Examination and Valuation

There are two components in the valuation and assessment of a student – internal and external. These are implemented through

Continuous Internal Assessment (CIA) during the semester for 25 marks.

Semester Examination (SE) at the end of the semester for 75 marks.

The maximum marks for each subject shall be hundred unless specified otherwise. Each under-graduate programme consists of 6 semesters. Each post-graduate programme consists of 4 semesters for Arts and Science subjects and 6 semesters for application oriented subjects.

CONTINUOUS INTERNAL ASSESSMENT (CIA)

The CIA consists of three components – (i) two organized written tests, (ii) the second component and (iii) Attendance.

i)  Organized written tests

There will be two written tests (Mid-semester and End-Semester) of 2 hours duration each and carries 75 marks. Organized written tests component carry 40% for UG (60% for PG) of the marks of the CIA. Syllabus of minimum 2 units shall be included for each written test. Any re-test is permitted by the Principal only for special reasons.

ii)  The second component

40% of marks (for both UG and PG) will be distributed among the various types of work provided to students by the teacher-in-charge of the course. The type of work is left to the initiative of the teacher-in-charge of the course and approved by the Head of the Department concerned. It is expected that the staff member in-charge of the course explains the modalities of the evaluation adopted for each subject (assignment, seminar, viva voce, mini project, group discussion, field visit etc.). If only one type of work is done, there would be a minimum of two such exercises per semester for each paper.

iii)  Attendance

For UG Students upto 20% of the CIA marks are given for attendance graded up from the minimum requirement. There is no attendance mark for the PG courses.

There is no provision for improvement in CIA.

SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS (SE)

A student should register himself / herself to appear for the semester examinations by payment of the prescribed fee.

The semester examination will be in the form of comprehensive examination covering the entire syllabus in each subject. It will be of 3 hours duration for part I, II & III subjects and 2 hours for part IV subjects.

VALUATION

There shall be single valuation for both Under-Graduate and Post-Graduate examinations. The panel of examiners consists of internal and external examiners.

The valuation will be centralized.

A student has a maximum period of 5 years from the date of admission to clear all the subjects prescribed for the programme at the time of his/her admission. After the fifth year, to complete the programme, the student has to appear for an examination in the same / equivalent paper under the revised syllabus structure.

Fraction of final marks in CIA and SE shall be rounded off to the nearest integer.

REVALUATION

A student can apply for the photocopy of answer script, if needed, on payment of the prescribed fee.

A student can apply for revaluation of any paper, on payment of the prescribed fee, if it is the first appearance in the paper. Receipt of photocopy of the answer script is a pre-requisite for revaluation.

Note: Any grievance regarding CIA and SE can be reported to the Controller of Examinations in writing.

Office of the COE

As an autonomous college, St. Joseph’s College of Arts & Science follows the semester pattern with Choice Based Credit System requiring 3 years of study for an under-graduate degree programme and 2 years of study for a post-graduate programme in Arts & Science and 3 years of study for application oriented post-graduate degree programme. The duration of each semester is 90 working days.

The college has obtained Autonomous status and opted for Choice Based Credit System for the students admitted in UG and PG courses from the Academic Year 2008 – 2009. The objectives of the credit system are
To provide mobility and flexibility for the students within and outside the department;
To provide broad-based education
To provide students scope to acquire extra credits;
To impart to students more job-oriented skills; and
To make any course multidisciplinary in approach

Chair Person    : Rev. Fr. G. Peter Rajendiram M.A.,M.Sc.,M.Ed.,M.Phil.,

                          Secretary

Controller of Examinations : Dr. P. Marie Arockianathan M.Sc.,M.Phil.,Ph.D., PGDHRM.,

                                                               Professor & Head, Dept of Biochemistry

                                                                                   E-Mail: [email protected]


Results

M.Phil Results February 2017 click here.

Instant Examination Results June 2017 click here.

April 2017 Results Click Here.

Revaluation results -April 2017 click here.

Circulars

Revised equivalent paper codes for the batch 2008-10. B.Sc. Maths, B.Sc. Physics, B.Sc. ChemistryB.Sc. Microbiology, B.Sc. Computer Science, B.C.A, B.A History, B.B.M, B.Com & M.Com, M.C.A, M.Sc. IT, Tamil.

Syllabus for Revised Codes:

B.Sc. Maths Accounting for Business, Allied Physics.

B.Sc. Physics Basics of Newtonian and Classical Mechanics, Electricity & Magnetism, Laser and Fiber Optic Communication, Numerical Methods & Computer Programming.

B.Sc. Chemistry Allied Physics.

B.Sc. Microbiology Solid Waste Management, Classical Genetics & Bio-statistics.

B.Sc. Computer Science Programming in C, Fundamentals of Algorithms, Programming in C++, Fundamentals of Data Structures, Java Programming, Advanced Java Programming, Software Engineering.

B.C.A. Programming in C, Programming in C++, Programming using Sun Microsoft Tech – Java, Programming using Microsoft Tech – C Sharp .NET, Software Engineering, Programming using Microsoft Web Technology – ASP, Practical – Programming in C, Practical – Programming in C++, Practical – Java Programming, Practical – Programming using Microsoft Tech – C Sharp, Practical – Programming using Microsoft Web Technology.

B.A. History Indian Macro Economic Environment.

B.COM Corporate Accounting – I, Organisational Behaviour, Business Statistics, Corporate Accounting – II, Company Law, Business Mathematics, Human Resource Management, Indian Capital Market and Financial Services, Management Accounting, Entrepreneuship Development, Investment Management.

BBM Business Economics, Business Statistics, Organisational Behaviour, Maths for Competitive Exam, International Finance, Customer Relationship Management.

M.COM Advanced Financial Accounting, Advanced Business Statistics, Indirect Taxation, E-Commerce.

M.C.A. Object Oriented Programming with Java, Accounting and Financial Management, Visual Programming, Statistical and Numerical Methods.

M.Sc. IT Introduction to Information Technology, Data Communication.

Tamil Tamil – I, Tamil – I, Tamil – II, Tamil – II, Tamil – III, Tamil – IV.

 

Arrear applications for CIA – Supplementary and semester examinations – April 2017 will be issued from 06-02-2017 to 18-02-2017 in COE office