Under the Semester system, introduced by the University of Jammu, the 3 year B.Sc./B.A Degree Programme shall be spread over 6 semesters, with 2 semesters in each year. On completion each semester will have an external examination which is referred to as 'End Semester Examination' which will be conducted and evaluated by the University of Jammu. Apart from this there will internal assessments tests for both Practicals and theory in every semester to be conducted by the College
Eligibility, Pass Percentage and Promotion Criteria under Semester System
i. A student shall be eligible for Semester End Examination provided he / she has attended not less than 75 % of the lectures delivered in each course in theory and in practical classes conducted separately.
ii. The minimum marks required to pass each paper in a Semester end examination shall be 36 % of the total marks in each theory paper, practical (wherever applicable) and Internal Assessment separately..
iii. A student will be eligible for promotion from semester I to II and from Semester III to IV and V to VI if he / she has
Secured pass marks in Internal Assessment of Semester I / III/V
Has appeared in at least one paper of Semester I/III / V examination.
iv. Similarly, a student shall be eligible for promotion from Semester II to III, and Semester IV to V
provided he / she has passed at least 50 % credits of theory and practical of Semester I / III as the
case may be.
Provided that a student who does not fulfill the promotion criteria iii and iv as above shall be
declared fail in the Semester concerned. However, he / she shall have the option to retain the marks
in the papers in which they have secured Pass marks.
A student who has to reappear in a paper / subject prescribed for Semester I to IV shall appear in the
subsequent examination to be held as per the dates notified by the University of Jammu.
vi. A student who has to reappear in a paper prescribed for Semester V and VI shall appear in the
Internal Assessment under CBCS pattern
20 % of the marks allotted to each theory paper and 50% of marks allotted to each practical paper are reserved for Internal Assessment.
There shall be one internal assessment test of 20 marks in all the subjects. Pattern for question paper shall be, one long answer type question of 10 marks and five short answer type questions of 2 marks each.
Out of total marks for Practical, 50 % are reserved for internal assessment. Internal Assessment marks for practical shall be distributed as 20% each for attendance and viva voce and 60% for day to day performance and internal test. The marks for attendance in practical shall be awarded on the basis of following scale: