EXAMINATION

 

 COLLEGE EXAMINATION RULES

1.    Dues of different Sections : Hostel/ Library/Laboratory and others, if  any, must be cleared up by the students before commencement of Test/Annual Examination.

2.    Students are not allowed to change their subject / subjects without the permission

       of the  authority

3.    For promotion to next higher classes students are required to secure a minimum percentage of mark ( as decided by staff council) in the Annual Examination.  If the  staff  council  so  desires,  it  may  recommend  for  conducting  a  special examination  for those who have secured below  marks in subject /subjects for which they are to deposit an additional  examination fee  as decided by the staff council. This examination stands compulsory for all those who have not appeared or secured below marks in any subject/subjects.

4.    A fine is to be collected for absence in the examination.  The amount of fine for

5.    one subject / subjects will be decided by staff council. A re-examination will be conducted for absentees.

6.    The Examination Rules are subject to change as per decision of staff council as

      and when necessary.

 

 

 

Attendance of Lectures:

1.                               A candidate shall be required to have 75% of the lectures, tutorials and practical classes, taken separately, in each subject during each academic year and condonation in exceptional cases may be granted by the college to the extent of 15%.

2.                               The syndicate may grant further condonation of shortage in attendance to the extend of 10% in respect of candidates who represented the University of National Camp competition in games or sports, to be recorded in writing.

3.                               A candidate may be permitted to takeup one of the M.I.L. as specified under clauses 14.3. of these regulation without the requirement of attendance at lectures, If a college in which he or she is admitted in not affiliated in that subject.

4.                               The University considers applications for the condonation of shortage in attendance only in exceptional cases recommended by the Principal. Condonation can be allowed if the attendance is between 60 and 70%.

5.                               A candidate failing to pass the University Examination may appear at the same examination again as a non-collegiate candidate, without further attendance at lecturers in one or more subsequent years, if he/she produces a certificate from the Principal of the college from which he/she last appeared stating that nothing is known to the Principal against his/her moral character. If he/she offers any subject for which a practical examination is prescribed he/she should also produce a certificate to the effect that he/she has taken a further course of practical work at a college in each such subject for at least one month before the commencement of the examination at which he/she is to appear.

Registration:

Every student of the college is a registered student of the Utkal University on admission into the college into +3 Degree class or after migration from another University a student pays the requisite fees for registration. The registration is essential for permission, to face the University Examination.

 

Regulation for the Bachelor of Arts, Science and Commerce Examination : (STARTING FROM 2002-2003)

     The Three Year Degree Course leading to the Bachelor’s Degree in Arts/ Science/ Commerce of Utkal University shall be spread over period of three academic years. A candidate for the       Bachelor’s degree in Arts/ Science/Commerce shall be required to pass the following examinations.

i)       First University Examination

ii)       Second University Examination.

iii)        Final University Examination.

     A candidate shall be eligible to appear the second and final University examination only if he/she has registered for the first and second University examination respectively. However, his/ her result shall not be published unless he/she has passed in the First and Second University examination respectively.

     A candidate for the Bachelors Degree in Arts, Science and Commerce Examinations shall be required to enroll himself / herself, under these regulations as a student in one of the college affiliated to this University.

APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION TO EXAMINATION

1.                               Candidate for admission to the First/Second/Final examination in Arts,Science shall specify the subject/papers as the case may be in which he/she desires to be examined for the pass and Honours examination in the form of application prescribed for the purpose.

2.                           The application submitted by every candidate for admission to any examination, other than the back subject(s) papers in Arts/Science shall contain a certificate of the candidate (s) (i) good conduct, (ii) diligent study, (iii) having maintained the required percentage of attendance in each class or having obtained condonation for the shortage or attendance if it is within the admissible range, & (iv) having satisfactorily passed the periodical and test examination conducted by the college concerned, duly signed by the Principal or in any teacher of the college authorised for the purpose by the Principal of the college. Failure to earn any of the aforesaid certificates form the Principal of the college will disqualify the candidate for being admitted to the examination till he earns the same .

3.                               The fees payable for Registration / admission to any examination, under this regulation shall be prescribed form time to time.

4.                               If a candidate has paid full fees for all the subjects in any examination, but remained absent in all the subjects, he / she shall be required to pay the full prescribed fees.

 

if he / she appears at the same examination again in the subsequent year(s)

DROPPING OF HONOURS COURSE :

1 A candidate taking Honours Course initially in a subject may choose in writing to drop the Honours Course in the same subject at the time of submitting his application for the First Examination or earlier and he/she then appears subsequent examination

MIGRATION :

Any candidate who has been registered as such in any other University of the state will be permitted to migrate to this University to register either for the First, Second or the Final Examination of this University in such case the mark obtained by his/her in the First or Second Examination, as the case may be, of the other University will be taken as the marks obtained by him/her for the result as per the provision of the regulation Act and statute .

