Examination
  1. There shall be one Terminal and one Annual examination for the students of first year of +2 stream. Similarly there shall be one Pre-Test and one Test examination for +2 second year students.
  2. A student can appear the Annual of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE). Examination if he/she is sent up by the college authority .
  3. The date for the CHSE Examination has been fixed by the statute of the Council. It is generally held in the first week of March of every year.
  4. Instant Examination: It can be availed to all those candidates   securing 35% marks in aggregate and failing in “OneSubject only" Compulsory/Elective) to clear up the examination.

RULES OF PROMOTION OF STUDENTS FOR THE  TEST EXAMINATION:

1. Appearance at the Terminal and Test Examination  is compulsory for the students.

2. Any reported case of indiscipline/malpractice at the examination will be decided by the Staff Council on the basis of the merit of the individual case.

3. The Staff Council has the power to alter the rules as  and when necessary.

4.A Student shall not be sent up to fill up of the forms for CHSE/UU Examination for the non-appearance

of Examination in any one of the subjects offered and not having 60% of attendance in each subject.

5.The name of the student shall be struck off from the college for any indiscipline in the college.

Pass marks and Division

30 % marks in each subject in which there is no practical examination.
b. In a subject which has practical examination a student is required to secure 30 % marks in Theory and 40 % in Practical paper.
c. A student is to secure 35 % marks in aggregate in order to pass in +2 Arts or Commerce or Science.
d. A student has to secure 50 % marks in order to get second division and 60 % marks for first division.

4. UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONQUALIFICATION FOR ADMISSION TO THE FIRST,
SECOND AND FINAL EXAMINATIONS:
1. Any registered student of the University may be admitted into the First Examination if he /she has completed in one or more colleges admitted for the purpose of such examination in the subjects in which he/she offers a regular course of study for not less than one academic year after passing the Higher Secondary Examination conducted by the Council of Higher Secondary Education ,Orissa or any other examination recognized by CHSE,Orissa and Utkal University as equivalent thereto ,provided he is not otherwise ineligible to appear the said examination.
2. Any registered student of the University may be admitted to the Second Examination for the Bachelor’s Degree in Arts/Science/Commerce if he/she has cleared the first examination in the concerned stream or has appeared the said examination and has there after completed a regular course of study for not less than one academic year in the second year course in one or more colleges admitted for the purpose of such examination in the subjects which he/she offers,porvided that he/she is not otherwise ineligible for appearing the said examination.
3. Any registered student of the University may be admitted to the Final examination for the Bachelor’s Degree in Arts / Science/Commerce if he/she has cleared the second examination in the concerned stream or has appeared the said examination and has thereafter completed a regular course

of study for not less than one academic year in the third year course in one or more colleges admitted for the purpose of such examintion in the subjects which he/she offers,provided that he/she is not otherwise ineligible for appearing the said examination.
4. In order to clear an examination(First/Second/Final)a candidate is required to secure 30% marks in a subject and 40% in each practical paper.
5. PASS MARKS AND CLASSIFICATION OF SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES:
1. Aggregate marks for passing the degree examination shall be the sum total of the aggregate of First,Second and Final Examination taken together.
2. Class will be awarded on the following basis:
pass A minimum of 30% in each subject and a minimum of 36% of marks in the aggregate.
Pass with Distinction A minimum of 30% in each subject and a minimum of 50% of marks in the aggregate.
Pass without Honours A minimum of 30% in each subject and a minimum of 36% in aggregate in subjects other
than Honours and less than 45%
but not less than 36% in Honours subject.
Pass without Honours
and with Distinction A minimum of 30% in each
subject and a minimum of 36% in aggregate in subjects other than Honours and a minimum of 50% in aggregate for pass and Honours subjects combined.
Seconds Class Honours In addition to Second Class
with Distinction Honours a minimum of 50% marks secured in subjects other than Honours in first appearance.
First Class Honours A minimum of 30% in each
subject and a minimum of 36% in aggregate in subjects other than Honours and a minimum of 60% or more in Honours.
First Class Honours 
with Distinction In addition to First Class Honours a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate in subjects other than Honours in first appearance.
3. In each of the above examination for subjects having practical a candidate,in order to pass, must have secured a minimum of 30% of marks in theory paper(s) taken together in a subject and a minimum of 40% marks in practical paper other than Honours subjects,provided he/she has secured the minimum aggregate marks.
4. In each of the above examinations for subjects having practical,a candidate, in order to secure Honours,must have secured a minimum of 45% of marks in theory paper(s) taken together and a minimum of 45% marks in practical paper (s) taken together in Honours subject.
5. (a) If a candidate is marked absent in any sitting (s) of an examination,such a candidate shall have to reappear in that paper(s) subjects (s)in order that his/her results are declared.

