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Examination Details



ACADEMIC PROGRAMME – REGULATIONS
With effect from the Academic Year 2016 – 2017

Auxilium College, an autonomous institution, follows the Semester pattern with Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) of evaluation, requiring 3 years of study for an Undergraduate Degree Programme and 2 years of study for a Postgraduate Degree Programme. The duration of a semester is 90 days of instruction.

The CBCS offers internal assessment, inter-departmental academic collaboration and course credits. It offers freedom to the departments to design the course structure, to frame rules pertaining to academic programmes and also to introduce new study programmes. It aims at making the academic programme student-oriented, interdisciplinary, flexible and relevant to the times. Under this system, the students will have ample freedom to select the electives to suit their interest, aptitude and needs.

A curriculum is a programme of studies and/or activities (curricular, co-curricular and extra curricular). Arising from the basic needs and moving on to individual, social and cultural needs, the curriculum attempts to fulfill the ideal needs also, such as moral, intellectual, aesthetic and spiritual needs.

Credit System

The Autonomous status of the College offers a student the benefits of Choice Based Credit System. Every paper is allotted a certain number of credits. A student is awarded the specified credits on obtaining a pass in the respective paper.

The student has abundant opportunities during the course of study to obtain additional credits by doing Optional Certificate Courses offered by different Departments of the College. This facility will strengthen the academic potential of the student, as it provides flexibility in the choice of courses offered beyond the framework of the respective discipline of study. The introduction of the CBCS ensures compatibility with the academic norms practiced in other educational institutions of repute in India and abroad.

The structure of undergraduate programmes provides a wide range of choice for students to opt for courses based on their eligibility, aptitude and career goals. The undergraduate curriculum will include the following categories of courses in order to accomplish a holistic approach to undergraduate education.

Structure of Undergraduate Degree Course as per R.C. No. 2909/M1/08 dated 02.05.2008
Part I Foundation Course in Language Tamil/Hindi
Part II Foundation Course in English
Part III
  • Core Subjects
  • Allied Subjects
  • Project/ Electives
Part IV 1. (a) Basic level course in Tamil or
(b) Advanced level course in Tamil or
(c) Non-Major Electives
  1. Skill-Based Electives
  2. Environmental Studies
  3. Value Education
Part V Extension Activities
(i) Part I and Part II – Foundation Course in Language and English
  • Each B.A./B.Sc. Degree Course has two Foundation Courses – one in Tamil/Hindi and another in English, offered during the first four semesters.
  • B.Com./B.B.A/B.C.A. Degree Courses have two Foundation Courses – one in Tamil/Hindi and another in English offered during the first two semesters.
(ii) Part III – Core Subjects

Each Course has a set of Core subjects and Elective subjects spread over six Semesters. The prescribed syllabi of the Core subjects will help the student to acquire mastery over the fundamental concepts, in-depth knowledge of the respective discipline, and to get updated with the latest developments in the subject. This will help the student to have a vertical mobility to pursue higher studies.

(iii) Part III – Allied Subjects

The Allied subjects will be of two categories – Mandatory and Optional, offered during the first four semesters. A student will have a choice in the Optional Allied subjects, if offered by the respective Department. Allied courses complement the Major courses of Study.

(iv) Part III – Major Electives/Project

Each Department offers three papers, of which one may be a project. It will help the student to acquire knowledge in a specialised area of interest related to the core selected.

(v) Part IV – Courses in Tamil/ Non-Major Electives

Each Department offers one/two papers during the last two semesters.

(a) Basic Level Course in Tamil

It is mandatory for a student who has not studied Tamil up to Std. XII and has taken a non-Tamil language under Part I, to do two Basic level courses in Tamil (The level is of Std. VI)

(b) Advanced Level Course in Tamil

It is mandatory for a student who has studied Tamil up to Std. XII and has taken a non-Tamil language under Part I, to take two Advanced level courses in Tamil.

(c) Those who do not come under (a) or (b) above, will choose any two non-major electives offered by other departments.

Each Department will offer to the students of other disciplines, courses with a syllabus containing fundamental concepts of the respective subject. It will facilitate the student to acquire a basic knowledge of other disciplines and will enhance her competency for acquiring a suitable job.

The student is required to register her name for the subject she opts for, with the department concerned, by the date specified.

