The Gujarat University (GU) has declared detailed information about BSc exams which
will be conducted by the university following implementation of the Choice-Based
The Gujarat University (GU) has declared detailed information
about B.Sc exams which will be conducted by the university following implementation
of the Choice-Based Credit System (CBCS).
According to GU vice-chancellor Parimal Trivedi, as per the new examination system
to be followed, the internal 30 marks which used to be calculated solely on the
basis of the college exams has been divided into four parts.
The college exams will be of 15 internal marks while five marks each would be given
for assignment, seminar and attendance.
The overall passing mark has been raised from 35 to 36.Of the 70 marks final university
exam, the student will be required to score minimum 25 marks while minimum 11 out
of 30 internal marks will have to be obtained to pass a particular paper.
The 70 marks of the final paper will have four subjective questions while the fifth
question will be objective in nature and will include multiple-choice questions,
match the following and other questions.
Trivedi said that the student who have 75 per cent and above attendance will get
five out of five marks in attendance while those with less than 50 per cent attendance
will not be given any mark out of five internal marks. Those who have attendance
above 50 per cent will be given one mark.
Significantly, the students in science who were so far given only six
groups in physics, biology, and chemistry and maths subjects will be given a choice
of 20 groups from the first year itself. These will include subjects like computer
science, microbiology, electronics, environment science and others.
Courtesy: Times of India