two academic years in the relevant course of study after having passed the Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University with English as one of the subjects or an examination recognised by the University as its equivalent and have passed First and Final Examinations of the Diploma Course. The First Year Examination of Diploma in Costume Design & Garment Technology/Secretarial Practice shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one academic year at the University and put in at least 75% attendance in all theory and practical courses taken together. The Final Examination Year of Diploma in Costume Design & Garment Technology/Secretarial Practice shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one academic year at the University after having passed the First Year Examination of the corresponding Diploma Course and have put in at least 75% attendance in all theory and practical courses taken together. Each of the Examination shall consist of theory courses and/or practical courses, and/or project as prescribed by the Faculty on the recommendation of the Board of Studies concerned. A theory course shall consist of University Examination (written paper) and corresponding theory sessional work. A practical course/project shall consist of practical/sessional work and corresponding practical and/or viva-voce examination. To pass each Examination, a candidate must obtain: (i) at least 40% combined marks in sessional work and University Examination (written paper) of each theory course and also 25% marks in the University Examination (written paper) and at least 60% combined marks in sessional work and University Examination/Viva-Voce of each practical course or project and also 25% marks in the University Examination/ VivaVoce Examination. The Division in which a successful candidate is to be placed at the end of Final Examination shall be determined on the basis of the cumulative marks of First and Final Year Examinations of the Diploma Course taken together. A Candidate who obtains 75% of cumulative marks or more shall be placed in First Division with Honours. A Candidate who obtains 65% of cumulative marks or more but less than 75% of cumulative marks shall be placed in the First Division and those who obtain less than 65% of cumulative marks shall be placed in the Second Division.

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6.

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

OM. NO. XM/SPA/FN.68/II-341dated 10.6.2006.

266 7. (i) Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances (Academic), a Supplementary Examination shall be held only after Final Year Annual Examination. The Supplementary Examination shall consist of Final Year Courses (Theory/Practical) only. A candidate of Final Year of Diploma Course who has failed in not more than four courses at Annual Examination shall be eligible to appear at the immediately following Supplementary Examination. A candidate who has not appeared in Annual Examination due to any reason shall not be eligible to appear in the immediately following Supplementary Examination. A regular promoted student while studying in Final Year of Diploma in Engineering may appear at the next subsequent University Examination in uncleared backlog courses of I Year of Diploma Course. A candidate after passing the Diploma Course can improve her performance at the subsequent examination (Supplementary/Annual) only once by appearing at the examination in two theory courses of Final Year of Diploma Course provided that she is not pursuing or undergoing any other course of study anywhere in the mean while. Such candidates shall not be provided hostel accommodation; Provided that if the candidate fails to improve her performance, the marksheet and/or diploma certificate awarded to her earlier shall not be withdrawn. (vi) No candidate shall be allowed to improve her marks in sessional or University Examination of a course after having passed it except in case of improvement of performance as mentioned in Clause 7(v). Any candidate who fails to fulfil the requirement of promotion as laid down in Clause 8 shall cease to be a regular student. Such candidate may appear in uncleared courses as ex-student at the subsequent University Examination, if otherwise eligible. The marks awarded at the subsequent University Examination and sessional marks obtained earlier as a regular student shall be taken into consideration for passing the uncleared/backlog courses. A candidate who has failed and secured less than 60% of sessional marks in practice based theory course or practical course(s) may be allowed to repeat the sessional as well as University Examination during the subsequent sessions(s) in regular classes, if otherwise eligible. In such cases, marks obtained earlier in sessional work as well as University Examination shall be disregarded.

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

(vii)

(viii) A candidate who passes all the courses prescribed for First and Final Year Examinations of Diploma Course separately in first attempt as a regular candidate shall be awarded rank/position. A candidate who passes a course(s) with grace marks/discretionary marks or passes in the Supplementary Examination/backlog course(s) at any stage during his entire duration of Diploma Course shall not be awarded any rank/position. Further, any candidate securing Second Division shall not be considered for the award of rank/position. 8. A candidate, who has appeared at the First Year Examination of Diploma Course shall be promoted to the Final Year of Diploma Course provided that she has failed in not more than four(4) theory and/or practical course(s) of First Year of Diploma Course.

267 9. A candidate shall complete all the prescribed requirements for the award of Diploma Course within two academic years after her admission. However, she may be permitted by the Dean Faculty of Engineering & Technology to complete the remaining requirements within next two additional academic years; Provided that such candidates who are not promoted from First Year of Diploma Course to Final Year of Diploma Course within two academic years after their admission, shall not be allowed to repeat the class and their admission shall stand cancelled; However, if a candidate who has undergone a regular course of study in Final Year of Diploma Course and fulfils the attendance requirements, but fails to complete the requirements of Diploma Course within four academic years after her admission, then the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Faculty/Dean, may further permit her to complete the remaining requirements of the Diploma Course as an ex-student within one more additional academic year. If the candidate fails to complete the requirements of the Diploma Course within five years from the date of her admission shall stand cancelled. In no case, the total duration shall exceed five years from the date of her admission. 10.(i) A candidate of First Year of Diploma Course who has not been promoted to Final Year of Diploma Course or a candidate of Final Year Diploma course who has not been found eligible for Supplementary Examination after Annual Examination may seek continuation/re-admission as regular candidate in the same class in the immediately following academic session within a week of the commencement of the class. Such candidates shall fulfil the attendance and sessional requirements etc afresh. Any marks obtained earlier and attendance during the preceding session shall be disregarded. (ii) A candidate of First / Final Year Diploma Course who has not appeared in Annual Examination due to shortage of attendance must seek continuation / re admission as a regular candidate in the same class in the immediately following academic session within a week of the commencement of the class. Such candidates shall fulfil the attendance and other requirements etc afresh. Any marks obtained earlier and attendance during the preceding session shall be disregarded. 11. A maximum of five (5) Grace Marks (GM) each may be awarded in not more than two courses to enable a candidate to pass an Examination. Moreover, a maximum of two (2) Discretionary Marks (DM) may be awarded to a candidate of Final Year of Diploma Course for improvement of Division provided that she has not been awarded any grace mark in Final Year Examination of Diploma Course. The GM/DM so awarded may be added to aggregate of marks.

Transitory Ordinances Candidates admitted to Diploma Course upto session 2004-2005 shall continue to be governed by the Ordinances (Academic) enforced at the time of their admission. However, any candidate admitted during the session 2004-2005 or earlier and due to any reason becomes a regular-student in Final Year of Diploma Course with those who were admitted during the session 2005-2006 or later shall be governed by the New Ordinances effective from the session 2005-2006.

268

CHAPTER XXXIX
Certificate in Mechanical and Civil Draftsmanship (deleted)

CHAPTER XL
B.U.M.S. (Bachelor of Unani Medicine & Surgery) **(deleted)

Transitory Ordinance
**(deleted)

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

269

CHAPTER XL
Kamil-e-Tib-o-Jarahat (BUMS) (Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery) 1. The Degree of Kamil-e-Tib-o-Jarahat (Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery) shall be awarded to the candidates who:(i) having previously passed the Pre-Tib Examination, have undergone a regular course of study for not less than five academic years at the Ajmal Khan Tibbiya College of the University; have passed the I, II, III, IV and V Professional Examinations; and have undergone the prescribed training in the form of Internship for a period of six months at a Hospital or Institution/Center approved for this purpose by the University. Provided that such Internship should be completed within a year after the successful completion of the Final Professional Examination.

(ii) (iii)

2.

A candidate shall be deemed to have undergone a regular course of one academic year of study for each Professional Examination, namely, I, II, II, IV & V Professional Examinations, only if he has fulfilled the attendance requirements in each subject, as prescribed in Chapter XVII of these Ordinances. The medium of instruction and examination shall be Urdu. The terminology used shall be standard modern terminology with Arabic equivalent. No candidate shall be admitted to the course of study for the Pre-Tib. Examination unless he has:(i) passed the High School/Secondary School Certificate Examination or an equivalent examination recognized by the University. OR passed the Alim (Arabic) or Kamil (Persian) or Adib Kamil (Jamia Urdu, Aligarh) Examination or is a Farighul Tahsil from a Dars-i-Nizami Madarsah. been selected in accordance with the rules and regulations prescribed in this behalf by Academic Council from time to time. The Pre-Tib Examination shall be conducted in two parts (Part I and Part II); Part I Examination shall be open to the candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one academic year and Part II Examination, to the candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one academic year after passing the Pre-Tib Part I Examination.

3.

4.

(ii)

(iii)

5.

(i)

Provided that no candidate shall be permitted to appear at the Pre-Tib Part I or Part II Examination, as the case may be, unless he has fulfilled the attendance requirements as prescribed in Chapter XVII of these Ordinances. OR (ii) are deemed to be ex-students as defined in Chapter XVII of these Ordinances.

E.C. dated 18/19/20 Feb. 1984. E.C. Res. No. 4 (para 190 of part C of Appendix (C) dated 21/22.2.1987 and 27.3.1987.

270

6.

The Pre-Tib Part I and Part II Examinations shall comprise such papers, sessionals, practical and viva-voce examinations as may be prescribed by the Board of Studies, Faculty and the Academic Council from time to time. Provided that candidates who have passed the qualifying examination with Science (with Biology) and English shall be exempted from teaching as well as Examination in Science (with biology) and English; similarly those who have passed an Oriental examination (Arabic), shall be exempted from teaching and examination in Arabic and Mantiq-wa-Falsafa. Those who have not studied Science (with Biology) or Arabic will study and appear in all subjects prescribed for the Pre-Tib Examination. Provided further that candidates who have passed the qualifying examination (other than Oriental Examination) with English as one of the subjects in the same level, may be exempted from English, and those who have passed, in addition to the qualifying examination, any other recognized examination in the same level in Science with Biology and without English may be exempted from Science.

7.

The examination marks allotted to each written paper, practical, viva- voce and the combined practical and via-voce examination shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Board of Studies and the Faculty. Provided that in subjects for which a practical or viva-voce or the combined practical and viva-voce Examination has been prescribed , 25% of the maximum marks shall be assigned to sessional work during the academic year, 10% of the maximum marks to record book and 65% of the maximum marks for practical/viva-voce/the combined practical and viva-voce Examination.

8.

To pass the Pre-Tib Part I or Part II Examination, a candidate must obtain a minimum of 40% of the marks separately in (1) theory and (2) practical, sessional and record book in each of the subject. Provided that no candidate shall be promoted to Part II of the Course unless he has passed in at least four of the prescribed subjects (inclusive of practicals/sessionals, viva-voce examination wherever prescribed. Provided further that no candidate shall be promoted to the First Professional course unless he has passed in all the subjects prescribed for the Pre-Tib Part I and Part II Examinations.

9.

The Pre-Tib Part-I and Part II Examinations shall be conducted twice a year, an Annual Examination and a Supplementary Examination. FIRST PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATION

10.

The First Professional Examination shall be open to the candidates who:(i) have passed at least one year previously the Pre-Tib Examination from this University and have undergone a regular course of study for a period of one academic year for the First Professional Examination. OR are deemed to be ex-students as defined in Chapter XVII of these Ordinances.

(ii)

E.C. Res. No. 12(24) dated 26.10.1985. E.C. Res. No. 4(para 190, Part C of Appendix C dated 21/22.2.87 and 27.3.1987.

271 11. The First Professional Examination shall comprise written papers, practicals examinations in the following subjects:1. 2. 3. 4. 12. Umoore Tabiya Ilmul Advia (Kulliyat-e-Advia) Tashreeh Paper I * Munafeul Aza Paper I and viva-voice

The maximum marks allotted to each written paper, practical, viva-voce and the combined practical and viva-voce examinations in each of the Professional Examinations, namely, I, II, III, IV, and V Professional Examinations shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Board of Studies and the Faculty. Provided that in a subject for which a practical or via-voce or the combined practical and viva-voce examination has been prescribed 25% of the maximum marks shall be assigned to sessional work during the academic year, 20% of the maximum marks to record book and 55% of the maximum marks to the practical or via-voce or the combined practical and viva-voce examinations.

SECOND PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATION


13. The Second Professional Examination shall be open to candidates who (i) have passed at least one year previously the First Professional Examination and have undergone a regular course of study for a period of one academic year for the Second Professional Examination. OR are deemed to be ex-students as defined in Chapter XVII of these Ordinances.

(ii) 14.

The Second Professional Examination shall comprise written papers, practical and viva-voce examination in the following subjects: 1. 2. 3. 4. *Munafeul Aza Paper II *Tashreeh, Paper II Ilmul Advia (Mufridat) Hifzane Sehat.

THIRD PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATION


15. The Third Professional Examination shall be open to candidates who:(i) have passed at least one year previously the Second Professional Examination and have undergone a regular course of study for a period of one academic year for the Third Professional Examination. OR are deemed to be ex-students as defined in Chapter XVII of these Ordinances.

(ii) 16.

The Third Professional Examination shall comprise the written papers, practical and viva-voce examination in the following subjects:1. Ilmul Advia (Murakkabat-wa-Saidla)

E.C. Res. No.4 (para 190, Part C of Appendix C) dated 21/22.2.87 and 27.3.1987.

272 2. 3. 4. Saririyat (Usool-e-Tashkhis-0-Tajweez) Ilmul Amraz Tibbi Qanoon wa-Ilmul Samoon.

FOURTH PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATION


17. The Fourth Professional Examination shall be open to candidates who:(i) have passed at least one year previously the Third Professional Examination and have undergone a regular course of study for a period of one academic year for the Fourth Professional Examination. OR are deemed to be the ex-students as defined in Chapter XVII of these Ordinances.

(ii) 18.

The Fourth Professional Examination shall comprise written papers, practical and viva-voce examination in the following subjects: 1. 2. 3. 4. Ilmul Qabalat wa Mutlaqa Amraz Tarikhe Tib Amraz Niswan wa Atfal Moaliajt (Part I).

FIFTH PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATION


19. The Fifth Professional (Final) Examination shall be open to candidates who:(i) have passed at least one year previously the Fourth Professional Examination and have undergone a regular course of study for a period of one academic year for the Fifth Professional Examination. OR are deemed to be ex-students as defined in Chapter XVII of these Ordinances.

(ii) 20.

The Fifth Professional (Final) Examination shall comprise written papers, practical and viva-voce examination in the following subjects:1. 2. 3. 4. Jarahiyat Moalijat (Part II) Amraz Ain, Anaf, Halaq etc. Matab. To pass each of the Professional Examination, a candidate must obtain a minimum of 50% of the marks in each written paper, sessional and record book, practical/viva voce or the combined practical and viva-voce examination separately. Candidates obtaining 60% or more marks in the aggregate of all the Professional Examinations (I, II, III, IV and V Professionals) shall be placed in the First Division, and the remaining candidates passing the Examination shall be placed in the Second Division. A candidate who secures not less than 75% of the marks in the aggregate of a subject shall be declared to have passed with distinction in that subject.

21.

(a)

(b)

273 22. Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, candidates who fail in not more than 50% of the subjects prescribed for the I or III or IV Professional Examination, shall be promoted to the II or IV or V Professional class, as the case may be. They shall be eligible to appear at the Examination in the subject(s) in which they have failed, along with the Examination of the next higher class (i.e. II, IV and Final Professional, as the case may be.) Provided that no candidate shall be promoted to the Third Professional Course unless he has passed in all the subjects of the First and Second Professional Examinations. 23. Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, the First, Second, Third, Fourth and Fifth Professional Examinations shall be held twice a year. The examination fees and the rules of Supplementary Examination shall be the same as those of Annual Examinations. The successful students shall be awarded the Degree of Kamil-e-Tib-o-Jarahat (Bachelors of Unani Medicine and Surgery) from 1983 onwards irrespective of their year of admission to the First Professional Course.

24.

E.C. Res. No. 4 (para 190, Part C of Appendix C dated 21/22.2.87 and 27.3.1987.

274

CHAPTER XL (A)
KAMIL-E-TIB-O-JARAHAT (B.U.M.S.) 1. The Degree of Kamil-e-Tib-o-Jarahat (Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery) shall be awarded to the candidates who: (i) have previously passed the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University with Physics, Chemistry and Biology or an examination recognized as its equivalent or the Pre-Tib Examination of this University, and have undergone a regular course of study for not less than four and a half years in the University, and have passed the First, Second and Final Professional Examinations of this University and have undergone the prescribed training in the form of rotatory Internship for a period of one year or for a period prescribed by the CCIM at A.K. Tibbiya College Hospital and Institution/Heath Centre recognized for the purpose.

(ii)

2.

The medium of instruction and examination shall be Urdu. The terminology used shall be standard modern terminology with Arabic equivalents.

PRE-TIB
3. No candidate shall be permitted to appear at the Pre-Tib Examination unless he has: (i) passed at least one year previously the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University with Arabic or Persian as one of the optional subjects or an examination recognized as its equivalent. OR Passed Arabic Examination from Board/Madarsa recognized by the CCIM/University for this purpose. has undergone a regular course of study for one academic year after being admitted to the course and has fulfilled the minimum attendance requirement as prescribed by the CCIM vide its amended regulation, 1999 i.e. 75% read together with the provisions under Clause (V) of Chapter XVII of these Ordinances. The Pre-Tib Examination shall comprise the following subjects: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) 4. Tabiyat Keemia Haiwaniyat Habatiyat English

(ii)

(iii)

The Pre-Tib Examination shall comprise such written papers, sessionals, practical, and viva-voce examinations as may be prescribed by the Board of Studies and the Faculty of Unani Medicine from time to time. The maximum marks allotted to each written paper, practical, viva-voce examination shall be prescribed by the Faculty of Unani Medicine on the recommendations of the Board of Studies.

E.C. dated 18.8.2001/29.12.2001.

275 Provided that in subjects for which a practical/viva-voce/record book has been prescribed, the distribution of marks shall be as follows: (a) (b) Theory Practical Sessional Record Book Total: Total of (a) & (b): 5. 100 marks 30 marks 15 marks 05 marks 50 marks 150 | (40% min. passing marks) | (40% min. | passing | marks)

There shall be a Supplementary Examination to be conducted within one month of the declaration of the result of Pre-Tib Annual Examination. A candidate who has failed in one or more subject(s) shall be eligible to appear at the Supplementary Examination in the subject (s) not cleared by him. (i) That if a candidate fails and could not appear at the Annual Examination will be allowed to appear at the Supplementary Examination on the recommendation of the Dean, Faculty of Unani Medicine subject to the condition that he has filled in the examination form for the Annual Examination and has submitted a Medical Certificate of a Registered Medical Practitioner/Chief Medical Officer, University Health Service within 15 days of the commencement of Annual Examination. Provided that no candidate shall be allowed to appear at the Pre-Tib Examination after more than two years (4 attempts of Annual/Supplementary) having been admitted to the Pre-Tib Course). Provided further that the candidate who fails to clear the prescribed requirements to pass the Pre-Tib Examination within two years (4 attempts) may be allowed to appear at the immediately following Annual or Supplementary Examination by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Dean, Faculty of Unani Medicine. Thereafter his admission will be treated as cancelled. Provided further that candidate passing the Pre-Tib Examination be promoted to the Kamil-eTib-o-Jarahat (BUMS) First Professional Course.

(ii)

(iii)

FIRST PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATION


6. The First Professional Examination shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for not less than eighteen months after having been admitted to the First Professional Course. Provided that no candidate shall be permitted to appear at the First Professional Examination, more than four times in a row, initially two attempts in Annual and Supplementary Examinations as a regular student and last two attempts in Annual & Supplementary Examinations as an ex-student. (a) The First Professional Examination will be held at the end of teaching and training for eighteen months from the date of their admission and shall comprise the following subjects:

276 (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) Tashreeh Munafeul Aza Umoor-e-Tabiya Kuliyat-e-Advia Advia-Mufridat Tarikhe-Tib Arabic

(viii) Mantiq, Falsafa-wa-Hayat Note: (vii) & (viii) only for the students coming from Science Stream.

Provided that no candidate shall be promoted to the Second Professional Course unless he has passed in at least 50% of the prescribed papers/subjects for the First Professional Examination. (b) Provided that in subject/subjects for which Theory, Practical, Viva-Voce, Sessional and Record Book has been prescribed, the distribution of marks shall be a follows:

I PROFESSIONAL
Subject 1.Tashreeh: Paper I Paper II 2. Manafeul Aza: Paper I Paper II 3. Umoore Tabia 4. Advia Mufridat 5. Kulliyate-Advia 6. Tarikhe-Tib. 7.Mantiq, Falsafawa-Hayat Theory 50 50 50 50 100 100 100 100 100 Practical 70 Sessional 20 Record Book 10 Total 200

70 70 70 70 -

20 20 20 20 -

10 10 10 10 -

200 200 200 200 100 100

SECOND PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATION

7.

The Second Professional Examination shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for not less than eighteen months after having been promoted to II Professional course. (a) (i) The second Professional Examination shall comprise the following subjects: Ilmul Advia II (Murakkabat wa Saidla)

8.

O.M. No. XM/SPA/FN-57(X)/II-475 dated 21.11.2006/30.12.2006.

277 (ii) (iii) (iv) (v)

Ilmul Samoom and Tibbe-Qanoon Hifzane Sehat-wa-Samaji Tib Ilmul Amraz-wa-Jaraseem Saririyat

Only those students who passed in all papers/subjects of I Professional Examination and have passed in at least 50% of the prescribed papers/subjects of the II Professional Examination will be allowed to take on the III Professional Course. (b) Provided that in subject/subjects for which Theory, Practical, Viva-Voce, Sessional, and Record Book has been prescribed, the distribution of marks shall be as follows:

II PROFESSIONAL
1. Murakkabat-waSaidla Saririyat Tibbe-Qaunoomwa-Ilmul Samoom Hifzane Sehat-waSamaji Tib Ilmul Amaraz wa Jaraseem: Paper I Paper II 100 70 20 10 200

2. 3.

100 100

70 70

20 20

10 10

200 200

4. 5.

100

70

20

10

200

50 50

70

20

10

200

THIRD (FINAL) PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATION

9.

The Final or III Professional Examination shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for not less than eighteen months after having been promoted to Final or III Professional course; Provided that the candidates who have passed in all the papers/subjects of I Professional Examination. (a) The Final Professional Examination shall be held in the following subjects: (i) Moalijat I & II (ii) Jarahat (iii) Tahaffuzi-wa-Samaji Tib (iv) Amraze Ain, Uzr, Anf., Halaq (v) Amraz-e-Niswan-wa-Atfal (vi) Ilmul Qabalat The course of studies (written papers and the marks allotted to each paper, practical examination, sessional work, record book and Via-voce examination) shall be prescribed by the Faculty of Unani Medicine on the recommendations of the Board of Studies concerned.

10.

O.M. No. XM/SPA/FN-57(X)/II-475 dated 21.11.2006/30.12.2006. OM: LD No (C)/834 dated 21.7.2003.

278 (b) Provided that in the subject(s) for which a practical or a Viva-voce or a combined practical and Viva-voce examination is prescribed, 20% of the marks shall be allotted for sessional work performed by the student during the academic session, 10% of the marks for the record book and 70% of the marks for the practical, viva-voce/practical and via-voce combined examination.

III PROFESSIONAL
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Moalijat: Paper I Paper II Jarahiyat: Paper I Paper II Hifzane Sehat-wa-Samaji Tib Amraze Ain (Ophthalmology) Amraz-e-Uzn, Anf, -wa-Halaq Ilmul Qabalat Amraz-e-Niswan-wa-Atfal 50 50 100 100 100 50 50 100 100 70 70 70 35 35 70 70 20 20 20 10 10 20 20 10 10 10 05 05 10 10 200 300 200 100 100 200 200

11. Provided further that minimum pass marks in Arabic and Mantiq, Falsafa wa Haiyt of I Professional Examination shall be 40% of the maximum marks. 12. To pass each of the Professional Examination, a candidate must obtain a minimum of 50% of the marks in each written paper, sessional and record book, practical/viva-voce or the combined practical and viva-voce examination. Provided that in a subject having two or more papers, a candidate shall be declared to have passed if he secured at least 50% marks in both papers combined. The candidate securing 60% or more marks in the aggregate of all Professional Examinations excluding marks in Arabic and Mantiq, Falsafa-wa-Haiyt (First, Second and Third (Final) Professional Examinations) shall be placed in the First Division and the candidates securing less than 60% but not less than 50% marks shall be placed in Second Division. Provided that a candidate who passed an examination securing 75%or above in aggregate of a subject shall be declared to have passed that subject with distinction. Provided further that the position of the candidate shall be decided on the basis of the total marks obtained in all the Professional Examinations (First, Second and Third (Final) Professional Examinations) in first attempt and within the prescribed duration of the course, excluding the marks in Arabic, Mantiq, Falsafa- wa-Haiyat. Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, Supplementary Examinations for the First and Second Professional shall be conducted not later than two months following the Annual Examination and shall be open to the candidates who have failed in one or more subjects at the Annual Examination. Provided that such candidates shall not be required to appear again at a subsequent examination in a subject in which he/she has already passed.

13.

14.

OM : LD No (C)/834 dated 21.7.2003. O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

279 Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, the Final Professional Examination shall be held twice in a year. A candidate who has failed in one or more subjects but has obtained not less than 30% of the marks in the aggregate of all the subjects prescribed for the Final Professional Examination shall not be required to appear again at a subsequent examination of a subject in which he has already passed.

A candidate shall complete all the prescribed requirements for the award of Degree within an additional academic session by the permission of the Dean of the Faculty. However, he may be permitted to complete the requirements within one additional academic session with the permission of Academic Council on the recommendations of the Dean, Faculty of Unani Medicine; Provided that if a candidate fails to complete all the requirements for the award of Degree within aforesaid period, his/her name shall be removed from the University rolls and he/she shall be given no further chance to complete the BUMS Course. These Ordinances shall come into force from the session 2001-2002.

TRANSITORY ORDINANCES
Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, candidates admitted to the BUMS Course shall be governed by the existing Ordinances. The last Examination under the existing Ordinances shall be held as under: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Pre-Tib. BUMS BUMS BUMS BUMS (batch 2000) (batch 1999) (batch 1998) (batch 1997) (batch 1996)

II Prof. II Prof. III Prof. III Prof.

O.M. No. XM/SPA/FN-57(X)/II-475 dated 21.11.2006/30.12.2006.

