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University Attendance Rules for appearing University examinations

 
  • It is the duty of every student to attend the College regularly and punctually.

  • Students monthly attendance position will be put up in the Department Notice Board during the 1st week of the following month.

  • Students will be permitted to appear for the University Examinations, only if they have earned required attendance and progress, as certified by the Principal.

  • Details of working day and attendance Rules prescribed by the University are furnished below for information and strict adherence, for more details visit    www.thiruvalluvaruniversity.ac.in

 

Total Number of Working Days

  • Each affiliated College shall work for a minimum period of 90 days or 450 instructional hours for a semester.

 

Attendance Requirement

      a) A candidate shall be permitted to appear for the university exminations for
          any semester  (theory as well as practical) if

  1. He / She secured not less than 75% of Attendance in theory as well as in pracricals(Separate attendance registers shall be maintained for theory and practicals) in the number of working days during the semester.

  2. In the case of married woman candidates the minimum attendance requirement shall be not less than 55% of the total instructional days in theory as wellass in practicals.

  3. He / She earns a progress certificate from the Head of the institution, of having satisfactorily completed the course of study prescribed in the scheme of examinations for that semester as required by these regulations.

  4. His / Her conduct shall be satisfactory.

  5. Provided that it shall be open ro the Syndicate, or any authority delegated with such powers by the Syndicate, to grant excemption to a candidate who has failed to earn 75% of the attendance in theory as well as in practicals prescribed, for valid reasons, subject to usual conditions.

  6. A candidate who has secured less than 75% but 65% and above in any semester separately for theory and practicals, shall be permitted to take  the examination on the recommendations of the Head of the Institution to condone the lack of attendance on the payment of prescribed fees to the university, separately for theory and practicals.

  7. A candidate who has secured less than 65% but 55% and above attendance in any semester in theory as well as in practicals, has to compensate the shortage in attendance in the subsequent semester ( in the next year) besides earning the required percentage of attendance in the semester and appear for both semester papers together at the end of the later semester,on the payment of prescribed fees to the University, separately for theory and praticals. However, shortage of attendance in I-semester shall be compensated while studying in III semester, shortage of attendance in II-semester shall be compensated while studying IV semester, shortage of attendance in III-semester shall be compensated while  studying V semester, shortage of attendance in IV-semester shall be compensated while studying VI semester, shortage of attendance in V & VI-semeter shall be compensated after rejoining the course in the 4th year. Also, separate attendance registers shall be maintained in theory as well as practicals, for compensating the shortage of  attendance. During the hours of compensation of attendance, the candidate shall not be given attendance for the regular semester classes.

  8. A candidate who has secured ess than 55% of attendance in any semester separately for theory and practicals, shall not be permitted to appear for the regular examinations in that particular semester or in subsequent semesters. He/she has to rejoin/re-do the semester in which the attendance is less that 55%, on the payment of prescribed fees to the University separately for theory and practicals, after getting prior approval of the University.

  9. A candidate who has secured less than 65% of attendance in the final semester separately for theory and practicals, has to compensate his/her attendance shortage in a manner as decided by the concerned Head of the department, after getting prior approval of the University. The candidate shall be permitted to rejoin in the 6th semester, after completing his/her regular 3 year course.

  10. All candidates admitted in first year, should get registered for the first semester examination, compulsorily. If registration is not possible owing to any reason including shortage of attendance beyond condonation limit, belated joining or on medical grounds, the candidates are permitted to rejoin the course in the next year.

                          For more details visit The Thiruvalluvar University website.