SEMESTER RULES AND REGULATIONS

l. SCHEDULE OF SEMESTERS

  1. There shall be two semesters in an academic year. Summer semester of 9 weeks is optional
  2. Each semester shall be of 18 working weeks – sixteen weeks for teaching, one week for the conduct of examinations and one week for the preparation and submission of results.

ll. TOTAL PERIOD OF STUDY

The normal duration of 4 years Bachelors (Hons.), 5 years Bachelors (Hons.), 2 years Master after 14 year education and M.S / M. Phil after 16 years education program will be as under:

 

  1. a) 4 years Bachelors (Hons.) Four Years
  2. b) 5 years Bachelors (Hons.) Five Years
  3. c) 2 years master after 14 year education                             Two Years
  4. d) 2 years M.S / M. Phil after 16 year education                                           Two Years

 

In case of valid reasons/excuse the period of study will be extended for one additional year (Two Semesters) in all above said four programs. The students who will not complete studies within specified periods shall be struck off from the rolls of the Department / Centre / Institute / College. The students who have been given the right to extend the duration of study for additional one year must register and pay tuition fees for the year.

                                                                                                                            

III.                           RE-SIT EXAMINATION

The students who cannot appear in examination because of genuine excuse / reason shall be allowed to appear in re-sit examination within one week after the examination with subject to the payment of special examination fee of Rupees 1500/- for each course. If the number of courses is more than 2 then a lump sum of Rs. 4000/- shall paid as special examination fee to the department.

 

Re-sit Examination on Medical Ground: In case a candidate is unable to appear in part or whole of the Mid term or Final Examination of a Semester on medical grounds, she may be allowed to appear in the Special Mid term or Final Examination to be arranged by the Department / Centre / Institute / College, provided:

  1. She fulfils the condition of having attended the prescribed number of lectures as laid down in Regulation XII (2).
  2. She is admitted as patient in a recognized Hospital, or if she is not hospitalized, as defined above, the candidate will be examined by the University Medical Board comprising Chief Medical Officer and senior most Medical officer of the University. In the case of students from the affiliated colleges where the semester system is in operation, the principal of the Affiliated College shall constitute a Medical Board in consultation with the Vice-Chancellor.

 

Such a candidate shall be given incomplete grade (‘I’ Grade). He shall be required to appear in the Special Final Examination of the semester to be held within two weeks from the commencement of the next semester after paying special examination fee to the department as given in (iv) of the rules.

 

  1. PROBATION

The promotion of student on probation will only be allowed once in all the following programs.

  1. a) 4 years Bachelors (Hons.) Four Years
  2. b) 5 years Bachelors (Hons.) Five Years
  3. c) 2 years master after 14 year education                              Two Years
  4. d) 2 years M.S / M. Phil after 16 year education                                            Two Years

 

  1. WITHDRAWLS / ADDS OF COURSES

The enrolled students may withdraw / add other courses to their program within two weeks after commencement of the semester with the permission of the head of the Department/ Centre / Institute / College if such withdrawals / adds do not affect requirements of minimum/ maximum course workload conditions.

 

  1. COURSE CREDITS

 

4 Years Bachelors (Hons.)

  1. A minimum 132 credits are required for the 4 Years Bachelors (Hons.) degree program. The said credits shall normally be earned in eight semesters.
  2. The minimum number of contact hours in a course will be 15 per semester for one credit hour course.
  3. A course may range from one credit hour to four credit hours.
  4. One credit hour stands for at least one hour class contact per week per semester. For practical/ laboratory work 3 hours shall be considered equivalent to one credit hour.
  5. Six (06) credit hours research/ project will be offered in the fourth year.

 

5 Years Bachelors (Hons.)

  1. A minimum 165 credits are required for the 5 Years Bachelors (Hons.) degree program.   The said credits will normally be earned in ten semesters.
  2. The minimum number of contact hours in a course will be 15 per semester for one credit               hour course.
  3. A course may range from one credit hour to four credit hours.
  4. One credit hour stands for at least one hour class contact per week per semester. For      practical/ laboratory work 3 hours shall be considered equivalent to one credit hour.
  5. Six (06) credit hours research/ project will be offered in the fifth year.

 

2 Years Master after 14 Years Education

  1. A minimum of 66 credits are required for the Master’s Degree. The said credits will normally be earned in four semesters. Two options will be available to students in this regard.

