UNDER GRADUATE COURSES


All Under Graduate courses follow semester pattern with respect to Teaching and Evaluation. The Academic year is divided into Two Semesters. The first or Odd Semester is from June – October and the second or Even Semester is from November – March. Each Semester has Two Internal Examinations with one End-Semester Examination in the ratio of 40:60 Marks in each subject as part of a reliable and sustainable evaluation process.

 

Semester course subjects:


Part – I: Languages
  • English
  • Second Language
Part – II: Core Subjects 
  • Compulsory subjects ( With or without practical)
  • Optional Subjects
  • Part – III: Value Addition Subjects
  • Indian Culture & Heritage/ Environmental Studies/ Science Civilization/ Value Education.

Note: It is mandatory to pass Part – III Subjects though it is not considered for Divisional declaration.

 

A. RULES OF ATTENDANCE/ END SEMESTER EXAMINATION

  • A student will be permitted to take the end semester assessment (ESA) examination in all subjects only if he/she has put in at least 75 % of  attendance (Theory and Practical separately) in each subject.
  • On medical grounds a student is permitted a condonation of 10 % attendance on payment of condonation fee, provided the student submits the medical certificate immediately after the period of illness.
  • Students having less than 65 % of attendance in a subject will not be allowed to write the examination for the subject.
  • Students attending state/national camps/workshops have to produce the attendance certificate duly signed by the principal immediately after the camps.
  • The Controller of Examinations will issue the Notification announcing the dates of the Examinations, date of Application form to be submitted and the amount of Examination fee to be paid.
  • Time Table for End Semester Examination will be published by the Controller of Examination two weeks earlier from the commencement of Examinations.
  • Backlog Examinations will be held along with the Main Examinations in Oct/Nov and March/April every year.
  • Candidates who are writing the Backlog Exams are required to submit separate filled in Application form along with prescribed fee as specified.
  • A student who is not allowed to write end semester examination due to shortage of attendance has to repeat the same semester the next year.

 

B. EXAMINATION PATTERN:

Examination system has two components - Continuous Internal Assessment (CIA) and End Semester Assessment (ESA).

    Theory Papers:

    Total Marks:  100 (40 for CIA and 60 for ESA)

    Practical papers:

    Total Marks: 50 (20 for CIA and 30 for ESA)

     

    Continuous Internal Assessment (CIA

    a. Theory Papers :

    1.Internal Exam I - 15 marks

    2.Internal Exam II - 15 marks

    3.Skill Based Test (SBT) -10 marks (Assignments, Viva Voce, presentations).

    b. Practical Papers

    Internal Practical Exam: 20 marks (Viva- voce, Record submission, Execution)

    Note: No Re-Examination will be conducted if the student is absent for   
             internals (The rule applies for both theory and practical papers).

    C. END SEMESTER ASSESSMENT (ESA):

    a. Theory Papers :
  • Written Examination for each subject will be conducted for 60 marks with a duration of 3 hours.
  • Students have to secure a minimum of 22 marks (36%) out of 60 in End Semester Examination and a total of 36(CIA+ESA) marks out of 100 marks to pass in every subject.
  • b. Practical Papers
  • Practical Examination for each subject will be conducted for 30 marks with duration of 3 Hours.
  • Students have to secure a minimum of 11 marks (36%) out of 30 in End Semester Practical Examination and a total of 18(CIA+ESA) marks out of 50 marks to pass in every subject.
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    D. PROMOTION RULES

    S.No.

    Semester

    Conditions to be fulfilled for Promotion

    1.

    From Sem-I to Sem-II

    Should have undergone a regular course of study of Sem -I and applied for Sem-I examinations

    2.

    From Sem-II to Sem-III

    a) Should have undergone a regular course of study of Sem-I & and
    b) The number of backlogs if any of Sem -I & Sem-II together shall not exceed 50% of total No. of papers prescribed for
    Sem-I & II

    3.

    From Sem-III to Sem-IV

    Should have undergone a regular course of study of  Sem -II and applied for  Sem-III examinations

    4.

    From Sem-IV to Sem-V

    a) Should have undergone a regular course of study of Sem -III & IV and
    b) The number of backlogs if any of Sem-I,II,III & IV together shall not exceed 50% of total No. of papers prescribed for Sem-I,II,III & IV

    5.

    From Sem-V to Sem-VI

    Should have undergone a regular course of study of Sem-V and applied for Sem-V examinations.

     

    Note: If the student has not submitted the examination application for the Semester Examinations due to any reason he/she has          to repeat the Semester.

     

    E. BACKLOG EXAMINATION

    Backlog Examination will be conducted in Odd and Even semesters every year.

     

    F. RESULTS DECLARATION & AWARD OF DEGREE

  • End Semester Examination Results will be declared through the College Web site. (www.josephscollege.ac.in)
  • The Final Degree will be awarded by the parent University (Osmania University)
  • The name of the college will be mentioned in the Degree certificate along with Osmania University.
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