Examination


DEPARTMENT OF EXAMINATION
EXAMINATION RULES

Sir Vithaldas Thackersey College of Home Science is an Autonomous and conducted college of SNDT Women’s University. As an Autonomous college it has separate Department of Examinations with Controller of Examinations (COE) and Deputy Controller of Examinations (Deputy, COE). The department regulates and conducts all the examinations of the three years degree program in seven specializations of Home Science and all Self Finance Programs of the college. The results are declared within the stipulated time period as per the University norms. For each course Internal and External (Final) evaluation is done. Weightage for internal and External (Final) is 50: 50.
INTERNAL and EXTERNAL EXAMINATIONS:
Internals and Externals are separate heads of passing. Students have to secure the
minimum passing marks (40%) in internals and externals separately. For all the
courses as per the protocol of internal evaluation is carried out in following ways-

  1. PART 1- UNIT TEST OF 25 MARKS
        PART 2- Project/Quiz/ Presentation/ Group Work/Report etc- OF 25 Marks.

    • It is mandatory for all the students to appear for the PART 1- Unit Test of 25 marks.
    • It is mandatory for all the students to appear for minimum 40% of 25 marks (10 marks) Project/Quiz/Assignment/ Presentation/ Role play etc of PART 2.
    • Students not appearing for PART 1 (Unit Test of 25 marks) and for more than 10 marks in PART 2 (Project/Quiz/Assignment/ Presentation/ Role play) will be declared “FAILED IN INTERNAL” and will not be allowed to appear for Final Exam. They should clear the internals in the following semester to be eligible to appear for the final examination in that course.
  2. Continuous Internal Assessment (CIA).
    The work done in every class will be evaluated. If a student remains absent for any class, she will be marked “Ab” and awarded “ZERO” marks for that particular class.

Students have to secure the minimum passing marks (40%) in internals. Those students who fail to secure the minimum passing marks in the internal will not be eligible to appear for the final examinations in that course. They should clear the internals in the following semester to be eligible to appear for the final examination in that course. If practical examination is conducted in more than one part, it is compulsory to appear for all the parts of practical examination. The duration of final semester examination of 50 marks will be TWO hoursThe duration of Unit Test examination of 25 marks will be ONE hours

REPEAT TEST
Repeat unit test (theory) will be given only In case if a student remains absent for Unit test on medical ground (college doctor’s certificate is must) or in case of death in the family (parents or sibling) or when representing college for extracurricular activity. In case of Practical, repeat test will be given (on above ground) Only if “OUT OF TURN” is available. Quiz will not be repeated for any reason except representing the college for extracurricular activity. Examination committee will check the eligibility and take the decision based on documents submitted by student. Students should intimate the college about sickness within 3 days of their absence. Students should submit medical certificate, Doctor’s prescription, pathological reports, hospital admission and discharge certificate and bills along with medical/fitness certificate from college doctor immediately after she resumes the college.

STANDARD OF PASSING:
It will be 40% as defined by the Faculty of Home science, S.N.D.T. Women’s University, Mumbai.

Allowed To Keep Terms (A.T.K.T.):
Maximum 12 cr. will be allowed to carry forward.

STANDARD FOR GRACE MARKS :
For each semester examination a maximum of 1% of the total Theory marks of that semester (If the number comes to a fraction less than 0.5, it will be rounded off to the immediate lower digit. If the number is 0.5 or more, it will be rounded off to the next immediate higher digit) can be given as grace marks for passing in the course head. These marks can be given all in ONE course or SPREAD ACROSS ALL COURSES. For example, if the total Theory marks in a semester is of 600 marks then, a maximum of 6 marks grace can be given in the total. All the 6 marks grace can be given in one course or can be divided among all the courses wherever the student has failed to get the required minimum marks to pass.

    1. Up to 0.5 % of the total marks of that Semester can be given to bring the total up to 70 % (A+ grade). Fraction will be treated as mentioned above.
    2. The aggregate grade will be given on the basis of marks secured in the Specialization courses/marks secured in all six semester. The Degree will be awarded by the S.N.D.T. WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY, MUMBAI.
    3. Grace Marks For ATKT Exams-A maximum of only 3 grace marks will be given each in only 2 courses

ADMISSION TO VARIOUS SEMESTERS WILL BE AS FOLLOWS:

      1. Admission to 2ndSemester is given provided a student is not failing in more than 12 cr. of 1st semester.
      2. Admission to 3rdSemester is given provided a student is not failing in more than12 cr. of 1st 2nd semester together.
      3. Admission to 4thSemester is given provided a student is not failing in more than 12 Cr. of 1st , 2ndand 3rd semester together.
      4. Admission to 5thSemester is given provided a student has passed in all heads of passing in 1st and 2nd Semester and is not failing in more than 12 cr. of 3rd and 4thsemester taken together.
      5. Admission to 6th Semester is given provided a student is not failing in more than 12 cr. of 3rd, 4th and 5thsemester taken together.

