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Department of Arabic Faculty of Humanities & Languages Jamia Millia Islamia New Delhi-110025

B.A. (Hons. & Pass) SYLLABUS (w.e.f. 2008)

INTRODUCTION • Arabic in Jamia Millia Islamia has been one of the subjects which were introduced at the under graduate level at the earliest stage. However, its teaching at post-graduate level stated in 1976 as one of the three disciplines of the erstwhile Department of Islamic & Arab-Iranian Studies. The Department of Arabic as an independent unit was established only in 1988. At present the Department conducts different courses such as B.A. (Pass) and Honours, M.A. and Part - Time Evening Courses namely Certificate, Diploma and Advanced Diploma in Modem Arabic, Besides, it also enrolls scholars for Ph.D. Course on variety of subjects relevant to Arabic language and literature. Till date 30 scholars have been awarded Ph.D. Degree. One of the unique features of the courses designed for various levels of study is the special thrust on the need to create considerable efficiency in writing and speaking in Arabic among the student. Translation/ Interpretation from English into Arabic and vice-versa is another aspect which is given special attention at various levels of teaching. FACULTY Professors: Z.A. Farooqi Author of

Recipient of Edited Published

Fazil-e-Deoband, M.A. (Delhi), Ph.D. (Jamie). (I) Contribution of Darul Uloom Deaband to Arabic literature. Teach Yourself Arabic. Ek Ilmi wa Adabi Mutala'a Arabi Shaeri ki Nal Awazen (co-author). Arabic Lessons for Beginners (Certificate Course for NCPUL) (6) Arabic Reader for Secondary School Students of National Open Schooling, New Delhi (co-author). President's Certificate of Honour. Arabic Journal "Thaqafatul Hind" of ICCR for five years. Articles/translations on various topics.

Shafiq Ahmad Kh an Nadwi MA., D.W.A.S., PhD. (Alig), M.A. TANA. (Khartoum). Author of (/) A complete course in functional Arabic (4 volumes), sponsored by N.C.P.U.L., Ministry of H.R.D. (co-author in 4 volumes). Basic Arabic For Non-Arabic speakers. (co-author in 3 volumes) Arabic Reader for Secondary School Students of National Institute of Open Schooling, New Delhi. (co-author). Recipient of President's Certificate of Honour. Published Articles on various topics related to Arabic language and literature as well as Islamic culture. Journal of Arabic Literature; Dept. of Arabic, Edited (2002). R.I. Faynan Author of S.M. Khalid Ali

Published

M.A. (Delhi) Essential Arabic: A Learner's Practical Guide. Alimiat, Fazilat (Jamiat-ul-Falah), M.A., Ph.D. (Jamie). (I )Arabic Language and literature: A Historical study. (2)A short review of India's contribution to the scienc+ of Hadith. Articles/Translations on various topics.

Farhana Siddiqui M.A. (Jamia, PGDTA., M Lit (CIEFL, liyd.) Ph.D. (Junta). (I ) Nazik al Malaika: Her Literal) and Poetic works. Author Contribution of Women To Arabic Literature. A complete course in Functional Arabic, sponsored by N.C.P.UL. Ministry of H.R.D. (co-author). Role of Women in the Development of Arabic language & literature through the ages. Arabic Lessons for Beginners sponsored (aaa r14-al 74.9.r•-11 ua.i...t ) by NCPUL (co-author). Articles/Translations on various topics. • Published Mohammad Ayub Nadwi: M.A. (English) (Jamia), M.A. Arabic, M.Phil., Ph.D. (Delhi Univ.). (I) Arabic Journalism in India Author Al-Mujtanta-u1.1slami. Mohammad El-Hasani: Life & Works. Modem Arabic Poets and Poetry. Naguib Mahfouz: A Novelist. Arabic Reader for Secondary School, N.1.O.S. (co-author). Basic Arabic for Non-Arabic Speakers (co-author). Articles/Translations on various topics. Published Reader: Habibullah Khan M.A. (J.N.U.). Ph.D. (Lucknow). Arabic Translaiion in India After Independence. Author of Teach Yourself Arabic. A complete course in Functional Arabic, sponsored by N.C.P.U.L, Ministry of H.R.D. ArabicLessonsforBeginnerssponsored (awl: n-WIALYB.r1) by NCPUL Articles/Translations on various topics. Published Senior Lecturers: Abdul Majid Qazi Fazil (Nadwa). M.A., M.Phil, Ph.D. (Aligarh) Author of (I) The Artistic Merits of Quranic Style (2) Arabic I twins for Beginners sponsored (045-174.11;.-ht."-110.°J.t) by NCPUL (co-author). Published Articles/Translations on various topics. Recipient of President's Badrayan Vyas Samman Nasim Mum Mad wi M.A., Phil., Ph.D. (J.N.U.). Author (I) 4th Volume of Functional Arabic, sponsored by N.C.P.U.L, Ministry of H.R.D. (co-author) (2) Basic Arabic for Non-Arabic Speakers (2 Volumes) (co-author). Articles/Translations on various topics. Published Lecturer Fauzan Ahmad Published

