Education is incomplete without an unambiguous evaluation system which serves as a fair assessment of a student’s learning process and the efficiency with which the totality of learning has taken place.
We at New Horizon are pragmatic in this understanding and hence do not limit our students’ potentials to rote learning and passing of an examination.
We provide quality and value based education to our students in order to prepare them for the industry they choose.
In our attempt to achieve and maximize teaching and learning process in our educational institutions, we evaluate the performance of students by equipping them with self learning techniques like seminars, role plays, case analytics and analysis, presentations, committee activities and assignments in their respective subjects of study.
We prepare students and enable them to perform better in the University Examinations; our students are offered to mandatorily appear in the Internal Semester Examination in conformity with the standards of the University.
A candidate shall be considered to have satisfied the requirement of attendance for a semester if he/she attends not less than 75% of the number of classes actually held up to the end of the semester in each of the subjects.
Registration for Examinations
A candidate shall register for all the papers of a semester when he/she appears for the examination of that semester for the first time.
Conduct of Examinations
- There shall be Theory and Practical examinations at the end of each semester, ordinarily during November for odd semesters and during May for even semesters, as prescribed in the Scheme of Examinations.
- Unless otherwise stated in the schemes of examination, practical examinations shall be conducted at the end of each semester. They shall be conducted by two examiners, one internal and one external and shall never be conducted by both internal examiners. The statement of marks sheet and the answer books of practical examinations shall be sent to the Registrar (Evaluation) by the Chief Superintendent of the respective Colleges immediately after the practical examinations.
- The candidate shall submit the record book for practical examination duly certified by the course teacher and the H.O.D/staff in-charge. It shall be evaluated at the end of the Semester at the practical examination.
Minimum for a Pass
- No candidate shall be declared to have passed the Semester Examination as the case may be under Part I / Part II / Part III unless he/she obtains not less than 35% marks in written examination and 40% marks in the aggregate of written examination and internal assessment put together in each of the subjects, 40% marks in practical examination (in subjects with practical’s) and 40% marks in Project work & viva wherever prescribed.
- If a candidate fails in a subject, either in theory or in practical’s, he/she shall appear for that subject only at any subsequent regular examination, within the maximum period prescribed for completing the programme. He/she must obtain the minimum marks for a pass in that subject.
A candidate who fails in a lower semester examination may go to the higher semester. However, no candidate shall be permitted to take the
- Fifth semester examination unless he/she passes all the papers of the first semester examination and
- No candidate shall be permitted to take the sixth semester examination unless he/she passes all the papers of the first and second semester examinations.