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 The Examination is conducted by the affiliating University i.e. Berhampur University, Bhanja Bihar, Berhampur, Odisha. All rules and regulations of the University is applicable in conducting the examination. The date and time of the examination is fixed by the University authorities, besides this examination, as a part of University requirement a qualifying house examination is held in the college towards the end of the academic session. This examination is compulsory. Absentees of this examination disqualify themselves to sit for the final examination of University Class Examination: A. College Examinations : i. Normally two examinations are conducted by the college in one academic session besides CHSE/University Examinations. However in case of any exigencies atleast one examination is to be conducted in one Academic session. a) +2 II, + 3 I, +3 II, +3 III -Pre- Test and Test b )+2 I, Pre test- Half yearly and Annual ii. The exact date, Programme, duration, no. of papers, full marks etc. will be notified sufficiently before the commencement of each examination. iii. A student must appear at least one general examination to secure requisite percentage of marks, in order to be eligible, for promotion to the next higher class/to fill up the forms for CHSE or University examinations. iv.Wilful absence from the examination shall make a student liable for fine or detention. However the Principal can grant exemption subject to the condition that he/she shall appear the examination at a later date which shall be notified. v. Malpractice and misconduct in the examination will be punished with fine/expulsion/detention as deemed fit. B. Higher Secondary Examination : i) The council of Higher Secondary Education, Orissa, conducts one examination every year for +2 students. Annual Examination commences preferably in the first weekof March or as notified by the CHSE, Orissa. ii) The following categories of students are eligible to appear at the examination. a) Failed candidates. b) Absent in the last examination. c) Detained in the Test - Exam. but later on promoted. d) Detained candidate due to shortage of attendance. iii) A student is declared to have passed if he/she secures 30% in each theory subject; 40% in practical and 35% in aggregate. iv) Division is awarded by the council on the following basis. 1st division - 60% in aggregate and above 2nd division - 50% in aggregate but less than 60% 3rd division - 35% in aggregate but less than 50% C.+3 Three year Degree course Examination: Refer the extracts from Berhampur University regulation regarding following points, contain in this calendar from page No. 39 to 49 i) Duration of the course etc. ii) Change of Subject(s). iii) Qualification for admission to the First, Second & Final Exam. iv) Pass Marks & Classification of successful candidates. v) Mark distribution. Rules for the of examinees: 1.The examination hall will be opened half an hour before the examination starts on the first day and 15 minutes before on subsequent days. A seat with the same number as on his /her Admit Card is assigned to each candidate and he / she should be in his/her seat 5 minutes before the examination begins. Candidates arriving after the start of examination, will not be admitted except with special permission of the Centre Superintendent. 2.Candidate should bring their own pens and mathematical instruments. No book or paper or printed manuscripts other than their Admit Cards should be taken into the Examination Hall. Candidates should not possess any book or paper or printed manuscript or electronic equipment, even if they are unconnected with the subject of the examination except their Admit Cards and question papers, answer books, graph sheets etc. as are provided by the Center Superintendent to the examinees. A Candidate shall not be allowed to consult any book or paper or printed manuscript during the examination hours in or outside the hall. 3. Each candidate shall be checked at the entrance of the examination Centre for each sitting and in the Examination Halls during the course of examination as and when the Centre Superintendent considers it necessary. Candidates refusing to be checked at the entrance shall not enter the examination. Refusal of the candidates to be checked in the examination hall shall be liable to instant expulsion. 4 A candidate should write on the cover page of his answer book the Roll Number, Registration Number and such other distinguishing marks as are given to him on the Admit Card and should on no account write anywhere in his answer books his own name, the name of his College or any other identifying indication that is not strictly connected with his answer to the questions given. The giving of false Roll Number is a serious offence and an answer book without the candidate's Roll Number and Registration Number clearly written on the cover page will not be examined. 5. Candidates should not, write anything on the question paper or blotting paper or they should not take any paper other than their Admit Cards and Identity Card. They should not also send the question paper of the examination outside the hall during the examination hours. 6 If a candidate is found with any paper not connected with the examination as mentioned in 2 Supra, he / she shall have to surrender it to the invigilator on demand and make a written statement, if necessary. Refusing to surrender the material or to make a statement shall render the candidate liable to instant expulsion from the centre of examinations. 7.Candidates should note that their answer shall be valued from the beginning of the answer book serially without omitting any answer till the requisite number of optional questions are covered. Answer to a compulsory question, will be examined in any case. Answer to optional question if any beyond the requisite number shall not be valued. 8 Candidates are not allowed to leave the hall untill an hour after the examination starts. They should not leave their seats until they submit their answer books to the invigilator. Answer books should not be left behind on the desks. It is the duty of the candidate to see that his answer paper is received by the invigilator. No candidate will be allowed to re-enter the examination hall after submitting his answer paper. In Case of urgent need however a candidate may be permitted by the senior invigilator to leave the hall temporarily and not more than once in an hour, under special supervision. The period of temporary absence should not ordinarily exceed 3 minutes. 