280

CHAPTER XLI
*M.D. (Ilmul Advia) (deleted)

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

281

CHAPTER XLI (A)


Mahir-e-Tib (M.D.) (Kulliyat-wa-Ilmul Amraz/Moallijat/Ilmul Advia) 1. The Degree of Mahir-e-Tib.(M.D.) (Kulliyat-wa-Ilmul Amraz/Moalijat/Ilmul Advia) shall be awarded to candidates who have:(a) undergone a regular course of study for not less than three academic years at the Ajmal Khan Tibbiya College of the University and have passed the Preliminary, Final Professional Part I and Final Professional Part II Examinations of the University. submitted a Thesis comprising their own work conducted under the guidance of a recognized teacher, not below the rank of a Reader appointed by the Academic Council, on the recommendation of the Board of Studies concerned, at least three months before the commencement of the Final Professional Part II examination and has duly been approved by the examiners appointed for the purpose.

(b)

2.

No person shall be admitted to the course of study unless he has: (a) passed the B.U.T.S./B.U.M.S../B.U.M.M.S./Kamil-e-Tib-o-Jarahat (B.U.M.S.) Examination of this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent with 60% marks in the subject concerned; experience of House Job/Internship for not less than six months. OR Certified clinical experience of Unani Matab of at least two years after passing B.U.M.S. or an equivalent examination, to the satisfaction of the Chairman of the Department and the Dean, Faculty of Unani Medicine.

(b)

Provided that for admission to M.D. (Moalijat), six months House Job in Moalijat shall be essential. (c) been selected in accordance with the rules and procedure prescribed in this behalf by the Academic Council from time to time.

Provided that a permanent teacher (whole time) of A.K. Tibbiya College, A.M.U., Aligarh having at least three years teaching experience shall also be eligible for admission to M.D. (Kulliyat-wa-Ilmul Amraz/Moalijat/Ilmul Advia). He shall be exempted from screening test. Not more than one teacher will be admitted in each specialty in an academic year. 3. (A) The Preliminary Examination shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for at least one academic year: Final Professional Part I Examination to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for at least one academic year after passing the Preliminary Examination; and Final Professional Part II Examination, to candidates who:(a) have undergone a regular course of study for at least one academic year after passing the Final Professional Part I Examination, and

E.C. Res. No. 4 (para 69 of Part-C of Appendix-C) dated 21/22.2.1987 & 27.3.1987. E.C. Res. No. 63 (para 8 of the Appendix) dated 21/22.2.87 & 27.3.1987.

282 (b) have submitted the Thesis comprising their own work and the same have duly been approved by the examiners appointed for the purpose in the manner prescribed in these Ordinances.

Provided that no candidate shall be permitted to appear at the Final Professional Part II Examination unless his Thesis has been approved by the examiners and he has passed in all papers of the Preliminary as well as the Final Professional Part I Examination. OR (B) ex-students as defined in Chapter XVII of these Ordinances. 4. The number of written papers and the marks allotted to each paper, practical examination, and/or sessional work and/or viva-voce examination for each subject shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Board of Studies concerned and the Faculty of Unani Medicine. The subject of the Thesis shall be approved by the Board of Studies concerned, and if it is satisfied that the subject is suitable, shall, subject to confirmation by the Faculty of Unani Medicine, appoint a member of the teaching staff, not below the rank of a Reader in the Department of specialty concerned, to guide and supervise the work. Provided that if the Board of Studies considers it desirable, it may, in special case, associate another eminent scholar/teacher of his own or an allied subject as Joint Supervisor/Co-supervisor of the candidate. 6. A candidate shall submit five copies of his thesis duly certified by his Guide/Supervisor and the Chairman of the Department concerned to the Dean of Faculty of Unani Medicine for forwarding the same to the Controller of Examinations. The Thesis shall be examined by the Examiners appointed in the manner prescribed in Clause 1, Chapter XV of the Ordinances (Academic). Provided that there shall be four examiners for the Thesis, two of whom shall be external and two internal. Of the internal examiners, one shall be the Chairman of the Department concerned and the other the main guide of the candidate. In case the Chairman happens to be the main guide of the candidate, the next senior most teacher in the Department, not below the rank of a Reader, shall be the examiner for the Thesis in place of the Chairman. If the examiners unanimously recommend that the Thesis be approved as it constituted a worth-while contribution to the subject or advancement of knowledge, the Dean, Faculty of Unani Medicine may permit the candidate to appear at the Final Professional Part II Examination. Provided further that in case of divergence of opinion among the examiners, the Committee for Advanced Studies and Research concerned may either return the Thesis to the candidate for its resubmission after revision in the light of deficiencies pointed out by the examiners or reject it outright. 7. No candidate shall be permitted to change the subject of the Thesis without the prior permission of the Board of Studies concerned and the Faculty of Unani Medicine. Provided that a candidate shall not be permitted to change the subject of the Thesis after the lapse of one calendar year after the approval of the same by the Board of Studies concerned. 8. In order to pass the examinations prescribed for the Degree of Mahir-e-Tib. (M.D.) (Unani Subjects), a candidate must obtain at least 50% of the marks in each written paper/practical examination/ sessional work and viva-voce examination separately.

5.

283 9. The Preliminary, Final Professional Part I and Final Professional Part II Examinations shall be held twice a year, preferably in April/May and November/December. A candidate who fails at the Final Professional Part II Examination after having undergone a regular course of study for three academic years after his admission to the course, may be permitted to appear at the examination as an ex-student as defined in Chapter XVII of the Ordinances (Academic), within the next two academic years. Provided that the candidates who either fail to submit the Thesis or are not able to appear at/or pass the Final Professional Part II Examination within a period of five years from the dates of their admission, shall cease to be the regular students of the University. 11. Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, candidates who fail in not more than two subjects at the Preliminary or the Final Professional Part I Examination shall be promoted to the next higher class. But no candidate shall be promoted to the Final Professional Part II Course until he has passed the full Preliminary Examination.

10.

284

CHAPTER XLI (B)


MAHIR-E-TIB [MD / MS (UNANI)] (With effect from 2001 Batch) 1. The degree of Mahir-e-Tib (MD) shall be awarded to the candidates in llmul Advia/Kulliyat/ Moalejat/ Hifzane Sehat wa Samaji Tib/Qabalat wa Amraze Niswan/Munafeul Aza and Mahir-e-Tib (MS) in Jarahat and Tashreeh and in other discipline(s) permitted by the CCIM from time to time, who have: (a) undergone a regular course of study for not less than three academic years in the Department concerned of the Faculty of Unani Medicine and have passed MD/MS I II and III year examinations of this University, and submitted a thesis comprising original work, which is duly approved within the prescribed time.

(b)

2.

The admission to Mahir-e-Tib (MD/MS-Unani) shall be open to candidates holding a degree of Kamil-e-Tib-O-Jaharat or Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery (BUMS) or its equivalent with atleast 50% marks, from a recognised Institution included in the second schedule of I.M.C.C. Act 1970 and enrolled in the State Register of I.S.M. (i) The admission to the courses shall be open to the candidates through the Combined Competitive Entrance Test consisting of only one paper, objective in nature, conducted by the University in accordance with the rules and procedure prescribed for the purpose by the Academic Council from time to time. There will be common counseling for choice of subject after determining the merit of the candidate in the Combined Competitive Entrance Test. A candidate possessing P.G. degree in a subject of Unani system will not be considered for admission in any other subject of Unani system. A permanent teacher of this University shall be exempted from appearing at the competitive entrance test, if he/she has three years teaching experience in the subject/course concerned, provided that he /she possesses prescribed qualifications. The admission to a teacher candidate shall be over and above the available seats in the Department.

3.

* (ii)

(iii)

4.

ATTENDANCE Each student shall be required to put in atleast 75% attendance, both in theory and practical separately, in each subject/course. MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION AND EXAMINATION Medium of instruction shall be Urdu substantiated with Arabic, Persian and English terminology wherever necessary. The terminology shall essentially be in Unani Tib. DISTRIBUTION OF MARKS (i) Maximum marks for theory paper(s) in each subject/course shall be 100. (ii) Maximum marks for practical and viva-voce/clinical examination in each subject/course shall be 75 and for internal assessment/sessionals in each subject/course shall be 25.

5.

6.

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F53U/II-137 dated 08.7.2005. OM No. XM/SPA/FN-75/II-278 dated 27/28.3.2006.

285 (iii) Viva-voce examination for thesis shall be held after the receipt of favourable report from the Examiners. In order to pass the examination, the candidate must obtain atleast 50% of maximum marks in written paper(s), practical and viva-voce examination and internal assessment/sessionals separately;

(iv)

Provided that if there are more than one section/ theory paper in a subject/course, the cumulative marks obtained in all sections/theory papers shall be considered for passing. 7. TEACHING AND TRAINING The teaching and training of Mahir-e-Tib (MD/MS) shall be held in the department concerned in the following manner for three academic years. MD/MS - I year A regular course of study in each discipline in the department for one academic year after the admission. MD/MS - II year A regular course of study in each discipline in the department for one academic year after having passed all the subjects/courses of I year MD/MS examination. MD/MS - III year A regular course of study in each discipline in the department for one academic year after having passed all subjects/courses of I year and II year MD/MS examinations and approval of thesis. (A)EXAMINATION AND ASSESSMENT I The examination and assessment of Mahir e Tib (MD/MS) shall be based on: (a) Prescribed written papers. (b) Internal assessment/sessionals, practical and viva-voce/clinical examination in each subject/course; Provided that a candidate shall be eligible to appear at the annual examination only when he/she fulfils conditions of requisite attendance and has secured at least 50% marks in internal assessment work of each subject/course. II The examination shall be held twice a year with a gap of about 6 months.

8.

(B) SECOND EXAMINATION The second examination shall be open to the candidates who (i) have failed to clear one or more subjects/courses prescribed for annual examination, (ii) (iii) are ex-students as defined in chapter XVII of Ordinances (Academic), are otherwise eligible but could not appear at the annual examination due to reasons beyond their control;

Provided that in case of illness, they have submitted, within 15 days from the last examination, a Medical Certificate issued by CMO (AMU) or by a registered Medical Practitioner. 9. MAHIR E TIB (MD/MS) FINAL YEAR EXAMINATION (i) The MD/MS III year (Final) examination will be held at the end of three academic years after passing all the subjects/courses of MD/MS I year and II year examinations; Provided that if a candidate fails to clear all the subjects/courses prescribed for the final year examination in four consecutive chances, his/her admission to the course shall be deemed to have been as cancelled.

286 (ii) The MD/MS III year (Final) examination will be open to the candidates who have, (a) cleared all the subjects/courses of MD/MSI year and II year examinations, (b) fulfilled the conditions prescribed for attendance and internal assessment. (c) been ex-students as defined under chapter XVII of Ordinances (Academic), (d) submitted the thesis atleast three months before the date of MD/MS III year (Final) examination. The candidate who fails at the final year examination may be permitted to appear at the next examination conducted by the University as per the schedule prescribed in these Ordinances. There shall be one examiner for theory and two examiners (one external and one internal) for practical and viva-voce/clinical examination in each subject/course. There shall be no re-evaluation in any subject/course of MD/MS.

(iii)

(iv)

(v) 10.

THESIS (i) The thesis shall be compulsory for all students and should embody their own work done under the guidance of a supervisor appointed for the purpose. (ii) (iii) The topic of thesis shall be approved by the Board of Studies of the department concerned. The supervisor shall be a permanent teacher of the concerned department not below the rank of a Reader in the specialty concerned;

Provided that if the Board of Studies consider it desirable, it may, in a special case, associate another eminent teacher, even, of an allied or cognate subject, as co-supervisor of the candidate. (iv) No candidate shall be permitted to change the topic of his/her thesis without the recommendation of supervisor and prior approval of the Board of Studies of the department;

Provided that such change(s) will be permissible within one year from the date of the original approval of the topic. (v) The candidate shall be required to submit the thesis atleast three months before the scheduled date of MD/MS - Final year examination. The candidate shall submit four copies of the thesis to the Chairman of the department who shall forward the same to the Dean, Faculty of Unani Medicine for onward transmission to the Controller of Examinations for evaluation by the examiners. Every thesis of MD/MS shall be examined/evaluated by four examiners, two of whom shall be external examiners, not below the rank of Reader, who should not be in the service of the University and two internal examiners (one of them shall be the supervisor and the other shall be the Chairman of the department);

(vi)

11.

(i)

Provided that in case the Chairman happens to be the supervisor of the candidate, the co-supervisor, and if there is no co-supervisor, the senior most teacher other than the Chairman in the department shall be the examiner for the thesis in place of the Chairman. (ii) If the reports of all the examiners are favourable, the Dean, F/O Unani Medicine shall recommend for holding of the viva-voce examination.

287 (iii) For viva-voce examination of thesis, there shall be one external examiner (from among the two external examiners appointed for evaluation of the thesis) and one internal examiner (the Supervisor); Provided that in case of divergent opinions of the examiners, the Committee for Advance Studies and Research may either return the thesis of the candidate for resubmission after revision in the light of the opinion/deficiencies pointed out by the examiners or reject it. In case of rejection, the thesis shall be submitted afresh. (iv) The candidate may write his/her thesis in Urdu or English.

COURSES FOR MAHIR E TIB (MD/MS)


1. KULLIYAT-E-TIB I Year 1. 2. II Year 1. 2. III Year 1. 2. 3. 2. TASHREEH I Year 1. 2. II Year III Year 3. MUNAFEULAZA I Year 1. 2. II Year 1. 2. III Year 1. Umoore Tabia with Hayati Kemiya and Genetics Buniyadi-wa-Umoomi Munafeul Aza Munafeul Aza Nizam-e-Jismani Jadeed Tahqeeqi Izafat and Application of Munafeul Aza Itlaqi Munafeul Aza 1. 2. Development of Genetics and Developmental Anatomy Ilmul Janeen Asabi Tashreeh Jadeed Tahqeeqi Izafat Umoor-e-Tabia, Hayati Kemiya and Itlaqi Afalul Aza Usoole Tahqeeq-wa-Jadid Tahqeeqi Izafat Kulliyat-e-Umoor-e-Tabia I (Arkan, Mizaj, Akhlat wa Aza) Kulliyat-e-Umoor-e-Tabia II (Quwa wa Afal) Nabz-wa-Bol-o-Baraz Itlaqi Kulliyat Kulliyat-e-Usoole Elaj, Asbab-o-Alamat

288 4. ILMUL ADVIA I Year 1. 2. Umoomi Qavanin-e-Advia Usoole-e-Tahqeeq-wa-Hayati Shumariyat (Research Methodology and Biostatics) Ilm Wasf-ul-Aqaqir (Pharmacogonosy) Advia Mufridat-Mai-Jadeed Izafat Advia Murrakkabah-Mai-Jadid Izafat Afalul-Advia (Pharmacology) Tibbi Kemiya-wa-Meyaar Bandi (Medicinal Chemistry and Standardization of Unani Drugs) 2. 5. Saidla-wa-Taklees

3. II Year 1. 2. 3. III Year 1.

QABALAT WA AMRAZE NISWAN I Year 1. Hayati Kemiya-wa-Itlaqi Janinyat (Biochemistry, Applied Genetics) Usool-e-Tehqiq-wa-Hayati Shumariyat (Research Methodology and Biostatistics) Italqi Kulliyat, Tashreeh-wa-Munafeul Aza Ilmul Qabalat Amraz-e-Niswan Jadid Tahqiqi Izafat Amraz-e-Nau-Maulood

2.

3. II Year 1. 2. III Year 1. 2. 6. JARAHIYAT I Year 1.

Basis Sciences (Anatomy and Physiology and History of Jarahiyat; special reference to Fasd, Kae and Hajam at Bish Shurt) Basis Principles of Management in Surgery (Jarahat) and Unani Drugs used in Surgical Practice. Takhdeer-e-Umoomi wa Muqami (Anaesthesia-General and Local) Amaliyat-e-Jarahiyah (Operative Surgery)

2.

II Year

1.

2.

289 3. Amraz-e-Ezam-o-Mafasil including Physiotherapy (Old and Recent Concepts). Jarahat-e-Umoomi (General Surgery) Jarahat-e-Khusosi (Systemic Surgery) Recent Advances.

III Year

1. 2. 3.

7.

MOALEJAT I Year 1. Itlaqi Hayati Kemiya, Janinyat-wa-Hayati Shumariyat (Applied Biochemistry, Genetics and Medical Biostatistics) Regimental Therapy (Venesection, Cupping, Leeching etc.) Usool-e-Tashkhis-wa-Tajweez-Mai-Jadeed Izafat (Recent Advances). Amraz-e-Nizam-e-Asab-wa-Ghudad-e-la-Qanatia. Amraz-e-Tanaffus-wa-Dauran-e-Khoon. Amraz-e-Hazm-Kabid-Baul-wa-Tanasul Amraz-e-Jild-wa-Mafasil-wa-Hummiyat.

2. 3.

II Year

1. 2.

III Year

1. 2.

8.

HIFZANE SEHAT TAHAFFUZI-O-SAMAJI TIB I Year 1. Nazariya-wai-Tarikh-e-Hifzane Sehat (Concept and History of Hifzan-e-Sehat-wa-Samaji Tib) Nazariya Sehat-wa-Maraz, Maholiyati Asrat-wa-Sehati Tanzeemat (Concept of Health and Diseases, Effects of Environment and Health Organisation) Usool-e-Tahqeeq-wa-Hayati Shumariyat Asbab-e-Sitta Zaroriya-Mai-Jadeed Izafat Dalak, Riyazat, Hamman-wa-Yoga ki Ahmiyat Amraz-e-Mutaddi-wa-Wabai-wa-Tahaffuzi Iqdamaat Qaumi Sehat, Khandani Bahbood, Jinsi Ikhtilati Amraz (STD)-wa-Peshawarana Amraz (Industrial Hazards)

2.

3. II Year 1. 2. III Year 1. 2.

290

CHAPTER XLII
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (M.B.B.S.) 1. The Degree of M.B.B.S. (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery) shall be awarded to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for not less than four and a half academic years at the Jawahar Lal Nehru Medical College of the University and have passed the first, second and final professional examinations of the University. No person shall be admitted to the course of study unless he has:(a) passed the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of the University, or an examination recognized by the University for the purpose as its equivalent in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English; and (b) been selected in accordance with the rules and procedure prescribed in this behalf by the Academic Council from time to time. 3. Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, a person who passed the First Professional Examination of any other University may also be admitted to the course of study, in accordance with the rules framed by the Academic Council in this behalf. Such persons shall be deemed to have passed the First Professional Examination of the University and is required to have undergone a regular course of study for not less than three academic years, and to pass the Second and Final Professional Examination of the University. The First Professional Examination shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for not less than eighteen months. Provided that no candidate shall be permitted to appear at the First Professional Examination more than thrice. 5. The Second Professional Examination shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for not less than eighteen months after having passed the First Professional Examination. The Final Professional Examination Part I shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for not less than two and a half academic years and Part II shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for not less than three academic years after having passed the First Professional Examination. The First Professional Examination shall comprise the following subjects:(a) Anatomy; (b) Physiology and (c) Bio-Chemistry, Bio-Physics, and Preventive and Social Medicine. The Second Professional Examination shall comprise the following subjects: (a) Pathology (b) Microbiology (c) Pharmacology (d) Forensic Medicine
O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

2.

4.

6.

7.

8.

291 9. The Final Professional Examination shall comprise the following subjects: Part-I Six months before the Final M.B.B.S. Part II Examination. (a) (b) Part-II (a) (b) (c) 10. Medicine including Paediatrics. Surgery Obstetrics and Gynaecology Preventive and Social Medicine Ophthalmology

The number of written papers and the mark allotted to each paper, practical examination, sessional work and/or viva-voce examination for each subject shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Board of Studies concerned and the Faculty of Medicine. Marks of sessional work shall be awarded according to rules framed in this behalf by the Faculty of Medicine. (a) To pass I and II Professional Examinations, a candidate must have obtained in such examination at least 50% of the marks in aggregate of theory, oral, practical, terminal examination and day to day assessment in each of the subject separately. To pass final examination a candidate must have obtained at least 50% of the marks in the total aggregate, provided the candidate obtains 50% in the Clinical Examinations. A candidate who secures not less than 75% of the marks in the aggregate of a subject shall be declared to have passed with distinction in that subject.

11.

12.

(b)

(c)

13.

A candidate who has passed the Final Professional Examination having obtained distinction in at least five subjects in the Professional Examinations leading to the M.B.B.S. Degree shall be declared to have passed the M.B.B.S. Examination with Honours. Provided that no candidate shall be deemed to have passed the Examination with Honours unless: (a) the subjects in which he has obtained distinction include: (i) Anatomy or Physiology; (ii) Pathology and Microbiology; and (iii) Medicine or Surgery; and (b) he has passed each of the Professional Examination in the first attempt.

14.

Notwithstanding anything contained in these ordinances, a Supplementary Examination shall be held for the First and Second Professional Examination not more than four months after the Annual Examination. This examination shall be open to candidates who:

E.C. Res. No. 74 (81) dated 12/13/15 July, 1980.

292 (a) are unable to appear at the Annual Examination, or any part thereof, for reasons approved of by the Committee of Examinations; or have failed in one or more subjects at the Annual Examination, but have obtained not less than 30% of the marks in the aggregate of all subjects prescribed for that examination.

(b)

Provided that such candidates shall not be required to appear again at a subsequent examination in a subject in which they have already passed. 15. Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, the Final Professional Examination shall be held twice every year, in March/April and in July/August. A candidate who has failed in one or more subjects but has obtained not less than 30% of the marks in the aggregate of all subjects prescribed for the Final Professional Examination shall not be required to appear again, at a subsequent examination, in a subject in which he has already passed. Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, candidates who fail at any of the Professional Examinations may, if they so desire, reappear in the sessional tests in the subjects concerned to improve their performance prior to appearing at the subsequent examination with the permission of the Chairman of the Department concerned. Provided that a candidate may be permitted to improve his sessional performance only once immediately subsequent to the Annual Examination at which he has failed. Provided further that the better of the two sessional awards obtained by the candidate shall be taken as the final sessional award.

16.

E.C. Res. 20(12) dated 21/22.2.87 & 27.3.87.

293

CHAPTER XLII A
(Effective from 1997 batch) *BACHELOR OF MEDICINE AND BACHELOR OF SURGERY (MBBS) No candidate shall be admitted to the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) Course of Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College of the University unless:i. He/she has completed the age of 17 years on or before thirty first day of December of the year commencing the prescribed academic session of said course. H/she has passed the Senior Secondary School Certificate (10+2) Examination of the University or its equivalent examination recognised by the University for the purpose with not less than 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects taken together and with not less than 50% marks in English. He/she has been selected for admission to this said course on merit, on the basis of an entrance examination conducted by the University in accordance with the rules and procedures prescribed for the purpose by the Academic Council, as amended from time to time.

ii.

iii.

2.

The candidates admitted to the MBBS Course of the University shall be eligible for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery after they have undergone a regular course of study and training, in the subjects comprising the medical curriculum, for not less not four and a half academic years divided into three phases (nine semesters; each semester being of six months duration) as under, and have passed the First, Second and Third (Final) Professional Examinations conducted by the University in the manner prescribed hereafter, followed by one year compulsory rotatory internship in the manner prescribed by the Faculty from time to time. Phase I Training : Two Semesters (Semester I & II) Phase II Training : Three Semesters (Semester III, IV & V) Phase III Training : Part I : Two Semesters (Semester VI & VII) Part II : Two Semesters (Semester VIII & IX) Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, a candidate who has passed the First Professional Examination of the MBBS Course from a Medical College of any other University may be considered for admission, through migration, to the course of study, with the approval of Medical Council of India, provided that he/she fulfills the following conditions and the rules and procedure prescribed by the Academic Council in this behalf. i. The migration is sought for on compassionate grounds, as specified for the purpose by the Academic Council. ii. iii. The college from which migration is sought for is recognised by the medical council of India. The application for migration completed in all respect is submitted to the concerned authorities within a period of one month of declaration of the result of the First Professional Examination. The candidate submits an affidavit stating that he/she will pursue three semester of phase II before appearing at the Second Professional Examination of MBBS at the JN Medical College of the University, which should be certified by the Registrar of the University.

3.

iv.

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

294 v. The migration from any other Medical College to the JN Medical College of the University cannot be claimed as a right by the candidate.

4.

The First Professional Examination shall be held at the end of second semester in the following subjects and shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study and training for two semesters during phase I. 1. Anatomy 2. Physiology, and 3. Bio-chemistry Provided that no candidate shall be permitted to appear at the First Professional Examination more than four times and their four chances are completed too in three years from the date of enrolment.

5.

The Second Professional Examination shall be held at the end of the fifth semester in the following subjects and shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study and training for three semesters during phase II. 1. Pathology, 2. Microbiology 3. Pharmacology and 4. Forensic Medicine Provided that passing First Professional Examination is Compulsory for entering into phase II training.

6.

A candidate who fails in the Second Professional Examination shall not be allowed to appear in the Third (Final) Professional Part-I Examination unless he has passed all the subjects of Second Professional Examination. The Third (Final) Professional Part I Examination shall be held at the end of the seventh semester in the following subjects and shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study and training for two semesters under phase III Part-I 1. Ophthalmology 2. Oto-rhyno-larynogology, and 3. Community Medicine The Third (Final) Professional, Part II Examination shall be held at the end of ninth semester in the following subjects and shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study and training for two semesters under phase III (Part II) and have passed the Third (Final) Professional, Part I Examination. 1. Medicine 2. Surgery 3. Obstetrics and Gynaecology and 4. Paediatrics Provided that passing the Third (Final) Professional Part-I Examination is not compulsory for entering into VIII and IX semesters training. There shall be one main examination for each professional examination and a supplementary examination to be held after two months but before six months from the date of the declaration of the result of the main examination. Provided that the supplementary examination shall be open to candidates who:

7.

8.

9.

295 (a) were unable to appear at the main professional examination or any part thereof for good and sufficient reasons to be determined by the Dean or have failed in one or more subjects at the main examination.

(b)

Provided further that such candidates shall not be required to appear at a subsequent examination in a subject in which they have already passed. 10. A candidate shall be eligible to appear at the respective professional examination (Main & Supplementary) only if he/she has; (a) Put in 75% attendance in lectures inclusive of attendance in non-lecture teaching/training to be specified by the Faculty.

(b) Secured 35% of the total marks fixed for internal assessment (sessionals) in a particular subject in or to become eligible to appear in the professional examination in that subject. Provided that the internal assessment shall have a weightage of 20% of the total marks in that subject and shall be done in the manner prescribed by the Faculty. (c) If the candidate does not secure 50% sessional marks before appearing in the main/supplementary examinations, he/she will be allowed to improve the sessional marks before the subsequent examination.

