1. What is the procedure to be followed
in case of loss of Examination documents like Admit Card,
Identity Card, etc?
No student is permitted to
appear in the examination without the Admit Card and Identity
Card. Please note that, any case of last minute loss of
documents i.e. ID Card or Admit Card should be reported to the
University immediately. The student is required to file an FIR
and forward an affidavit for the loss to the Controller of
Examinations (COE). Further, he/she has to take a written
permission from COE for appearing in the examination. His/her
result will not be published, if he/she appears without the
permission of COE and also, until the matter is regularized.
Immediately after the examination, he/she shall obtain a new ID
card by sending the format available in the website along with a
copy of the above documents to the Registrar.
2. What is the procedure if mistake is
committed while filling the Re-sitting Application Form?
A student should be careful
while he/she fills the application form. Admit Card is issued
according to the application form filled by the student. In
case, a student has committed any mistake, he/she should
immediately bring it to the notice of the Registrar / COE
through his/her ENCC. The university reserves the right to
accept or reject such requests.
3. What is the procedure for obtaining
Examination Center Transfer?
The request has to reach the
University at least 2 months before the university examinations.
Following procedures has to be followed
- Send an application stating that examination center
change is required.
- Obtain the NOC of the ENC Centre where registered.
- Provide the reasons for requesting examination center
- Provide the proof of the reason, if available.
- Enclose Demand Draft favoring EIILM University as
prescribed in the form.
The university reserves the right to accept or
reject such requests.
4. What are the consequences of making a
mistake in the Answer Sheet (e.g. Roll No. or Subject Code
A student has to strictly
adhere to the rules mentioned in the Question Paper. However,
the student shall forward a written request for the mistake
committed and the changes required. The results will not be
published in all such cases. University is empowered to accept
the request or otherwise.
5. What are the Consequences of appearing
in the examination without Admit Card?
Student cannot appear in the
examination without the Admit Card. If the student has appeared
in the examination without the Admit Card, then his/her result
will not be published and suitable action will be initiated
against the student.
6. Why do two Semester Subjects clash in
the Examination Time Table?
The problem basically arises
for students who have accumulated too many backlog papers. The
examination time table is drawn to enable regular students to
appear for the even or odd semesters. However, there may be
students who have accumulated backlogs of their previous even
and odd semesters. Thus, there could be a case where the paper
for even semester from the backlog may clash with another paper
of another even semester. Similar could be the case for odd
semester papers. There is no provision for appearing in two
separate papers in the same session on a particular day.
7. What is clash of Papers? How to avoid?
Unlike other vertical
programmes re-registration to the higher semesters in EIILM
University is not linked to clearance of the previous semesters.
The structure also provides ample chance to the student to clear
the backlog papers. A student gets two consecutive chances to
clear a paper except in case of lateral entry.
The grouping of the subjects permits a student to appear in the
backlog papers in every alternative semester. For instance a
backlog paper of I semester can be taken with II Semester IV
Semester and VI semester hence he/she gets 4 chances to appear
for a subject. In case of lateral entry cases 3 chances. In
every backlog paper a student gets a minimum of two consecutive
The Schedule of the examination is such that the all ODD
semester examinations are held together. Similarly, EVEN
semester examinations are grouped together. This system enables
a student to appear in the papers in respect of two semesters
provided the combination of the semester is ODD and EVEN. While
filling the re-sitting applications for the back papers, the
students should meticulously plan as to which papers they would
like to appear when ever there is a clash of papers due to above
reason. Please note that the university will issue the admit
card for all the backlog papers as requested in the re-sitting
application submitted by the student irrespective of the fact as
to whether the paper clashes or not. However, the student will
be permitted to appear in any one of the paper of his choice. To
conclude, it is emphasized that the system provides adequate
opportunity to the student to clear the backlog papers.
8. When are the Supplementary
There are no separate
Supplementary Examinations. The Supplementary Examinations will
be held along with the regular examinations. The exact dates
will be published in the website prior to the commencement of
9. What is the passing percentage?
Evaluation system is as
- Internal Assessment (continuous evaluation) -
- Practical Examination - as
- Term End Examination - 60
Each paper shall consist of 100 marks.
Continuous evaluation is done through assignments, practical
and viva at the respective Centre where the candidates have
enrolled. Final examination will be conducted by the EIILM
University at the end of the semester. A candidate's performance
will be evaluated based on internal assessment and final
examination independent of each other.
Candidates are required to pass Internal / External examination
separately by securing atleast 40% minimum marks in each segment
and 40% in aggregate for passing of the Semester.
10. What is meant by Internal Assessment
The students are given
assignments and are also expected to attend practical classes
which need to be completed and submitted to the ENC centre as
part of Internal Assessment. The faculty at centre will evaluate
these assignments, practical logs and assign marks based on the
performance to each individual student.
11. Who does the Evaluation for Internal
The faculty at ENC centre
does the evaluation for Internal Assessment.
12. Who evaluates our university
EIILM University evaluates
the examination papers.
13. When will the Results be declared?
Results will be declared
within 6 to 8 weeks after the examination.
14. What are the consequences of skipping
The student is required to
clear all the papers of the course with in the prescribed time
as mentioned in the prospectus/admission documents at the time
of taking admission. The time available to a student to clear
the course is double of normal duration.
- A student who joins MCA I semester. The minimum duration
required to complete the course is 3 years. The maximum time
available to complete the course is 6 years.
- A student who takes lateral entry admission to MCA III
semester. The minimum duration required to complete the
course is 2 years. The maximum time available to complete
the course is 4 years.
15. The number of chances a Student gets
to clear the subject?
The structure of EIILM
programmes is versatile and provides ample opportunity to the
students to complete the course without loss of semesters due to
backlog papers. Unlike other vertical programmes re-registration
to the higher semester is not linked to clearance of the
previous semesters. The structure also provides ample chance to
the student to clear the backlog papers. A student gets two
consecutive chances to clear a paper except in case of lateral
entry. As far as the lateral entry is concerned please note that
the provision itself is applicable assuming that the student has
the domain knowledge of the subject by virtue of his
qualification. Hence, the system expects the student to clear
the lateral entry paper in first sitting itself.
The grouping of the subject permits a student to appear in the
backlog papers in every alternative semester. For instance, a
backlog paper of I semester can be taken with II Semester, IV
Semester and VI semester hence he gets 4 chances to clear the
subject. In case of lateral entry cases 3 chances are available.
In every backlog paper a student gets a minimum of two
To conclude, it is emphasized that the system provides adequate
opportunity to the student to clear the backlog papers. The
scheme of the University doesn't provide supplementary
examination in view of above reasons.
16. Why are the old Question Papers not
provided by the university?
Reasons for the non
provision of the old Question Papers to Students and Center:
providing question papers has a great disadvantage in that
it curbs the multi dimensional approach of the learner to the
subjects. It is very important to let the learners have a
wholesome approach to the subject wherein the learner grasps the
subject given in the learning material by understanding the
subject rather than by cramming the same by rote. Students are
expected to adopt a learning-centric approach to the studies and
are advised not to follow 'guide' pattern of answering. The
strength of our evaluation process and the course is in
generating the habit of self-analysis and comprehension by the
students. Based on the learning materials and associated subject
materials, you are advised to formulate number of questions in
the pattern as per the sample questions and build up your
17. When will we receive the Marks Card?
Once the results are
announced a centre-wise result sheet is sent to the ENC centers.
Within one month, the individual marks card will also be
dispatched to the centre for distribution to the students.