(b) A candidate failing to secure a minimum of 30% in pass subject and/or a minimum of 40% in each practical paper either in the First, Second and Final Examination of this University may be allowed to appear in those subjects is not more than two chances(examinations) immediately following that examination for which he was first registered,to clear the back paper (s)on payment of prescribed fees.
However,if a candidate who has not cleared an examination may at his option,appear in all papers of that examination under the following conditions.
(a) Marks secured by the candidate in that examination earlier stands cancelled.
(b) After exercising the option to appear in all papers or an examination,if a candidate fails to clear that examination,he/she will be required to appear in all the papers of that examination in a subsequent chance,within 5 years of first registration to First degree examination.
(c) If a candidate has appeared in back papers in the first chance and in all the papers in the second chance and also has failed,such a candidate can appear at that examination(in all the papers) under new course only within 5years of 1st registration of First degree examination.
(d) If the candidate fails to secure the pass marks in the aggregate (under regulation mentioned in this section point 2) he/she may reappear in one or more subjects/ paper(s) if his choice from either the First ,Second or Final Examination to make up the deficiency.This chance shall be available to a candidate in maximum two subsequent chances(examinations)only following the final examination in which he/she was first registered but within 5 years of 1st registration of First degree examination.

(e) (i)Candidates who have been duly admitted to B.A./ B.Sc./B.Com.(Honours)(3years degree course) examination of the Utkal University and have obtained only a Second Class (hons.) or passed without Honours can re-appear at any examination(s)for the (Hons) paper only of his/her choice to improve their results within two subsequent chances(examinations.),on application submitted through the Principal of a College affiliated to Utkal University in the subject up to the honours level.The higher of the marks in each paper shall be taken into consideration for determining their re sults and divisions.However ,distinctions if earned by the candidate shall not be effected by improvement ex amination under this clause.
(ii) Provided that a candidate shall be allowed to improve his performance in theory papers only and only once after passing the B.A./B.Sc./B.Com.(3 years Degree Course) Examination of Utkal University.
(iii) A candidate who wishes to improve performance in Hons., shall be required to fill in application forms and pay the requisite fees accordingly.
(iv) Collegiate candidates taking this advantage shall be treated as regular candidates and will be examined on the basis of current syllabus.
(v) The expression “subject” shall include all the papers comprised in the subject.
(f) Provided further that in no case a candidate shall be allowed to appear any examination after 5 years of first registration to First University Examination.
MODE OF EXAMINATIONS AND DURATION OF PAPER:
1. The Examination in Arts/Science/Commerce shall be conducted by means of written papers.

2. There shall be practical examination in all subjects in which it is prescribed in syllabus.
3. The duration of examination for each theory paper carrying 50 marks shall be two hours and for each theory paper carrying 75 or 100 marks,it shall be of 3 hours. The course contents of the paper shall be designed accordingly by respective Board of Studies.
4. The laboratory notebook of the fieldwork,notebook of each candidate who offers a subject in which there is practical examination,shall be inspected by the Examiners who shall take those into consideration which determines the results of the practical examination Each experiment in every note book shall contain the date of the experiment, signature of the student and the initial of the teacher with date under whom the experiment was performed.
5. The question paper of the University Examination in Arts/Science/Commerce shall contain alternative questions on the courses of study prescribed for the preceding year where such courses of study have since been altered or amended.
8. Course Structure
8.1 B.A. Pass : The Course Structure and marks distri bution for B.A. pass shall be follows.
 

First Year

Second Year

Third Year

English-1 100

English-1 100

Indian Society and Culture 100

MIL/Alternative English-1 100

MIL/Alternative English-1 100

Environmental Studies - 50

Pass A -1 100

Pass A -3 100

Computer Application- 50

Pass A -2 100

Pass A -4 100

Elective B-1 100

Elective A-1 100

Elective A-2 100

Elective B-2 100

Total Marks 500

Total Marks 500

Total Marks 400

.2 A pass student shall offer one pass subject carrying 400 marks in addition to compulsory and Elective papers. Each student shall offer two elective subjects. Each elective subject shall consist of two papers carrying 100 marks. subject with practical component shall have 75 % theory and 25% practical.
9.1 B.A. ( Honours) The Course structure and mark dis attribution for B.A.( Hons.) shall be follows.

First Year

Second Year

Third Year

English-1 100

English-1 100

Indian Society and Culture 100

MIL/Alternative English-1 100

MIL/Alternative English-1 100

Environmental Studies -50

ComputerApplication     50

Elective A -1 100

Hons P-3 100

Hons P-1                  100

Elective A -2 100

Hons P-4 100

Hons P-1                  100

Hons      P-1 100

Hons P-5 100

Elective B-1              100

Hons      P-2 100

 Hons P-6 100

Elective B-2          100

 

    Total Marks 600

Total Marks  600

    Total Marks           600


9.2 A candidate in B.A.( Hons) shall offer an honours subject carrying 800 marks and two elective subjects besides compulsory subjects. Each elective subject shall consists of two papers each carrying 100 marks. Subject with practical component shall have 75 % theory and 25 % practical.
10. A candidate in B.A.( Hons. or Pass) shall choose two elective subjects, carrying 200 marks ( without practi cal components) from among the following subjects or other subject that may be decided by the University ac cording to suitability.
Indian Polity, Indian Economics, Landmarks in Indian History Sanskrit , Oriya & Philosophy.