Provided further that the sessional marks shall be awarded according to the rules framed in this behalf by the Faculty. 11. The marks alloted to each theory paper, practical, oral (viva-voce), internal assessment and clinical examinations etc. shall be as given in Table (1). In order to pass First, Second and Third (Final) Professional Examinations, a candidate has to obtain atleast 50% of the total marks in Theory including oral (viva-voce) and 50% in Practicals/Clinicals. A candidate who secures 75% marks or above in the aggregate of a subject shall be declared to have passed that subject with distinction provided that he/she passed in all other subjects in the main examination in first attempt. A candidate who has obtained distinction in atleast five subjects, one in each of the professional examinations shall be declared to have passed the MBBS Examination with Honours provided that no candidate shall be deemed to have passed the examination with Honours unless he/she has passed each of the professional examination in the first attempt.

12.

13.

14.

OM NO XM/PA/1744 dated 28.5.2004 (As per MCI notification dated 16.10.2003).

296

Table (1) for Distribution of Marks


Examination, Subject Theory (I) Papers (II) Oral Practical/ Internal Assessment (Viva) Clinical (Theory) (Practicals) Total Marks

(I)

First Professional Examination: Anatomy Physical Biochemistry 50 50 50 50 50 50 20 20 20 40 40 40 20 20 20 20 20 20 200 200 200

(II)

Second Professional Examination: Pathology Microbiology Pharmacology Forensic Med. 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 15 15 15 10 25 25 25 30 15 15 15 10 15 15 15 10 150 150 150 100

(III)

Third Professional (Part I) Examination: Ophthalmology ENT Comm. Med. 40 40 60 60 10 10 10 30 30 30 10 10 20 10 10 20 100 100 200

Third Professional (Part II) Examination: Medicine 60 60 Surgery 60 60 Obstestrics & 40 40 Gynaecology Paediatrics 40 -

20 20 30 10

100 100 30 30

30 30 30 10

30 30 20 10

300 300 200 100

Grand Total:

2450

297

CHAPTER XLII-B
DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF DENTAL SURGERY (B.D.S.) COURSE 1. COURSE: There shall be a course in Bachelor of Dental Surgery leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Dental Surgery (B.D.S.) at and by the Faculty of Medicine, A.M.U., Aligarh. 2. ELIBILITY CONDITIONS: A candidate seeking admission to the course shall: (a) (b) have completed the age of 17 years on or before 31st December, of the year of the admission. Senior Secondary School Certificate/Pre-Medical Examination of this University or an equivalent examination with not less than 50% of the total marks in English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects taken together. OR B.Sc. (Hons) of this University or an equivalent examination with Chemistry, Zoology and Botany with not less than 50% marks in the aggregate of Science subjects and English taken together provided the candidate has passed the examination in Physics of P.M.C. standard or an equivalent examination. The admission shall be based strictly on merit as determined by a competitive test. 3. DURATION: (a) (b) The duration of the course shall be four academic years. For candidate possessing M.B.B.S. Degree, the duration of the course shall be of two academic years. Candidate after passing the Final Professional Examination followed by the year paid rotating Internship in the Dental College, shall be eligible for the award of Degree of Bachelor of Dental Surgery.

(c)

4.

MIGRATION TRANSFER: Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, a person who passed the First Professional Examination of any other University, may also be admitted to the Course of study in accordance with the rules framed by the academic Council in this behalf. Such person shall be deemed to have passed the First Professional Examination of any University recognized by Dental Council of India and Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh as equivalent to and required to undergo a regular course of study for not less than three academic years and to pass the Second, Third and Final Professional Examination in the University.

EC : dated 9.3.2000.

298 5. CURRICULUM/SYLLABI: As per recommendations of Dental Council of India. 6. ASSESSMENT PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATION: A-(I) The First Professional Examination shall be open to candidates who have undergone a course of study for not less than one academic year (II) Provided that no candidate shall be permitted to avail more than three attempts at the First Professional Examinations. B-(I) General Human Anatomy & History (II) General Human Physiology and Biochemistry Oral (III) Materials used in Dentistry Practical Written

Marks shall be allotted to each subject as under: Total Marks Sessionals (Internal assessment) 25 25 University Exam. 75 75 (50 Practicals & 25 Oral)

Written Oral & Practical

100 100

There shall be one paper in each subject containing Part-I and Part-II in which one part should be external. C- The following shall be the number of Lecture, Practical and Demonstration etc.: Subject General Human Anatomy and Histology General Human Physiology and Biochemistry Material used in Dentistry D- (I) 50 25 35 40 30 30 65 145 Lecture 70 Practical, Demonstration, & Clinicals etc. 130 Total 200

The Second Professional Examination shall be open to candidates who have successfully completed the I Professional Examination (B.D.S.) and thereafter undergone a course of study for not less than one academic year. Provided that no candidate shall be permitted to avail more than three attempts at the II Professional Examination.

(II)

299 (III) Every candidate shall be examined in the following subjects: (1) (2) Pharmacology and Therapeutics Written, Oral / Practical General & Dental Gen., Pathology and Microbiology Written, Oral/ Practical including Immunology Human Oral and Dental Anatomy -Written, Oral/Practical Physiology & Histology Marks shall be allotted to each subject as under: Total Marks Sessionals (Internal assessment) 25 25 University Exam.

(3)

Written Oral & Practical

100 100

75 75 (50 Practical & 25 Oral)

There shall be one paper in each subject containing Part-I and Part-II in which one part should be external. (IV) The following shall be the number of Lecture, Practical and Demonstration etc. Subject Lecture Practical, Demonstration & Clinicals etc 20 Total

1. Pharmacology & Therapeutics (General & Dental) 2. General Pathology and Microbiology including Immunology 3. Oral and Dental Anatomy Physiology & Histology

40

60

45

60

195

30 40

60 90 130

E-(I) The Third Professional Examination shall be open to candidates who have successfully completed the II Professional Examination (B.D.S.) and thereafter undergone a course of study for not less than one academic year. (II) Provided that no candidate shall be permitted to avail more than three attempts at the III Professional Examination. (III) Every candidate shall be examined in the following subjects: (1) General Medicine Written, Oral/Practical

300 (2) (3) (4) General Surgery Written, Oral/Practical Oral Pathology & Microbiology Written, Oral/Practical Preventive & Community Dentistry Written,Oral/Practical Marks shall be allotted to each subject as under: Total Marks Sessionals (Internal assessment) 25 25 University Exam.

Written Oral & Practical

100 100

75 75 (50 Practicals & 25 Orals)

There shall be one paper in each subject containing Part-I and Part-II, in which one part should be external. (IV) The following shall be the number of Lecture, Practical and Demonstration etc. Subject Lecture Practical/ Demonstration 90 Available Clinical Hours 60 Total

1. Oral Pathology & Microbiology 2. General Medicine 3. General Surgery Preventive & Community Dentistry

50

140

40 40 30

90 90 100

90 90 -

130 130 130

F-(I) The Final Professional Examination shall be open to candidates who have successfully completed the III Professional Examination (B.D.S.) and thereafter undergone a course of study for not less than one academic year. (II) Provided that a candidate shall be permitted to avail not more than four attempts at the Final Professional Examination. (III) Every candidate shall be examined in the following subjects: (1) (2) (3) (4) Prosthodontics including Crown & Bridge Conservative Dentistry and Endodentics Paedodentics Orthodontics

301 (5) (6) (7) Periodontics Oral Surgery L.A. & G.A. Oral Medicine (Oral & Diagnosis) and Radiology Marks shall be allotted to each subject as under: Total Marks Sessionals (Internal assessment) 25 25 University Exam. 75 75 (50 Practical & 25 orals)

Written Oral & Practical

100 100

There shall be one paper in each subject containing Part-I and Part-II, in which one part should be external. Subject Lecture Practical/ Demonstr ation 900 Available Clinical Hours 540 Total

1. Prosthodontics including Crown Bridge 2. Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics 3. Pedodontics 4. Periodontics 5. Orthodeontics 6. Oral Surgery L.A. & G.A. 7. Oral Medicine & Roentgenology

100

1000

70

600

300

670

40 40 40 60 40

150 200 150 220 90

100 100 100 160 90

190 240 190 280 130

Total number of theory, practical/demonstration & clinical hours are: Hours of Lectures 890 Practical/ Demonstration 3145 Clinical Hours 1600 Total 4035

To pass a candidate must secure a minimum of 50% marks in the University Examination and 50% marks in the aggregate i.e. University Examination and Internal Assessment in each division viz. Theory and Practical and/or Clinical separately.

302 9. A candidate who has passed in all the subjects of the Professional Examination in the first attempt and have secured 75% or more marks shall be declared to have passed with distinction in the particular subject/subjects. A candidate who has failed or failed to appear in any of the next higher class and shall be permitted to appear in the subjects at the subsequent examinations on the payment of the same fee as prescribed for the concerned examination and if he/she passed in that subject he/she shall be deemed to have passed that examination. Each candidate shall be required to attend not less than (i.e.75%)of the lectures delivered and practical/demonstration/clinical held in each subject separately during each year of the course. Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, a Supplementary Examination shall be held for the First, Second, Third and Final Professional Examination not more than four months after the Annual Examination. This Examination shall be open to candidates who: (a) (b) are unable to appear at the Annual Examination of any part thereof, for reasons approved of by the Committee of Examination or have failed in one or more subjects at the Annual Examination but have obtained not less than 30% of the marks in the aggregate of all subjects prescribed for the Examination. Provided that such candidate shall not be required to appear again at the subsequent examination in a subject in which they have already passed.

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12.

TRANSITORY ORDINANCES
The Board of Studies of Department of Dental Surgery already constituted shall continue to perform all such functions as are required to be taken by Board of Studies of various Departments to be established under the Department of Dental Surgery and this Transitory Clause will not be operative as soon as new Departments under Dental College are established in accordance with the provision of Statute 20(2)(c) which will remain under the Faculty of Medicine till the Faculty of Dental Sciences is established separately.

303

CHAPTER XLII (C) Degree of Bachelor of Dental Surgery (B.D.S) Course (Effective from the session 2006 2007)

1.

There shall be a course of study in Dental Surgery leading to the degree of Bachelor of Dental Surgery (B.D.S) at and by Dr. Ziauddin Ahmad Dental College, Faculty of Medicine, AMU, Aligarh. The candidates seeking admission to the BDS course of study must have passed Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University, or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English and must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate taken together in Physics, Chemistry and Biology at the qualifying examination. Further, the candidate must have come in the merit list prepared as a result of competitive entrance examination by securing not less than 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together in the competitive examination. The candidate must have completed the age of 17 years on or before 31st December of the year of the admission. The admission shall be based strictly on merit as determined by a competitive test conducted by University and as per the admission policy approved by Academic Council from time to time, provided that the admission of candidates under NRI/Foreign student category shall be based on the merit in the qualifying examination and as per rules and procedure approved by Academic Council from time to time. Duration (a) The duration of the course shall be four academic years. (b) For candidate possessing MBBS degree, the duration of the course shall be of two academic years. (c) Candidates after passing the final professional examination followed by the year paid compulsory rotatory internship in Dr. Ziauddin Ahmad Dental College shall be eligible for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Dental Surgery.

2.

3.

4.

Curriculum/Syllabi shall be as per recommendations of Dental Council of India and Academic Council of the University. Examination:

5.

A.(i) The first professional examination shall be open to candidate who have undergone a course of study for not less than one academic year; Provided that no candidates shall be permitted to avail more than four attempts at the first professional examination. (ii) Every candidate shall be examined in the following subjects:(1) (2) (3) General Human Anatomy including Embryology and Histology. General Human Physiology and Biochemistry. Dental Materials used in Dentistry.

OM. NO. XM/SPA/FN-57/II-278 dated 27/28.3.2006.

304 B.(i) The second professional examination shall be open to candidates who have successfully completed the first professional BDS examination and thereafter undergone a course of study for not less than one academic year; Provided that no candidate shall be permitted to avail more than four attempts at the second professional examination. (ii) Every candidate shall be examined in the following subjects:(1) General & Dental Pharmacology and Therapeutics (2) General Pathology and Microbiology including Immunology. (3) Human Oral Anatomy including Embryology and Histology.

C.(i) The third professional examination shall be open to candidates who have successfully completed second professional BDS examination and thereafter undergone a course of study for not less than one academic year; Provided that no candidate shall be permitted to avail more than four attempts at the third professional examination. (ii) Every candidate shall be examined in the following subjects:(1) General Medicine (2) General Surgery (3) Oral Pathology and Microbiology (4) Preventive and Community Dentistry.

D.(i) The final professional examination shall be open to candidates who have successfully completed the third professional BDS examination and thereafter undergone a course of study for not less than one academic year; Provided that no candidate shall be permitted to avail more than four attempts at the final professional examination. (ii) Every candidate shall be examined in the following subjects:(1) Prosthodontics including Crown and Bridge. (2) Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics (3) Pedodontics (4) Orthodontics (5) Periodontics (6) Oral Surgery L.A. and G.A. (7) Oral Medicine (Oral Diagnosis) and Radiology. 6. Notwithstanding any thing contained in these Ordinances, if a candidate fails to complete the requirements of BDS degree programme (excluding one year paid rotatory intership) within eight academic years from the date of his/her admission, he/she shall not be allowed to pursue his/her studies in BDS degree programme. To pass in a subject in each of the professional examination, a candidate must secure a minimum of 50% marks in the University Examination as well as 50% in the aggregate ie University Examination and Internal Assessment taken together and also in each Division viz. Theory and Practical and/or Clinical separately. A candidate who has passed in all the subjects of the professional examination in the first attempt and has secured 75% or more marks shall be declared to have passed with distinction in that particular subject/subjects.

7.

8.

305 9. 10. The number of lecture hours and practical/clinical hours are specified in Appendix. A candidate shall be eligible to appear at the respective professional examination (main or/and second examination) only if he/she has put in 75% attendance in lectures and 75% in practical/clinical in each subject separately in each year and completed the requirements of laboratory exercises and clinical work of each department. There shall be one main examination for each professional course and a second examination to be held after two months from the date of declaration of result of the main examination and not later than six months, provided that the second examination shall be open to candidate who:

11.

(a) were unable to appear at the main professional examination or any part thereof for good and sufficient reasons to be determined by the Committee of Examinations/Dean, Faculty of Medicine. OR (b) have failed in one or more subjects at the main examination, provided that such candidates shall not be required to appear at the subsequent examination in a subject in which they have already passed. 12. Distribution of Marks: Each subject will have a maximum 200 marks as follows: Internal Assessment University Examination Marks Marks Written 25 75 Oral & Practical/ Clinical 25 75 13.

Total Marks 100 100

There shall be one paper in each subject, containing Part-I and Part-II in which one part shall be set and examined by an external examiner. A candidate who fails in one subject in an examination, may be permitted to go to the next higher class but shall not be eligible to appear in the next higher professional examination before he/she clears the subject of the previous year professional examination. Not more than 20 candidates shall be examined in one day in clinical or practical. A candidate who has obtained distinction in at least 5 subjects, atleast one in each professional examination shall be declared to have passed the professional B.D.S. examination with honours provided that no candidate shall be deemed to have passed the professional B.D.S. examination with honours unless he/she has passed each of the professional examination in the first attempt. I, II and III positions will be mentioned in the results as well as in certificate of marks of the candidates in each professional examination. The highest marks obtained by a candidate in a subject will be mentioned in the result as well as in certificate of marks of the candidates in each professional examination. Transitory Ordinances: The candidates admitted in 2005-2006 or earlier who are required to clear first/second/third/final professional examinations shall be exempted from the provions, specified in the Clauses 4(A)(i)/(B)(i)/(C)(i)/(D)(i) of the Ordinances (Academic).

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15. 16.

17.

18.

19.

306 Appendix

MINIMUM WORKING HOURS FOR EACH SUBJECT OF STUDY (BDS Course)


Total Practical/Clinical Hours Practical Available Hours Clinical Hours 130 --40 --30 30 --60 --60 20 --90 --90 (90) 90 (90) 90 150 (120) 205 (150) 150 (100) 900 (540) 600 (360) 220 (150) 90 100 3145 (90) (1690)

S.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

Subject General Human Anatomy General Human Physiology & Biochemistry Dental Materials General Pathology

& Microbiology
General Dental Pharmacology Oral Anatomy, Histology & Physiology General Medicine General Surgery Oral Pathology & Microbiology Orthodontics Periodontics Pedodontics Prosthodontics & Crown & Bridge Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics Oral Surgery, Local Anaesthesia & General Anaesthesia Oral Medicine & Roentgenology Community Dentistry Total

Lecture Hours 70 50 25 35 45 30 40 40 40 40 50 40 45 40 100 70 60 40 30 890

Total Hours 200 --145 65 --195 60 130 130 130 140 190 250 190 1000 670 280 130 1300 4035

Note: The teaching of a subject may be spread over one ore more years (one or more classes of BDS) depending upon the local facilities, taking care that excessive load is not placed on candidates during any one year.

307

CHAPTER XLIII
M.D./M.S. (deleted)

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

308

CHAPTER XLIII (A) DOCTOR OF MEDICINE (MD)/MASTER OF SURGERY (MS)


1. No candidate shall be registered to undertake course of study and training for MD/MS unless he has:(a) passed MBBS Degree of this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent. (b) satisfactorily completed internship for a period of one year and is registered with the State Medical Council/Medical Council of India. been selected on the basis of merit of Post Graduate Competitive Admission Test. Study and training course is available for MD/MS in the subjects of: MD: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) (xi) (xii) (xiii) (xiv) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) Anaesthesiology Biochemistry Forensic Medicine, General Medicine, Microbiology Pediatrics Pathology Pharmacology Physiology Radio-Diagnosis Radio-Therapy Community Medicine Obstetrics & Gynaecology Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases. Anatomy General Surgery Ophthalmology Orthopaedics Surgery Oto Rhinolaryngology

(c) 2. (a)

MS:

(b)

The minimum period of study and training for obtaining these Degrees shall be three calendar years in the course after full registration with Medical Council. The candidates are required to attend 80% of the training period. The examination for the MD/MS shall consist of two parts: Part-I : shall comprise of a Thesis on a subject approved in the manner specified below Part-II : shall comprise of Written Papers, Clinical and Practical & Viva-voce Examinations in the manner specified below.

3.

(a)

(b)

The candidate shall be eligible to appear at Part-II of the examination only after his Thesis has been approved/accepted by all the four examiners, has completed the prescribed period of

E.C. dated 27.2.1999.

309 study and training and has put in a minimum of 80% attendance of training period in Department concerned from the date of admission in that particular course of the study and training. Acceptance of the Thesis, duration of stay and minimum attendance shall be a precondition for the candidate to appear in Part-II of the Examination. (c) All the candidates joining post-graduate study and training programme shall work as full time Residents during whole period of post-graduate training.

4.

The subject of the Thesis shall be approved by the Board of Studies of the Department concerned, if it is satisfied that the proposed subject is suitable for research and that such research can be profitably pursued at Aligarh and that the candidate possesses the ability to conduct subject. If the Department concerned is satisfied regarding the suitability of the subject to the applicant, it shall subject to confirmation by the Faculty of Medicine, allocate the subject of Thesis and appoint a postgraduate teacher as specified by the Medical Council of India, to guide and supervise the work of the candidate. Provided that the Department concerned, in exceptional cases, may associate not more than two postgraduate teachers as co-supervisors of the candidate. No candidate shall be permitted to change the subject of his Thesis without the prior approval of the Board of Studies of the Department concerned and only on the recommendation of the supervisor(s). Such change can be made within three months from the date of original approval on the subject by the Board of Studies of the Department concerned. Such changes shall be subject o confirmation by the Faculty of Medicine and Academic Council. (a) The Thesis of each candidate shall contain the result of his own research and investigations. Reference to the work of others shall be clearly indicated and differentiated from his personal observations. Four copies of the Thesis shall be submitted at least six months before the Examination to the Chairman of the Department concerned, along with the certificate form supervisor(s) to the effect that it is based on the candidates own observation and investigations. The Chairman of the Department shall forward the same to the Dean, Faculty of Medicine certifying that the candidate has stayed and worked for full time in the Department for the duration of the prescribed period of three calendar years and has put in a minimum of 80% attendance during the period.

5.

6.

(b)

7.

The appointment of examiners shall be as per recommendations of Medical Council of India and academic Council. (a) Every Thesis shall be examined by four examiners, who shall be postgraduate teachers, as laid down by MCI and appointed in the manner prescribed in Clause 1 of Chapter-XV of these Ordinances, two of whom shall be the persons not engaged in teaching in the University. If the examiners unanimously recommend that the Thesis be approved on the ground that it constituted a worthwhile contribution to knowledge of the subject, the candidate shall be permitted to appear at Part-II of the Examination. If the examiner(s) are unable to recommend that the Thesis be approved, the report(s) shall be sent by the Dean, Faculty of Medicine to the Chairman of the Department who shall put it before the Board of Studies of the Department concerned for suitable revision in the light of recommendations of the examiner(s), before resubmission after six months, or to reject it outright.

(b)

(c)

310 8. Part-II of the Examination shall consist of the Written Papers, Clinical and/or Practical Examination and Viva-voce. There shall be four written papers, two to be set in and evaluated by the external and two, by the internal examiners. (a) Part-II of the examination shall be conducted by a Board of four examiners appointed in the manner prescribed in Clause 1 of Chapter XV of these Ordinances and MCI rules; two of whom shall be persons not engaged in teaching in the University. There shall be four written papers, two to be set in and evaluated by the external examiners and two, by the internal examiners. All the four examiners shall examine the candidate in Practical/Clinical and Viva-voce Examination. The Board of examiners shall assess the overall performance of the candidate, and shall decide if the candidate deserves to pass the Examination or whether he fails. The maximum number of candidates to be examined in Clinical/Practical and Oral (Vivavoce) in any day for MD/MS Degree shall not exceed six.

9.

(b)

(c)

(d)

10.

A candidate who fails at the Part-II Examination may be permitted to appear at the subsequent examination as an ex-student as defined in Clause 5 of Chapter-XVII of these Ordinances, without submitting fresh Thesis. Part-II Examination shall be held only twice in a year with an interval of four to six months between the two examinations. Teachers of the Faculty of Medicine who have MD/MS may be permitted by the concerned Department of Studies as a special case to submit a Thesis without undergoing a regular course of study, research and/or training after completing three years in the service of the University excluding the period of Registrarship/Demonstratorship, provided they are otherwise eligible. Such teachers shall, however, be from Department concerned, for a period not less than one year before appearing in Part-II of the Examination. Candidate registered for MD/MS courses must clear the Final Examination within five years of the date of admission. Migration/transfer of students undergoing any post-graduate course shall not be permitted from the Medical College to another, during the period of training prescribed for the course.

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14.

DIPLOMA COURSES
1. No candidate shall be registered to undertake course of study and training for Diploma unless he has: (a) passed MBBS examination of this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent, satisfactorily completed Internship for the period of one year and is registered with the State Medical Council/Medical Council of India. is selected on merit of Postgraduate Competitive Admission Test.

(b)

(c)

311 2. Study and training course is available for the Diploma in the subjects of: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) 3. Anaesthesiology (DA) Child Health (DCH) Laryngology and Otology (DLO) Medical Radio-Diagnosis (DMRD) Gaynaecology and obstetrics (DGO) Ophthalmology (DO) Orthopaedics Surgery (DOS) Radio-Therapy (DRT)

The Examination shall be conducted by a Board of four examiners as appointed in the manner prescribed by MCI and in Clause 1 of Chapter XI of the Academic Ordinances, two of whom shall be persons not engaged in teaching in this University. The theory examination shall comprise of four written papers; two to be set in and evaluated by the external and two, by internal examiners. Clinical, Practical and Viva-Voce Examination will be conducted by the four examiners as a Board. The distribution of marks shall be as under: (a) Four Papers (of 50 marks each) (b) (c) Clinical/Practical Viva-Voce Examination Total:

4.

5.

200 150 50 400 Marks

6.

To pass the examination, the candidate must obtain at least 50% of marks provided for the theory and 50% in Viva-voce and Clinical/Practical. The maximum number of candidates to be examined in Clinical/Practical and Oral (Viva-Voce) in any day for Diploma shall not exceed six. There shall be only two Examinations in a year, with an interval of four to six months between the two examinations. The candidate registered for Diploma course must clear the Final Examination within five years from the date of admission. A candidate is eligible to appear for the examination if the following conditions are fulfilled: (i) Completed 3 years (36 calendar months) for Degree Courses or 2 years (24 calendar months) for Diploma Courses, of stay in the Department concerned as residents. (ii) Attended at least 80% of the training period of each year in the Department concerned. The rest 20% includes his/her due casual leave and earned leave of absence to any reason. Any other leave or absence availed by the students apart from mentioned above shall be duly compensated to fulfil the above mentioned requirement of 80% of the training period of 3 years or 2 years as the case may be.

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8.

9.

(iii)

312 CHAPTER XLIV Diploma in Ophthalmology (D.O.) **(Deleted)

CHAPTER XLV Diploma in Orthopaedic Surgery (D.O.S.) **(Deleted)

CHAPTR XLVI Diploma in Laryngology and Otology (D.L.O.) **(Deleted)

CHAPTER XLVII Diploma in Anaesthesiology (D.A.) **(Deleted)

CHAPTER XLVIII Diploma in Medical Radio-Diagnosis (D.M.R.D.) **(Deleted) And Diploma in Medical Radio-Therapy (D.M.R.T.) **(Deleted)

CHAPTER XLIX Diploma in Gynecology and Obstetrics (D.G.O.) **(Deleted)

CHAPTER L Diploma in Child Health (D.C.H.) **(Deleted)

CHAPTER LI Diploma in Clinical Pathology (D.C.P.) (Deleted)

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

313

CHAPTER LII
Bachelor of Library & Information Science 1. The Examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Library & Information Science shall be open to candidates who either:(a) have attended regular course of study at the University for a period of one academic year; OR (b) 2. are ex-students as defined in Clause 5, Chapter XVII of these Ordinances.