 

  1. For the degree not involving research work there will be a minimum of 66 credits course work.
  2. For the degree involving research there will be a minimum of 60 credits course work and 6 credits research work. In the case of Arts (Humanities and Social Sciences) a course on research methods will be offered to the students in the third semester in addition to 6 credit hours research project in the fourth semester.

 

  1. A course may range from one credit hour to four credit hours.
  2. The minimum number of contact hours in a course will be 15 per semester for one            credit hour course.
  3. One credit hour stands for at least one hour class contact per week per semester. For practical / laboratory work 3 hours shall be considered equivalent to one credit hour.

 

2 years MS / M. Phil

  1. A minimum of 30 credits are required for the MS/M. Phil Degree. The said credits will normally be earned in four semesters.

 

The research / project will be an integral part of the degree. There will be a minimum of 24 credits course work and 6 credits research/ project work.

  1. A course may range from one credit hour to four credit hours.
  2. The minimum number of contact hours for course work will be 15 per semester for one credit hour course for the first year.
  3. One credit hour stands for at least one hour class contact per week per semester. For practical / laboratory work 3 hours shall be considered equivalent to one credit hour.

 

VII.                         MIGRATION / TRANSFER/ EXEMPTION OF CREDITS

Migration of a student may be allowed subject to the fulfillment of Migration Regulations of the University. The credits earned in the previous institution may be permitted to be transferred to the Women University subject to the condition of similarity / equivalence with University courses. The migration will be allowed only in genuine case.

 

During  her studies a student may seek admission in another department of the University provided she fulfills requirements of merit and availability of seats. The credits earned in the parent department of the student will be considered for exemption of similar/ identical courses by the department to which student is admitted. The decision of the department will be final.

 

VIII.        COURSE WORKLOAD AND CHANGE OF COURSE

 

4 Years Bachelors (Hons.)

  1. A regular student will normally be required to take workload of twelve to eighteen credit hours in each semester.
  2. A student who had earned an ‘F’ grade in a course in 1st semester may be allowed to take one additional course during the 3rd semester with the permission of the Chairman of the Department.
  3. A student who had earned an ‘F’ grade in a course in 2nd , 3rd , 4th , 5th and 6th semesters may be allowed to take one additional course during the 4th , 5th , 6th ,7th and 8th  semester with the permission of the Chairman / Director / Principal.
  4. The student who had earned an “F” grade in a course in 7th and 8th semester will enroll again in 7th and 8th semester of next class with the permission of the Chairman.
  5. The teacher shall provide a detailed course outline to the students within seven days of the beginning of the semester and shall send a copy of the course outline and work plan to the Chairman / Director / Principal.
  6. There will be all taught courses upto 6th semester. There will only be one seminar course for each program. The seminar course will be introduced in 7th or 8th semester.
  7. The teacher shall send a copy of the activity record of the courses on prescribed proforma to the Chairman / Director / Principal at the end of each semester.

 

5 Years Bachelors (Hons.)

  1. A regular student will normally be required to take workload of twelve to eighteen credit hours in each semester.
  2. A student who had earned an ‘F’ grade in a course in 1st semester may be allowed to take one additional course during the 3rd semester with the permission of the Head of the Department / Centre / Institute / College.
  3. A student who had earned an ‘F’ grade in a course in 2nd , 3rd , 4th , 5th , 6th 7th and 8th semesters may be allowed to take one additional course during the 4th , 5th , 6th ,7th  8th , 9th and 10th semester with the permission of the Chairman / Director / Principal.
  4. The student who had earned an “F” grade in a course in 9th and 10th semester will enroll again in 9th and 10th semester of next class with the permission of the Chairman / Director / Principal.
  5. The teacher shall provide a detailed course outline to the students within seven days of the beginning of the semester and shall send a copy of the course outline and work plan to the Chairman/Director/ Principal.
  6. There will be all taught courses upto 8th semester. There will only be one seminar course for each program. The seminar course will be introduced in 9th or 10th semester.
  7. The teacher shall send a copy of the activity record of the courses on prescribed proforma to the Chairman / Director / Principal at the end of each semester.

