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    SAMBALPUR UNIVERSITY

    DRAFT REGULATION FOR THE BACHELOR OF ARTS, SCIENCE AND COMMERCE EXAMINATIONS (THREE-YEAR DEGREE COURSE)

    UNDER CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM (CBCS)

    (Effective For Students Admitted to the Degree of Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Commerce, with effect from 2016-17)

    1.1 The Three Year Degree Course leading to the Bachelor's Degree in Arts/

    Science/ Commerce (Honours) and Bachelor’s Degree in Arts/ Science/

    Commerce (Pass) of Sambalpur University shall comprise 6 semesters,

    carrying a total of 140 credits and 120 credits respectively. The total

    course is divided into 3 parts i.e. DISCIPLINE SPECIFIC CORE COURSES

    (DSC), ELECTIVE COURSES (EC) and ABILITY ENHANCEMENT COURSES

    (AEC).

    The Elective courses are of 2 types, i.e., DISCIPLINE SPECIFIC ELECTIVE

    (DSE) and GENERIC ELECTIVE (GE). Similarly, The Ability Enhancement

    Courses are also of 2 types i.e. ABILITY ENHANCEMENT COMPULSORY

    COURSES (AECC) and SKILL ENHANCEMENT COURSES (SEC).

    HONOURS

    1. Core Course (Honours): 84 credits

    2. Elective Courses : 48 credits (DSE-24, GE-24)

    3. Ability Enhancement Courses: 08 credits (AECC-4, SEC-4)

    PASS

    1. Core Course (Pass): 72 credits

    2. Elective Courses : 36 credits (DSE-36) or (DSE-24, GE-8)

    3. Ability Enhancement Courses: 12 credits (AECC-4, SEC-8)

    1.2 Outline of the credit load and marks for each semester is as follows:

    Semester HONOURS PASS

    Credits Marks Credits Marks

    1st Semester 20 350 20 350

    2nd Semester 20 350 20 350

    3rd Semester 26 450 20 350

    4th Semester 26 450 20 350

    5th Semester 24 400 20 350

    6th Semester 24 400 20 350

    TOTAL 140 2400 120 2100

    Each theory credit carries a minimum 12 hours of teaching (each class of 1 hour duration) and each practical/tutorial credit carries a minimum 21 hours of instruction (each class of 3 hours duration)

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    1.3 DETAIL COURSE STRUCTURE AND DISTRIBUTION OF CREDITS & MARKS

    SAMBALPUR UNIVERSITY

    CBCS COURSE STRUCTURE FOR B.A./B.Sc./B.Com (HONOURS) (TOTAL CREDITS: 140 (2400 marks))

    SEMESTER & SUBJECT

    SEMESTER-I SEMESTER-II SEMESTER-III SEMESTER-IV SEMESTER-V SEMESTER-VI Paper Cd. Mk. Paper Cd. Mk. Paper Cd. Mk. Paper Cd. Mk. Paper Cd. Mk. Paper Cd. Mk.

    DISCIPLINE SPECIFIC CORE (Honours)