Provided that a student(Hons. or Pass) offering Pol.Sc., Phil., Edn., Eco., Hist. or Sans. as pass or honours, subject shall not be allowed to take Indian Polity, Indian Economics, Philosophy, Landmarks in Inidan History, Sanskrit respectively as his/her elective subject(s).
11.1 B.Sc.(Pass) The course structure and marks distribution for B.Sc.(pass) shall be as follows.

First Year

Second Year

Third Year

English 50

Enironmental Studies 50

InformationTechnology50

Indian society and Culture 100

MIL/Alternative English 50

 

Minor Elective 100

Pass A -1 75

Pass A -4 75

Major Elective P-I100

Pass A -2 75

Pass A -5 75

Major Elective P-2 100

Pass A -3 50(Pr.)

Pass A -6 50(Pr.)

 

Pass B -1 75

Pass B -4 75

 

Pass B -2 75

Pass B -5 75

 

Pass B-3 50(Pr.)

Pass B-6 50(Pr.)

 

Total Marks 500

Total Marks 500

Total Marks 500


Pass Mathematics has 4 theory papers only(A1,A2,A3,A4/B1,B2,B3,B4) carrying 100 marks each.
11.2 Acandidate in B.Sc. (Pass) shall choose two pass subjects papers. Subject with practical shall have 25% practical and 75% theory. There shall be two electives, one major carrying 200 marks with two papers of100 marks each and one minor carrying 100 mark1

12.1 B.Sc. (Hons.) The course structure and marks distribution for B.Sc.(Hons) shall be as follows.

First Year

Second Year

Third Year

English 50

Enironmental Studies 50

InformationTechnology50

Indian society and Culture 100

MIL/Alternative English 50

 

 

Pass A -1 75

Pass A -4 75

Hons P -7 75

Pass A -2 75

Pass A -5 75

Hons P -8 75

Pass A -3 50(Pr.)

Pass A -6 50(Pr.)

Hons P -975

Hons P -1 75

Hons P -4 75

Hons P -10 75

Hons P -1 75

Hons P -5 75

Hons P -11 75

Hons P -1 50(Pr.)

Hons P -6 50(Pr.)

Hons P -12 50(Pr.)

Minor Elective 100

Major ElectiveP-I 100

Major Elective P-2 100

Total Marks 600

Total Marks 600

Total Marks 600

12.2 A B.Sc.(Hons.) student shall choose an Honours subject carrying 800 marks . One Pass subject carrying 400 marks , one minor elective carrying 100 marks and one major elective of 200 marks consisting of two papers each carrying 100 marks besides compulsory papers. Subjects (s) with practical shall carrying 75 % theory and 25 practicals.

13.1 Minor Elective Papers : In science (both Pass and Hons. ) a student with Life Sciences ( Botany and Zoology) as pass and Hons. shall take one Minor Elective paper on Mathematics and Statistics

carrying 100 marks whereas the studrtnts of Physical sciences shall take Biology as Minor Elective carrying 100 marks.
13.2 A B.Sc. student (Pass and Hons.) shall choose one subject as Major Elective from among the following subjects (or other subjects(s) to be decided by the University according to suitability and availability of subjects in the college) carrying 200 marks with two papers of 100 marks each ( without any practical component)
Physics , Chemistry, Mathematics provided that a student ( Hons. or Pass) offering any of the subjects like Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics as Honour or Pass shall not be allowed to offer corresponding subject as a major elective paper. Subjects offer as Major Elective Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Env. Science.
14.1 Elective subjects shall not carry any practical componet.
14.2 A candidate shall be allowed to offer any one of the following M.I.L.s : Oriya, Hindi, Bengli, Telgu, and Urdu provided that a candidate shall be allowed to offer Alternative English in lieu of M.I.L. This college has teaching facility MIL(Oriya)
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15.1 B.Com (Pass) The course structure and distribution of marks in B.Com (Pass) shall be as follows.

First Year

Second Year

Third Year

Communicative English 100

Indian Society & Culture 100

Environmental Studies -50
Computer Application 50

Business 
Economics 100

Pass-IV- B.Stat 100

Pass-VIII- MA 100

Pass-I- FA 100

Pass-V B.Env 100

Pass-IX - PBM 100

Pass-II- BRF 100

Pass-VI C. A/c 100

Pass-X - Aud. 100

Pass-III- FE 100

Pass-VII I.T. 100

 

Total Marks 500

Total Marks 500

Total Marks 500

15.2 B.Com(Hons.) The course structure and distribution of marks in B.Com(Hons.) shall be as follows

First Year

Second Year

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