 

2 years MA/ M. Sc after 14 years Education

  1. A regular student will normally be required to take workload of twelve to eighteen credit hours in each semester.
  2. A student who had earned an ‘F’ grade in a course in 1st semester may be allowed to take one additional course during the 3rd semester with the permission of the Head of the Department / Centre / Institute / College.
  3. A student who had earned an ‘F’ grade in a course in 2nd semester may be allowed to take one additional course during the 4th semester with the permission of the Chairman / Director / Principal.
  4. The student who had earned an “F” grade in a course in 3rd and / or 4th semester will enroll again in 3rd and 4th semester of next class with the permission of the Chairman.
  5. The teacher shall provide a detail course outline to the students within seven days
  6. The teacher shall send a copy of the activity record of the courses on prescribed proforma to the Chairman / Director / Principal at the end of each semester.

 

2 years MS / M. Phil

  1. A regular student will normally be required to take workload of eight to eighteen credit hours in each semester.
  2. A student who had earned an ‘F’ grade in a course in 1st semester may be allowed to take one additional course during the 3rd semester with the permission of the Head of the Department / Centre / Institute / College.
  3. A student who had earned an ‘F’ grade in a course in 2nd semester may be allowed to take one additional course during the 4th semester with the permission of the head of the Department / Centre / Institute / College.
  4. The student who had earned an “F” grade in a course in 3rd and 4th semester will enroll again in 3rd and 4th semester of next class with the permission of the Chairman / Director / Principal.
  5. The teacher shall send a copy of the activity record of the courses on prescribed proforma to the Chairman / Director / Principal at the end of each semester.

 

  1. CLASS ATTENDANCE
  2. A candidate with less than 75% of the attendance in lectures and practical’s separately shall be dropped from the course.
  3. In case of absence as a result of late admission, medical grounds, change of course or on ground of sports or extracurricular activities (due to participation in matches or competition/s on behalf of the University and teachers are informed officially by the University), the teacher will give extra (make-up) materials to the student to compensate the deficiency because of said absence.
  4. The teacher concerned will display the list of the students who don’t fulfill requirement of attendance at least one day before the examination week and such student shall not be allowed to appear in the final test of the course.
  5. At the end of each month the teacher concerned shall send, to the head of the Department / Centre / Institute / College, a statement giving the total number of lectures delivered and practical’s conducted by him together with the number of lectures and practical’s attended by each student.
  6. In case the student remains absent from the class for seven consecutive days without leave his/ her name shall be removed from the rolls.

 

  1. EVALUATION SYSTEM
  2. The teacher is responsible for the evaluation of work/performance of the students of her class and for the award of grades to them on the basis of such evaluation.
  3. The number and nature of tests and assignments depends on the nature of course. However, in case of taught courses there will be at least one home assignment, two quizzes and two tests (mid term and final examination) in each course with the weightage as under:-

 

  1. Assignments:

i.)         Assignment                                        10%

ii.)        Quizzes                                                10%

iii.)       Class Attendance                             05%

  1. Mid Term 25%
  2. Final Term                                                           50%

To pass a course, student must obtain ‘D’ grade (50 % marks)      collectively in Assignment, Mid semester and Final examination. In case of MS / M.Phil to pass a course, student must
obtain 60% marks (GP 2.3) collectively in assignment, Mid term and Final examination.

 

  1. There shall be no choice in questions in the mid term and final examination papers.
  2. The scripts of each activity (A, B and C of 2 above) shall be shown to the students concerned by the teachers within one week, taken back immediately in accordance with the announced schedule along with the examination schedule.
  3. In case a student is not satisfied with her award even after checking her answer book, or clarification from the teacher, she may make written complaint to Chairman / Director / Principal who will refer her case to the Examination Committee of the Department / Centre / Institute / College.
  4. The mid term examination shall be eight weeks after the commencement of the semester. The final examination shall be held at the end of the semester.
  5. The teacher shall keep the papers and assignments of a course in his custody for at least one year or till the notification of the result, which ever earlier.
  6. Duration of Examinations: In view of the weightage for the various examinations the duration of the papers will be as follows:
  7. Mid Term Examination: One hour
  8. Final Examination: Two hours

Examination should be held on consecutive days excluding holidays. The schedule of paper showing shall be displayed along with the examination schedule by the teacher.