(vi) Part IV – Skill-based Electives

They are job-oriented, skill-based and need-based courses designed to develop skills in the student to enhance her competency for acquiring a suitable job.

Every Department will offer at least one skill-based course per semester. This provides a wide choice for the student to select the course of her choice. Each student should take six skill-based electives, one in each semester. Each student may take two general skills, two soft skills and two skills in the core subject of study.

The student is required to register her name for the subject she opts for, with the department concerned, by the date specified. The number of students per course will be 30. (30 to 35, if needed)

(vii) Part IV – Environmental Studies

This paper offered in the fourth Semester provides awareness to the student regarding the basic concepts of Environment and environment-related issues. It is intended to motivate the students to develop a positive attitude towards environmental concerns of the society. It is mandatory for every student to obtain a pass in this Paper as per the directives of the Supreme Court.

(viii) Part IV – Value Education

This paper offered every semester, is intended to build up the moral values in the student. It also offers inputs for personality development and social consciousness

(ix) Part V – Extension Activities

Extension Activities is a part of the Curriculum. A student should put in 90 hours of extension activity during the course of study. It includes service activities extended by a student through the Department or any service group of the College, to any marginalised community outside the College premises. It should be carried out after/before the regular working hours of the College, as the case may be. The Head of the Department/ the concerned staff-in-charge will certify for the work done by the student to earn the respective credits.

(x) Others (a) Certificate Course in Computers

A student should complete a basic Course in Computers. This is to make the student computer literate. The student may or may not attend the classes offered by the College for the said course, but should appear for the examination in the course conducted by the College (and should obtain a Pass to complete the Degree Course).

(b) Other Certificate Courses

These courses are not a part of the curriculum. They are job-oriented, skill-based and need-based courses designed to develop skills in the student to enhance her opportunities for acquiring a suitable job.

The student may or may not attend the classes offered by the College for the said courses, but should appear for the examination in those courses conducted by the College and should obtain a pass to receive additional credits.

The duration of the Certificate Courses will be 60 hours.

Medium of Instruction and Examination

The medium of instruction and examination will be English.

Distribution of Hours : (a) Undergraduates: B.A – 15 Weeks/Semester
Part Subject Hours/Week Total Credits
Sem I Sem II Sem III Sem IV Sem V Sem VI
I Language: Tamil/Hindi 6 6 5 6 - - 12
II Part II: English 6 6 6 5 - - 12
III Core 10 10 6 9 19 19 60
Allied 5 5 5 5 - - 20
Project/Major Elective - - 5 - 5 5 15
IV Non-Major Electives - - - - 3 3 4
Skill-Based Electives 2 2 2 2 2 2 12
Environmental Studies - - - 2 - - 2
Value Education 1 1 1 1 1 1 2
V Extension Activities 1
Total 30 30 30 30 30 30 140 Credits
(b) Undergraduates: B.Sc. – 15 Weeks/Semester
Part Subject Hours/Week Total Credits
Sem I Sem II Sem III Sem IV Sem V Sem VI
I Language: Tamil/Hindi 6 6 5 6 - - 12
II English 6 6 6 5 - - 12
III Core 9 9 10 8 19 14 60
Allied 6 6 6 6 - - 20
Project/Major Elective - - - - 5 10 15
IV Non-Major Electives - - - - 3 3 4
Skill-Based Electives 2 2 2 2 2 2 12
Environmental Studies - - - 2 - - 2
Value Education 1 1 1 1 1 1 2
V Extension Activities 1
Total 30 30 30 30 30 30 140 Credits
(c) Undergraduates: B.Com./B.B.A./B.C.A. – 15 Weeks/Semester
Part Subject Hours/Week Total Credits
Sem I Sem II Sem III Sem IV Sem V Sem VI
I Language: Tamil/Hindi 6 6 - - - - 6
II English 6 6 - - - - 6
III Core 10 10 17 20 19 19 72
Allied 5 5 5 5 - - 20
Project/Major Elective - - 5 - 5 5 15
IV Non-Major Electives - - - - 3 3 4
Skill-Based Electives 2 2 2 2 2 2 12
Environmental Studies - - - 2 - - 2
Value Education 1 1 1 1 1 1 2
V Extension Activities 1
Total 30 30 30 30 30 30 140 Credits
Requirements of Attendance
  • The minimum requirement of attendance for a candidate is 75% per semester, to enable her to appear for the Semester Examinations.
  • If the attendance of a candidate is between 65 – 75%, due to any of the following reasons, the candidate is eligible to appear for the current Semester Examinations only after obtaining condonation from the Principal, by payment of the prescribed Condonation Fee:

    1. Prolonged illness
    2. Major surgery
    3. Accident, which requires a long period of rest

The reason for the long period of absence should be informed to the Principal and the sanction obtained, within a week from the commencement of absence.