    DSC-TH1 4/5 50 DSC-TH3 4/5 50 DSC-TH5 4/5 50 DSC-TH8 4/5 50 DSC-TH11 4/5 50 DSC-TH13 4/5 50

    DSC-TH2 4/5 50 DSC-TH4 4/5 50 DSC-TH6 4/5 50 DSC-TH9 4/5 50 DSC-TH12 4/5 50 DSC-TH14 4/5 50

    DSC-PR1/TU1 2/1 50 DSC-PR3/TU3 2/1 50 DSC-TH7 4/5 50 DSC-TH10 4/5 50 DSC-PR11/TU11 2/1 50 DSC-PR13/TU13 2/1 50

    DSC-PR2/TU2 2/1 50 DSC-PR4/TU4 2/1 50 DSC-PR5/TU5 2/1 50 DSC-PR8/TU8 2/1 50 DSC-PR12/TU12 2/1 50 DSC-PR14/TU14 2/1 50

    DSC-PR6/TU6 2/1 50 DSC-PR9/TU9 2/1 50

    DSC-PR7/TU7 2/1 50 DSC-PR10/TU10 2/1 50

    ELECTIVE COURSES

    GE- TH1 4/5 50 GE-TH2 4/5 50 GE- TH3 4/5 50 GE-TH4 4/5 50 DSE-TH1 4/5 50 DSE-TH3 4/5 50

    GE- PR1/TU1 2/1 50 GE-PR2/TU2 2/1 50 GE- PR3/TU3 2/1 50 GE-PR4/TU4 2/1 50 DSE-TH2 4/5 50 DSE-TH4 4/5 50

    DSE-PR1/TU1 2/1 50 DSE-PR3/TU3 2/1 50

    DSE-PR2/TU2 2/1 50 DSE-PR4/TU4 2/1 50

    ABILITY ENH. COURSE

    ENV. STUDIES 2 50 ENGLISH/MIL 2 50 SEC-A 2 50 SEC-B 2 50

    TOTAL 20 350 20 350 26 450 26 450 24 400 24 400

    N.B.: Every paper of Core/Elective courses has practical component of 2 credits (in case of practical subject) or tutorial component of 1 credit (in case of non-practical subjects) attached to it. Accordingly the theory papers of practical subjects caries 4 credits, whereas, theory papers of non-practical subjects caries 5 credits. Each theory credit carries a minimum 12 hours of teaching (each class of 1 hour duration). Each practical/tutorial credit carries a minimum 21 hours of instruction (each class of 3 hours duration)

    Abbreviation used: DSC: Discipline Specific Core GE: Generic Elective SEC: Skill Enhancement Course DSE: Discipline Specific Elective ENH.: Enhancement ENV.: Environmental TH: Theory PR: Practical TU: Tutorial Cd.: Credits Mk.: Marks Choices offered 1 (ONE) Specific Core Course i.e. Honours from the list of subjects offered (14 papers for DSC and 4 papers for DSE and 1 paper for SEC-A). 1 (ONE) Generic Elective course from the list of subjects other than the course chosen for specific core courses (4 papers for GE) 1 (ONE) Skill Enhancement Course from papers offered under SEC List-B (1 paper for SEC-B) and 1 (One) AECC (Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses), which should be either English or any M.I.L.

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    SAMBALPUR UNIVERSITY

    CBCS COURSE STRUCTURE FOR B.Sc./B.Com. (Pass) (TOTAL CREDITS: 120 (2100 marks))

    SEMESTER & SUBJECT

    SEMESTER-I SEMESTER-II SEMESTER-III SEMESTER-IV SEMESTER-V SEMESTER-VI Paper Cd. Mk. Paper Cd. Mk. Paper Cd. Mk. Paper Cd. Mk. Paper Cd. Mk. Paper Cd. Mk.

    DISCIPLINE SPECIFIC CORE

    DSC-A-TH1 4/5 50 DSC-A-TH2 4/5 50 DSC-A-TH3 4/5 50 DSC-A-TH4 4/5 50

    DSC-B-TH1 4/5 50 DSC-B-TH2 4/5 50 DSC-B-TH3 4/5 50 DSC-B-TH4 4/5 50

    DSC-C-TH1 4/5 50 DSC-C-TH2 4/5 50 DSC-C-TH3 4/5 50 DSC-C-TH4 4/5 50

    DSC-A-PR1/TU1 2/1 50 DSC-A-PR2/TU2 2/1 50 DSC-A-PR3/TU3 2/1 50 DSC-A-PR4/TU4 2/1 50

    DSC-B-PR1/TU1 2/1 50 DSC-B-PR2/TU2 2/1 50 DSC-B-PR3/TU3 2/1 50 DSC-B-PR4/TU4 2/1 50

    DSC-C-PR1/TU1 2/1 50 DSC-C-PR2/TU2 2/1 50 DSC-C-PR3/TU3 2/1 50 DSC-C-PR4/TU4 2/1 50

    ELECTIVE COURSES

    DSE-A-TH1 4/5 50 DSE-A-TH2 4/5 50

    DSE-B-TH1 4/5 50 DSE-B-TH2 4/5 50

    DSE-C-TH1 4/5 50 DSE-C-TH2 4/5 50

    DSE-A-PR1/TU1 2/1 50 DSE-A-PR2/TU2 2/1 50

    DSE-B-PR1/TU1 2/1 50 DSE-B-PR2/TU2 2/1 50

    DSE-C-PR1/TU1 2/1 50 DSE-C-PR2/TU2 2/1 50

    ABILITY ENH. COURSE

    ENV. ST. 2 50 ENGLISH/MIL 2 50 SEC-A 2 50 SEC-B 2 50 SEC-C 2 50 SEC-D 2 50

    TOTAL 20 350 20 350 20 350 20 350 20 350 20 350

    N.B.: Every paper of Core/Elective courses has practical component of 2 credits (in case of practical subject) or tutorial component of 1 credit (in case of non-practical subjects) attached to it. Accordingly the theory papers of practical subjects caries 4 credits, whereas, theory papers of non-practical subjects caries 5 credits. Each theory credit carries a minimum 12 hours of teaching (each class of 1 hour duration). Each practical/tutorial credit carries a minimum 21 hours of instruction (each class of 3 hours duration)

