EXAMINATIONS COMMITTEE :
The examination cell consists of the following Committee.
Dr. M.Babu Rao, Principal: Chief Controller of Examinations
|Dr. G. Latchanna||Lecturer in Philosophy : Convener|
|Dr. N.S.N Swamy||Lecturer in Botany : Member|
|Dr. D. Pydithalli||Lecturer in Economics : Member|
|Sri. L. Krishna Rao||Lecturer in Commerce : Member|
|Sri. M. Pradeep||Lecturer in Bio-Technology : Member|
|Dr. R. Ramachandra Rao||Lecturer in Zoology : Member|
|Dr. T. Swarnalatha||Lecturer in Physics : Member|
|Sri Y. Bhaskara Rao||Lecturer in Commerce : Member|
Submission of Examination applications by the candidates.
- The exam applications are supplied to the students of all classes through their respective teacher counselors.
- The teacher counselor should attest the photo and signature of the candidate on the application form.
- The identification marks of the candidate are noted in the hall ticket part and verified by the teacher counselors.
- Sufficient time is given to the candidates for the payment of examination fees without penal fee and later with a penal fee of Rs.100/-.
If a candidate fails to submit exam application forms as per the above schedule he/she can submit the same before the commencement of the examination by paying a penal fee of Rs.500/- as is the procedure adopted by Affiliating University.After the introduction of this the number of students submitting late applications has reduced drastically.
Issue of Hall Tickets
- After the scrutiny of exam applications is over hall tickets are prepared duly checking the subjects and papers opted by the students.
- The fee paid by the students is checked and if any dues are noticed they are collected.
- The hall tickets are issued to the candidates through their respective teacher counselors at least one week before the start of the examinations.
- Only candidates having the hall tickets are allowed into the examination hall.
- If a candidate forgets to bring the hall ticket a duplicate hall ticket is issued by the Examinations Cell on payment of a refundable fee of Rs.25. (The fees is refunded when the candidate submits the original hall ticket next day
- Revaluation and Retotalling
- The candidate can apply for revaluation or retotalling of scripts within 15 days after the release of Results
- Revaluation is done as per the rules of Affiliatiing University
- The fees for retotalling Rs.150/- for each paper.
- The fees for revaluation Rs.350/- for each paper.
- Note : Visually challenged candidates are totally exempted from payment of all types of examination fee.
Issue of Marks Memoranda
- A consolidated Marks / Grades list of all the previous appearances is furnished to the students.
- Blind candidates are totally exempted from paying the examination fees.
- A Scribe will be arranged for each blind candidate to write down the answers dictated by the blind candidate.
- The Chief Superintendent will appoint the scribe.
- The staff member appointed, as a scribe should belong to without graduation.
Vision plan for the next five years
- Preparation of exhaustive Question Banks in all subjects through conduct of workshops.
- Computerization of the Question Bank.
- Generation of different versions of the question paper from the computerized Question Bank.
- Web based availability of Grade Memos for the Semester-End-Examinations.
- Introduction of Online examination system for Mid Semester Examinations.
CREDIT BASED GRADING SYSTEM
DEFINITION OF CREDIT: Credit is the term to denote a unit of learning, usually measured in hours of study or achievement of threshold standard or both. A Credit is a value assigned to a course, usually one credit equals one hour class period per week.
AWARD OF GRADES (CBCS system)
|SL. No.||Range of Marks||Grade||Grade Points|
|1||96% – 100%||O||10|
|2||90% – 95%||A+||9|
|3||80% – 89%||A||8|
|4||70% – 79%||B+||7|
|5||60% – 69%||B||6|
|6||50% – 59%||C||5|
|7||40% – 49%||P||4|
GRADE POINT AVERAGE
- A Grade Point Average (GPA) for a year is calculated as: GPA = S(C * G)/SC
Where C-Number of Credits for the subject Paper
Where G-Grade Points obtained by the candidate in that subject paper
- Grade Point Average (GPA) is awarded to a candidate who passes in all the subject papers in that semester.
III. Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) is calculated by the end of third year using similar formula, provided a candidate passes in all subject papers of all the six semesters.
- Declaration of class is based on CGPA as follows:
I Class = 6.0 and above; II Class = 5.0 to 5.9 III Class = 4.0 to 4.9
- CGPA multiplied by “10”gives aggregate percentage of marks obtained by candidate.
INSTRUCTION TO THE STUDETNS APPEARING FOR EXAMINATIONS
- Students should carry their HALL TICKET & Identity card into the Examination Hall
- Students are expected to be in their respective seats at the stroke of the fisrt bell
- Students are expected to maitain pindrop silence in the examination Hall
- Studetns are strictly prohibited from any sort of malpractice in the examination Hall
- No students shoul carry mobile phones to the examination hall
- No Student will be allowed into examination halls without Collge Uniform
- No student should leave the examinations hall before the stipulated time of examinations
- Arrangement of Internal Squad during Semester end examinations to avoid malpractices.
- The bar code system is used in the conduct of Examinations
- Awarding silver medals to the Group Toppers and Subject and Group toppers