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The following examinations are conducted by the university on such dates and at such places every year, in Dec/Jan for odd semester and in May/June for even semester as may be fixed from time to time.

 

Bachelor’s Programs

 

Master’s Programs

Sr. No.

Program Title

Sr. No.

Program Title

1

B.Tech - Computer Science and Engineering

1

M.Tech - Computer Science and Engineering

2

B.Tech -  Electrical Engineering

2

M.Tech -  Electrical Engineering (IC)

3

B.Tech -  Electronics & Communication Engineering

3

M.Tech -  Electrical Engineering (PS)

4

B.Tech -  Mechanical Engineering

4

M.Tech -  Electronics and Communication Engineering

5

B.Tech -  Chemical Engineering

5

M.Tech -  Mechanical Engineering

6

B.Tech -  Bio Medical Engineering

6

M.Tech -  Chemical Engineering

7

B.Tech -  Bio Technology

7

M.Tech- Bio Medical Engineering

8

B.Tech -  Civil Engineering

8

M.Tech -  Biotechnology

9

B.Tech -  Information Technology

9

M.Tech -  Energy Studies and Environment Management

10

B.Tech -  Instrumentation & Control

10

M.Tech -  Material Science & Nano Technology

 

 

11

M.Tech -  Highway Safety and Engineering

11

B.Tech -  Electronics & Electrical Engineering (EEE)

12

Master in Business Administration(MBA)

12

Bachelor of  Architecture

13

MBA (5 Years Integrated)

13

Bachelor of  Business Administration (BBA)

14

Master in Hospital Administration

14

Bachelor of  Hotel Management (BHM)

15

Master of Computer Applications (MCA)

15

Bachelor of  Computer Applications (BCA)

16

M.Sc -  Physics

 

 

17

M.Sc -  Chemistry

 

 

18

M.Sc -  Mathematics

 

 

19

M.Sc -  Biotechnology

 

 

20

M.Sc  -Mathematics (5 Years Integrated)

 

 

21

M.A English

 

 

22

Master in Urban  & Rural Planning

 

 

23

Master of Architecture

 

Doctoral  Programs

 

Basic/ Certificate/Diploma Courses

Sr. No.

Program Title

Sr. No.

Program Title

1

Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering

1

Basic Course in French

2

Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering

2

Certificate Course in French

3

Ph.D. in  Electronics and Communication Engineering

       3

Basic Course in German

4

Ph.D. in  Mechanical Engineering

 

 

5

Ph.D. in  Chemical Engineering

 

 

6

Ph.D. in  Bio-Technology

 

 

7

Ph.D. in  Bio-Medical Engineering

 

 

8

Ph.D. in  Energy and Environment Studies

 

 

9

Ph.D. in  Civil Engineering

 

 

10

Ph.D. in  Architecture

 

 

11

Ph.D. in  Material Science  and Nanotechnology

 

 

12

Ph.D. in  Management

 

 

13

Ph.D. in  Physics

 

 

14

Ph.D. in  Chemistry

 

 

15

Ph.D. in  Mathematics

 

 

16

Ph.D. in  Humanities

 

 

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The Chairman of the concerned Department/Director/Principal shall on or before the date prescribed submit the eligibility list to the Controller of Examinations alongwith prescribed fee online on university website (www.dcrust.in).

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Each student of UG & PG courses (Main & Re-appear) who are eligible to appear in the exam shall required to pay the examinations fee as per details given below:-

  1. Students admitted during the session 2013-14 = 1750/- per semester.
  2. Students admitted during the session 2012-13 = 1750/- per semester.
  3. Students admitted during the session 2011-12 = 1500/- per semester.
  4. Students admitted during the session 2010-11 = 1000/- per semester.
  5. Students admitted during the session 2009-10 = 1000/- per semester.
  6. Students admitted during the session 2008-09 = 500/- per semester.
Students admitted during the session 2007-08 = 500/- per semester.

