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BOARD OF STUDIES IN ARABIC. REGULATIONS FOR THE FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMME (FDP) UNDER THE CHOICE BASED CREDIT & SEMESTER SYSTEM (CBCS) IN THE AFFLIATED COLLEGES.

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1 BOARD OF STUDIES IN ARABIC

2 REGULATIONS FOR THE FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMME (FDP) UNDER THE CHOICE BASED CREDIT & SEMESTER SYSTEM (CBCS) IN THE AFFLIATED COLLEGES 2009 FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2010 -11

3 RESTRUCTURING UG EDUCATION The U G reforms through:- 1. SEMESTERISATION 2. CHOICE BASED CREDITS 3. CONTINUOUS EVALUATION 4. GRADING

4 SEMESTER A term consisting of a min. of 90 working days distributed over a min. of 18 weeks (5 months inclusive of exam. Days ie, 450 hours of instructions) Academic year is divided into two semesters Odd Semesters from June to October Even Semesters from December to April (1 month leave in November & May ) For a programme min. 6 semesters & not more than 12 continuous semesters

5 SEMESTER SYSTEM (1) More focused learning through manageable modules Comprehensive coverage of topics of study Greater depth of study Less demand of massive memory recall

6 SEMESTER SYSTEM (2) Evaluation within a short span of time Thorough assessment during each semester More productive learning environment Feedback for the appraisal of students level for improvement

7 Mechanism for effective grievance redressal Scope for new addition of emerging areas of learning Selection of multi-disciplinary courses Good platform for continuous assessment SEMESTER SYSTEM (3)

8 SEMESTER SYSTEM (4) Opportunity to select subject combinations Platform for choice based credits Freedom for redesigning curriculum at regular intervals Inclusion of self study components

9 SEMESTER SYSTEM (5) Cultivating skill development: critical thinking, creative ability and communicative competence Relevant need based education for employment Transformation in teaching and learning practices

10 CREDITS Systematic way of describing educational programme Credit is a quantum of instructional package Credits reflect the quantity of work each component requires to achieve specific objectives

11 COURSE - CREDIT SYSTEM Papers will be referred as Courses Course will be referred as Programme Not every course is treated equal Courses have weightages Weightages are credits

12 CREDIT UNITS Credit is measured in units A credit unit reflects the time spent for study during a semester Each credit hour is roughly equivalent to one hour of class time per week in a semester

13 DISTRIBUTION OF CREDITS (1) Credits spreads through different courses in a programme Students will be permitted to graduate by accumulating specified credits

14 DISTRIBUTION OF CREDITS (2) Students can select certain courses on their Choice Choice is based on their needs and interest and on the availability of courses in the institution

15 No. OF CREDITS IN FDP The three year under graduate programme in 6 Semesters consist with a minimum of 120 credits spreads through a minimum of 30 courses Each Course be designed through lectures/ tutorials/ laboratory or field work/ seminar/ practical training/ assignments/ extension activities

16 PROGRAMME STRUCTURE Language courses Foundation courses Complementary courses Core Courses Dissertation/ Project Open / Elective Courses

17 Programme structure

18 Designing Courses Establish Scope/ Aim & Objective/ Pre-requisites Code & Title Assign total Credit of the course / Contact hours Allot Number of Modules Assign Credit for each module / Contact hours Develop Modules Content (Course Content for the module) Suggest Text Books for each module Suggest Reference books Frame Model Question Papers Set the Evaluation Scheme

19 Course codes First two letters indicates the name of subject (AR/EN) First digit (1) to indicate First Degree Programme Second digit to indicate the semester (1/2/3/4/5/6) Third digit to indicate type of course : 1-Language Courses,2-Foundation Courses, 3-Complementary Courses, 4-Core Courses, 5 – open Courses Last digit to indicate the course number in the semester Extension Number (ie, digit after dot) indicate the programme category as1 for regular BA/B.Sc, 2 for Bcom and 3 for career related B.Sc / B.com For example EN 1111 ( FDP English, 1st semester, Language course, course number 1 in the semester) AR1211.3 (Career relatedFDP Arabic, 2nd semester Additional language course number 1in th Sem.)

20 CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES The student registering for Sports/ Arts/NCC/NSS / shall get Grace Grade

21 Social Service / Extension Activity Mandatory for all students Social Service / Extension Activities, not less than forty hours, during third and fourth semester

22 Audit Courses Courses for more than the stated number may be obtained through Audit Courses Audit Courses has zero credits

23 Dissertation / project Report in duplicate before sixth semester No continuous assessment External evaluation by two examiners It can be done either individually or by a group of not exceeding five students. How ever viva shall be conducted individually. Not more than fifteen students shall be assigned to a teacher for supervisory works

24 Faculty Advisor The teacher from the dept. which offer Major Course To advise students in academic matters Each student shall register for the courses in the prescribed registration form in consultation with the faculty Advisor within two weeks from the commencement of each semester

25 Monitoring of the Programme Monitoring by three levels: DLMC- HoD & all teachers of the dept. CLMC- principal & HoDs & elected representatives of teachers in the college council ULMC- PVC, Member Syndicate, Dean, CE, DCDC, Member Syndicate (Student), A member of Academic council