No candidate shall be admitted to the Examination unless he has passed, at least one year previously, the Examination for a Bachelors Degree of this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent. The examination shall comprise written papers and/or sessional work, and/or project and/or practical examination, and or viva-voce examination as may be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Department of Library & Information Science and the Faculty of Social Sciences. To pass an Examination, a candidate must obtain at least 36% of the marks allotted to each paper and 40% of the marks in the aggregate of the papers. A candidate who has passed in individual papers but failed to obtain 40% of the marks in aggregate for passing the Examination, may appear as an ex-student in subsequent Examination in one or more papers so as to be eligible for the award of Degree. Provided that the marks awarded to such candidate for sessional work during his regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent Examination. Successful candidates who obtain 60 per cent of the marks or more in the aggregate of all subjects, shall be placed in the First Division; those who obtain less than 60 per cent but not less than 48 per cent in the Second Division and those who obtain less than 48 per cent but not less than 40 per cent, in the Third Division. A candidate who fails in not more than two papers, may be allowed to appear as an ex-student at the immediately following Examination only in those papers in which he/she has failed. In such case, the marks obtained by him/her for sessional work in the paper/papers during the regular course of study shall be taken into account. A regular candidate of this University who in 1992 or thereafter passes the examination for a Bachelors Degree in Library Science in the Third Division, may appear once again at the Examination to improve his division. The Degree awarded earlier, however, shall not be withdrawn, even if he fails in his second attempt.

3.

**

4.

5.

6.

EC Res No 14(44) (3) dated 12/13/15 July 1980.

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005. E.C. Res. No. 26 dated 10/11.12.1988.

314

CHAPTER LIII Master of Library & Information Science


1. The Examination for the Degree of Master of Library & Information Science shall be open to candidate who either: (a) (b) 2. have attended a regular course of study at the University for a period of one academic year; OR are ex-students as defined in Clause 5 of Chapter XVII of these Ordinances.

No candidates shall be admitted to the Examination for the Degree of the Master of Library & Information Science unless he has passed the B.A., B.Sc., B.Com. (Pass) or (Hons) Examination or an equivalent examination and the Bachelor of Library Science Examination of this University or an examination recognized by this University as its equivalent. The examination for the Master of Library & Information Science shall comprise such written appears and/or sessional work, and/or project and/or practical examination and /or viva voce examination as may be prescribed from time to time by the Academic Council and the recommendation of the Department of Library & Information Science and the Faculty of Social Sciences. To pass the Examination, a candidate must obtain at least 40% of the marks allotted to each subject and at least 50% in the aggregate; Provided that in a subject for which a practical examination/sessional work is prescribed, the minimum percentage required shall be 40 in the written paper and the practical examination and/or sessional work respectively. A candidate who has passed in individual papers/practicals/viva-voce examination but failed to obtain 50% of the aggregate marks for passing the Examination, may appear as an ex-student in subsequent Examination in one or more papers/practicals/viva-voce examination so as to be eligible for the award of degree. Provided that the marks awarded to such candidate for sessional work during his regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent Examination.

3.

4.

5.

Candidates who obtain 60% of marks or more in the aggregate of all subjects shall be placed in the First Division; who obtain less than 60% but not less than 50% shall be placed in the Second Division. A candidate for M.Lib. & Information Science who fails in not more than two papers may be allowed to appear as an ex-student at the immediately following examination only in those papers in which he/she has failed. In case of such students, the marks obtained by them for sessional work in the paper/papers during their regular course of study shall be taken into account. M.Lib. & Information Science students are required to submit the dissertation ordinarily, within three months of the date of the last paper. However, an extension in the time-limit in extra-ordinary circumstances may be granted by the Chairman of the Department on the recommendation of the

6.

7.

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005. E.C. Res. No. 26 dated 10/11.12.1988.

315 guide/supervisor of the candidate for a further period not exceeding three months from the date of expiry. 8. In case of ex-students appearing in full papers, the marks obtained by them for paper-VIII; a sessional project (dissertation) shall be taken into account. However, such a candidate may be allowed by the Chairman to work on a fresh topic of dissertation, if he/she so desires to the Chairman at the time of enrolment as an ex-student for the Annual Examination. He/she will work for dissertation under the guide to be appointed by the Chairman and will be required to submit his/her dissertation as prescribed under Clause (7) above.

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CHAPTER LIII(A) Master of Library and Information Science (M.L.I.Sc.) (2 Semester Programme) (Effective from the session 2004-2005)

1.

The degree of Mater of Library and Information Science (M.L.I.Sc.) shall be awarded to a candidate who has passed B.L.I.Sc./B.Lib.Sc./B.L. & I.Sc. examination of this University with at least 50% marks in aggregate or an examination recognised by the University as its equivalent and has undergone a regular course of study for not less than one academic year comprising of two semesters and has fulfilled all requirements including attendance of first and second semesters. In order to be eligible for the award of degree of M.L.I.Sc., a candidate shall have to pass in semester examinations each comprising of five courses of four credits each so as to accumulate 40 credits distributed in two semesters of 20 credits per semester alongwith the dissertation of four credits (ie to accumulate a total of 44 credit for the award of M.L.I.Sc. degree) in the manner as specified in Clause (6) below. The courses, the credits and the marks allotted to each course shall be as prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Board of Studies of the Department of Library and Information Science and the Faculty of Social Sciences. (a) There shall be continuous evaluation in each course consisting of sessional work spread over the semester followed by End Semester Examination at the end of each semester. The allocation of marks in various components of evaluation for each course/ project/ dissertation shall be as follows (1 credits means 25 marks): Sessional work : 25% marks End Semester Examination : 75% marks

2.

3.

4.

(b)

5.

The examination shall be open to candidates who have under gone a regular course of study in this University and have put in at least 75% attendance in all courses taken together in each semester. (a) To pass each course/project/dissertation/viva-voce and to accumulate credits to it, a candidate must obtain at least 40% of the total marks in sessional work and End Semester Examination, taken together and at least 50% marks in aggregate of all courses of I and II Semester Examinations for the award of degree of M.L.I.Sc.

6.

If a candidate fails to obtain 50% marks in aggregate for the award of degree, he/she may appear for improvement in the next subsequent semester examinations only in one or more courses as an exstudent; Provided that the marks obtained earlier by the candidate for sessional work/dissertation/viva-voce examination shall be taken into account at the subsequent semester examinations. (b) A candidate who fails to obtain the minimum marks to pass a course may be allowed to appear only at the subsequent End Semester Examination prescribed for that course. The marks awarded at the subsequent examination and the sessional marks obtained earlier as a

O.M. No. XM/SPA/II-196 dated 24/30.10.2005.

317 regular candidate, shall be taken into account. The marks in the courses in which the candidate has already passed shall be carried forward. (c) For ex-student, as defined in Chapter XVII(A) of the Ordinances (Academic), permitted to appear in a subsequent End Semester Examination, the marks obtained earlier in sessional work/project/ dissertation/viva-voce shall be carried forward. In no case, supplementary or special examination shall be held.

(d) 7.

A candidate who fails to fulfil attendance requirements in I and/or II Semester(s) may be allowed for re-registration in I and/or II Semester in the next session within a maximum permissible period of two academic sessions from the date of his/her admission. However, a candidate who has fulfilled attendance requirements of I and II Semesters may be permitted to appear at the next immediately following End Semester Examinations as an ex-student to complete the remaining requirements for the award of M.L.I.Sc. degree; Provided that in no case, a candidate shall be permitted further to appear in the examination and his/her name shall be removed from the University.

8.

The division in which a successful candidate is to be placed shall be determined on the basis of aggregate marks obtained by him/her in first and second semesters taken together. Candidates who obtain 60% of the aggregate marks or more shall be placed in the First Division; those who obtain less than 60% but not less than 50% of the aggregate marks shall be placed in the Second Division. If a candidate passes I and II semester examinations and wishes to improve his/her performance, he/she may appear in not more than 25% of the written papers of theory courses at the End Semester Examinations, not later than one academic session after the declaration of his/her result on passing the complete examination. There shall be no improvement in the sessional work/dissertation/vivavoce examination. The marks awarded to him/her for the sessional work/dissertation/viva-voce examination during his/her regular course of study shall be carried forward. Such candidates shall not be allowed hostel accommodation; Provided that such permission shall be granted only once, and the candidate is not pursuing or undergoing any other course of study in the meanwhile; Provided further that if the candidate fails to improve his/her performance, the marks sheet and/or degree awarded to him/her earlier shall not be withdrawn.

9.

10.

Ex-students as defined in Clause 5 of Chapter XVIII(A) of Ordinances (Academic) who are eligible to appear at the M.L.I.Sc. examination under Annual System, shall be allowed to complete the degree requirements till 2005 examination.

318

CHAPTER LIV
Master of Business Administration (deleted)

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

319

CHAPTER LIV (A)


MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (M.B.A.) 1. No candidate shall be eligible for admission to the Degree of Master of Business Administration unless he has passed the B.A., B.Sc., B.com. (Pass or Honours). B.Sc. (Engg.) or B.Tech. Examination of this University or an examination recognized by this University as its equivalent with a minimum of 50 per cent marks and has undergone a regular course of study in the University for not less than three academic sessions. The Examination for the Degree of Master of Business Administration shall be open to: (a) candidates who have undergone a regular course of study in the University for two academic sessions; ex-students as defined in Clause 5, Chapter XVII.

2.

(b) 3.

The Examination for the Degree of Master of Business Administration shall consist of Part-I and Part-II. Each part is divided into two Terms. The number of written papers and the marks allotted to each paper including sessional work, viva-voce examination, practical experience and dissertation at each Part of the Examination shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Department of Business Administration and the Faculty concerned. To appear at Term Examination, the candidate shall have to fulfil the following requirements: (a) must put in the minimum percentage of attendance as prescribed by the AICTE/Academic Council from time to time; must obtain at least 40 per cent marks in the sessional work of each paper separately failing which, the candidate shall have to seek re-admission/continuation in the subsequent academic sessions.

(b)

4.

The dissertation shall be evaluated out of a total of 100 marks of which 50 marks shall be allotted to the Supervisor of the candidate and 50 marks to an External Examiner as recommended by the Department. (a) To pass each paper in the Term Examination, the candidate must obtain at least 40 per cent marks in all papers separately.

5.

In order to be promoted to the Second Term a candidate shall have to clear at least four out of six papers of First Term. However, to be promoted to M.B.A. Part-II, the candidate shall have to pass nine out of twelve papers of M.B.A. Part-I i.e. Terms I and II combined. Provided that a candidate who fails to secure at least 40 per cent marks in more than two papers in the First Term of M.B.A. Part-I shall have to seek re-admission/continuation in the subsequent session. Provided further that a candidate who fails to secure at least 40 per cent marks in more than three papers of M.B.A. Part-I (First Term and Second Term combined) shall not be allowed to pursue a course of M.B.A. Part-II and shall have to appear in all papers of academic session as an ex-student.
E.C. dated 9.9.96 & 3.5.97.

320 (b) Every candidate shall have to undergo an eight weeks training at a reputed business organization in India or abroad. Upon completion of the training, the candidate shall have to make an oral presentation of his/her training before a joint session of the Faculty and the students. The training shall be evaluated out of a total of 100 marks in a break up of 40 marks for oral presentation and 60 marks for written report. The latter shall be evaluated by two teachers of the Department appointed by the Board of Studies. Each teacher shall evaluate training report out of 30 marks.

Provided that if the candidate does not satisfactorily defend his/her training in oral presentation and secures less than 40 per cent marks (i.e. 16 marks) he/she shall be required to undergo the training afresh during the next summer. After the fresh training the candidate shall have to defend his/her training in the same manner as stated above. 6. (a) The division in which successful candidates are to be placed shall be determined on the basis of the aggregate marks obtained by them at Part-I and Part-II Examinations. Candidates who obtain 60% per cent of the marks in the aggregate or more shall be placed in the First Division, those who obtain less than 60 per cent but not less than 50 per cent, in the Second Division.

(b)

However, if any candidate obtains less than 50 per cent marks in aggregate of Part-I and Part-II Examinations combined, shall have to appear for improvement in any or all papers of M.B.A. Part-II in which he/she has obtained less than 50 per cent marks in the subsequent academic session to make 50% marks in aggregate as an ex-student. Provided that if any candidate obtains less than 50 per cent marks in aggregate in M.B.A. Part-I papers, shall be allowed to appear for improvement in a maximum of three papers alongwith the M.B.A. Part-II Examination in the subsequent academic session. 7. A candidate who fails to quality for the Degree of M.B.A. within four academic sessions after his admission shall not be allowed to pursue the course further. However, a fifth years grace may be allowed by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Chairman of the Department and the Dean of the Faculty.

321

CHAPTER LIV (B)


MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA) (Effective from the session 2001-2002) 1. No candidate shall be eligible for admission to the Degree of Master of Business Administration unless he/she has passed the B.A., B.Sc., B.Com (Pass or Honours) or B.Sc. Engg. /B.Tech. Examination of this University or an examination recognized by this University as its equivalent with a minimum of 50 per cent marks and has undergone a regular course of study in the University for not less than three academic sessions. The Examination for the Degree of Master of Bushiness Administration shall be open to: (a) candidates who have undergone a regular course of MBA in the University for two academic sessions, ex-students as defined in Clause 5, Chapter XVII.

2.

(b) 3.

The Examination for the Degree of Master of Business Administration shall consist of Part-I and Part-II. Each part is divided into two Semesters. The number of written papers and the marks allotted to each paper including seasonal work, viva-voce examination, summer training and dissertation at each part of the Examination shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Department of Business Administration. To appear at each Semester Examination, a candidate must put in the minimum percentages of attendance as prescribed by AICTE/Academic Council from time to time.

4.

The dissertation shall be evaluated out of a total of 100 marks. The Supervisor of the candidate shall evaluate the dissertation out of 50 marks. The evaluation of the remaining 50 marks will be based on the viva-voce on his/her dissertation. The via voce will be conducted by a Committee consisting of an External and two Internal Examiners recommended by the Board of Studies of the Department. The viva voce examination for the dissertation shall be conducted at the end of fourth semester. (a) To pass each paper in the Semester Examination, the candidate must obtain at least 40 per cent marks (in its Sessional and End Semester Examination combined). In order to be promoted to Part II, a candidate shall have to clear at least 75% (rounded off to the nearest whole number) of the papers of Part-I. A candidate who fails to secure 40 per cent marks in more than 25% of papers of MBA Part I (First Semester and Second Semester combined) shall have to appear in all papers of MBA Part I Examination in the subsequent academic session as an ex-student. Every candidate shall have to undergo an eight weeks training at a reputed business organization in India or abroad. Upon completion of the training the candidate shall have to make an oral presentation of his/her training before a joint session of the Faculty and the students. The training shall be evaluated out of a total of 100 marks in a breakup of 40 marks for oral presentation and 60 marks for written report. The latter shall be evaluated by two teachers of the Department appointed by the Board of Studies. Each teacher shall evaluate the training report out of 30 marks.

5.

(b)

(c)

A.C. dated 8/9.5.2001.

322 Provided that if the candidate does not satisfactorily defend his/her training in oral presentation and secures less than 40 per cent marks (i.e. 16 marks), he/she shall be required to undergo the training afresh. After the fresh training, the candidate shall have to defend his/her training in the same manner as stated above. 6. (a) The division in which the successful candidates are to be placed shall be determined on the basis of the aggregate marks obtained by them in Part-I and II examinations combined. Candidates who obtain 60 per cent marks in the aggregate or more shall be placed in First Division, and those who obtain less than 60 per cent but not less than 50 per cent marks, in Second Division.

(b)

However, if any candidate obtains less than 50 per cent marks in aggregate of Part I and Pat II Examinations combined shall have to appear for improvement in any or all papers of MBA Part II in which he/she has obtained less than 50 per cent marks in the subsequent academic sessions to make 50 per cent marks in aggregate as an ex-student. Provided that if any candidate obtains less than 50 per cent marks in aggregate in MBA Part I shall be allowed to appear for improvement in a maximum of 25 per cent papers of Part I along with the MBA Part II Examination in the subsequent academic session. 7. A candidate who fails to qualify for the Degree of MBA within four academic sessions after his admission shall not be allowed to pursue the course further. However, a fifth years grace may be allowed by the permission of the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Chairman of the Department and the Dean of the Faculty.

323

CHAPTER LIV (C) MASTER OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (M.I.B.M.)


1. No candidate shall be eligible for admission to the Degree of Master of International Business Management unless he/she has passed the B.A., B.Sc., B.Com. (Pass or Honours) or B.Tech. Examination of this University or an examination recognized by this University as its equivalent with a minimum of 50 per cent marks and has undergone a regular course of study in the University for not less than three academic sessions. The Examination for the Degree of Master of International Business Management shall be open to: (a) candidates who have undergone a regular course of study in the University for two academic sessions; ex-students as defined in Clause 5, Chapter XVII of these Ordinances.

2.

(b) 3.

The Examination for the Degree of Master of International Business Management shall consist of Part-I and Part-II. Each part is divided into two Terms. The number of written papers and the marks allotted to each paper including sessional work, viva-voce examination, practical experience and dissertation at each Part of the Examination shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Department of Business Administration and the Faculty concerned. To appear at each Term Examination, a candidate shall have to fulfil the following requirements: (a) must put in the minimum percentage of attendance as prescribed by AICTE/Academic Council from time to time. must obtain at least 40% marks in the sessional work of each paper separately failing which, the candidate shall have to seek readmission/continuation in the subsequent academic session.

(b)

4.

The Dissertation shall be evaluated out of a total of 100 marks of which 50 marks shall be allotted to the Supervisor of the candidate and 50 marks to an External Examiner as recommended by the Department. (a) To pass each paper in the Term Examination, the candidate must obtain at least 40 per cent marks in all papers separately. In order to be promoted to the Second Term a candidate shall have to clear at least four out of six papers of First Term. However, to be promoted to M.I.B.M. Part-II, the candidate shall have to pass nine out of twelve papers of M.I.B.M. PartI i.e. Terms I and II combined.

5.

Provided that a candidate who fails to secure 40 per cent marks in more than two papers in the First Term of M.I.B.M. Part-I shall have to seek readmission/continuation in the subsequent academic session. Provided further that a candidate who fails to secure 40 per cent marks in more than three papers of M.I.B.M. Part-I (First Term and Second Term combined) shall not be allowed to pursue a course of M.I.B.M. Part-II and shall have to reappear in all papers of M.I.B.M. Part-II Examination in the subsequent academic session as an ex-student.
EC 9.9.1996/3.5.97.

324 (b) Every candidate shall have to undergo an eight weeks training at a reputed business organization in India or abroad. Upon completion of the training, the candidate shall have to make an oral presentation of his/her training before a joint session of the Faculty and the students. The training shall be evaluated out of a total of 100 marks in a break up of 40 marks for oral presentation and 60 marks for written report. The latter shall be evaluated by two teachers of the Department appointed by the Board of Studies. Each teacher shall evaluate the training report out of 30 marks.

Provided that if the candidate does not satisfactorily defend his/her training in oral presentation and secures less than 40 per cent marks (i.e. 16 marks), he/she shall be required to undergo the training afresh. After the fresh training, the candidate shall have to defend his/her training in the same manner as stated above. 6. (a) The division in which the successful candidates are to be placed shall be determined on the basis of the aggregate marks obtained by them at Part-I and II Examinations. Candidates who obtain 60 per cent of the marks in the aggregate or more shall be placed in the First Division, those who obtain less than 60 per cent but not less than 50 per cent shall be placed in the Second Division.

(b)

Provided that if any candidate obtains less than 50 per cent marks in aggregate of Part-I and Part-II Examinations combined, he shall have to appear for improvement in any or all papers of M.I.B.M. Part-II in which he/she has obtained less than 50 per cent marks, in the subsequent academic sessions as an ex-student, to make 50 per cent marks in aggregate. Provided further that if a candidate obtains less than 50 per cent marks in aggregate in M.I.B.M. Part-I papers, he shall be allowed to appear for improvement in a maximum of three papers alongwith the M.I.B.M. Part-II Examination in the subsequent academic session. 7. A candidate who fails to qualify for the Degree of M.I.B.M. within four academic sessions after his admission shall not be allowed to pursue the course further. However, a fifth years grace may be allowed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Charmin of the Department and the Dean of the Faculty.

325

CHAPTER LIV (D)


MASTER OF INTERNATIONAL BUSIENSS MANAGEMENT (M.I.B.M.) (Effective from the session 2001-2002)

1.

No candidate shall be eligible for admission to the Degree of Master of International Business Management (M.I.B.M.) unless he/she has passed the B.A. B.Sc., B.Com. (Pass or Honours) or B.Sc. Engg./B.Tech. Examinations of this University or an examination recognized by this University as its equivalent with a minimum of 50 per cent marks and has undergone a regular course of study in the University for not less than three academic sessions. The Examination for the Degree of Master of International Business Management shall be open to: (a) candidates who have undergone a regular course of MIBM in the University for two academic sessions; ex-students as defined in Clause 5, Chapter XVII.

2.

(b) 3.

The Examination for the Degree of Master of International Business Management shall consist of Part I and Part II. Each Part is divided into two Semesters. The number of written papers and the marks allotted to each paper including Sessional Work, Viva-voce Examination, Summer Training and Dissertation in each part of the Examination shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Department of Business Administration. To appear at each Semester Examination, a candidate must put in the minimum percentage of attendance as prescribed by AICTE/Academic Council from time to time.

4.

The Dissertation shall be evaluated out of a total of 100 marks. The Supervisor of the candidate shall evaluate the Dissertation out of 50 marks. The evaluation of the remaining 50 marks will be based on the Viva Voce on his/her Dissertation. The Viva Voce will be conducted by a Committee consisting of an External and two Internal Examiners recommended by the Board of Studies of the Department. The Viva Voce Examination for the Dissertation shall be conducted by the end of Fourth Semester. (a) To pass each paper in the Semester Examination, the candidate must obtain at least 40 per cent marks (in its Sessionals and End Semester Examination combined). In order to be promoted to Part II a candidate shall have to clear at least 75% (rounded off to the nearest whole number) of the papers of Part I.A candidate who fails to secure 40 per cent marks in more than 25% of papers of MIBM Part I (First Semester and Second Semester combined) shall have to appear in all papers of MIBM Part I Examination in the subsequent academic session as an ex-student. Every candidate shall have to undergo an eight weeks training at a reputed business organization in India or abroad. Upon completion of the training, the candidate shall have to make an oral presentation of his/her training before a joint session of the Faculty and the students. The training shall be evaluated out of a total of 100 marks in a breakup of 40 marks for oral presentation and 60 marks for written report. The latter shall be evaluated by two

5.

(b)

(c)

A.C. dated 8/9.5.2001.

326 teachers of the Department appointed by the Board of Studies. Each teacher shall evaluate the training report out of 30 marks; Provided that if the candidate does not satisfactorily defend his/her training in oral presentation and secures less than 40 per cent marks (i.e. 16 marks), he/she shall be required to undergo the training afresh. After the fresh training, the candidate shall have to defend his/her training in the same manner as stated above. 6. (a) The division in which the successful candidates are to be placed shall be determined on the basis of the aggregate marks obtained by them in Part I and II Examinations combined. Candidates who obtain 60 per cent marks in the aggregate or more shall be placed in First Division, and those who obtain less than 60 per cent but not less than 50 per cent marks, in Second Division.

(b)

However, if any candidate obtains less than 50 per cent marks in aggregate of Part I and Part II Examinations combined shall have to appear for improvement in any or all papers of MIBM Part II in which he/she has obtained less than 50 per cent marks in the subsequent academic sessions to make 50 per cent marks in aggregate as an ex-student. Provided that if any candidate obtains less than 50 per cent marks in aggregate in MIBM Part I shall be allowed to appear for improvement in a maximum of 25 per cent papers of Part I along with the Part II Examination in the subsequent academic session. 7. A candidate who fails to qualify for the Degree of MIBM within four academic sessions after his/ her admission shall not be allowed to pursue the course further. However, a fifth years grace may be allowed by the permission of the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Chairman of the Department and the Dean of the Faculty.

327

CHAPTER LIV (E)


MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS) (MBA (IB)) (Effective from the session 2005-2006)

1.

No candidate shall be eligible for admission to the Degree of Master of Business Administration (MBA (IB)) unless he/she has passed the B.A. B.Sc., B.Com. (Pass or Honours) or B.Sc. Engg./B.Tech. Examinations of this University or an examination recognized by this University as its equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks. The Examination for the Degree of Master of Business Administration (International Business) shall be open to: (a) candidates who have undergone a regular course of MBA (IB) in the University for two academic sessions; ex-students as defined in Clause 5, Chapter XVII/XVII-A.

2.

(b) 3.

The Examination for the Degree of Master of Business Administration (International Business) shall consist of Part I and Part II. Each Part is divided into two Semesters. The number of written papers and the marks allotted to each paper including Sessional Work, Viva-voce Examination, Summer Training and Dissertation in each part of the Examination shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Department of Business Administration. To appear in each paper/course at the Semester Examination, a candidate must put in a minimum 70% of attendance subject to the provisions as specified in Chapter XVII of Ordinances (Academic).

4.

The Dissertation shall be evaluated out of a total of 100 marks. The Supervisor of the candidate shall evaluate the Dissertation out of 50 marks. The evaluation of the remaining 50 marks will be based on the Viva-Voce on his/her Dissertation. The Viva-Voce will be conducted by a Committee consisting of an External and two Internal Examiners recommended by the Board of Studies of the Department. The Viva-Voce Examination for the Dissertation shall be conducted by the end of Fourth Semester. (a) To pass each paper/course in the Semester Examination, the candidate must obtain at least 40 per cent marks in its Sessionals and End Semester Examination combined. In order to be promoted to Part II, a candidate shall have to clear at least 75% (rounded off to the nearest whole number) of the papers/courses of Part I.A candidate who fails to secure 40 per cent marks in more than 25% of papers/courses of Part I (First Semester and Second Semester combined) shall have to appear in all papers/courses of Part I Examination in the subsequent academic session as an ex-student. Every candidate shall have to undergo an eight weeks training at a reputed business organization in India or abroad. Upon completion of the training, the candidate shall have to make an oral presentation of his/her training before a joint session of the Faculty and the students. The training shall be evaluated out of a total of 100 marks in a breakup of 40 marks

5.

(b)

(c)

A.C. dated 8/9.5.2001. Change in nomenclature from Mater of International Business Management (MIBM) to Master of Business Administration (International Business) (MBA (IB)) Vide OM No./XM/SPA/FN-75/II-278 dated 27/28..3.2006.

328 for oral presentation and 60 marks for written report. The latter shall be evaluated by two teachers of the Department of Business Administration appointed by the Board of Studies. Each teacher shall evaluate the training report out of 30 marks; Provided that if the candidate does not satisfactorily defend his/her training in oral presentation and secures less than 40 per cent marks (i.e. 16 marks), he/she shall be required to undergo the training afresh. After the fresh training, the candidate shall have to defend his/her training in the same manner as stated above. 6. (a) The division in which the successful candidates are to be placed shall be determined on the basis of the aggregate marks obtained by them in Part I and II Examinations combined. Candidates who obtain 60 per cent marks in the aggregate or more shall be placed in First Division, and those who obtain less than 60 per cent but not less than 50 per cent marks, in Second Division.

