Evaluation

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Evaluation Criteria

Three subjects should be selected for the degree. Examination will be conducted at the end of the each year. There are six written papers (two papers from one subject) per year and at the end of 3 years 18 papers should be completed.

All papers should be completed with at least ‘C’ passes to pass the examination.  All ‘D’ and ‘E’ grades should be upgraded in 2 attempts. All the papers should be completed in the first attempt in order to secure a Merit, or a Distinction and obtain a class (first or Second class).

 

Grading Procedure

70   -  100      - A (Distinction)
55   -   69       - B (Merit)
40   -   54       - C (Pass)
30   -   39       - D (Weak Pass) 
00   -   29       - E (Fail)

 

Award of Classes for the Degree

Completion of the Degree

Competition of the degree at the end of the 3rd year includes one of the following requirements.

  1. A candidate should obtain at least 40 % marks (c) or above for all papers

                                                      Or

  1. Average of the total marks obtained for all the papers by the candidate should be 40 % with “D” grade for only one paper.

Classes will be awarded to the candidates who pass all course units in the first attempt to the 1st year, 2nd year and 3rd year examinations.

 

Second Class Lower Division

Second Class Lower division will be awarded to  the candidates who pass all course units obtaining  “A” or “B” grades for not less than half of the all course units with the average marks of  not less than 55 % .

 

Second Class Upper Division

Second Class Upper division will be awarded to the candidates who pass all course units obtaining  “A” or “B” grades for not less than half of the all course units with the average marks of not less than 60 % .

 

First Class

First Class will be awarded to the candidates who pass all course units obtaining “A” grades for not less than half of all the course units with the average marks of not less than 65 %.