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A Continuous Evaluation through LMS

After completing the above activities the student would get access to the subjects wise assignments.

Particular

A1 (Objective Type)

A2 (Subjective Type)

A3 (Discussion Forum)

Weightage% 10% 15% 5%
Marks 100 100 100
Passing Score 40 40 40
(12 out of 30 is Passing at Subject Level) Passing 40% at Subject Level

Assignment 1
(MCQ Based Objective Type Questions)

  • The student would get 50 random questions of 2 marks each (100 marks).
  • The said assignments are based on the course outcome for every subject. After clicking the timer is set at 1 hour and student need to attempt all 50 questions.
  • Passing criteria is 40% in Assignment 1.
  • The system evaluates the objective assignments and displays the scores to the students. In case the student is not able to achieve the 40% criteria the student has to re-attempt the said assignment.

Assignment 2
(Subjective Assessment)

  • The subjective assignments are based on the course outcome for every subject. There would be 5 questions of 20 marks each. (Long Answers).
  • The questions would be based on the course outcome and a rubric would be displayed for the student for the same.
  • The students would need to download the Question Paper from LMS and upload the response sheet on LMS.
  • The response sheet would have a plagiarism check with a 10% similarity limit.

Assignment 3
(Discussion Forum for every Subject)

  • Every subject would have graded discussion forum as part of continuous evaluation

Lab (For Applicable Courses)


The students download the lab assignments after the Aadhar verification and upload the lab assessment response sheet in LMS.

Weightage for Lab Assessments
(where applicable)

Continuous Evaluation

Weightage% 10% 15%
Marks 10 100
Passing Score 10 10
(12 out of 30 is Passing at Subject Level)

Evaluation


  • The evaluator enters the marks in the system for every subject for every student
  • The evaluator enters the marks in the system for every subject for every student

Grading System


At the end of all evaluation components based on the performance of the student, each student is awarded based on an absolute grading system. As per the UGC norms, the list of absolute grades and its connotations are given below

Grade

Grade Points

Range

O (Outstanding) 10 85 100
A+ (Excellent) 9 80 10
A (Very Good) 8 65 100
B+ (Good) 7 60 10
B (Above Average) 6 50 100
C (Average) 5 45 10
P (Pass) 4 40 100
F (Fail) 0 <40 -
AB (Absent) 0 - -