The students who failed to get aggregate 50 per cent marks were given Allowed To
Keep Term (ATKT) and had to re-appear in the exams.
Gujarat University has changed the rules and regulations
concerning the pass marks of B.Ed and M.Ed courses so as to benefit the students.
Earlier, students were required to score 40 per cent marks in practical exam and
50 per cent marks in theory papers. Also, they were required to score aggregate
50 per cent marks in the exams to pass their courses. The GU has changed these rules
where the mandatory aggregate score of 50 per cent marks has been done away with.
The rules have been changed to benefit the students. A number of students used to
score passing marks in individual practical and in theory exam they fail to score
50 per cent as aggregate marks. This result, students were wasting a year, GU vice
chancellor Parimal Trivedi said; The students who failed to get aggregate 50 per
cent marks were given Allowed To Keep Term (ATKT) and had to re-appear in the exams.
Generally, B.Ed colleges post 90 per cent result, while the M.Ed colleges post more
than 95 per cent result.
Courtesy: Times of India