If the attendance of a candidate is between 50% – 65% in a semester, she is not eligible to appear for the current Semester Examinations. But she is permitted to appear for the arrear subjects, if any. She is also permitted to move to the next Semester

If the attendance of a candidate is below 50%, she is not eligible to continue her studies but can complete the Programme by re-joining the same Semester in the following academic year, if vacancy is available. She should obtain the approval from the University through the concerned Head of the Department and the Principal.

TESTING, ASSESSING AND VALUATION
Each Undergraduate Programme consists of six Semesters. There are two components in the Valuation and Assessment of a student – Internal Assessment (CA) and Semester Examinations (SE). (For the Batch of Students Admitted from 2015-2016 – UG and PG) Continuous Assessment (CA):
  • The maximum marks for CA is 40 and SE is 60, both for theory and practical papers.
  • Each CA written examination is of two hours duration for 50 marks. The tests will be conducted centrally. The average of two such CA is calculated for 35 marks.
  • Other Innovative Components will be for 5 Marks. The innovative component is for 5 marks, conducted during the class hours by the Staff member in charge of the subject, in the form of assignments/ quiz/ seminars /presentations/Online/Open Book/Viva Voce/ Group work/ Mini Project/ Exhibition, etc. The topic and time for submission/ presentation will be announced by the staff member in charge of the subject in advance. Each student should explain and defend her presentation.
  • For SBE courses: 2 CA examinations of one hour each for 25 Marks converted to 40 Marks. Semester Examinations of 2 hours duration for 60 Marks
  • For Environmental Studies: One CA of one hour for 25 Marks, Project for 25 Marks, converted to 40 Marks. Semester Examinations of 2 hours duration for 60 Marks
  • The semester examination will be of 3 hours with maximum 100 marks which will be converted to 60.
  • Syllabus of not less than two units shall be included for each CA.
  • A retest for CA will be conducted for a student only under the following extra-ordinary circumstances on prior written permission obtained through the concerned staff member.

1. When a student is absent due to NSS/NCC/Sports camps

2. On medical grounds (like prolonged illness, major surgery or accidents which require a long period of rest). She should submit a leave letter accompanied by a Medical Certificate from a Registered Medical Practitioner within a week from the date of commencement of absence.

  • There is no passing minimum for CA.
  • There is no provision for improvement in CA.
Semester Examinations (SE)
  • A student should register herself to appear for the Semester Examinations by payment of the prescribed fee.
  • The Semester Examinations will be in the form of a comprehensive examination covering the entire syllabus in each subject. It will be of 3 hours duration, irrespective of the number of credits allotted to it.
  • If a candidate fails to obtain Pass marks even after the third attempt due to less marks in the CA examination, the marks of the next examination will be converted to be out of 100.
  • The maximum marks for each Paper shall be 100.
Valuation of Answer Scripts
  • There shall be single valuation for Undergraduate, Postgraduate as well as M.Phil. Courses. The Panel of Examiners will consist of internal and external examiners.
  • The valuation will be centralised.
  • A student has a maximum period of five years from the Date of Admission to clear all the subjects prescribed for the Programme at the time of her admission. After the fifth year, to complete the programme, the student has to appear for an examination in the same/equivalent paper offered under the revised syllabus structure.
  • Fraction of final marks in CA and SE shall be rounded off to the nearest integer.
Revaluation
  • A student can apply for the photocopy of answer scripts, if needed, on payment of the prescribed fee.
  • A student can apply for revaluation of any paper, on payment of the prescribed fee within the specified date. Receipt of the photocopy of the answer script is a pre-requisite for revaluation.
  Supplementary Examination

After the declaration of the results of the final semester, a student who has only one paper in any semester can apply by the specified date, for Supplementary Examination, either for reappearance or for improvement. This facility is available only for those students who have not obtained a pass due to one paper. The examination will be conducted and results published within a month of the first publication of the result.