    Abbreviation used: DSC: Discipline Specific Core GE: Generic Elective SEC: Skill Enhancement Course DSE: Discipline Specific Elective ENH.: Enhancement ENV.: Environmental TH: Theory PR: Practical TU: Tutorial Cd.: Credits Mk.: Marks

    Choices offered 3 (THREE) Specific Core Courses from the list of subjects offered (4 papers each for DSC-A, DSC-B, DSC-C, 2 papers each for DSE-A, DSE-B, DSE-C and 1 paper for SEC-A, SEC-B, SEC-C). 1 (ONE) Skill Enhancement Course from papers offered under SEC List-B (1 paper for SEC-D) and 1 (One) AECC (Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses), which should be either English or any M.I.L.

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    SAMBALPUR UNIVERSITY

    CBCS COURSE STRUCTURE FOR B.A. (Pass) (TOTAL CREDITS: 120 (2100 marks))

    SEMESTER & SUBJECT

    SEMESTER-I SEMESTER-II SEMESTER-III SEMESTER-IV SEMESTER-V SEMESTER-VI Paper Cd. Mk. Paper Cd. Mk. Paper Cd. Mk. Paper Cd. Mk. Paper Cd. Mk. Paper Cd. Mk.

    DISCIPLINE SPECIFIC CORE

    ENG-TH1 5 50 MIL-TH1 5 50 ENG-TH2 5 50 MIL-TH2 5 50

    DSC-A-TH1 4/5 50 DSC-A-TH2 4/5 50 DSC-A-TH3 4/5 50 DSC-A-TH4 4/5 50

    DSC-B-TH1 4/5 50 DSC-B-TH2 4/5 50 DSC-B-TH3 4/5 50 DSC-B-TH4 4/5 50

    ENG-TU1 1 50 MIL-TU1 1 50 ENG-TU2 1 50 MIL-TU2 1 50

    DSC-A-PR1/TU1 2/1 50 DSC-A-PR2/TU2 2/1 50 DSC-A-PR3/TU3 2/1 50 DSC-A-PR4/TU4 2/1 50

    DSC-B-PR1/TU1 2/1 50 DSC-B-PR2/TU2 2/1 50 DSC-B-PR3/TU3 2/1 50 DSC-B-PR4/TU4 2/1 50

    ELECTIVE COURSES

    DSE-A-TH1 4/5 50 DSE-A-TH2 4/5 50

    DSE-B-TH1 4/5 50 DSE-B-TH2 4/5 50

    GE-A-TH1 4/5 50 GE-A-TH2 4/5 50

    DSE-A-PR1/TU1 2/1 50 DSE-A-PR2/TU2 2/1 50

    DSE-B-PR1/TU1 2/1 50 DSE-B-PR2/TU2 2/1 50

    GE-A-PR1/TU1 2/1 50 GE-A-PR2/TU2 2/1 50

    ABILITY ENH. COURSE

    ENV. ST. 2 50 COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH/MIL

    2 50 SEC-A 2 50 SEC-B 2 50 SEC-C 2 50 SEC-D 2 50

    TOTAL 20 350 20 350 20 350 20 350 20 350 20 350

    N.B.: Every paper of Core/Elective courses has practical component of 2 credits (in case of practical subject) or tutorial component of 1 credit (in case of non-practical subjects) attached to it. Accordingly the theory papers of practical subjects caries 4 credits, whereas, theory papers of non-practical subjects caries 5 credits. Each theory credit carries a minimum 12 hours of teaching (each class of 1 hour duration). Each practical/tutorial credit carries a minimum 21 hours of instruction (each class of 3 hours duration)

    Abbreviation used: DSC: Discipline Specific Core GE: Generic Elective SEC: Skill Enhancement Course DSE: Discipline Specific Elective ENH.: Enhancement ENV.: Environmental TH: Theory PR: Practical TU: Tutorial Cd.: Credits Mk.: Marks

    Choices offered 2 (TWO) Specific Core Courses from the list of subjects offered (4 papers each for DSC-A, DSC-B, 2 papers each for DSE-A, DSE-B

    and 1 paper each for SEC-A, SEC-B). 1 (ONE) Generic Elective course from the list of subjects other than the course chosen for specific core courses (2 papers for GE and 1 paper for SEC-C) 1 (ONE) Skill Enhancement Course from papers offered under SEC List-B (1 paper for SEC-D) 1 (ONE) M.I.L. for Core Courses/AECC (Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses)

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    1.4 COURSES OFFERED

    For Honours (Arts / Science)

    Core Course (14 papers):

    A candidate shall choose one core (honours) subject of 14 papers

    from the list provided in Appendix-A (for Arts) & Appendix-C (for

    Science).