Alimiat (Jamia Salafia) M.A.. Ph.D. (Jamia). Articles on topics related to Arabic language & literature. 2

B. A. (Honours) Arabic There v4I1 be nine written papers of three hours' duration and one paper of Oral Expression with Viva-Voce according to the following scheme:

1st Year Paper 1

: Grammar andTranslation

100 marks

Find Year Paper II

:GrammanTransiation

100 marks

: Prose and Poetry

100 marks

:Translation

100 marks

Paper III

Mrd Year Paper IV Paper V

: History ofArabic Literature and Arab Culture and Civilization

100 maths

Paper VI

: ModernArabic Prose: Fiction and Drama 100 marks

Paper VII

: Contemporary & Modem Arabic Poetry100 marks

Paper VIII : Rhetorics

100 marks

Paper IX

: Written Expression

100 marks

Paper X

: Oral Expression and Viva-Voce

100 marks

B.A. (Honours) Arabic PART-1 Paper 1: Grammar and Translation 40 Marks

A. Grammar: ' Unit — 1: Nominal Sentences etc:

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15 Marks

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Unit — 2: Verbal Sentences etc:

15 Marks

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LrisAll Jag Jai arell Jan astil Unit 3: Preposition & miscellaneous:

.21 .22 .23 .24

10 Marks

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B. Translation: Simple sentences based on the above-mentioned 60 Marks grammar and exercises. Unit — 4: Arabic into English:

30 Marks

Unit —5: English into Arabic:

30 Marks

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B.A. (Honours) Arabic PART- II Unit 2: Paper II: Grammar and Translation A. Grammar:

40 Marks

Unit 1:

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B.A. (Honours) Arabic Part-III Paper IV: Translation Marks 100 A general introduction to the art of translation and use of selected oaterial from English and Arabic newspapers on a variety of subjects. It will be covered under five units as per details below: Unit-1: •

English-Arabic (Political)

25

Unit-2:

English-Arabic (Socio-Economic)

25

Unit-3:

Arabic-English (Political)

20

Unit-4:

Arabic-Eriglish (Socio-Economic)

20

Unit-5:

Scientific & Technical terminologies (English & Arabic)

10

12

B.A. Honours Arabic Part-III Paper V: History of Arabic Literature & Arab Culture and Civilization. Marks: 100 Unit-1:Geography, history, society and culture of Arab. Unit-2:Pre-Islamic and Islamic Periods: a. Arabic Language: An Introductions. Pre-Islamic Poetry Muallaqat Eminent Poets: (Imraul Qais, Zuhair, Arm b Kulthum). Impact of Quran on Arabic Literature. 1. Poetry in early Islamic period (Hassan .b. Thabit, Abdullab .b. Rawaha, Kab .b. Zuhair and Khansa). Unit-3:Umayyad Period: Islamic sciences (Hadith, Fiqh and Tafsir etc) Poetry in Umayyad Period & eminent poets: (Jarir, Farazdaq, Akhtal, Umar b Abi Rabiah, Jamil and Kuthaiyir Azzah). Unit-4:Abbasid Period & Andalus (Muslim Spain). Eminent Prose Writers (Ibnul Muqaffa, Jahiz, Ibnul Ameed and Qadi Fadhil). Maqamat (Hariri and Hamdani). c. Poetry & eminent Poets: (Abu Tammam, Buhtari, Mutanabbi and Ma'arri). d. Poetry of Andalus Muwashshahat. Zajal. 13



Unit-5: Modern Period Napoleon's invasion (1798 A.D.) Press and institutions in Egypt Western influence The Dawn of Arab Renaissance e. Development of Modem Arabic Prose E Modem Arabic Poetry: Shauqi,Hafiz, Barudi,Sabri,Mutran. g. Introduction to Mahjarite Literature. Books recommended: 1. Nicholson 2. Dr. K.A.Fariq

A literary History of Arabs History of Arabic Literature (2 Volumes)

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PART-III • Contemporary and Modern Poetry. Marks: 100

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B.A. Honours Arabic Part III Paper IX: Written Expression 100 Marks Unit 1: Letter and application writing.

