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EDUCATION FOR ALL
 Recognized By University Grants Commision (UGC)   Recog. by Distance Education Bureau (DEB) and Tripartite Committee of UGC-AICTE-DEC
Member of Association of Indian Universities (AIU)   Recog. by Bar Council of India (BCI)
the university

System of Evaluation

Attendance

It is most important criteria for eligibility of student to appear in course examination. It is vital component of MGU academics. A student has to attain aggregate attendance of minimum 80% for appearing in the Course examination (for both yearly & semester).

A relaxation of 10% in lieu of medical leaves is given to students, so in such cases the attendance requirement is lowered down to 70%. If aggregate attendance is below 60% then the student shall not be allowed to appear in examination (for both yearly & semester)

Lectures attended by students add to his/her understanding of the subject. Students appearance in examination is University’s decision. For genuine cases relief of attendance can be provide depending on situation and decision of the management.

Countinous Assesment

MGU education pattern includes continuous assessment of student throughout their course duration. This helps them in evaluating their performance before final examination as well increasing their knowledge about the subject.

Our assessment give students an idea of examination pattern. Under this practice, a student is asked to prepare and submit assignments, projects, term papers, home works followed by tests, design problems or case studies. The components of these assessments vary with the nature of the programme.

Semester Based System

For information technology, management courses exams are semester wise. (twice in a year). It includes written examination as well as practicals.

June - July Exam 1
December - January Exam 2

Yearly Based System

For engineering, professional, traditional & research courses exams are annually. (once in a year).These examinations are conducted by the University at end of term. It includes written examination as well as practicals.

June - July Term-End Exam
December - January Term-End Exam

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