Improvement :

The facility to improve one’s performance in any paper(s) is offered to all the students. A student, who wishes to improve her performance in any paper(s), may apply for the examination in the same, if the examination is conducted in that paper(s) during that particular semester/ Supplementary Examination. This provision is available till the Supplementary Examination after the final semester examination.

Note :

A student can report any grievance regarding CA or SE, to the Controller of Examinations, who in turn, will present the same to the Examination Committee, chaired by the Principal.

CA and SE for Laboratory and Practical Work
CA SE
Components Marks Components Marks
Performance during regular practicals 10 Record 10
Regularity and submission of Observation Notebook and Record 5 Practical Examination 45
Practical Examination 25 Viva 5
Total 40 Total 60
Passing Minimum :

A candidate shall be declared to have passed in a subject if she secures

For Undergraduate Programme For Postgraduate Programme
40% and above in the SE. If a candidate fails in any paper, she shall be required to appear only for the SE in the respective paper. 50% and above in the SE. If a candidate fails in any paper, she shall be required to appear only for the SE in the respective paper.
Classification of Successful Candidates : Conversion of Marks to Grade Points and Letter Grade :
Range of Marks Grade Points Letter Grade Description
90 – 100 9.0 – 9.5 O Outstanding
80 – 89 8.0 – 8.9 D Excellent
75 – 79 7.5 – 7.9 D Distinction
70 – 74 7.0 – 7.4 A Very Good
60 – 69 6.0 – 6.9 A Good
50 – 59 5.0 – 5.9 B Average
40 – 49 # 4.0 – 4.9 C Satisfactory
00 – 39 0.0 U Re-appear
ABSENT 0.0 AA ABSENT
Calculation of Grade Point Average

Based on the grades obtained by a candidate, the Grade Point Average (GPA) is calculated as follows:

Grade Point Average (GPA) ,

f1  

i.e., GPA = Sum of the multiplication of Grade Points by the credits of the courses

Sum of the credits of the courses in a Semester

Where Ci = Credits earned for course in any semester

Gi = Grade Point obtained for course in any semester

For the Entire Programme :

Based on the grades obtained by a candidate for the entire programme, the Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) is calculated as follows :

Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA),

f2  

i.e., CGPA = Sum of the multiplication of Grade Points by the credits of the entire programme

Sum of the credits of the courses of the entire programme

Where Ci = Credits earned for course in any semester

Gnj = Grade Point obtained for course in any semester

n refers to the Semester in which such courses were credited.

The final classification is based on the following Grade Conversion Table:

CGPA GRADE CLASSIFICATION OF FINAL RESULT
9.5 – 10.0 O First Class with Exemplary*
9.0 and above but below 9.5 O
8.5 and above but below 9.0 D First Class with Distinction*
8.0 and above but below 8.5 D
7.5 and above but below 8.0 D
7.0 and above but below 7.5 A First Class
6.5 and above but below 7.0 A
6.0 and above but below 6.5 A
5.5 and above but below 6.0 B Second Class
5.0 and above but below 5.5 B
4.5 and above but below 5.0 C # Third Class
4.0 and above but below 4.5 C # Third Class
0.0 and above but below 4.0 U Re-appear

* The candidates who have passed in the first appearance and within the prescribed semester of the U.G. programme (Major, allied and elective courses alone) are eligible.

# Only applicable to U.G. Programme

Ranking of Successful Candidates

Ranking will be based on CGPA. Candidates who passed in all the examinations prescribed for the Programme in the very first appearance only are eligible for ranking.

Important Note : Structure of Postgraduate Degree Courses as per R.C. No. 2909/M1/08 dated 02.05.2008
  • Core Subjects
  • Major Electives
  • Human Rights

(i) Core Subjects Each Programme has a set of Core subjects spread over four Semesters. The syllabi of the Core subjects will help the student to acquire an in-depth knowledge in the subject and to stay abreast with the recent developments in the respective discipline. This Programme includes Project work.

(ii) Major Electives

Each department offers a course in Major electives which consists of three/four papers spread over the course of study.

