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** (subject to correction if any by the University)

 (Refer Directions of Nagpur University under Section 14(8) of the Maharashtra University Act, 1994 which has come into effect from the date of this promulgation i.e. 18th June, 2001)

   

  • There shall be Four Yearly-Semester Pattern Examinations held by the University leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Engineering in respective branch in the faculty of Engineering & Technology
  • First Semester & Second Semester B.E. Examination shall be common for all the branches of Engineering in the University.
  • The examination shall be on the “Semester Pattern”(Six monthly).  There shall be one examination at the end of each semester conducted by the University, whereby in each academic year, there shall be two “Semester Examinations”. 
  • The Degree of Master of Computer Application shall be awarded to the examinee who in accordance with the provision of the ordinance qualifies himself/herself.
  • The Degree of Master of Technology shall be awarded to the examinee who in accordance with the provision of the ordinance qualifies himself/herself.
  • The period of academic session shall be such, as may be notified by the R.T.M.Nagpur University.
  • Subject to his/her compliance with the provisions of this ordinance (pertaining to examinations in General) in force from time to time, the applicant for admission, at the end of the course of study of a particular semester, to a higher examination, shall be eligible to appear at it, if :-

a)    he/she satisfies the conditions prescribed in the ATKT Rules revised and made applicable from time to time (Refer Table-4.4);

b)    he/she has complied with provisions of paragraphs 5,7,8,10 and 31 of ordinance No.6 relating to the Examinations in General;

c)    he/she has prosecuted a regular course of study in a college affiliated to the University;

d)    he/she has in the opinion of the Principal, shown satisfactory progress in his/her studies;

e)    He/she is not debarred under NFTE rule, as mentioned in Para (4.5).

                                                                  

  • That an examinee who has passed in any subject (Theory or Practical) or subjects shall, at his option, be exempted from appearing in that subject at the subsequent examination: - The ‘Theory’ and the Practical with their respective ‘College Assessment’ being separate heads of passing (though of the same subject), an examinee passing under any one of these, but failing in another, shall at his option, be entitled to get ‘Exemption’ in that part of the subject (either Theory or Practical), in which he as secured the pass marks.
  • The papers, the Practical’s and the College Assessments in which an examinee is to be examined, the maximum marks for these and the minimum marks which an examinee must obtain in order to pass in the subject and examination are detailed in the respective “Appendices”.
  • Assessment of College assessment marks for practical shall be done in two stages – ‘First’ at the end of the “First Term/Mid Semester, as the case may be” which shall be out of 40% of the total” College Assessment marks, and shall be intimated to the student, and the “Second” at the end of the Semester/Academic Term as the case may be for remaining 60% of marks.
  • The minimum aggregate marks required for passing at the V/VI/VII and VIII semester Examinations shall be 45%
  • The minimum aggregate marks required for passing per paper in MCA is 40 % including internals.
  • The minimum aggregate marks required for passing per paper in MTECH is 50 %  including internals.
  • An examinee who does not pass, or who fails to present himself/herself for the examination shall be eligible for ‘Readmission’ to the same examination, on payment of a fresh fee and such other fees as may be prescribed from time to time.
  • An unsuccessful examinee, at any of the above examinations, shall have an option to carry his/her “College Assessment Marks” for Theory/Practical examination to his/her successive attempt at the examination.  The examinee however can forego his/her College Assessment marks in a subject or subjects; in which case he/she shall be examined for a total of marks comprising the Theory/Practical examination and College Assessment together, at his/her successive attempts at the examination.  Such an option may be availed by the examinee by indicating the same in his/her “Application for the examination” and the option once exercised, it shall be “Final and Binding” on the examinee concerned.
  • Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this ordinance, no one shall be admitted to an examination under this ordinance, if he/she has already passed the same examination or an equivalent examination thereto of any statutory University.
  • The examinees who have passed in all the ‘subjects’ prescribed for all the “Examinations” shall be eligible for award of the Degree of Bachelor of Engineering in respective branch in the faculty of Engineering & Technology.
  • The classification of Division of Examinees for the award of degree of BE shall be based on aggregate of marks obtained in last four semesters for B.E. i.e. V, VI, VII, VIII semester.
  • The Degree of Bachelor of Engineering shall be awarded to an examinee, who in accordance with the provisions of the Ordinance qualifies himself/herself.

 

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