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April 20th, 2015, 04:44 PM
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Re: Credit System In SRM University

The SRM University was established in the year 1986. It is located at Chennai, India . It is a co-educational private university .

To pursue BCA , applicants must have passed the Higher Secondary Examinations directed by the Government of Tamil Nadu or an Examination accepted as equivalent with Mathematics or Business Mathematics.

The University follows the ‘Choice Based Credit System ’ for all its programmes. Each credit is worth 12 hours of student study time, comprising all learning activities.

Thus a five-credit course involves 60 study hours.

Procedures for awarding marks for internal assessment

Theory courses
For regularity and discipline - 10 Marks
For two assignment (Equal weightage) - 10 Marks
For two tests to be conducted (Equal weightage) - 20 Marks
Model examination - 10 Marks
Total - 50 Marks
Practical Courses
For regularity and discipline - 10 Marks
Completion of all Experiments prescribed for the course - 20 Marks
Observation Record - 10 Marks
For model Examination at the end of the Semester - 10 Marks
Total - 50 Marks
SRM University Bachelor Of Computer Applications Choice Based Credit System
1. Aim of the Course
The course strives to inculcate job-oriented and value based quality education in Information Technology and Commercial Application Development. . At the end of the course, the students will be well-versed, particularly in core subjects with quality in inter-personal and professional skills.
2.
Eligibility for Admission

Candidates for admission to the first year of the Under Graduate Degree courses shall be required to have passed the Higher Secondary Examinations (Academic or Vocational Stream) conducted by the Government of Tamil Nadu or an Examination accepted as equivalent with Mathematics or Business Mathematics.
3. Duration of the Course
The Course duration shall be for three years consisting of six semesters. In order to be eligible for the award of the degree the candidate shall successfully complete the course in a maximum period of five years from the date of enrolment for the first semester of the course.
4. Choice Based Credit System
The University follows the ‘Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)’ for all its programmes. Each credit is worth 12 hours of student study time, comprising all learning activities. Thus a five-credit course involves 60 study hours. This helps the student to understand the academic effort and to successfully complete a course.
A candidate shall be eligible for the award of the degree only if he/she has undergone the prescribed course of study in the University for a period of three academic years and passed the examination of all the six semesters.
5. Structure of the Course and Evaluation Pattern
Internal Marks: 50 External Marks: 50
The duration of University examination for both theory and practical subjects shall be 3 hours. The maximum marks for each theory and practical course is 100. Continues Internal Assessment (CIA) will be 50. The university theory examination will be conducted for 100 marks, which will be then converted to 50 in ordered to add with continues internal assessment to make 100 marks for the course.
For the conduct of University examinations in practical, the question paper for the practical examination will be set by both internal and external examiners appointed by the University.
6. Procedures for Awarding Marks for Internal Assessment
THEORY COURSES
For regularity and discipline - 10 Marks
For two assignment (Equal weightage) - 10 Marks
For two tests to be conducted (Equal weightage) - 20 Marks
Model examination - 10 Marks
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Total - 50 Marks
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PRACTICAL COURSES
For regularity and discipline - 10 Marks
Completion of all Experiments prescribed for the course - 20 Marks
Observation Record - 10 Marks
For model Examination at the end of the Semester - 10 Marks
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Total - 50 Marks
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In the case of CIA, a candidate who secures not less than 40% of total marks prescribed for any course shall be declared to have passed for that course, failing which the candidate has to redo the academic activities prescribed for the continuous internal assessment (CIA).
7. Requirements for the completion of the semester
The candidate who has fulfilled the following conditions shall be deemed to have satisfied the requirements for the completion of the semester.
1.
He/ She secures not less than 75% of overall attendance in that semester taking into account the total no of periods in all courses put together attended by the candidate as against the total no of periods in all courses offered during that semester. Condo- notion of attendance up to 10% is permitted on medical grounds. Relaxation in attendance is permitted up to 10% for the student who represents the university in sports and games. The above two relaxation cannot be taken concurrently.
2.
He / She earn a progress certificate from the head of the institution for having satisfactorily completed all the courses pertaining to that semester as judged by Internal Assessment. A Student is expected to have scored not less than 40% in internal Assessment.
3.
His / Her conduct has been satisfactory throughout the semester. Candidates who do not complete the semester will not be permitted to write the end semester Examination and are not permitted to go the next semester. They are required to repeat the incomplete semester in the next academic year.