    Elective Course (4+4=8 papers):

    He or she shall study one Discipline Specific Elective course of 4

    papers corresponding to the core course chosen above vide details

    Appendix-A (for Arts) & Appendix-C (for Science).

    Again, He or she shall choose one Generic Elective course of 4

    papers other than the Honours subject from Appendix-A (for Arts)

    & Appendix-C (for Science).

    Ability Enhancement Courses (2+2=4 papers):

    He or she shall have one Environmental Studies Course and chose

    one Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course of one paper, which

    can be either English or an MIL.

    He or she shall also have one Skill Enhancement Course from List-A

    of Appendix-A (for Arts) & Appendix-C (for Science) and the other

    one from List-B of Appendix-A (for Arts) & Appendix-C (for

    Science).

    For Honours (Commerce)

    The details shall be worked out as per the recommendations of the Board

    of Studies. He or she shall choose one Skill Enhancement Course from

    List-B as per Appendix-E.

    For Pass (Science)

    Core Course (4+4+4=12 papers):

    A candidate shall choose three core (pass) subjects of 4 papers

    each (3x4=12) from the Appendix-D

    Elective Course ((2+2+2=6) papers):

    He or she shall study three Discipline Specific Elective courses of 2

    papers each (2x3=6) corresponding to the core courses chosen

    above vide details in Appendix-D.

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    Ability Enhancement Courses ((2+4=6) papers):

    He or she shall have one Environmental Studies Course and chose

    one Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course of one paper, which

    can be either English or an MIL.

    He or she shall also have three Skill Enhancement Courses

    corresponding to the three core subjects chosen above from List-A

    of Appendix-D and the other one from List-B of Appendix-D.

    For Pass (Arts)

    Core Course (4+4+4=12 papers):

    A candidate shall choose two core (pass) subjects of 4 papers each

    (2x4=8) from the Appendix-B, one compulsory English and one

    compulsory MIL course of 2 papers each (2+2=4).

    Elective Course ((2+2+2=6) papers):

    He or she shall study two Discipline Specific Elective courses of 2

    papers each (2x2=4) corresponding to the core courses chosen

    above vide details in Appendix-B.

    Again, He or she shall choose one Generic Elective course of 4

    papers other than the core (pass) subjects from Appendix-B.

    Ability Enhancement Courses ((2+4=6) papers):

    He or she shall have one Environmental Studies Course and chose

    one Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course of one paper, which

    can be either Communicative English or an MIL.

    He or she shall also have three Skill Enhancement Courses

    corresponding to the two core subjects and one Generic Elective

    chosen above from List-A of Appendix-B and the other one from

    List-B of Appendix-B.

    For Pass (Commerce)

    The details shall be worked out as per the recommendations of the Board

    of Studies. He or she shall choose one Skill Enhancement Course from

    List-B as per Appendix-E.2.

    ADMISSION TO THE COURSE

    2.1 Any applicant, who has passed the Higher Secondary Examination of the

    Council of Higher Secondary Education, Odisha, or any other Qualifying

    Examination recognized by the Academic Council of CHSE, Odisha, as

    equivalent thereto, may be admitted to the first semester of any course,

    provided that he or she shall not be admitted into Degree Course in

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    Science (honours & pass) unless he or she has passed the qualifying

    examination in Science.

    2.2 An applicant shall be allowed admission into the first semester of the

    course within four weeks (including holidays and Sundays) from the date

    of publication of the results of the Annual Higher Secondary Examination

    of the Council of Higher Secondary Education, Odisha, or after the

    reopening of Summer Vacation whichever is later. In exceptional cases,

    the appropriate authority may notify the last date of admission.

    2.3 Candidates who, for some valid reasons, are unable to take admission

    within the time prescribed under Regulation 2.2 above, may however be

    admitted into a college within two weeks (including holidays and

    Sundays) from the last date of admission with a late fee as prescribed by

    the University from time to time. The Principal of the College shall

    intimate the names of such candidates as well as the dates of admission,

    and shall remit the late fee collected to the University in one lot within

    two weeks from the date of such late admission. Candidates, who have

    taken admission later than the due date, on payment of the late fee,

    shall have their attendance calculated in terms of percentage of lectures

    attended from the date of such admission.

