ANITS Autonomous grades passing marks attendance for BTech

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ANITS Autonomous grades passing marks attendance for BTech applicable from 2015 – 16 is explained below

ANITS Evaluation Process

The performance of a student in each semester shall be evaluated subject-wise as given below:

(A) Theory Course: Total 100 marks

It is divided into two parts- internal evaluation and external evaluation

Internal evaluation:  40 marks 

20 marks are for 2 internal-mid exams, 10 marks for assignments, 5 marks for projects / case studies /quiz/tests and 5 marks for attendance. The average of 2 internal mid exams is considered for the 20 marks allocated.

Subjects having 100% internal assessment, an internal examination will be conducted for 60 marks along with the semester-end examinations.

External Semester end examination:  60 marks

The question paper shall be set externally and the answer scripts shall be valued through a double valuation system. The marks will be awarded on the average of two evaluations. If it is found that the difference of the marks obtained in the two valuations is more than 20%, then a third examiner shall value the script. Out of the three valuations, the average of marks obtained in third valuation and the marks obtained nearer to third valuation out of first two valuations shall be considered. There is no provision for the revaluation of any subject / course. Students can apply for recounting. Students can also go for challenge valuation.

(B) Laboratory Course: Total 100 marks

It is divided into two parts- internal evaluation and external evaluation

Internal evaluation:  50 marks

The internal marks are awarded based on continuous assessment, record work, internal lab examination and student regularity.

External examination: 50 marks

The external examination will be conducted by two examiners, one of them being laboratory class teacher as internal examiner and an external examiner nominated by the Principal from the panel of experts.

(C) Project Work: Total 300 Marks

It is divided into three parts-

100 marks through internal assessment in the IV Year I semester.

100 marks through internal assessment in the IV Year II semester.

100 marks by the committee in the IV Year II semester.

(D) Industrial Training: Total 100 marks

The industrial training is assessed internally for 100 marks by an internal evaluation committee constituted by the HOD.

(E) Supplementary Exam:

The supplementary exams for odd semester courses will be conducted during summer vacation.

The supplementary exams for the even semester courses, will be conducted during the winter vacation.

ANITS Attendance Regulations

It is expected for a student to put in 100% attendance in all the subjects. However, a candidate shall be allowed to appear for the semester end examination provided he maintains a minimum of 75% overall attendance in the semester.

Shortage of attendance

The shortage of attendance on medical grounds can be condoned up to a maximum of 9%

If a student with the prior approval of the Principal participate in co-curricular, extra-curricular activities like student seminars, N.S.S, N.C.C, Inter-collegiate tournaments etc. He will be given attendance of those days.

A student, who could not secure the minimum attendance requirement of 66% in any semester, shall be ‘Detained’.

Minimum Academic Requirements

The following academic requirements have to be satisfied in addition

A student shall be passed in theory subject/ course if he secures not less than 40% in external theory examination and also a minimum of 40% of total marks (internal + external) of that course. Thus, Minimum passing marks are 40% and minimum passing grade is P.

A student shall be passed in practical course if he secures not less than 50% in external laboratory examination and also a minimum of 50% of total marks (internal + external) of that course. Thus, minimum passing marks are 50% and minimum passing grade is C.

A student shall be promoted from II Year to III Year only if he secures total 50 % of all credits from regular and supplementary examinations of I Year (02 semester) and II Year – I Semester {i.e., total 3 semesters} examinations, irrespective of whether the candidate takes the examination in all the subjects or not.

A student shall be promoted from III Year to IV Year only if he secures total 50% of credits from regular and supplementary examinations of I Year (02 semester), II Year (02 semester) and III Year- I Semester {i.e., total 5 semesters}, irrespective of whether the candidate takes the examinations in all the subjects or not.

Lateral entry students shall be promoted from II year to III year. But a lateral entry student shall be promoted from III year to IV year only if he secures total 50% of credits from regular and supplementary examinations of II year(02 semester) and III year- I Semester {i.e., total 3 semesters} irrespective of whether the candidate takes the examinations in all the subjects or not.

For the award of the degree the candidate should have obtained CGPA greater than or equal to 5.0

Duration of program

The complete B tech programme is distributed over 8 semesters. There shall be 2 semesters in one academic year. Every branch of B.Tech programme will have a curriculum and syllabi for the courses The academic programmes of the Institute follow the credit system. There shall be a total of about 189 credits out of which a student should acquire a minimum of 180 credits to get the degree awarded. If a student earns all the total credits, then the best 180 credits are considered to determine the final CGPA. The lateral entrants shall have a total of about 146 credits of which one should acquire a minimum of 137 credits to get the degree awarded. If a lateral student takes all the credits, then the best 137 credits are considered to determine the final CGPA.

Students, who could not complete their B.Tech. Programme within eight academic years from the year of their admission or could not acquire the credits stipulated for the programme shall forfeit their seat in B.Tech. Programme and their admission shall stand cancelled. For lateral entry students they have to complete the programme in six years from their year of admission. A candidate can avail the betterment chances during the validity of all courses.

Award of Grades

ANITS BTech absolute grading system is adopted as follows:

Note: Minimum grade to pass in a laboratory course is ‘C’.

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ANITS Award of Class / Division

A candidate, who becomes eligible for the award of B.Tech.Degree, shall be placed in one of the following classes.

CGPA Division / Class
≥7 First class with distinction
≥6 but < 7 First class
≥5 but < 6 Second class/ Pass

*First class with Distinction will be awarded only to those students who clear all the subjects of the program in the first attempt of regular examinations.

Conversion of CGPA into percentage

The CGPA can be converted to aggregate percentage by multiplying CGPA with 10.


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