ENTRY OF NAMES IN REGISTERS :

The name and roll number of every student are recorded in the register for general lectures and in the appropriate tutorial/practical registers. In case the student finds that his/her name is not entered in the appropriate register, he/she should bring the fact to the notice of the Principal at once in writing. The Principal will not entertain at a later stage any complaint that he/she has fallen short of the prescribed percentage of attendance because his/her name was not entered in the appropriate register in time .

DURATION OF PERIOD AND PRACTICAL GROUP:

For +3 Arts/Science/Commerce (Pass & Honours) each period shall be of maximum of 45 minutes duration. Each practical class may cover a minimum of 3 periods. Each tutorial / practical group will consist of a maximum of 16 students. A general group class will have a maximum of 128 students.

PUBLICATION OF RESULTS

1. The result of the three years+3 Arts, Science and Commerce. Degree Examinations and the classes to be awarded shall be determined on the basis of the combined result of First, second and Final Examination taken together

2a. As soon as possible preferably within 45 days after the completion of Final Examination (Theory Paper) The syndicate shall publish a list of successful candidate based on the marks of First, second and Final Examination.

b.              There shall be separate list for candidates of Pass and Honours in each stream of Arts, Science, Commerce.

c.               The list of those candidate who pass in the 1st Class in the Honours Courses of a particular subject shall be arranged in order of merit, and the list of all other successful candidates of the Honours Course of that subject shall be arranged alphabetically and college wise. In case of successful Honours candidate obtaining distinction it shall be mentioned against his/her name in the list.

d.              Candidates who pass in their 1st appearances and in one session will be placed above those who pass with back paper clearance in the merit list.

e.               The list of candidates who pass the pass courses shall be arranged college wise according to the roll numbers. In case a candidate has obtained Distinction, it shall be mentioned against his/her name.

f.                Each successful candidate at the Final examination of the 3 years Degree Course shall receive a certificate in prescribed form signed by the Vice-Chancellor.

SPECIAL PROVISION FOR SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES.                                                                   

1.(a) A candidate who has passed the 3 year degree Final B.A/B.Sc./ B.Com (pass Examination under Utkal University securing a minimum of 45% marks in the aggregate can appear in Honours examination in only one of the pass subjects offered by him/her in pass course, subject to provision of 5.3.f. provided that he/ she has secured a minimum of 45% in aggregate in that pass paper.

b)              In subjects where practical courses are offered, a candidate shall undergo practical training for a period of six months and submit a certificate at the time of submitting the final application form to that effect from the Principal /HOD of a college where such subject is taught up to honours level.

c)               A candidate improving his/her performance under this provision will be examined on the basis of syllabus prevailing at the time of his/her first registration to First Degree Examination.

 
 


Attendance :

A candidate shall be required to attend 75% of the attendance prescribed by the institution of the lectures and tutorials or practical class taken separately during the year and condonation may be granted only to the extend of 15% in exceptional cases:

Provided that the Council may grant condonation of shortage in attendance to the extent of 5% when candidates represent the institution for specific purpose to be recorded in writing.

 

Lectures, Tutorials, Practical for General Course  :

i)     In every institution affiliated in a subject to the Higher Secondary Examination, except the vocational courses, provision shall be made for lectures per week in one subject and one tutorial or practical class. However, in Biology provision shall be made for four lecture classes two in Botany and two in Zoology per week.

ii)      A lecture or tutorial class shall be between 45 and 90 minute duration.

Courses of Study  :

iii)               Practical class shall be between 135 and 180 minutes of duration.

iv)    a)  A practical/tutorial group will have maximum student strength of 24 per teacher.

b)     A practical class can be of one or more groups depending upon the available Laboratory facilities.

c)     Practical classes in Education shall be two per week per group.

d)     For +2 Commerce course there should be four tutorial classes, i.e. three for the compulsory subjects and one for optional subjects per group in place of seven tutorial classes.

f)  There should be one tutorial class in English at the +2 stage.

Duration  of Examination

Each written paper on every subject in Arts, Science or commerce, where there is no provision for practical examination shall be of three hours duration and shall carry 100 marks. In subjects where there is a provision for practical examination each written papers shall be of three hours duration and carry 75 marks and the practical examination of three hours duration shall carry 50marks. In Biology there shall be one theory paper each in Botany and Zoology for three hours duration carrying 75 marks and in practical, there shall be one examination for each of Botany and Zoology for three hours duration carrying 25 marks each.

Pass Mark :

i)     The pass mark in written and practical shall be 30% and 40% of the maximum marks respectively in that subject or group of subjects. The pass mark in the aggregate shall be 35 percent.

ii)      If a candidate has passed in the compulsory and optional subjects and also in the aggregate the marks, if any which he obtains in excess of the minimum pass mark in the extra optional subject shall be added to his aggregate and the aggregate so obtained shall determine his division.