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A B.Tech. candidate who has been placed under  re-appear in any examinations of this university shall submit examinations form on the prescribed format along with required fee to the university through the Chairman of the concerned Department/Director/Principal on website www.dcrust.in so as to reach in Controller of Examinations office by the date fixed for this purpose. The examination of     re-appear, in odd /even semester shall be held with odd/even semester main examination with the following exceptions:-

  1. In case of B.Tech., the students having reappear in 7th semester shall be allowed to
  2. appear along with main examination of 8th semester and vice-versa. Similar approach     shall be followed in the final year of BBA/BCA/BHM and integrated programs.

  3. In case of B.Arch., the students having reappear in 7th semester shall be allowed to
  4.      appear along with main examination of 8th semester and vice-versa.

  5.  In case of other PG programmes re-appear examination in courses of odd semester

     shall also be held with even semester and vice-versa.

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The Controller of Examinations or any other officer authorised for the purpose shall on receipt of eligibility list from the Department of University/ Director/Principal of the Institutions issue an admission card permitting the student to appear in the examinations.

No student is allowed to enter in the examination hall without admit card provided that the Controller of Examinations or any other officer authorised, admit a candidate provisionally to an examination on the risk and the responsibility of the candidate on genuine ground. The result of examination of such candidate shall be declared only after his/her admission is regularised. Provided further no candidate shall be admitted to examination hall unless he/she produces to the superintendent of examination centre his/her admission card or satisfy the superintendent that it shall be produced on the next day of exam. If he/she fails to do so, he/she shall not be allowed to continue his/her examination on the next day.
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The Controller of Examinations or any other authorised officers may, if satisfied, can issue admit card to a particular candidate if the already issued admit card has been lost/destroyed on payment of prescribed fees.
 
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An amanuensis shall be allowed in case of physically handicapped candidate who are either blind or permanently disabled from writing with their own hands. The Controller of Examinations shall arrange for the appointment of an amanuensis and inform the superintendent of centre concerned. The amanuensis shall be a student of lower grade of education then the candidate. The superintendent shall arrange for a suitable room for such a candidate and appoint a special supervisor for him/her.
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All theory examinations shall be held at university/institutions as may be fixed by the Controller of Examinations. Every candidate shall be required to appear in the exam at a centre allotted to him/her. The practical examination shall be held in concerned department/institutions affiliated to the university.

As per clause: 35 to 38 of statute 39 of university Act the entire building of the college shall be at the disposal of the Controller of Examinations of the university for the purpose of conduct of examinations as and when the Centre of Examinations (for theory and practical both) is created, it shall be obligatory for the Principal to provide necessary infrastructure for smooth conduct of examinations. There shall be a Strong room in the College at a prime location adjacent to the office of the Principal to keep the confidential materials of the University as and when requires. The Strong room will essentially have a double lock system. For the purpose of conduct of examinations the services of entire teaching and non-teaching staff shall be at the disposal of the Controller of Examinations of the University. The examinations duties can be assigned to any member of teaching and non-teaching staff which shall have to be complied with in the interest for smooth conduct of examinations.
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The Rates of remuneration payable to theory and practical examiners, paper-setters, evaluation, entrance examinations, Convener/Members flying squads/observer, Superintendent-in Chief, Superintendent, Supervisory staff and supporting staff for performing examination duty and other staff as under. The new rates are applicable w.e.f. November/December, 2012 examinations.

9.1 End semester theory examinations


Sr. No.

Particular

Approved Rate

1

Supdt.-in-Cheif

i) In case of one session centre Rs.3500/- per exam. Centre subject to maximum of Rs.6000/-
ii) In case of two session centre Rs.4500/- per exam. Centre subject to maximum of Rs.7000/-.

2

Convener/Observer/Member (Both Teaching & Non-Teaching) of flying squad.

Rs.250/- per session

3

Subject expert report of UMC cases

As per rates of evaluation of Answer sheets

4

Centre Supdt.

Rs.250/- per session

5

Dy. Centre Supdt.

