Our Examinations

Continuous Evaluation through LMS:

• After completing the above activities the student would get access to the subject wise assignments.


Particular A1 (Objective Type) A2 (Subjective Type)
Weightage% 15% 15%
Marks 100 100
Passing Score 40 40
(12 out of 30 is Passing at Subject Level) Passing 40% at Subject Level

Assignment 1 (MCQ Based Objective Type Questions)

  • • The Assignment 1 would be conducted through the Learning Management System (LMS)
  • • The student would get 50 random questions of 2 marks each (100 marks).
  • • The said assignments are based on the course outcome for every subject. After clicking the timer is set at 1 hour and student need to attempt all 50 questions.
  • • The system evaluates the objective assignments and displays the scores to the students.
  • • In case the student is not able to achieve the 40% criteria the student has to re-attempt the said assignment.

Assignment 2 (Subjective Assessment):

  • • The subjective assignments are based on the course outcome for every subject. There would be 5 questions of 20 marks each. (Long Answers).
  • • The students would need to download the question paper from LMS and upload the response sheet on LMS in the permissible time limit.
  • • For Courses where Virtual Lab is applicable: Lab Based Assessments– There would be 2 virtual Lab based assignments. Students would download the lab assignments from LMS. The student would upload their lab-based assignments response sheets in the LMS in the permissible time limit and submit the same for evaluation.

Evaluation of Subjective Assignment:

  • • Assignment 2 – Subject Evaluation by the Faculty:
  • • The faculty would evaluate the assignments and assign scores to the said assignment.

Lab (For Applicable Courses):


The students download the lab assignments and uploads the lab assessment response sheet in LMS.
Weightage for Lab Assessments (where applicable):


Continuous Evaluation
Weightage% 15% 15%
Marks 100 100
Passing Score 40 40
40% Passing in each lab

Evaluation

  • • The evaluator enters the marks in the system for every subject for every student
  • • The objective type of questions is evaluated by the assessment engine itself.

Grading System:

  • • At the end of all evaluation components based on the performance of the student, each student is awarded based on an absolute grading system. As per the UGC norms, the list of absolute grades and its connotations are given below:

Grade Grade Points Range
O (Outstanding) 10 85 100
A+ (Excellent) 9 80 <85
A (Very Good) 8 65 <80
B+ (Good) 7 60 <65
B (Above Average) 6 52 <65
C (Average) 5 55 <50
P (Pass) 4 40 <45
F (Fail) 0 <40 -
AB (Absent) 0 -

B. Semester End Examinations:

The semester end examinations have 70% weightage.

  • • Based on the academic calendar of the university, the exam form would be opened through the website.
  • • The university controller of exams declares the exam date sheet (Timetable) for every subject based on various programs offered by the university
  • • The students must submit the exam form during this period for the forthcoming exam cycle. Refer Academic Calendar.

Examinations Conduction:

The semester end examinations have 70% weightage.

  • • Semester based examinations would be conducted at University Campus (Vaddeswaram, (Guntur Dt.) or Hyderabad off campus)
  • • The examination would be pen and paper-based exams.
  • • The duration for exams would be of 3 hours
  • • Results are declared within 45 days from last date of exam. Marksheets would be generated with 30 days from date of declaration of result.
  • • Refer Academic Calendar for details.

Project Guidelines:

The semester end examinations have 70% weightage.

  • • For the programs which have project work at the end of the course, the students need to submit a project report in a hard bound copy which should be couriered to the university.
  • • The Project Guide would be the immediate supervisor where the student is working and undertaken the said project.
  • • Project work would be around 80 to 100 pages as per the format provided by the university.
  • • The students should refer the project guidelines as provided by the university
  • • The hard copy of the said project needs to be submitted before the start of the final examination.
  • • Passing criteria for project work is 40% (Total Marks 100)
  • • Evaluation of Project:
  • Part - I

    1. Understanding of the subject, conceptualization of the Key areas and Innovative techniques/approach to problem scheme – 50 Marks

    Part - II

    2. Viva, Report Writing and Presentation – 50 Marks

    Total Marks – 100


Grade Book:

The semester end examinations have 70% weightage.

  • • Every subject would have continuous evaluation and semester end examination
  • • Weightage on every subject: Continuous Evaluation: 30% and Semester End Exams: 70%
  • • The continuous evaluation would be done through the learning management system, while the semester-end examinations would be conducted at university exam centres.
  • • The university follows the grading system for evaluation purpose please refer the university website for the same.
  • • The semester-end exams information would be mentioned on the university website and the same would be communicated to students well in advance.
  • • The score of Objective type of assignment (A1) would be displayed immediately after the assignments are submitted at the respective assignment tab in LMS as the same is system evaluated.
  • • The score of Subjective assignment (A2) would be displayed at the respective assignment tab in LMS only after the faculty has evaluated the scores.
  • • Lab Test as Applicable would be conducted similar to subjective assessment.
  • • After conduction of Exams, the online results would be declared by the university within 45 days of exam conduction.
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