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FINAL EXAMINATION
« Reply #10 on: May 03, 2008, 06:57:02 PM »
FINAL EXAMINATION

    *         A Final Examination shall be arranged by the Chairperson of Computer Science Department at the end of each semester.
    *         A student must get at least 50% marks in internal assessment and final Examination combined, to be declared as successful in a course. He/She will qualify the semester if he/she gets 2.00 SGPA.
    *         In case a candidate is failing by one mark in a course he/she may be given   ONE grace mark by the Controller of Examinations.
    *         If SGPA of a student falls below 2.0, the student will be placed on probation during the next semester. If he/she fails to improve the SGPA up to the required level at the end of the semester of probation, he/she will be dropped from the program.
    *         A student who fails to score 50% marks, in internal assessment and final examination combined, in One or Two courses may be allowed one chance  to appear in Re-sit Examination in courses in which he/she failed. The Re-sit  Examination  of the Fall Semester will be held before the Mid Term Examination of the next Spring Semester and that of the Spring Semester  will be held before the start of the next Fall Semester. The weightage of   Re-sit Examination will be 50% and remaining 50% will be the same as obtained by the student in Mid Term and Term work combined.
    *         If a student fails or remains absent in the Re-sit Examination, he/she will be required to repeat these course(s) in which he/she failed or remained absent whenever next time offered. At most two chances will be available for this purpose.
    *         In case a student fails in more than two courses, he/she will have to repeat the whole semester.
    *         A student may get a break of one or two semesters with the permission of the Departmental Academic Committee.

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Final Project
« Reply #11 on: May 03, 2008, 06:57:52 PM »
Final Project

    *   Final Project is a compulsory requirement for BS (CS).
    *   The Final Project will be of 08 Credit Hours.
    *   The Final Project will be given to the students in Semester VII and it will be completed in semester VIII.
    *   There shall be a panel of External Examiners for Final Projects. The project       supervisor will be the Internal Examiner and the External Examiner will be        appointed by the Vice Chancellor on the recommendation of Departmental Academic Committee.
    *   The Final Project will normally be submitted within 30 days after the last day of written Final Examination of Semester VIII.
    *   The External Examiner shall finish his/her evaluation work within 10 days after the receipt of the Final Project. The Chairperson Department of Computer Science will fix the date for VIVAVOCE of the Final Project.
    *   A student should score at least 50% marks for the approval of the Final Project. The Examiners may recommend a revision and One time Re-submission of the Final Project, in case the Project in not up to the standard. The short comings should be conveyed to the student in writing by the Chairperson Department of Computer Science on recommendation of the examiners.
    *   The student shall re-submit the Final Project to the Chairperson Department of Computer Science after making the changes proposed by the Examiners within specified period. The chairperson Department of Computer Science will make appropriate arrangements for re-evaluation as required.
    *   The result of VIVA VOCE shall be sent to the Controller of Examinations by the Chairperson Department of Computer Science soon after the VIVA VOCE Examination.
    *   The Final Project, which has been accepted after evaluation, shall become the property of the Government College University Lahore. One copy shall be kept in the Departmental Library and one in the Main Library.