    2.4 Candidates passing the Supplementary/Instant Higher Secondary

    Examination of the Council of Higher Secondary Education, Odisha, may

    be admitted into a college within two weeks (Including Holidays and

    Sunday) after the publication of their results. A candidate so admitted

    shall have his/her attendance calculated in terms of the percentage of

    lectures attended from the date of his admission.

    2.5 Admission to all semesters other than the first semester of the course,

    shall be completed within two weeks from the completion of previous

    semester examination, irrespective of the publication of the result

    concerned. Candidates seeking such admission should be eligible

    examinees, who have completed the course work and appeared at

    practical & tutorial examinations under semester programmee.

    2.6 It is mandatory for a student to pass all papers or improve grades of

    paper(s) as per clause 6.2 & 6.3 within six years (12 semester

    examinations) from the date of admission to the course.

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    2.7 Further, a student, who could not appear at the university examination

    due to shortage of attendance, shall be allowed sit for it with the next

    batch of students.

    2.8 Notwithstanding anything contained in the preceding regulations, where

    the syndicate of the University permits increase of seats in any class or

    gives fresh affiliation to any new subject in any college, the date of issue

    of such order shall be deemed as the date of publication of results of the

    Council of Higher Secondary Education, Odisha, for the purpose of

    admission thereto.

    2.9 A candidate, whose results of Higher Secondary Examination are

    published late by the examining authority, may be admitted into the

    college within two weeks of the publication of his/her results, depending

    on the availability of seats. However, in no case can a student be

    admitted into +3 First Semester Class beyond 31st August of the

    concerned academic year.

    2.10 The college shall send to the University a list of all admitted candidates

    with comprehensive profile of subject chosen in a prescribed format as

    per Appendix-A to F. This process should be completed within 4 weeks of

    the last date of admission so that Roll Numbers can be assigned to the

    candidates for various University examinations.

    3. CHANGE OF SUBJECT (S)

    A candidate been admitted into a college with particular subject(s) or

    combination of subjects into the first semester may be allowed change of

    subject(s) or combination of subjects, of his/her choice provided the

    choices are available. Such changes are to be approved by the Principal

    within 15 days from the last date of admission into first semester

    programme.

    4. DURATION OF EXAMINATION, QUALIFICATION FOR APPEARING AT THE

    SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS AND SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

    4.1 Any registered student of the University may be admitted in any Semester

    Examination if he/she has completed the regular course of study in the

    semester, irrespective of whether the course has been completed in one

    or more colleges. Further, the said course should be a regular course for

    not less than one semester duration.

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    4.2. A candidate shall be required to attend 75% of lectures, tutorials and

    practical classes separately during a semester. Condonation may be

    granted by the Principal only to the extent of 15% in exceptional cases

    i.e. serious Illness & hospitalization, accident, mishap in the family,

    deputation by the College for any specific work. When a candidate has

    been deputed by the College to represent the college for any inter-

    college activity, the lectures delivered during his/her absence for the

    purpose shall not be counted towards the calculation of attendance on

    the condition that the student concerned submits a participation

    certificate to that effect from the appropriate authority. Candidate

    falling short of required attendance percentage will not be allowed to fill

    up form for end-semester examination and will not be promoted to next

    semester. The candidate will appear at the next examination for the

    particular semester with the next batch.

    4.3 A candidate may be permitted to take up one the M.I.L./Alternative

    English without the requirement of attendance at lectures, if the college

    where he or she is admitted does not have affiliation for that subject.

    4.4 Any registered student of the university may be admitted to the any

    semester examination for the Bachelor's Degree in Arts/ Science/

    Commerce, if he/she has passed or filled up form for the previous

    semester examination.

    4.5 The duration of university examinations of theory papers carrying 50

    marks shall be of 2 hours duration and practical paper carrying 50 marks

    would be 3 hours duration.

    4.6 Scheme of examination regarding question pattern and distribution of

    marks shall be formulated by the respective Board of Studies. Moreover,

    the questions should cover the entire syllabus and preferably should

    contain both objective and subjective questions from each unit.

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    5. GRADING SYSTEM & PASSING CRITERIA

    5.1 The marks obtained by any examinee in theory, practical and tutorial

    papers will be converted to Grade Point and Letter Grade as per the

    following table.

