Grace marks shall be awarded to a Subject / Paper / Practical / Head of passing to a maximum of 2% of University Examination marks if, after gracing the candidate gets minimum prescribed marks in the Theory / Practical and passes in the subject.
A candidate shall be eligible to a maximum of 5 grace marks, provided,
1. He/she has failed in only one subject (Pr/Th/Head of Passing) of the examination
2. Passes the whole examination by such gracing
3. Gets minimum prescribed marks in the paper/ practical and aggregate for passing by such gracing
GMR 03: Grace Marks shall be awarded for declaration of classes also.
For obtaining a higher class a candidate is eligible for getting a maximum of 5 grace marks, which will be added to the total aggregate marks of the candidate and will declare the candidate to have passed the examination in I Class or FWD
Grace marks awarded as per GMR 01 for passing a subject and GMR 02 for passing the whole examination are shown only in the ledger and not in the statement of marks. However, the grace marks awarded for getting a higher class shall be indicated along with the aggregate total of the examination.
A candidate is entitled for grace marks only under any one of the regulations either as per GMR01 or GMR 02 or GMR 03.
A candidate is entitled for grace marks of 05 for the award of class of the degree.
Evaluation of Answer Scripts of PG Course
All answer scripts of PG courses will be evaluated by two examiners
If the difference between First Evaluation and the Second Evaluation is more than 15, the third examiner shall evaluate the script.
The average of the marks of nearest two valuations shall be considered as the marks secured by the candidate. However, if one of the three marks falls exactly midway between the other two, then the higher two marks shall be taken for averaging.
The same process of third evaluation will be carried out for scripts of undergraduate courses during revaluation
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