  1. Home assignments shall be deposited with the teacher concerned as scheduled by the teacher.

 

  1. Unfair Means Cases: The teacher-in-charge will report unfair means cases to the Chairman / Director / Principal who shall place those before Semester Implementation Committee for necessary action as under:

 

Any candidate detected in giving or receiving assistance, or found guilty of copying from any paper, book or note, or allowing any other candidate to copy his answer book, or using, or attempting to use these or any other unfair means, shall be dropped from the program not exceeding two semesters.

 

 

  1. GRADING SYSTEM

 

  1. Equivalence in numerical grades, letter grades and grade points will be as follows:

 

Percent                                Letter                    Grade

                                Marks                                   Grade                   Points

85-100                                   A+                                          4.00

80-84                                     A                                             3.70

75-79                                     B+                                           3.30

70-74                                     B                                             3.00

65-69                                     B-                                            2.70

61-64                                     C+                                           2.30

58-60                                     C                                             2.00

55-57                                     C-                                            1.70

50-54                                     D                                             1.00

Below 50                              F                                              0.00

Withdrawal                         W

Incomplete                     I

 

  1. Maximum possible Grade Point Average is 4.00
  2. Minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average for obtaining 4 and / or 5 years Bachelors (Hons.) and 2 years MA/ M. Sc degree is 2.00.
  3. Minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average for obtaining 2 year MS/ M.Phil is 2.50.
  4. A fraction of mark in a course is to be counted as ‘1’ mark e.g. 64.1 or 64.9 is to be shown as 65. A fraction will be considered complete number only at the time of assigning the Letter Grade (GP) not while calculating GPA or CGPA
  5. Letter Grade and Grade Point for a course will be calculated according to Regulation XIV(1) above

 

Example:

 

                                Examination                                      weightage                          Marks Obtained

                                Mid Term                                                                 25%                                                  20.0

Assignment                                                             25%                                                  16.4

Final Examination                                 50%                                                  35.0

Total:                                                                          100%                                                                71.4

  • The score will be rounded to 72.
  • Letter Grade in this case will be ‘B’
  • Grade Point in this case will be 3.0.

 

  1. Calculation of Grade Point Average (GPA) for a Semester.

 

In order to calculate the GPA, multiply Grade Point with the Credit Hours in each Course to obtain total grade points, add up to cumulative Grade Points and divide by the total number of Credit Hours to get the GPA for the Semester.

 

Example No. 1

 

In case of equal credit hour courses:

 

Course Grades

 

Course No.          Credit Hours           Grade                               Grade Point                        Total Grade                        Points

531                                                     3                                              B                                             3.00                                        (3.00×3)                   =             09.00

534                                                     3                                              C+                                           2.30                                        (2.30×3)                   =             6.90

547                                                     3                                              A+                                          4.0                                          (4.00×3)                  =             12.00

550                                                     3                                              A                                             3.7                                          (3.70×3)                 =             11.10

571                                                     3                                              F                                              Zero                       (0.00×3)               =                   00.00

                                               

Cumulative Grade Points              =             39.00

Total credit Hours                            =             15

Grade Point average                      =             2.60

Example No. 2

 

In case of different credit hour courses

 

Course Grades

Course No.          Credit Hours           Grade                               Grade Point                        Total Grade                        Points

510                                                     4                                              B                                             3.00                       (3.00×4)               =                  12.00

511                                                     3                                              A                                             3.70                       (3.70×3)                =                  11.10

512                                                     4                                              C+                                           2.30                       (2.30×4)                                =             09.20

550                                                     2                                              A+                                          4.0                         (4.00×2)               =                  08.00

575                                                     2                                              C                                    2.0                 (2.00×2)                =             04.00

                                               

Cumulative Grade Points                              =                  44.3

Total credit Hours                                            =                  15

Grade Point average                                      =                  2.94

 

Course with ‘F’ will be counted as ‘Zero’ Grade Point for calculation of semester Grade Point Average. Calculation of cumulative grade point average will only be made when a candidate has passed all the courses required for the award of degree.

