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At the core of the growing popularity of Rayat-Bahra University among students and parents, is the industry focused curriculum that enables students to become employment-ready by the time they complete their course. The University believes in making learning effective by involving and engaging the students in various interdisciplinary and co-curricular activities.
To help students adapt easily to the industry environment, the University has made Domain Skills, Soft Skills and Industry Interface an integral part of its Curricula. In addition, the University aims to develop world-class Entrepreneurs with its focus on Entrepreneurship Skill Development with International Exposure.
Important aspects of the Examination Process of this University
Candidates shall have to register as bonafide students with the University as perregulations before the commencement of instruction in the first semester and for lateral entry students in the 3rd semester. A student is allowed to attend classes only for those subjects that the student has registered in a semester.
2. Mandatory Requirement of Attendance
A student must maintain a minimum of 75% attendance in each of the campus-based courses without which the student shall be disqualified from appearing in the respective examinations and the student is required to register again (RRA) in the course.
3. Conduct of Mid-Term Test
Two MTT will be conducted in one semester as per the academic calendar by the concerned Schools. The MTT shall be conducted as per the norms of the University.
4. Continuous Evaluation
The continuous evaluation will include the MTT results, and other components such as tutorials, laboratory exercises, home assignments, several quizzes/tests/ examinations,the regularity of attendance, etc.
5. Conduct of End Term Exam
On the basis of Academic Calendar, the date sheet for the End Term examination shall be conveyed to the concerned Schools at least two weeks prior to the start of end term exams. The COE will get the answer books evaluated by table marking by the set of examiners.
6. Compilation and Declaration of Result
At the conclusion of the semester, a student is awarded a grade in each of the courses the student has taken during that period. The grade awarded to a student in a course will depend on his total performance in all the components of the evaluation.
Every Student will have to appear in MTT-1 &MTT-2 and End Term Examination. There will not be any provision for makeup or special tests for MTT-1 &MTT-2 & ETE.
For D. Pharmacy and B. Pharmacy Practice courses having three MTT during the session is a must.
7. Minimum Academic Requirements
At the end of every semester normally the following minimum academic standards have to be maintained by the students:
A student should have SGPA of at least 4.5 for diploma & undergraduate courses and SGPA 5.0 for post graduate courses. (For M.Pharm, B.Pharm, D.Pharm, B.Pharm (Practice) Courses, SGPA will be 5.0)
8. Pass-Out Eligibility
A student is deemed to have completed the requirement of graduation for the program when the student satisfies the following conditions: –
a) Has cleared all the courses prescribed for the program.
b) Has obtained a minimum CGPA of 5.00 for diploma & undergraduate courses and CGPA 5.5 for postgraduate courses.
c) Has not taken more time than specified for completion of the course.
Students who fulfill the graduation criteria will be issued of provisional degree /certificate.
9. Classifications of graduation certificates
CGPA ≥ 8.00
CGPA ≥6.00 but < 8.00
Second Division (for Diploma/UG programs)
CGPA ≥ 5.00 but < 6.00.
Second Division (For PG programs)
CGPA ≥ 5.50 but < 6.00
10. Conversion of CGPA to a percentage of marks
The original degree/certificate will be issued at the convocation.
Convocation for international Students will be held on 12th July 2019 and for other Students in the Month of October 2019.