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Autonomous Examination Cell

The Examination cell has been formed to supervise the examination & evaluation process which is headed by the COE. The conduct of examinations in the autonomous system is an important academic activity to bring out the student's performance. In this context, Examination Cell plays a key role in the evaluation process. At each and every stage in the evaluation process, including Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE) and Semester End Examinations (SEE) and Make-up Examinations (MUP), COE along with Deputy Controller of Examinations (Dy. COE) meticulously monitor the performance of students by giving suitable guidelines to various departments in the institution from time to time.

Important activities of the examination cell are as follows:

  • Overall conduction of examination (CIE, SEE, and MUP) process. Which includes, scheduling the examination dates, to take necessary action to set the question papers from the examiners, printing the question papers (CIE of I & II semesters, SEE and MUP) and distribution
  • Announcement of the examination fee and other fees related to examination.
  • To provide proper notification to the departments related to the examination process and conducting the examination time to time.
  • Getting CIE marks from the departments from time to time. Monitor the CIE process and inform any irregularities to the Principal.
  • Conduction of valuation work, processing the results and announcement of the results and issuing the grade cards, PDC.
  • Maintenance of confidentiality of the examination system.
  • Conduction of Malpractice committee meeting and issuing all Notification related Malpractice.
  • Strictly adhere to the university instruction regarding Autonomous Examinations.
  • Coordinating with the Dean (Academic) to implement the autonomous discipline as per the UGC and VTU guidelines.
Controller of Examination:
Dr.K.Narasimhachary,
Professor
Dept. of Industrial & Production Engg
Deputy Controller of Examination :
Sri. K.M .Ananthu,
Asso. Professor
Dept. of Civil Engineering
Deputy Controller of Examination :
Sri. K.M .Ananthu,
Asso. Professor
Dept. of Civil Engineering

Examination Procedures (2015-16):

Evaluation Scheme - CIE
Weightage
50%
Marks
50
Event Break Up
Test ITest IIQuiz IQuiz IIAssignment
35355510
Awarded
Minimum marks [Courses of I to VIII semesters] to be scored by the student in CIE is 50% of maximum marks

Evaluation Scheme-SEE
Weightage
50%
Max. Marks
100
Scheme of SEE Question Paper
Duration: 3Hrs.Questions to Set: 10Questions to Answer: 5
Awarded
  • Each of the two full questions set / unit shall be so comprehensive as to cover the entire contents of the unit.
  • There will be direct choice between the two questions within each Unit
  • Total questions to be set are 10. All full questions carry equal marks of 20
  • The no. of subdivisions in each main question shall be limited to three only
  • No. of questions to be answered by students is 5 full questions.

Minimum marks [Courses of I to VIII semesters] to be scored by the student is 40% of maximum marks.

Minimum marks [Courses of I to VIII semesters] to be scored by the student in CIE is 50% of maximum marks
Evaluation Scheme - CIE
Weightage Marks Event Break Up
50% 50
Test ITest IIQuiz IQuiz IIAssignment
35355510

Evaluation Scheme-SEE
Weightage Max. Marks Scheme of SEE Question Paper
50% 100
Duration: 3Hrs.Questions to Set: 10Questions to Answer: 5
  • Each of the two full questions set / unit shall be so comprehensive as to cover the entire contents of the unit.
  • There will be direct choice between the two questions within each Unit
  • Total questions to be set are 10. All full questions carry equal marks of 20
  • The no. of subdivisions in each main question shall be limited to three only
  • No. of questions to be answered by students is 5 full questions.

Minimum marks [Courses of I to VIII semesters] to be scored by the student is 40% of maximum marks.


Note: Evaluation for MLC Courses will be based on an assignment for 50 marks and not on the basis of Semester End Examination (SEE).

The regulations of PESCE, Mandya, governing autonomous examinations have been framed as per the guidelines of VTU, Belgaum and UGC, New Delhi. The academic year comprises of Odd and Even semesters of 20 weeks duration each, along with make-up term of 6 weeks duration for each semester. The academic performance of a student's is evaluated through a letter grading system based on CIE and SEE. Further the letter grades are awarded a student in a course, for which student has registered based on his performance in CIE and SEE.

Time Table : SEE 2017