Rs.200/- per session

6

Asstt. Supdt/Invigilator

Rs.175/- per session

7

Centre Clerk/Clerk with Supdt-in-Chief

Rs.125/- per session (one session for opening and one session for winding up the exam centre)

8

Service Staff
i) Daftri/Waterman/Sweeper
ii) Chowkidar

a) Rs.75/- per session (one session for opening and one session for winding up the exam centre)
b) Rs. 100/- per duty

Note: Teachers of Teaching Department and affiliated Colleges and supporting staff of the University and its affiliated Colleges shall be paid remuneration at double the rates to conduct end semester theory examinations duty during the vacations/holidays/Sunday/Saturday except in case when remuneration is paid in lumsum or when the staff member is retained during vacations.
9.2. T.A. RULES

      1. T.A. to flying squad staff shall be paid Rs. 300/- upto 30 K.M. & thereafter        Rs.10/- per K.M. as taxi fare/own car (except staff of university deputed in flying squad for duty at DCRUST, centre). This T.A. allowance shall be paid to only the Convener/Member of flying squad whose vehicle is used for performing journey.    The distance shall be measured from the place of posting. Flying squad member shall travel together. No T.A. shall be paid if university provides the vehicle to the convener of flying squad.
      2. When staff is deputed to conduct the exam within 8 K.M.  from university or municipal limit of Sonepat they shall be entitled T. A. of Rs. 150/- if journey is performed by Car, and Rs. 50/- by motorcycle for the day on which exam is conducted. No daily allowance shall be paid in the case.
      3. T. A. to Staff of institutions which do not lie in provision of note, 2 above.

Staff of a institutions when deputed to conduct the exam to a centre situated within 8 km from his/her institutions is entitled TA of Rs. 150/- if journey is performed by Car and Rs. 50/- by motorcycle for the day on which exam is conducted. No daily allowance shall be paid in the case.

      1. T.A./D.A to Staff deputed to conduct exam when he/she deputed at a centre which is situated at a distance more than 8 km from her/his institution.

Staff of a institution/university when deputed to conduct the exam to a centre situated more than 8 km from her/his institution is entitled for TA plus half daily allowance for the day on which he/she proceeds to conduct the exam and for the day on which he/she return to his/her institution after completing the exam. For the rest of the days he/she is entitled for full daily allowance except in the case where there is no examinations for three consecutive days and in such case the staff shall be entitled T.A. to visit his/her headquarter as per rules mentioned above whichever is applicable.

    1. Spot Evaluation Centres/Collection Centres/Examination Centres.

Sr. No.

Particular

Approved Rate

1

Chief Co-ordinator (Principal) Nodal/Collection Centre/evaluation centre

Rs. 4500/- Lump sum

2

Persons deputed for delivery of the questions papers/bundles of A/books at Nodal Centre/Exam. Centres

Rs. 300/- per day

3

Clerk at Evaluation Centre

Rs.125/- per day

4

Peon at Evaluation  Centre

Rs. 75/- per day

5

Delivery charges of Answer sheets from examination centre to Evaluation Centre

Rs. 250/- if centre is within 25 K.M. radius of Exam. Centre and Rs. 500 for others, per day.

6

Evaluation of Answer Books

a) Rs. 15/- per answer sheet (Minimum Rs.200/-) for U.G./Certificate course
b) Rs. 25/- per answer sheet (Minimum Rs.300/-) for P.G./Pre-Ph.D course

    1. Practical Examination/Project/General Fitness for Profession

Sr. No.

Particular

Approved Rate

1

Evaluation of performance
(for UG)

Rs.15/-per candidate of each examiner (Minimum Rs.200/-)

2

Evaluation of performance
(for PG)

Rs.30/-per candidate of each examiner (Minimum Rs.300/-)

3

Lab Technician

Rs.8/- per candidate (Minimum Rs.100/-)

4

Lab Attendant

Rs.5/- per candidate (Minimum Rs.75/-)

9.5 Paper Setting for End Semester- Theory Examinations


Sr. No.

Subject

Approved Rate

1

U.G./P.G./Certificate
Courses/Pre Ph.D

Rs. 850/- per set

9.6 Entrance Examinations/Recruitment Examinations


Sr. No.