 

XII.       RULES FOR PROMOTION

 

4 & 5 years Bachelors (Hons.) and 2 years MA/M. Sc

 

  1. At the end of the first semester a student must obtain a minimum Grade Point average (GPA) of 2.00 (and qualify all the courses) to be promoted to the second semester.
  2. In case a student is able to obtain GPA of 1.50 or more but less than 2.00 she will be promoted to the second Semester on probation. The candidate, who fails to secure 1.50 GPA in the first Semester, shall stand automatically dropped from the rolls.
  3. At the end of the second semester, a student must obtain a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 2.00 and must also pass at least 50% of the courses offered by her in order to be promoted to the third semester. If any of the preceding two conditions is not complied with by a student she shall be removed from the rolls of the Department / Centre / Institute / College.
  4. In all the following semesters a student has to maintain CGPA 2.00 for her promotion otherwise she will be removed from the rolls of the Department / Centre / Institute / College. If a student has not availed opportunity of probation during the first two semesters then she will have the right to avail probation once in the following semesters.
  5. In the third semester a student will be required to repeat those courses of the first semester in which she had failed.
  6. In the fourth, sixth, eighth and tenth semester, a student will be required to repeat those courses of the second, fourth, sixth and / or eighth semester in which she had failed.
  7. A student, who completes all the courses and has not been required to repeat any course(s), obtains CGPA of less than 2.00 but not less than 1.90 at the end of the
    4th semester in case of 2 years MA / M.Sc., 8th semester in case of 4 years Bachelors (Hons.) and 10th semester in case of 5 years Bachelors (Hons.) may be allowed to repeat upto two courses (varying from 2 to 4 credit hours each) in which she had obtained the lowest grades, in order to improve the CGPA so as to obtain the minimum of 2.00 failing which she shall not be awarded degree and removed form the rolls of the Department / Centre / Institute / College.

 

2 years MS/ M. Phil

  1. At the end of the first semester a student must obtain a minimum Grade Point average (GPA) of 2.50 to be promoted to the second semester.
  2. In case a student is able to obtain GPA of 2.30 or more but less than 2.50 she will be promoted to the second Semester on probation. The candidate, who fails to secure 2.30 GPA in the first Semester shall stand automatically dropped from the rolls.
  3. At the end of the second semester, a student must obtain a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 2.50 and must also pass at least 50% of the courses offered by her in order to be promoted to the third semester. If any of the preceding two conditions is not complied with by a student then she shall be removed from the rolls of the Department / Centre / Institute / College.
  4. In the 3rd and 4th semesters a student will carry out research under the supervision of her supervisor and submit research thesis / report / project by the end of 4th semester.
  5. In the third semester a student will also be required to repeat those courses of the first semester in which she had failed and maintains CGPA of 2.50 failing which her name will be removed from the Department / Centre / Institute / College.
  6. In the fourth semester, a student will be required to repeat those courses of the second semester in which she had failed and maintains CGPA of 2.50 failing which her name will be removed from the Department / Centre / Institute / College.
  7. A student, who completes all the courses and has not been required to repeat any course(s), obtains CGPA of less than 2.50 but not less than 2.40 at the end of the
    4th semester, may be allowed to repeat one course (varying 2-4 credits) in which she had obtained the lowest grades, in order to improve the CGPA so as to obtain the minimum of 2.50 failing which she shall not be awarded degree and removed form the rolls of the Department / Centre / Institute / College.

 

XIII.        CALCULATION OF FINAL RESULT FOR 4 YEARS BACHELORS (HONS.), 5 YEARS BACHELORS (HONS.), 2 YEAR MA/ M. Sc and 2 YEAR MS/ M. Phil DEGREE

 

4 Years Bachelors (Hons.)

  1. Minimum requirements for the award of 4 years Bachelors (Hons.) Degree
  2. A candidate must have qualified, in accordance with the existing Rules and Regulations in each one of the I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII and VIII Semesters, separately, i.e. by securing at least a ‘D’ all courses as to fulfill the requirements laid down in (ii) below:
  3. She must have earned the prescribed number of credits required for the 4 years Bachelors (Hons.) degree i.e. a minimum of 132 credits / as per requirement of the subject.
  • She must have obtained a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.00.

 

  1. Method for Calculation of the Final CGPA.
  2. Add up Cumulative Grade Points of each Semester to obtain grand total and then divide the grand total by total no. of credits hours of the courses studied. The resulting figure will represent the Cumulative Grade Point average secured by a candidate. The CGPA will be reported upto two decimals but for the determination of merit position CGPA will be calculated upto any decimal.
  3. The students obtaining CGPA of 3.5 or above will be declared eligible for role of honors.
  • For the award of Gold Medal or some other award(s), the 1st position will be calculated on CGPA basis of the whole course.
  1. For the award of Gold Medal, role of honors and all other distinctions of the Women University, a student must have passed all the examinations at least in B grade, just in the first attempt.

