Student performance Evaluation

Examination System

  1. A student cannot enter to an exam room after half an hour of the start time of the exam and cannot be out of the examination room before passing half an hour of the start time of the examination.
  2.  A student will be denied to appear the final examination if he is absent from lecture more than 25% of classes.
  3.  If a student fails to attend the final examination of any of his scheduled courses due to circumstances beyond his control,the department council can recommend to the College Council to accept the excuse and arrange a make-up examination for the student within a period not exceeding the end of the next semester.
  4. Mostly, for every course there are two written examinations of (25) marks and practical examination of (25) marks also and the sum of the written and practical examination is called midterm. The final evaluation of the course will be the sum of the midterm and final examination.

Table  Grade calculation method

Percentage

Grade

Grade Code

GPA (Out of 5.00)

GPA (Out of 4.00)

95-100

Exceptional

A+

5.00

4

90-less than 95

Excellent

A

4.75

3.8

85-less than 90

Superior

B+

4.50

3.6

80-less than 85

Very Good

B

4.00

3.2

75-less than 80

Above Average

C+

3.50

2.8

70-less than 75

Good

C

3.00

2.4

65-less than 70

High Pass

D+

2.50

2

60-less than 65

Pass

D

2.00

1.6

Less than 60

Fail

F

1.00

0.8


Probation rules

The student receives an academic probation status if his/her cumulative GPA is lower than 2.00 out of 5.00.


Dismissal/Drop Rules

The student will be dismissed from the University in either of the following situations: 

  1. The student receives a maximum of three consecutive academic probation for having a cumulative GPA lower than 2.00 out of 5.00(or 1.60 out of 4.00). Based on the recommendations of the College Council, the University Council may grant a fourth chance to a student who can improve his/her cumulative GPA by studying the courses available.
  2.  A student fails to complete the graduation requirements within a maximum additional periods, equal to one-half of the period determined from his/her graduation in the original program period. The University Council may make an exception and award the student the opportunity to complete the graduation requirements within an additional period of a maximum duration equal to that specified for graduation.
  3.  The University Council may make an exception and give students falls under (1) or (2) the opportunity to complete their studies within an additional period of two semesters.