COE (college exam officer)
Dr. Kolgiri S. G.
M.E., PhD, (Mech. Design)
Regulations: Our S B Patil College of Engineering Indapur, Dist. Pune (Maharashtra), and an affiliated to S. P. P. Pune University, Pune has introduced the Choice based Credit System (CBCS) for the regulation 2015 for UG degree. The CBCS provides choice for students to select from the prescribed courses (Humanities and Social Sciences, Basic Sciences, Engineering Sciences, Professional Core, Professional Electives, Open Electives and Enhanced Employability Courses).
This regulation is applicable to the students admitted to B.E. Degree Programme in the Institution from the Academic year 2015 – 16 onwards.
- Admission to the examination is provisional.
- The Hall ticket is issued subject to the candidate satisfying the Attendance and other requirements as per the Regulations. If later, it is found that the candidate fails to comply with the above requirements, the examinations written by the candidate will be treated as cancelled.
- Candidate should produce the hall ticket on demand by the Invigilator / Senior Superintendent (SS) /SPPU Pune University Representative / Squad members.
- Candidate shall not write anything in the hall ticket.
- A seat marked with sheet number (PRN No.) will be provided to each candidate. Candidate will occupy the allotted seat at least 30 minutes before the commencement of the examination. In no case, candidate shall be allowed to occupy a seat other than the seat allotted to her.
- Normally the candidate will not be permitted to enter the hall after the commencement of the examination. Only on extraordinary circumstances, the candidates will be permitted during the first thirty minutes of the examination after obtaining the written permission from the Principal / SS. Under any circumstances the candidate shall not be permitted to enter the hall after the expiry of first 30 minutes.
- Candidate shall not be allowed to leave the examination hall before the expiry of 60 minutes from the commencement of examination. The candidate who leaves the examination hall during the period allotted for a paper will not be allowed to re-enter the hall within that period.
- Candidate who is suffering from infectious diseases of any kind shall not be admitted to the examination hall.
- Strict silence should be maintained in the examination hall.
- Candidate is required to bring her own pens, pencils and erasers. Candidate should use only blue or black ink while answering her papers.
- Before proceeding to answer the paper, the candidate should write her register number, semester, subject and date of the examination at the appropriate space provided in the first page of the answer book and nowhere else in the answer book or in any additional attachment like drawing sheet, smith chart etc.
- Candidate shall write only the Sheet number in the space provided in the question paper. Any other writing in the question paper is prohibited and punishable.
- If a candidate writes her register number on any part of the answer book / sheets other than the one provided for or puts any special mark or writes anything which may disclose, in any way, the identity of the candidate, she will render herself liable for disciplinary action.
- Writing of wrong exam sheet number in the answer book will entail rejection of the answer book.
- Candidate is not allowed to exceed the prescribed time assigned to each paper.
- Candidate shall not talk / ask questions of any kind during the examination.
- Candidate shall not carry any written / printed matter, any paper material, cellular phone, pen drive, tablet, programmable calculator, any unauthorized data sheet / table into the examination hall and if anything is found in her possession she shall be liable for disciplinary action.
- No candidate shall pass any part or whole of answer papers or question papers to any other candidate. No candidate shall allow another candidate to copy from her answer paper or copy from the answer paper of another candidate. If found committing such malpractice, the involved candidates shall be liable for disciplinary action.
- Candidate found guilty of using unfair means of any nature shall be liable for disciplinary action.
- Candidate will have to hand over the answer book to the invigilator before leaving the examination hall
Results : University Ordinances
- Ordinance 1($): Grace marks rule: If you have passed all subjects in the semester, but need few marks to reach second class or first class then you can get grace marks up to 1% of your total – not exceeding 10 marks. Here you are short of 3 marks to get your first class. So you can get a maximum of 4 marks, as that is 1% of your total score.
|Head of Passing||Grace Marks Up to|
- Ordinance 4 (#): 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 are restricted to maximum up to 10 marks only.
- Ordinance 2: Grace Marks for getting Higher Class: A candidate who passes in all the 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-l % of the aggregate marks of that examination or up to 10 marks, which-ever is less, shall be given the required marks to get the next higher class or grade as the case may be.
1) Student will get benefit of only one ordinance in a one term (Term=sem1+Sem2) 2) Ordinance is not applicable for partial mark sheet (ie subject of one sem only) It is applicable for full mark sheet ( ie both sem subjects)
Credit System (2015 pat)-ATKT Rule
- Credit System 1) A student can register for the third semester (SE), if he/she earns minimum 50% credits of the total of first and second semesters (FE).
- Credit System 2) A student can register for the fifth semester (TE), if he/she earns minimum 50% credits of the total of third and forth semesters (SE) and all the credits of first and second semester (FE).
- Credit System 3) A student can register for the seventh semester (BE), if he/she earns minimum 50% credits of the total of fifth and sixth semesters (TE) and all the credits of third and forth semester(SE).
- Credit System 4) A student will be awarded the bachelor’s degree if he/she earns 190 credits and clears all the audit courses specified in the syllabus
Credit System-Grade and point table
Marks & % System-ATKT Rule
- A student shall be allowed to keep term for S.E. course if he/she has a backlog of not more than 3 Heads of passing of the total number of Heads of passing in 3 Theory Examination and/or not more than 1 Heads of passing in practical examination at F.E.
- A student shall be allowed to keep term for the T.E. course if he/she has no backlog of F.E. and if he/she has a backlog of not more than 3 Heads of passing in Theory Examination and not more than 2 Heads of passing in practical examination and/or oral examination OR backlog of not more than 3 Heads of passing in practical and/or Oral and 2 Heads of passing in theory examination at S.E.
- Result of revaluation: Marks will change only if the difference in original and obtain marks after revaluation is more than 5% of maximum theory paper. For example
|Maxi. Marks Th.||Mini. Difference in marks
Required for change (5%)
Dr. S.G. Kolgiri – 9371309848