(iii) Human Rights Education

A course in Human Rights Education is offered in the II Semester. It is mandatory for every student to obtain a pass in this Paper.

(iv) Teaching and Research Aptitude

A course in Teaching and Research Aptitude is offered in the III Semester. It is aimed to assess the teaching and research capabilities of the students. Common classes will be held outside the normal working hours.

Medium of Instruction and Examination

The medium of instruction and examination will be English.

Distribution of Hours : Postgraduates: 15 Weeks/Semester
Subject Hours/Week Total Credits
Sem I Sem II Sem III Sem IV
Core (Including Practical and Project) 25 23 25 25 65
Major Electives 5 5 5 5 20
Human Rights - 2 - - 2
Teaching and Research Aptitude - - - - 3
Total 30 30 30 30 90 Credits
Branches of Study Offered
Degree Branch Code Category
M.A. English EN Unaided
M.Sc. Mathematics MA Unaided
Chemistry CH Unaided
Zoology ZO Unaided
Physics PH Unaided
Computer Science CS Unaided
Electronic Media EM Unaided
M.Com. Commerce CO Unaided
MBA Business Administration BA Unaided
MSW Social Work SW Unaided
Requirements of Attendance
  • The minimum requirement of attendance for a candidate is 75% per semester, to enable her to appear for the Semester Examinations.
  • If the attendance of a candidate is between 65 – 75%, due to any of the following reasons, the candidate is eligible to appear for the current Semester Examinations only after obtaining condonation from the Principal, by payment of the prescribed Condonation Fee:

1. Prolonged illness

2. Major surgery

3. Accident, which requires a long period of rest

The reason for the long period of absence should be informed to the Principal and the sanction obtained, within a week from the commencement of absence.

f the attendance of a candidate is between 50% – 65% in a semester, she is not eligible to appear for the current Semester Examinations. But she is permitted to appear for the arrear subjects, if any. She is also permitted to move to the next Semester.

If the attendance of a candidate is below 50%, she is not eligible to continue her studies but can complete the Programme by re-joining the same Semester in the following academic year, if vacancy is available. She should obtain the approval from the University through the concerned Head of the Department and the Principal.

TESTING, ASSESSING AND VALUATION

There are two components in the Valuation and Assessment of a student – Internal and External. These are implemented through

 
  • Continuous Assessment (CA) during the Semester for 40 marks. It consists of two written tests and an innovative component.
  • Semester Examination (SE) at the end of the Semester for 100 marks which will be converted to 60.

The maximum marks for each Paper shall be 100.

Each Postgraduate Programmee consists of four Semesters.

Continuous Assessment (CA) :
  • The Continuous Assessment of each student will be done by the respective Departments.
  • Each written test is of two hours duration for 50 marks. The tests will be conducted centrally. The average of two such CA is calculated for 35 marks.
  • The innovative component is for 5 marks, conducted during the class hours by the Staff member in charge of the subject, in the form of assignments/ quiz/ seminars /presentations/Online/Open Book/Viva Voce/ Group work/ Mini Project/Exhibition, etc. The topic and time for submission/ presentation will be announced by the staff member in charge of the subject in advance. Each student should explain and defend her presentation.
  • Syllabus of not less than two units shall be included for each CA.
      A retest for CA will be conducted for a student only under the following extra-ordinary circumstances on prior written permission obtained through the concerned staff member.

1. When a student is absent due to NSS/NCC/Sports camps

2. On medical grounds (like prolonged illness, major surgery or accidents which require a long period of rest). She should submit a leave letter accompanied by a Medical Certificate from a Registered Medical Practitioner within a week from the date of commencement of absence.

  • There is no passing minimum for CA.
  • There is no provision for improvement in CA.
Semester Examinations (SE)
  • A student should register herself to appear for the Semester Examinations by payment of the prescribed fee.
  • The Semester Examinations will be in the form of a comprehensive examination covering the entire syllabus in each subject. It will be of 3 hours duration, irrespective of the number of credits allotted to it.
Valuation of Answer Scripts
  • There shall be single valuation for Postgraduate Courses. The Panel of Examiners will consist of internal and external examiners.
  • The valuation will be centralised.
  • A student has a maximum period of five years from the Date of Admission to clear all the subjects prescribed for the Programme at the time of her admission. After the fifth year, to complete the programme, the student has to appear for an examination in the same/equivalent paper offered under the revised syllabus structure.
  • Fraction of final marks in CA and SE shall be rounded off to the nearest integer.
Revaluation
  • A student can apply for the photocopy of answer scripts, if needed, on payment of the prescribed fee.
  • A student can apply for revaluation of any paper, on payment of the prescribed fee within the specified date. Receipt of the photocopy of the answer script is a pre-requisite for revaluation.
Supplementary Examination