(b)

However, if any candidate obtains less than 50 per cent marks in aggregate of Part I and Part II Examinations combined shall have to appear for improvement in any or all papers/courses of Part II in which he/she has obtained less than 50 per cent marks in the subsequent academic sessions to make 50 per cent marks in aggregate as an ex-student. Provided that if any candidate obtains less than 50 per cent marks in aggregate in Part I shall be allowed to appear for improvement in a maximum of 25 per cent papers of Part I along with Part II Examination in the subsequent academic session. 7. A candidate who fails to qualify for the Degree of MBA(IB) within four academic sessions after his/her admission shall not be allowed to pursue the course further. However, a fifth year grace may be allowed by the permission of the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Chairman of the Department and the Dean of the Faculty concerned.

329

CHAPTER- LV
Diploma in Bank Administration 1. The examination for the Diploma in bank Administration shall be open to either (a) candidates who have undergone a regular course of study in the University for one academic year, OR ex-students as defined in Chapter XVII, Clause 5.

(b) 2.

No candidate shall be admitted to the Diploma in Bank Administration unless he has passed at least one year previously the Bachelors degree examination in Arts, Social sciences, Science, Commerce or Engineering of this University or an examination recognized by this University as its equivalent. The Examination shall comprise the following five written papers and a via-voce examination carrying 100 marks each, and sessional work carrying 25 marks in each subject:Paper I Economic Aspects of banking; Paper II Banking Law and Administration; Paper III Structure of Indian banking; Paper IV Monetary Theory and Banking Practice; Paper V - Bank Accounting and Financial Analysis.

3.

4.

To pass the Examination, a candidate must obtain at least:*(a) *(b) *(c) 40 per cent of the marks in each written paper as well as in the viva-voce examination; 40 per cent of the marks allotted for sessional work; and 40 per cent in the aggregate of marks of the written papers and sessional work and the vivavoce examination.

5.

Candidates who pass the Examination and obtain 60 per cent of the marks or more in the aggregate shall be placed in the First Division; those who obtain least than 60 per cent but not less than 50 per cent in the Second Division; and those who obtained less than 50 per cent but not less than 40 per cent in the Third Division. Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, a Supplementary Examination shall be held not more than four months after the Annual Examination. This Examination shall be open to candidates who are unable to appear at the Annual Examination for reasons approved of by the Committee of examination, or who fail in one or more subjects, at the Annual Examination, but obtain not less than 25 per dent of marks in the aggregate. Candidates who have failed at the Annual Examination shall be required to appear at the Supplementary Examination in those subjects only in which they have failed at Annual Examination.

6.

EC dated 9.3.2000.

330

CHAPTER LVI
Diploma in Secretarial Work (deleted)

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

331

CHAPTER LVII
Diploma in Steno-Typing 1. The Examination for the Diploma in Steno-Typing shall be open to:(a) candidates who have undergone a regular course of study in the University for one academic year;

Provided that candidates who have attended the regular course of study on a part time basis for a period of two years may also be permitted by the Academic Council to appear at the Examination, on such condition as it may prescribe. (b) 2. ex-students as defined in Chapter XVII, Clause 5.

No candidate shall be permitted to appear at the Examination unless he has passed at least one year previously the Senior-Secondary School Examination of the University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent. The Examination shall comprise the following two papers carrying 100 marks each: (i) (ii) Type-writing; Short-hand.

3.

4. 5.

To pass the Examination, a candidate must obtain at least 36% of marks in each paper separately. Candidates who pass the Examination and obtain 60% or more in the aggregate of the marks in the two papers shall be placed in the first division; those who obtain less than 60 per cent but not less than 48 per cent, in the Second Division and those securing less than 48 per cent but not less than 36 per cent, in the Third Division.

332

CHAPTER LVIII
Advanced Diploma in Professional Psychology (deleted)

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

333

CHAPTER LVIII-A
Post Graduate Diploma in Rehabilitation Psychology (Effective from the Academic Session 2002-2003 1. The P.G. Diploma in Rehabilitation Psychology shall be awarded to the candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one academic year followed by three-month Internship after having passed the Masters Degree in Psychology with a at least 55% marks in aggregate from this University or any other University recognized by the University as its equivalent or Masters Degree in Education / Social Work / Sociology / Home Science with adequate coverage of Psychology in the syllabi with at least 55% marks in aggregate. No candidate shall be allowed to appear at the Final University Examination unless he has undergone a regular Course of Study for One Academic Year and has fulfilled the minimum attendance requirement of 75% in all courses combined during the entire academic session. Teaching & Examination Schedule or Course Structure etc. shall be prescribed by the Faculty of Social Sciences on the recommendations of the Board of Studies of the Department concerned. There shall be two categories of courses to be taught during the academic session viz. (i) Core course of 100 marks each and (ii) supporting courses of 50 marks each as per details given below:

2.

3.

TEACHING & EXAMINATION SCHEDULE

Course No.

Course Title

Sessiona l Marks

University Exam. Marks (Written Exam)

Practical & VivaVoce University Exam. Marks

(A) Core Courses : RPY701 RPY702 RPY703 RPY704 RPY705 Assessment & Evaluation I Assessment & Evaluation II Intervention Techniques I Intervention Techniques II Perspectives on Disability 20 20 20 20 20 80 80 80 80 80

(B) Supporting Courses : RPY706 Biological basis of Disabilities 10 40

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

334 RPY707 RPY708 RPY709 RPY710 Social Correlates of Disabilities Institutional Rehabilitation Practical Course Project Report Total : approaches to 10 10 90 220 GRAND TOTAL : 40 40 520 210 50 260 1000

4.

Every candidate shall complete Three-Month Internship Training under a Senior Qualified Psychologist after Final University Examination and shall submit a satisfactory completion Certificate. To pass each core and supporting Course, a candidate must obtain at least 40% of the prescribed marks (inclusive of sessional marks) and at least 50% of the prescribed marks (inclusive of sessional marks) in Practical Course and in Project Report separately. Candidates who pass in all the prescribed courses including Practical Course & Project Report and have completed Internship Training successfully will be declared to have passed the Examination provided that the candidate has obtained at least 50% of the prescribed aggregate marks for the entire Course of Study. Grace Marks (GM) upto three marks can be awarded to a candidate in one Course only to pass the Examination. Discretionary marks (DM) upto two marks can be awarded for improvement of Division provided that no GM have been awarded to such candidate. There shall be a Supplementary Examination for those who fail in one Theory Course after the declaration of result. A candidate who fails to obtain the minimum pass marks or fails to appear in any course may appear at the subsequent University Examination as an ex-student. Provided that the marks awarded to such candidate for sessional work in the course during his / her regular Course of Study shall be taken into account at the subsequent examination. Candidates who secure 70% or more of the prescribed aggregate marks shall be declared to have passed the Examination in First Division with Distinction. Candidates who secure 60% or more but less than 90% of the prescribed aggregate marks shall be declared to have passed the Examination with First Division. Candidates who secure 50% or more but less than 60% of the aggregate marks shall be declared to have passed the Examination with Second Division. A candidate who fails to pass the Course of Study after having fulfilled the attendance requirements or fails to appear at the University Examination has been detained due to shortage of attendance etc. may be allowed to join the regular classes in the next academic session. Such candidate shall fulfill the attendance and sessional requirements afresh (any sessional marks obtained in the preceding session being disregarded).

5.

6.

7.

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335 No candidate shall be permitted to continue his / her studies as regular student for more than two consecutive academic years after his / her admission. Provided that the candidate who has undergone a regular Course of Study after having fulfilled the attendance and other requirements may be allowed to complete the remaining requirements of the Degree as an ex-student by Academic Council on the recommendations of the Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Chairman of the Department. In case, a candidate fails to pass the Course of Study within three years, his/her admission shall be cancelled. 12. The Medium of Instruction & Examination shall be English.

336

CHAPTER LIX
Diploma in Foreign Affairs Deleted

CHAPTER LX
Diploma in Public Administration *Deleted

EC dated 16.3.1985.

337

CHAPTER LXI
Post Graduate Diploma in West Asian Studies 1. No candidate shall be eligible for the P.G. Diploma in west Asian Studies unless he has passed at least one year previously the B.A., B.Sc., B.Com., M.B.B.S., B.Sc. Engg., or B.E. Degree Examination of this University or an examination recognized as its equivalent The examination for the Diploma in West Asian Studies shall be open to (a) candidates who have undergone a regular course of study in the University for two semesters; OR (b) ex-students as defined in Clause 8 below. The courses, the number of credits and marks allotted to each course, shall be prescribed by the academic Council on the recommendation of the Board of West Asian Studies and the Faculty of Social Science. The courses shall be taken by a candidate with the approval of the adviser appointed by the Board of West Asian Studies. In order to be eligible for the award of the Diploma a candidate shall have to pass in sessional work and semester examinations of each course and viva-voce examination separately. There shall be a viva-voce examination carrying 100 marks alongwith four courses of 100 marks each (inclusive of sessionals of 25 marks). To pass in a course and obtain the credits assigned to it a candidate must obtain at least 40 per cent of the marks in sessional work and at least 40 per cent of the aggregate marks in sessional work and written and/or viva-voce examination. A candidate who fails to obtain 40 per cent of the aggregate marks but has passed in sessioal work, may appear subsequently only at the Semester Examination of that course as an ex-student to obtain the credit for it; Provided that the marks awarded to such a candidate for sessional work during his regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent examination. 9. Candidates who accumulate the requisite number of credits mentioned in clause 5 above or more and who obtain 60 per cent of the aggregate marks or more shall be placed in the first division, those who obtain less than 60 per cent but not less than 50 per cent shall be placed in the second division. Those who obtain less than 50 per cent but not less than 40 per cent shall be placed in the third division. If a candidate fails to accumulate the requisite credits after having studied as a regular candidate for two semesters he may be allowed by the Dean to study for not more than 2 additional semesters immediately following. A candidate who fails to accumulate the requisite credits within four semesters after his admission, shall not be allowed to take further courses for the diploma without the permission of the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Dean.

2.

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5.
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10.

11.

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

338

CHAPTER LXII
Advanced Diploma in Mathematics Deleted

E.C. Res. No. (para 18 of appendix 1(b) dated 16.3.1985.)

339

CHAPTER LXIII
Post Graduate Diploma in Hydrogeolgoy 1. No candidate shall be eligible for the award of Post-graduate Diploma in Hydrogeology unless he has passed at least one year previously the M.Sc. examination in Geology, Applied Geology, Geophysics with B.Sc. in Geology or B.Sc. in Civil Engineering. The Examination for Postgraduate Diploma in Hydrogeolgoy shall be open to:(a) candidates who have undergone a regular course of study in the University for one academic year; OR ex-student as defined in chapter XVII, clause 5.

2.

(b) 3.

The Examination shall comprise such written papers/practical/sessional/viva-voce examination and/or project work as may be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Department of Geology and the Faculty of Science. To pass the Examination, a candidate must obtain at least 30% marks in (i) written papers, (ii) laboratory course, (iii) sessional work, (iv) project work and (v) viva-voce examination, and 50% of the marks in aggregate. A candidate who has passed in individual papers/laboratory course/project work/viva-voce examination but failed to obtain 50% of aggregate marks for passing the Examination may appear as an ex-student in subsequent Examination in one or more papers/practicals/project/viva-voce examination so as to be eligible for the award of degree. Provided that the marks awarded to such candidate for sessional work during his regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent Examination. Candidate who obtain 60% of the marks or more in the aggregate will be placed in the first division, those who obtain less than 60% but not less than 50% marks in the second division.

4.

5.

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340

CHAPTER LXIV Diploma in Statistics


1. The Examination for the Diploma in Statistics shall be open to:(a) candidates who after having passed the High School /Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University with Mathematics or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent and the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent, have undergone a regular course of study in the University for two semesters /one academic year. OR (b) 2. (a) ex-students as defined in Chapter XVII, Clause 5. In order to be eligible for the award of Diploma in Statistics, candidate shall have to pass in sessional work and semester examination in each of the following courses so as to accumulate 12 credits in the following manner: Semester I DST1: DST1: Probability & Statistics Lab. Course based on DST1 Semester II DST 2: Regression Correlation and Tests of Significance 100 marks 100 marks 50 marks 4 Credits 2 Credits

4 Credits

DST 2: (b)
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Lab. Course based on DST-2

50 marks

2 Credits

Of the total marks for each course listed above, 25% marks are allotted to sessionals and the rest for the written and/or practical examination.

3.

To pass in a course and obtain credits assigned to it, a candidate must obtain 33% marks in the sessionals and at least 33% marks in the written and/or practical examination and at least 36% marks in the aggregate. A candidate who has passed in individual papers/practicals but failed to obtain 36% of marks in aggregate for passing the Examination, may appear as an ex-student in subsequent Examination in one or more papers/practicals so as to be eligible for the award of degree. Provided that the marks awarded to such candidate for sessional work during his regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent Examination.

4.

Candidates securing 60% of the marks or more in the aggregate shall be placed in the first division, those securing less than 60% but not less than 50% in the second division and those securing less than 50% but not less than 36% in the third division.
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341

CHAPTER LXV
Examination in Languages (A) Certificate of Proficiency in Language
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1.

No candidate shall be eligible for the Certificate of Proficiency in a Language unless he has passed at least one year previously the High School/Secondary School Certificate or an equivalent examination. The Examinations for the Certificate shall be open to:(a) candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one academic year in the University. (c) ex-students as defined in Clause 5 of Chapter XVII of these Ordinances.

2.

3.

In order to be eligible for the award of the Certificate, a candidate shall have to pass in sessional work and examination. The course, the number of papers and the marks allotted to each paper including sessional work and/or viva-voce examination shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Board of Studies of the Department concerned and the Faculty of Arts. (a) To pass the Examination, a candidate must obtain at least 36% of the marks in the aggregate of sessional work and written and/or viva-voce examination; A candidate who fails to obtain 36% of the aggregate marks may appear subsequently at the subsequent examination;

4.

5.

(b)

Provided that the marks awarded to such a candidate for sessional work during his course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent examinations. 6. Candidates who obtain 60% of the aggregate marks or more shall be placed in the first division; those who obtain less than 60% but not less than 50% shall be placed in the second division and those who obtain less than 50% but not less than 36% shall be placed in the Third Division. (B) 1. Diploma of Proficiency in Language

No candidate shall be eligible for the Diploma of in Proficiency Language unless he has passed at least one year previously the Certificate of Proficiency in Language Examination or an examination recognized as its equivalent. Provided that a candidate may be admitted to the Diploma course without having obtained the Certificate of Proficiency in Language if the Chairman of the Department concerned certifies, after a test, that the candidate is fit for admission.

2.

The Examination for the Diploma shall be open to:(a) candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one academic year in the University. (b) ex-students as defined in Clause 5 of Chapter XVII of these Ordinances.

**

E.C. Res. No. 6(68) Dated 22.12.1980 and 21/22.2.1981. O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

342 3. In order to be eligible for the award of the Diploma, a candidate shall have to pass in sessional work and examination. The course, the number of papers and marks allotted to each paper including sessional work and/or viva voce examination shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Board of Studies of the Department concerned and the Faculty of Arts. (a) To pass the Examination, a candidate must obtain at least 36% of the marks in the aggregate of sessional work and written and/or viva-voce examination; A candidate who fails to obtain 36% of the aggregate of marks may appear subsequently at the Examination as an ex-student.

4.

5.

(b)

6.

Candidates who obtain 60% of the aggregate marks or more shall be placed in the First Division, those who obtain less than 60% but not less than 50%, shall be placed in the Second Division and those who obtain less than 50% but not less than 36%, shall be placed in the Third Division.

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343

CHAPTER LXVI
Post Graduate Diploma in Linguistics

1.

No candidate shall be eligible for the P.G. Diploma in Linguistics unless he has passed at least one year previously the B.A., B.Sc., or B.Com. Examination of this University or an examination recognized as its equivalent and a knowledge of any modern or classical language. The Examination for the Diploma in Linguistics shall be open to:(a) (b) candidates who have undergone a regular course of study in the University for two semesters; or ex-students as defined in chapter XVII, Clause 5.

2.

3.

The Examination shall comprise such written papers viva-voce examination and/or sessional work, as may be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Department of Linguistics and the Faculty of Arts. In order to be eligible for the award of the Diploma a candidate shall have to pass in sessional work and semester examinations so as to accumulate at least 32 credits. (a) To pass in a course and obtain the credits assigned to it, a candidate must obtain at least 40% of the marks in sessional work and at least 40% of the aggregate marks in sessional work and written and/or viva voce examination. A candidate who fails to obtain 40% of the aggregate of marks but has passed in sessional work may appear subsequently only at the Semester Examination prescribed for that course as an ex-student to obtain the credits for it.

4.

5.

(b)

Provided that the marks awarded to such a candidate for sessional work during his regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent examination. 6. Candidates who accumulate the requisite number of credits and who obtain 60% of the aggregate or more shall be placed in the First Division; those who obtain less than 60% but not less than 50% shall be placed in the Second Division and those who obtain less than 50% but not less than 40% shall be placed in the Third Division.

344

CHAPTER LXVII
Certificate in Qiraat (Quranic Phonetics)

1.

The Examination for Certificate in Qiraat (Quranic Phonetics) shall be open to candidates who either
**

(a)

have passed the High School /Secondary School Certificate examination of this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent and have undergone a regular course of study in the University for one academic year; OR (b) ex-students as defined in Chapter XVII, Clause 5.

2.

The Examination shall comprise one written paper of 60 marks and a vocal and via-voce examination of 40 marks. To pass the Examination, a candidate must obtain at least 30 per cent of the marks in written paper and vocal and viva-voce examination separately and 36 per cent of the marks in the aggregate. Candidates who obtain 60 per cent of the aggregate marks or more shall be placed in the first division; those who obtain less than 60 per cent but not less than 48 per cent in the second division; and those who obtain less than 48 per cent but not less than 36 per cent in the third division.

3.

4.

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345

LXVIIA Certificate in Shia Theology


1. The examination for part time course of Certificate in Shia Theology shall be open to fulltime bona fide students and employees of this University who either (a) have passed the Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University or an Oriental or any other examination recognised by the University as its equivalent and have undergone a regular course of study for one academic year in the University. Or (b) 2. have been an ex-student as defined in Clause(5) of Chapter XVII of Ordinances (Academic).

The examination shall comprise of one written paper (Theory) of 100 marks and a viva-voce examination of 50 marks. To pass the examination, a candidate must obtain at least 30 per cent marks in written paper (Theory) and viva-voce examination separately and 36 per cent marks in aggregate. A candidate who has passed in written paper and viva-voce examination separately but failed to obtain 36 per cent marks in aggregate may appear as an ex-student in subsequent examination so as to be eligible for the award of certificate.

3.

4.

A candidate who obtains 60 per cent marks in aggregate or more, shall be placed in First Division. A candidate who obtains less than 60 per cent but not less than 48 percent shall be placed in Second Division. A candidate who obtains less than 48 per cent but not less than 36 per cent shall be placed in Third Division. No hostel accommodation shall be provided to the part-time candidates admitted to this course.

5.

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346

CHAPTER LXVIII
Diploma in Qiraat (Quranic Phonetics)

1.

The Examination for Diploma in Qiraat (Quranic Phonetics) shall be open to candidates who (a) have passed at least one year previously the Certificate of Qiraat Examination of this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent; have attended one year course provided by the University in the subject; OR (c) private teacher candidates and ex-students as defined in Chapter XVII, Clauses 3, 4 and 5.

(b)

2.

The Examination shall comprise one written papers of 100 marks and viva-voce examination carrying 50 marks. To pass the Examination, a candidate must obtain at least 30 per cent of the marks in the written papers and vocal and viva voce examination separately and 36 per cent of the marks in the aggregate. Candidates who obtain 60 per cent of the marks or more in the aggregate shall be placed in the First Division; those who obtain less than 60 per cent but not less than 48 per cent in the Second Division; and those who obtain less than 48 per cent but not less than 36 per cent of the marks in the Third Division.

3.

4.

347

CHAPTER LXVIIIA
Diploma in Shia Theology

1.

The examination for part-time course of Diploma in Shia Theology shall be open to full-time bona fide students and employees of this University who either. (a) have passed the Certificate course in Shia Theology of this University or an Oriental or an other examination recognised by the University as its equivalent and have undergone a regular course of study for one academic year in the University. Or (b) have been an ex-student as defined in Clause(5) of Chapter XVII of Ordinances (Academic).

2.

The examination shall comprise of one written paper (Theory) of 100 marks and a viva-voce examination of 50 marks. To pass the examination, a candidate must obtain at least 30 per cent marks in written paper (Theory) and viva-voce examination separately and 36 per cent marks in aggregate. A candidate who has passed in written paper and viva-voce examination separately but failed to obtain 36 per cent marks in aggregate may appear as an ex-student in subsequent examination so as to be eligible for the award of Diploma. A candidate who obtains 60 per cent marks in aggregate or more, shall be placed in First Division. A candidate who obtains less than 60 per cent but not less than 48 per cent shall be placed in Second Division. A candidate who obtains less than 48 per cent but not less than 36 per cent shall be placed in Third Division. No hostel accommodation shall be provided to the part-time candidates admitted to this course.

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O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

348

CHAPTER LXIX
Diploma in Professional Courses (deleted)

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

349

CHAPTER LXIX (A)


ONE YEAR DIPLOMA IN PROFESSIONAL COURSES 1. No candidate shall be eligible for the award of any of the following Diplomas unless he has passed not less than one year previously the examination as noted against each of this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent and has undergone a regular course of study in this University for not less than one year: (i) P.G. Diploma in Electronics B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. Examination or an Data Processing and Machine examination recognized as its equivalent. Operation (ii) P.G. Diploma in Museology B.Sc. or B.A. Examination having any one or the following subjects (in order of preference) Zoology, Botany, Geology, Chemistry, History, Archaeology, Anthropology or Fine Art. (iii) P.G. Diploma in Company B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. Examination of this Law, Banking and Insurance University or an examination recognized as its equivalent. (iv) P.G. Diploma in Labour Law -do& Labour Relations (v) P.G. Diploma in Criminology -doand Criminal Administration (vi) P.G. Diploma in Pest B.Sc. Examination with Biology or Management Agriculture of this University or an examination recognized as its equivalent. P.G. Diploma in Laboratory B.Sc. Examination of this University or (vii) Technology (Physical and an examination recognized as its Chemical) equivalent. Must have studied Physics and Chemistry at SSSC (10+2)/ Intermediate stage. (viii) P.G. Diploma in Gem Testing B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. Examination of this and Jewelry Designing University or an examination recognized as its equivalent, or graduation in any discipline of this University (ix) P.G. Diploma in Applied Arts Bachelors Degree of this University or an examination recognized as its equivalent, provided that candidates would be given admission in order of preference. Those who have passed (I) M.A. Fine Arts, Drawing & Painting and then to those who have passed (ii) B.A. (Hons) in Fine Arts (iii) B.A. (Hons) with Fine Arts as one of the subsidiary subjects (iv) Bachelors Degree with special aptitude in Arts. (x) P.G. Diploma in Electrical B.Sc. Examination of this University or Maintenance an examination recognized as its equivalent with Mathematics or Physics as one of the subjects.

E.C. dated 30.11.95/16-17.12.95/6.4.96. E.C. dated 19.9.1997/AC dated 15.9.2005 (change of nomenclature).

350 equivalent with Mathematics or Physics as one of the subjects. B.A./B.Sc. Examination with Geography as main or subsidiary subject of this University or an examination recognized as its equivalent. B.Sc. with: Physics or Zoology as one of the subjects or an examination recognized by this University as its equivalent with 50% marks in the aggregate. B.Sc. with Zoology or Botany as one of the subjects from this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent. Bachelors Degree with Biology as one of the subjects at +2 level or its equivalent examination. B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. Examination of this University or an examination recognized as its equivalent. Bachelors Degree of this University or an examination recognized by this University as its equivalent with 50% marks in the aggregate. High School Examination/ Secondary School Certificate Examination. Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (10+2) of this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent. OR Secondary School Certificate Examination / High School Examination/ Matriculate Examination with at least five years experience of working in any Government or Semi Government/Autonomous or any other organization of repute and still in employment. B.A.B.Sc./B.Com. with not less than 50% of marks in aggregate of this University or an examination recognized by this University as its equivalent. -doB.Sc. with not less than 45% marks in aggregate and Biology as one of the subjects at SSSC examination

(xi)

P.G. Diploma in Cartography

(xii)

P.G. Diploma in Orthoptics

(xiii)

P.G. Diploma in Psciculture

(xiv)

P.G. Diploma in Horticulture

(xv)

P.G. Diploma in Journalism

(xvi)

P.G. Diploma in Computer Programming

(xvii)

Diploma in Application

Computer

(xviii)

Certificate in Functional Hindi (6 months)

(xix)

P.G. Diploma Relation


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in

Public

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P.G. Diploma in Taxation P.G. Diploma in Biological Laboratory Techniques

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E.C. dated 9.9.96 & 3.5.97. OM No. XM/SPA/II-368 dated 22/24.7.2006.

351 (xxii)
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in

Food

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P.G. Diploma Environmental Chemistry

in

B.Sc. (Hons.) with Chemistry as one of the subjects with not less than 55% marks in aggregate M.Sc. in Chemistry with not less than 50% marks in aggregate

2.

The Examination for one year Diploma in Professional Courses shall be open to: (a) candidates who have undergone a regular course of study in the University for a period of one year; (b) ex-students as defined in Clause 5 of Chapter XVII of the Ordinances (Academic). No candidate shall be eligible to appear at one year Diploma Examination without one academic session having elapsed after his passing the qualifying examination concerned of this University or an examination recognized as its equivalent. The subjects/papers and marks allotted to each subject/paper, inclusive of sessional work and/or practical examination and/or viva-voce examination and/or project, if any, shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Board of Studies of the Center of Professional Courses. (a) To pass the Diploma Examination, a candidate must obtain at least 40% of the marks in individual papers, sessionals, practicals and viva-voce and/or project work separately and at least 40% of the marks in the aggregate. A candidate who fails to obtain at least 40% of the marks in individual papers, practical and/or viva-voce and/or project work, separately, shall cease to be a regular student and may appear subsequently only at the Examination prescribed for the papers and/or viva-voce and/or practical and/or project work concerned as an ex-student.