20

Unit 2: Essay writing.

20

Unit 3: Précis writing.

20

Unit 4: Book Review.

20

Unit 5: Reports.

20

Books Recommended: A us Jral wi cut) .311.11

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B:A Honours Arabic Part III Paper X: Oral Expression & Viva Voce 100 Marks Oral Expression: Unit 1: Conversation, related to daily life.

10

Unit 2: Interpretation from English into Arabic.

10

Unit 3: Interpretation from Arabic into English.

10

Unit 4: Oratory, debates (set and extempore) on social, political, literary and economic issues

10

Unit 5: Group discussion on social, political, literary and economic issues.

10

Viva-Voce

50

20

B. A. Arabic (Pass and Subsidiary) There will be five written papers for B. A. Pass Course and three papers for Subsidiary Course of three hours' duration. each canying 100 marlcs according to the following scheme:

1st Year Paper I

: Prosesvid2Appliod Gramm/net (for Pass and Subsidiary)

Und Year Paper II

:Grammarthanslation (for Pass and Subsidiary)

Paper III

: Prose and Poetry (for Pass and Subsidiary)

Mad Year Paper IV

Paper V

:Translation/Essay

:History ofArabic Literature (for Pass course only)

21

B.A (Pass/Subsidiary) Arabic Part -1 Paper 1: Prose with Applied Grammar 60 marks

A - Prose

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in the above mentioned lessons.

40 Marks

Unit- 4 lat:1-11 las-÷-11 ei-a* (2) 1 -34411 J-is. (3) .)-41-11 , 4.42, (5) kin ca.,.-"i1_, a..ka (4) kisit (6) caili

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B.A. (Pass /Subsidiary) Arabic Part II Paper II: Grammar & Translation. 40 marks

A. Grammar: Unit -I

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B. Translation:



60 Marks

Unit — 4: From Arabic into English/Urdu Unit — 5: From English into Arabic



30 Marks 30 Marks

Simple sentences based on the above-mentioned grammar and exercises and vocabulary used in the following books. Books Recommended: ;et jilt

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Paper. III: Prose And Poetry A: Prose

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B.A Pass Arabic Part III

Paper IV: Translation &Essay Unit-I: Translation of simple general news items from English into Arabic.

25 Marks

Unit-2: Translation of simple general news items from Arabic into English/Urdu

25 Marks

Unit-3: Short notes on selected themes.

15 Marks

Unit-0: Essays on current topics.

25 Marks

Unit-5: General vocabularies (English/Urdu &Arabic)

10 Marks

29

B.A. Pass Arabic PART III

Paper V: History of Arabic Literature Unit —1: Pre-Islamic Period: Pre-Islamic Poetry- A general review Muallaqat- an introduction Eminent Nets: ( Imraul Qais, Zuhair, Amr b. Kulthum).

Unit — 2: Islamic Period: Impact of Holy Quran on Arabic Literature. Poetry in Islamic Period & Eminent Poets (Hassan, ICab.b. Zuhair, Khansa). Unit — 3: Umayyad Period: Poetry in Umayyad Period & Eminent Poets: (UM, Faraidaq, Akhtal, Umar bin Abi Rabiah, Jamil & Kuthaiyir Azzah).

