General Rules and Regulations
Eligibility for Appearing in the End-Semester Examinations
- For all Undergraduate degree courses, a student must maintain a minimum of 75% aggregate attendance in a semester whereas for all Postgraduate degree courses, minimum aggregate attendance requirement is 75% (85% for MBA). Attendance for Projects, Internships etc., Supervisor’s certificate / Company certificate is needed.
- For all Undergraduate degree courses, a student who has between 60% (65% for B.A.-LLB & B.COM-LLB) and 74% aggregate attendance and for all Postgraduate degree courses, a student who has an aggregate attendance between 60% and 74% (between 70% and 84% for MBA) in a semester will have to seek approval from the Dean of the concerned faculty / Vice-Chancellor on grounds of illness or involvement in extra-curricular activities approved by the University.
- In case of illness, leave application must reach the office of the Dean of Faculty within three days of the student's absence. A medical certificate is also to be submitted within 15 days of joining. Mere submission of leave application will not ensure condonation.
- In case of extra-curricular activities, a student must obtain prior written confirmation of his / her participation from the concerned authorities: Head of Department / Professor-in-Charge of University Societies / Sports Officer / Programme Coordinator of Social Work, which will be countersigned by the Dean of the concerned faculty. When calculating the attendance percentage of the students representing the University in extra-curricular activities in Inter-University competitions, due consideration will be given to the days when they so represented the University. Condonation in each case must be in explicit written form authorized by the Vice-Chancellor / Dean of Faculty
- A student who represents the University in various activities or participates in the activities of the University has to seek the prior approval from the Dean of the Faculty through the Professor-in-Charge of such programmes / activities.
- For a student, absence from the classes for the afore-mentioned reasons may be condoned up to 15% (10% for B.A.-LLB and B.COM-LLB) of the total classes delivered. However, in all such cases, lower limit for condonation will remain as 60% (65% for B.A.-LLB & B.COM-LLB and 70% for MBA).
- A student who is condoned will have to pay a condonation fee within the notified period.
- A student will be debarred from appearing for the Semester Examination if (i) he / she has less than the required attendance without condonation; (ii) if the student has not paid the semester fees by the notified last date. A student so debarred will not be eligible for promotion to the next semester. Such student will be required to repeat the Semester in the next academic year. [It will be applicable to the students admitted with effect from the Academic Year 2020-2021]. If, in the meantime, there has been a change in syllabus, the student will have to appear for the CIA and End Semester Examinations in the revised syllabus.
- A student who is not promoted to the next semester, is to seek re-enrolment in the appropriate semester of the next academic year. If the student does not re-enrol in the next appropriate semester, he/she will be required to inform the University in writing before the commencement of the appropriate semester, failing which, the University may strike off his/her roll number.
- A student with attendance below 40% in all the papers in a Semester taken together may be struck off the University Rolls or he / she may be allowed to repeat the Semester in the following academic year, subject to the discretion of the Vice Chancellor.
- The name of a student who is continuously absent for 15 working days without submitting any information to the University will be struck off the University Rolls.
- Attendance at Internship – If the internship is approved by the University, certificate from the competent authority of the respective organisation will be required.
Eligibility for Promotion
- A student must have required attendance as stated above in details.
- If the student does not fulfil the attendance requirement, as mentioned, he/she will be debarred from appearing for the End Semester Examinations.
- A student must pay the semester fee (including the examination fee) by the notified last date.
- Students will be required to submit the examination form for the arrear papers (if any) and also the examination fee for the arrear papers.
- Student who has any disciplinary charge against his / her name may not be permitted to appear for the End Semester Examinations.
- Fulfilling the above criteria, Online Admit Card will be issued to the students through student portal of Official Website of the University.
- All the students will be eligible for promotion subject to the fulfilment of the requirement of minimum attendance as stated earlier.
- A student must pass in at least 50% of all the papers/obtain 50% of total Credits in the Academic Year to be eligible for promotion in the successive academic year.