3.

4.

5.

(b)

Provided that the marks awarded to such a candidate for sessional work during his regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent examination. (c) A candidate who fails to obtain at least 40% of the marks prescribed for sessional work in a theory or practical course(s), shall re-register himself as a regular student during the next academic session and appear in the Examination in accordance with the Ordinances/Regulations. Provided that in the case of such candidates, the marks obtained in the sessionals, practicals, viva-voce and the project work during previous academic year shall stand automatically cancelled.

6.

Candidates who obtain at least 60% marks in the aggregate, shall be placed in the First Division, those who obtain less than 60% but not less than 50% in the Second Division, candidates who obtain less than 50% but not less than 40% marks shall be placed in the Third Division. Candidates who obtain 75% or more of the maximum marks prescribed for any subject, shall be declared to have passed with distinction in that particular subject. If a candidate fails to pass the Diploma Examination within two years from the date of his admission, he shall not be permitted to appear in the examination again except with the permission of the Vice-Chancellor/Academic Council.
OM No. XM/SPA/II-368 dated 22/24.7.2006.

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8.

352 CHAPTER LXIX(B) TWO YEAR DIPLOMA IN PROFESSIONAL COURSES 1. No candidate shall be eligible for award of any of the following Diplomas and Certificates unless he has passed not less than two years previously the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent and has undergone a regular course of study in this University for not less than two years: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) 2. Diploma in Pharmacy Diploma in Medical Lab. Tech. (Pathology, Microbiology, Biochemistry) Diploma in Dialysis Techniques Diploma in Operation Theatre Management Diploma in Ophthalmic Assistance Diploma in Medical Lab. Tech. (Radiology) Certificate in Dental Hygiene.

The examination for the above Professional Courses shall be open to: (a) candidates who have undergone a regular courses of study in the University for a period of two years; ex-students as defined in Clause 5 of Chapter XVII of the Ordinances (Academic).

(b) 3.

The Examination shall be held in two parts: Part-I (First Year) and Part-II (Second Year). No candidate shall be eligible to appear at the First Year Diploma Examination without one academic session having elapsed after his passing the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University or its equivalent, after undergoing regular study for one academic session; at the Second Year (Final) Diploma Examination without having completed one academic year after fulfilling the prescribed requirements of the I Year Diploma Examination and undergoing one academic session of regular study.

4.

The subjects/papers and marks allotted to each subject/paper, inclusive of sessional work and/or project work etc. shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Board of Studies of the Center of Professional Courses. (a) To pass the examination for each year, a candidate must obtain at least 40% of the marks in individual papers, sessionals, practical and/or viva-voce and/or project work, separately, and at least 40% of the marks in the aggregate. A candidate who fails to obtain at least 40% of the marks in individual papers, practicals and/or viva-voce and/or project work, separately, may appear subsequently only at the Examination prescribed for the papers and/or practical and/or project work concerned.

5.

(b)

Provided that the marks awarded to such a candidate for sessional work during his regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent examination. (c) A candidate who fails to obtain minimum pass marks prescribed for sessional work in a theory or practical course(s), shall register himself as a regular student during the next

E.C. dated 30.11.95/16-17.12.95/6.4.96.

353 academic session and appear in the Examination in accordance with the Ordinances/Regulations. Provided that in the case of such candidates, the marks obtained in the sessionals, practical, viva-voce and the project work during the previous academic year shall stand automatically cancelled. 6. A candidate who obtains at least 40% of the marks in at least three of the five of the total number of papers, practical, viva-voce and project work, shall be promoted from I Year to II Year of the Course. Provided that such promoted candidates shall appear in those papers, practical, viva-voce and project work of the I Year in which they have failed, along with the II Year Examination. Provided further that if a candidate, who is a regular student, fails to pass in the minimum number of papers, practical, viva-voce and project work as provided in the first paragraph of this Clause, though he has fulfilled the necessary attendance requirements, he shall cease to be a regular student. He may appear at the subsequent examination as an ex-student only in the paper, and/or practical, and/or viva-voce, and/or project work in which he has failed. Provided further that if a candidate fails to pass the Course within three years from the date of his admission, he can appear in subsequent examination with the permission of the ViceChancellor/Academic Council. 7. A candidate who obtains 75% or more of the maximum marks prescribed for any subject, shall be declared to have passed with distinction in that particular subject. There shall be only one Supplementary Examination following the Annual II Year Diploma Examination, which shall be open to candidates who were eligible to appear, but failed to pass the II Year Examination. The Supplementary Examination shall consist of the II Year papers/practical/viva-voce only and shall ordinarily be held not more than three months following the Annual II Year Examination. Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, the distribution of marks of papers and minimum pass marks etc. for Diploma in Pharmacy Examination shall be governed by the guidelines prescribed by the Pharmacy Council of India. Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, the distribution of marks and papers, the minimum pass marks etc. for the Certificate in Dental Hygiene shall be governed by the guidelines prescribed by the Dental Council of India.

6.

7.

8.

TRANSITORY ORDINANCES
(deleted)

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CHAPTER LXIX (C)


DIPLOMA IN PHYSIOTHERAPY & REHABILITATION (3-Year Course)

1.

No candidate shall be eligible for award of the Diploma in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation unless he has passed not less than three years previously the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University as its equivalent and has undergone a regular course of study in this University for not less than three years and has undergone apprenticeship for the required period. The Examination for the Diploma in Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation shall be open to: (a) candidate who have undergone a regular course of study in the University for a period of three years; ex-students as defined in Clause 5 of Chapter XVII of the Ordinances (Academic).

2.

(b) 3

The Examination shall be held in three parts: Part I (First Year) Part II (Second Year) Part III (Third Year) No candidate shall be eligible to appear at the First Year Diploma Examination without one academic session having elapsed after his passing the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University or its equivalent, after undergoing regular study for one academic session; at the Second Year Diploma Examination without having completed one academic year after fulfilling the prescribed requirements of the I Year Examination and undergoing one academic session of regular study, and at the Third (Final) Year Diploma Examination after having completed one academic year after fulfilling the prescribed requirements of the Second Year Examination and undergoing one academic session of regular study.

4.

The subjects/papers and marks allotted to each subject/paper inclusive of sessional work and/or practical examination and/or viva-voce examination and/or project work shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Board of Studies of the Center of Professional Courses. (a) To pass the Examination for each year, a candidate must obtain at least 40% of the marks in individual papers, sessionals, practicals and/or viva-voce and/or project work, separately and at least 40% of the marks in the aggregate. A candidate who fails to obtain at least 40% of the marks in individual papers, practicals and/or viva-voce and/or project work, separately, may appear subsequently only at the examination prescribed or the papers and/or viva-voce and/or practical and/or project work concerned.

5.

(b)

Provided that the marks awarded to such a candidate for sessional work during his regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent examination.

E.C. dated 30.11.95/16-17.12.95/6.4.96.

355 (c) A candidate who fails to obtain minimum pass marks prescribed for sessional work in a theory or practical course(s), shall register himself as a regular student during the next academic session and appear in the Examination in accordance with the Ordinances/Regulations.

Provided that in case of such candidates, the marks obtained in the sessionals, practicals, viva-voce and the project work during the previous academic year shall stand automatically cancelled. 6. A candidate who obtains at least 40% of the marks in at least three of the five of the total number of papers, practicals, viva-voce and project work, shall be promoted from I Year to the II Year of the Course. The students studing in the II Year Course shall be promoted to III Year provided they have obtained at least 40% of the marks in at least three of the five of the total number of papers, practicals viva-voce and project work at the II Year Examination and have passed in the papers, practicals, viva-voce, project etc. of the I Year Examination. Provided that if a candidate who is a regular student, fails to pass in the minimum number of papers, practicals, viva-voce and project work as provided in the first paragraph of this Clause though he has fulfilled the necessary attendance requirements, he shall cease to be a regular student. He may appear at the subsequent examination as an ex-student only in the paper, and/or practical, and/or viva-voce, and/or project work in which he has failed. Provided further that if a candidate fails to pass the course within four years from the date of his admission, he can appear in subsequent examination with the permission of the ViceChancellor/Academic Council. 7. There shall be only one Supplementary Examination following the III Year Diploma Annual Examination, which shall be open to candidates who were eligible to appear, but failed to pass the III Year Examination. The Supplementary Examination shall consist of the III Year papers/practicals/viva-voce only and shall ordinarily be held not more than three months following the III Year Annual Examination.

TRANSITORY PROVISION
(deleted)

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

356

CHAPTER LXX
Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Science (deleted)

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

357

CHAPTER LXXI
Diploma in Teaching (Urdu Medium) 1. The Examination for Diploma in Teaching (Urdu Medium) shall consist of two parts, Part I and Part II, each comprising a regular course of study for one academic session at the Department of Education. (a) Part I of the Diploma will be open to the candidates who have passed at least in Second Division, the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent with Urdu as one of the subjects;

2.

OR Candidates who have passed at least in Second Division the Adib-i-Mahir Examination of Jamia Urdu, Aligarh or an Oriental Examination recognized by the University as its equivalent and the Senior Secondary School Examination (English only). (b) Part II of the said Examination will be open to candidates who have passed Part I Examination of Diploma in Teaching (Urdu Medium) at least one year previously.

3.

The Examination shall comprise written papers (theory), practical or teaching and sessional work as in the scheme given in Clause 5, below. No candidate shall be allowed to appear in Part I & Part II Examination unless he has delivered 40 lessons for each examination in one or more practicing schools of the University. (a) The following shall form the scheme of theory papers, practice of teaching & sessional work:EDUCATIONAL PEDAGOGY Part-I Examination: Paper I : Principles of Education Paper II : Educational Psychology Paper III : Methods of Teaching. Part-II Examination: Paper IV : Problems & Trends of Primary Education and Educational Evaluation. Paper V : School Organization, Community Education and Health Education. Paper VI : Methods of teaching SUBJECT MATTER, METHODOLOGY OF AND TEACHING AND ALLIED PRACTICAL WORK Section A: Part-I :

4.

5.

1. Urdu 2. Mathematics 3. Social Studies

E.C. Res. No. 25(7) darted 30.8.1986 & 27/28.9.1986.

358 Part-II : 1. Urdu 2. Any one from the following subjects: (a) Science (b) English (c) Hindi

Section B: Part I : 1. Socially Useful Productive Work (Gardening/ Tailoring). 2. Educational Handwork 1. Socially useful Productive Work (Gardening/ Tailoring). 2. Physical Education, First Aid and Recreation.

Part II

DISTRIBUTION OF MARK PART-I: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Theory Practical Principals of Education 75 Educational Psychology 75 Methods of Teaching 38 Urdu 75 Mathematics 75 Social Studies 75 Educational Handwork 25 Sessional 25 Work 25 25 12 25 25 25 Total 100 100 50 100 100 100 50

PART-II: 1. Problems and Trends of Primary Education & Educational Evaluation School Organization Community Education & Health Education Methods of Teaching Urdu Any other subject Socially Useful Productive Work Physical Education First Aid & Recreation 75 25 100

2.

75

25

100

3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

38 75 75 75 25

12 25 25 25 25

50 100 100 100 50

(b)

The breakup of Practice Teaching for Part I & II combined shall be as under: Urdu - 30 Lessons Mathematics - 15 Lessons Social Studies - 15 Lessons Any other subject - 20 Lessons

359 Practice Marks: (i) 4 lessons, one each in teaching subject, delivered at the Final Examination (two in Part I and two in Part II) (Part I: Maths and Social Studies; (Part II: Urdu and any one Optional subject): 160 marks Four criticism lessons (two each for Part I and Part II) One in each Teaching subjects: 80 marks 80 lessons: Class Room Teaching (40 each for Part I and II) Total: 6. 160 marks 400 marks

(ii)

(iii)

The medium of instruction and examination in all subjects (other than English & Hindi) shall be Urdu. In order to pass each Part of the Examination (Part I & II) , a candidate will have to obtain, at least 40% marks in each Theory Paper, Sessional Work in Theory, Practical, Sessional Work in Practice Teaching and Examination in Practice Teaching, separately. Provided that no candidate shall be promoted from Part I to Part II unless he has obtained the requisite pass marks in at least 50% of the Theory Papers and the Practical Examinations.

7.

8.

Successful candidates shall be assigned divisions in Theory and Practice separately on the basis of the aggregate of marks obtained at Part I and Part II Examinations, as under:Candidates who obtained 60% marks or more in the aggregate shall be placed in the First Division, those who obtain less than 60% marks but not less than 50% in the Second Division and those who obtain less than 50% but not less than 40% marks in the Third Division. A candidate who obtains 75% or more marks prescribed for any subject, shall be decleared to have passed with distinction in that subject. Candidates who fail in the written examination in Part I or Part II may appear examination as ex-students as defined in Chapter XVII. at the subsequent

9.

10.

Candidates who fail in Practice of Teaching may present themselves for re-examination therein provided they get themselves registered as ex-students and have taught at least 40 lessons under the supervision of the Department of Education during the session immediately preceding the Examination. Candidates who fail both in Theory and Practical at either Part I or Part II Examination shall not be permitted to appear at the Examination without having undergoing a regular course of study at the University for a further period of one year.

11.

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

360

CHAPTER LXXII
DIPLOMA IN FORENSIC MEDICINE (deleted)

CHAPTER LXXIII
Diploma in Tuberculosis and Chest Diseases (D.T. C.D.) **(deleted)

O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

361

CHAPTER LXXIV
M.CH. (PLASTIC SURGERY) 1. (a) The Examination for the Degree of M.Ch. shall consist of two parts:Part I : of the Examination shall comprise of a thesis/dissertation on a subject approved in the manner specified below. Part II : of the examination shall comprise of written papers, clinical, practical and viva-voce examination as may be prescribed in the manner specified below. (b) A candidate shall be eligible to appear at Part II of the Examination only after his thesis/dissertation has been approved.

2.

No candidate shall be eligible to appear at the Examination for the Degree of M.Ch. unless:He/she has obtained the Degree of M.S. in Surgery, Orthopedics or E.N.T. of this University or from an Institution recognized by the University as its equivalent or has obtained F.R.C.S. or Speciality Board or any other qualification recognized as equivalent to these by the M.C.I.

3.

The duration of training shall be two years and it shall be imparted by a Plastic Surgery Unit of the Department of Surgery of this University. The M.Ch. Degree shall be conferred on a candidate after the acceptance of his thesis/dissertation and after he/she has passed the prescribed examination in the subject on completion his training in the Department. (a) An application for permission to undertake a course of study and research for the M.Ch. Degree shall be made by the candidate to the Head of the Unit of Plastic Surgery who will forward it to the Dean, Faculty of Medicine through the Chairman of the Department of Surgery along with his recommendation. The subject of the thesis/dissertation shall be approved by the Board of Studies of the Department of Surgery, if it is satisfied that the proposed subject is suitable for research, that such research can be profitable pursued at Aligarh to conduct research in that subject. The Department shall, subject to confirmation by the Faculty of Medicine then grant the application and appoint a member of teaching staff of the Plastic Surgery Unit, Department of Surgery to guide and supervise the work of the candidate.

4.

5.

(b)

Provided that the Department concerned may in special cases associate another eminent scholar as a Joint Supervisor of the candidate. 6. No candidate shall be permitted to change the subject of his thesis/dissertation without the previous approval of the Department on the recommendation of the Supervisor. Such change shall be subject to confirmation by the appropriate University bodies. (a) The thesis/dissertation of each candidate shall contain the result of his/her own research and investigation. Reference to the work of others shall be clearly indicated and differentiated from his/her own personal observations.

7.

E.C. Res. No. 74(2)(a) dated 12/13/15 July, 1980. O.M. No. XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

362 (b) The candidate shall be required to submit along with his thesis a Certificate from the Supervisor to the effect that the work is based on the candidates own investigations and observations. Every thesis shall be examined by at least three examiners appointed by the University according to its rules, two of whom shall be persons not engaged in teaching in this University. If the examiners unanimously recommend that the thesis be approved on the ground that it constituted a worthwhile contribution to knowledge of Plastic Surgery, the candidate shall be permitted to appear at Part II of the Examination. If any of the examiners is unable to recommend that the thesis be approved, the Committee for Advanced Studies and Research of the Faculty may decide either to return the thesis to the candidate for suitable revision before resubmission after six months or to reject it outright.

8.

(a)

(b)

(c)

9.

Part II. of the Examination shall consist of four written papers and a clinical, practical and via-voce examination. Paper I : Paper II : Paper III: Paper IV: Applied Basic Sciences. Principles and Practices of Plastic Surgery. Principles & Practices of Plastic Surgery (Aesthetic Surgery) Recent Advances in the Plastic Surgery.

*10.

(a)

Part II of the Examination shall be conducted by a board of four* examiners appointed in the manner prescribed in Clause 1 of Chapter XV of the Ordinances, two of whom shall be persons not engaged in teaching in the University. The Board of Examiners shall assess the performance of the candidate and shall decide whether the candidate deserves to pass the examination or not.

(b)

11.

Candidate who fails at the examination may be permitted to appear at a subsequent examination as an ex-student as defined in Clause 5 of the Chapter XVII of Academic Ordinances. The Examination for the Degree shall be held twice a year as fixed by the University from time to time.

12.

E.C. dated 28.8.94/24.9.94.

363

CHAPTER LXXV
DIPLOMA IN DRAFTING AND DESIGNING (CIVIL/MECH.) (deleted)

CHAPTER LXXVI
Postgraduate Diploma in Petroleum Processing (Deleted by E.C. dated 28.8.94 & 24.9.94)

O.M.No.XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

364

CHAPTER LXXVII
Post B.Sc. Diploma in Computer Science and Applications (P.D.C.A.) 1. No candidate shall be eligible for the Degree of Post B.Sc. Diploma in Computer Science and Applications (PDCA) unless he/she has :(a) passed not less than one year previously the B.Sc. (Hons) Examination of this University with at least 60% marks in the aggregate with Physics and Mathematics/Statistics as main or subsidiary subjects or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent; undergone a regular course of study in the University for a period of not less than one year and has passed the prescribed examination of Post-B.Sc. Diploma in Computer Science and Applications (PDCA).

(b)

2.

The Examination for the Post-B.Sc. Diploma in Computer Science and Applications (PDCA) shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one year as per Clause 2 (a), Chapter XVII of these Ordinances. The Examination shall comprise written papers, practical and/or project, sessional work and/or vivavoce. The number of papers, practicals, project, sessional work and viva-voce, and marks allotted to them shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Board of Studies of the Department and the Faculty concerned. To pass the examination, a candidate must obtain at least: (a) 40% of marks in each written paper; (b) (c) 50% of marks in each sessional work, practical/project and/or viva-voce examination; 45% of marks in aggregate. A candidate who has passed in sessional work, but has failed to secure the minimum pass marks in written paper/practical and/or viva-voce examination and/or the aggregate or is unable to take Examination, may be allowed by the Dean of the Faculty concerned, on the recommendation of the Department to appear at a subsequent written/practical/viva-voce examinations of such course as an ex-student.

3.

4.

5.

(a)

Provided that the marks obtained by such a candidate for sessional work during his/her regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent examination. (b) A candidate who fails to secure the minimum pass marks in the sessional work of any paper(s)/practical(s), shall not be permitted to appear at the examination of that paper/practical. He/she shall be required to register himself/herself in the academic session following, to complete the sessional work prescribed for the paper(s)/practical(s) concerned to become eligible to appear at the course examination.

6.

The division in which successful candidates are to be placed shall be determined on the basis of the aggregate of marks obtained by them in the written papers, practical/project, viva-voce and sessional work.

E.C. Res. No. 22(12) dated 19.4.1986.

365 Candidate who obtain 60% of marks in aggregate or more shall be placed in the First Division and those who obtain less than 60% but not less than 45% of marks shall be placed in the Second Division. 7. A candidate who fails to complete the requirement of the Degree within two years after his/her admission, shall not be allowed to take further courses for the Degree without the permission of the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Dean of the Faculty concerned Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, a candidate of the I Year of Master in Computer Science and Applications (MCA) course of this University may, if he/she so desires, be awarded the Post B.Sc. Diploma in Computer Science and Application provider he/she has completed the Course and project requirements of PDCA course. Such candidates shall not be allowed to continue in MCA Course. There shall be a Supplementary Examination after the Final Examination.

8.

9.

366

CHAPTER LXXVII(A) FOR Post B.Sc. Diploma in Computer Science and Applications (PDCA) (Under Semester System-Effective from the session 2003 2004)
1. No candidate shall be eligible for the award of Post B.Sc. Diploma in Computer Science and Applications (PDCA) unless he/she has :(a) passed not less than ONE year previously the B.Sc. (Hons) examination of this University (10+2+3 pattern) with Physics and Mathematics/Statistics as main or subsidiary subjects or B.Sc. (Computer Applications/Science/Information Technology/Computer Maintenance) examination of this University with at least 55% marks in aggregate or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent, having secured at least 55% marks in aggregate at graduation level or at least two First classes out of three Public Examination passed. OR passed B. Tech. examination of this University with at least 55% marks in aggregate or its equivalent CPI or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent with atleast 55% marks in aggregate. (b) undergone a regular course of study in the University for a period of not less than two Semesters and has passed the prescribed examination of Post-B.Sc. Diploma in Computer Science and Applications (PDCA).

2.

The examination for the Post-B.Sc. Diploma in Computer Science and Applications (PDCA) shall be held in two parts namely, Semester-I and Semester-II. Each examination shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study as per Clause2, Chapter XVII (A) of the ordinances. No candidate shall be eligible to appear: (i) at Semester-I examination without one semester having elapsed after having passed the B.Sc. (Hons)/B. Tech. examination of this University or its equivalent. (ii) at Semester-II examination without having completed two semesters after having passed the B.Sc. (Hons)/B.Tech. examination of this University or this equivalent.

3.

The examination shall comprise written papers, practical and/or project, sessional work and/or viva-voce. The number of papers, practicals, project/dissertation, sessional work and viva-voce and marks/credits allotted to them shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Board of Studies of the Department and Faculty of Science. (i) To pass each of the semester examination, a candidate must obtain at least: (a) 40% of marks in each written paper; (b) 50% of marks in each sessional work, practical/project/dissertation and/or viva-voce examination. (c) 45% of marks in aggregate. The project/dissertation shall be submitted within six months after the practical examination for the course concerned and he/shall be awarded the Diploma of the session in which he/she has taken the regular theory and practical examinations.

4.

(ii)

O.M.No.XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

367 5. (a) A candidate, who has fulfilled the attendance and other requirements and has passed in sessional work, but has failed to secure the minimum pass marks in written paper/practical and/or viva-voce examination and/or aggregate or is unable to take examination, may appear at a subsequent written/practical/viva-voce examination of such courses as an ex-students;

Provided that the marks obtained by such a candidate for sessional work during his/her regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent examination. (b) A candidate, who fails to secure the minimum pass marks in the sessional work in any course, shall not be permitted to appear at the end semester examination of that course. He/she shall be required to register himself/herself in the following corresponding semester to complete the sessional work prescribed for the course concerned to become eligible to appear at the course examination.

6.

The division in which successful candidates are to be placed shall be determined on the basis of the aggregate of marks obtained by them in all the written papers, practical/project/dissertation, vivavoce and sessional work. Candidate who obtain 60% marks in aggregate or more shall be placed in the First Division and those who obtain less than 60% but not less than 50% marks shall be placed in the Second Division and those who obtain less than 50% but not less than 45% marks shall be declared PASS only.

7.

A candidate, who fails to complete the requirements of the Post B.Sc. Diploma within two years (four semesters) after his/her admission, shall not be allowed to take further courses for the diploma without the permission of the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Chairman and the Dean of the Faculty concerned. Provided further that in no case, a candidate shall be allowed to appear in the examination beyond six semesters after his/her first admission.

8.

Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, a candidate who has been admitted to I Year of Master in Computer Science and Applications (MCA) course of this University, may, if he/she so desires, be transferred to PDCA course and be awarded the Post B.Sc. Diploma in Computer Science and Applications (PDCA) provided he/she has completed the course and project/dissertation requirements of PDCA course. Such candidates shall not be allowed to continue in MCA course. A PDCA student, if he/she so wishes, may offer two additional courses of MCA-I Year course and if he/she clears the same, it may be mentioned in the mark sheet. Further, if such a student is promoted to MCA-II Year and if these additional courses happen to be a requirement of MCA I Year, the credit of these courses shall be transferred towards his/her MCA degree. There shall be supplementary examination after the II semester examination. No candidate, who has been sponsored to Post B.Sc. Diploma in Computer Science and Applications (PDCA) course, shall be permitted to join the Second Year of Master in Computer Science and Applications (MCA) course during the next year on the basis of course work of PDCA.

9.

10. 11.

368

PDCA
FIRST SEMESTER S.No. Course Title Credit Contact Hours per week 4 4 4 4 4 6 Total Credits : 24 Marks Allotted End Total Sem. Exam 30 70 100
30 30 30 30 30

Sessionals

01 02 03 04 05 06

Fundamentals of Information Technology Algorithms and Data Structure Digital Computer Organisation I Numerical and Statistical Methods Design and Analysis of Information System I Lab. I

4 4 4 4 4 4

70 70 70 70 70

100 100 100 100 100

SECOND SEMESTER S.No. Course Title Credit Contact Hours per week 4 4 4 6 --

Total Credits : 24 Marks Allotted End Total Sem. Exam 30 70 100


30 30 30 --

Sessionals

01 02 03 04 05

Design and Analysis of Information System II (OOAD) Object Oriented Programming Using C++ Database Management System Lab. II Project/Dissertation

4 4 4 4 8

70 70 70 200

100 100 100 200

The following are additional optional course offered to PDCA students to be carried over to MCA

SECOND SEMESTER S.No. Course Title Credit Contact hours per week 4 4

Total Credits : 24 Marks Allotted End Total Sem. Exam 30 70 100


30

Sessionals

01 02

Discrete Mathematics Digital Computer Organisation II

4 4

70

100

369

CHAPTER LXXVIII
MASTER IN COMPUTER SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS (M.C.A.) 1. No candidate shall be eligible for the Degree of Master in Computer Science and Applications (MCA) unless he/she had (a) passed not less than three years previously the B.Sc. (Hons) Examination of this University with at least 60% marks in aggregate with Physics and Mathematics/Statistics as main or subsidiary subjects or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent. OR Passed B.Tech. Examination of this University with at least 60% marks in aggregate or its equivalent 60% marks in aggregate or its equivalent CPI or an examination recognised by the University as its equivalent. (b) undergone a regular course of study in the University for a period of not less than three years and has passed the prescribed Examinations of Master in Computer Science and Applications (MCA).