Particular

Approved Rate

1

Superintendent-in-Chief (One in one institution)

Rs.1000/- (Lump sum)

2

Observer (Need Based)

Rs.750/- (Lump sum)

3

Centre Superintendent

Rs.750/- (Lump sum)

4

Dy. Centre Supdt. (Need Based)

Rs.500/- (Lump sum)

5

Asstt. Supdt./Invigilator

Rs.250/- per session

6

Centre Clerk

Rs.200/- per session

7

Daftri/Waterman/Sweeper

Rs.100/- per session

8

Driver Accompanying University Officers

Rs.300/- per day

9

Chowkidar

Rs. 100/- per day

10

For setting of Multiple choice based Question Papers alongwith Answer key

Rs.50/- per question

11

For moderating of question bank: setting of final question paper & preparing of Answer-key thereof

Rs. 25/- per question.

12

Scanning of OMR sheets & correction of data

Rs.500/- per examination for EDP centre. This amount shall be distributed among the employees engaged for this job with the order of COE.

9.7. Checking Assistants and Coding/Decoding of Answer books 


Sr. No.

Subject

Approved Rate

1

Checking of evaluated answer books

Rs. 0.70 per answer book (Minimum Rs.50/- for each bundle)

2

i) Coding of answer book
ii) Stamping & Crossing of blank pages of answer books

i) Rs.0.70 per answer book
ii)Rs.0.70 per answer book

3

De-coding of answers book including recording of Roll Nos. on the award

Rs.0.70 per answer book

 

 

9.8.  M.Tech & Ph.D. Dissertation/Thesis

Sr. No.

Details of Jobs

Approved Rate

1

M.Tech/M.Arch/MURP Dissertations + Viva

Rs. 500/- per candidate

2

PG progam Dissertations + Viva
(excluding M.Tech/M.Arch./MURP)

Rs. 100/- per candidate

3

M.Tech Training Report

Rs. 50/- per candidate

4

Ph.D Thesis Evaluation

Rs. 2000/- per thesis (within India)
US $ 100/- per thesis (Outside India)

