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This Institute offers the following courses

  • MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ( M.B.A ) Download
  • MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS ( M.C.A ) Download

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (M.B.A)
Year of Starting : 1995-96
Current Year Strength : 30
Mode of Admission : Through Counselling by the Convener, ICET
Minimum Instruction Days
To have undergone a course of study in the University College extending over a period of two academic years, each academic year consisting of four semesters and each semester consisting of 16 weeks duration of 6 days a week including semester end examinations.
Each semester shall have 7 papers. In the first two semesters, all the seven papers are core papers and they are compulsory. In the third and fourth semesters four papers are core papers and compulsory. The remaining three are electives. A candidate can chose his or her choice electives from the set of the various specializations offered.
University Examinations At the end of first and second years i.e., at the end of second semester and fourth semesters a comprehensive viva-voce examinations will be conductive on all the subjects covered in that year by two external examiners and two internal examiners. The viva-voce carries 50 marks. In case of failure of the candidate in the viva-voce examination, he/she has to reappear for the viva-voce examination along with the regular candidates when it is held for the concerned year
At the end of first and third semesters there shall be computer laboratory examinations for 50 marks of which 10 are internal and 40 are external
There shall be four semester-end examinations spread over two academic years. Each course carries a maximum mark of 100 including 20 internal assessment marks. Duration of the semester end examination is 3 hours for each paper. The internal assessment marks will be assigned on the basis of attendance, tests, quiz, seminars, carry home assignments etc., by the concerned teacher. The scheme of internal assessment for each subject is to be prepared by the concerned teacher and communicated to the students in the beginning of the semester.
Industrial Training and Project Work
Each student has to undergo internship in any one of the reputed corporate industrial establishments for a period, not less than eight weeks but not more than 10 weeks in between II and III semesters.
Each candidate shall do the project work under the supervision of the faculty guide allotted to him/her. In the company where the candidate undertakes project work. He/She must have a supervising guide to look after the progress of his/her work in the company for submission to the concerned faculty guide and Head of the Department.
The candidate must give joining report in the organization by producing the certificate from the Head of the Department. On completion of the training, the candidate should get relieving certificate and a certificate for bonafide work, and submit the same to the Head of the Department.
The internship envisages submission of dissertation (Code 304 III Semester) which carries maximum marks of 100 including an internal assessment of 20 marks for consultation attendance and presentation in class room and 80 marks for project report. The 20 marks are divided as follows: Regular consultation with the guide – 5 marks, Write up for presentation 5 marks, and presentation 10 marks. The project report shall be valued for 80 marks by an internal examiner and external examiner.
Attendance Requirements
Candidates, who have put in a minimum of 75% of attendance in a semester as per the University regulations, are only eligible to appear for the semester and University examinations. A candidate is eligible for commendation, if he/she has a minimum of 62.5% of attendance in the semester.
Promotion
There shall be no detention of failed candidate or candidates who were absent for the semester end University examination. A candidate is eligible for promotion to the next semester, if he/she has put in required minimum attendance as stipulated in Clause No.5 and has registered for the semester end University examinations by paying the required examination fee along with regulars.
Marks Qualifying for a Pass
The candidate is declared to have passed in each paper if he/she gets minimum of 35% marks in the semester end examination conducted by the University and aggregate of 40% marks including sessional marks put together. The candidate has to get 20 marks out of 50 to pass in each VIVA-VOCE examination.
Classification of successful candidates
The Classification will be on the basis of the total marks obtained by the candidate i.e. the total marks secured in all the four semesters put together :
Candidates securing 70% and above in the aggregate marks shall be placed in distinction.
Candidate securing 60% and above but less than 70% in the aggregate marks shall be placed in First Class.
Candidates securing 50% and above but less than 60% in the aggregate marks shall be placed in Second Class.
All other successful candidates shall be placed in Third Class.
Improvement
The candidates are permitted to improve their marks/class by taking semester–end examinations in one or more papers after completing two years of their regular study as per the existing regulations and syllabi.
A candidate who appeared for the examination be supplied, a statement of marks obtained by him at the examination as per the rules and regulations of the university in force.
Award of Ranks
Candidates who passed the examinations of all the four semesters at the first appearance shall be ranked in order of merit. The candidates who have taken supplementary examinations shall also be eligible for classification but they shall not be considered for the award of rank. Ranks shall be awarded for the top ten students appeared for the fourth semester end examinations.
The university shall have the right to amend or modify or revise any of the above regulations including the scheme of examination and syllabi etc.

MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (M.C.A)
Year of Starting : 1994-95
Current Year Strength : 60
Mode of Admission : Through Counselling by the Convener, ICET
Minimum Instruction Days
The normal duration of MCA Course is six semesters. Semesters I,II,III,IV and V shall consist of a minimum 90 instruction days (based on six instruction days per week) excluding the days allotted for tests, examinations and preparation holidays.
Sixth semester shall consist of a minimum of 15 weeks for undertaking project work either in the college or any of the recognized educational institutions, National Laboratories and Industrial Houses or any other organization approved by the Department Development Council.
Internal assessment
The performance of the students in each semester shall be evaluated paper wise. The scheme of instruction and Examinations shown in annexure shall be followed. The distribution of marks between sessional work (based on internal assessment) and University Examination will be as follows

Paper Category Sessional Marks University Examination Marks
Theory --- 100
Practicals 25 75
Seminar 50 ---
Minor Project Work 25 75
Major Project Work 100 100

In practical papers, the sessional marks shall be awarded based on day-to-day class work and tests, if any. The procedure shall be decided and announced by the department at the beginning of the semester.
In case of Seminars, the sessional marks shall be warded based on the seminar material and presentation. The procedure shall be decided and announced by department at the beginning of the semester.
In case of Minor Project work/Major Project work, the sessional marks shall be awarded based on the work turned out and submitted in the form of a project report.
University Examinations
For each theory subject, there shall be a comprehensive University Examination of three hours duration. Question paper setting shall be done by external examiners from the panels approved by the Board of Studies.
For each practical subject, the University Examination shall be conducted by one internal examiner and one external examiner.
viva-voce examination in Major project work shall be conducted by a committee consisting of the Chairman (Head of the Department) and two examiners (one Internal Examiner and one External Examiner).
The external examiners for Practical and Minor project work/Major project Work Viva-voce Examinations shall be appointed from among the panels submitted by the Head of the Department through the Chairman of the Board of Studies.
Viva-voce Examination in Minor Project Work shall be conducted by one internal examiner and one external examiner.
The internal examiners for practical and Minor project work/Major Project work Viva-voce Examinations shall be appointed on the recommendations of the Head of the Department. If none of the teachers in the department is eligible to act as internal examiner as per norms of University Post graduate Examinations in vogue, one more external examiner shall be appointed following the same procedure as specified in clause 5.4.
Attendance Requirements
Regular course of study means a minimum average attendance of 75% in all the papers computed by totaling the number of periods of lectures, tutorials, practical and project as the case may be, held in every paper as the denominator and the total number of periods attended by the student in all papers, as the numerator.
How ever, a student has put in a minimum of attendance of 50% in each subject in addition the condition laid down in clause 6.1.
Condonation of shortage of attendance may recommended provided a student puts in at least 62.5% attendance in all the papers put together as calculated in clause 6.1 above, along with a minimum of 50% attendance in each subject as stated in clause 6.2 and provided the Principal is satisfied with the progress and conduct of the student.
A student who could not satisfy these requirement of attendance as given in clauses above, in any semester, shall have to repeat that semester.
A student shall not be permitted to study any semester for more than three times during the course of study.
A certificate of satisfactory attendance must be submitted by the student from the organization where he/she undertakes Project Work. For the above purpose, the candidate is not expected to avail more than 12 working days of leave of absence.
Further, a student is required to complete the course of study satisfying the attendance requirements in all the six semesters of course within a period first twelve semesters from the year of admission failing which he/she shall forfeit his/her seat.
A student who has satisfied the minimum attendance requirements, in any semester may repeat that semester after obtaining written permission from the Principal and canceling the previous record of attendance and sessional marks of that semester. However, this facility may be availed by any student not more than twice during the entire course of study and the entire course of study, shall be within the first twelve semesters as stipulated in clause 6.7
Minimum Academic Requirements
A candidate shall be declared to have passed whole examination of a semester if he/she secures a minimum aggregate of 50% along with a minimum mark of 40% in the University Examination in each theory and practical papers including work. Aggregate for this purpose shall mean the aggregate of marks in the University Examination and sessional marks put together in all the papers of that semester.
A candidate who secures the minimum aggregate of 50% in any semester as in clause as in clause 7.1 but who fails to secure the paper minimum of 40% in the University Examination in any paper shall be declared to have failed in that paper. The candidate may appear for the University Examination in such papers as and when conducted and pass by securing the subject minimum of 40% in each of such papers.
A candidate who could not secure the minimum aggregate of 50% in any semester, as given in clause 7.1, shall be declared to have exempted in such theory papers in which he/she secured a minimum of 50% of the marks in the University Examination and sessional marks put together in each of such papers.
A candidate who could not secure the minimum aggregate of 50% in any semester, as given in clause 7.1 shall be declared to have exempted passed in such practical papers in which he/she secured a minimum of 40% in the University Examination and a minimum of 50% of the marks in the University Examination and sessional marks put together in each of such papers.
The candidate has to appear for all the other papers in which he/she has not satisfied the stipulations of clauses 7.3 and 7.4 and pass compartmentally by satisfying the stipulations stated in clauses 7.3 and 7.4 rechecking of the aggregate shall not arise when a candidate opts for compartmental passing.
Candidates who would not like to avail themselves of the facility of compartmental pass given in clauses 7.3, 7.4 and 7.5 may reappear for the whole examination of that semester, after canceling the previous result. In such a case, clauses the previous result. In such case, clauses 7.1 to 7.5 shall apply in that order.
Candidates shall register for improvement in one or more theory papers of a semester indicating the same in the application form. However improvement facility is not extended to practical and project work papers