**

2.

The Examination for the Master in Computer Science and Application (MCA) shall be held in three parts, namely, Part I, Part II and Part III. Each Examination shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study as per Clause 2(a) Chapter XVII of these Ordinances. No candidate shall be eligible to appear:(i) at Part-I Examination without one academic year having elapsed after his passing the B.Sc. (Hons) /B.Tech. Examination of this University or its equivalent; (ii) at Part II Examination without having completed one academic year after fulfilling the prescribed requirements for promotion at the Part I Examination; and at Part III Examination without having completed one academic year after fulfilling the prescribed requirements for promotion at Part II Examination.

(iii)

3.

The Examination shall comprise written papers, practical and/or project, sessional work and viva-voce. The number of practical, project, sessional work and viva-voce and the marks allotted to them shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Board of Studies of the Department and the Faculty concerned. To pass each of the Examinations of Part I, Part II and Part III, a candidate must obtain at least:(a) 40% of the marks in each written paper; (b) (c) 50% of the marks in each sessional works, practical/project and/or viva-voce examination; 50% of the marks in the aggregate.

4.

A candidate who has passed in individual papers but failed to obtain 50% of marks in aggregate for passing the Examination may appear as an ex-student in subsequent examination in one or more papers so as to be eligible for the award of Degree.
E.C. Res. No. 22(12) dated 19.4.1986. O.M.No.XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

370 5. (a) A candidate who has passed in the sessional work but has failed to secure the minimum pass marks in written paper/practical and viva-voce examination and/or aggregate or is unable to take the Examination, may be allowed by the Dean of the Faculty concerned on the recommendation of the Chairman of the Department to appear in paper/practical/viva-voce concerned at a subsequent written/practical/viva-voce examination of such a course as an exstudent.

Provided that the marks obtained by such a candidate for sessional work during his/her regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent examination. (b) A candidate who fails to secure the minimum pass marks in the sessional work in any paper(s)/practical(s) shall not be permitted to appear at the examination of that paper/practical. He shall be required to re-register himself/herself in the academic session following, to complete the sessional work prescribed for the paper (s)/practical(s) concerned to become eligible to appear at the course examination.

6.

The division in which the successful candidates are to be placed shall be determined on the basis of the aggregate of marks obtained by them in the Part I, Part II and Part III Examinations. Candidates who obtain 60% of marks in aggregate or more shall be placed in the First Division and those who obtain less than 60% but not less than 50% of marks shall be placed in the Second Division.

7.

(a)

No candidate shall be promoted to Second Year of M.C.A. if:(i) (ii) he/she has failed in sessional work of any paper/practical. He/she has failed in more than one paper/practical prescribed for First Year.

(b)

No candidate shall be promoted to Third Year unless he/she passed in all papers/practicals prescribed for First Year and not failed in more than one course prescribed for Second Year.

8.

A candidate, who fails to accumulate the requisite marks within five years after his/her admission, shall not be allowed to further pursue the Course for Degree without the permission of the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Chairman and the Dean concerned Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, a student of PDCA, who has completed the requirements of the Post B.Sc. Diploma in Computer Science and Applications Course (excluding project work) of the University and has obtained at least 50% in the aggregate and has been permitted to join Part II of the MCA Course during the next year on the basis of course work of PCDCA, shall have all the credits acquired by his/her in PDCA transferred towards the MCA Degree and shall be required to complete all the requirements of I Year MCA. Such a candidate will not be awarded Post B.Sc. Diploma in Computer Science and Applications if he continue in MCA. There shall be a Supplementary Examination after the Part III Examination.

9.

10.

371

CHAPTER LXXVIII(A) FOR MASTER IN COMPUTER SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS (MCA) (Under Semester System-Effective from the session 2003 2004)

1.

No candidate shall be eligible for the award of degree of Master in Computer Science and Applications (MCA) unless he/she has :(a) passed not less than THREE year previously the B.Sc. (Hons) examination of this University (10+2+3 pattern) with Physics and Mathematics/Statistics as main or subsidiary subjects or B.Sc. (Hons.) (Computer Applications/Science/Information Technology/Computer Maintenance) examination of this University with at least 55% marks in aggregate or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent, having secured at least 55% marks in aggregate at graduation level or at least two First classes out of three Public Examinations passed. OR Passed B. Tech. examination of this University with at least 55% marks in aggregate or its equivalent CPI or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent with atleast 55% marks in aggregate. (b) undergone a regular course of study in the University for a period of not less than six Semester and has passed the prescribed examination of Master in Computer Science and Applications (MCA).

2.

The Examination for the Master in Computer Science and Applications (MCA) shall be held in six parts namely, Semester-I and Semester-II, Semester-III, Semester-IV, Semester-V and Semester-VI. Each examination shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study as per Clause2, Chapter XVII (A) of the ordinances. No candidate shall be eligible to appear: (i) at Semester-I examination without one academic semester having elapsed after having passed the B.Sc. (Hons)/B. Tech. examination of this University or its equivalent. at Semester-II examination without having completed two semesters after having passed the B.Sc. (Hons)/B.Tech. examination of this University or this equivalent. at Semester-III examination without having completed one semester after fulfilling the prescribed requirements for promotion to MCA-II Year. at Semester-IV examination without having completed two semesters after fulfilling the prescribed requirements for promotion to MCA-II Year. at Semester-V examination without having completed one semester after fulfilling the prescribed requirements for promotion to MCA-III Year. at Semesters-VI examination without having completed two semesters after fulfilling the prescribed requirements for promotion to MCA-III Year.

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

O.M.No.XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

372 3. The examination shall comprise written papers, practical and/or project/dissertation, sessional work and viva-voce. The number of practicals, project/dissertation, sessional work and viva-voce, and the marks/credits allotted to them shall be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Board of Studies of the Department and Faculty of Science. To pass each of the examination of Semester-I, Semester-II, Semester-III, Semester-IV, Semester-V and Semesters-VI, a candidate must obtain at least: (a) 40% of marks in each written paper; (b) 50% of marks in each sessional work, practical/project/dissertation and/or viva-voce examination, separately. (c) 45% of marks in aggregate. (a) A candidate who has fulfilled the attendance and other requirements and has passed in sessional work, but has failed to secure the minimum pass marks in written paper/practical and/or viva-voce examination and/or aggregate or is unable to take examination, may appear in paper, practical/viva-voce concerned at a sequent written/practical/viva-voce examination of such courses as an ex-students;

4.

5.

Provided that the marks obtained by such a candidate for sessional work during his/her regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent examination. (b) A candidate who fails to secure the minimum pass marks in the sessional work in any course, shall not be permitted to appear at the end semester examination of that course. He/she shall be required to register himself/herself in the following corresponding semester to complete the sessional work prescribed for the course concerned to become eligible to appear at the course examination.

6.

The division in which successful candidates are to be placed shall be determined on the basis of the aggregate of marks obtained by them in all the six semesters taken together. Candidate who obtain 60% marks in aggregate or more shall be placed in the First Division and those who obtain less than 60% but not less than 50% marks shall be placed in the Second Division and those who obtain less than 50% but not less than 45% marks shall be declared PASS only.

7.

(a)

No candidate shall be promoted to Second Year of MCA if: (i) he/she failed in sessional work of more than two courses prescribed for I and/or II Semester. (ii) he/she has failed end semester examination in more than two courses prescribed for I Year and (I and II Semesters). No candidate shall be promoted to Third Year of MCA unless: (i) he/she has passed in sessional works of all courses prescribed for I Year & II Year. (ii) he/she passed in all courses prescribed for I Year and not failed in more than two courses prescribed for II Year (III and IV Semesters.)

(b)

8.

There shall be supplementary after VI semesters for candidates, who have failed in not more than two courses of V & VI semesters. A candidate, who fails to accumulate the requisite credits within Ten Semesters after his/her admission, shall not be allowed to further pursue courses for the degree without the permission of the Academic Council on the recommendations of the Chairman and the Dean concerned.

9.

373 Provided that he/she has been a regular candidate for V and VI semester and has fulfilled attendance requirements; Provided further that in no case a candidate shall be allowed to appear in the examination beyond 12 semesters from the date of his/her first admission; 10. Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, a student of PDCA, who has completed the requirements of the Post B.Sc. Diploma in Computer Science and Applications (PDCA) course (excluding project/dissertation work) of this University and has obtained at least 60% marks in aggregate and has been permitted to join the Second Year of MCA course during the next year on the basis of course work of PDCA, shall have all the credits, acquired by him/her in PDCA, transferred to the MCA degree and shall be required to complete all the requirements of MCA First Year. Such a candidate will not be awarded the Post B.Sc. Diploma in Computer Science and Applications (PDCA) if he continues in MCA. No candidate, who has been sponsored to Post B.Sc. Diploma in Computer Science and Applications (PDCA) course, shall be permitted to join Second Year of Master in Computer Science and Applications (MCA) course during the next year on the basis of course work of PDCA.

11.

MCA
FIRST SEMESTER S.No. Course Title Credit Contact Hours per week 4 4 4 4 4 6 Total Credits : 24 Marks Allotted End Total Sem. Exam 30 70 100
30 30 30 30 30

Sessionals

01 02 03 04 05 06

Fundamentals of Information Technology Algorithms and Data Structure Digital Computer Organisation I Numerical and Statistical Methods Design and Analysis of Information System I (SSAD) Lab. I

4 4 4 4 4 4

70 70 70 70 70

100 100 100 100 100

374 SECOND SEMESTER S.No. Course Title Credit Contact Hours per week 4 4 4 6 6 6 Total Credits : 24 Marks Allotted End Total Sem. Exam 30 70 100
30 30 30 30 30

Sessionals

01 02 03 04 05 06

Design and Analysis of Information System II (OOAD) Object Oriented Programming Using C++ Discrete Mathematics Database Management System Digital Computer Organisation II Lab. II

4 4 4 4 4 4

70 70 70 70 70

100 100 100 100 100

THIRD SEMESTER S.No. Course Title Credit Contact hours per week 4 4 4 4 4 6

Total Credits : 24 Marks Allotted End Total Sem. Exam 30 70 100


30 30 30 30 30

Sessionals

01 02 03 04 05 06

Artificial Intelligence I Operating System Microprocessor Architecture & Applications Advanced Database Management System Accounting & Financial Management Lab. III

4 4 4 4 4 4

70 70 70 70 70

100 100 100 100 100

FOURTH SEMESTER S.No. Course Title Credit Contact hours per week 4 4 4 4 4 6

Total Credits : 24 Marks Allotted End Total Sem. Exam 30 70 100


30 30 30 30 30

Sessionals

01 02 03 04 05 06

Artificial Intelligence II Compiler Design Computer Graphics Computer Network I Optimization Techniques I Lab. IV

4 4 4 4 4 4

70 70 70 70 70

100 100 100 100 100

375 FIFTH SEMESTER S.No. Course Title Credit Contact hours per week 4 4 4 4 4 6 Total Credits : 24 Marks Allotted End Total Sem. Exam 30 70 100
30 30 30 30 30

Sessionals

01 02 03 04 05 06

Optimization Techniques II E-Commerce Software Engineering Web Engineering Tools Technologies Computer Networks II Lab. V &

4 4 4 4 4 4

70 70 70 70 70

100 100 100 100 100

SIXTH SEMESTER S.No. Course Title Credit Contact hours per week --

Total Credits : 24 Marks Allotted End Total Sem. Exam -600 600

Sessionals

01

Dissertation (4 to 6 Months)

24

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CHAPTER LXXIX
Certificate In Urdu Calligraphy **(deleted)

CHAPTER LXXX
Diploma In Urdu Calligraphy **(deleted)

CHAPTER LXXXI
M.Tech. (Applied Geophysics) **(deleted)

CHAPTER LXXXII
M.Tech. (Remote Sensing Applications) (deleted)

O.M.No.XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

377

CHAPTER LXXXII (A)


POST M.Sc. DIPLOMA IN MUSEOLOGY

1.

No candidate shall be eligible for the award of Post M.Sc. Diploma in Museology unless he has passed at least one year previously the M.Sc. or M.A. Examination in Zoology, Wildlife & Ornithology, Botany, Geology, Chemistry, Anthropology, Archaeology, History, Fine Arts or Education from this University or an examination recognized by this University as its equivalent. The Examination for Post M.Sc. Diploma in Museology shall be open to: (a) candidates who have undergone a regular course of study in this University for one academic year. OR ex-students as defined in Clause 5 of Chapter XVII of these Ordinances.

2.

(b) 3.

The Examination shall comprise such written papers, practical, sessional, viva-voce examination and/or project work as may be prescribed by the Academic Council. To pass the Examination, a candidate must obtain at least 33% marks in (i) written papers, (ii) laboratory course, (iii) sessional work, (iv) project work, and (v) viva-voce examination, separately and 40% of the marks in aggregate. A candidate who has passed in individual papers/laboratory course/project work/viva-voce examination but failed to obtain 40% of aggregate marks for passing the examination may appear as an ex-student in subsequent examination in one or more papers/practicals/project/viva-voce examination so as to be eligible for the award of Degree. Provided that the marks awarded to such candidate for sessional work during his/her regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent examination.

4.

5.

Candidates, who obtain 60% of the marks or more in the aggregate will be placed in the First Division, those who obtain less than 60% but not less than 50% marks shall be placed in the Second Division and those who obtain less than 50% marks but not less than 40% shall be placed in the Third Division.

Executive Council 3.8.91/14-15.9. 91. O.M.No.XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

378

CHAPTER LXXXIII
Post-Graduate Diploma in the Teaching of English Language and Literature (deleted)

O.M.No.XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

379

CHAPTER LXXXIV
Certificate in Professional Skills (For Women Only) (Effective from academic Session 1986-87) 1. No candidate shall be eligible for award of a Certificate in Proficiency in a Skill unless she has: (a) (i) passed at least six months previously the Secondary School Certificate Examination or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent; been a regular student of the University at the same time she is registered for the award of the Certificate in Professional Skills; and undergone a part-time course of study comprising theory and skill development components for a period of six months at the Career Planning Center of the University. passed at least six months, previously the Secondary School Certificate Examination or an examination recognised by the University as its equivalent. been a housewife, student of other institutions or ex-student of AMU undergrone a part-time course of study comprising theory & skill development component for a period of atleast three months at the Career Planning Centre of the University.

(ii)

(iii)

(b)

(i)

(ii) (iii)

2.

The Examination for the Certificate in Professional Skills shall be open to the: (i) candidates who have undergone a part-time course of study in the manner prescribed in Clause (iii) aforesaid; OR ex-students as defined in Chapter XVII of these Ordinances.

(ii) 3.

The Examination shall comprise such theory paper(s)/sessionals and practical/viva-voce examinations as may be prescribed by the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Board of Studies of the Career Planning Centre. To pass the Examination, a candidate must secure at least 50% of the marks prescribed for (a) theory paper(s) and sessionals (b) practical and viva-voce examinations, separately. Candidates who obtain at least 75% marks or above shall be awarded A Grade; those obtaining less than 75% but no less than 65%, B Grade; less than 65% but not less than 60%, C Grade; less than 60% but not less than 55%, D Grade, and those obtaining less than 55% but not less than 50%, E Grade and those obtaining less than 50% shall be awarded fail grade F. Candidates who fail to pass an Examination may be permitted to appear at the subsequent examination only as ex-students in the paper(s) or practical/viva-voce in which they have secured less than 50% marks.

4.

5.

6.

E.C. Res. No. 63 (Appendix Z 18) dated 21/22.2.1987 and 27.3.1987. OM: C 1, AC/713 5/905 dated 5.3.1991. O.M.No.XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

380

CHAPTER - LXXXV
Post Graduate Diploma in Marketing Management 1. No candidate shall be eligible for the award of the Post-Graduate Diploma in Marketing Management unless he has passed at least one year previously, a Bachelors Degree Examination from this University or any other University recognized by this University as equivalent thereto. The Examination for the Post-Graduate Diploma in Marketing Management shall be open to the candidates: (a) who have undergone a part-time course of study prescribed for this purpose in the University for one academic session; OR (b) ex-students as defined in Clause 5, Chapter XVII of the Ordinances (Academic). The Examination shall comprise five theory papers, a project/dissertation, a viva-voce examination and sessional work in each paper. In order to become eligible for appearing in the Examination, a candidate shall have to fulfill the attendance requirements as prescribed by the University from time to time and secure a minimum percentage of sessional marks as may be prescribed by the Academic Council. To pass the Examination, a candidate must obtain not less than 40% marks in the written examination of each paper separately and not less than 40% marks in the aggregate. A candidate who has passed in individual papers but failed to obtain 40% of marks in aggregate for passing the Examination, may appear as an ex-student in subsequent Examination in one or more written examination of the papers so as to be eligible for the award of Degree. Provided that the marks awarded to such candidate for sessional work during his regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent examination. The candidates who secure 60% of the marks or more in the aggregate shall be placed in the First Division; those who obtain less than 60% but not less than 50% of the marks shall be placed in the Second Division. Those who obtain less than 50% but not less than 40% of the marks shall be placed in the Third Division. Notwithstanding anything contrary to these Ordinances, a candidate who fails in not more than two papers, has to appear in those papers only as an ex-student at the immediately following examination. Provided that the marks awarded to such a candidate for sessional work during his regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent examination. A candidate, who fails to qualify for the Post-Graduate Diploma in Marketing Management within a period of two academic sessions after the admission to the course, shall not ordinarily be allowed to pursue the course further; Provided that a candidate may be allowed to appear at a subsequent examination with the prior permission of the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Chairman of the Department and the Dean of the Faculty concerned; Provided further that in no case shall a candidate be allowed to pursue the course beyond a total period of three academic sessions after his admission to the course.
E.C. Res. No. 26(4) dated 10/11.12.1988. O.M.No.XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

381

CHAPTER LXXXVI
Postgraduate Diploma in Personnel Management

1.

No candidate shall be eligible for the award of the Post-Graduate Diploma in Personnel Management unless he has passed at least one year previously a Bachelors Degree Examination from this University or any other examination recognized by this University as equivalent thereto. The Examination for the Post-Graduate Diploma in Personnel Management shall be open to the candidates: (a) who have undergone a part-time course of study prescribed for this purpose in the University for one academic session; OR ex-students as defined in Clause 5, Chapter XVII of the Ordinances (Academic).

2.

(b) 3.

The Examination shall comprise five theory papers, project/dissertation, a viva-voce examination and sessional work in each paper. In order to become eligible for appearing in the examination, a candidate shall have to fulfill the attendance requirements as prescribed by the University from time to time and secure a minimum percentage of sessional marks as may be prescribed by the Academic Council. To pass the Examination, a candidate must obtain not less than 40% marks in the written examination of each paper separately and not less than 40% marks in the aggregate. A candidate who has passed in written examination of individual papers but failed to obtain 40% of marks in aggregate for passing the Examination, may appear as an ex-student in subsequent Examination in one or more written examination of the papers so as to be eligible for the award of Degree. Provided that the marks awarded to such candidate for sessional work during his regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent examination.

4.

5.

6.

The candidates who secure 60% of the marks or more in the aggregate shall be placed in the First Division; those who obtain less than 60% but not less than 50% of the marks shall be placed in the Second Division. Those who obtain less than 50% but not less than 40% of the marks shall be placed in the Third Division. Notwithstanding anything contrary to these Ordinances, a candidate who fails in not more than two papers, has to appear in those papers only as an ex-student at the immediately following examination. Provided that the marks awarded to such a candidate for sessional work during his regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent examination.

7.

E.C. Res. No. 26(5) dated 10/11.12,1988. O.M.No.XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

382 8. A candidate who fails to qualify for the Post-Graduate Diploma in Personnel Management within a period of two academic sessions after the admission to the course, shall not ordinarily be allowed to pursue the course further. Provided that a candidate may be allowed to appear at a subsequent examination with the prior permission of the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Chairman of the Department and the Dean of the Faculty concerned. Provided further that in no case shall a candidate be allowed to pursue the course beyond a total period of three academic sessions after his admission to the course.

383 Chapter LXXXVI A Post Graduate Diploma in Business Finance (Part Time Evening Course) (w.e.f. 1997 98) 1. COURSE OF STUDY: One Year Post Graduate Diploma Course in Business Finance DURATION: One Year INTAKE 30 Students MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTIONS AND EXAMINATIONS: English only Deleted ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS OR MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: The eligibility requirements for admission to the P.G. Diploma in Business Finance (DBF) shall be as follows: Candidates should have passed the Bachelors degree examinations in Arts, Science, Social Sciences and Commerce with atleast 50% marks in aggregate from this University or any other University recognized as equivalent thereto.

2.

3.

4.

5. 6.

NOTE: Candidates who have appeared in the Final Year of the Bachelors degree examination, but the result is awaited, will also be eligible to apply. In such cases selection will be provisional subject to the fulfillment of the above mentioned requirements by the date of interview. 7. 8. Deleted COURSE STRUCUTRE The schedule of papers/courses prescribed for this Diploma course shall be as follows: COURSE TITLE OF PAPER/COURSE EXAM. SESSIONAL NO. MARKS MARKS DBF 01 DBF 02 DBF 03 DBF 04 DBF 05 DBF 06 DBF 07 DBF 08 9. Business Economics and Statistics Financial Accounting and Reporting Cost and Management Accounting Indian Financial System Business Policy and Environment Computer Application to Business Finance Training Report Comprehensive Viva-Voce 75 75 75 75 75 75 50 50 25 25 25 25 25 25 -

EVALUATION: (i) Each paper/course shall carry 100 marks of which 25 marks shall be reserved for internal assessment through written tests. The remaining 75 marks in each paper/course shall be awarded on the basis of a written examination at the end of the academic session. The duration of written examination of each paper shall be three hours.

384 Each candidate shall have to submit dissertation on the topic assigned to him/her by the department under the supervision of a teacher which shall be evaluated out of 75 marks. The requirement of dissertation shall not be deemed to have fulfilled unless he appears for a vivavoce examinations of 25 marks which shall be conducted by the supervisor concerned. (ii) The minimum marks for passing the examination shall be 40% in each paper/course including dissertation. Successful candidates will be classified on the basis of combined marks for all papers/courses including dissertation as follows: (a) Candidates securing 60% and above I Division (b) Candidates securing 50% and above but below 60% marks. II Division (c) Candidates securing 40% and above but below 50% marks Pass If a candidate fails to clear one paper/course, he/she will be allowed to appear in that paper in next examination. However, candidates failing in more than one paper/course will have to reappear in all the papers in the next following examination. 10. ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS: Only those candidates who have been certified by the department to have attended 75% of the total number of lectures conducted during the course of academic session, shall be eligible to appear in the sessional test and examinations. Deleted Deleted

(iii)

11. 12.

385

CHAPTER LXXXVII
DIPLOMA IN DRAFTING & DESIGNING (CIVIL AND MECHANICAL) (Effective from Academic Session 1988-89) **(deleted)

TRANSITORY ORDINANCES
( deleted)

O.M.No.XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

386

CHAPTER LXXXVIII
Post-M.A. Diploma in Urdu Translation (Effective from Academic Session 1985-86) (Deleted)

O.M.No.XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

387

CHAPTER LXXXIX
Post-Graduate Diploma in Applicable Mathematics (Industrial Mathematics) (Effective from Academic Session 1988-89)

1.

No candidate shall be eligible for the award of the Post-Graduate Diploma in Applicable Mathematics (Industrial Mathematics) unless he has passed at least one year previously the M.Sc. Examination in Mathematics or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent. The Examination for the Post-Graduate Diploma in Applicable Mathematics (Industrial Mathematics) shall be open to the candidates who have:(a) (b) undergone a regular course of study in the University for one academic year. been ex-student as defined in Chapter XVII of the Ordinances (Academic).

2.

3.

The Examination shall comprise such written papers, practical, sessional work, project work and/or viva-voce examination as may be prescribed by the Academic Council. To pass the Examination, a candidate must have obtained at least 36% marks in the written papers, sessional work/project, viva-voce examination and at least 50% marks in the aggregate. A candidate who has passed in individual written papes/project/viva-vico examination but failed to obtain 50% of aggregate marks for passing the Examination, may appear as an ex-student in subsequent Examination in one or more written papers/viva-voce examination so as to be eligible for the award of Degree. Provided that the marks awarded to such candidate for sessional work during his regular course of study shall be taken into account at the subsequent Examination.

4.

5.

A Candidate who obtains at least 60% marks in the aggregate shall be placed in the First Division and the one who obtains less than 60% but to less than 50% of the marks, shall be placed in the Second Division.

Ref. O.M. No. XM/AC-IV/187 dated 5.7.1988. O.M.No.XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

388

CHAPTER LXXXX
Post-Graduate Diploma in Portfolio Management (Effective from academic Session 1987-88) (deleted)

CHAPTER LXXXXI
POST-GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN COOPERATION AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT (Effective from academic session 1987-88) **(deleted)

O.M.No.XM/SPA/F.Ord.57/II-139 dated 08.7.2005.

389

CHAPTER LXXXXII
BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE (5-Year Degree Course) (Effective from the session 1993-94)

1.

The Degree of Bachelor of Architecture shall be awarded to candidates who have undergone at this University, a regular course of study for five Academic Years after having passed the Senior Secondary School Certificate (10+2) Examination of the University with English, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics or an Examination recognized by the University as its equivalent or Final Diploma in Engineering Examination of this University, and have passed First, Second, Third, Fourth and Final Year Examinations of the courses prescribed for the said Degree. The First Year Examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Architecture shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one Academic Year at the University and also satisfy the requirements as per Chapter XVII of Academic Ordinances. The Second Year Examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Architecture shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one Academic Year at the University and also satisfy the requirements as per Chapter XVII of Academic Ordinances, after having passed the First Year Bachelor of Architecture Examination. The Third Year Examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Architecture shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one Academic Year at the University and also satisfy the requirements as per chapter XVII of Academic Ordinances, after having passed the Second Year Bachelor of Architecture Examination. The Fourth Year Examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Architecture shall be open to the candidates who have undergone a regular course of study for one Academic Year at the University and also satisfy the requirements as per chapter XVII of Academic Ordinances, after having passed the Third Year Bachelor of Architecture Examination. The Final Year Examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Architecture shall be open to candidates who have undergone a regular course of Study for one Academic Year at the University and also satisfy the requirements as per chapter XVII of Academic Ordinances, after having passed the Fourth Year Bachelor of Architecture Examination. The candidates must have successfully completed six months Professional Training. (VCs approval on behalf of AC/EC vide Registrars Letter No. (C)/511 dated 25.5.1998). Each Examination shall comprise Sessional Work (class work during the session) and University Examination for various categories of courses as mentioned below (EE-; JE-IE-Courses) prescribed by the Faculty on the recommendations of the Board of Studies concerned: (i) EE- Courses mean those courses in which sessional marks are awarded through Internal Assessment and University Examination marks in theory papers are awarded by the Examiner(s) to be appointed by the Board of Studies concerned. (ii) IE- Courses mean those courses in which sessional marks are awarded through Internal Assessment and University Examination marks are awarded by Internal & External Examiners to be appointed by the Board of Studies concerned.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

OM NO XM/AC-IV/2759 dated 7.2.1995.

