The college follows a system of evaluation based on Internal Tests and External Semester-End Examination (SEE). The 100 marks allotted for each theory paper in a semester are distributed with 25 & 75 weightage between Internal Tests and Semester-End Examinations respectively. A student must secure a minimum of 40% marks in Internal and External Examinations put together for a pass. However, securing a minimum of 35% marks in each paper in the semester-end examinations is mandatory. Question papers for Semester-End Examinations are prepared by the external examiners according to the syllabi and model question papers approved by the Boards of Studies and the Academic Council. All students have to write the tests / examinations in the medium as specified by them in their applications. No change of medium will be permitted thereafter. The duration of each course is three (3) years. A student who is not able to complete his/her degree within 3 years, he/ she is given an additional period of 2 years to appear for the supplementary examinations to complete the course with the same syllabus. After the maximum period of 5 years, supplementary candidates will have to take the examinations as per the syllabus and model papers, in force at the time of his/her writing the examinations.

Internal Assessment  

The following are the details of the internal assessment

Semester Form of Assessment Marks Remarks
First Assignments 25

The average marks secured in Assignments / Seminars / Internal Tests in each semester will be taken into consideration for the final assessment.
Internal Tests 25
Second Assignments 25
Internal Tests 25
Third Seminars 25
Internal Tests 25
Fourth Assignments 25
Internal Tests 25
Fifth Internal Tests 25
Internal Tests 25
Sixth Internal Tests 25
Internal Tests 25

           Students should write the assignments, participate in the seminars and take the internal tests earnestly without fail. Absence from the above aspects will be viewed very seriously, if prior permission is not obtained from the Principal or Examination Committee. A separate test will be conducted in the same semester for those students who take prior permission for not attending the regular internal test for valid reasons. Such candidates should register their names with the Controller of Examinations. However, granting permission will be decided on the merits of each case.

           As each semester is a complete unit in itself, any deficiency in Internal Assessment cannot be made up in subsequent semesters. If a student is forced to repeat a semester for some reason, all his/her earlier marks in the Internal Assessment will stand cancelled. While repeating the semester, the student has to follow the syllabus and the model question paper which are in force at that time.

Semester End Examinations (SEE)

           Regular and Supplementary Semester-End Examinations (SEE) for odd semesters  (I, III, V) are held in October/November and for even Semesters (II, IV, VI) in March/April every year. Every eligible student shall register himself/herself for the Semester-End Examinations through an application by paying the prescribed examination fee within the stipulated time.  The College reserves the right of permitting a student for Semester-End Examinations on grounds of discipline, attendance, etc.

Eligibility for registation

  • 75% of attendance in a semester
  •  Any student who has between 60% and less than 75% of attendance in a semester may be permitted to take the Semester-End Examinations on payment of the prescribed condonation fee.
  • Any student having less than 60% attendance in a semester will not be permitted to take the Semester- End Examinations. He/she has to repeat that semester, in the event of which, all his/her earlier Internal Test marks shall stand cancelled. However, if any student has attendance between 50% and 60% in a semester and has at least 85% of attendance in the preceding/subsequent semester of the same academic year, he/she may be permitted to take those examinations, on payment of the prescribed special condonation fee without repeating that semester.
  • In the final semester, if a student has between 50% and 60% of attendance, he/she may be permitted to write the examinations, at the discretion of the Principal, under the following conditions.
    • In all previous semesters, his/her average attendance has been 75% or more.
    • His/her prolonged absence is due to illness or other exigencies of life and he/she has been regular to classes at during the previous semesters.
    • If his/her case is recommended for consideration by a committee consisting of the Vice-Principal and the Head(s) of the Department(s) concerned.


           Unlike theory, the practical study (maximum marks 100) in the respective subjects stretches throughout the year, which is treated as a unit by itself.  The practical methods include laboratory work, practical training, record work etc.  All practical examinations are to be conducted once in a year during March / April. The candidates who possess 80% of attendance in laboratory work are eligible to register their names for practical examinations. The students have to register themselves for all practical examinations along with the theory examinations.  No supplementary examinations will be held at any time.


