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Affiliated To University Of Calicut

PG - Internal Assessment

Evaluation: The evaluation scheme for each course shall contain two parts; (a) Internal / Continuous Assessment (CA) and (b) External / End Semester Evaluation (ESE). Of the total, 20% weightage shall be given to Internal evaluation / Continuous assessment and the remaining 80% to External/ESE and the ratio and weightage between Internal and External is 1:4.

This assessment shall be based on a predetermined transparent system involving periodic written tests, assignments, seminars, viva-voce and attendance in respect of theory courses and based on tests, lab skill and records/viva in respect of practical courses. The criteria and percentage of weightage assigned to various components for internal evaluation are as follows :

Sl.No Component Percentage Weightage
1 Examination /Test 40% 2
2 Seminars / Presentation/ viva-voce 20% 1
3 Assignment 20% 1
Attendance 20% 1

Grades shall be given for the internal evaluation are based on the grades A+,A,B,C,D&E with grade points 5,4,3,2, 1 &0 respectively

There shall be no separate minimum Grade Point for internal evaluation.

To ensure transparency of the evaluation process, the internal assessment marks awarded to the students in each course in a semester shall be published on the notice board before 5 days of commencement of external examination.

There shall not be any chance for improvement of internal marks.

The course teacher shall maintain the academic record of each student registered for the 11 course, which shall be forwarded to the University, through the college Principal, after being endorsed by the Head of the Department.

For each course there shall be class test/s during a semester. Grades should be displayed on the notice board. Valued answer scripts shall be made available to the students for perusal.

Each student shall be required to do assignment/s for each course. Assignments after valuation must be returned to the students. The teacher shall define the expected quality of the above in terms of structure, content, presentation etc. and inform the same to the students. Punctuality in submission is to be considered.

Every student shall deliver Seminar / Presentation as an internal component for every course and must be evaluated by the respective course teacher in terms of structure, content, presentation and interaction. The soft and hard copies of the seminar report are to be submitted to the course teacher.

All the records of Continuous Assessment (CA) must be kept in the college and must be made available for verification by university, if asked for.