9. Candidates suffering from any diseases which would render their presence in the examination hall undersirable in the interests of other candidates will not be allowed to enter the Examination Hall. In exceptional cases the Centre Superintendent being informed by the candidate in advance may make special arrangements. 10. Infringements by the candidate of any of these rules will render him liable for punishment by the Centre Superintendent and such further penalties as the Examination Committee of the Syndicate/Council may deem fit to impose. ORISSA ACT 2 OF 1988 THE ORISSA CONDUCT OF EXAMINATION ACT - 1988 An act to provide for penal action for adoption of unfair means at certain examinations was passed in the state. It was enacted by the Legislature of the State of Orissa in the Thirty ninth year of the Republic of India as follows. 1.Short Title : This Act may be called the Orissa Conduct of examination Act. 1998. 2.Definitions : In this act, unless the context otherwise requires. a) "Recognised examination" means an examination specified in the schedule and includes evaluation. tabulation, publication of results and all other matters connected therewit. b) "Unfair means" in relation to any recognised examination means taking or giving or attempting to take or give any help, other than one permissible, if any, under the rules applicable there to, from any material written recorded or printed in relayed, or from any person, in any from what so ever. 3.Prohibition of use of unfair means at examination : i)No person shall adopt or take recourse to unfair means any recognised examination. ii)No person shall aid, abet or conspire in the use of unfair means at any recognised examination. 4.Restriction on copies of question paper and offer information : No person, who is not lawfully authorised or permitted by virtue of his duties to do so, shall before the time fixed for distribution of copies of a question paper to examinees at a recognised examination. a)Procedure, attempt to procure or posses, such question paper or a portion a copy thereof. or b) Impart or offer to impart or offer to impart information which he knows or has reason to believe is related or is derived from or has a bearing upon such question paper. 5.Prevention or leakage by person entrusted with examination work : No person who is entrusted with any work connected with recognised examination shall. except in the discharge of his studies directly or indirectly divulge or cause to be divulged or known any other person any information or part thereof which he has come in possession in the discharge of his duties. 6. Restriction on taking Question papers : No person shall procure, possess, distribute, or other publicize or cause to be publicized any question paper as being the one or purporting to be one that is to be given at an ensuing recognised examination. 7. Prohibition on loitering etc. near examination centre etc: No person, save in the discharge of his duties shall; a)during the hours when a recognised examination centre or where any evaluation of tabulation work relating to a recognisedexamination is done, and b)two hours proceeding the commencement of such examination, evaluation or tabulation work on any date on which such examination is conducted or evaluation or tabulation work done. Commit or cause to be committed any of the following acts with in the premises wherein the recognised examination is held or at any place where evaluation or tabulation work is done or at any public or private place within a distance of one hundred meters of such premises or the place of evaluation of tabulation work namely. i) loitering ii) distributing or otherwise publicizing any paper or other matter relating to such examination, or iii) indulging in such other activity as is likely to be prejudicial to the conduct of such examination or is likely to affect the secrecy thereof provided that nothing contained in this section shall apply in respect of bonafide activities of examinees appearing at the examination which is conducted at such examination centre. 8. Refusal of duties connected with examination prohibited : No person assigned with invigilation work or superintendence or any recognised examination at any centre or any other work connected with such examination or evaluation, tabulation or publication or result of such examination shall refuse, save under circumstances beyond his control, to perform the work or duties so assigned. 9. Penalty: Whoever contravenes any of the provisions of section 3 to 8 shall, on conviction, be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to three months or with fine which may extend to three thousand rupees but shall not be less than five hundred rupees or with both. 10. Investigation etc. : I. An offence under this Act shall not be investigated by an officer below the rank of a Sub-Inspector of police. II. AlI offences under this Act shall be recognizable and non........ bailable. 11.Effect of other Law: 1. Subject to the provisions of subsection. 2. The provisions of this Act shall have effect not withstanding anything inconsistent there with contained in any enactment other than this Act. 3. Where any Act or omission constitutes an offence punishable under this Act and also under any other .Act, the offender found guilty of such offences shall be liable to be punished under the other Act and not under this Act. SCHEDULE [See Section -2 (a)] 1. Examination conducted by or under the authority of any University established by an Act of the State Legislature. 2. Examination conducted by or under the authority of the Board of Secondary Education, Orissa. 3. Examination conducted by or under the authority of the state council of Higher Secondary Education, Orissa. 4. Examination conducted by or under the authority of the council Higher Secondary Education, Orissa. 5. Such other examinations as may be specified by the State Government by notification in the Official Gazette. By Order of the Governor J.Das Secretary to Government