Examination Rules

There will be at least two in course examination and home assignment to be conducted by the course teacher of his/her course and marks along with grade be submitted to the Head of the Department for compilation and subsequent submission to the Controller of examinations will be conducted by the National University on six monthly basis for each semester. The routine for improvements and retakes should not coincide. Two examiners will evaluate the final examination scripts and third examiner be appointed should the difference of marks awarded exceed 20%.
Each lecture course examination will be of the three hours. Viva-voce will be taken at the end of 4th year for 50 marks and the rest 50 marks for the project report. Two individual marks will be added together and the total will be considered to grade the full course. Two examiners will examine the Project report (one internal / supervisor and a second examiner / External). The examination committee as per normal convention of National University will conduct viva.

All lecture courses bearing 100 marks will be examined and marks awarded as follows:

Examination Duration Marks Examined By
First Mid Term 1 Hour Exam 15 Course Teacher
Second Mid Term 1 Hour Exam 15 Course Teacher
Final Examination 3 Hour Exam 70 Two Examiners
Total : 100

Evaluation

There will be an exalmination committee for each year of the BBA Program. Two examiners will evaluate the final examination scripts independently, requiring the appointment of a third examiner where the difference of marks awarded is more than 20%. Appointment of examination committee chairman/ members and the examiners will be made from a panel of examiners consisting of college and university teaches of the country. A teacher may be restricted to act as an examiner or in any other capacity in the examination related works of the National University even if he/ she is in the panel, if he/she is so barred by the University for specific reasons (s). The third examiner for a course will be from the panel other than a member of the examination committee or a tabulator, provided further that he/she was not an examiner of this course. A same examiner except third examination cannot examine two papers of the same year. Examination Works should be distributed as widely and as evenly as possible and a teacher should not be given unusual load. At least two tabulators should tabulate the results and in doing so they are to round up marks to the advantage of a students i.e., any fraction being the next number.

Computation of Grade Point Average will be made on the Basic of following illustration:

GPA =
(Credit X Grade Point)
Total Credit

Example:

FIRST SEMESTER

Course No. No of Credits Geand Awarded Corresponding Grade Point Points Secured
Col. 1 Col. 2 Col. 3 Col.4 = Col.1 X Col.3
1101 3 B 3 9
1102 3 A 4 12
1103 3 C 2 6
1104 3 B 3 9
1105 3 B 3 9
Total: 15 45

EARNED CREDIT (EC) 3+3+3+3+3 = 15

GPA =
45
15
3.00

SECOND SEMESTER

Course No. No of Credits Geand Awarded Corresponding Grade Point Points Secured
Col. 1 Col. 2 Col. 3 Col.4 = Col.1 X Col.3
1201 3 B 3 9
1202 3 C 2 6
1203 3 F 0 0
1204 3 B 3 9
1105 3 C 2 6
Total: 15 30

EARNED CREDIT (EC) 3+3+3+3+3 = 15

GPA =
30
15
2.00

Cumulative up to date

Total Credit 15+15 30
Total Grade Point Secured 45+30 75
CGPA 75/30 2.5
EARNED CREDIT (EC 15+12 27

Class Attendance

Every student of BBA program must attend at least 85%of class lectures to qualify for sitting in the semester final examination. Students having less than 85% attendance but more than 60% can be allowed to sit in examinations as non-collegiate students. Rules applicable for non-collegiate students will be applied on them.

Disciplinary Measures

Any students adopting unfair means will be treated as per the rules of National University in this regard.


Application, Modification And Administration Of The Rules

National University will from time to time change, modify, insert, amend, and administer the exiting rules for BBA Four-year program. The National University will, also make any further detailing of the rules, explanations, clarifications etc,. given herein as and when required.

Guidance

Through assessing the academic potential of the students, their exam, results and their interpersonal behavior, an experienced officer guides them to choose appropriate branches in higher studies. He also provides suggestion to prepare and achieve the desired goal.