An Internal Evaluation is held at regular intervals. It is carried out in the form of periodical tests after the completion of a prescribed course of lectures, demonstrations and clinical work. As per the PM&DC rules, the internal evaluation score will constitute 10% of the total marks allocated to each subject of the MBBS course in all the University Examinations.
Monthly Tests: At least once a month in each subject.
Term Tests: After every two to three months, in all the subjects.
Send-up Tests: About one month before each Annual University Examination, a send-up test, covering the entire course relevant to the professional examination, will be conducted by the College. A student who fails to clear the send-up test, will not be eligible to appear in the Annual Professional Examination.
As per the PM&DC and the University rules, the candidates having less than 75% attendance in lectures/demonstrations/ practicals/tutorials or clinical hours (each fraction) of any subject, will not be admitted to the Annual Professional Examination of the University.
The leave availed will be at the student’s own risk as far as the percentage of attendance is concerned, and even a medical certificate will not condone a deficiency in the required attendance as per the PM&DC rules.
Before each University Examination, the students will have to produce a “No Dues Certificate”, on a prescribed proforma, duly endorsed by the College Accounts Section. Those students, who fail to produce the required certificate will be detained and not permitted to appear in the University Examination.
The Dean/Principal has the right to restrain, at any stage, a student from appearing in a Professional MBBS Examination of the University on the basis of ill discipline, shortage of attendance and poor academic performance, besides, if in his opinion, the student has conduct or character, which is unbecoming of a medical student.
The minimum passing marks for each subject in any examination are 50%, to be obtained separately, in theory paper as well as in viva voce/practical examination.
On completion of an Annual Professional Examination, till the declaration of the University results, the students will be provisionally promoted to the next higher class. On announcement of the result by the University, all such students who are declared as failed, will not be allowed to continue the academic activities with the next higher class, unless they pass in the Supplementary examination.
The students who fail even in the supplementary examination of the university, will have to attend lectures / practicals / tutorials / clinics with the class to which they are relegated. It will be mandatory for such students to once again attend at-least 75% of the prescribed academic activities (lectures / practicals / tutorials / clinics etc) in the subject(s) failed. The remaining time of the college hours, they will do supervised self study or attend the clinics in the concerned department(s). In such cases, the lectures, practicals, clinical demonstrations etc, attended during their provisional promotion shall stand cancelled.
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