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Attendance Policy

STUDENT ATTENDANCE POLICY

(Relevant Excerpts from the Ordinance published by the Kurukshetra University)

Bachelor of Technology

5.0

(a) The candidate can be admitted to a semester examination if he has attended regularly the prescribed courses of study for the relevant semester in an Engineering Institution affiliated to Kurukshetra University and attended not less than 75% of total number of periods assigned to that subject. This requirement shall be fulfilled separately for each course of study. The attendance shall be counted upto 10 days before the commencement of examinations. The Director of the Institute is empowered to condone the shortage in attendance upto 10% of the periods assigned to the subject in genuine cases to his satisfaction.

Bachelor of Business Administration

7.1

The First/Second/Third/Fourth/Fifth/Sixth Semester examinations shall be open to a regular student who:

  • Has his/her Examination from submitted to the Examinations Branch through the Principal of the College concerned and produces the following certificates:
  1. Of having attended not less than 75% of the full course of lectures delivered in each paper in each Semester (the course to be counted up to the day before the commencement of the examination).

Provided that a candidate who has not attended the requisite percentage of lectures shall not be eligible to take the Semester Examination in the concerned paper unless he/she repeats the course in that paper(s) and obtains requisite attendance.

7.2

The Principal of the College shall have authority to condone deficiency upto 15% of the total number of lectures and of tutorials, held in each paper.

These shall also include loss of attendance due to participation in the cultural and sports assignments etc. Provided that a student who participates in the Inter-university Tournaments/Youth festivals may be allowed additional condonation on this ground upto 10% in each paper on a certificate from the Director, Physical Education and Sports or the Director, Youth and Cultural Affairs Department, as the case may be, subject to the condition that such a student shall not be allowed to appear in the examination if his/her attendance, after condonation on all counts, falls below 50%.


Master of Business Administration

6.1    The First/Second/Third/Fourth Semester Examination shall be open to a candidate who:

(b)           Has his/her Examination for submitted to the Examination Branch through the Chairperson of the Department concerned, and produces the following certificates;

(ii)     of having attended not less than 75% of the full course of lectures delivered in each paper, Seminars (Term Paper), case discussion, Field Trips etc. in each semester separately (the course to be counted up to the day before the commencement of the examination). Provided that a candidate who has not attended to the requisite percentage of lectures will be eligible to take examination in the remaining paper(s).

6.2    A deficiency upto 10% may be condoned by the Chairperson of the Department/Principal of the College concerned to his satisfaction.

The Chairperson/Principal may also give additional condonation of absence not exceeding 11 days in a semester and that for (iv) below it shall not exceed 2 days, on account of-

  • Participation in Inter-University, University or Inter-Collegiate Sports Tournaments/ Youth Festivals/ University Level Debates, National and International Tournaments, with the previous sanction of the Chairperson/Principal.
  • Attendance of the N.C.C. Campus or University Educational Excursions or other extra co-curricular activities, certified by the Chairperson/Principal.
  • Attendance at Mountaineering Course:
  • By N.C.C. students;
  • By students sent by the Youth and Cultural Affairs Department;
  • Voluntary donation of blood certified by a Government Doctor of Gazetted rank or University Medical Officer.
  • Participation in the seminars/extension lecutre(s) organized by the Department/College.

Master of Computer Applications

The candidate can be admitted to a semester examination if his name submitted to the controller of examinations by the chairperson, Department of Computer Science and Applications/Director of the college concerned and produce the following certificate signed by the chairperson, Department of Computer Science and Applications/Director of the recognized college:

  • of having remained on the rolls of the college for the semester preceding the examinations;
  • of having attended not less than 75% of the full course of lectures delivered in each paper, practical, seminar, case discussions, trip to computer centers and other organizations etc. (the course to be counted up to the day before the commencement of the examinations);
  • of having obtained pass marks in the sessional work of the paper(s) for which he is a candidate.

Provide that a candidate who has not attended the requisite percentage of lectures or has not obtained pass marks in the sessional work for any paper(s) will be eligible to take the examination in the remaining papers.

A deficiency in the attendance of a prescribed course (lectures or practicals, etc.,) may be condoned by the Chairperson, Department/ Director as under:

  • Lectures: Up to 10% of the lectures delivered in each paper;
  • Practicals: Up to 5% each paper;
  • Seminars, Case discussions: Up to 10% each.

These shall also include loss of attendances due to participation in Cultural and Sports Assignments, etc. Provided that students who participate in Inter-University Tournaments/ Youth Festivals shall be allowed additional condonation on this ground of upto 10% in each paper on a certificate from the Director, Physical Education and Sports or the Director, Youth and Cultural Affairs Department, as the case may be, subject to the condition that such a candidate shall not be allowed to appear in the examination if his attendance, after condonation on all counts, falls below 50%.

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