5

Ph.D Viva

Rs. 1500/- per candidate

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    1. Before the examination begins the Centre Superintendent or the Deputy Superintendent of Examination centre shall call upon all the candidates to deliver to him/her all papers, books or notes which they may have in their possession. He/she shall also warn the candidates that if any of them fails to do so, he/she shall be liable to penalty. Where a late comer is admitted, this warning shall be given to him/her at the gate.
    2. The Centre Superintendent or the Deputy Superintendent shall forward to the Controller of Examinations on each day of the examination a declaration signed by him/her to the effect that the warning as required in clause-10.1 above was administered.
    3. The Centre Superintendent shall take action against an examinee who is found using or attempting to use unfair-means as defined in Clause-10.4 below, in the examination hall or within the premises of the examination centre.
    4. Use of unfair means shall include the following:
      1. Having in his/her possession or accessible to him/her during examination hours any papers, books or notes, written or printed, or any kind of material including  written on body, clothing, mobile phone, pager or any kind of electronic or any other device that can be used for communication or writing etc.
      2. Writing during the examination hours on any material (including the question paper or blotting paper) other than the answer-book.
      3. Talking to another candidate or to any person other than the members of the supervisory staff in or outside the Examination Hall during the examination hours.
      4. Consulting notes/books in or outside the Examination Hall during examination hours.
      5. Attempting to take or taking help from any notes or hints written on any part of the body or on the clothes worn by the candidate or on the furniture being used by the candidate.
      6. Receiving help from another candidate with or without his consent or giving help to another candidate or receiving help from any other person during examination hours.
      7. Disclosing his/her identity deliberately or mentioning any distinctive marks in his/her answer-book for that purpose or making an appeal to the examiner through the answer-book or using abusive or obscene language in the answer-book.
      8. Presenting to the examiner a practical or class-work note-book which does not belong to him.
      9. Communicating or attempting to communicate, directly or through another person with an examiner or with official of the University with the object of influencing him/her in the award of marks or making any approach or manipulation for that purpose.
      10. Swallowing/destroying any note, paper etc found with him/her during the examination hours.
      11. Making deliberate arrangement to cheat in the examination, such as:-
        1. Smuggling of an answer-book in or outside the examination hall or insertion in the answer-book of any sheet(s) written outside the examination hall.
        2. Substitution, wholly or partly, of an answer-book by another answer book during or after the examination hours.
        3. Impersonation.
        4. Obtaining admission to the examination on a false representation.
        5. Forging another Person’s signature.
        6. Failing to deliver his/her answer-book to the Person-in-Charge before leaving the Examination Hall.
        7. Tempering with the particulars (including Roll No.) on one’s own answer-book.
        8. Refusing to obey the Centre Superintendent or any other member of the Supervisory staff/inspecting staff or creating disturbance of any kind during the examination or otherwise misbehaving in or around the examination hall or threatening or assaulting any official connected with the examination, any time during, before or after the examination.
        9. Any other act of unfair-means/misconduct not covered in these provisions.
    5. If a candidate is found to be or suspected to be guilty of using unfair means in the examination the Superintendent may take away his/her answer-book and permit him/her, if he/she so desires, to answer the remaining part of the question paper on a new answer book which shall be supplied to him/her on demand. The candidate may also appear in the rest of the examination in the subsequent papers at his/her own risk and subject to the decision of the University may take in his/her case for use of unfair-means. The superintendent may also obtain the explanation of the candidate in writing.
    6. The Superintendent of the examination centre shall report to the university in the form received from the university, at the earliest, each case where use of unfair means in the examination had been suspected or discovered with the explanation of the candidate concerned if any. If the candidate refuses to give any explanation this fact shall be recorded in the report. In case the candidate refuses to part with his/her answer book when asked to do so, no new answer book be given to him/her and he/she be asked to leave the examination hall.
    7. The Vice-Chancellor shall appoint one or more standing committee (s) on the recommendation of CoE to deal with cases of unfair means in connection with examinations. The term of such committee will not exceed more than one year.
    8. The standing committee shall have the power to:
      1. Cancel the particular paper or the entire examination in which he/she has been found guilty of use of unfair means. Such cancellation of the entire examination will be treated as re-appear in all theory papers of that semester.
      2. Debar the candidate from appearing in the said examination and/or in any other examination conducted by the university up to a period of three years.
      3. The following are the guidelines for the standing committee on unfair means cases for award of punishment to the candidate who indulge in unfair means.

        NATURE OF OFFENCE

        PUNISHMENT

        a) For relevant material found in the possession concerning the subject and the paper in which the candidate appeared irrespective of the evidence that the material had been used for copying.

        Cancellation of the paper or of the entire examination in which the candidate appeared.

        b) For being found with material relevant to the subject of paper with the evidence of copying or attempt at copying.

        Cancellation of the entire examination in which the candidate appeared. In addition, the candidate may also be debarred from appearing at the university examination for one year.

        c) For major offence like smuggling in and out of the answer sheet and misconduct etc.

        Cancellation of the entire examination in which the candidate appeared. In addition, the candidate may also be debarred from appearing at the university examinations up to three years.

        d) Any other offence not covered in
        (a),    (b), (c) above

        Cancellation of the entire examination in which the candidate appeared. In addition, the candidate may also be debarred from appearing at the university examinations up to three years.