    Percentage of Mark Grade Point Letter Grade Explanatory

    90-100 10 O Outstanding

    80-89 9 E Excellent

    70-79 8 A Very Good

    60-69 7 B Good

    50-59 6 C Fair

    40-49 5 D Average

    33-39 4 P Pass

    Below 33 or Absent 0 F Fail

    5.2 A student’s level of competence shall be categorized by Grade Point

    (GP), Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) and Cumulative Grade

    Point Average (CGPA) secured in an examination.

    Credit: Integer specifying the relative emphasis of individual course

    item in a semester as indicated by the course structure and

    syllabus.

    Grade Point: Integer specifying the performance of the students in a

    course item as per the table in 5.1.

    Credit Point: Product of Credit and Grade point for each course item

    Credit Index: Sum of all the credits in a semester

    5.2.1. SEMESTER GRADE POINT AVERAGE (SGPA):

    The SGPA is the ratio of sum of the product of the number of Credits with

    the Grade Points scored by a student in all the courses taken by a student

    and the sum of the number of credits of all the courses undergone by a

    student. The SGPA should be calculated up-to 2 decimal point.

    Where, “k” is the number of semester (numeric) i.e. 1 to 6

    “i” is the 1st course item of the kth semester

    “n” is the total number of course item in the kth semester

    “C” is the numeric credit of the course defined in the syllabus

    “G” is the numeric Grade point secured by the candidate

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    5.2.2. CUMMULATIVE GRADE POINT AVERAGE (CGPA)

    The CGPA is also calculated up-to 2 decimal point in the same manner as

    SGPA taking into account all the courses undergone by a student over all

    the semesters of a programme.

    Where, “k” is the number of semester (numeric) i.e. 1 to 6

    “m” is the number of semester upto which CGPA is calculated

    “C” is the total numeric credit of kth semester

    “S” is the SGPA of kth Semester

    5.3 CONVERSION OF CGPA IN TERMS OF LETTER GRADE, PERCENTAGE OF

    MARKS AND CLASSIFICATION OF RESULTS.

    CGPA Letter Grade Classification (Honours) Classification (Pass)

    9.50 – 10.00 O

    First Class Honours

    Pass

    8.50 – 9.49 E

    7.50 – 8.49 A

    6.50 – 7.49 B

    5.00 – 6.49 C Second Class Honours

    4.00 – 4.99 D Pass without Honours

    Below 4.0 F Fail Fail

    The CGPA can be converted in to percentage of marks as given below

    Percentage of Marks = (CGPA-0.5) x 10

    5.4 PASSING CRITERIA

    5.4.1 In order to pass any theory component a candidate is required to secure a

    minimum of “P” grade.

    5.4.2 In order to pass any practical/tutorial component a candidate is required

    to secure a minimum of “D” grade.

    5.4.3 In order to clear a Semester examination a candidate is required to pass

    in all theory and practical/tutorial components of the semester.

    5.4.4 In order to retain Honours, a student has to secure a “C” grade and above

    in CGPA after completion of 6th Semester. In order to obtain Distinction,

    a student has to obtain “B” grade or above in CGPA and secure a

    minimum of “B” grade in all the components separately in first chance

    i.e. without any back or improvement.

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    6 REAPPEARANCE AT ANY SEMESTER EXAMINATION

    6.1 A candidate failing to pass and has obtained “F” grade in theory or

    practical/tutorial component of any paper of a semester examination

    may be allowed to re-appear only in that component of the paper at next

    examinations for that semester.

    6.2 A honours candidate, who has obtained “C” grade or below can appear at

    an improvement examination in DSC (Honours) and/or DSE (Elective)

    theory papers of any particular semester at immediate next examination

    for that semester after passing the three year degree course in Bachelor

    of Arts/ Science/ Commerce (Honours) examination. The combined

    results of candidates choosing to appear improvement examination will

    only be published at the subsequent Final Semester Examination.

    However, the maximum time limit for completion of the course is 6 years

    (12 semester examinations) from the date of admission, inclusive of any

    improvement examination.

    6.3 A candidate who wishes to appear improvement as per the above clause

    in any Semester shall be required to fill-up the application form and pay

    the requisite fees accordingly. Candidates taking this advantage may

    apply through the college from which s/he has passed the examination

    for the three year degree course and will be examined on the basis of

    current syllabus.

    7. APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION TO EXAMINATION

    7.1 Candidate applying for admission to the any semester examination in

    Arts, Science, or Commerce shall specify the subjects/papers as the case

    may be in which he or she desires to be examined for the Pass and

    Honours examination in the form of application prescribed for the

    purpose.

