Course Evaluation

In each semester the faculty members responsible for the course do evaluation of academic performance of students in each course offered. The academic performance of the students will be judged through:

(a) Continuous In-semester Assessment and
(b) End-semester Examination.

The Continuous In-semester Assessment of the student will be made by the concerned faculty member in any or a combination of

  1. Written test
  2. Quizzes
  3. Workshop practices
  4. Assignments
  5. Term paper
  6. Project work
  7. Case studies, analysis and discussion
  8. Open Book test
  9. Class participation and
  10. Any other test deemed suitable by the concerned faculty member

The End-semester examination will normally be conducted in the classrooms according to the examination schedule notified by the concerned office.

The mode of evaluation in a given course is decided by the concerned faculty member who may assign varying weights to one or more of the evaluation modes. The faculty members will announce such weights in the beginning of the course.

Grading Mode
In each course, student will be evaluated on a 4-point scale as follows;










Grade Point









The grades indicate the quality of a student’s performance as follows:

A         =Outstanding              A-        =Excellent

B+       =Very Good                 B         =Good

B-        =Fair                          C+       =Fair

C         =Fair                          F          =Failure

Apart from the letter grades mentioned above, the following letter grades can also be awarded W = Withdrawn IN = Incomplete NC = Non Credit Course 'W' indicates that a student has officially withdrawn from a course without grade or penalty. During the regular semester, a student seeking to withdraw from a course must do so before the final examination with the permission of the concerned faculty member. 'W' may not be processed after the final examination. 'NC' indicates that student has officially attended a course till the end and completed it successfully but for which no credit will be given. A student can take non-credit course only in addition to the credit hours required for the fulfillment of EMBA degree. 'IN' indicates that a student has not completed all the assignments required in the particular course.