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Autonomous Examination Section profile

1.
Dr. D. Behera, Reader in Odia
 Controller of Examination.
2.
Dr. B.K. Behera, Reader in Hindi,
Sri R. Dasgupta, Reader in Botany
  Dy. Controller of Examination
3.
Dr. B. Parija, Lect. in Physics,
Dr. D.K. Singh, Lect. in Zoology
 Associates
4.
Sri S. Das. Library Asst.
 Accounts Auto Exam Cell, Audit of Accounts, in addition to his normal duty.
5.
Sri A.K. Pattnaik, Office Assist. (Contractual)
 All Accounts work in Auto Exam Section, Despatch, Diary, Assist to coding Work
6.
Smt. G. Dash, DEO (Contractual)
 Typing, Computing work related to Examination, Assist to Controller, Dy. Controller, regarding Coding work, and Decoding Work, Maintenance of Syllabus, Assist to COE in despatch/receipt of Scripts.
7.
Sri S. Mohapatra
 Attached to Autonomous Exam Cell in addition to his normal duty.
8.
Sri S.K. Sahu (Contractual)
 Attached to Autonomous Exam. Cell
 

IMPORTANT NOTICE

U.G. and P.G. students of this college are hereby directed to take note of the following rules:

1. Filling up of form for each Semester is mandatory. A candidate not filling up the form for any of the Term End Examination will be deemed to have discontinued pursuing the course. This implies that taking the Internal Assessment Examination only during the academic session but not filling up the form for Semester End Examination does not qualify the candidate for continuing further courses of study.

2. In order to pass an examination, a candidate shall have to secure at least 30% marks in each theory and 40% in each practical paper in every subject irrespective of the Elective/Pass/Honours in which the candidate has taken the examination.

3. A candidate failing to secure a minimum of 30% marks in theory paper (Elective/Pass/Honours) and a minimum of 40% marks in Practical (Pass/Honours) may be allowed to appear examination in those papers as Back Papers on payment of prescribed fees. This is permissible for not more than two chances (Examinations) immediately following the examination for which he/she was registered.

 

PROVISIONAL REGULATION FOR THE MASTER OF ARTS AND SCIENCE EXAMINATIONS (TWO – YEAR MASTER’S DEGREE COURSES)

(Effective for students admitted to first year Post Graduate Course during 2013-14 and onwards)

1.   DEGREE AND DURATION

  1. The Master’s Degree in Arts, Science and Commerce of Govt. Autonomous College, Rourkela (hereafter referred to as the College) shall spread over a period of two years)
  2. A candidate for the Master’s Degree in Arts/ Science shall be required to pass the following examinations.

a)P.G. Part-1(or MA/M.Sc. Part-I)II Semester

b)P.G. Part-II (or MA/M.Sc. Part-II)-III/IV Semester

      iii)  A candidate shall be eligible to appear the Part-II(III/IV) Semester exam only if he/she has registered (Filled up form) for appearing at the part-I(I/II semester)  Exam respectively.

2.  MODE OF EXAMINATION

  1. A candidate for Post –Graduate (M.Sc./MA) Degree may be examined in any one of the subjects and as per the syllabi approved by the Academic Council from time to time.
  2. In each subject a candidate shall have to appear in 08 / 10 (ten) papers, each carrying 100 marks.
  3. The theory as well as practical papers shall be of 100 marks each. The duration of examination in a theory paper shall be 4 hours and that of the practical paper 6 hours.

3.  RESULTS AND ITS IMPROVEMENT

3.1

a) A Candidate, in order to pass a PG Course:

i) Must obtain not les than 30% in each theory paper in each part separately, and

ii) Must obtain not less than 36% aggregate marks in theory papers in each part separately, and not less than 40% aggregate marks in each practical paper separately.

b) If a candidate is absent in any paper of the examination such a candidate shall have to reappear in the paper(s) concerned in order that his / her final result are declared.

c) The Seminar, Project Report, Dissertation, Field report etc. Shall be considered as practical papers for PG Examination (Vide letter No. 10405 dt 22.07.2000 of Sambalpur University)

3.2 

The Class in which a candidate shall be placed in his/her results of MA/M.Sc. Examination shall be based on the sum total of the marks secured by him/her in Part-I(I/II Semester) and Part-II(III/IV Semester) examinations.