    7.2 The fees payable for Registration/ Admission to any examination, under

    this regulation shall be as prescribed from time to time.

    7.3 If a candidate has paid full fees for all the subjects in any examination,

    but remained absent in all the subjects, s/he shall be required to pay the

    full prescribed fees in order to appear at the same examination again in

    the subsequent years (s).

    8. MIGRATION

    8.1 Any candidate who has been registered as such in any other University of

    the State will be permitted to migrate to Sambalpur University to register

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    in any Semester Examination of this University. In such case, the

    marks/credits obtained by him/her in the earlier Semester Examination,

    as the case may be, of the other University will be taken as the marks

    obtained by him/her for the result as per the provision of the regulation,

    Act and statute.

    8.2 A committee may be formed by the C.O.E. to examine and consider all

    cases of credit transfer within the framework of credit load structure.

    9. OTHER BROAD PRINCIPLES

    9.1 For award of gold medals the university shall form a committee. The best

    graduate shall be decided from amongst the toppers of each honours

    under a faculty.

    9.2 Students who have failed/ remained absent/ improved their marks by

    repetition shall not be eligible for University medals and ranks.

    10 PUBLICATION OF RESULTS

    10.1 The results of the B.A./B.Sc./B.Com Degree Examinations and the award

    of grades and classification of result shall be determined on the basis of

    the guidelines enunciated under Clause 5 above.

    10.2 As soon as possible, preferably within 45 days after the completion of the

    VI-Semester (Theory Paper), the Syndicate shall publish a list of

    successful candidates.

    10.3 The list of those candidates, who passed in the First Class honours in a

    particular subject in 1st and only appearance in each semester shall be

    arranged in order of merit on the basis of CGPA.

    10.4. Candidates, appeared for back or improvement will not be eligible for the

    merit list.

    10.5 Every successful candidate at the Final Examination of the Degree Course

    shall receive a Diploma in prescribed form signed by the Vice-Chancellor.

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    APPENDIX-A (SUBJECT CHOICE TEMPLATE (Arts Honours)) DSC (HONOURS)

    (Any One) CODE

    GE other than Honours

    (Any One) CODE

    AECC Paper-2

    (Any One) CODE

    SEC (List-B)

    (Any One) CODE

    Anthropology ANT Arch. & Muse. ARC English EN Fashion Technology FT

    Computer Application CMA Anthropology ANT MIL(Odia) OD Paramedical and Health Care

    PH

    Economics ECO Bengali BEN MIL(Hindi) HN Office Management OM

    Education EDN Computer Application CMA MIL(Urdu) UR Banking BA

    English ENG Economics ECO MIL(Alt.En.) AE Tourism & Travel Management

    TT

    Gen. Pr. of Law & Ju. GPL Education EDN MIL(Bengali) BE Printing & Publication PP

    Geography GEO English ENG MIL(Telugu) TE Information Technology IT

    Hindi HIN Functional English FEN MIL(Santali) SA Dairying DA

    History HIS Gen. Pr. of Law & Ju. GPL

    Home Science HSC Geography GEO

    Lib. & Inf. Sc. LIB Hindi HIN

    Mathematics MAT History HIS

    Odia ODI Home Science HSC

    Political Science PSC Lib. & Inf. Sc. LIB

    Philosophy PHI Mathematics MAT

    Psychology PSY Odia ODI

    Sanskrit SAN Political Science PSC

    Santali SNT Philosophy PHI

    Sociology SOC Psychology PSY

    Statistics STA Public Administration PUB

    Sanskrit SAN

    Santali SNT

    Sociology SOC

    Statistics STA

    Telugu TEL

    Urdu URD

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    APPENDIX-B (SUBJECT CHOICE TEMPLATE (Arts Pass))

    CORE (PASS)

    (Any Two) CODE

    GE other than CORE

    (Any One) CODE

    MIL for CORE

    (Any One) CODE

    AECC Paper-2

    (Any One) CODE

    SEC (List-B)

    (Any One) CODE

    Arch. & Muse. ARC Arch. & Muse. ARC MIL(Odia) OD English EN Fashion Technology

    FT

    Anthropology ANT Anthropology ANT MIL(Hindi) HN MIL(Odia) OD Paramedical and Health Care

    PH

    Bengali BEN Bengali BEN MIL(Urdu) UR MIL(Hindi) HN Office Management

    OM

    Comp. Appl. CMA Comp. Appl. CMA MIL(Alt.En.) AE MIL(Urdu) UR Banking BA

    Economics ECO Economics ECO MIL(Bengali) BE MIL(Alt.En.) AE Tourism & Travel Management

    TT

    Education EDN Education EDN MIL(Telugu) TE MIL(Bengali) BE Printing & Publication

    PP

    English ENG English ENG MIL(Santali) SA MIL(Telugu) TE Information Technology

    IT

    Func. English FEN Func. English FEN MIL(Santali) SA Dairying DA

    Gen. Pr. of Law & Ju.

