75% attendance is compulsory for all regular students in each semester, failing which the student will not be eligible to write the external examination at the end of each semester examination..
a) Standard of passing for each subject and overall in the faculty of Arts / Commerce will be 35% at B.Com I./B.A.I
b) The examination for each semester will be for 600 marks total with six subject heads.
c) Each subject head will carry 100 marks consisting of internal exam (25 marks) and external exam (75 marks). Internal exam may include written tests, written assignments, orals, field work etc.
d) The minimum qualifying marks for the internal will be 09 out of 25 and the minimum qualifying marks for the external will be 26 out of 75.
e) Students who fail to secure the minimum marks of 09 in a subject head in the internal exam will not qualify to appear the external examination of 75 marks in that subject head at the end of the semester.
f) Admission from semester I to semester II will be automatic regardless of the number of subject heads in which a student may have failed. But admission to semester Ill (BA/B. Corn ll) : will be given provided; the student is not failing in more than five subject heads (40% of total subject heads) in semester I and semester II taken together.
Not more than 40% heads of passing will be carried forward. 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. For example 2.48 will become 2 and 2.5 or 2.51 will become 3. For example, if the total number of papers in Semester I and II put together is 12 then, a student can be allowed to keep terms in 5 or less than 5 papers. A.T.K.T. rule is applicable at the U.G.
STANDARD OF GRACING:
a) For each Semester exam (College level as well as University level) a maximum of 1 % of the total marks of that Semester (if the number is a fraction less than 0.5 it will be rounded off to the immediate lower digit and it is 0.5 or more it will be rounded off to the next immediate higher digits) can be given as grace marks for passing in the subject head. These marks can be given all in one subject or spread across all subjects. For example, if the total semester is for 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 subject or can be divided equally among all the subjects wherever the student has failed to get the required minimum marks to pass.
b) Up to 0.5% of the total marks of that Semester can be given to bring the total up to 60%. Fraction will be treated as given in (a) For example, if the total semester is for 600 marks then, maximum of 3 marks grace can be given in the total.