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  1. A student has to pass in Internal Examination and External Examination separately.
  2. A student is required to score 33% marks in English and 36% in all rest of the subjects to be declared Pass in internal as well as external examination separately
  3. 20% of the marks in theory and 50% in practical papers are reserved for internal assessment. One written test examination in theory and one in practical will be held during the academic session.
  4. 80% of the total marks in theory and 50% of the total marks in practical are reserved for external evaluation.
  5. The student pays the University examination fee at the time of submission of the Examination form.
  6. A student cannot sit in the University examination unless he/she has attended 75% of the total lectures delivered during the session in each theory paper and a minimum of 30 practical sessions in each science subject.
  7. Principal is authorised to condone 5% of the stortage.
  8. Not more than 30 duties in all shall be given to a student who has participated in Sports/NSS/NCC or any other extra-curricular activities of the College during the entire academic session.

The Internal Assessment Tests are being conducted as per the schedule chalked out by the examination committee of the college. Students who miss the assignments due to ill health or participation in extra-curricular activities or otherwise are given an opportunity to give the assignment on an alternate date. In addition to periodic schedule based assessment, continuous progressive assessment is also performed through regular as well as random Class Tests, quiz competitions, projects etc.
To ensure transparency, students are asked to write the Internal Assessment Tests in Answer Booklets provided by the college. After evaluation, answer sheets are available for perusal by the students and are discussed by concerned departments with students to give feedback on areas in which progress can be made.

The results are constantly monitored by the class teacher to ascertain whether learning outcomes for all courses are being achieved. It provides an opportunity to relook at and modify teaching strategies if the students are not performing well. Results are recorded for reference purposes and are also communicated to the affiliated university in a timely manner for preparation of final results.