The evaluation mechanism is a part of direct assessments within the OBE framework adopted as a part of Exam Reforms. This evaluation for a course in a semester is of two types based on the type of course -
Assessment for every semester is divided in two parts.
- Continuous Evaluation
- Term-end Examination
Normally, assessment for a subject comprises a written paper of 60 marks to test the comprehension of the subject and 40 internal marks.
1. Continuous Evaluation
Continuous evaluation of students' performance shall be carried out continuously throughout the semester. This shall be by way of his/ her performance in classroom discussion, case studies, project work, presentations, assignments, quizzes, class tests, on-line tests and any other mode of performance assessments as deemed fit by the faculty, as per the requirements of the subject and students’ skill development. Forty percent weightage shall be given to this assessment. Each assessment shall be mapped to Course Outcomes as per the Outcome Based Education System.
2. Term-end Examination
Term-end is the final assessment which a student shall take for every course at the end of a semester. This assessment maybe carried out in an online mode or in pen and paper format. The assessment format shall be decided by the Director in consultation with the faculty members and academic committee. The assessment shall be mapped to Course Outcomes as per the Outcome Based Education System. The duration of each examination will be 2 hours and 30 minutes.