29

Unitr 4: Abbasid Period: Eminent Prose Writers: ( Ibnul Muqaffa, Jahiz, Ibnul Amend and Qadhi Fadhil) Maqamat: ( Hariri and Harndani c Poetry and Eminent Poets:(Abu Tammam, Buhturi, Mutanabbi and Ma'ani) Unit — 5: Modern Period: The Dawn of Arab Renaissance Modern poetry: Barudi, Shouqi, Mutran. Fiction: Tawfiq-al- Hakim & Najib Mahfooz Books recommended: A Literary history of Arabs Nicholson Modern Arabic Literature

Dr. Ismat Mahadi

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THE UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS (Relevant extracts from Ordinance X)

Attendance (for Regular Students) 2.1 A Candidate shall be deemed to have under-gone a regular course of study in the University, if he/she has attended at least 75% in the aggregate of lectures, tutorials and practicals in order to be eligible to appear at the Examination. Provided that the Majlis-i- Talimi (Academic Council) may, in special circumstances, condone any shortage in such attendance except otherwise provided by the Academic Council. 2.2 A relmcatiOn to the maximum extent of 15% of the total attendance Shall be accorded to student on account of sickness, participation in university functions and the prescribed Educational Tours Field Trips Field work provided that the attendance record, duly counter signed by the Teacher incharge, is sent to the Head of the Department eoncemed/PrincipaL University Polytechnic within two weeks of the function/activity etc. Provided further in case of sickness/medical disability an application for the condonation shall be supported by a medical certificate issued by a registered Medical Practitioner/Public Hospital and duly authenticated by the Ansari Health Centre of MI Such applications-must be submitted either during the period of treatment/hospitalisation or within two weeks following recovery.

12. Time limit for passing an Examination No person shall be allowed to appear in the Examination after the expiry of the periods specified against each Course, noted below:

Maximum Duration in years. (After admission to the course)

Name of the Course

Prev/First Year

Faculty of Humanities and Languages B.A.Hions.)

31

4 6

Grace Marks: If the Examination Committee considers it necessary, it may award grace marks on the following pattern: 20.1 A maximum of three (3) grace marks in all Courses of the University. Provided that the system of awarding grace marks shall not be applicable to Courses, where grades are awarded. 202 Grace marks shall be given only to those candidates, who by obtaining than are able to either pass the Examination or secure a Compartment or panting the divisions. The award of grace marks shall be at the discretion of the Examination Committee and no appeal in this regard shall be entertained 20.3 Only minimum grace marks, as required to pass the Examination or to secure a Compartment, shall be awarded. 20.4 The grace marks awarded shall not be counted in computing the percentage or Grand total or aggregate. Improvement of the Division: Unless otherwise provided, a candidate will be allowed to appear at the Examination to improve upon his/her performance in the Examination held in the preceding year. If a candidate appears at the Examination in order to improve upon his/her previous marks of the same Subject/Paper, higher marks as obtained in his/her two such Examinations shall be taken into account for determination of his/her final result. OW A candidate desiring to improve his/her Percentage of Marks will have to submit an application to the Controller of Examinations latest by 15th September of the Year in Which he/she passed the Subject/Paper, or as notified by the Controller of Examinations. (iv) To improve upon the Division or Percentage of Marks, a candidate maybe allowed to appear at the next Annual Examination only in Paper (s) concerned. 32

) The syllabus of the Examination will be the same as the one prescribed for the year, when the candidate appeared at the Examination in the Paper concerned. 21 A. Students of Class B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. (Pass/Hous)/B.C.A., B.B.S., B.I.B.F., B.Sc. Instrumentation, M.A/MScJM.S.SJM.Sc. (Elect)/ M.ComJM.Ed.AL.B. applying for improvement in one paper not more than once. 21 A I A student may appear for improvement in any paper in next higher class only without any breakigap in study of the course i.e. a first year paper can be improved in the second year only, not in 21 A.2 (i) The 1st year arid [Ind year students of B AJB.Sc./B.Com (pass/ions), B.C.A., B.B.S.. B.I.B.F, B.StInstrumentation & LL.B. and M.A./M.Se./ M.Com / M.S.S/M.Sc.(Elect.) both previous and Final shall be allowed to appear for improvement only at the time of Annual Examination. In case of•M.S.S./M.Se.(Electronics), the improvement for the paper(s) of I & II semester shall be allowed along with the Ill & IV semester, respectively. (iii Final year students B A/B SUB Com. (Pass/Hons)/B.C.A.,B.B.S., B.I.B.F LL.B., standard )(and standard XII may be allowed to attempt improvement along with the Comptt. Examinations. •

