College Exam

College Examination :


The scheme for various examinations conducted by the University as well as those conducted by the College, namely class tests and preparatory examinations are :

  1. Regular class tests will be held in all subjects in the month of November.
  2. Mid–term Examination will be held in all subjects in the month of November.
  3. The Test Examination of Part – I candidates will be held in the month of March.
  4. Students must appear and qualify Test/Selection Examination, failing that they would not be allowed to appear in the University Examination.
  5. For students of the second and third year the same scheme of evolution will be followed.

Examination Regulations as set by the University

  1. Honours students must secure at least 35% marks in their class test, and also in the preparatory examination.
  2. The minimum marks to be secured in an Honours examination (C.U.) is 35% for B.A. students. For science students this criterion is 30%, separately for theoretical and practical but 35% in aggregate in the Honours subject.
  3. For General Students, the minimum marks are 25% for B.A. students and 25% separately for theoretical and practical in case of B.Sc. students.
  4. Candidates must secure at least 20% marks separately in both Compulsory English and MIL and at least 30% marks in aggregate of the two subjects.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Attendance at Lectures

The college hours are from 10 am to 5 pm. Students are expected to attend all classes within this time period according to the time table and must meet the minimum requirements of the University in this regard.
As per requirements of the University, a student must attend at least 75% of the classes held in each subject, for being considered regular. A candidate attending less than 75% and above 60% of the classes shall be declared “Non–collegiate”. Candidates attending less than 60% of the classes shall be declared “Dis–collegiate” shall be debarred from appearing at the examination.
Science students, not attending theoretical classes regularly, will not be permitted to attend practical classes.
Promotion and permission to appear at the University Examination are subject to not only satisfactory record or work but also regular attendance at lecture, tutorials, practicals and fulfilment of other conditions as required by the University.

 

          The pattern for the distribution of marks in Part–I, Part–II & Part–III Examinations are as follows :

Part–I

 

Honours

Honours

1. Honours Subjects (B.A./B.Sc.)

2 x 100 = 200
With minor variations
For particular subjects

–––

2. Elective Subjects (B.A./B.Sc.)

2 x 1 x 100 = 200

3 x 1 x 100 = 300

3. Language Group :

 

 

    (i) English

50

50

    (ii) Modern Indian Language
         (Bengali or Hindi)

50

50

         Total Part–I Marks

500

400

 

Part–II

 

Honours

Honours

4. Honours Subjects (B.A./B.Sc.)

2 x 100 = 200

––

5. Elective Subjects (B.A./B.Sc.)

2 x 2 x 100 = 400

3 x 2 x 100 = 600

         Total Part–II Marks

600

600

 

Part–III

 

Honours

Honours

6. Honours Subjects (B.A./B.Sc.)

4 x 100 = 400

––

7. Elective Subjects (B.A./B.Sc.)

––

3 x 1 x 100 = 300

8. Environmental Studies

50

50

         Total Part–III Marks

450

350

 

Grand Total : Part–I + Part–II +  Part–III

1550

1350