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Examination & Internal Assessment Rules

 EXAMINATION RULES FOR B. COM (GENERAL) AND BBA CLASSES

A. ELIGIBILITY FOR APPEARING IN END SEMESTER EXAMINATION (ESE) (AS PER UNIVERSITY GUIDELINES)
In order to be eligible, a student:
(i) is required to be on the rolls of the College during the semester preceding the
End Semester Examination.
(ii) is required to attend at least 75% of the lectures delivered (the teaching days
to be counted up to a week before the commencement of exams).
(iii) has to score the minimum pass marks in Mid Semester Tests (MSTs)
prescribed by University which is mentioned below:
(a) B. Com Course: 35% marks in each paper as well as in aggregates in MST.
(b) BBA Course: 40% marks in each paper and 50% marks in aggregates in MST.
(iv) has to obtain minimum pass marks in internal assessment as prescribed by
University i.e 35% per subject in B.Com course and 40% per subject in BBA
course.

IN CASE ANY STUDENT FAILS TO FULFIL ANY OF THE ABOVE STATED ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS, HE/SHE WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO APPEAR IN END SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS (ESE).

B. SCHEME OF EXAMINATION
Semester System of education is based on continuous assessment of the learning assimilated by the student. As such, assessment for the period of one semester is based on the following components:

(a) Internal
i. Assignment – It is compulsory for each student to submit his/her assignment
within the given time frame to the subject in-charge.
ii. Mid Semester Test (MST) – Internal in nature and will be held
after a period of about three months after the start of the semester.
iii. Attendance – A student is required to maintain at least 75% of attendance in
each subject till the last teaching day of each semester.

(b) External
End Semester Examination (ESE) – External in nature and will be conducted by the University at the end of the period of six months.

C. RULES FOR SPECIAL TEST
The chance for special test will be given only to those students who were absent in MSTs with the prior permission from College authorities due to unavoidable circumstances. Unauthorised absentees and late coming students who were not allowed to take the MST, will not be allowed to appear in Special Test as well. Accordingly, they will be given zero credit in MST

II. INTERNAL ASSESSMENT – WEIGHTAGE OF MARKS
1. Internal Assessment Criterion for B.Com (General) and B.Com (Hons.) subjects

Parameter Weightage in % Weightage in Marks
Assignment 30 % 6
MST 50 % 10
Attendance 20 % 4
Total 100 % 20

2. Internal Assessment Criterion for BBA subjects

Parameter Weightage in % Weightage in Marks
Assignment 30 % 6
MST 50 % 10
Attendance 20 % 4
Total 100 % 20

3. Internal Assessment Criterion in the subject of English & Business Communication Skills in B. Com Ist and IInd Semester

Parameter Weightage in % Weightage in Marks
Assignment 30 % 3
MST 50 % 5
Attendance 20 % 2
Total 100 % 10
Practice Work* 10

* Practical Work
(i) At the end of B. Com First Semester there will be viva-voce examination of 10 marks which will include Debate,  Declamation and Personal Interview.
* Practical Work
(ii) At the end of B. Com Second Semester there will be viva-voce examination of 10 marks which will include Group Discussion. The students will appear in the group of 10 students for viva-voce.

III. EXAMINATION RULES FOR B.COM HONS. IIIrd/ IVth/Vth/ VIth SEMESTER

A. ELIGIBILITY FOR APPEARING IN B. COM HONS. UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS
Attendance: All rules of College attendance policy shall apply to B.Com Hons. programme also.

Mid Semester Test (MST): A student will be required to appear in the Mid Semester Test (MST) in Honours and must score a minimum of 50% marks to be eligible for appearing in Panjab university End Semester Examinations.

THE STUDENTS WHO DO NOT MEET EITHER OF THE ABOVE TWO CRITERIA, THEIR NAME WILL BE STRUCK OFF FROM HONS. COURSE PERMANENTLY WITHOUT ANY CHANCE OF READMISSION.

B. SCHEME OF EXAMINATION
Semester System of education is based on continuous assessment of the learning assimilated by the student. As such, assessment for the period of one semester is based on two parameters.

(a) Internal
i Assignment – It is compulsory for each student to submit his/her assignment within the given time frame to the subject in-charge.
ii. Mid Semester Test (MST) – Internal in nature and will be held after a period of about three months after the start of the semester.
iii. Attendance – a student is required to maintain at least 75% of attendance in each subject till the last teaching day of each semester.

(b) External
End Semester Examination (ESE)- External in nature and will be conducted by the University at the end of the period of six months.

C. NO SPECIAL TEST: No special test will be conducted for the students who fail to meet the above mentioned criteria of Hons. MST.

EVEN IVTH/VTH/VITH SEMESTER HONS. STUDENT WHO HAS PASSED THE IIIRD/VITH/VTH SEMESTER HONS. EXAMINATION RESPECTIVELY CONDUCTED BY UNIVERSITY WILL BE DISALLOWED TO CONTINUE WITH THE HONS. COURSE IF HE/ SHE FAILS TO FULFIL ANY OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED CONDITIONS.

IV.GUIDELINES FOR MID SEMESTER TESTS

Unauthorized Absence: Absence in MST for any reason whatsoever would mean grant of zero award in that particular subject. The information regarding unauthorized absentee will be communicated to the parents of the student.

Authorized Exemption(Unavoidable Circumstances) will cover only following two cases:
-Students sent by the College to attend Youth Festival, Sports Competitions or any other Inter College Events.

-Students who are permitted by the College (at Principal’s discretion) to appear in any competitive exam during MSTs.

BARRING THE ABOVE STATED CASES, NO OTHER CASE FOR EXEMPTION IN ANY OF THE EXAMINATIONS WILL BE ENTERTAINED FOR ANY REASON WHATSOEVER

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