21 A.3 The better of the two marks obtained by a student in both attempts will be considered as final and conclusive. In case of students who apply for improvement but do not appear in paper/papers their previous marks in the said paper/papers shall be counted. 21 A.4 (i) If a student of 'final year desires to appear for improvement at the time of the next Annual Examination, he will not be granted admission to a higher class. (ii) Students who have already secured admission on the basis of their unimproved marks are eligible to appear for improvement at the time of Comptt. examination only where improvement is permitted along with comptt. examination as per rule 2(b) above. 33

2IA.5 The student will have to appear-in the improvement examination on the basis of the current syllabus in the same paper. However if the paper has been changed (Title and contents) then the student would appear as per the old syllabus of the paper. 21A.6 No chance for improvement in the practical, Field work, Viva-voce, sessional, internal Assessment and Dissertation will be given. Retotalling of Answer Scripts: 22.1 The marks of the candidate shall be retotalled on an application received from the candidate on payment of the prescribed fee per Paper. The tabove Fee will be ref Coded, if the total is found to be incorrect 222 No application for retotalling shall be entertained, unless it is made within fifteen days of the publication of the result Re-Evaluation of Answer Script: 23.1 (i) Any candidate, intending to apply for re-evaluation of answer scripts (s) of any Paper/Subject of his/her written Examination, may do so on the prescribed Application Form within 15 days from the date of issue of marks sheet. (ii) The re-evaluation of scripts will not be allowed in more than one third of written Papers of an Annual Examination. 232 Each application for re-evaluation shall be accompanied by the original Statement of Marks issued to the candidate. 23.3 Re-evaluation shall not be permitted in the case of Practical Examinations, viva voce, Project Report, Sessionals/Intemal Assessment and Dissertation, as also the answer scripts of any Examination which have already been valued in fill by Joint Examiners/Board of Examiners. 23.4 The candidate applying for re-evaluation shall be required to pay the prescribed Fee per Paper or part thereof; No refund shall be made in any case except if marks increased more than 20%, in a paper/subject. •23.5 The Controller of Examinations will select an Examiner for revaluation from amongst a panel of at least three Examiners in each paper 34

recommended by the Board 'of Studies. The said panel shall exclude the name of the initial examiner. 23 6 The merit list, declared in the results of the respective Examination shall not be prejudiced owing to re-evaluation of scripts. 23.7 If there be any change in the result of the Examination due to reevaluation of answer scripts, no examinee can complain in the Court of Law. nor any action can be initiated against the Examiner (s) concerned. 23 8 (i) I f the award of the Re-evaluator (second Examiner) varies from the original award up to and including + -5% of the maximum marks secured earlier, the original award shall stand. If the award of the Re-evaluator varies from the original award up to and including -+20% of the maximum marks secured earlier, then the answer script shall be sent to the second re-evaluator (Third Examiner). The average otthe marks awarded by the Second and Third Examiners shall be final. 23.9 All eases of re-evaluation of scripts shall be repolled to the Examination'Committee. 23.10 Applications for re-evaluation of answer scripts only for Annual Examination shall be accepted. 23.11 Answer scripts of those examinees wbo appeared for improvement of division or Percentage of Marks shall be final and shall not be subject to reevaluation.

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(Vide Para 14 of Ordinance X)

ANNEXURE X-B

Pass Percentage and Promotion of Candidates: (i) M.A./M.Com: 33% marks in each Paper or Part thereof; 40% marks in Viva-Voce/ Project/ Dissertation (if any); 33% marks in Internal Assessment of each paper (if any); and 40% marks in the aggregate of each Part. (ii) M.Sc. (Including M.A. Geography): 33% marks in each Paper or Part thereof; 40% marks in Practical/ Project/ Viva-Voce/Dissertation; 33% marks in the Internal Assessment of each Paper (if any); and 40% marks in the aggregate of each Part. B.AJB.Sc. (Pass): 33% marks in each Compulsory Paper; - 33% marks in each paper (qualifying marks); 33% marks in Practical and Viva-Voce (if any); 33% marks in each subject; and 40% marks in the aggregate of all Parts. B.A.M.Com. (Hons.)/B.B.S.: 33% marks in each Compulsory Paper, except General English; 33% marks in each Honours Paper (qualifying marks); 33% marks in each Subsidiary Paper (qualifying Papers); 33% marks in Practical/hitenal Viva-Voce Assessment (if any): 33% marks in each Subject (lions. and Subsidiary); 33% marks in General English of each Part; 40% marks in the aggregate of the subsidiary subjects of Parts I & II; and 40% marks in the aggregate of the Main Subject of all Parts. (b) Division: (i) B.AJB.Sc. (Pass): Division shall be assigned to the successful candidates on the basis of the aggregate marks obtained in Parts I, II and III Examinations by the candidate in the Optional Subject and General English.

