Sessional Examinations (Internal Assessment)
The sessional marks in each theory and practical subject shall be awarded out of a maximum of 20 marks in the following manner:
(a) Theory sessional (20 marks) : The institute shall conduct at least three written tests of 20 marks each in every theory subject at regular interval during each academic year. The average of best two performances shall be taken into consideration for computation of theory sessional marks.
(b) Practical sessional (20 marks) : The sessional marks in practical shall be computed on the basis of the performance in the practical test (10 marks) and day-to-day assessment (10 marks) in the practical class.
(i) Practical test (10 marks) : The institute shall conduct at least two practical tests of 10 marks each in every subject at regular interval during each academic year. The average of best two performances shall be taken into consideration for computation of practical test marks. Duration of each practical test shall be same as prescribed for practical class in respective practical subject. Each practical test may be conducted in different parts, viz., synopsis/spotting, exercise/experiment and viva-voce etc.
(ii) Day-to-day evaluation of practical work (10 marks) : The concerned teacher shall make the evaluation of day-to-day practical work in the laboratory on the basis of the performance of the candidate and maintenance of practical record.
(c) The regular record of marks of sessional examinations and that of professional training as well as of project conducted at an affiliated college shall be maintained for each student and that must be submitted to the university before the commencement of university examination.
(d) A candidate failing in any of the subjects shall have a chance to improve his / her sessional marks both in theory and practical by appearing in one additional sessional examination. The aggregate of best two performances from all the sessional shall form the basis of calculating the average for computation of improved sessional marks. Marks for day-to-day assessment in the practical cannot be improved unless a candidate attends a regular course of study again.