Undergraduate Regulations

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  • Completion of 12 or 14 years of education shall be required for admission in undergraduate programs.
  • The admission shall be awarded on merit based on
    • Admission Test
    • Earlier Academic Standing
    • Interview
  • Residency requirement for the award of an undergraduate degree shall be minimum 4 years and maximum 7 years.
  • A student shall be awarded a degree on:
    • Completion of academic program as prescribed by the department.
    • Completion of internship (6-8 weeks), if required by the department and.
    • Attaining a minimum CGPA of 2.0 on the scale of 4.0.
  • Normal load of an undergraduate student is 15-18 SCH. A student must register for normal load in order to be considered for scholarship.
  • Maximum academic load, in a Spring or in a Fall semester, shall be 06 courses and in Summer Semester it shall be 02 courses.
  • The semester load for an individual student shall be determined by the department on the basis of his / her GPA which for the time being is as under:
GPA Courses
>= 2.50 06
2.00 to 2.49 05
1.50 to 1.99 04
< 1.5 03
  • A fulltime student is required to register for a minimum 15 credit hours per semester.
  • A student not registering for a minimum semester load shall not be treated as a fulltime student.
  • Final year project can be registered by a student after the completion of minimum course work prescribed by the department.
  • Final year project must be completed in two semesters and it cannot be registered as 6 SCH in a single semester.
  • Final year project is usually carried out in a group of 2-4 dependent upon project length and complexity.
  • Part-I or Part-II of final a year project shall be graded independently in a semester in which it was registered.
  • Final year project shall be graded based on:
    • Supervisor’s Semester assessment
    • Project oral presentation(s)
    • Project report
    • Project Demonstration
  • Final year project cannot be registered in a Summer Session.
  • Final year project shall be graded by a committee constituted by the concerned department and grade shall be awarded on the submission of project report.
  • A final year project report shall be written in student’s own language, F-Grade may be awarded for a copied report.
  • It is recommended to register for internship and it shall be evaluated by a departmental committee with Pass or Fail grade.
  • A student cannot register for a course while doing internship.

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