Relevant University Rules

Recognition of Qualifying Examination by the University

A candidate who seeks admission to the University on the basis of having passed an examination of another University accepted as equivalent to the qualifying Examination of this University shall apply to the University through the Principal of the college for recognition of the examination passed by him.

Every such application shall be made in the prescribed form and accompanied by the Treasury Chalan for the prescribed fee and the original certificate of the qualifying examination.

Migration Certificate

Migration Certificate will be issued to candidates who seek admission to a course of study in any other University and who apply for the same in the prescribed form.

Transfer From One College to Another

A student desirous of transfer from one college to another shall apply to the Registrar in the prescribed form for permission for such transfer. Such application shall be accompanied by the following:

  • A written consent of the Principal of the college in which the student is studying.
  • A written promise of admission from the Principal of the college which he proposes to join, together with an assurance by him that the student, if the transfer is permitted, will be able to continue in his college the course of study already commenced by the student in each subject under each part of the examination.
  • A progress and conduct certificate from the Principal of the college he is leaving.

Rules for Revaluation of Answer Paper

  • Candidates for all examinations including Diploma Examinations are eligible for revaluation.
  • Every application for revaluation shall be made in the prescribed proforma. It shall be accompanied by a fee of Rs. 150/- (Rupees one hundred only) for each answer paper.
  • A progress and conduct certificate from the Principal of the college he is leaving.
  • If the difference between the original marks and the revalued marks is less than 5% of the maximum marks the original marks will stand good.
  • If the difference between the original marks and the average of the revalued marks is 5% or more of the maximum marks the answer paper will be revalued again by another examiner. If the difference between the original marks and the average of the two revalued marks is less than 5% of the maximum marks, the original marks will stand good and if the difference is 5% or more, the average of the revalued marks will be awarded.
  • Where the difference between the original marks and the average of the revalued marks is found to be 15% or more of the maximum marks in science subjects and 20% or more in the arts subjects, appropriate action will be taken against the examiner who originally valued the answer paper.
  • In the event of answer scripts required for revaluation scrutiny, not becoming available for any reason, the original valuation will be treated as final and the fee remitted in such cases will be refunded.
  • In case where the revalued marks are less than the original marks, the original marks will be retained.
  • The Candidates who apply for revaluation will be given an opportunity to identify their answer papers, after the release of the results of the revaluation.

Re-appearance for Improvement of Results
B.A./B.Sc./B.Com./B.B.M. Degree Examinations

A Candidate shall be permitted to re-appear for betterment of marks (retaining his/her original marks) paper wise/part wise/division wise either during the course or within one year after the successful completion of the entire course provided that he / she has not reappeared for any paper in that part / division.

Registration of the name of the candidate for the examination shall be treated as permission for reappearance and the candidate who registered his / her name for reappearance shall not be permitted to reappear again even if such a candidate was absent at the examination. Re-appearance for improvement is also subject to the following conditions.

  • Re-appearance shall not be allowed more than once in each part/division of the examination.
  • A candidate who re-appears has to take the examinations as per the scheme and syllabus in force at the time of his/her re-appearance.
  • A candidate who joins for a higher course or who fails to produce his/her T. C. or who applied for his/her original degree certificates shall not be eligible for re-appearance.
  • A candidate who utilised the chance to re-appear after his/her successful completion of the course shall not be eligible for the award of prize/medal or rank certificate.
  • The results of a failed candidate in a part/division shall not be modified through paper wise/division wise re-appearance or betterment of results.

M.A./M.Sc./M.Com. Examinations

  • A candidate shall be permitted to re-appear under the scheme for paper(s) of his choice of the previous/final examination of the P. G. course with option to retain the original marks.
  • Re-appearance under this scheme shall be permitted only once each for the previous and the final examinations.
  • A candidate who re-appears under this scheme after completion of the course shall do so within a period of one year after completion.
  • A candidate who has successfully completed the previous/final examination only shall be permitted to re-appear for paper(s) of previous/final examination.
  • Improvement under this scheme is not applicable to Practical / C.A / Viva Voce / Dissertation examinations.
  • A candidate who re-appears under this scheme after completion of the course shall not be eligible for re-appearance under this scheme.
  • A candidate who re-appears, has to take the examination as per the scheme and syllabus in force at the time of his / her re-appearance.