REPEATER STUDENTS:
a) In case of failing, a student can reappear for that paper for FOUR times more.
So the total number of turns will be 1 original + 4 repeat.
b) In case of change in syllabi or restructure of the course, examination for old course will be conducted for Theory THREE and for practical FIVE academic years. Student, who does not clear backlog of theory papers in THREE years and practical in FIVE years, will have to enroll under the new pattern at respective semester.

DUPLICATE MARK SHEET-
Duplicate mark sheet will be issued only on submitting an affidavit from notary on 100/- Rs. Stamp paper and Rs. 100/- will be charged as fees for each semester mark sheet.

UNFAIR MEANS DURING THE EXAMINATION :-
If a student is found using unfair means or assisting in unfair means

a) During the unit test-the performance in that particular course will be treated null and void. Student will be debarred for that particular course for one year (two semesters). After one year student will be allowed to appear for unit tests and final examination of that particular course. Student will be allowed to appear for unit tests and final examination of other courses.
b) During Final examination–
The case will be forwarded to the Director of Examination and Evaluation SNDT women’s University for further action as per the norms.

TRANSCRIPT
Transcript will be issued within 45 days after submission of form/ application letter along with copy ofmark sheets of all 6 semesters. Fee charged for the same is Rs. 850/- for a set of 8 copies.

VERIFICATION OF MARKSHEETS
Verified mark sheets will be issued within 45 days after submission of form/ application letter. Fee charged for the same is Rs. 500/-.

FEES
All fees applicable will be charged as per SNDT Women’s University Rules.

CONVOCATION CERTIFICATE
The students are requested to contact the Examination Department of SNDT Women’s University Juhu Campus, Mumbai for convocation certificate.

GRADING SYSTEM

GRADE

GRADE

PERCENTAGE

MARKS- EQUIVALENT GRADE POINT

POINT

EQUVALENT

O+(Outstanding)

10.00

90.00– 100

90 to 100 – 10.00

O ( Exemplary)

9.00

to

80.00

89.99

80–9.00

83

9.30

86

9.60

89 – 9.90

9.99

81– 9.10

84

9.40

87

9.70

82– 9.20

85- 9.50

88

9.80

A +(Excellent)

8.00

to

70.00—79.99

70

8.00

73

8.30

76

8.60

79 – 8.90

8.99

71

8.10

74

8.40

77

8.70

72

8.20

75

8.50

78

8.80

A (very Good)

7.00

to

60.00

69.99

60

7.00

63

7.30

66

7.60

69 – 7.90

7.99

61

7.10

64

7.40

67

7.70

62

7.20

65

7.50

68

6.80

B + (Good)

6.00

to

55.00

59.99

55—6.00

57

6.40

58

6.60

59 – 6.80

6.99

56

6 .20

B ( Above Average)

5. 50 to

50.00

54.99

50

5.50

52

5.70

53

5.80

54 – 5.90

5.99

51

5.60

C (Average)

5.00 to

45.00

49.99

45—5.00

47

5.20

48

5.30

49 –5.40

5.49

46

5.10

P (Pass)

4.00

to

40.00

44.99

40

4.00

42

4.40

43

4.60

44 – 4.80

4.99

41

4.20

F ( Fail)

0

<=39.99

0 – 39.00

to 3.99

AB (Absent)

0

AB

AB – 0.00

No. of credits of the course X GP obtained in the course = Total GP

∑ (Grade point X credit)
________________________ = Grade Points Average (GPA)
Total of Credits of all courses

Conversion for Grade Point Average (GPA)

Range of Grade Point

Average

Average

Grade

10.00

O +

9.00 to 9.99

O

8.00 to 8.99

A+

7.00 to 7.99

A

6.00 to 6.99

B+

5.50 to 5.99

B

5.00 to 5.49

C

4.00 to 4.99

p

0 to 3.99

E