Internal Evaluation


Two test papers are to be conducted in each semester for each course. The evaluations of all components are to be published and are to be acknowledged by the candidates. All documents of internal assessments are to be kept in the college for one year and shall be made available for verification by the University. The responsibility of evaluating the internal assessment is vested on the teacher(s), who teach the course.

Grievance Redressal Mechanism

Internal assessment shall not be used as a tool for personal or other type of vengeance. A student has all rights to know, how the teacher arrived at the marks. In order to address the grievance of students, a three-level Grievance Redressal mechanism is envisaged. A student can approach the upper level only if grievance is not addressed at the lower level.

Level 1: Department Level:

The Department cell chaired by the HOD, Department Coordinator, Faculty Advisor and Teacher in-charge as members.

Level 2: College level

A committee with the Principal as Chairman, College Coordinator, HOD of concerned Department and Department Coordinator as members.

Level 3: University Level

A Committee constituted by the Vice-Chancellor as Chairman, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Convener - Syndicate Standing Committee on Students Discipline and Welfare, Chairman-Board of Examinations as members and the Controller of Examination as member-secretary.

The College Council shall nominate a Senior Teacher as coordinator of internal evaluations. This coordinator shall make arrangements for giving awareness of the internal evaluation components to students immediately after commencement of I semester.

The internal evaluation marks/grades in the prescribed format should reach the University before the 4th week of October and March in every academic year.