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Exam Pattern and Rules

Exam committee of the college comprises of CONDUCT COMMITTEE AND RESULT COMMITTEE.
Conduct Committee is responsible for conducting college and University exams smoothly whereas Result Committee is responsible for preparing and issuing results within the stipulated time.

Powers and Functions of the Examination Committee

    Orientating the First year students regarding the current examination and evaluation pattern
    Conducting centralized internal exams for First Year & Second Year students
    Issuing notices to students for filling up exam forms
    Keeping track of changes in the syllabi  of different subjects (if any)
    Displaying Time-table of the semester end examinations on the students’ notice boards
    Smooth conduct of exams
    Reporting the cases of malpractices during exams to the Unfair Means Enquiry Committee
    Getting the assessment of answer sheets done  through Centralized Assessment Programme
    Declaration of results and issuing Mark sheet on the same day
    Redressal of exam related grievances (if any) of students by issuing the photocopies of answer sheets and/or revaluation of answer sheets   


Credit Based Evaluation System

The University of Mumbai changed the credit pattern from earlier 60:40 to new 75:25. In this system 25 marks are considered for internal evaluation while 75 marks are considered for external evaluation. Under internal evaluation the student is evaluated on the basis of class test and class participation/ attendance. Under external evaluation the student is evaluated on the basis of his/her performance in term end exam.
For further details regarding Revised Scheme of Evaluation for Semester End Examinations, refer the following link:
http://archive.mu.ac.in/syllabus/Revised%2075-25%20pattern%20credit%20system.pdf

‘Unfair means’ includes –

    Possessing unfair means material and or copying there from.
    Transcribing any unauthorized material.
    Intimidating, Threatening supervisor on duty, use of bad language\leaving examination hall without permission of the supervisor\causing disturbances of any manner.
    Mutual\mass copying.
    Smuggling-out either blank or written or smuggling-in of answer books as copying material.
    Impersonation at examination.
    Revealing identity in any form in the answer book.


Unfair means material includes any material whatsoever related to subject of examination, printed, typed, handwritten or otherwise on the person, on clothes or body of student or on wood or other material or electronic aid.

Possession of unfair means by a student means having any material on his\her person, desk or at any place within his\her reach, in the examination centre or premises-from any time from commencement of examination till its conclusion.

Punishments given to students declare guilty are:

    Annulment of performance of the students in paper and debarring student from appearing for paper for three examinations.
    Annulment of performance of student in all papers and debarring student from appearing for papers during next examination.
    In addition to above mentioned punishments fine can be imposed on students declared guilty.

Rules of Eligibility for Admission (ATKT)

Stream      Sem-II Sem-III Sem-IV Sem-V Sem-VI
B.A., B.Com., BMS,B&I
Acc. & Fin.
All the students admitted to Sem-I are eligible. All students Fail in Maximum TWO Courses of Sem-I & Sem-II each are eligible. All the students admitted to Sem-III are eligible. All the students Passed in Sem-I & Sem-II and Fail in Maximum TWO Courses of Sem-III & Sem-IV each, are eligible OR All the students Passed in Sem- III & Sem-IV and Fail in Maximum TWO Courses of Sem-I & Sem-II each, are eligible.
 
All the students admitted to Sem-V are eligible. Their Sem  - VI result will be kept in abeyance till they clear all previous Semesters.

 
B.Sc. All the students admitted to Sem-I are eligible. All students Fail in Maximum THREE Courses of Sem-I & Sem-II each are eligible. All the students admitted to Sem-III are eligible. All the students Passed in Sem-I & Sem-II and Fail in Maximum (THREE/TWO)* Courses of Sem-III & Sem-IV each, are eligible OR All the students Passed in Sem III & Sem IV and Fail in Maximum THREE Courses of Sem-I & Sem-II each, are eligible. All the students admitted to Sem-V are eligible. Their Sem - VI result will be kept in abeyance till they clear all previous Semesters.
B.Sc.-IT All the students admitted to Sem-I are eligible. All students Fail in Maximum THREE Courses with Total not more than 200 Marks of Sem-I & Sem-II each are eligible. All the students admitted to Sem-III are eligible. All the students Passed in Sem-I & Sem-II and Fail in Maximum THREE Courses with total not more than 200 Marks of Sem-III & Sem-IV each are eligible. OR All the students Passed in Sem-III & Sem-IV and fail in Maximum THREE Courses with total not more than 200 Marks of Sem-I & Sem-II each are eligible. All the students admitted to Sem-V are eligible. Their Sem  - VI result will be kept in abeyance till they clear all previous Semesters.

* Two courses for the students having Mathematics as one of the subject and three for all others.

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