Examination Reforms​

Some reforms related to university examination are implemented by Gondwana University and statute was strictly followed from 2012-13, with good results. Theory and practical exam are scheduled earlier so as to declare the results on time.
  1. The examinations are conducted even on Sundays.
  2. Time bound programs for the declaration of result were framed.
  3. Spot examination for all subjects is introduced for quick and timely completion of valuation work.
  4. The examination work is made mandatory to all teaching staff.
Besides above university exam reforms, college has also made some modifications in the internal examination system.
  1. At college level, unit tests and preparatory test examination were conducted for all B.Sc. students.
  2. It is mandatory for the entire student to appear for class tests, unit tests, seminars and college annual exam.
  3. To ensure seriousness in the examination system, some measures were adopted. The students who score less than 25% marks in all college exams and who remains absent in the examination, their re-examination was conducted before the University examination at college level in order to improve their performance.
  4. The practice of ‘Academic Clearance’ certificate in addition to the ‘no dues’ certificate at the end of the session was continued.
  5. Development of study materials: Most of the subject concern teaching staff prepared subject wise/paper wise notes, charts, and models for the students, which was very beneficial while studying.
  6. Book bank; book bank (Subject wise) facility was provided to the backward class and financially weaker section students, for the session on nominal deposit basis and refunded after returning the books after the completion of university exam.
  7. Question bank: Subject wise as well as Paper wise question sets were prepared by the teachers as per the university pattern. Sets were made available to the entire students for reference in the departmental and central library. Students were allowed to get photocopy of question sets those who were interested.
  8. Unit Test/ Surprise Test were also conducted by the respective faculty members and Test examinations were conducted by college and final examination was conducted by the University.
  9. The students remaining absent for examination were monitored from attendance register. Result Committee monitored the performance of these students, and encouraged them for good performance.
  10. Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation of the students was also in practiced. Performance is evaluated through discussions with students and concerned teachers.
  11. Performance/result is also recorded in teacher’s diary so that need based teaching methodology can be adopted.
  12. Teachers analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of the students. Performance is discussed in Staff meetings, College Council Meeting and Local Managing Committee’s meeting. Overall feedback from students were also taken into account.

ATKT Rules:

The evaluation (Examination, declaration of result and ATKT norms) of students is an integral part of teaching-learning process. Since the college is affiliated to Gondwana University Gadchiroli, we follow the mechanism prescribed by the university. However the College has taken efforts to improve the performance of students by framing significant reforms in continuous internal evaluation at the institutional level and external evaluation by University level.

Gondwana University, Gadchiroli.

Bachelor of Science- Semester Pattern with Credit Grade System.



Norms of A.T.K.T:—

The admission to the program shall be subjected to ATKT rules as given below:

  1. A student shall be allowed to keep term for semester II irrespective of grades obtained in each course of semester I
  2. A student shall be allowed to keep term for semester III if he/she passes (grade E or above in each course) each of semester I & semester II Or He/ She passes two courses in each semester.
  3. A student shall be allowed to keep term for semester IV irrespective of grades obtained in each course of semester III & can appear for Semester IV examination.
For admission to Semester Candidates should have passed in all subjects of following examination Candidates should have satisfactorily completed the term work and appeared for at least one paper of the following exam. Candidates should have passed at least 40% subjects of
Sem. I XIIth class or equivalent ——- ———
Sem. II —– Ist Semester ———–
Sem. III —— ——— Semester I and II separately (two subjects from each)
Sem. IV —— Semester III ——-
Sem. V Semester I and II ——- Semester I and II separately (one subjects from each)
Sem. VI ——– Vth Semester ——-

Gondwana University, Gadchiroli.

Master of Science- Semester Pattern with Credit Grade System
ORDINANCE NO. 14 OF 2017 EXAMINATIONS LEADING TO THE DEGREE OF (विज्ञान पारंगत) (MASTER OF SCIENCE) (M.Sc.) (SEMESTER PATTERN WITH CREDIT GRADE SYSTEM) IN THE FACULTY OF SCIENCE, ORDINANCE, 2017. Norms of A.T.K.T:— The ATKT rules for the admission to (विज्ञान पारंगत) M.Sc. Course (Theory and Practical as separate passing head) shall be as given in the following table:
Admission to Semester Candidate should have passed in all the subjects of the following examination Candidates should Have Satisfactorily Completed the term work & appeared For at least one paper Of the following exam. Candidate should have Passed at least two third of the passing heads of the following examination
Semester I As provided in the para 6 of 5 of this Ordinance ——- ——
Semester II ——- Semester I ——
Semester III ——– ——– Semester I & II taken together
Semester IV ——– Semester III …………………
  1. A student shall be allowed to keep term for semester V, if he / She passes semester I,II, III & IV. Or He / She has passed Semester I & Semester II and Pass in at least 2 courses each of Semester III & IV.
  2. A student shall be allowed to keep term for Sem VI irrespective of grades obtained in each course of Semester V.
  3. There will be supplementary examination conducted for external evaluation (Semester end) by the university.

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