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The evaluation of each course shall contain two parts
There shall be a maximum of 80 marks for external evaluation and maximum of 20 marks for internal evaluation.
All papers (theory & practical), grades are given on a 7-point scale based on the total percentage of marks, (ISA+ESA) as given below:-
|Percentage of Marks||Grade||Grade Point|
|95 and above||S Outstanding||10|
|85 to below 94||A+ Excellent||9|
|75 to below 84||A Very Good||8|
|65 to below 74||B+ Good||7|
|55 to below 64||B Above Average||6|
|45 to below 54||C Satisfactory||5|
|35 to below 45||D Pass||4|
|Below 35||F Failure||0|
CREDIT POINT AND CREDIT POINT AVERAGE
Credit Point (CP) of a paper is calculated using the formula:-
CP = C × GP, where C is the Credit and GP is the Grade point
Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) of a Semester is calculated using the formula:-
SGPA = TCP/TC, where TCP is the Total Credit Point of that semester.
Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) is calculated using the formula:-
CGPA = TCP/TC, where TCP is the Total Credit Point of that programme.
Grade Point Average (GPA) of different category of courses viz. Common Course
I, Common Course II, Complementary Course I, Complementary Course II, Vocational
course, Core Course is calculated using the formula:-
GPA = TCP/TC, where TCP is the Total Credit Point of a category of course.
TC is the total credit of that category of course
Grades for the different courses, semesters and overall programme are given based on the corresponding CPA as shown below:
|9.5 and above||S Outstanding|
|8.5 to below 9.5||A+ Excellent|
|7.5 to below 8.5||A Very Good|
|6.5 to below 7.5||B+ Good|
|5.5 to below 6.5||B Above Average|
|4.5 to below 5.5||C Satisfactory|
|3.5 to below 4.5||D Pass|
|Below 3.5||F Failure|
MARKS DISTRIBUTION FOR INTERNAL EVALUATIONS
The external theory examination of all semesters shall be conducted by the University at the end of each semester. Internal evaluation is done by continuous assessment.
For all courses without practical
Components of Internal Evaluation of theory Marks
|Test papers (2×5)||10|
For all courses with practical
Components of Internal Evaluation Marks
|Test papers ((2 x 4)||8|
(c) For practical examinations, total marks
b)for internal evaluation is 10
Components of Internal evaluation of Practical Marks
|Test paper (1 x 4)||4|
*Marks awarded for Record should be related to number of experiments recorded andduly signed by the teacher concerned in charge.
All three components of internal assessments are mandatory.
*Marks for dissertation may include study tour report if proposed in the syllabus
Components of internal Evaluation of Project Marks
Attendance Evaluation for all papers
|% of attendance||Marks|
|90 and above||5|
|85 – 89||4|
(Decimals are to be rounded to the next higher whole number)
TEACHING, EVALUATION & ASSESSMENT
Class seminars & presentations
These are not comprehensive and Faculty Members can develop the teaching methods with more elements.
The evaluation of students comprises continuous evaluation at the Institution level and comprehensive evaluation by University.
Internal assessment, based on continuous evaluation is conducted throughout the semester. It is based on internal examinations and various types of assignments as decided by the Faculty Member who is handling the course. Assignments include homework, problem solving, group discussions, quiz, term projects, spot tests, role play, software exercises etc. Details of assignments in every semester are submitted by the Faculty Members in an assignment book to the Principal / Head of the Department.
This is to facilitate uniformity in the internal evaluation process. The distribution of continuous evaluation is as follows:
Components of Continual Evaluation
|Sl. No.||Component of Continual Evaluation||Marks||Percentage|
(Subject to a Minimum of 2 tests for each course)
|2||Assignments – Minimum of 2
|3||Seminar & Projects||8||20%|
The internal assessment marks are awarded by the concerned Faculty Member in charge of the course based on the guidelines mentioned in Table given above. A systematic record for the award of Internal marks is maintained in the Department duly signed by the concerned Faculty Members and counter signed by the Head of the Department. It is placed in the notice board before the commencement of University Examinations.
In case a candidate fails to secure the required minimum of 50% marks in internal marks based continuous evaluation, he / she may secure it by repeating the course altogether in a regular class or by taking the course with a Faculty Member assigned by the Head of the Department in a subsequent semester provided that the candidate has failed to obtain the 50% marks in the first instance, but such improvement in continuous evaluation in the same paper cannot be attended more than once.
The comprehensive evaluation will be done by the University through end-semester examinations which is of 3 hour duration for all subject courses.
In order to pass a course, a student has to acquire a minimum of 40% marks in University examination and an aggregate of 50% marks (marks obtained for internal assessment and university examination put together)
Candidates who have secured not less than 60% marks in the aggregate of total marks for all papers in four semesters (both continual and comprehensive evaluation together) in the examination shall be declared to have passed the MHRM Degree Examination in First Class.
Candidates who obtain not less than 75% of the total marks shall be declared to have passed the MHRM Degree Examination with Distinction.
Candidates shall be allowed to improve the result of any course /subject along with the examinations of their immediate junior batch.
Candidates for the MHRM Degree shall be eligible to undergo the courses of study in the next semester and appear for the examination of that semester, irrespective of the results of the examinations of the previous semester provided they have completed all the formalities of attendance, payment of all fees due to the University and registration for the examinations in the earlier semesters.
