A candidate registered for a particular semester should sit the appropriate examination at the end of that semester unless the candidate has not completed field practical programmes and/or attendance for lectures and/or practical is less than 80%.
1) Exemption will be given to a candidate in case of illness supported by medical certificate from a medical practitioner, recognized by the University, within seven days of the last date of such an examination, and has to be approved by the Senate.
2) Absence of a candidate from an examination on account of bereavement in the family (death of parent, brother, sister and if married, husband/wife/child) will be excused if covering approval is obtained from the Senate by submission of death certificate and appropriate proof of relationship.
3) A candidate sitting for the examination subjected to conditions in para 1) or 2) will not be considered as a repeat.
4) A candidate may sit for a repeat examination for the purpose of upgrading the result. The maximum mark for a course at a repeat examination shall not exceed 50%.
5) A repetition of an examination will be allowed only twice. At a repeat examination for the purpose of upgrading result, marks for continuous assessments / practical assignments (if obtained not less than 40 %)/oral examinations shall not be taken in to account, and the candidate shall not be permitted to sit any continues
assessment/practical assignments/oral examinations in the semester preceding that in which the student sits such examination.