Teaching and Evaluation

Teaching and Evaluation

Course(s) taught by a single instructor (theory) is referred to as single section course and course(s) taught by group of instructors in more than one section is referred to as multi-section courses.

The teacher for single section course or associated with multi-section courses is referred to as Instructor.

In case of multi-section courses designates one of the instructors as Instructor-in-charge.

A team of instructors, under the leadership of Instructor-in-charge, works together to meet all requirements of teaching, evaluation and administrative aspects of the course. The Instructor-in-charge has the responsibility of conducting the course with the cooperation of all instructors as a team.

Course handout should be given to the students on the first day of the class.

The process of evaluation will be continuous throughout the semester and involves components such as sessional tests, quizzes, surprise quiz, assignments, and practical examination constituting a total weightage of 60% of total marks.

A student can register for a maximum of THREE (03) Courses during summer term.

Comprehensive Examination will carry a total weightage of 40% of total marks.

In order to maintain transparency in evaluation, the evaluated answer sheets will be shown to the students within one week of conducting the exam. If a student is not convinced with the marks awarded he/she can apply for recheck. However, the student can apply for recheck on the day of returning the answer sheet within the classroom only.

It is the responsibility of the Instructor-in-charge to display solution key on the notice board immediately after the evaluation component with evaluation scheme. The Instructor should stick to the marking scheme announced while checking the answer sheets.

Submission of final Grades to the Controller of Examination is the sole responsibility of the Instructor-in-charge.

It shall be the responsibility of the individual student attends all evaluation components. However due to medical exigencies if a student cannot appear for any evaluation component, must immediately approach the instructor-in-charge so that the instructor-in-charge, if he is satisfied as to the bonafide of the request, can forward the request to Dean of School concerned. If, on a rare occasion, a student anticipates a genuine difficulty of meeting the date of the component of evaluation, he would do well to take his instructor-in-charge into confidence prior to the event. The decision of the Dean of the concerned School in all matters of make up shall be final.

Controller of Examination will arrange for make-up of evaluation component on scheduled date.