CREDIT AND GREDING SYSTEM

Credit distribution for the Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) programme is as below :

Core(Major) Programme
SemesterCoreElectiveComplusorySkill basedTotal
I55 × 2=104-19
II55 × 2=10-419
III85 × 2=10-220
IV105 × 2=102-22
V21---21
VI21---21
Total Credit704066122
Non-Major Programme
SemesterElectiveComplusorySkill basedTotal
I5 × 3=154-19
II5 × 3=15-419
III5 × 3=153220
IV5 × 3=152522
V7 × 3=21--21
VI7 × 3=21--21
Total Credit102911122
  • There shall be a compulsory course on Environmental Studies of 2 credit in Semester V.
  • There shall be 25% marks for internal assessment and 75% marks for endsemester examination in each course during every semester.
  • A science student having core(major) will have to appear for a total of 122 credits in six semesters distributed over three years. For a students having general course, there will be a total of 122 credits in six semesters distributed over three years. The syllabus for each course should be divided into modules or units and questions shall be set from each unit and students shall be required to answer questions from each unit.

    Credit distribution for the Bachelor of Arts(B.A.) programme is as below :

    Core(Major) Programme
    SemesterCoreElectiveComplusorySkill basedTotal
    I554+4-18
    II554+4-18
    III85-4+421
    IV1053+3-21
    V21-2-23
    VI21---21
    Total Credit7020248122
    Non-Major Programme
    SemesterElectiveComplusorySkill basedTotal
    I5 × 2=104+4-18
    II5 × 2=104+4-18
    III5 × 2=10-4+4+321
    IV5 × 2=103+3521
    V7 × 2=144+2323
    VI7 × 2=144321
    Total Credit683222122
  • There shall be a compulsory course on Environmental Studies of 2 credit in Semester V.
  • There shall be 25% marks for internal assessment and 75% marks for endsemester examination in each course during every semester.
  • A arts student having core(major) will have to appear for a total of 122 credits in six semesters distributed over three years. For a students having general course, there will be a total of 122 credits in six semesters distributed over three years. The syllabus for each course should be divided into modules or units and questions shall be set from each unit and students shall be required to answer questions from each unit.
  • Ten point grading system :

    GradeMarking PercentageGrade Point
    A+ >= 95 and <= 100 10
    A >= 85 and <= 95 9
    B+ >= 75 and <= 85 8
    B >= 65 and <= 75 7
    C+ >= 55 and <= 65 6
    C >= 45 and <= 55 5
    D >= 40 and <= 45 4
    F < 40 0
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