Examination Office

Examination Policy - 2020

ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION EXAMINATION POLICY - SPRING 2020

1.      Attendance Policy

  • Attendance must be at least 75% to be eligible to appear in the Final Semester Examination.
  • Attendance marks will be awarded to the students on the basis of regular period of study from 1st January 2020 to 13th March 2020of Semester-II, IV, VI and VIII of BS, BBA, B.Ed, BPA, B.Com, M.A, M.Sc, MS, M.Phil and Ph.D.
  • Attendance will be marked by the teacher for the eligibility of the student to appear in the examination in live lecture.No marks will be awarded for attendance of the students of Semester-II (BS, BBA, B.Ed, BPA, B.Com, M.A, M.Sc, MS, M.Phil and Ph.D).
  • For students with limited or no internet connection (Verified by Chairperson of Department), their attendance weightage will be based on assignment/or any other mode decided by the Chairperson of the Department as per requirement of the course.

 

2.      Assessment & Evaluation Policy

Final Examinations will be held according to the schedule announced by the Controller of Examinations. The schedule of the examinations will be announced as per direction of the Government.

                      A. The mode of examinations shall be traditional, if COVID-19 situation gets normal and allowed by the Government of Pakistan.

             B.   If COVID-19 situation continue or educational institutions remain closed after 15th July 2020, the assessment & evaluation policy will be as under:

·         Semester-IV, VI and VIII (BS, BBA, B.Ed, BPA, B.Com, M.A, M.Sc, MS and M.Phil)

1.      The students of these semesters have already been taught from 1st January 2020 to 13th March 2020 by traditional mode. Their midterm examinations (Test-1, Test-2, Assignment, Presentation, Quiz, etc.) already held. The weightage of midterm examinations and other activities is 80%.

Online teaching assessment and evaluation weightage is 20%. Student may be assessed by any mode (As recommended by the Chairperson of Department as per requirement of course).

(i)                 MCQs

(ii)               Open book or open internet

(iii)             Online presentation examinations

(iv)             Online discussion

(v)               Picture composition

(vi)             Case study

2.      Practicals: Practical assessed by online viva voce.

3.      Research Thesis/Internships/Seminars:Research Thesis/Internships/Seminars will be assessed by online recorded viva voce, will be monitored by the Controller of Examinations Office. Viva voce will start from 1st June 2020. It is directed to all CODs they should complete their viva voce up till 31st August 2020.

·         Semester-II (BS, BBA, B.Ed, BPA, B.Com, M.A, M.Sc, MS,M.Phil and Ph.D)

1.     The students of Semester-II will continue their online teaching from 15th July 2020 to 13th August 2020. If the COVID-19 situation gets normal and allowed by the Government to have classroom teaching, students will attend the classroom teaching from 16th July to 13th August 2020. Their final online examinations will be started from 17th August 2020.

2.      The students will be promoted to next semester on pass/fail basis. Each course of every student will be evaluated online by any mode and awarded pass/fail in the courses (As recommended by the Chairperson of Department as per requirement of course).

(i)                 MCQs

(ii)               Open book or open internet

(iii)             Online presentation examinations

(iv)             Online discussion

(v)               Picture composition

(vi)             Case study

3.      Practicals: Practical assessed by online viva voce.

 Note: This semester will have no weightage in calculation of their grades/CGPA. It will not affect the final result of the student at the end of the   degree programme.

·         BFA (2nd, 3rd and 4th Professional)

1.      Send-up Examinations of BFA 2nd, 3rd and 4th Professional already held and the weightage of send-up examinations will be considered 80% and 20% weightage will be given to the final examination. All theory papers will be taken in the form of discussion by the panel of the examiners in which presence of external examiners is mandatory.

2.      Thesis/Mini-Thesis/Juries: Thesis/Mini-Thesis/Juries viva voce will be assessed by online recorded viva voce, will be monitored by the Controller of Examinations Office. Viva voce will be started from 1st June 2020. It is directed to all CODs they should complete their viva voce up till 31st August 2020. Exhibitions may be arrange in small groups by fulfillment of the SOP’s of COVID-19. Chairperson will be responsible for the implementation of SOP’s of COVID-19.

·         BFA (1st Professional)

1.      The students of 1st Professional will continue their online teaching from 15th July 2020 to 13th August 2020. If the COVID-19 situation gets normal and allowed by the Government to have classroom teaching, students will attend the classroom teaching from 16th July to 13th August 2020.

2.     The students will be promoted to next semester on pass/fail basis. Each course of every student will be evaluated online by any mode (As recommended by the Chairperson of Department as per requirement of course) and awarded pass/fail in the courses.

Note: This result will have no weightage in calculation of their percentage/grades. It will not affect the final result of the student at the end of the degree programme.

  Accredited Programmes (Semester-II, IV, VI and VIII of BE, CRP, B.Arch, BSCS)

1.      All the students will be assessed as per recommendations of the Accreditation Councils. If Accreditation Councils allows the Universities, the LCWU will adopt any mode of online examination. The university will follow the same strategy as mentioned above.

·         Pharm-D (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th Professional)

1.      All the students will be assessed as per recommendations of the Pharmacy Council. If Pharmacy Council allows the Universities, the LCWU will adopt any mode of online examination.

·         Hardship cases of Students

1.   Those students who did not appear in Mid-term / sendups examinations due to any hardship basis, they will be allowed to reappear during final examination (Traditional /online examinations).

2.      Those students who belong to remote areas or do not have access to Internet, special examination will be conducted, when educational institutions will open as per notification of Government of Pakistan. The applications of such students should be forwarded to the Controller’s Office through Chairperson of the Department.