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Rule Regulation Of BCA 3 Year Programme


Duration


  • BCA Programme duration is 3 years having 6 semesters.
  • Odd semester is from June to December (Sem-1, Sem-3, Sem-5). The examination shall be held normally in the month of November-December.
  • Even semester is from January to June (Sem-2, Sem-4, Sem-6). ). The examination shall be held normally in the month of May-June. However the final semester will be conducted on April and result shall be published by end of May.
  • The student would be required to complete the course within six academic years from the date of admission.
  • Registration for Semester-I is compulsory. A candidate admitted to Degree Course but not registered for 1st semester examination, his/her admission will be automatically cancelled.
  • A candidate may take a blank Semester: A blank Semester has to be clubbed with next Odd or Even Semester as the case may be i.e. Sem.-II, Sem-IV and Sem-VI / Sem.-I, Sem.-III and Sem.-V.
  • 75% attendance for regular students is a requirement for being eligible to appear at Examination Up to 15% waiver may be granted by HOD at discretion on Health Ground or participation in sports, cultural activities, NCC and NSS activities.
  • A student may clear backlog papers within 6 years. Improvement if any has to be completed within 4 years.

Weightage Distribution (Percentage) For Evaluation:


Theory Subjects


Mid Term Test-I Internal Mid Term Test-II End Term Test Total
15 15 70 100

Practical Subjects


Assignments Record Viva (External) Total
10 10 30 50

Grading System


Grade Marks secured out of 100 Grade Point
Outstanding ‘O’ 90-100 10
Excellent ‘A+’ 80-89 9
Very Good ‘A’ 70-79 8
Good ‘B+’ 60-69 7
Above Average ‘B’ 50-59 6
Fair ‘C’ 40-49 5
Pass ‘D’ 30-39 4
Failed ‘F’ Below 30 0

Practical


  • Around 30-50 problem will be given to students and has to be solved in computer lab. for each practical subjects.
  • Around 100 practical problems has to be solved in case of programming language subjects like C, C++, JAVA, .Net, PHP, Data Structure, Oracle etc.
  • 90% attendance is a requirement for being eligible to appear at Practical Examination Up to 15% waiver may be granted by HOD at discretion on Health Ground or participation in sports, cultural activities, NCC and NSS activities.
  • Student need to submit practical record time to time to the concerned faculty members.
  • A viva voce will be conducted leading an external examiner who will be sent by the University. Each student has to show their practical outputs and programs.

Internal Examination


  • The internal Evaluation would be the sole responsibility of Teacher offering the course
  • 1 Hour test having both sort type and long type covering the classes on that day.
  • Students need to secure minimum 8 marks to be declared as pass in internal examination of each subject.
  • A reward or grace up to 5 marks will be added in internal examinations to the students having good attendance in subjects. However, it need recommendation of the concerned faculties.

Final Examination


  • Model answers for internal examinations should be between 200-500 words where as Model answers for final examinations should be between 700-1000 words.
  • As per the syllabus each module carries 14 marks