Evaluation System



Examination Wing

Controller of Examinations

Mrs. Pitchaikani Prabakaran

Controller of Examination & Associate Professor

Department of Mathematics 

Sri Kaliswari College, Sivakasi.

E-mail id: pitchaikani_maths@yahoo.com
 

  • Evaluation is an important component in the teaching-learning process. Evaluating the learning progress of students intermittently during the instructional process is known as Formative Evaluation. Evaluation undertaken at the terminal stage of the instructional process is called Summative Evaluation and this reveals the overall attainment of each individual learner. Proper planning and execution of all examination related works by the teaching and non teaching staff are coordinated by the Principal.

Mode of Evaluation

     The mode of Evaluation of the performance of students in UG,PG and M.Phil Programmes shall be both on the Continuous Internal Assessment and End-of-semester examinations in the ratio of 25:75 for theory Exams and 40:60 in the case of practical Exams and research projects.


Rules Regarding Summative Examinations:

  • Appearance in the summative Examinations is mandatory. Otherwise the candidate is treated as having failed in the course.
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  • Formative assessment is based on written tests, quizzes, seminars and assignments.
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  • A student will be permitted to take the summative examinations in any course if he/ she has put in 75% attendance or more in a semester.
  • Rules for  lack of attendance:

  •  For 65%-74% attendance, the candidate will be permitted to write the exams after the payment of the condonation fee of Rs 300.
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  •  For 50%-64% attendance, the candidate will be permitted to write the exams in the next semester only after the payment of the condonation fee of Rs 500.
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  •  For below 50% - attendance, the candidate has to repeat the course work by enrolling for the course for another semester.
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  • Question papers for each course shall be set by the external examiners chosen for the purpose.
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  •  There is double valuation for each course - one by the course teacher and the other one by the external examiner.
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  • Central Valuation will be arranged by the CoE in  the college
  • Consolidation of marks shall be done by the CoE office. If there is a difference of 15 marks or more between the first two valuations there will be an independent third external evaluation.
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  • Results will be published within a month of the date of the last examination.
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  • Dummy number generation is used for all the answerscripts before valuation..


Pass minimum

  • 40% of the aggregate is pass minimum for UG.
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  • 50% of the aggregate is pass minimum for PG & M.Phil.
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  • Classes will be awarded separately for Part I Language, Part II English and Part III Major.
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  • Marks and grades and credits will be shown in the marks statements.
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  • A student can earn extra credits by registering for a specially designed extra credit / self learning course in any Department. This option is available from the II year onwards.
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  • The final year UG,PG and M.Phill students are permitted to appear for the Supplementary exams in June after the publication of the results for the summative exams in April. Specified rules are formed by CoE for repeat exams.
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  • Malpractices in any form both in Continuous Internal Assessment (CIA)and end semester exams shall be dealt with seriously.
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  • Rules of conduct for the candidates for examinations are given by the CoE.
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