Academic-Examination2017-2018

Examination Scheme

The External examination of Part A Theory Components will be semester end examination and the Internal assessment of Semester wise Part B Practicum as well as that of Part A Theory Component will be submitted at the end of each semester. The aggregate of marks obtained in each year for Theory cum Practicum (i.e. Part A & Part B) shall be converted into Grades as given in the scheme R4257.

The marks obtained by a student in a course shall be indicated by a grade point and a letter grade as follows :

% of marks obtained by the Student Grade Points Letter Grade
70-100 7 O
60-69.99 6 A
55-59.99 5 B
50-54.99 4 C
45-49.99 3 D
40-44.99 2 E
0-39.99 1 F

The Principal shall forward to the University the Semester wise original marks awarded to every candidate in the Internal assessment of Part B Practicum and Part A Theory Component as per the format provided by the university at the Semester end which will be scrutinized by the Coordination Committee appointed as under 0.5177

For the purpose of co-ordination of Internal Assessment in Part A & Part B there shall be a Coordination Committee consisting of:

  • Chairman Board of Studies in Education.
  • Chairperson, B.Ed. Examination of the concerned year.
  • Two Principals, who are not the members of the Board of Studies in Education nominated every year by the Chairman of the B.O.S. in Education Three members of Board of Studies in Education who are not included in the above categories, nominated every year by the Chairman of the Board of Studies of Education.

The committee shall go through Internal Assessment marks and grades awarded to students of different Colleges of Education at the end of each Semester. If any discrepancy is found in the standard of marking and/or grading by college, the Principal concerned would be required to accordingly modify the marks as per the directions given by the Coordination Committee. The Committee is authorized to check all the internal work of the students of all the College to verify the marks awarded by the College and make the necessary changes wherever required.

ATKT (Allowed To Keep Term)

A student shall be allowed to keep terms for Year II irrespective of number of heads of failure in the Year I. The result of Year II shall be kept in abeyance until the student passes each of the courses in Part A & Part B for Year I & Year II.

The performance of the student shall be evaluated in two parts in each semester through internal assessment and external assessment:

  1. Internal assessment by way of continuous evaluation of the course areas of Practicum and Theory (Part A and Part B) as envisaged in the credit based system by way of participation of students in various Internal Assessment work per semester of the B.Ed. programme.
  2. Semester End Assessments by way of assessing the performance of the student in the semester end theory / written examination.
  • A candidate who has completed 2 Years of the B.Ed. Degree Examination but who has either not appeared for ‘Theory Component’ (Part A), will be permitted at his/her option to carry forward the grade obtained in ‘Practicum’ (Part B) to two subsequent semester examination. The candidate will appear only for the course/s he/she has failed. Candidates exercising this option shall be eligible for the grade.
  • A candidate who has passed in ‘Theory’ (Part A) but has not completed or failed in ‘Practicum’ (Part B) will be permitted at his/her option to carry forward the marks obtained in ‘Theory’ to two subsequent semester examination. The candidate is required to revise his grade in the ‘Practicum’ (Part B) only in areas he / she has not completed or failed. Candidate exercising this option shall be eligible for the grade.
  • A candidate who fails in ‘Theory’ (Part A) and fails in ‘Practicum’ (and Part B), will berequired to put in 50% attendance in the subsequent year at the College from which he appeared for the University Examination and completes the work of ‘Practicum’ (Part B) in which he /she has failed and reappears in the theory course of ‘Theory’(Part A).

Note: If a candidate gets less than 2 grade points in either Semester – I or Semester – II, he/she will be declared ‘Fail’ in spite of the total grade being 4 or more for that year. If a candidate gets less than 2 grade points in either Semester – III or Semester – IV, he/she will be declared ‘Fail’ in spite of the total grade being 4 or more for that year.

Duration of the examination (Theory) – Written exam will be of Two and a half Hours duration for 70 marks for the given Question Paper Pattern.

  • For core courses out of 9 questions answer any 5 and question 9 is compulsory which is short notes (any 4)
  • For courses with sections the pattern will be such that in each section attempt any three from five questions and a question on short notes (any 1) which is compulsory.