- For the purpose of assessment, 100 marks shall be assigned to each of the three credit hours course.
- Assessment of a student in a course shall be based on marks obtained in the course end examination (written) and course work. Marks allotted for a course work shall be 40% of the total marks of each course while marks allocated for the course end examination (written) shall be 60% of the total marks.
- Course work:
Coursework shall consist of written tests, viva-voce, quizzes, participation in class, presentation, discussion, assignments, etc.
- Trimester-end examination:
Each course-end examination will be held at the end of each trimester and the duration of the course -end examinations shall be 3 hours for each course. If necessary PCC will scrutinize examination script.
- Grading System:
The total numerical marks obtained by a student will be converted into letter grades. The UGC grading system will be followed to evaluate the course performance.
Table 4: Grading Structure
|Conversion Point||Letter Grade||Grade Point|
|75-less than 80||A||3.75|
|70-less than 75||A-||3.50|
|65-less than 70||B+||3.25|
|60-less than 65||B||3.00|
|55-less than 60||B-||2.75|
|50-less than 55||C+||2.50|
|45-less than 50||C||2.25|
|40-less than 45||D||2.00|
If any candidate obtains less than “D” grade in the combined evaluation of course-end examination and assessment of class work or s/he remains absent in course-end examination, her/his course shall be treated as incomplete and s/he will get a chance to participate in the next available examination on that course.