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Every Undergraduate / Postgraduate Programme of SGRRU shall be in accordance with the Curricula and Syllabi of the respective programme approved by the Academic Council of the University.

The Undergraduate programmes shall be of 4.5/4/3.5/3 years duration, the Postgraduate Programmes of 3/2 years, Pharm D of 6 years and Pharm D-PB of 3 years duration, as the case may be.

The academic schedule for each semester shall be put in the form of an Academic Calendar before the start of the Academic Year. An academic year of the SGRRU will normally begin in JULY/AUG of current calendar year and end in MAY of the next calendar year.

Every academic year shall be divided into two semesters. While the odd semester shall normally begin in JULY/AUG and end in DECEMBER, the even semester shall normally begin in JANUARY and end in MAY.

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End-Semester Examination

End-Semester Examination will be held at the end of each Semester. Duration of End-Semester Examinations will be 3 hours.

In both, Post Graduate and Undergraduate Programmes the End Semester Examination will cover entire contents of the syllabus.

Practical Examination

There will be only one practical examination at the end of the semester. The performance of a student in a Practical subject will be evaluated by assigning weightage to regular laboratory work, quality of experimental results and Practical Examination and comprehensive Viva-voice covering all aspects of practical course.

Programme completion duration

The maximum duration of Programme of Study will be as follows:

  • Courses under SGRRIM&HS – As per MCI guidelines
  • Courses under College of Nursing & Pharmacy – 2(N)
  • Courses under College of Education – N+1
  • Rest all courses – N+2(As per UGC Guidelines)

where N stands for minimum duration prescribed for course completion

A student shall be allowed to register for the next academic year based on the following Progression Policy.

Progression Policy

Grading system

  • PG Course - Progression from Semester I to II to III to IV will be automatic irrespective of SGPA secured.
  • UG Course – For progression to 3rd year, 1st year must be cleared; for progression to 4th year, 2nd year must be cleared and so on. Apart from the above, maximum permission to carry backlog papers(Theory) shall be 03 from one academic year to next one after first supplementary exams.
  • Marking system - As specified by MCI/INC/PCI

Only those students will be permitted to register who have:

paid all required tuition fee and other charges including hostel charges for the current semester;

cleared all the University and Hostel dues of previous semesters/years; and

not been debarred from registering by the University on account of discipline or any other ground.

Semester Examination

No student will be allowed to appear at the End-Semester Examination or Supplementary Examination unless the student has attended 75% of the classes in the subject.

Application for condonation of attendance on medical ground shall be made to Course Coordinator/HOD immediately on joining back the programme after absence. However, University reserves the right to have such applicants examined by medical practitioner empanelled by the University to ascertain the authenticity of the applicant’s medical problem.

paid all required tuition fee and other charges including hostel charges for the current semester;

Also before graduating, the student will have to produce a no-dues certificate from Finance, IT, Library, Laboratory In charge, Course Coordinator / Dean/ Director.

Supplementary Examinations

Supplementary Examination will be conducted for the following category of students to help them to clear the subject/improve their grade and thereby meet the SGPA qualifying criteria as well as individual subject qualifying criteria:

  • Students desirous of clearing the subjects in which they have missed the End Semester Examination, OR fail to meet the qualifying SGPA criteria as defined in Examination and Allied Provision Regulations but qualify in all subjects individually, OR students who fail to qualify in one or more individual subjects including dissertation/seminar/summer internship/project work. Supplementary Examination will be permitted only in such courses in which a student has secured “C”; “C+”; “F” or “Ab” grade in case of Under-Graduate and Post-Graduate programmes.
  • Students debarred from appearing in the End Semester Examination on the grounds of shortfall in class attendance requirement.
  • Any other disciplinary action which does not prohibit a student from appearing for any examination of the University.
  • MCI/INC/PCI rules will be applicable for Medical, Nursing & Pharmacy courses.

Conduct of Supplementary Examination

  • First Supplementary Examinations for odd & even Semester in July/ August (After Academic Year)
  • Second Supplementary Examination
  • Supplementary Examinations for Medical & Nursing Programs would be as defined by the respective statutory bodies.

A student who appears in the Supplementary Examination shall be charged prescribed fee per subject.

The following absolute grade conversion scale shall be applicable for the purpose of calculation of SGPA/CGPA.

GRADEPOINTGRADE ABBREVATIONBIN RANGE
O10.0Outstanding91-100
A+9.0Excellent81-90
A8.0Very Good71-80
B+7.0Good61-70
B6.0Above Average51-60
C+5.0Average46-50
C4.0Pass40-45
F0Fail0-39
AB0AbsentNA
E*ExemptionExemptedNA

* For all E Grades, the credits for the subjects will not be considered for calculations of Grade Point Averages.

Grade shall be awarded on the basis of performance in Internal Assessment, and End-Semester Examinations.