           The college takes a serious view of unfair methods in all theory and practical examinations. Cases of malpractice noticed at any stage are severely punishable. Cancellation of all the examinations taken or to be taken by the candidate during that specified period is the immediate minimum punishment. The students found guilty of malpractice in any mid-semester test will not be granted permission for semester end examination. If any student is found guilty of malpractice on more than one occasion during his/her stay in the college, he/she will be prohibited from prosecuting further studies. A student of Semester VI, found guilty of malpractice on more than one occasion, will be debarred from the examinations for two years.


On Internal Assessment

Any student who has any grievance about the valuation of internal tests may bring it to the notice of the lecturer concerned, but he/she must do so immediately on receipt of the relevant answer script and get it clarified. If     he/she still feels aggrieved, he/she may appeal to the Principal in writing who will refer the matter to the Grievances Committee, specially constituted for the purpose. On the basis of the recommendations of the Committee, the       Principal is authorized to settle the matter.
Any rectification with regard to the tabulation of Internal Test marks, mistakes in the spelling of names, second language, optional subjects etc., displayed at the time of declaration of results, should be brought immediately to the notice of the Controller of Examinations. Such rectifications should invariably be completed before the preparation and issue     of the mark statements of the semester concerned.

On Semester Assessment

           Representations regarding SEE assessment should be made as noted below to the Controller of Examinations in the relevant proforma along with the prescribed fee receipt.

Personal Identification

           A candidate may apply for personal identification of his script in any subject and paper within 10 days after the publication of results.


  • A student shall have a right to appeal for revaluation of his/her answer script, if he/she is not satisfied with the marks awarded in Semester End Examination on payment of prescribed fee.
  • Application for revaluation shall be submitted with in 10 days from the date of announcement of marks or with in the date prescribed by the authorities.
  • The answer script shall be revalued by the external examiner, other than the original examiner.
  • If the difference of marks in original valuation and the revaluation is less than 5% the marks scored in the original valuation shall stand and the marks scored in revaluation shall be ignored. However, if the marks scored in revaluation alter the result of the candidate (ie., the failed candidate getting passed, the passed candidate getting second class and second class candidate getting first class) the revaluation marks shall stand.
  • If the difference in the marks in the first valuation and revaluation is 5% or more but less than 15, the marks scored in the revaluation shall stand.
  • If the difference in the marks in the original valuation and the revaluation is more than 15, the answer script shall be sent for the third and final valuation.
  • If the marks scored in the revaluation are less than the marks scored in the original valuation, the marks scored in the original valuation shall stand.


          To Pass any subject, a candidate must score 40% marks in the Internal Examinations and Semester End Examinations, both put together. Computation of class will be carried out only at the end of the final Semester based on the marks scored in part-II (Group) subjects, when the candidate gets through all the semesters. A student is eligible for the award of a class only when he/she completes the part-II (Group) subjects within three academic years from the date of admission into the course.

Classification of Results:

Less than 40%












75 & above



Any pass after the stipulated duration of the course will be treated as third class, irrespective of the percentage of marks scored. It will be indicated by an (*) in the consolidated marks statement.

Memorandum of Marks

          Semester-wise marks memoranda will be issued to all registered candidates immediately after the publication of results. Consolidated marks statements and Provisional Certificates are issued to the successful candidates at the end of the course on payment of the prescribed fee. In case of loss or damage, duplicate memoranda will be issued after completing the required legal formalities and after paying the prescribed fee.

No Cancellation and Betterment

          A successful candidate is not allowed to cancel his/her Internal Tests and SEE marks in theory and practicals and reappear for betterment. However, a candidate who fails in the examination for want of internal marks may be permitted to reappear for the Internal Tests only once after the completion of the semester.

Award of Degrees

          After successful completion of all six semesters, the degrees will be awarded by S.K.University, Anantapur on the recommendations of the college considering the marks obtained by the students in all six semesters.



To be Computerized

  • Regular SEE fee Collection
  • De-coding.
  • Results processing and data analysis reports
  • Sem end award list, CMM and PC printing
  • All reports to be submitted to the University


  • Supplementary fee collection
  • Coding


Future Plans:

  •  Bar-coding answer scripts to avoid award lists and manual coding process.
  •  Campus wide network to publish E-results on the respected department LAN.
  •  Publication of Result through bulk SMS to the student and parent mobiles.
  •  Patch to the existing fee collection system to extend the functionality to collect supplementary exam fee.
  •  Initiation to prepare Question Banks in all subjects
  •  Auditing  to evaluate quality of assessment and feed back to evaluators