 

5 Years Bachelors (Hons.)

  1. Minimum requirements for the award of 5 years Bachelors (Hons.) Degree
  2. A candidate must have qualified, in accordance with the existing Rules and Regulations in each one of the I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII IX, and X Semesters, separately, i.e. by securing at least a ‘D’ grade in all as to fulfill the requirements laid down in (ii) below:
  3. She must have earned the prescribed number of credits required for the 5 years Bachelors (Hons.) degree i.e. a minimum of 165 credits / as per requirement of the subject.

iii.            She must have obtained a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.00.

 

  1. Method for Calculation of the Final CGPA.
  2. Add up Cumulative Grade Points of each Semester to obtain grand total and then divide the grand total by total number of credits hours of the courses studied. The resulting figure will represent the Cumulative Grade Point average secured by a candidate. The CGPA will be reported upto two decimals but for the determination of merit position CGPA will be calculated upto any decimal.
  3. The students obtaining CGPA of 3.5 or above will be declared eligible for role of honors.

iii.     For the award of Gold Medal or some other award(s), the 1st position will be calculated on CGPA basis of the whole course.

  1. For the award of Gold Medal, role of honors and all other distinctions of the Women  University, a student must have passed all the examinations at least in B grade, just in the first attempt.

 

2 Years MA/ M. Sc after 14 years education

  1. Minimum requirements for the award of Master’s Degree:
  2. A candidate must have qualified, in accordance with the existing Rules and Regulation in each one of the I, II, III and IV Semesters, separately, i.e. by securing at least a ‘D’ Grade in all courses as to fulfill the requirements laid down in (ii) below.
  3. She must have earned the prescribed number of credits required for the master’s Degree i.e. a minimum of 66 credits / as per requirement of the subject.

iii.  She must have obtained a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.00.

 

  1. Method for Calculation of the Final CGPA.
  2. Add up Cumulative Grade Points of each Semester to obtain grand total and then divide the grand total by total number of credits hours of the courses studied. The resulting figure will represent the Cumulative Grade Point average secured by a candidate. The CGPA will be reported up to two decimals but for the determination of merit position CGPA will be calculated up to any decimal.
  3. The students obtaining CGPA of 3.5 or above will be declared eligible for role of honors.

iii.     For the award of Gold Medal or some other award(s), the 1st position will be calculated on CGPA basis of the whole course.

  1. For the award Gold Medal, role of honors and all other distinctions of the Women University, a student must have passed all the examinations at least in B grade, just in the first attempt.

 

2 Year MS / M. Phil

  1. Minimum requirements for the award of MS/M. Phil Degree:
  2. A candidate must have qualified, in accordance with the existing Rules and Regulations in each one of the I, II, III and IV Semesters, separately, i.e. by securing at least a “ C ” Grade (60%) in all courses as to fulfill the requirements laid down in (ii) below:
  3. She must have earned the prescribed number of credits required for the M.S / M.Phil degree i.e. a minimum of 30 credits/ as per requirement of the subject.

iii.     She must have obtained a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.00.

 

  1. Method for Calculation of the Final CGPA.
  2. Add up Cumulative Grade Points of each Semester to obtain grand total and then divide the grand total by total number of credits hours of courses studied. The resulting figure will represent the Cumulative Grade Point average secured by a candidate. The CGPA will be reported upto two decimals but for determination of merit position CGPA will be calculated upto any decimal.
  3. The students obtaining CGPA of 3.5 or above will be declared eligible for role of honors.

 

iii.     For the award of Gold Medal or some other award the 1st position will be calculated on CGPA basis of the whole course.

  1. For the award of Gold Medal, role of honors and all other distinctions of the Women University, a student must have passed all the examinations at least in B+ grade, just in the first attempt.
  2. She must have earned the prescribed number of credits required for the MS/ M. Phil degree i.e. a minimum of 30 credits/ as per requirement of the subject.
  3. She must have obtained a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.00.

 

 

 

 

 

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