1. Theory Examination and Evaluation
The Telangana University follows a system of evaluation based on continuous internal assessment (CIA) and semester end examination (SEE). The 100 marks allotted for each theory paper in a semester are distributed in the ratio of 30:70 between CIA and SEE. CIA includes mid-semester examinations, assignments, presentations, seminars etc.
2. Mid-Semester Examinations
Usually each mid semester test is held approximately after 40 days of instruction. The dates are notified in the academic calendar. The syllabus and model question paper for each mid semester test will be provided by concerned teachers. Each semester will have two mid semester examinations and the average of these two will be considered. In case the candidate fails to appear for one mid semester test, marks obtained in the other test will be averaged.
3. Semester End Examination
The semester end exams for odd semesters (I, III, V) are held in Oct/Nov and for even semester (II, IV, VI) in April / May. The SEE shall be of 3 hours duration. An external examiner shall set the question paper. There shall be double valuation. The variation of marks between the two examiners shall not exceed 20%. In case the variation exceeds 20% such scripts shall be referred to a third examiner. The average of the nearest two shall be considered as the final mark. In case the difference between any of the first, second and third valuation are equal, the better average marks shall be taken as the final mark. There shall be no supplementary for the Semester end examination.
The practical methodology includes laboratory work, project work, field work, practical training, record work etc. The syllabi, model question paper and the practical schedule will be provided by the respective teachers. Marks are allotted for each practical exam in a year and distributed with equal weightage for CIA and SEE. There shall be one semester-end examination for each practical course. Two examiners, one internal and one external shall do paper setting jointly. Evaluation of the candidates shall be carried out on the basis of his/her performance at the semester-end practical examination.
5. Review and Revaluation
1. Candidate(s) may apply for revaluation in the prescribed profroma within two weeks of the publication of results, after which no application for revaluation shall be entertained by the university. The candidate on application for revaluation shall give a written under-taking to the effect that he would not hold the University responsibility for any delay and consequences resulting from the revaluation.
2. The revaluation shall be done independently by two examiners, appointed by the Vice-Chancellor.
3. Results of the revaluation will be considered as per the regulations approved by the University from time to time.
4. Review of Post-graduate examination results shall be followed as per norms laid down by the Vice-Chancellor, from time to time.
5. The Vice-Chancellor is authorised to issue necessary guidelines and instructions to all the functionaries and individual involved in the organization and conduct of all the examinations.
6. Award of Division
Candidates who have passed all the examinations of the P.G. degree course shall be awarded divisions in accordance with the total aggregate marks secured in them in all the semester examinations taken together.
1. First Class with Distinction 70% and above
2. First Class 60% and above but lessthan 70%
3. Second Class 50% and above but lessthan 60%
4. Third Class (Passed) 40% and above but lessthan 50%
Candidated who have not passed the examinations in the first attempt along with the batch in which they were admitted are not eligible for getting the Distinction Rank Certificates / Gold Medals / Prizes.