Internship – Second Semester
A student has to spend 4 weeks in a reputed business organization for Internship. A faculty guide shall be appointed by the respective department to guide students. Any topic related to human resources can betaken. The intern will learn how to apply skills she or he may have acquired from the course, in a professional setting. A report shall be submitted to the University. The marks shall be awarded based on presentations by students followed by viva-voce. 40% of the mark shall be given based on presentations and viva-voce and 60% based on evaluation of report.
During the fourth semester, the students are required to do a Project Work in HR domain, addressing a HR related issue in the organization and a Report of the same is to be submitted. The total duration of this project study is 8 weeks and total marks for the project report is 100. Project work shall be done in a reputed Business Organization.
A comprehensive Viva voce shall be conducted by a Board of examiners, consisting of at least external examiner, duly appointed by the University.
Post graduate programmes – Under PG –CSS System 2019
There will be university exams at the end of each semester. Which is of 3 hours duration for both theory and practical sessions.
Evaluation and grading
The evaluation scheme contains two parts: End semester evaluation (ESE), Continuous evaluation (CE) (Internal Evaluation). 75% weightage is given for external and 25% weightage is given for Internal.
Direct grading: the direct grading for CE and ESE shall be based on 6 letter grades (A+, A, B, C, D, E) with numerical values of 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, and 0.
The model of components and weightage is given below:
For theory (Internal)
|Best two test papers||2|
|Relevance of the topic and analysis||2|
|Project content and presentation||2|
Comprehensive viva – voice
|Comprehensive viva – voice||5|
All grade points average should be rounded to two digits. And there is no chance for the improvement of grade points of the internal evaluation.
Direct grading system
|A||4||4.00 – 4.49|
|B||3||3.00 – 3.00|
|C||2||2.00 – 2.99|
|D||1||1.00 – 1.99|
Performance grading system
Students are graded based on their performance (GPA/SGPA/CGPA)
|A||4.00 – 4.49||Excellent|
|B+||3.50 – 3.99||Very good|
|C||2.00 – 2.49||Marginal ( Pass)|
|D||Up to 1.99||Deficient ( Fail)|
No Separate minimum is needed for internal evaluation. But a minimum C is required for external examination to pass.
Semester grade point average (SGPA) = total credit point awarded in a semester /total grade point in a semester
Cumulative grade point average (CGPA) = total credit point awarded in all semester /total credit of the programme
EVALUATION AND GRADING
Project work shall be completed in accordance with the guidelines given in the curriculum.
Every student should submit at least one assignment as an internal component for each course.
Every student shall deliver at least one seminar lecture as an internal component of every course with a weightage of two.
Every student shall undergo at least two class tests as an internal component for each course with a weightage of one.
Comprehensive viva voice
Comprehensive viva voice shall be conducted at the end of fourth semester of the programme and it shall cover questions from all courses in the programme.
The minimum requirement of aggregate attendance during a semester for appearing at the end semester examination shall be 75%.The evaluation scheme for each course shall contain two parts:
Both internal and external evaluation shall be carried out using direct grading system.
The direct grading for internal and external shall be based on 6 letter grades(A+, A, B, C, D, E)with numerical values 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 and 0 respectively.
Components of internal (CE) and external evaluation (ESE)
Grades shall be given to the evaluation of theory/practical/project/comprehensive viva voice andall internal evaluations are based on the Direct Grading System.
|3||BEST TWO PAPERS||2 (1 EACH)|
(Grades of best two test papers shall be considered. For test papers all questions shall be set in such a way that the answers can be awarded A+, A, B, C, D, E grade).
|LAB INVOLVEMENT AND RECORD||1|
|RELEVANCE OF THE TOPIC &
|PROJECT CONTENT &
|COMPREHENSIVE VIVA VOICE (all courses from first semester to fourth semester)||5|
Patterns of questions
The questions shall be prepared in such a way that the answers can be awarded A+, A, B, C, D, Egrades. Different types of questions shall be given different ways to quantify their range asfollows:
|TYPES OF QUESTIONS||WEIGHT||NUMBER OF QUESTIONS TO BE ANSWERED|
|1||SHORT ANSWER TYPE QUESTIONS||1||8 OUT OF 10|
|2||SHORT ESSAY/PROBLEM SOLVING TYPE QUESTIONS||2||6 OUT OF 8|
|3||LONG ESSAY TYPE QUESTION 5||5||2 OUT OF 4|
DIRECT GRADING SYSTEM
Direct Grading System based on a 6 point scale is used to evaluate the internal and external examinations taken by the students for various courses of study.
|A+||5||4.50 to 5.00|
|A||4||4.00 to 4.49|
|B||3||3.00 to 3.99|
|C||2||2.00 to 2.99|
|D||1||0.01 to 1.99|
Students are graded based on their performance (GPA/SGPA/CGPA) at the examination on aseven point scale.
|4.50 to 5.00||A+||OUTSTANDING|
|4.00 to 4.49||A||EXCELLENT|
|3.50 to 3.99||B+||VERY GOOD|
|3.00 to 3.49||B||GOOD (AVERAGE)|
|2.50 to 2.99||C+||FAIR|
|2.00 to 2.49||C||MARGINAL (PASS)|
|Upto 1.99||D||DEFICIENT (FAIL)|