    9. If the committee is unanimous in respect of their decision regarding the guilt of a candidate and regarding the quantum of punishment, its decision shall be final. If there is a difference, of opinion amongst the members of the committee, the matter shall be referred to the Vice-Chancellor whose decision shall be final.
    10. The Vice-Chancellor on an application by a candidate or on his/her own may refer back the case to the members/committee for reconsideration. The application for review shall have to be made within 30 days of the receipt of the decision of committee to the candidate.
    11. The committee shall consider the reports of the supervisor/inspecting staff before arriving at a decision. If it considers necessary the committee may take the evidence of any person. In no case the candidate shall be allowed to represent himself/herself by an advocate or any other person.
    12. If a candidate appearing in unclear subject(s)/paper (s) of a lower examination along with the higher examination is found guilty of use of unfair-means in a subject/paper of the lower or the higher examination, either of the examinations or both the examinations (higher and lower) may be cancelled.
    13. In case a candidate denies the allegation(s) against him/her or if the committee otherwise thinks it necessary, it shall fix a date, time and place for holding the enquiry and give a notice to the candidate by registered post. Sending such notice by registered post to the candidate at the address given by him/her in his/her examination/ admission application. On having issued notice it shall be deemed that university has discharged the liability for informing the candidate about the date, place of enquiry etc. even if the candidate did not receive the letter or that he/she was not available at the said address. No adjournment of the meeting may be granted to the candidate on any account. On the date and time fixed in the notice which shall not be less than seven days from the date of its dispatch, the committee shall meet at the required place specified in the said notice for the purpose of holding the enquiry and the said candidate shall be allowed to be present, and heard in the same. The committee after granting such hearing to the candidate as it may deem necessary, record it’s finding about the guilt of the candidate.
    14. If any examiner report, any case of use of unfair means which he/she detected during the course of evaluation of answer books the same shall also be decided by the standing committee after getting the answer books checked and giving the candidate a reasonable opportunity to defend himself/herself.
    15. If unfair means adopted by a candidate come to the notice of the university after the examination, his/her case will be decided by the unfair means committee on such evidence as may be available after the candidate given reasonable opportunity to defend himself/herself.
    16. If a candidate is found guilty of using unfair-means after his/her result has been declared, the same shall be cancelled besides the candidate being awarded the punishment which would has been awarded to him/her had the fact of use of unfair means come to notice before the declaration of his/her result.
    17. The disqualification under this ordinance will be treated as a failure in the examination and consequences of failure will follow. If a candidate is also admitted to any course of study, or allowed to appear at any examination of this university during the period of such disqualification.
    18. If the Vice-Chancellor receives complaints to the effect that the integrity of a university examination has been violated at an examination centre as a consequence of whole mass copying or other use of unfair-mean, he/she may after an enquiry, order re-examination in one or more papers.
    19. In this ordinance, the word ‘Academic Year’ means Academic Year from August to July consisting of two semesters.
    20. The record/files of the decided cases shall be disposed off two years after the period of disqualification.
    21. All the disputes are subject to the jurisdiction at the courts of Sonepat only.
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A candidate whose answer-book is lost after it has been received by the Centre Superintendent  of the examination, and who, but for this answer book, would have either passed in the examination or is likely to be placed under  compartment/re-appear, shall, unless he/she opts re-examination, on a date to be fixed by the Controller of Examinations be deemed to have obtained in that paper marks equal to the marks obtained by him/her in the other theory paper of the same subject and if there was no other theory paper in that subject or if there were more than two theory papers in that subject, marks equal to the average of the marks obtained  by him/her in the other theory papers of the programme of that very semester.

However, if the answer book (s) is/are lost after original evaluation and is/are not traceable for re-evaluation on account of any reason, the candidate concerned will be offered re-examination in that paper at next examination provided he/she has already obtained pass marks in the paper. If however, the candidate does not want          re-examination, his/her previous result may stand unchanged. No re-examinations fee shall be charged for a candidate who opts for re-examination under this clause.