26 EVALUATION EVALUATION BY: CONTINUOUS EVALUATION ( CE ) and END SEMESTER EVALUATION ( ESE ) Ratio between CE & ESE be 1 : 3

27 EVALUATION:- GRADING The performance in a course / programme be assessed, represented in terms of grades Grades indicate the level of a students performance Direct grading with five point scale and certification by seven point scale Grade letters be A, B, C, D, E

28 MECHANICS OF DIRECT GRADING Assessment of quality on a five point scale for each questionAssessment of quality on a five point scale for each question Assigning weightage depending on the nature of the questionAssigning weightage depending on the nature of the question Calculation of weighted averageCalculation of weighted average Certification on a seven point scale Certification on a seven point scale

29 PROCESS OF DIRECT GRADING(1) Each answer is graded with lettersEach answer is graded with letters Weightage is then given based on the range of the questionWeightage is then given based on the range of the question Grades and weightages are assigned numerical valuesGrades and weightages are assigned numerical values The weighted grade points arrived by multiplying grade points by weightageThe weighted grade points arrived by multiplying grade points by weightage

30 PROCESS OF DIRECT GRADING (2 ) Grade Point Average (GPA) Sum of weighted grade points is divided by the sum of the weightage to arrive Grade Point Average (GPA) for the courseSum of weighted grade points is divided by the sum of the weightage to arrive Grade Point Average (GPA) for the course

31 PATTERN OF QUESTIONS Knowledge acquired Application of knowledge Application of knowledge in new situations Critical evaluation of knowledge Ability to synthesize knowledge

32 WEIGHTAGE TO QUESTIONS

33 LETTER GRADES AND GRADE POINTS LETTER GRADES GRADE POINTS A4 B3 C2 D1 E0

34 GRADES AND GRADE POINTS (5 point scale) Grade Grade Points Grade Range A4 3.5 to 4 B3 2.5 to 3.49 C2 1.5 to 2.49 D1 0.5 to 1.49 E0 < 0.5

35 ARITHMETIC OF GRADING: Objective type (Example) Type of questions Qn. Nos Grade awarded Grade points Weightage Weighted grade points Objec tive 1-4B313 5-8A414 9-12A414 13- 16 C212

36 ARITHMETIC OF GRADING: Short Questions (Example)

37 ARITHMETIC OF GRADING: Short Essay (Example) Type of questio n Qn. Nos Grade award ed Grad e point s Weighta ge Weighted grade points Short Essay 23B326 24E020 25B326 26A428

38 ARITHMETIC OF GRADING: Long Essay (Example) Type of question Qn. Nos Grade awarded Grade points Weightage Weighted grade points 27 B 3 4 12 28 A 4 4 16 Long Essay 29 D 1 4 4

39 CALCULATION OF WEIGHTED AVERAGE The weighted grade points of an answer = Grade Points × Weightage Type of Question Grade awarded Grade point Weightage Weighted grade points EssayA4416 Short essay B326 Short answer A414 Objective type A414

40 Calculation of Overall Grade of a model answer paper

41 Components of CE ComponentWeightage Attendance 1 Assignment 1 Seminar 1 Test paper 2 Total5

42 CALCULATING OVERALL GRADE OF A COURSE (Theory) Course Grade point Weight Weighted grade points ESE C 2.47 3 7.41 Course I (Theory) CE B 3.201 Total 4 10.61 Grade of a Course (theory) = Sum of theweighted Grade Points ÷ Sum of weightages = 10.61 = 2.65 = GradeB

43 Overall Grade (CGPA) of Core Courses COURSE CREDIT GRADE POINT WEIGHTE D POINT Course I 3 A 3.58 10.74 Course II 3 B 3 10.26 Course III 4 A 3.74 14.96 Course IV 4 A 3.82 15.28 Course V 4 D 1.1 4.4 Course VI 4 B 3.26 13.04 Course VII 4 A 3.55 14.20 Course VIII 4 B 3.22 12.88 Project 1 B 3.4 Course IX 4 A 3.65 14.60 Course X 4 B 3.1 12.4 Course XI 4 C 2.3 9.20 Course XII 4 A 3.99 15.94 Choice Based course 3 A 3.85 11.55 Total 50 162.85 Overall grade of core courses = 162.85/50 = 3.26 = Grade B+

44 SGPA CourseGradeGrade point Weight = Credit Weighted Grade Point Course 01A4416 Course 02B2.65410.60 Course 03A3.8415.20 Course 04C2.248.8 Course 05B3.226.4 Course 06B3.426.8 Total2063.80 SGPA63.80/ 20 = 3.19 = Grade B

45 CGPA

46 SEVEN POINT SCALE FOR CERTIFICATION GradeGrade range A+A+ 3.8 to 4 A3.5 to 3.79 B+B+ 3 to 3.49 B2.5 to 2.99 C+C+ 2to 2.49 C1.5 to 1.99 D.5 to 1.49

47 MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Minimum of D grade is required for both internal and external for all coursesMinimum of D grade is required for both internal and external for all courses C+ above is required for awarding degree certificateC+ above is required for awarding degree certificate

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