Guidelines Regarding Penalties for Breach of Discipline during University Examinations
- Each paper (excluding Foundation Course Paper): 40%
- Foundation Course Paper: 30%
Review of Answer Scripts
- In the Examination Hall the candidate shall be under the disciplinary control of the Invigilator, and he/she shall obey the instructions of Invigilator. No candidate shall use unfair-means or indulge in disorderly conduct or malpractice during, or in connection with the examinations.
- Any student in possession of mobile phone, cog sheets, etc., or engaged in blatant copying or passing Answer Script to his / her neighbour will face RA (Reported Against). In such a case, the Invigilator will instantly confiscate the unauthorized material(s) from the concerned student, and immediately report the same to the competent authorities for further necessary action.
Seeing of Answer Scripts
- Immediately after the publication of results, the students will be duly notified both on the University website (www.sxuk.edu.in), as well as on the University Notice Board about how to apply for ‘Review of Answer Scripts’.
- Review is offered for both Regular and Arrear Papers. No Review is offered for Supplementary Examination Papers, nor for Practical Papers, Project Papers, Assignments and Field Work.
- A candidate appearing at End Semester Examination may apply to the Controller of Examinations (COE) for Re-examination of his / her Answer Script(s) of an Examination. Such Application for review including payment of fees, will only be done in online mode using the University website (www.sxuk.edu.in) through student’s login.
- Such application for Re-examination (UG and PG) shall be restricted to a maximum half the number of Theoretical Papers of that Semester only.
- The Review marks will stand irrespective of whether the marks are more or less than the original marks.
- Candidates may apply for ‘Seeing of Answer Scripts’ (SAS) of one or more papers, but only after the entire Review process is over.
- The students will be duly notified both on the University website (www.sxuk.edu.in) as well as the University Notice Board about how to apply for SAS.
- No Review will be allowed after SAS, and there is no scope of alteration of marks at this stage.
- To apply for SAS, a candidate need not have earlier applied for Review. The main purpose of allowing a candidate to see his / her Answer Script is to enable him / her to obtain the feedback on his / her performance.
- The student will be duly notified regarding the date and time of SAS by the COE Office. The Dean / HOD / Subject Teacher will be present at the time of SAS. After the student has gone through his / her Answer Script, the Dean / HOD / Subject Teacher will give the necessary feedback to the COE in a prescribed Format.
- The student can not accompany any one during Seeing of Answer Script (SAS) inside the COE Office.
- Application for SAS including payment of the requisite fees will be an online process using the University website (www.sxuk.edu.in) through student’s login.
- An Arrear Paper is one in which a student fails to secure the minimum Qualifying Marks (50% for MBA and 40% for the other UG/PG Courses). Arrear Paper may arise either through failure or absence in Semesters 1 – 4 (in case of Law, 1 – 8) (UG) and Semesters 1 – 2 (PG) Examinations. Such Arrears will be indicated in the Semester Mark sheets.
- A student will be permitted to appear for an Arrear Paper in the next appropriate Semester.
- A Composite Paper has two components, Theory and Practical. A student has to pass in both, separately. However, he/she will have to appear in the next appropriate Semester for an Arrear Examination only for the part (Theory/Practical) in which he/she has failed or had been absent.
- Application to sit for Arrear Papers, including payment of the requisite fees, will be an online process using the University website (www.sxuk.edu.in) through student’s login.
A Supplementary Examinations will be held students of the –
- UG Course, who have Arrear Papers only from Semesters 5 – 6 (in case of Law, Semester 9 – 10), provided there are no Arrear Papers from Semesters 1 – 4 (in case of Law, Semester 1 – 8). The Supplementary Examinations will be held after the publication of Semester 6 (in case of Law, Semester 10) Results.
- PG Course, who have Arrear Papers only from Semesters 3 – 4, provided there are no Arrear Papers from Semesters 1 – 2. The Supplementary Examinations will be held after the publication of Semester 4 Results.
- Application to sit for Supplementary Papers, including payment of the requisite fees, will be an online process using the University website (www.sxuk.edu.in) through student’s login.