Examination Pattern (Junior College)
Four examinations will be held for the students during the course of the academic year:
Mid-term Test No. 1 for F.Y.J.C. Classes only. The portion for this examination will be the portion taught upto the last working day before this examination.
The First Terminal Examination for both F.Y.J.C. and S.Y.J.C. classes. The portion for this examinaion will be the entire portion taught upto the last working day before this examination.
Mid-term Test No. 2 for F.Y.J.C. classes only will be held in the Second Term. The portion for the examination will be the portion taught from the first working day of the Second Term to the last working day before the examination.
The Preliminary Examination for S.Y.J.C. Classes only will be held in the month of January. The portion for the examination will be the entire portion taught during both the terms of the academic year. The pattern and duration of the examination will be the same as prescribed by the Board for the H.S.C.Examination.
The Second Terminal Examination for the F.Y.J.C. classes only will be held in the month of February/March. The 'Portion' for the examination will be the portion taught during the Second Term and 20% questions on the 1st Term syllabus.
Supplementary First Terminal / Second Terminal Examination is arranged only for those students who inform the Principal, In writing, their inability to appear for the First Terminal / Second Terminal Examination because of ill-health or for reasons beyond their control and to the satisfaction of the Principal.
The detailed programs of the respective examinations showing the duration of each question paper and the number of marks assigned will put up on the notice-board from time to time. Appearing for all the examinations is compulsory.
The students should note that they will be examined in Theory and Orals or Practicals or Tutorials or Seminar and their performance in each Test-Examination will be taken into consideration while promoting them to the next higher class. For this purpose, students` attendance will also be considered.
Assessed answer-books of all the examinations except those of the 2nd Terminal Examination are returned to the students in the classrooms from time to time.
Due consideration will be given to the Term-Work such as tutorials, practicals, projects, and home assignments if any.
The final result of the F.Y.J.C. classes will be decided on the average marks (a+b+c+d)/2 in each subject where:
a = the number of marks obtained at the First Terminal Exam.
b = the number of marks obtained at the Annual Exam.
c & d = the number of marks obtained in the yearly work such as Mid-term tests, tutorials, practicals seminars, projects, etc.
If a student is found copying or using unfair means in any paper/subject at an examination, the student will be expelled from the examination and his performance in that subject will be treated as null and void. For the purpose of computation of the final result, the student will be treated to have scored "Zero" marks in that subject at the examination. Such students may not be eligible for admission to this college.