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B.Ed (Two Year : 4 Semester and B.com 3 Year: 6 Semester) Program

Ordinance for Promotion, Exemption, Back Paper including Rules for Improvement etc. to be effective from Session 2009-10

  1. The Two Year degree course in B.ed, namely Bachelor of Education (B.ed) shall be divided in four Semester while the Three Year degree course in B.com, namely, Bachelor of Commerce
  2. The pattern of question paper/viva-voice shall be such as followed in other faculties/department of the University.
  3. In every Semester in each paper/practical, as the case may be. maximum marks shall be 100 while minimum pass marks in each paper shall be 33% individually and 48% in aggregate i.e.. total of all papers, as the case may be, of that Semester taken together.
  4. Division shall be awarded on the combined result of examinations of all the Semester. Those of the successful candidates who obtain 48% and upwards and below 60% of the total marks obtainable shall be placed in the SECOND DIVISION and those of the successful candidate who obtain 60% and upwards of the total marks obtainable shall be placed in the FIRST DIVISION.
  5. Grace Marks: A candidate may be given five marks as grace marks in individual paper or in aggregate, as the case may be, if these grace marks enable him to pass the examination of that Semester.
  6. Promotion: No candidate shall be allowed to be promoted to Second Semester unless he/she has cleared in all but maximum of two paper in First Semester and has obtained not less than 40% marks in aggregate. Similarly, a candidate appearing the Second Semester examination shall not be promoted the Third Semester unless he/she has cleared all but maximum of two papers of Second Semester and has obtained not less than 40% marks in aggregate of Second Semester. The same rules for promotion shall apply till the last Semester examination. Provided that for the promotion to Fifth Semester, the candidate must clear all the papers of First and Second Semester with 48% marks in aggregate in each Semester, Similarly, for promotion to Seventh and Ninth Semester, the candidate must clear all the papers of Third/Fourth and all the papers of Fifth/Sixth Semester respectively. Thus the above stated back paper facility to reappear in a Semester examination of any two paper shall be available to the candidate as per following rules:
    (i) Candidate who fail in any two individual paper in Semester examination: or
    (ii) The candidate who pass in individual paper but fail in aggregate.
    (iii) If a candidate fails in two papers or fails in aggregate, he/she shall be promoted to next Semester. Provided that the candidate shall not be promoted further to the next higher Semester unless he/she clears the individual papers or obtains required marks or aggregate, as the case may be.
    (iv) No candidate shall be allowed to appear in an examination of any paper after the expiry of two consecutive attempts.
    (v) A candidate who is allowed to reappear in the examination in accordance with above rules shall appear in the next examination of those papers along with the regular examination of the Semester to which he/she was promoted. Exception: However, keeping in view that the session starts in July every year and it would be in the broader interests of the candidates not to put barrier in mid-session and as a manner of grace, a candidate may be allowed to be promoted to Second Semester if he/she has failed in maximum of Four papers in first Semester itself. But in such cases, he/she will be promoted to Third Semester only when numbers of such back paper are limited to four only. Thus he/she can be allowed the benefit of availing four back paper (two each for I and II Semester i.e by clubbing them in the First Semester and if he/she clears the Second Semester, he/she can be promoted to the Third Semester. The same rules for the promotion shall apply till the last Semester. Explanation : While promoting from I/II to Third Semester for from III/IV to Fifth Semester and so on, a candidate must not have more than four individual papers to clear and not less than 40% aggregate to cover for that Semester.
  7. Exemption:
    (i) A candidate who has failed in more than two papers or/and has failed to obtain minimum 40% in aggregate shall be allowed to appear as an exempted candidate in the concerned Semester.
    (ii) A candidate who has failed in the examination but in eligible for back paper facility may also be allowed to appear in the examination as exempted candidate. However, if he/she wants to appear as an exempted candidate or otherwise appears as exempted candidate in the examination, he/she shall not be granted promotion to the next Semester. As an explanation it is made clear that he/she will be allowed to appear either as an exempted candidate of the earlier Semester or as a regular candidate for the current Semester.
    (iii) Exempted candidates shall not be required to attend the classes for that particular Semester. Only examination fee shall be leaved on them. (iv) A candidate will be allowed maximum of two consecutive chances to appear as an exempted candidate subject to the condition that he/she will have to clear the LL.B (Three Year Course) in maximum of Five years and LL.B (Hons.) (Five Years Course) in maximum of Seven Years. If he/she fails to pass the examination during this period, he/she will be deemed to have abandoned the course and shall not be readmitted in these courses.

  8. Improvement: A candidate can reappear at the rate of one paper in each Semester, as back paper, for improving his marks/division. But this facility will be available to those candidates only who pass the examination in one go and without availing the back paper facility. However, the inter-se merit of the candidate shall be determined on the basis of marks obtained in the First examination. All disputes regarding interpretation of provision of this Ordinance shall be referred to the Examination Committee of the University whose decision shall be final.
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