3.3

A candidate declared to have passed the MA/M.Sc. Examination Shall be placed in : First Class if he secures 60% or more of the aggregate marks. Second Class if he secures 48% or more but below 60% of the aggregate marks, and Third Class if he secures less than 48% of aggregate marks.

In order to be eligible to pass MA/M.Sc. Examination, a candidate shall have to appear all the theory and practical papers, and secure minimum pass marks of 30% and 40% respectively, and aggregate marks of 36% and 40% in theory and practical examination respectively.

3.4

A candidate who has passed in Part-I(I/II Semester) and Part-II(III/IV Semester examinations be permitted to appear in the same examination either Part-I(I/II Semester) or Part-II(III/IV Semester) or both for one chance only to improve his/her performance in any of the paper(s) provided that he surrenders the diploma already granted to him/her for the examination he has passed earlier. Such candidates shall have to appear at the Regular Examination conducted by the College; and the higher of the two marks secured by him/her in the earlier examination and the examination for improvement, shall be retained for the purpose of awarding the degree.

a) Provided that a candidate may improve his/her performance in not more than 4 papers choosing such papers either from Part-I(I/II Semester) or Part-II(III/IV Semester) or from both Part-I(I/II Semester) and Part-II(III/IV Semester) subject to the following conditions.

i- That a candidate can improve in four papers in all (Theory / Practical / field work/ project) in any one chance of the next two immediate chances subsequent to the publication of his MA/M.Sc. Result.

ii- Further that a candidate can appear in any of the papers of Part-I(I/II Semester) examination held immediately after the publication of his Part-I(I/II Semester) result along with the immediate Part-II(III/IV Semester) examination and the balance of the four papers, if any, in one chance of the next two immediate chances subsequent to the publication of his Final result.

iii- A candidate shall not be allowed to appear for improvement in the same paper more than once. The higher of the marks secured by him in each paper taken separately shall be retained for the purpose of computing his result.

iv- A candidate may improve his/her performance either under regulation 3.4 a (i) or a(ii). A candidate shall not be permitted to take advantage of both the provisions.

  1. PUBLICATION OF RESULT:
  1. The Controller of Examinations of the college will be published the list of successful candidates subject wise, arranged in order of merit, after getting it approved by the Autonomous Examination Committee and subsequently ratified by the University.
  2. Names of candidates who pass the examination after improvement shall be finally placed in the merit list in the first, second and third class as the case may be after the names of regular candidates of that particular batch.
  3. Each successful candidate shall receive a diploma/degree in PG under the seal and signature of the Vice Chancellor, Sambalpur University.

 

REGULATION FOR THE BACHELOR OF ARTS, SCIENCE, COMMERCE & SELF-FINANCING  EXAMINATIONS

(THREE – YEAR BACHELOR’S DEGREE COURSES)

PASS MARKS AND CLASSIFICATION OF SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES:

  1. Aggregate, mark for passing the degree examination shall be the sum total of the aggregate of First/Second/Third/Fourth/Fifth/Sixth Semester examinations taken together.
  2. Class will be awarded on the following basis.

Pass-                                     A minimum of 30% in each subject and a minimum of 36% of marks in the aggregate.

Pass with Distinction-              A minimum of 30% in each subject and a minimum of 50% of marks in the aggregate.

Pass without Honours-             A minimum of 30% in each subject and a minimum of 36% in aggregate in subjects other than Honours and less than 45% but not less than 36% in Honours subject.

Second Class Honours-           A minimum of 30% in each subject and a minimum of 36% in aggregate and minimum of 45% marks or more but less than 60% in Honours subject.

Second Class Honours with Distinction- In addition to 2nd Class Honours a minimum of 50% marks secured in subjects other than Honours in first appearance.