After the declaration of the results of the final semester, a student who has only one paper in any semester can apply by the specified date, for Supplementary Examination, either for reappearance or for improvement. This facility is available only for those students who have not obtained a pass due to one paper. The examination will be conducted and results published within a month of the first publication of the result.

Improvement :

The facility to improve one’s performance in any paper(s) is offered to all the students. A student who wishes to improve her performance in any paper(s), may apply for the examination in the same, if the examination is conducted in that paper(s) during that particular semester/ Supplementary Examination. This provision is available till the Supplementary Examination after the final semester examination.

Note:

A student can report any grievance regarding CA or SE, to the Controller of Examinations, who in turn, will present the same to the Examination Committee, chaired by the Principal.

CA and SE for Laboratory and Practical Work
CA SE
Components Marks Components Marks
Performance during regular practicals 10 Record 10
Regularity and submission of Observation Notebook and Record 5 Practical Examination 45
Practical Examination 25 Viva 5
Total 40 Total 60
Passing Minimum :

A candidate shall be declared to have passed in a subject if she secures 50% and above in the SE. If a candidate fails in any paper, she shall be required to appear only for the SE in the respective paper.


Classification of Successful Candidates :

Conversion of Marks to Grade Points and Letter Grade :

Range of Marks Grade Points Letter Grade Description
90 – 100 9.0 – 9.5 O Outstanding
80 – 89 8.0 – 8.9 D Excellent
75 – 79 7.5 – 7.9 D Distinction
70 – 74 7.0 – 7.4 A Very Good
60 – 69 6.0 – 6.9 A Good
50 – 59 5.0 – 5.9 B Average
00 – 49 0.0 U Re-appear
ABSENT 0.0 AA ABSENT
Calculation of Grade Point Average

Based on the grades obtained by a candidate, the Grade Point Average (GPA) is calculated as follows :

Grade Point Average (GPA),

f1

i.e., GPA = Sum of the multiplication of Grade Points by the credits of the courses

Sum of the credits of the courses in a Semester

Where Ci = Credits earned for course in any semester

Gi = Grade Point obtained for course in any semester

For the Entire Programme :

Based on the grades obtained by a candidate for the entire programme, the Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) is calculated as follows:

Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA),

f2

i.e., CGPA = Sum of the multiplication of Grade Points by the credits of the entire programme

Sum of the credits of the courses of the entire programme

Where Ci = Credits earned for course in any semester

Gnj = Grade Point obtained for course in any semester

n refers to the Semester in which such courses were credited.

The final classification is based on the following Grade Conversion Table:

CGPA GRADE CLASSIFICATION OF FINAL RESULT
9.5 – 10.0 O First Class with Exemplary*
9.0 and above but below 9.5 O
8.5 and above but below 9.0 D First Class with Distinction*
8.0 and above but below 8.5 D
7.5 and above but below 8.0 D
7.0 and above but below 7.5 A First Class
6.5 and above but below 7.0 A
6.0 and above but below 6.5 A
5.5 and above but below 6.0 B Second Class
5.0 and above but below 5.5 B
0.0 and above but below 5.0 U Re-appear

* The candidates who have passed in the first appearance and within the prescribed semester of the P.G. programme only are eligible.

Ranking of Successful Candidates

Ranking will be based on CGPA. Candidates who passed in all the examinations prescribed for the Programme in the very first appearance only are eligible for ranking.

