Examination Office


Results are declared after 48 hours of the last examination

Everything depends on one’s mind. Nothing can be achieved without purity of mind.

Examination office is for the welfare of the students and special efforts are available for the physically challenged students and economically weaker sections of the community. An academic year is divided into two semesters. The first semester is from June/July to November/December and the second semester is from November/December to April/May. A semester consists of 90 working days

Evaluation consists of both Continuous Internal Assessment (CIA) and End Semester Examinations (ESE). The entire Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programmes offered by our college have various assessments for continuous internal evaluation.Relevant types of internal assessment are developed suiting the needs and requirements of each specific course.The various assessment components are quiz, snap test, viva-voce, seminar, listening comprehension, reading comprehension, problem solving, map reading, group discussion, panel discussion, assignment, field visit, poster presentation, open book test, writing composition, case study, online test, etc.

The CIA marks are read out and signed by the students in the respective classes on the day specified in the calendar. CIA is mandatory for all the students.

Internal Assessment Modes(Theory Course)

Library Record 3 marks
Participation in National Festivals and Social Service 3 marks
Any three of the assessment components (each 3 marks) 9 marks
Class Test (best 2 out of 3) 5 marks
Model Examination 5 marks
Attendance 5 marks
Total 30 marks

Internal Assessment Modes (Practical Course)

Laboratory work assessment(best 2 out of 3) 20 marks
Viva voce/ Lab quiz 10 marks
Class Performance 10 marks
Total 40 marks

Internal Assessment Modes (Project)

Project Assessment 15 marks
Participation in discussion 10 marks
Presentation 5 marks
Total 30 marks

The Summative Examinations (SEs) are conducted at the end of the semester.Questions are generated from question banks for Summative Examinations. The question banks are large and contain questions under various categories based on learning outcomes. The proportion of CIA evaluation to SE evaluation should be (30:70).The passing minimum for UG Programmeis 40% and PG Programme is 50%. Central evaluation is conducted for all semester examinations.There is double valuation for PG programmes. Results are passed in the Examination Committee Meeting and Mark Sheets are issued to students within a reasonable time. All UG/PG students can have their semester papers revalued by paying a nominal fee (as per Periyar University norms).

  • Extra credits are given for extra skills and courses qualified in MOOC/NPTEL.

Computer Based Tests are conducted for the following courses:

  • Value Education
  • Articulation and Idea Fixation Skills
  • Environmental Studies
  • Human Rights
  • Skill Based
  • Non-Major Elective
  • Non-Major Skill Based
  • Productive Preparation for NET/SET/JRF/CSIR