    GPL Gen. Pr. of Law & Ju.

    GPL

    Geography GEO Geography GEO

    Hindi HIN Hindi HIN

    History HIS History HIS

    Home Science HSC Home Science HSC

    Lib. & Inf. Sc. LIB Lib. & Inf. Sc. LIB

    Mathematics MAT Mathematics MAT

    Odia ODI Odia ODI

    Political Sc. PSC Political Sc. PSC

    Philosophy PHI Philosophy PHI

    Psychology PSY Psychology PSY

    Public Admn. PUB Public Admn. PUB

    Sanskrit SAN Sanskrit SAN

    Santali SNT Santali SNT

    Sociology SOC Sociology SOC

    Statistics STA Statistics STA

    Telugu TEL Telugu TEL

    Urdu URD Urdu URD

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    APPENDIX-C (SUBJECT CHOICE TEMPLATE (Science Honours)) DSC (HONOURS) (Any One)

    CODE GE other than Honours (Any One)

    CODE AECC Paper-2 (Any One)

    CODE SEC (List-B) (Any One)

    CODE

    Botany BOT Anthropology ANT English EN Fashion Technology FT

    Chemistry CHE Botany BOT MIL(Odia) OD Paramedical and Health Care PH

    Comp. Sc. & Dt. Proc. CSC Chemistry CHE MIL(Hindi) HN Office Management OM

    Electronics ELE Computer Application CMA MIL(Urdu) UR Banking BA

    Env. Science ENV Comp. Sc. & Dt. Proc. CSC MIL(Alt.En.) AE Tourism & Travel Management TT

    Geology GEL Electronics ELE MIL(Bengali) BE Printing & Publication PP

    Mathematics MTH Env. Science ENV MIL(Telugu) TE Horticulture HO

    Physics PHY Food Sc. & Qu. Cont. FSQ MIL(Santali) SA Electrical Domestic Appliance ED

    Statistics STT Geology GEL Information Technology IT

    Zoology ZOO Home Science HSC Automobile Technology AT

    Industrial Chemistry ICH Mobile Technology MT

    Ind. Fish & Fisheries IFF Dairying DA

    Inf. Technology ITE

    Mathematics MTH

    Physics PHY

    Sericulture SER

    Statistics STT

    Textile Science TXS

    Zoology ZOO

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    APPENDIX-D (SUBJECT CHOICE TEMPLATE (Science Pass)) DSC (PASS) (Any Three)

    CODE AECC Paper-2 (Any One)

    CODE SEC (List-B) (Any One)

    CODE

    Anthropology ANT English EN Fashion Technology FT

    Botany BOT MIL(Odia) OD Paramedical and Health Care PH

    Chemistry CHE MIL(Hindi) HN Office Management OM

    Computer Application CMA MIL(Urdu) UR Banking BA

    Computer Sc. & Data Proc. CSC MIL(Alt.En.) AE Tourism & Travel Management TT

    Electronics ELE MIL(Bengali) BE Printing & Publication PP

    Environmental Science ENV MIL(Telugu) TE Horticulture HO

    Food Science & Qu. Cont. FSQ MIL(Santali) SA Electrical Domestic Appliance ED

    Geology GEL Information Technology IT

    Home Science HSC Automobile Technology AT

    Industrial Chemistry ICH Mobile Technology MT

    Industrial Fish & Fisheries IFF Dairying DA

    Information Technology ITE

    Mathematics MTH

    Physics PHY

    Sericulture SER

    Statistics STT

    Textile Science TXS

    Zoology ZOO

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    APPENDIX-E (SUBJECT CHOICE TEMPLATE (Commerce Honours & Pass))

    Skill Enhancement Course-LIST B (SEC) (Any One Paper)

    CODE

    Paramedical and Health Care PH

    Office Management OM

    Banking BA

    Tourism & Travel Management TT

    Printing and Publication PP

    Information Technology IT

    Dairying DA

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