First Class Honours-                A minimum of 30% in each subject and a minimum of 36%  in aggregate and minimum of 60% or more in Honours.

First Class Honours with Distinction- In addition to the First Class Honours a minimum of 50% marks Secured in subjects other than Honours in first appearance.

            In order to pass in practical papers a candidate has to secure minimum of 40% marks separately in each practical paper. Distinction shall not be awarded to candidate having taken back examination (s).

3. In each of the above examination for subjects having practical, a candidate, in order to secure Honours, must have secure a minimum of 45% of marks in theory paper(s) taken together and minimum of 45% marks in practical paper(s) taken together in Honours subject.

4.  A. If a candidate is marked absent in any sitting(s) of an examination, such a candidate shall have to reappear in that paper(s)/ subject (s) in order that his/ her results are declared.

B. A candidate failing to secure a minimum of 30% in pass subject and / or a minimum of 40% in each practical paper either in the First/Second/Third/Fourth/Fifth/Sixth examination of this College may be allowed to take back examination. A candidate shall be eligible to take back examination in a Pass/ Honours subject only after consideration of results of all the papers in that subject. If a candidate fails in a subject(s) he/she shall take back examination (on payment of prescribed fees) in the paper(s) of the subject(s) concerned in which he/she has failed. Back examination, however can be taken for not more than two chances immediately following that Semester examination in the Final paper of the subject in which the candidate has failed in the first instance.

However, if a candidate who has not cleared an examination may, at his option, appear in all the papers of that examination under the following conditions.

  • Mark secured by the candidate in that examination earlier stand cancelled.
  • After exercising the option to appear in all papers of an examination, if a candidates fails to clear that examination, he/she will be required to appear in all the papers of that examination in a subsequent chance, within 5 years of first registration for First Degree Examination.

C. If a Candidate has appeared in back papers in the first chance and in all the papers in the second chance and also has failed, such a candidate can appear at that examination (in all the papers) under new course only within 5 years of 1st registration to First degree examination.

D. If the candidate fails to secure the pass marks in the aggregate, he/she may reappear in one or more subjects/paper(s) of his choice from either the First/Second/Third/Fourth/Fifth/Sixth Semester Examinations to make up the deficiency. The chance shall be available to a candidate in maximum two subsequent chances (examination) only following the final examination in which he/she was first registered but within 5 years of first registration to First Degree Examination.

 

E.        i.  Candidates who have been duly admitted to B.A/BSc/B.Com(Honours) (3 year Degree Course) Examination of the College and have obtained only a Second Class (Honours) or passed without Honours can reappear at any examination(s) for the Honours papers only of his/her choice to improve their results within two subsequent chances (Examination), on application submitted to the Principal of the College. The higher of the marks in paper shall be taken into consideration for determining their results and divisions. However, distinctions if earned by the candidate shall not be affected by improvement examination under the clause.

ii.  Provided that a candidate shall be allowed to improve his performance in theory papers only once within two years after passing the B.A/B.Sc/B.Com(Three year Degree course) examination of the College on application submitted to the Principal.

iii. A candidate who wishes to improve performance in Honours shall be required to fill in application forms and pay the requisite fees accordingly.

iv. Collegiate candidates taking this advantage be treated as regular candidates and will be examined on the basis of current syllabus.

v. The expression, “Subject” shall include all the papers comprised in the subject.

vi. Provided further that in no case a candidate shall be allowed to appear any examination within 5 years of the registration to First Degree Examination.

 

RULES FOR VERIFICATION OF PROVISIONAL-CUM-MARK SHEET/ CERTIFICATES (U.G./P.G.)

                As per the decision of the Executive Committee held on 17.02.2014, an amount of Rs.500/-(Rupees Five hundred) only must be deposited towards verification of Provisional-cum-Mark sheet of UG/P.G. Certificates issued to each  pass-out students from this Institution required by the concerned Employer/Agency in shape of Bank Draft payable at S.B.I., Rourkela in favour of the Principal, Government Autonomous College, Rourkela or by Cash deposited in the College Cash Counter.

 

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