Special Rule for Pass :

i)   A candidate who has failed in one subject only not more than five marks in that subject shall be allowed to pass, if he has obtained 50 percent or more in the aggregate.

ii)   In order to determine the division in which a candidate who is allowed to pass under clause (i) shall be placed the numberof marks by which he has in the subject shall be deducted from his aggregate and the division determined accordingly.

iii)   If a candidate passes in the aggregate and in all subjects except the practical examination in one subject only, his deficiency in the practical paper shall be diminished by addition of one mark for every complete ten marks secured by him in the corresponding written papers in excess of minimum pass marks, subject to a maximum deficiency of seven marks and the number of marks by which he has failed in the practical examination shall be deducted from the marks obtained in theory so that the total mark secured in the subject remains unaltered.

Standard of I, II & III Divisions :

Candidates obtaining not less than 60% of the total marks (aggregate) shall be placed in the first division, those who obtain less than 60% but 50% or above shall be placed in the second division and all other successful candidates shall be placed in the third division.

Instant Examination

From the academic session 1998-1999, the CHSE has provided for instant examination. An examinee who has secured at least 210 marks in total excluding 4th optional and has failed in a single subject, is entitled to face the instant examination.

 

Final Degree Examination 2016

(2013 Admission Batch)

 

Sl.no.

SUBJECT

APPEARED

PASSED

1ST CLASS

2ND CLASS

3RD CLASS

TOTAL

DISTINCTION

1ST CLASS

DISTINCTION

2ND CLASS

GD

GEN GWH

1

ECONOMICS

16

14

01

--

03

09

--

01

14

2

EDUCATION

14

12

02

10

--

--

--

--

12

3

ENGLISH

14

13

--

--

02

11

--

--

13

4

HISTORY

15

14

--

--

05

09

--

--

14

5

ODIA

13

10

02

01

--

06

--

01

10

6

POL SCIENCE

16

12

04

--

03

05

--

--

12

7

SOCIOLOGY

13

12

04

01

02

05

--

--

12

8

+3 ARTS PASS

139

112

--

--

--

--

11

101

112

9

BOTANY

14

12

02

05

--

05

--

--

12

10

CHEMISTRY

16

15

05

09

--

01

--

--

15

11

MATHEMATICS

13

11

05

05

--

01

--

--

11

12

PHYSICS

16

12

04

07

--

01

--

--

12

13

STATISTICS

12

11

01

10

--

--

--

--

11

14

ZOOLOGY

12

12

06

05

--

01

--

--

12

15

+3 SCIENCE PASS

35

27

--

--

--

--

07

20

27

16

ACCOUNTING

14

11

01

04

--

07

--

--

11

17

+3 COMMERCE PASS

45

35

--

--

--

--

--

35

35

 

 

Name of the Best Hons Graduates 2016

 

 

Sl.

1.

Subjects

Education

Name of Candidates

Smrutishree Pradhan

Marks Secqured

603

Division

1st

2.

Economics

Krishnapriya Behera

486

2nd

3.

English

Krishna Kumari Sutar

389

2nd

4.

History

Jayaprakash Behera

458

2nd

5.

Odia

Harapriya Samal

511

1st

6.

Political Science

Prafulla kumar Das

494

1st

7.

Sociology

Sthitaprajna Das

513

2nd

8.

Botany

Diptimayee Das

576

1st

9.

Chemistry

Debi Prasad Das

588

1st

10.

Mathematics

Pujasmita Samantray

678

1st

11.

Physics

Gopal Biswal

583

1st

12.

Zoology

Swapnaprabha Das

577

1st

13.

Statistics

Kalingh Kanya Parida

633

 

 

 

14. 

 Commerce

Shubhashree Shubhasmita

644

 

 

 

 

 

RESULTS - 2014

                                                           +2 Stream


Name of

the Class

No. of candidate aaaaaaappeared

appeared

passed

1st

2nd

3rd

Total

Arts

248

27

54

48

147

Science

128

24

45

58

21

Commerce

87

01

02

09

54

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CHSE  RESULT 2016(Highest Mark)

Topper (Arts)                 Sarojini mallik - 455 Marks

Topper (Science)           Biswajit Lenka - 487 Marks

Topper (Commerce)         Balaram Nayak - 411 Marks

 

        RESULTS - 2014

 

Class

No. of Candidates appeared

No. of Candidates passed

% of Pass

+3 Arts

F.D. Exam

 

61

 

47

 

77.05%

+3 Science

23

15

65.22%

+3 Commerce

51

35

68.63%

 

 

                                       +3 PASS

 

Class

No. of Candidates appeared

No. of Candidates passed

% of Pass

+3 Arts

F.D. Exam

 

61

 

47

 

77.05%

+3 Science

23

15

65.22%

+3 Commerce

51

35

68.63%