8. Requirements for Proceeding to Subsequent Semester
i.
Candidates shall register their name for the First Semester Examination after the admission in the U.G. course.
ii.
Candidates shall be permitted to proceed from the First Semester up to Final Semester irrespective of their failure in any of the Semester examinations subject to the condition that the candidates should register for all the arrear subjects of earlier semesters along with current (subsequent) semester subjects.
iii.
Candidates shall be eligible to go to subsequent semester, only if they earn sufficient attendance as prescribed thereof by the University from time to time.

Provided in the case of candidate earning less than 50% of attendance in any one of the semesters due to any extraordinary circumstance such as medical grounds, such candidates who shall produce Medical Certificate issued by the Authorized Medical Attendant (AMA), duly certified by the Dean, Faculty of Science & Humanities, shall be permitted to proceed to the next semester and to complete the course of study. Such candidates will have to repeat the missed semester by rejoining after completion of final semester of the course, after paying the fee for the break of study as prescribed by the University from time to time.
9. Examinations
1.
The end semester examinations will ordinarily be conducted during October to December in the odd semesters and during March to May in the even semesters. For all the theory courses question papers will be set by external examiners and valued by external and/or internal examiners.
2.
All practical examinations including the project work viva voce will be conducted by internal & External examiners appointed by the University
3.
The project work report/thesis will be evaluated by the External examiner and the thesis viva Board consists of HOD, Internal Examiner (Guide), and External Examiner.

10. Software Project – Final Semester
Total Marks: 100

The Project work can be either carried out in any Industry/University/Institute.

A Coordinator will be appointed by the HOD to coordinate the Project Work.

Internal guides from the department will be assigned to the students.
o
As soon as a student gets the project work, he/she has to sent the contact details of the organization and the external guide to the department Project title and the Platform
o
Address of the Organization (Phone, Fax number, E-mail address, URL)
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Address for Communication
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Telephone / Mobile number (Personal) / Personal E-mail ID.


Periodically (weekly) the students should submit project Task Report to their internal guide.

Two Reviews will be conducted before the Final Viva-Voce.

The Project work should be an independent one; if the project is a part of a bigger project, the student’s work should have a few independent modules.

If more than one student is working on parts of the same project (big enough to share) the report of each student should be different and not two copies of the same report.

Evaluation Scheme
o
Internal Guide (Continuous Assessment) 40 Marks
o
External Examiner Project Report 40 Marks


An External Examiner will conduct the Viva Voce along with the respective Internal Guide for 10 marks each.

If a student fails in final semester software project then the student has to perform the set of activities required for it. The student has to appear for the review fixed by the department and should also appear for the semester exam viva voce.

11. Passing Minimum
1. A candidate shall be declared to have passed in each paper / practical / Mini Project and Viva-voce, if he / she secures not less than 40% of marks (the continuous internal assessment (CIA) and the University examinations (External) put together), provided a minimum of 40% of marks secured in the University examination and a minimum of 40% in Continuous Internal Assessment.
2. If a candidate fails to secure a pass in a particular course, it is mandatory that he/she shall register and reappear for the examination in that course during the next semester when examination is conducted in that course. He / She should continue to register and reappear for the examination till he/she secures a pass. However, the internal assessment marks obtained by the candidate in the first attempt shall be retained and considered valid for all subsequent attempts. If a candidate fails to secure 40% of the marks prescribed in Continuous Internal Assessment, he has to redo the academic activities prescribed for the same.
12. Award of Letter Grade
All assessment of course will be done on absolute marks basis. However for the purpose of the reporting the performance of a candidate, letter grades, each carrying certain points, will be awarded as per the range of total marks (out of 100) obtained by the candidate as detailed below.
Range of total marks Letter Grade Grade Points
90 – 100 S 10
80 – 89 A 9
70 – 79 B 8
60 – 69 C 7
50 – 59 D 6
40 – 49 E 5
0 – 39 F 0
Incomplete I 0
Withdrawal W 0

“F” denoted failure in the course
“I” denotes incomplete and hence prevented from writing end semester examination.
“W” denotes withdrawal from the course. After results are declared, Grade sheets will be issued to each student, containing the list of courses enrolled during semester and the grade scored the grade point average (GPA) for the semester and the Cumulative Grade point average (CGPA) of all courses enrolled from first semester onwards.
GPA is the ratio of the sum of the products of the number of credits of courses registered and the points corresponding to the grades scored in those courses, taken for all the courses, to the sum of the number of credits of all the courses in the semester.
GPA = (C*GP)/ C Where CGPA will be calculated in a similar manner, considering all the courses enrolled from first semester.

Contact:
SRM University
Intra College Road,Potheri,Kattankulathur, Kancheepuram, Tamil Nadu 603203 ‎
044 2745 5510 ‎

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