EVALUATION

PROCESS IN SEMESTERIZED UG COURSES UNDER CBCS CURRICULUM OF STUDIES FOLLOWING UGC GUIDELINES UNDER THE UNIVERSITY OF KALYANI

The Evaluation of the candidates shall be based on continuous assessment. The structure of evaluation shall be as follows:

  1. Assessment in each semester shall be divided into three(3) discrete components, viz. C1, C2 and C3. The students will be informed about the modalities of continuous assessment activities well in advance. The first component (C1) of assessment shall be of 10% of the total marks of each course of a semester and will be based on class attendance, class test or assignment or seminar. During the first two months of each semester, 1/3 of the syllabus will be completed. The continuous assessment and C1 will be consolidated during the 9th week of the concerned semester. The second component (C2) of assessment shall be of 10% of the total marks of each course of a semester and will be based on class attendance, class test or assignment or seminar. During the second two months of each semester, 2/3 of the syllabus will be completed. The continuous assessment and C2 will be consolidated during the 16th week of the concerned semester. Appearance in C1 & C2 is mandatory.
  2. During 21st–23rd weeks of a semester, a semester-end examination shall be conducted for each course and the proportion of C3 will be 80% of the total marks of each course of the semester.
  3. The result of each course in a semester shall be based on the values of C1, C2 & C3 and shall be awarded in the form of grade point.

 

Mechanism of computation of work-load per week:

1 Credit = 1 Theory class of 1- hour duration
1 Credit = 1 Tutorial class of 1- hour duration
1 Credit = 1 Practical class of 2- hour duration

 

Full marks of a course, having 6 credits/ 2credits, along with distribution of marks:

  1. Full marks of each course of B.A./ B.Sc./ B.Com. (Hon. & Gen./Prog.), carrying 6 credits, be 75
  2. Full marks of each course of B.A./ B.Sc./ B.Com. (Hon. & Gen./Prog.), carrying 2 credits, be 50
  1. A. & B.Com. (Hon. & Gen./Prog) Courses with no practical distribution of 75 marks be as follows:

3.1. Class Attendance cum Internal Assessment: 20% of 75 marks = 15 marks of which 5 marks be reserved for class attendance (both Theoretical + Tutorial) in the following manner:

  1. Attendance 50% & above but below 60%  – 2 marks
  2. Attendance 60% & above but below 75%  – 3 marks
  3. Attendance 75% & above but below 90% – 4 marks
  4. Attendance 90% & above up to 100% – 5 marks

And 10 marks are reserved for Class Test/Assignment/Seminar (Theoretical-05 and Tutorial-05). Minimum 15 classes are allotted for tutorial portion.

3.2. In Semester-End-Examination of each course, Question Paper be set for 60 marks, distribution may be as under:

  1. Answer 10 questions out of 15 carrying 02 marks each = 10x 02 =20
  2. Answer 04 questions out of 06 carrying 05 marks each = 04x 05 =20
  3. Answer 02 questions out of 04 carrying 10 marks each = 02x 10 =20

However, questions, carrying 05 or 10 marks, need not necessarily to be a single question.

 

  1. B.Sc. (Honours & General/Programme) Courses with practical distribution of 75 marks are as follows:

4.1. Class Attendance-cum-Internal Assessment: 20% of 75 marks=15 marks of which 05 marks be reserved for theoretical class attendance, the distribution of marks will be same as mentioned in 3.1.

      10 marks be reserved for class test/Assignment/Seminar (Theoretical- 05 & Practical-05).

4.2.  20 (Twenty) marks are allotted for Semester-end-Practical Examination of each course, distribution may be as under:

  1. a) Lab. Note Book: 05 Marks; b) Viva- voce : 05 Marks;    c) Experiment       : 10 marks

4.3. 40 marks be allotted for Semester-end-Theoretical Examination of each course, distribution of which may be as under:

a) Answer 05 questions out of 08 carrying 02 marks each = 05×02=10
b) Answer 02 questions out of 04 carrying 05 marks each =02×05=10
c) Answer 02 questions out of 04 carrying 10 marks each =02×10=20

 However, questions, carrying 5 or 10 marks, need not necessarily to be a single question.

 

  1. FOR B.A. & B.COM. (HONS. & PROG./GEN.) COURSES, HAVING PRACTICAL, DISTRIBUTION OF 75 MARKS IS AS UNDER:

5.1. In case of ‘Fully Practical’ based course, Class Attendance-cum-Internal Assessment: 20% of 75 marks=15 marks of which 5 marks be reserved for practical class attendance & 10 marks be reserved for class test/assignment.

5.2. The distribution of 60 marks be allotted for Semester-end-Practical Examination of each course, may be as under: a) Lab. Note Book: 15 Marks;   b) Viva- voce: 15 Marks;    c) Experiment: 30 marks

  1. For B.Sc. (Hons. & Prog. /Gen.) Courses, having no practical, distribution of 75 marks, be same as (3) above.
  2. In the Semester-End-Examination of AECC of B.A./B.Sc./B.Com, carrying 2 credits (i.e. full marks-50).ENVS be taught in the 1st Semester and communicative Eng./ MIL be taught in the 2nd Semester for Hons. course and for Programme/General course, communicative Eng./MIL be taught in the 1st Semester and ENVS be taught in the 2nd Semester.
  3. B.A., B.Sc. & B.Com. (Hons. & Gen./Prog.) Courses distribution of 50 marks (for each AECC & SEC) be as follows:
  4. i) Internal Assessment:20% of 50 marks i.e. 10 Marks of which 05 marks be reserved for class test/assignment/ seminar and 05 marks be reserved for class attendance of the concerned AECC/SEC course.
  5. ii) 40 marks are allotted for Semester-End-Theoretical Examination of each course; distribution may be as under-4.3.

 

Distribution of total Marks (1850=140 credits) in Semesterized UG courses under CBCS Curriculum to be studied by a student are as Follows (FOR CORE COURSE):

B.A./ B.Sc./ B.Com. Honours:

CC: 75×14=1050; DSE: 75×4=300; GE: 75×4=300; AECC: 50×2=100;   SEC: 50×2=100

Distribution of total Marks (1650=120 credits) in Semesterized UG courses under CBCS Curriculum to be studied by a student are as follows (FOR PROGRAMME COURSE):

B.A. & B.Com.(General/Programme.):

CC: 75×12=900; DSE: 75×4=300; GE: 75×2=150; AECC: 50×2=100; SEC: 50×4 =200

B.Sc. (General/Programme): CC: 75 x 12 =900; DSE: 75×6=450; AECC: 50×2=100; SEC: 50 x 4 =200