Summer Course Rules and Regulations

Summer Course System in KTU
KTU Rules and Regulations of Summer Course

Students who could not earn the required minimum credits at the end of the second or fourth semester have two options to continue with the studies. They may register again for the courses, when they are offered in the next academic year. However, there is also a provision to run summer courses in failed courses for these students who may register and attend the course and write the final examination. This provision is only for students who have got 45% or more in the internal evaluation for the courses they attended in the regular semester.
Students should have 75% attendance in the summer course to write the examination.
For the final grading their internal evaluation marks obtained in the regular semester in which they had undergone the course shall be applicable. Summer courses are to be conducted for a minimum of 20 contact hours for each course. Summer courses are to be offered only at the end of the second and fourth semesters for the courses covered till that semester. They will be conducted either by all colleges or only by some, depending on the number of students registering for them. Details of summer courses planned will be announced by the colleges after the declaration of the even semester results. Final examination for summer courses will be conducted by the University. Based on the availability of faculty and the number of students opting for courses, it will be the prerogative of the colleges to decide on the summer courses to be offered.
The details of KTU summer course system can be expalined as
 Si No:
Non  eligibility  conditions
The  Conditions  for  registering  Summer  Course
1
Shortage  of  Attendance,  and
internal  marks  greater  than  or
equal  to  45%
Register  and  attend  Summer  Course  if  the  student
has  50%  or  more  attendance  in  the  regular  study.
75%  attendance  in  summer  course  is  mandatory.
Not  permitted  to  write  Internal  make  up  test*.
Shortage  of  Attendance  and
Internal  marks  less  than  45%,
but  greater  than  or  equal  to
35%
Register  and  attend  summer  course  if
1.  The  student  has  50%  or  more  attendance  and
2.  Internal  Marks  35%  and  more,  but  less  than
45%  in  the  regular  study.
3.  The  student  must  have  written  2  tests  as  per
ordinance  in  regular  study.
Requirements  in  Summer  Course:
1.  75%  attendance  is  mandatory  in  summer
course.
2.  Permitted  to  write  the  internal  make  up  test*.
The  marks  obtained  in  the  make  up  test  and  marks  of
one  test  in  the  regular  study  shall  be  considered  for
calculating  the  internal  marks.
Internal  marks  thus  obtained  will  be  limited  to  50%
of  maximum  internal  marks.
No  attendance  shortage  and
Internal  Marks  less  than  45%,
but  greater  than  or  equal  to
35%
Register  and  attend  summer  course  if
1.  The  student  has  35%  and  more,  but  less  than
45%  Internal  marks.
2.  The  student  must  have  written  2  tests  as  per
ordinance  in  regular  study.
Requirements  in  Summer  Course:
1.  75%  attendance  is  mandatory  in  summer
course.
2.  Permitted  to  write  the  internal  make  up  test*.
The  marks  obtained  in  the  make  up  test  and  marks  of
one  test  in  the  regular  study  shall  be  considered  for
calculating  the  internal  marks.
Internal  marks  thus  obtained  will  be  limited  to  50%
of  maximum  internal  marks.
These are the possible academic conditions of students under KTU who may directed to summer courses to gain eligibility to appear university examinations. Always remember when a student directed to summer course he/she will loose one regular chance to appear examination and they have to clear the course with one and only supplementary chance.
Students are advised to avoid this situation, this may bring adverse effect on your academics and you may failed to gain minimum credit requirement.


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