(For the Batch of Students Admitted in 2014-2015)

The CA Marks of 25 will be calculated as follows:

  • Two CA of 2 hrs for 50 marks converted to 20 marks.
  • Other innovative components – 5 marks.
  • The semester examination will be of 3 hours with maximum 100 marks which will be converted to 75 marks.
EXAMINATION REFORMS
  1. The maximum marks for CA is 40 and semester is 60, both for theory and practical papers.
  2. Each written test is of two hours duration for 50 marks. The tests will be conducted centrally. The average of two such CA is calculated for 35 marks.
  3. Other Innovative Components – 5 marks.
  4. For SBE courses – 2 CA tests of one hour each for 25 Marks converted to 40 marks. Semester Examinations is of 2 hours duration for 60 marks
  5. For Environmental Studies – One CA of one hour for 25 marks, Project for 25 marks, converted to 40 marks. Semester Examinations of 2 hours duration – 60 marks
  6. The semester examination will be of 3 hours with maximum 100 marks which will be converted to 60 marks.
  7. The PG students have a common paper based on SET Paper I during the III Semester which has 3 credits. The classes will be on Saturdays handled by separate staff.
  8. As suggested by the Autonomy Review Committee Report, all M.Phil. Courses will have a common paper on Disaster Management with 2 credits.
    For M.Phil. Courses the Components of CA and the distribution of marks shall be as follows There shall be two CA examinations of 2 hours for 50 marks which will be converted to 25 marks.
    There shall be one problem solving session (or) published paper presentation in the proceedings of State/National Conferences, which carries 5 marks. If a student has published at least one paper in the proceedings of State/National Conferences 5 marks shall be given to papers I, II and III.
    The third component of CA is seminar, which carries 10 marks.
    The semester examination will be of 3 hours with maximum 100 marks which will be converted to 60 marks.
  9. The Head of each department report to the Principal every month and review the performance of the students and the department activities.
  10. Each student should spend at least 20 hours in every semester in the College Library (Main or Department library). A card system will be followed for monitoring.

