“A.T.K.T. EXAMINATION NOTICE” (SEM -I ,II, III, IV & VI)
Students Should Fill the ATKT Examination Forms from 7th March to 17th March 2022
In every step there is exam in the life. But the college exam is something different. It tests the students’ potentiality & enriches knowledge and behaviour of the student.
All exams in our college (degree & junior) are conducted according Mumbai University rules & regulations as well as the rules of State board of Maharashtra.
“Students” means & includes a person who is enrolled as such by the University/college/institution for receiving instructions qualifying for a degree awarded by the University. It includes Ex-students & students registered as candidate for any of the degree examination of all courses included.
EXAMINATION means a process to assess the students for better prospect & all round development.
Unfair means relating to examinations means include directly & indirectly committing or attempting to commit or threatening o commit any act or cortion, undue influence or fraud or malpractices with a view to obtaining wrongful gain to him or any other person or causing wrongful loss to other person.
The examination committee is responsible for the smooth conduct of examination. The department ensures strict vigilance against the use of unfair means by the students & it is responsible for reporting it to unfair means.
According to the University, there is in-house exam (on behalf of University) & the University exam.
In-house exams are conducted for all FY & SY degree students. These all are college exams where as TY exams are University exams. They are conducted on behalf of Mumbai University. In-house exam has semester pattern where two semesters are conducted in a year. First Half exam is conducted in the month of October-November & the Second Half Final exam is conducted in the month March-April.
“The students have also been receiving the benefit of “additional exam”.Out of 100 marks 75:25 criteria has been allotted by the Mumbai University.75 marks are external & 25 marks are internal.25 marks are assessed on the basis of test,projects,assignments,presentations,viva,etc.
Out of 25 marks,students suppose to get minimum 10 marks to pass the exam while in external 30 marks are required to clear the exam. Student should have 40% aggregate to pass each subject”.
Only 2 ATKT are allowed for the admission to the next class.
Declaration of results is also done in shortest possible time according to the University rule.
CAPS : Central Assessment Program Scheme
From the year 2013-2014, Central Assessment Program Scheme is also been done in our college.
Our college is also the center for University Exams where numbers of students are being accommodated for the University Exams in various courses i.e. TY Bcom, TY BMS, TY BBI, TY BAF, TY IT.
We have also HSC Exam Centre for last three years.
SCCT professors and teachers also does the assessment & moderation work in various colleges on behalf of Mumbai University and the State Board of Maharashtra.