Rajarshi Shahu College of Education, Tathawade, Pune

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Final Evaluation

Final Evaluation

1. Assessment shall consist of Continuous Assessment (CA) and Year End Examination (YEE) with 20% and 80% weightage respectively for BED 101 to BED 107 and BED 201 to BED 205.

2. YEE for the remaining 80% marks will be conducted by SPPU for BED 101 to BED 107 and BED 201 to BED 205.

3. A student has to obtain 50% marks taken together of CA and YEE with a minimum of 50% in each of these separately.

4. A student will have to obtain a minimum aggregate of 50% marks in each course to be counted for the minimum number of credits required for the completion of the program.

5. If a student misses an internal assessment examination he/she will have a second chance with the endorsement of the Principal in consultation with the concerned teacher. Such a second chance shall not be the right of the student. If student is declared as "Pass" in a course (Grade other than F), then he/she cannot choose/reappear that course unless appearing under "CLASS/GRADE IMPROVEMENT" for YEE only. CA is not available for a course in which the student has been declared as "PASS".

6. If student is declared as "FAIL" (Grade F) in a course, then the student is allowed to choose such a course, with CA and YEE both, only in a year in which the course is conducted, irrespective of the previous score in CA.

7. Otherwise, the student may appear only for YEE in that course in any of the following/forthcoming year, provided that the student has scored at least 50% of the total 100% in CA.

8. 2 years B.Ed. Program – Up to 4 (four) years (i.e. if a student is registered/admitted for first year in 2015-16, then the student is allowed to register/reappear up to year 2018-19)

9. The student will be finally declared as failed if the minimum numbers of credits are not earned within a total period of Four years from the time of admission, after which, such a student will have to seek fresh admission as per the admission rules prevailing at that time. 10.

10. A student cannot register for second year, if she/he fails to complete 50% credits of the total credits expected to be ordinarily completed within One year.

11. While marks will be given for all examinations, they will be converted into grades. The yearend Grade sheets will be generated by using marks and grades and the final grade sheets and transcripts shall have grade points average and total percentage of marks (up to two decimal points). The final grade sheet will also indicate the name of College/ Teacher Education Institute to which the student is registered.

Assessment and Grade Point Average

1. The system of evaluation will be as follows: Each CA and YEE will be evaluated in terms of marks. The marks for CA and YEE will be added to convert into a grade and later a grade point average. There is no grade independently for CA or YEE.

2. Result of a student will be declared for each year after the YEE only.

3. The student will get a Grade Sheet with total grades earned and a Grade Point Average, after earning the minimum number of credits towards the completion of the B.Ed. program (subject to 9).

4. If the GPA is higher than the indicated upper limit in the three decimal digit, then higher final grade will be awarded (e.g. a student getting GPA of 7.492 may be awarded „A‟ grade). (Applicable for grades other than F)

5. There will be only final compilation and moderation at GPA (Final) level done at the University. While declaring the result, the existing relevant ordinances are applicable. There is also a provision for verification and revaluation, subject to the rules applicable at that time.

6. For grade improvement for two year program, student will have to reappear for YEE only in the courses comprising a minimum of 20 credits. These courses will be from the Parent College only in which the student has earned the credits. A student can opt for the Grade Improvement Program only after the declaration of earning minimum number of credits and completion of the B.Ed. Program (subject to B.Ed. Exam Rules 9) within the period of two years from the completion of program.

7. The formula for GPA will be based on Weighted Average. The final GPA will not be printed unless a student earns a minimum numbers of credits out of the total 80 credits.

8. The description for the grades is as follows:
O: Outstanding: Excellent analysis of the topic, (80% and above) Accurate knowledge of the primary material, wide range of reading, logical development of ideas, originality in approaching the subject, Neat and systematic organization of content, elegant and lucid style; A+:Excellent: Excellent analysis of the topic (70 to 79%) Accurate knowledge of the primary material, acquaintance with seminal publications, logical development of ideas, Neat and systematic organization of content, effective and clear expression.
A: Very Good: Good analysis and treatment of the topic (60 to 69%) Almost accurate knowledge of the primary material, acquaintance with seminal publications, logical development of ideas, Fair and systematic organization of content, effective and clear expression;
B+: Good: Good analysis and treatment of the topic (55 to 59%) Basic knowledge of the primary material, logical development of ideas, Neat and systematic organization of content, effective and clear expression;
B: Pass: Some important points covered (50 to 54%) Basic knowledge of the primary material, logical development of ideas, Neat and systematic organization of content, good language or expression.
F: Fail: None of the above (0 to 49%)

9. One credit is equivalent to 25 marks for evaluation purpose.

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