Scholarships



SCHOLARSHIPS GIVEN BY STATE GOVERNMENT
Nature of Scholarship No. of Student SanctionAmount Disbursed Undisbursed
B.C Igraduate scholarship 199 140839 135411 5428
B.C.State scholarship 75 47729 41666 6063
M.B.C scholarship 134 106907 100735 6172
ADBC STATE Scholarship 119 213448 209872 3576
ADBC State Scholarship(E.College) 38 83620 74790 8830
Former Scholarship 79 194500 189750 4750
Former Scholarship (E.College) 40 110500 106750 3750
Beedi Scholarship 13 39000 39000 -
SCHOLARSHIPS GIVEN BY THE INSTITUTION
S. No. Name of the Scholarship Endowment Amount (Rs.)
1 The Banumathy Chemistry Prize 501
2 The Professor T.S. Abiraman Memorial Prize 500
3 The Professor S.Bhuvaneswari Memorial Prize 500
4 The Mother Helen Scholarship 5000
5 The Kanagasabai Tamil Kavithai Prize 1000
6 Dr. A. Chidambaranathan Prize 1000
7 The Auxilians Scholarship 1501
8 The Shri D.Ganesh Rao Memorial Scholarship 5000
9 The Leema Josephine Memorial Scholarship 1000
10 The D.Victor Lazarus Memorial Scholarship 500
11 The Regina Memorial Scholarship 2500
12 The Laura Vicuna Scholarship 1500
13 The Student’s Merit Scholarship 1000
14 The St. Joseph’s Scholarship 1000
15 The St. Agnes Scholarship 1000
16 St. Cecilia’s Prize 10000
17 The Sr. Eusebia’s Scholarship 1750
18 The Mother Rosella Marchese Memorial Scholarship 1000
19 The Sr. Antoinette Aloysius Scholarship 4000
20 The Mary Thomas Memorial Scholarship 10000
21 The Shri. G. Sathasiva Chettiyar Memorial Scholarship 1000
22 The Sr. Ethelvina Merit Scholarship 10001
23 The Mathematics Scholarship 3000
24 Laura Vicuna Sports Scholarship 1000
25 Dominic Savio Sports Scholarship 1000
26 Don Bosco Death Centenary Memorial Scholarship 1000
27 The Mother Georgina Scholarship 1000
28 The D.B. 88 Memorial Scholarship 1000
29 The Mathematics Scholarship 3000
30 Sebastian Memorial Chemistry Scholarship 25000
31 The Nehru Centenary Memorial Scholarship 1250
32 The Jeeva Krishna Pankajam Scholarship 3000
33 The Blessed Alphonsa Scholarship 10000
34 The Mother Marinella Castagno Scholarship 1000
35 The Chugi Bai Memorial Scholarship 1000
36 The Sr. Prescilla Fernando Scholarship 1250
37 The Celine D Souza Scholarship 42000
38 Bala Shyamala Scholarship 3500
39 Yedanapalli Scholarship 3000
40 Cell Biology and Genetics Scholarship 3100
41 G.U.C. Canteen Vellore Scholarship 5000
42 CMJ Jubilee Scholarship 3600
43 Sangeetha Scholarship 10000
44 Haridas Scholarship 5000
45 Rajeswari and G.Viswanathan Scholarship 10000
46 The Sathyabama Merit Scholarship 5000
47 Joe Ravinathan Scholarship 5000
48 Rita Aruldass Scholarship 10000
49 The Isabella Joseph Scholarship 22000
50 The Venkatapathy Memorial Scholarship 10000
51 The Latha Arunachalam Endowment Scholarship 5000
52 The MDS Merit Scholarship 3000
53 Thomas George Cheriakunnel Merit Scholarship 10000
54 Golden Jubilee Endowment Award for Academic Excellence 300000
55 Auxichem Golden Jubilee Merit Scholarship 10000
56 Auxichem Golden Jubilee Merit Scholarship 10000
57 Auxichem Golden Jubilee Merit Scholarship 10000
58 Mrs. Kulandai Theresa Gabriel Scholarship 20000
59 Ayyakannu Gounder Scholarship 5000
60 Golden Jubilee Scholarship 10000
61 Golden Jubilee Scholarship 10000
62 St. Joseph’s Merit Scholarship 10000
63 Little Flower Merit Scholarship 10000
64 Auxichem Golden Jubilee Merit Scholarship 10000
65 Auxichem Golden Jubilee Merit Scholarship 10000
66 Auxichem Golden Jubilee Merit Scholarship 10000
67 Auxichem Golden Jubilee Merit Scholarship 10000
68 Auxichem Golden Jubilee Merit Scholarship 10000
69 Auxichem Golden Jubilee Merit Scholarship 10000
70 Auxichem Golden Jubilee Merit Scholarship 10000
71 K.V. Sambasiva Rao Memorial Scholarship 6000
72 Gowri Shanmugam Scholarship 5001
73 ACK-50 cum Saraswathi Ammal Memorial Scholarship 10000
74 Mahalakshmi Venkatapathy Reddy Memorial Scholarship 10000
75 Sr. Annie Endowment Scholarship 15000
76 Auxichem Golden Jubilee Award 10000
77 Auxichem Golden Jubilee Scholarship for the deserving I and II year students 75000
78 DIGIVISION Endowment Scholarship 20000
79 The Hindi Scholarship 5000
80 Providence Scholarship 20000
81 Srimathi Rajam (S.R.) Endowment Award 10000
82 Past Pupils Scholarship 6500
83 Sr. Josephine Rani Endowment Scholarship 5000
84 Sr. Alphonsa Mary Merit Scholarship 10000
85 Sr. Alphonsa Mary Merit Scholarship 20000
86 Sr. Mary George Prize 30000
87 P.J. Thomas Memorial Scholarship 10000
88 Pulimparambil Thresiamma Thomas Memorial Scholarship 10000
89 The Prof. A. Maria Gabriel Scholarship 18000
90 Mrs. Meera Ganesh Endowment Award 100000
91 Barbara Award 5000
92 Sr. Alphonsa Yetukuri Award 63700
93 Einstein Scholarship 4000
94 P.P. Narayanan Scholarship 10000
95 The Rachelamma Rayappa Yettukuri Endowment Scholarship 250000
96 The Joyamma Jachariah Putti Endowment Scholarship 100000
 

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AUXILIUM COLLEGE

AUXILIUM COLLEGE,
Gandhi Nagar,
Vellore - 632 006, Tamilnadu,
South India.

Off: 0416 - 22 41 774

Fax: 91 - 0416 - 22 47 281

Email: coe@auxiliumcollege.edu.in
office@auxiliumcollege.edu.in

Res: 91 - 0416 - 22 41 994

Vision

The vision of the college is the education of young women especially the poorest to become empowered and efficient leaders of integrity for the society.

Mission

To impart higher education to the economically weak, socially backward and needy students of Vellore and neighbouring districts.

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