                                           If there is a dispute as to whether a candidate’s answer-book was duly received or not, the findings of the Controller of Examinations subject to confirmation by the Vice-Chancellor shall be final.
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The compliant regarding end semester theory examination, if any shall be submitted by the student (s) through Chairperson of the Department/Director/Principal of the institution within 7 days of the examination to the office of Controller of Examinations. The committee consisting Dean of Faculty, Chairperson of the Department offering the course, Nominee of Vice-Chancellor & Controller of Examinations/his nominee shall examine and submit the report with specific recommendation regarding re-examination or award of grace marks with justification to the Controller of Examinations within 7 days. The Vice-Chancellor shall be final authority to take decision on the recommendation of the committee.
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A student can apply for re-evaluation, who has obtained more than 20% marks in particular theory papers excluding sessional/internal marks. When on re-evaluation increase/decrease are upto 15 % marks of the maximum marks of the paper concerned. The average of original examiner and re-evaluator shall be final and if on re-evaluation increase/decrease is a more than 15 % mark of the maximum marks of the paper concerned the answer book shall be sent to 2nd re-evaluator and average of two scores out of 3 which are nearer shall be taken. In case all three scores are equidistant, the middle score shall be awarded. In cases, after re-evaluation the grade of a candidate remains unchanged, the increase/decrease in marks, if any, will not be shown on the detailed marks card. However the original re-evaluated marks will be shown in the result sheet. A candidate will be permitted to see his/her re-evaluated answer book (s) for identification only, if his/her application alongwith a fee of Rs.500/- per answer book reaches the university within 15 days of the date of dispatch of detailed marks card. If the candidate wants to see/inspect/take photocopy of the answer book under RTI, it will be allowed after he/she exhausts the provision under the rules.
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A candidate who has appeared in an examination conducted by the university may apply with a fee of Rs.50/- to the Controller of Examinations for re-totalling of the his/her marks in one subject/paper
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A candidate having passed the examinations of this university may after declaration of his/her result and before the issuance of degree certificate may apply to Controller of Examinations for provisional certificate of his/her having passed the examination this university. Such an application shall be accompanied with a fee of Rs.250/- .
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      1. The University shall hold examinations for awarding Degrees, Diplomas or Certificates in such branches of knowledge as the University may determine from time to time.
      2. At the end of the each semester or at specified periods, there shall be an examination wherein candidates shall be examined in the courses studied by them in that semester. Each semester examination shall be designated as First Semester Examination, Second Semester Examination, Third Semester Examination and so an.
      3. i) In case of UG Programmes, the examinations for odd semesters will normally be held in November/December/January and for even semesters in April/May/June on such dates as may be fixed by the Controller of Examinations as per the Schedule provided by the University.
        1. Note: During final year of the UG programme, that examinations of last two semesters shall be conducted in November/ December/January and also in April/May/June.
          ii) In case of PG programme, the examination for all semesters will normally be held in November/ December/January and also in April/May/June on such dates as may be fixed by the Controller of Examinations as per the Schedule provided by the University.
          iii) The dates (s) of commencement of examinations as well as the last date (s) for the receipt of examination forms and fees shall also be notified by the Controller of Examinations to the concerned University Teaching Departments and affiliated Institutions.
      4. The course of the study and the subjects of examinations shall be as approved by the Academic Council from time to time. The medium of instructions and Examination shall ordinarily be English except or otherwise specified by the Academic Council. The question papers will be set in English, expect or otherwise specified by the board of studies concerned and approved by the Academic Council.
        Every candidate shall be examined in the subjects as laid down in the syllabus approved by the Academic Council form time to time. There is a Credit based System of Evaluation in the University. The credits for each subject as also the contact hours per week will be mentioned in the scheme of studies approved by the Academic Council.
      5. The students shall be automatically eligible for promotion to the next semester provided he/she fulfils the other essential eligibility criterion for promotion as mentioned in the Ordinance. A candidate, who is not able to pass the academic programme/course within a maximum period specified in the ordinance from the date of his/her admission, shall lose the right to pursue the programme. In exceptional cases, mercy chance can be given by the Vice-Chancellor to a candidate if he/she applies in writing with fee as prescribed by the competent authority.
      6. Students shall not be eligible for admission to a course of study for an examination unless they have passed the qualifying examination of this University or any other examination recognised by this University as equivalent thereto as decided by the Equivalence Committee, and possesses such further qualifications, if any, as may be prescribed by the Ordinance.
      7. The eligibility list/cut list for admission to an examination shall be on the prescribed format, accompanied by the requisite fee as to reach the University by the dates fixed for the purpose through the Director/Principal of Institute or the Chairperson of the deptt. in the university as the case may be.
      8. A candidate, who has once submitted his/her examination form for an examination along with the requisite fee, shall not be permitted to withdraw the application from on his/her own accord and claim refund of the examination fee.
      9. If a candidate for any University Examination owes any dues to the University on any account or his college on any account and fails to pay the dues or has in his possession any book, apparatus, or other property belonging to the University or his college, or any kit etc., and fails to return the same, the Controller of Examinations on receipt of such a report from the Principal of a college or, the Chairperson of a University Teaching Deptt./Chief Warden/Librarian/Superintendent Workshop or any other office may withhold or authorise  the withholding of the admission card of the candidate or if the admission card has already been issued, suspend the order of admission to examination till all such dues have been paid such property has been returned by the candidate.
      10. The Controller of Examinations may withhold the permission granted to any candidate by some incidental mistake or omission who was not eligible to appear at any University examination, even though an admission card had been issued and produced by him/her before the Superintendent of the Examination Centre or he/she may have appeared in one or more papers at the examination, and to cancel the result.
      11. Unless otherwise  provided, a person who:-
        1. has already passed an examination of that programme of this or any other University shall not be permitted to re-appear in the examination of the same programme or a corresponding examination.
        2. is a candidate for an examinations in full subjects under a programme of this University can not simultaneously read for  or appear at another examination under another programme of this University or any another University/Board as a full time candidate.

