Examinations


Examination Standard of Passing for Arts and Commerce Faculty
 
Students of F.Y.J.C. (Arts) / F.Y.J.C. (Com) are required to appear for two tests and two terminal examinations (i.e.) Mid Term Test I & II and the Terminal Examination I & II.

- First Term (Arts and Commerce)
Sr. No. Examination Max. Marks Duration Approx. Month of Exam
1. First Unit Test 25 1 Hour August/ September
2. First Semester Exam 50 2 Hours Oct./Nov.
 
 
- Second Term (Arts and Commerce)
Sr. No. Examination Max. Marks Duration Approx. Month of Exam
1 Second Unit Test 25 1 Hour January
2 Second Semester Exam 80 3 Hours March/April
 

E.V.S. / Educational / Study Project Tours : A firsthand knowledge and awareness to face the competitive business world around us is the prime objective of industrial tours & visits. A practical knowledge through primary sources is given regularly through local or outstation tours for students.
 
Projects will be given to the students based on the educational tour they visit, as arranged by the college. It is mandatory and no marks would be given for E.V.S in case of any absentee for the educational tour.  E.V.S is no longer a graded subject. It is treated as a compulsory subject.
 
This subject is compulsory for all the students and is prescribed for 50 marks.
EVS Bifurcation of marks is given below:
 
  Internal Examiner External Examiner Total
Project 20 10 30
Seminar/Journal 10 10 20
Total 30 20 50
 
Students will be required to submit the Project work as per the schedule informed in the classroom or displayed on the Notice Board.
If a student fails to appear for the above examination or fails to submit the Project work he/she will be declared “FAIL” in the subject and consequently in the Board examinations.
 

Physical Education (Graded Subject)
First Term Second Term
25 Marks Written 25 Marks Written
25 Marks Practical 25 Marks Practical
Total   50 Total   50
 









Total of 100 marks (first term 50 marks + second term 50 marks) will be converted into total of 50 marks for the purpose of Final Evaluation.

Grading pattern is given below:
1. 30 and above - A
2. 23 to 29 - B
3. 18 to 22 - C
4. Below 17 - D

Passing Standards
 
  • Attendance in Examinations and Unit Tests are compulsory for all the students and performance in the tests and examination will be taken into account while finalizing the final result.
  • The rules of promotion for finalizing the results of F.Y.J.C. prescribed by the Government of Maharashtra are as follows:
  • A candidate must secure minimum 35 marks out of 100 marks in each of the subject offered.
  • Result of the F.Y.J.C. is decided by giving equal weight age to all the tests and examinations. The final result of the student will be decided on the basis of average marks [(a+b+c) ÷3], in each subject.
  • If a candidate appearing in all six subjects, fails in one or more subjects, his/her deficiency of marks in one or more subjects to a maximum of 30 marks but not exceeding  10 marks in any one subject, shall be condoned, for the purpose of passing the examination as per Government rules.
  • Due consideration will be given to the term-work such as tutorials, practical and home assignments and attendance, discipline etc.
  • It will be the responsibility of the student to appear for all the four exams (written as well as oral) and submit the project work as per the schedule informed in the classroom   or displayed on the college Notice Board. Under no circumstances will the college be responsible if a student fails to appear at the above four examinations or fails to submit the project work.
  • It will be mandatory for a student to appear for all the oral exams, compulsorily. Attendance for the written exam is also compulsory. If a student fails to do so, he will be reported “ABSENT” and no marks will be assigned to him/her .The college will also not be held responsible, if a student fails to appear for the oral exam and no re-exam shall be conducted.