The performance of a student will be evaluated in terms of two indices, viz., the Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) which is the Grade Point Average for a semester and Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) which is the Grade Point Average for all the completed semesters at any point in time. The SGPA is calculated on the basis of grades obtained in all courses, registered in a semester:

where

Ci = Credits in the Course i

Gi = Grade Points awarded to the student in Course i

S = No. of Courses for which a student is registered in that Semester

The overall Grade Point of a student in the programme of study up to the end of a particular Semester shall be called Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA). CGPA shall be calculated on the basis of all grades, obtained in all completed semesters as follows:

where

Ci = Credits in the Course i taken by the student

Gi = Grade Point awarded to the student in the Course i

N = No. of Courses taken by the student up to the end of that Semester

For students who do not meet the individual subject passing criteria or SGPA qualification criteria though their SGPA nor CGPA will be calculated but in their grade card it shall be mentioned that the SGPA/CGPA qualifying criteria has not been met.

Requirements for passing

Students in all the programmes are required to maintain a minimum SGPA of 5.0 to qualify in each semester. For individual subjects, minimum passing grade shall be C. In order to qualify for a degree the student must secure a minimum CGPA of 5.0 for all the programmes.

A student shall be entitled to have his/her answer books re-totalled on payment of prescribed fee, for each subject to the following condition:

  • The application for rechecking is received by the Controller of Examinations or his/her nominee within 15 (Fifteen) days of the date of publication of result.
  • The Controller of Examinations shall get re-totalling done to ascertain whether the marks awarded to various answers have been correctly added and whether the Examiner has evaluated answers to all the questions written by the Examinee.

If any mistake is discovered as a result of re-checking, as above, the Head of Result Section shall rectify the result.

Punishment for adoption of unfair means in examination

Whenever a case of adoption of unfair means in an Examination is brought to the notice of the Controller of Examinations by Centre Superintendent, the UFM Committee will take action as per rules and inform the student in writing.

The Unfair means Committee may take action under the following broad guidelines:

Nature of unfair means adopted

  • When incriminating material has been found in the possession of the examinee which was unrelated or related to the question paper but not copied and the student hands over the material when challenged and accepts the fault in writing, if directed to do so.
  • When a student tries to copy from other Student’s answer book, talks to other students, tries to exchange answer books/question papers/ calculators, tries to pass on information in any form and does accepts the fault in writing, when challenged.

Punishment to be awarded

  • Examination in that subject shall be cancelled. In the event of the unfair-means being adopted in an End-Semester Examination the student(s) may be allowed to clear the subject by appearing in the Supplementary Examination.

    In the event of the unfair-means being adopted in a Supplementary Examination the student shall be declared failed in the Examination.
  • When incriminating material related to the question paper has been found in the possession of an examinee he/she copied it in part or full or when the examinee refused to be searched, if so desired by the Center Superintendent/Invigilator.
  • When a student tries to copy from other students’ answer books, talks to other students, tries to exchange answer books/question papers/ calculators, or tries to pass on information in any form and does not accept the fault when challenged and/or enter into arguments with the invigilator(s).
  • Examination in the subject as also in all other subjects of the semester shall be cancelled and the student shall be declared failed in all the subjects of the Semester.

    In the event of the unfair-means being adopted in an End-Semester Examination the student may be allowed to clear the semester by appearing at special Examination in all the subjects.
  • When incriminating material has been found in the possession of an examinee who was found guilty of using unfair means on an earlier occasion; or
  • When incriminating material has been found in the possession of an examinee the examinee having been caught for use of unfair means on earlier occasion of the same End-Semester/Special Examination; or,
  • When the incriminating material comprises answer book/additional answer sheet stolen earlier and/or when the examinee tries to destroy the material, and/or when the examinee tries to tear the answer book, and/or instigate/disturb others in the Examination hall to support his cause.
  • Examination in all papers of the Semester shall be cancelled and the student shall be declared failed in the Examination. In addition the student shall be rusticated for a period of One year. In the event of the unfair-means being adopted in an End-Semester Examination the student shall not be allowed to appear in the Special Examination.
  • When use of unfair-means has been attempted or where incriminating material has been found in the possession of the examinee, and the examinee has misbehaved with the faculty or staff on Examination supervision duty.
  • Examination in all papers of the semester shall be cancelled and the student shall be expelled from the University.

The UFM Committee will examine each case referred to it by the Centre Superintendent and make recommendations for appropriate punishment to the Vice Chancellor as the case may be.

 

Deletion from the rolls of the university
The name of a student shall be deleted from the rolls of University if

  • he/she does not clear programme in maximum duration;
  • he/she is expelled from the University on account of punishment for adoption of unfair means; or
  • he/she is expelled from the University on account of indiscipline as per University rules & regulations governing disciplinary case.

Prescribed Fees

Supplementary ExaminationRs. 1,500 per paper
Re-totaling of Examination Paper*Rs. 500 per paper
Duplicate Grade CardRs. 1,000
Duplicate DegreeRs. 5,000