Examination Rules

Examination Rules

 

As we all aware that, there are many bad effects of malpractice; it affects student€™s efficiency and at the same time the credibility of the institution and stability of the examination system.

 

EFFECTS OF EXAMINATION MALPRACTICE

Examination malpractice increases lack of confidence among students. Students who would have ordinarily passed an examination feel disappointed and loss of confidence when less intelligent ones perform better than then through cheating, thus leading to loss of confidence in themselves and in the examination and the system at large. Examinations malpractice may lure some students into others areas of misconducts too.

The general effects of examinations malpractice can be summarized as follows:-

  • They lack the required knowledge and experience to carry out their assignment and professional duties effectively

  • Examinations malpractice produces candidates with low moral and academic values.

  • The products of examination malpractice always end up with unfulfilled dreams in their chosen career.

  • Anyone who engages in examinations malpractice is building on a false foundation which can led to serious professional errors.

THE NATURE OF THE MALPRACTICE AND THE MINIMUM PUNISHMENT

 

S.NO

NATURE OF MALPRACTICE

PUNISHMENT

1.

Appeal by the candidate in the answer script to show mercy by way of awarding more than deserving marks.

Fine of Rs. 1000/- per course

2.

The candidate writing his/her name in the answer script.

3.

The candidate writing his/her registration number in places other than specified in the answer script.

4.

Any Special marking in the answer script by the candidate.

5.

The candidate communicating with neighbouring candidate orally or non-verbally; the candidate causing suspicious movement of his/her body.

6.

Irrelevant writing by the candidate in the answer script.

7.

The candidate either possessing the question paper of another candidate or passing his question paper to another candidate with the question paper containing no additional writing on it.

8.

The candidate facilitating the other candidate(s) to copy from his/her answer script.

Invalidating the examination of the particular course written by the candidate.

9.

The candidate possessing of any incriminating material(s) (whether used or not). For example:- Written or printed materials, bits of papers containing written information, writings on scale, calculator, handkerchief, dress, part of the body, Hall Ticket, and on mobile phone, etc.,
Hiding the evidence like throwing out the bits of the papers and any other material(s) (or) destroying the evidence by swallowing the bits of papers.

Invalidating the examinations of the course concerned and all the theory and the practical courses of the current semester registered by the candidate.
Further the candidate is not considered for revaluation of answer scripts of the arrears-courses.

 

If the candidate has registered for arrear-courses only, invalidating the examinations of all the arrears-courses registered by the candidate.

10.

The candidate possessing Mobile phone(s)/ programmable calculator(s)/any other electronic storage device(s) (whether used or not).

11.

The candidate possessing the question paper of another candidate with additional writing on it.

12.

The candidate passing his/her question paper to another candidate with additional writing on it.

13.

The candidate passing incriminating materials brought into the examination hall in any medium (hard/soft) to other candidate(s).

14.

The candidate copying from neighboring candidate.

15.

Vulgar/offensive writings by the candidate in the answer script.

Invalidating the examinations of all the theory and practical courses of the current semester and all the arrears-courses registered by the candidate.

16.

The candidate possessing the answer script of another candidate.

17.

The candidate passing his/her answer script to another candidate.

18.

Appeal by the candidate in the answer script coupled with a promise of any form of consideration.

19.

The candidate misbehaving in the examination hall.

Invalidating the examinations of all the theory and practical courses of the current semester and all the arrears-courses registered by the candidate

20.

Involved in any one or more of the malpractices of serial no.9 to 18 for the third or subsequent times. 

Additional punishment:

  1. If the candidate has not completed the programme, he/she is debarred from continuing his/her studies for one year i.e., for two subsequent semesters. However the student is permitted to appear for the examination in all the arrears-courses up to the last semester during the debarred period.

2. If the candidate has completed the programme, he/she is prevented from writing the examinations of the arrears-courses for two subsequent semesters.

21.

Cases of impersonation

  1. Handing over the impersonator to the police with a complaint to take appropriate action against the person involved in the impersonation by the Chief Superintendent.
  2. If a student of this College is found to impersonate a “bonafide student's, the impersonating student is debarred from continuing his/her studies and writing the examinations permanently. He/she is not eligible for any further admission to any programme of the College.

3. Debarring the “bonafide studentâ€Ã‚ for whom the impersonation was done from continuing his/her studies and writing the studies and writing the examinations permanently. He/she is not eligible for any further admission to any programme of the College.

22.

Abetting of malpractice

 Any instance of abetting such practices at any stage or of CONDONATION of the malpractice by any faculty member/non-teaching staff will result in severe action against the individual, including action for blacklisting/ termination of services.