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University Examination Section

 
Some Ordinances and Rules Relevant to Examinations
    • O.91: (U.O.02): Grace Marks for getting higher class:

      A candidate who passes in all subjects and heads of passing in the examination without the benefit of either gracing or condonation rules and whose total number of marks falls short for securing second class/higher second class or first class by marks not more than 1% of the aggragate marks of that examination or upto 10 marks. Whichever is less shall be given the required marks to get the next higher class or grace as the case may be.

      Provided that benefits of above mentioned grace marks shall not be given, if the candidate fails to secure necessary passing marks in the aggregate head of passing also if prescribed in the examination concerned.

      Provided further that benefits of above mentioned grace marks shall be given to the candidate for such examination/s only for which provision of award of class has been prescribed.

      Condonation deficiency of marks be shown in the statement of marks in the form of asterisk and Ordinance number. Provided that this condonation of marks is concurrent with the rules and guidelines of professional statuatory bodies at the All India level such as AICTE, MCI, Bar Council, CCIM, CCIH, NCTE etc.

    • O. 91 (1) U.O. 03): Grace Marks for getting Distinction in the subject only:

      A candidate who passes in all the subject / head of passing in the examination without benefit of either gracing are condonation rules and whose total no. of marks in the subject/s falls short by not more than three marks for getting distinction in the subject/ s shall be given necessary grace marks up to three in maximum two subject, subject to maximum one percent of the total marks of that head of passing whichever is more, in a given examination.

      Provided that benefit of the above mentioned grace marks shall be given to the candidate only for such a examination/s for which provision for distinction in a subject has been prescribed.

      Provided further that this gracing is concurrent with the rules and guidelines of professional statutory bodies at the All India level such as AICTE , MCI, Bar Council, CCIM, CCAIH, NCTE etc.

    • O.94: (U.O.01.): Grace Marks for passing in each head of passing (Theory/Practical/ Oral/ Sessional ) (External/Internal):

      The examinee shall be given the benefit of grace marks only for passing in each head of passing (Theory/Practical/ Oral/ Sessional ) in External or Internal examination as follows:

      Head of Passing Grace Marks

      Up to 50   2 
      51 to 100  3
      101 to 150  4
      151 to 200  5
      201 to 250  6
      251 to 300  7
      301 to 350  8
      351 to 400  9
      401 and above 10

      Provided that the benefit of such gracing marks given in different heads of passing shall not exceed 1% of the aggregate marks in that examination.

      Provided further that the benefit of gracing of marks under this ordinance shall be applicable only if the candidate passes the entire examination of semester / year.

      Provided further that this gracing is concurrent with the rules and guidelines of professional statutory bodies at the All India level such as AICTE , MCI, Bar Council, CCIM, CCAIH, NCTE , UGC etc.

    • O.96 (U.O.04) Condonation:

      If a candidate fails in only one head of passing, having passed in all other heads of passing, his/her deficiency of marks in such head of passing may be condoned by not more than 1% of the aggregate marks of the examination or 10% of the total number of marks of that head of passing in which he/she is failing, whichever is less. However condonation, whether in one head of passing or aggregate head of passing be restricted to maximum up to 10 marks only.

      Condonation deficiency of marks be shown in the statement of marks in the form of asterisk and Ordinance number. Provided that this condonation of marks is concurrent with the rules and guidelines of professional statutory bodies at the All India level such as AICTE, MCI, Bar Council, CCIM, CCIH, NCTE etc.

      R.B.A.8: The scheme of the Physical Education has been made operative for B.A. Part-I Class.

      The benefit of marks obtained by the students in Physical Education Tests conducted by the University and N.C.C. authorities shall be as under:-

      • If a student fails in one or two heads of passing only and having passed in all the remaining heads of passing, the marks obtained by him/ her in the Physical Education Test shall be added to one and/ or two heads of passing in which he has failed as the case may be. A student getting the benefit of Physical Education marks should not be given advantage of any other Ordinance. The Physical Education Marks shall not be considered for the award of Class and for deciding merit.
      • If a result of addition of Physical Education marks a student does not pass the examination, the marks obtained by him / her in physical Education shall not be considered.
      • The marks of Physical Education obtained by the unsuccessful students at the B.A. Part-I Examination shall be carried forward for their subsequent attempt/s.
      • The marks obtained in Physical Education shall not be considered for earning exemption in subject or head of passing, but the marks will be carried forward for availing the benefit at the subsequent attempt/s.
      • The marks secured by the students under the Physical Education scheme shall be added to the total of his marks in the examination irrespective of the fact of his passing or failure in the examination. The Physical Education marks shall be shown as “Total + P.E. marks”.

      R.B.A.9: The B.A. Parts-I, II and III Examinations shall be held twice in a year in April/ May and October/ November.

      R.B.A.10: A Candidate, who has kept one term in this University or in any of the Universities in the State of Maharashtra for the Intermediate Arts Examination or an examination recognized as equivalent thereto, shall be allowed to join the second term of the B.A. Part-I Course for the Second term.

      R.B.Com.10: The scheme for the Physical Education has been made operative for the B.Com. Part-I Class.

      The benefit of marks obtained by the students in Physical Education Tests conducted by the University and N.C.C. authorities shall be as under:

      • If a student fails in one or two heads of passing only and having passed in all the remaining heads of passing, the marks obtained by him in the Physical Education Test shall be added to one and/ or two heads of passing in which he had failed as the case may be. A student getting the benefit of Physical Education marks should not be given advantage of any other Ordinance. The Physical Education marks shall not be considered for the award of class and for deciding merit.
      • If a result of addition of Physical Education marks a student does not Pass the examination, the marks obtained by him in Physical Education shall not be considered.
      • The marks of Physical Education obtained by the unsuccessful students at the B.Com. Part-I Examination shall be carried forward for their subsequent attempt/s.
      • The marks obtained in Physical Education shall not be considered for earning exemption in subject or head of passing, but the marks will be carried forward to availing the benefit at the subsequent attempt/s.
      • The marks secured by the students under the Physical Education scheme shall be added to the total of his marks in the examination irrespective of the fact of his passing or failure in the examination. The Physical Education marks shall be shown as “Total + P.E. marks”.

      R.B.Sc. 2:The scheme of the Physical Education has been made operative for B.Sc. Part-I.

      The benefit of marks, obtained by the students in Physical Education Tests conducted by the University and N.C.C. authorities shall be as under:

      • If a student fails in one or two heads of passing only and having passed in all the remaining heads of passing, the marks obtained by him/her in the Physical Education Test shall be added to one or two heads of passing in which he has failed as the case may be. A student getting the benefit of Physical Education marks should not be given advantage of any other Ordinance. The Physical Education marks shall not be considered for the award of class and for deciding merit.
      • If as a result of addition of Physical Education marks a student does not Pass the examination, the marks obtained by him in Physical Education shall not be considered.
      • The marks of Physical Education obtained by the unsuccessful students at the B.Sc. Part-I Examination shall be carried forward for their subsequent attempt/s.
      • The marks obtained in Physical Education shall not be considered for earning exemption in subject or head of passing, but the marks will be carried forward to availing the benefit at the subsequent attempt/s.
      • The marks secured by the students under the Physical Education scheme shall be added to the total of his marks in the examination irrespective of the fact of his passing or failure in the examination. The Physical Education marks shall be shown as “Total + P.E. marks”.

    Amendment to Ordinance 9 Sr. No. 12 & 14 regarding revised quantum of punishment