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1) Admission

i) Intake Capacity of admission to B.V.Sc. & A.H. degree course is 81 (Including 1 seat reserved for J & K)

2) Admission to B.V.Sc. & A.H. degree course is on merit of NEET – UG Exam.

3) 15% seats out of 80 seats are filled in by the Veterinary Council of India, New Delhi.

4) Reservation of seats is as follows

 

RESERVATION OF SEATS

Constitution categoryReservation

a) Scheduled Caste and 13.0%

SC Converted to Buddhism (SC)

b) Scheduled Tribes [ST] 7.0%

c) Vimukta Jati [VJ/DT(a)] 3.0%

(with Valid NCL certificate)

d) Nomadic Tribes [NT(b)] 2.5%

(with Valid NCL certificate)

e) Nomadic Tribes [NT(c)] 3.5%

(with Valid NCL certificate)

f) Nomadic Tribes [NT(d)] 2.0%

(with Valid NCL certificate)

g) Other Backward Classes [OBC] 19.0%

(with Valid NCL certificate)

TOTAL50.0%

  • 30%  seats shall be reserved for female candidates from unreserved as well as reserved category.
  • Physically Handicapped : 3% seats will be filled in from the total intake capacity as per their merit and as per the procedure laid down in GR dated: 11/07/2019.
  • Orphaned Candidate : 1% seats will be filled in from the total intake capacity as per GR dated : 11/07/2019
  • 2% seats shall be reserved for Special Backward Class (SBC) candidates and will be filled in during second round of admission at Step V [See Page No. 23 (xxiv)]
 

EXAMINATION AND RESULT

Examination and Evaluation:-


1) It shall be the responsibility of the teacher(s) or instructor(s) to ensure that the topics to be covered in the theory and practical in each course shall be recorded though a lecture or practical schedule and distributed to the students at the beginning of  each course and the Head of the Department or Dean shall ensure that the schedule is adhered to and alternate arrangements are made to cover up the loss in case of any eventualities of unavoidable reasons that lead to non-adherence of the above schedule.

2) Work distribution chart of each teacher shall be available with Dean’s office for inspection of the Council and in each subject, professors and senior teachers shall be actively involved in teaching, especially in conducting practical for degree course.

3) The examination shall be to assess whether the student has been able to achieve a level of competence and for academic assessment, evaluation of practical aspects of the curriculum shall receive much greater emphasis leading to separate examinations and requiring the student to secure a minimum of 50% marks, in theory as well as in practical, in each such examination.

4) The weightage of theory and practical shall be in the ratio of 60:40 respectively.

5) The distribution of marks for objective and subjective questions in each subject shall be in the ratio of 40:60 respectively in annual examinations provided the format of question paper in internal assessment shall be as per the choice of instructor(s).

6) The schedule of examination during Bachelor of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry course shall consist of internal assessment and annual examinations as detailed below, namely :-

Internal Assessment First

Second

Third

Course Coverage

30%

60%

90%

 

Max. Marks 40

Max. Marks 40

Max. Marks 40

 

Weightage 10

Weightage 10

Weightage 10

Annual examination

(Theory)

Paper – I

Paper – II

Max. Marks 100

Max. Marks 100

Weightage 20

Weightage 20

Annual examination

(Practical)

Paper – I

Paper – II

Max. Marks 60

Max. Marks 60

Weightage 20

Weightage 20

 

7) There shall be four professional examinations- one each after 1 st, 2 nd, and 3 rd year and the fourth after one and half year and these professional examinations shall have only the theory component with external system and the practical component shall be dealt with internally.

8) The examination for Livestock Farm Complex and Veterinary Clinical Complex shall be conducted twice a year i.e. first practical exam after completion of 50% syllabus and the second one, when the course in completed but the second exam shall comprise of entire syllabus and annual professional examination shall be held after the completion of 100% course content in each subject and the result of the best of two internal assessments shall be accounted for.

9) The evaluation of answer books on internal examinations shall be done by the concerned teacher(s) whereas evaluation of answer books of annual theory examinations shall be done by the external examiner(s).

10) The practical examinations shall be conducted by a Board of Examiners consisting of concerned Head of the Department, teacher(s) and representative of the Dean and the teachers while evaluation practical shall take into account the followings, namely:-

(i) a record or log book maintained by each students as practical records;

(ii) written test or observation and recording of the skill with which each executes the practical:

(iii) assessment of the comprehensive skill and knowledge of each student through an oral examination (viva-voce).

11) The answer-books of internal assessment shall be shown to students and the records of internal assessment as well as that of annual practical examination shall be submitted to controller of Examination.

12) The Practical manuals shall be prepared by the respective departments of each subject.

13) The duration of internal assessment shall be atleast one hour whereas the duration of annual theory examination shall be three hours and one month prior to the commencement of annual examinations the best of two internal assessment marks shall be submitted by the instructor through the Head of the Controller of Examination or Registrar.

14) The annual theory examination(s) shall be conducted by inviting the question paper form appointment papers setter(s) and paper setter shall be provided the courses and syllabus prescribed by the Veterinary Council of India including details course outline and the paper setter shall be request to prepare two sets of question subject, each for main and compartment examinations (if any).

15) The internal assessment shall be conducted by the concerned instructor(s) during free period without affecting the teaching schedule provided the annual examinations shall be held on such dates, time and place as the university may determine and shall be completed in time so that the results are announced before the onset of the ensuing academic year.

16) The Schedule of annual examinations shall be adhered to strictly and no re-examination shall be allowed in events of students’ strike, boycott, walkouts, medical grounds or what-so-ever may be the reason.

17) The compartment examination shall be conducted within twenty calendar days of subsequent year registration.
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