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Rules to Pass Anna University Exams

The Rules to Pass Anna University Exams / Semester for Regulation 2017

A Student who secures not less than 50% of total marks prescribed for the course [Internal Assessment mark + written exam mark ] with a minimum of 45% of the marks prescribed for the written exam mark, shall be declared to have passed the course and acquired the relevant number of credits.

This Rule is applicable for both theory and practical courses (including project work).

If a student fails to secure a pass in theory courses in the current semester examination, he/she is allowed to write arrear examinations for the next three consecutive semesters and their internal marks shall be carried over for the above mentioned period of three consecutive semesters.

If a student fails to secure a pass in a course even after three consecutive arrear
attempts, the student has to redo the course in the semester in which it is offered along with regular students. That is, the students should have successfully completed the courses of (n minus 4)th semester to register for courses in nth semester.

Based on the above, the following prerequisites shall be followed for completing the degree programme:

i. To enter into Semester V, the student should have no arrear in Semester I. Failing which the student shall redo the Semester I course/courses along with the regular students.

ii. To enter into Semester VI, the student should have no arrear in Semester II. Failing which the student shall redo the Semester II course/courses along with the regular students.

iii. To enter into Semester VII, the student should have no arrear in Semester III. Failing which the student shall redo the Semester III course/courses along with the regular students.

iv. To enter into Semester VIII, the student should have no arrear in Semester IV. Failing which the student shall redo the Semester IV course/courses along with the regular students.

In case, if he/she has not successfully completed all the courses of semester V at the end of semester VIII, he/she shall redo the Semester V courses along with regular students. For the subsequent semesters of VI, VII and VIII, the same procedure shall be followed, subject to the maximum permissible period for this programme.

Note:

 The students who are admitted in 2017-2018 and 2018 – 2019 are permitted to appear for arrears upto VI semesters and will be allowed to move to VII semester only on completion of all the courses in the I semester.

In addition the following prerequisites shall be followed for completing the degree
programme.

i. To enter into Semester VII, the student should have no arrear in Semester I. Failing which the student shall redo the Semester I course/courses along with the regular students.

ii. To enter into Semester VIII, the student should have no arrear in Semester II. Failing which the student shall redo the Semester II course/courses along with the regular students.

In case, if he/she has not successfully completed all the courses of semester III at the end of semester VIII, he/she shall redo the Semester III courses along with regular students. For the subsequent semesters of IV, V, VI, VII and VIII, the same procedure shall be followed, subject to the maximum permissible period for this programme.

If a student fails to secure a pass in a laboratory course, the student shall register for the course again, when offered next.

If a student fails to secure a pass in project work, the student shall register for the course again, when offered next.

The passing requirement for the courses which are assessed only through purely internal assessments (EEC courses except project work), is 50% of the internal assessment (continuous assessment) marks only.

A student can apply for revaluation of the student’s semester examination answer paper in a theory course, within 2 weeks from the declaration of results, on payment of a prescribed fee along with prescribed application to the COE through the Head of the Institution. The COE will arrange for the revaluation and the results will be intimated to the student concerned through the Head of the Institution. Revaluation is not permitted for laboratory course and project work.

 

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