1. Absence from class without proper reason and without prior permission from the HOD is tantamount to breach of discipline and such absence will attract punishment and should be avoided. One period of absence in the forenoon or afternoon session will be treated as half a day of absence.
2. Absence for more than 10 days without prior permission from the HOD / Directors of Schools may lead to removal from the nominal roll.
3. Students appearing for the University examinations must have at least 80% of attendance as per the rules of the University. A minimum of 75% attendance is required to appear for examinations. There is no provision for condonation of any kind.
The policy on enrolment will be to ensure that students from all parts of the country are permitted to join the University so that the national characteristic of the University is maintained in its true sense.
Further, to ensure that adequate number of students from under-privileged and socially handicapped sections of society are admitted to the University, a uniform All-India policy of reservation is followed. Admission is made on the basis of merit and merit list is drawn in accordance with provisions of the Admission policy of the University.
The University aims to be innovative in syllabi and in the courses and hence the revision of curricula is continuous and an on-going process. The revision can be initiated by an individual faculty member depending on the requirement and must be approved by Board of Studies of the concerned School / Department.
The University follows a semester system. The undergraduate courses are for 6 semesters and postgraduate courses are for a normal duration of 4 semesters except in case of MCA and any integrated postgraduate courses. Integrated courses will have 10/12 semesters. Each course is assigned a specific number of choice based credits and the number of credits to be assigned to a course are determined by the Board of syllabus of Schools on the recommendations of the department concerned. The students have to earn minimum credits assigned by the Board of syllabus to become eligible to get the degree. Students of all Post-graduate courses are to undergo a course in communication skills and shall undergo 4 to 6 weeks internship during the summer vacation of the I year (II Semester) and earn 2 credits. All the PG courses will have Project work in their final semester and students are to earn the number of credits prescribed by the Board of Studies of respective Schools.
The system of evaluation for each course shall be laid down by the Board of the School on the recommendation of the department concerned. Internal assessment (sessional work) shall carry the weightage of 25% and the remaining weightage is for semester examinations.