        This bar shall not apply to a candidate appearing in an examination of the University for passing/re-appear papers or for improvement of division/result or for additional subject.
        This bar shall also not apply to a candidate who has completed the course during stipulated duration and the examination of those courses is not held in time due to unavoidable reasons.

      12. Notwithstanding anything contained in any other Ordinance, the Academic Council in the case of :
        1. a foreign scholar who in not of Indian domicile; or
        2. a person who is not an Indian National; or
        3. a person of Indian origin studying in a foreign country

shall have power to admit him/her to any class of the concerned university teaching departments or a college affiliated of this University for which he/she is considered fit on the recommendation of the Equivalence Committee.

13. Notwithstanding anything contained in any other Ordinance, the Academic Council in order to avoid hardship to a candidate shall have power to relax any requirement of the ordinance for any examination while considering the irregular admissions for regularisation where the mistake is primarily on the part of the Institution or the University. Each and every case of such nature will be considered by the Academic Council on merits.

14. The Controller of Examinations may withhold the result of any candidate who by an act of omission or commission might be found to be guilty of either contravening the provisions of the Act, the Statutes, the Ordinances or the Regulations or of non-compliance thereof or any court orders or for any other cause which, in the opinion of the Controller of Examinations, might warrant such as action.

15. The Vice-Chancellor shall have the power to quash the result of a candidate after it has been declared if;

      1. he/she is disqualified for using unfair means in the examinations: or
      2. a mistake is found in his/her result; or
      3. he/she is found ineligible to appear in the examination.

16. Notwithstanding anything contained in any other Ordinance/Regulation, the Academic Council shall have power in the case of all examinations held by the University to hold an additional examination in the same year for special reasons to be recorded.

17. In case of any ambiguity/dispute regarding interpretation of these rules or any other matter related to the examination which is not covered under these rules, the decision of Vice-Chancellor shall be final.

18. Regarding any legal dispute, the jurisdiction lies with district courts, at Sonepat.

 

 



☰ List of Examinations
☰ Examinations Form
☰ Exam Fee
☰ Reappear/Compartmental Candidates
☰ Issuance of Admit Cards
☰ Duplicate Admission Card
☰ Amanuensis
☰ Creation of the Examination Centres
☰ Scale of Remuneration
☰ Rules of Punishment for using Unfair Means
☰ Loss of Answer Book
☰ Complaint against Question papers
☰ Re-evaluation of the Answer Scripts
☰ Re-checking/Re-totalling of Marks
☰ Issuance of Provisional Certificate
☰ General Rules of Examinations