Current Students

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Current Students Students are encouraged to participate in extracurricular as well as co-curricular activities. Such participation is intended to stimulate the students and promote their contribution to matters of institutional concern like management of complex issues, conduct of business in an orderly manner, and development of the spirit of teamwork and cooperation.
Current Students Student activities are organized by committees / societies / clubs for sports, art and culture, science and technology, debates, literary pursuits and so forth. A member of staff or faculty is assigned to each committee to provide guidance and interface with the University administration. The committees conduct their business within the broad policies of the University. The Student Affairs Office coordinates the activities of the committees.
Current Students The University holds its students in high regard, and strongly cares for their well being during their stay here and success in the future. In addition to providing students with facilities for recreation, healthcare and limited accommodation, the University maintains a strict code of discipline to ensure an orderly environment that is conducive to academic learning.
Current Students The Student Affairs Office deals with all the matters related to student life on campus other than the academic affairs. It deals with extracurricular and co-curricular activities, student records, discipline and other aspects of student life.
Current Students The University holds its students in high regard, and strongly cares for their well being during their stay here and success in the future. In addition to providing students with facilities for recreation, healthcare and limited accommodation, the University maintains a strict code of discipline to ensure an orderly environment that is conducive to academic learning.

Grading System

Students are awarded grades to reflect their level of performance as shown below.

Grade

Level of Performance

A

Excellent

B

Very Good

C

Good

D

Acceptable

F

Fail

Each grade is assigned a Grade-Point per Credit denoted by GPC.

Grade

Level of Performance

A+ & A

4.00

A-

3.67

B+

3.33

B

3.00

B-

2.67

C+

2.33

C

2.00

C-

1.67

D+

1.33

D

1.00

F

0.00

ACADEMIC STANDING AND PROBATION

Students of FM&AMS are governed by the rules and regulations formulated by the PM&DC. This includes matters pertaining to registration of courses, examinations, internal assessment and final grading of courses. However, the following rules and regulation govern the students of FES&T and FCE&MS in these matters.

GPA: The academic standing of a student, at the end of a semester, is referred to in terms of a grade-point average (GPA).

This is calculated by dividing the total number of earned grade points by the total number of credits registered in the semester. For a student to remain in good academic standing, one has to earn a minimum GPA of 2.00, 2.50 or 3.00 in Bachelor, Master or M. Phil / Ph. D degree programs respectively.

Academic Probation: Students are placed on academic probation at the end of any semester in which their semester GPA falls below the above specified limits. Such students may be required to register for fewer courses than the normal load in the following semester.

Dismissal: However, the student who continuously fails to obtain a minimum GPA of 2.00, 2.50 or 3.00 in Bachelor, Master or M. Phil / Ph. D degree programs, respectively, for two consecutive semesters may be dismissed from the University. Willful or deliberate absence from classes and from other instructional or laboratory sessions shall also be considered as a cause of dismissal. A student of postgraduate program of FM&AMS who fails to obtain a minimum of 60% marks in a subject in three consecutive attempts will be dismissed from the University.

Award of Degree: To qualify for the award of a degree, a student must pass all the required courses, complete the required credit hours and earn a cumulative grade point average (CPGA) of 2.00, 2.50 or 3.00 in Bachelor, Master or M Phil / Ph D degree programs, respectively. The students of Master, M Phil or Ph D programs will also have to successfully defend their dissertation or thesis to become eligible for award of the degree. To qualify for the award of a degree, a student of postgraduate program of FM&AMS must pass all the courses, complete the required credit hours and obtain at least 60% marks in each course. The students of Master, M Phil and Ph D programs are required to defend their dissertation/thesis to become eligible for award of degree.

INCOMPLETE GRADE

An incomplete (I) grade is given to students in a course if they do not complete coursework requirements within the prescribed time-limits, and the instructor is satisfied that this was because of circumstances beyond their control, and that only a minor component of the course is outstanding. The outstanding requirements, in such cases, are to be met at the beginning of the next semester, and the students themselves have to make arrangements for the completion of the course requirements with the concerned instructor(s). Failing this, an Incomplete (I) grade is automatically converted to an F grade. The grade point average of a student for a semester is calculated by excluding the Incomplete (I) grade, and it is re-calculated when a regular grade is awarded in that course.