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For B Sc (Pass) the division will be assigned only of the aggregate marks obtained in Science Subject. A candidate who is declared passed and obtained the required percentage of marks in the aggregate, shall be placed in the following Division. 75% of marks or more in Papers) -Distinction in the paper (s) in which the student obtains 75% of marks or more 60% of marks or more -First Division Less than 60%, but not less than 50% of marks -Second Division -Third Division Less than 50% but not less than 40% of marks (ii) B.AJ13.Se./B.Com.(Hons.) and B.C.AJBASJB.I.B.FJB.Se. nslnnnentation "For B.A.B. Com. B. Sc/ (Hons.) courses, the division shall be awarded on the basis of the total of the main and subsidiary subjects" A candidate, who is declared passed and obtained the required percentage of marks in the aggregate shall be placed in the following Division: 75% of marks or more in Papeds) -Distinction in the paper(s), in which the student obtains 75% of marks or more 60% of mark or more -First Division -Second Division Less than 60% but not less than 50% of marks -Pass Less than 50% but not less than 40% marks (c) Compartmental Lamination: (i) B.A./B.Sc. (Pass) Part 1/11/111: There will be no compartmental exam for Part I & II. A candidate who has not passed the B.A./B.Sc. (Pass), Part III, Examination, but has secured not less than 33% df marks in at least one of the Optional Subject and at least 25% of marks in the aggregate of Optional Subjects of Part III, will be permitted to appear at the Compartmental Examination in those Papers in which he/she has not secured at least 33% of marks. 37

Candidates who have passed all papers of Part I/II and III but not secured required aggregate, shall be permitted to appear after following Compartmental exams in those two papers of Part III in which he/she sect= lowest marks, Candidates who fail to clear their paper(s) of Part MI and passed all papers of Part III or get compartment in Part In will be allowed to clear those papers at the next Comparmiental exam only once. After that they will be permitted to appear in the annual examination only. (ii) B.A./B. Sc/B. Com . (Hons.)/B.C.AJB.B.SJB.I.B.FJ B.Sc. Plstrumentation, Part I, II, HI: There will be no compartmental exam for Part I MI. A candidate of B.AJB.Sc113.Comalons.)/BCAMBS/BIBF Part III Examination will be permitted to appear at the Compartmental Examination in those Papers in which he/she has not secured at least 36% of marks, if he/she fails in the papers noted below: BAJII.Se. (Hons.) /B.Sc. Instrumentation Part I/II. (Other than BA. (Hons.) in Social Work) Passing in at least one of the subjects (Main or Subsidiary) and securing at lease 25% marks in the aggregate (Main and Subsidiary Subjects). B A / B Sc. B.Com: (lions) IBCA/BBS/BIBF/ B.Sc. Instnunentation Part III and B.A. (Hons.) in Social work, Part I/HMI. Failing in any three Papers, of Part III securing at least 25% in the aggregate. Candidates who fail to clear their paper(s) of Part I/11 and passed all papers of Part III or get compartment in Part III will be allowed to clear those papers at the next Compartmental exam only once. After that they will be permitted to appear in the annual examination only. (iii) The Pass percentage in the Compartmental Examination will be the same as stated above. 38

(iv) An eligible candidate, who does not appear or fails at the Compartmental Examination, may appear at the next Annual Examination as an Ex-Student and will pass all the Papers he/she was required to pass at the previous Compartmental Examination. Note: (1) If there is only one Paper in a Subject in any year, the Paper shall be treated as a Subject. For the purpose of placing a candidate in the Compartmental Examination, the performance in Compulsory SUbjects will not be considered. But a candidate has to obtain qualifying mark in Compulsory subjects for the award of the Degree, Practical Examination or Dissertation/Projector Viva- Voce Examination will not be held spin, if the candidate has secured at least passing marks in his/her earlier Examination. (d) A student of Ist year of any Course who is detained due to shortage of attendance will no longer remain the student of the faculty/department Such student will have to seek fresh admission and will be required to go through

entire process of admission and competition.

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