390 (iii) JE-Courses mean those Major Courses in which sessional marks are awarded through Internal Assessment and University Examination marks are awarded by a Jury of External and Internal Experts to be appointed by the Board of Studies concerned. The absolute marks obtained by a candidate shall be converted into five-letter grades on 10point scale as given below:Grade Letter A B C D E I Grade Points Significance 10 8 6 4 2 0 Outstanding Very Good Good Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Incomplete (Absent in University Examination component.) (ii) The grade in each course shall be awarded on the basis of the total marks obtained by a candidate in the sessional work and the University Examination components. To pass each of the Examination mentioned in clauses 2 to 6 above, a candidate shall obtained grade C in each JE-or IE-course and atleast grade D in each EE-course as mentioned in Teaching & Examination Schedule. The grading system as specified in Regulations may be adopted for awarding grades to the candidates in a course. The Session Performance Index (SPI) is the weighted average of the grade points and describes the performance of the candidate in the courses of a particular Academic Year. If the grade points of the letter grades awarded to a candidate in various courses are denoted by G1, G2, G3 etc. and the credits of the courses by C1, C2, C3 etc. respectively, the SPI is computed as follows: SPI=(C1G1+C2G2+C3G3+)/ (C1+C2+C3) The Cumulative Performance Index (CPI) describes the overall performance of the candidate upto and including the latest session. It shall be computed in a manner similar to SPI. The division in which successful candidates are to be placed at the end of the Final Examination shall be based on the final CPI as indicated below: I Division with Honours : CPI>= 8.5 I Division : 8.5>CPI>=6.5 II Division : CPI< 6.5 A Supplementary Examination shall be held after the Annual Examination. A regular candidate who fails in not more than six EE-&/or IE-courses at the Annual Examination may be permitted to appear at the immediately following Supplementary Examination. There shall be no Supplementary Examination in JE-courses.

8.

(i)

(iii)

(iv)

9.

(i)

(ii)

10.

(i)

Such condition shall not apply to regular candidates failing at the Final Year Annual Examination.

391 However, a candidate of I/II/III/IV Year Bachelor of Architecture who could not appear at his Annual Examination as a regular candidate due to illness or severe accident, may apply to the Dean for permission to appear at the subsequent Supplementary Examination provided that he has secured at least 50% of the total marks in sessional component of the courses (EE-& IE-courses.) The application alongwith the Medical Certificate of the Medical Officer of the University Hospital/ Superintendent of J.N.M.College Hospital/ Chief Medical officer of the District must be submitted by the candidate to the Dean Office within two weeks from the date of commencement of Annual Examination. Further, If a regular candidate who has fallen ill or met with severe accident during his Annual Examination, may be permitted to appear at his subsequent Supplementary Examination of EE-&/or IE-courses provided that he has cleared atleast 50% of the EE-&/or IE-courses in which he has already appeared at the Annual Examination (EC dated 21-2-1998). (ii) A candidate who is awarded grade (E/I) in JE course(s) at the Annual Examination may be permitted by the Dean of the Faculty to repeat the course(s) (i.e. sessional work as well as University Examination components.) during the following Academic Year, if otherwise eligible. A candidate who is awarded grade (E/I) in IE-course(s) may be permitted to repeat the course (i.e. sessional work as well as University Examination components) as per Regulations in this behalf. A regular candidate may be permitted to improve his grades of EE-course(s) only once at the immediately following Supplementary Examination. Such candidates mentioned above in (i). (ii), (iii)&(iv) shall not be awarded beyond grade B at any subsequent Examination after their Annual Examination as regular candidates. A candidate may be promoted from First Year Bachelor of Architecture to Second Year Bachelor of Architecture, if he fails in not more than three EE-and /or IE course(s) and has cleared all JE-courses. A candidate may be promoted from Second Year Bachelor of Architecture to Third Year Bachelor of Architecture or from Third Year Bachelor of Architecture to Fourth Year Bachelor of Architecture or from Fourth Year Bachelor of Architecture to Final Year Bachelor of Architecture if he fails in not more than three EE-and /or IE-courses and has cleared all JE courses and all the courses of preceding classes. A candidate not promoted to next higher class after having undergone a regular course of study, may be permitted to appear at the subsequent University Examination as an ExStudent (Chapter XVII of the Academic Ordinances), if otherwise eligible. However in such cases, his previous sessional marks of uncleared courses shall be taken into account at the time of preparing his result as an Ex-student. In case, the result in certain courses or all courses of a candidate is cancelled due to unfair means, his University Examination marks and the grades in the said courses shall be cancelled. However, his grades in backlog courses shall not be cancelled unless specified by the Examination Committee.

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

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(i)

(ii)

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(ii)

392 13. A candidate detained due to shortage of attendance or long illness or who had failed in more than 50% of his courses may be permitted to repeat the class as a regular candidate. In such cases, his sessional marks, University Examination marks and grades during the Academic Year shall be treated as cancelled. However, such candidates may be permitted to appear in University Examination of backlog courses of lower class as an Ex-Student during the Academic Year of detention or illness, if otherwise eligible. A candidate shall complete all the prescribed requirements for the award of Degree of Bachelor of Architecture within Five Academic Years after his admission. However, he may be permitted by the Dean to complete the requirements within next three additional Academic Years. Provided that such candidates who are not promoted from First Year Bachelor of Architecture within two Academic Year after their admission shall not be allowed to repeat the class and their admission shall be cancelled. Provided further that such candidates who are not promoted from II Year Bachelor of Architecture to III Year Bachelor of Architecture within two Academic Years after promotion from the I Year Bachelor of Architecture shall not be allowed to repeat the class and their admission shall be cancelled. Provided further that such candidates who are not promoted from III Year Bachelor of Architecture to IV Year Bachelor of Architecture within two Academic Years after their promotion from II Year Bachelor of Architecture shall not be allowed to repeat the class and their admission shall be cancelled. However, if a candidate of Final Year Bachelor of Architecture fails to complete the requirements of Degree within Eight Academic Years after his admission, thus permitted, the Academic Council on the recommendation of the Faculty may further permit him to complete the requirements of the Degree within one more additional Academic Year. If the candidate fails to complete the requirements of the Degree after completion of nine Years duration from the date of admission, his admission shall be cancelled. 15. Attendance in all classes (lectures, tutorials, laboratories, practicals, workshop etc.) is compulsory. If the attendance of any candidate at any stage is found unsatisfactory his name will be removed from the rolls of the class. In special cases, the attendance may be condoned in accordance with the rules and regulations of the University prescribed in this behalf from time to time. A candidate who fails at the Annual Examination of First, Second, Third or Fourth Year Bachelor of Architecture and is not eligible to appear at the subsequent Supplementary Examinations, his name shall automatically be removed from the rolls of the class. Provided that the candidate who fails at the Annual Examination of First, Second, Third or Fourth Year Bachelor of Architecture and is eligible to appear at the subsequent Supplementary Examination shall attend higher class provisionally. In case, the candidates is not eligible for promotion to next higher class after the declaration of results of Supplementary Examination, his name shall automatically be removed from the rolls of the class with retrospective effect from the date, he failed at the Annual Examination. Provided further that the attendance of such candidates, who become eligible for promotion to next higher class after the Supplementary Examination results, shall be counted from the date of the commencement of the classes.

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393

REGULATIONS TO ACADEMIC ORDINANCES CHAPTER LXXXXII BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE (Effective from the session 1993-94)
1. The credits and relative weightages of Sessional Work and University Examination Components of various categories of courses shall be prescribed by the Faculty as mentioned in Teaching and Examination Schedule. The following grade ranges may ordinarily be used for the award of grades to the candidates in a course: (a) For EE-courses (Theory courses) Grade Ranges (percentage of total marks obtained) Grade 75% and above 60% and above but less than 75% 45% and above but less than 60% 35% and above but less than 45% less than 35% (b) For IE- and JE- courses (Practical & Major Specialized Courses) 75% and above 60% and above but less than 75% 45% and above but less than 60% less than 45% A B C E A B C D E

2.

Note: - Fraction in marks obtained by a candidate in a course may be rounded off to the next whole number. (c) Normally, the distribution of various grades in a group of candidates shall be as follows, which can be used as a check: APPROXIMATE % AGE OF STUDENTS OBTAINING THE GRADES (for EE-courses) (for IE & JE-courses) 10 to 25% 25 to 40% 25 to 40% 10 to 25% 0 to 10% 20 to 40% 30 to 50% 20 to 40% . 0 to 5%

GRADE

A B C D E

394 In case of abnormal distribution of students population, the award of grades to the candidates may be modified by the Result Moderation Committees as per the regulations to Moderation Committees (Clause (9), Chapter XV of Academic Ordinances). (d) The Examiner (s)/ Teacher Incharge of non-departmental courses may adopt the procedure for the award of grade prescribed for B.Sc. Engg. /B.Tech. Courses. The grades to the candidates appearing at the Supplementary Examination may be awarded on the basis of grade ranges used at the corresponding Annual Examination subject to the conditions specified Clause (10) of Academic Ordinance in this behalf. The better of the two grades (at regular Annual/Supplementary Examination) obtained by the candidate, shall be the final grade. In case of any error in the submission of sessional marks by the Teacher Incharge/Examiner(s) of the course, a committee consisting of the following members shall take suitable remedial measures depending upon the merit of the case: 1. Dean, Faculty of Engineering & Technology. 2. Principal, Z.H.College of Engineering & Technology. 3. Chairman of the Department concerned 4. One Senior Member of the Faculty, not belonging to the concerned Department to the nominated by the Dean. 5. Chief Tabulator, Z.H.College of Engineering. & Technology. 3. (i) Convener Chairman

(e)

(f)

There shall be continuous assessment of the performance of the candidate throughout the Academic Year based on sessional or class work and a final University Examination in various courses as prescribed in the Teaching and Examination Schedule. The final University Examination of EE-courses shall be through written papers and that of IE-courses through practicals, drawing and design work and/ or viva-voce Examination. The final University Examination in JE-courses shall be through written papers, viva-voce Examination etc. to be conducted by a Jury consisting of Internal & External Experts (Examiners) of which atleast one shall be External Member. The final University Examination of Project/Dissertation Work (Architecture) shall be through seminar and vivavoce Examination to be conducted by a Jury of Internal & External Experts (Examiners) of which, one shall be an External Member.

(ii)

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The Teacher Incharge of the course may adopt any of the methods viz written tests/quiz tests, class, or home assignments, practicals, field work, seminar, viva-voce tests etc. for assessing the performance of the candidates in sessional or class work. For sessional of each EE-course, atleast two tests shall be conducted, an additional test may also be conducted but the candidates, higher marks in the best two shall be counted for the award of sessional marks and grades.

5.

395 6. The Teacher Incharge of each course shall be appointed by the Department concerned. He shall prepare the period-wise lecture schedule of the course for distribution to the candidates at the beginning of the session and the same shall be submitted to the Chairman of the Department concerned for the purpose of moderation of the question papers. He shall standardize norms of the assessment / evaluation for the course and ensure its implementation. He shall coordinate the teaching work and assessment / evaluation work in the course. The Examiner(s) / Teacher Incharge of the course shall prepare the detailed Award Lists in duplicate (Sessional & University Examination Marks with Grades) and submit it alongwith evaluated Answer Scripts and Remuneration Bills to the Chief Scrutinizer of the Department concerned for compulsory totaling and scrutiny of evaluated Answer Scripts and Grade Award Lists who in turn shall submit the Grade Award Lists, Scrutinized Answer Scripts verified Remuneration Bills to the Chairman of the Department concerned. The Chairman of the Department will forward the moderated Grade Award Lists to the Chief Tabulator (Engg. College) for result processing and Answer Scripts & Remuneration Bills to the Controller of Examination after re-evaluation work is completed. There shall be no improvement of sessional work of EE-Courses. However, a candidate who has been awarded grade (E/I) and has secured less than 60% of the sessional marks in IE-courses, may be allowed by the Dean of the Faculty to repeat the course (i.e. to improve Sessional Work as well as University Examination components). For the purpose of conversion of CPI (X) at Final Year Bachelor of Architecture Examination into Equivalent Percentage of Aggregate Marks (Y%), the following formula may be used: Y% = (20X3 380X2 + 2725X-1690) /84

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CHAPTER - LXXXXII (A)/XCII(A)


(Under Semester System based on Earned Credits & Grading Scheme of Evaluation ) for Bachelor of Architecture (5-Years Degree Course) (Effective for the students admitted from the Session 2001 2002) 1. Introduction :

(1.1) Faculty of Engineering & Technology has adopted Semester System in place of conventional Annual System for the students admitted to B.Arch.. Programmes from the academic session 20012002. Continuous internal assessment, grading system, credit based core and elective courses are essential links for the success of Semester System. It allows a student to qualify for his/her Degree by accumulating a minimum number of specified credits depending upon the ability and convenience of individual student within a specified frame work. (1.2) These Ordinances (Academic) and related Regulations will be applicable to the students admitted to B.Arch. Programme during the session 2001-2002 and onwards (under Semester System based on Earned Credits and Grading Scheme of Evaluation) offered by the Faculty of Engineering & Technology, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh. All existing rules, Regulations and Ordinances (Academic) related to B.Arch. Programme under Annual System and Grading Scheme of Evaluation are in fructuous in the light of these Ordinances (Academic). (1.3) On the recommendations of the Faculty of Engineering & Technology and approved by various authorities of the University, any or all these Ordinances (Academic) and related Regulations may be deleted or replaced by new ones at any time. (1.4) The medium of instruction in B.Arch.. Programme is English. 2. Admissions :

(2.1) The Degree of Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.) shall be awarded to the candidates who have undergone at this University a regular course of study for four and half Academic Years consisting of Nine Semesters and four months Professional Training in 10th Semester after having passed the Senior Secondary School Certificate (10+2) Examination of this University with English, Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics or an Examination recognized by this University as its equivalent or have passed the Diploma in Engineering Examination of this University provided that the candidate has been selected for admission to B.Arch. Programme through Entrance Test (including Aptitude Test) for Admission. (2.2) Admissions to B.Arch. Programme shall be made at First Semester level through an Entrance Test for Admission conducted by this University. Detailed procedure and rules for admission to B.Arch. Programme shall be made available in the Guide to Admissions published by the University every year. (2.3) Any candidate, not appearing at the Entrance Test for Admission shall not be considered for admission to B.Arch. Programme. However, two seats are reserved for admission to B.Arch. Programme for eligible rank/position holders of Final Year Diploma in Engineering (Architectural Assistantship) Examination of this University in the year immediately preceding without appearing in the Entrance Test for Admission.
EC dated 98.8.2001 & 29.12.2001.

397 Detailed rules for admission to rank/position holders at Diploma in Engineering (Architectural Assistantship) of this University are given in the Regulations to the Ordinances ( Academic) prescribed in this behalf by the University from time to time. Few seats are also reserved for admission to B.Arch. Programme for Self Financing Foreign Nationals/NRIs under IEF- Scheme/Cultural Exchange Programme without appearing in the Entrance Test for Admission in accordance with the rules and procedures specified in Special Information Bulletin for Admissions to Foreign Nationals/NRIs published by this University every year. (2.4) There shall be no direct admission at any level of B.Arch. Programme above First Semester level either on transfer basis from other Engineering Institution in India or abroad or on any other ground. (2.5) The University/Dean, Faculty of Engineering & Technology or any other competent authority reserves the right to cancel the admission of any student at any stage during his/her Degree Programme on grounds of unsatisfactory performance in studies or shortage of attendance in classes or indisciplined behaviour.(as per Ordinances of the University) (2.6) Every student admitted to B.Arch. Programme should get himself/herself registered in all regular semesters until the completion of the requirements of his/her Degree within permissible time limit. If for any valid reasons, he/she is unable to register in a Semester, he/she must seek permission of the Dean, Faculty of Engineering & Technology. In the absence of such permission, he/she would be deemed to have left the Degree Programme and his/her name shall be struck off from the roll of the Faculty/University. However, when a student has been permitted to withdraw from all courses during a semester, he/she continues to be on rolls of the Faculty/University. 3. Academic Calender :

(3.1) Each Academic Year ( 52 weeks ) is divided into two Semesters viz. First ( Autumn ) Semester and Second ( Spring ) Semester, each of which shall be of 20 weeks duration followed by 2 weeks of Winter Break and 10 weeks of Summer Vacations (which may be utilized for Professional Training Period). The tentative break up of each Semester shall be as follows : (i) First (Autumn) Semester : Teaching (Phase I) 8 Weeks Mid-Semester Examination 1 Week Teaching (Phase II) 7 Weeks Preparation Leave 1 Week End Semester Univ. Exam. 2 Weeks Evaluation & Result Processing Period 1 Week (ii) Winter Break (to be utilized for College Week/ Educational Tour) 2 Weeks (iii) Second (Spring) Semester: Teaching (Phase I) 8 Weeks Mid-Semester Examination 1 Week Teaching (Phase II) 7 Weeks Preparation Leave 1 Week End-Semester Univ. Exam. 2 Weeks Evaluation & Result Processing Period 1 Week (iv) Summer Vacations ( to be utilized for Professional Training of 1 months after VI Semester) 10 weeks (v) Professional Training during 10th Semester 04 months

398 4. 5. Teaching Schedule: (Refer to Regulations) Types of Courses

(5.1) EE-Courses (Theory): mean those courses in which course work (HA,Quiz, Test etc) including Mid Semester Examination are evaluated through internal assessment and End-Semester University Examination in theory or EE-papers are evaluated by the Examiner(s) to be appointed by the Board of Studies of the Department. (5.2) IE-Courses (Practical/Practice): mean those courses in which course work related to Laboratory/Field Work/Workshop Practice/Drawing & Design Practice/Report Writing/Oral Tests etc. including Mid-Semester Examination are evaluated through internal assessment and EndSemester University Examination is to be evaluated by Internal & External Examiners to be appointed by the Board of Studies of the Department. (5.3) JE-Courses (Drawing & Design Practice): mean those major courses in which course work (Drawing/Design Practice etc) including Mid-Semester Examination are to be evaluated through internal assessment and End-Semester University Examination are evaluated by a Jury of External and Internal Experts (Examiners) to be appointed by the Board of Studies of the Department of Architecture. The Design thesis at IX Semester level shall be evaluated by a Jury of External & Internal Experts at all stages. 6. Semester-Wise Course Structure/Teaching & Examination Schedule:

(6.1) Each Course ( EE-,IE-or JE-) has certain number of credits (Cr.) assigned to it depending upon its contact hours per week and their nature as specified below : 1 Lecture hour (L) in a week = 1 Credit 1 Tutorial hour (T) in a week = 1 Credit 1 Practical/Practice hour (P) in a week = 0.5 Credit (excluding Professional Training) 1 Design & Drawing (Studio) hour (D) in a week = 1 Credit (6.2) Course Listing/Teaching & Examination Schedule (Semester-wise Course Structure) indicating nature of the Course (EE-, IE-, JE-), Course Category, Course Number & their Titles, Contact Hours of Lectures/Tutorials/Practicals or Practice/Design (Studio) per week & assigned Credits shall be prescribed by the Faculty on the recommendations of the respective Board of Studies of the Architecture Department (refer to Course Listing/Teaching & Examination Schedule / Semesterwise Course Structure) in the light of clause 5 and 6.1. (6.3) A letter grade is awarded in each course for which a student is registered during a Semester. On obtaining a pass grade as per Clause 16.4 of Ordinances, the student is supposed to accumulate the credits assigned to the course which will be termed as Earned Credits (EC). (6.4) The minimum number of earned credits required for the award of B.Arch. Degree is 300. This requirement may be changed by the University at any time considered necessary by it. (6.5) The break up of students class contact hours for various categories of courses of B.Arch. Degree Programme shall be as follows:

399 Stage I Basic Courses

S. No. Various Categories of Courses

Minimum No. of Teaching Hours Required 600 360 60 360 120 120 60 300 60 90 60 60 60 2310

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Architecture Design Building Construction Building Materials and Sciences Architectural Drawings & Graphics History of Architecture Workshop Practice Landscape Design Structural Mechanics & Theory of Structures Surveying & Leveling Building Services & Equipments Humanities Estimating & Costing Principles of Human Settlements

Stage-II S. No. Various Categories of Courses Minimum No. of Teaching Hours Required 570 210 60 60 90 15 45 60

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Architectural Design, Planning & Thesis Building Constructions & Materials and Specifications Building Sciences & Services Town Planning Theory Professional Practice Building Bye-laws Structural System Electives such as (i) Housing (ii) Urban Design (iii) Interior Design (iv) Building Management (v) Landscape Design (vi) Urban Planning

1110 Note: (i) The list of various categories of courses at two stages are suggestive only. These courses pertaining to the Architecture may be taught under different names. New Courses may be introduced and certain courses may be given less or more emphasis depending upon the requirement of the Degree Programme.

400 (ii) For the purpose of calculating the contact hours of class room study, approximately 32 hours (Lectures, Tutorials, Practicals and/or (Studio Design Practice) per week per semester may be considered. For nine semester (4 1/2 years) of study at the rate of 15 teaching weeks per semester, the total number of hours available for first & second stages works out to be 4320 hours. Approximately 75% of the total hours of study have been taken into account for calculating the minimum hours of study during the first two stages of nine semester teaching while the Department of Architecture will allocate the balance of about 25% of study hours (approximately 900) to the B.Arch. courses of special nature pertaining to the need of B.Arch. Degree Programme.

(iii)

(6.6) The Departmental Course Advisory Committee (DCAC): It shall advise the students to register themselves for the above categories of courses keeping their interest and to progress at their own pace, subject to certain constraints of Earned Credits and Slot System specified in these Ordinances (Academic). This Advisory Committee will help the student individually in finalizing his/her study schedule during the semester. (6.7) Of the total course work requirements, several courses are compulsory known as Core Courses and the rest are Elective Courses. Students may choose elective courses from the list of Elective Courses specified by the Architecture Department in accordance with their individual needs for his/her future career, every semester. (6.8) In all, 67 credits of Course Work is required to be registered in the first two Semesters of B.Arch. Programme as specified in Course Listing/Teaching & Examination Schedule (Semester wise Course Structure). (To be decided by the Faculty of Engineering & Technology) (6.9) The remaining Course Work requirements at III or higher semester level is to be decided by the Board of Studies of the Department of Architecture. 7. Pre-Registration: Pre-registration for the courses to be taken up by the students during third and subsequent semesters will be done before the end of the previous semester for which the date will be announced by the Faculty/Department. All students are required to complete pre-registration formalities in consultation with their Departmental Course Advisory Committee and to submit the necessary information about the courses to be taken up by them during the following semester. In case, a student does not complete his/her pre-registration formalities, he/she may not get the courses of his/her choice subsequently. Pre-registration helps the Department in finalising the courses to be offered during the following semester, teaching load allocation and preparing the time-table etc. 8. Registration:

(8.1) Every student admitted to B.Arch. Degree Programme should register himself/herself in all regular semesters till he/she completes all the requirements of his/her Degree . The registration in a course means that the students name is on the roll list in a course for which he/she wants to study and earn credits. If for any valid reasons, he/she is unable to register in a semester, he/she must seek prior permission of the Dean Faculty of Engineering & Technology, without which, he/she would be deemed to have left the B Arch Degree Programme and his/her name may be struck off the rolls of the Faculty/University. (8.2) Every student is expected to register for the normal credit loading as per Teaching & Examination Schedule in each regular semester. However, a student at his/her own option may depart from the

401 prescribed credit loading, when feasible. Every student is required to get his/her registration properly completed at his/her own responsibility, failing which he/she shall not be allowed to attend any classes. (8.3) A student who joins first semester of B.Arch. programme will automatically deemed to have been registered for all the courses of I & II Semesters of I Year B.Arch. Programme specified in the Teaching & Examination Schedule (Semester-wise Course Structure). Registration cards for first two semesters will be issued by the Office of the Dean, Faculty of Engineering & Technology at the time of admission to B.Arch. Degree Programme. Registration of student for third semester and onwards will be taken up by the Architecture Department on the dates announced by the Faculty/Department. (8.4) The academic record of the student shall be maintained by recording the courses by the Office of the Dean, Faculty of Engg. & Tech. for which he/she registers in a semester and the grades obtained in these courses, along-with the eligibility requirements of minimum earned credits for continuation of his/her Degree Programme. (8.5) It is mandatory for all students to present themselves on the scheduled day for registration. Before the commencement of classes, each student will be given a Course Registration Card which will be the official record of courses registered by the student. Addition, deletion and withdrawal courses shall also be marked on this card by the Office of the Dean, Faculty of Engineering & Technology. Ordinarily, no late registration is permissible. However, in extra ordinary genuine situations due to illness or emergent circumstances, if a student is unable to reach the Office of the Dean, Faculty of Engineering & Technology on the scheduled date of registration, an authorized representative may approach the Dean Faculty of Engineering & Technology with necessary documents/proof for permission of late registration. (8.6) Each student is supposed to get himself/herself registered for the courses of his/her choice and prepares his/her own study Schedule for the semester on the advisement by the Departmental Course Advisory Committee (DCAC) subject to certain constraints of Earned Credit System, his/her past performance, work load, and available slots in the Time-Table. (8.7) Those students who do not fulfil all the requirements of first two semesters of the Programme but have fulfilled the minimum Earned Credit requirements for continuation of registration, will normally be required to first register for the uncleared courses as far as possible. They may in addition, register for other courses in accordance with the conditions specified below and in consultation with Departmental Course Advisory Committee (DCDA). (i) Only those students who have cleared all University and Hall dues of the previous semesters and have paid required advance payments of University and Hall charges for the current semester will be permitted for registration in the courses during current semester. (order to be issued by the University) (ii) The courses for which registration is sought are being offered during the semester by the teaching department concerned.

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