The semester examinations of the third and fifth semester of various courses under DMU was supposed to be held by December 2020.
Much-delayed semester examinations of third and fifth semester of various courses including BA, B.Sc, B.Com, BBA, B.PES, and LLB under Dhanamanjuri University will finally commence on June 28, 2021. The controller of examination of DMU on Wednesday issued a notice to this effect.
The exam was supposed to be held by December 2020.
The notice followed The Frontier Manipur citizen journalist’s report highlighting students’ apprehension that their career might be in jeopardy due to non-conduction of semester exams.
However, the exam will be held certain conditions due to the prevailing situation of COVID 19 pandemic in the state.
As per the notification, the examinations will be conducted through online mode and questions for each paper will be uploaded online, as per the time table in the University portal: www.examinations.dmuportal.in
The notification said students are to make their own arrangements for the answer scripts (in A4 size bond papers) and submit it personally to the university within a stipulated time at a particular spot as directed by the university.
In “special cases”, students may be allowed to submit online through the university portal. But the University will not bear any responsibility in case of any “technical misadventure” while submitting online, and thus it is not desirable or advisable to submit online, it added.
Each student has to write his or her own name, university examination roll number and registration number along with the name of the paper subject (elective or honours) on the front page of the answer book, mandatorily.
The notice also mentioned that details of the time table and directions (semester wise) will be issued separately. Practical examinations will be conducted and assessed by the respective departments of the colleges and marks will be submitted accordingly to the office of the controller of examinations, it added.
For third semester:
All theory papers will be of 50 marks for both semesters. For papers of any subject having mark ratio of 75-25, i.e, theory (75) and practical (25), there will be 50 marks in theory and 10 marks in practical.
In the case of Geography subject, questions will be of 50 marks in theory and 25 marks in practical. In the case of LLB questions will be of 50 marks in theory and 20 marks in internal assessment
For fifth semester:
Theory papers will be of 50 marks and practical (if any), will be of 25 marks. In the case of LLB questions will be of 50 marks in theory and 20 marks in internal assessment.
The notice further mentioned that conversion of marks to 100 for each paper will be done accordingly. A separate notification will be issued for the first semester (UG) and first and third semester (PG) examinations later.DMU to conduct semester exams