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ASSESSMENT

Internal Assessment

B. Pharm 2015 Pattern

In- semester assessment will be of 40 marks which include 20 marks for theory and practical sessional and 20 marks for continuous assessment for theory and practical. In-semester assessment of 20 marks should be continuous, procedures and marks for theory and practical examination are as follows –

For theory and practical Examination:

In-semester assessment for 20 marks should be continuous and at least two tests should be conducted for full course of 3 credits for theory and 2 credits for practical and the teacher must select a variety of procedures for examination such as,
a) Written test and / or midterm test (not more than one or two for each course)
b) Term paper
c) Journal / Lecture / Library notes
d) Seminar presentation
e) Short Quizzes
f) Assignments
g) Extension work
h) An open book test (with the concern teacher deciding what books are to be allowed for this purpose) or i) Mini research project by individual learner or group of learners. The concern teacher in consultation with the head of Department shall decide the nature of question for the unit test.

Number of Sessional Examination:

There will be a minimum of one sessional examination of 20 marks conducted in each semester after minimum eight weeks of teaching from the date of commencement of that semester in each of the theory subjects during the semester. The learner who will secure less than 40% mark in the Sessional Examination or unable to appear for the scheduled Sessional Examination may be permitted for the Sessional Examination in the same semester only if approved by institutional examination committee and paying fees as prescribed by the institution. The institutional examination committee shall consist of Principal (Chairman), & four teachers nominated by the Principal. Practical sessional examination of 20 marks will be based on internal assessment of practical (Experimental work), viva, synopsis and laboratory record. The distribution of marks for practical examination will be as follows,

Scheme for Practical Sessional Examination

Sr. No. Head Marks distribution
1 Experimental work 10
2 2 Synopsis & Viva 6
3 Lab Record 4
Total Marks 20
Duration 03 Hrs

Daily assessment of practical’s will be based on day to day attendance, learners’ skills (performance), viva, laboratory record, etc.

Theory sessional examination of 20 marks will be conducted after completion of at least two thirds syllabus of the semester.

The distribution of marks for theory sessional examination

Sr. No. Head Marks distribution
Q.1 2 marks X 3 questions (out of five) 6 marks
Q.2 4 marks X 2 questions (out of three) 8 marks
Q.3 6 marks X 1 questions (out of two) 6 marks
Total Marks 20
Duration 01 Hr

The Retest/ Improvement test/ or supplementary test for the Sessional Examinations will be allowed for the failed learners in the University examination, if he/she is appearing for the University exam of that subject head. The Retest/ Improvement test/ or supplementary test shall be carried by the respective institution and the marks obtained by the learner shall be forwarded to the University.

The institute conducting the course must submit the Sessional Examination marks of the respective semester to the Controller of Examinations in soft copy and print before the commencement of theory or practical examination whichever is later.

Environmental Science:

A course in Environmental Awareness with duration of six months (30 lectures of one hour duration & field work of 10 hours duration.) shall be introduced at the semester III of second year of degree course B. Pharm as a compulsory course. This course is to be introduced from the second year B. Pharm with 40 clock hours teaching including field visit. The college on behalf of the University shall conduct the examination of this subject immediately before or after Semester examinations of S.Y./T.Y./Final Year B. Pharm. The student should clear this subject before passing the Final Year B. Pharm examination. A candidate has to pass in this course in order to obtain degree certificate. If the candidate passes in all subjects of degree course but fails in this paper, he will not be eligible to obtain degree certificate.

Examination: The College shall organize the evaluation as per pattern suggested below.

The Principal shall submit the result sheet to the Controller of Examination, University of Pune on or before the end of the final year University Examinations of B. Pharm. course. The result shall reflect on the final Mark statement of each student. The results of University examination of the student who fail to get Minimum ‘C’ Grade in this course shall be kept in reserve till the concerned student complete the course and secure to require Minimum C Grade.
The question paper shall include the questions as under

A. Multiple choice questions: 50 Marks
B. Essay type questions: 25 Marks
C. Field works: 25 Marks
Total: 100 Marks Passing Marks: 40 Marks.

Following Grades shall be awarded to the candidates based on their marks obtained.

Grade-O: above 75 Grade-A: 61 to 75 Grade-B: 51 to 60 Grade-C: 40 to 50

B. Pharmacy 2013 pattern

Each Semester will consist of a minimum of 15 weeks instructions i.e. 15x6 = 90 instructional days (minimum instructional days). 75% attendance for both theory and practical classes separately shall be mandatory to appear for sessional examination. Conducting authority shall be Institutes where candidate is admitted.

The internal assessment is based on Sessional Examination.
Number of Sessional Examination:

There will be a minimum of one sessional examination of 30 marks conducted in each semester after minimum eight weeks of teaching from the date of commencement of that semester in each of the theory subjects during each semester. One Sessional Examination will be conducted as per the examination scheme (See Annexure) for each semester. The students who will secure less than 40% mark in the Sessional Examination or unable to appear for the scheduled Sessional Examination may be permitted for the Sessional Examination in the same semester only if approved by institutional examination committee and paying fees as prescribed by the institution.

Practical sessional examination of 30 marks will be based on internal assessment of practical, day to day attendance, viva and laboratory record. The distribution of marks for practical sessional examination will be as follows.

Scheme for Practical Sessional Examination

Sr. No. Head Marks distribution
1 Performance 15
2 Synopsis & Viva 9
3 Lab Record and Attendance 6
Total Marks 30
Duration 03 Hrs

Theory sessional examination of 30 marks will be conducted after completion of at least two thirds syllabus of the semester.

The distribution of marks for theory sessional examination will be as given below

Sr. No. Head Marks distribution
Q. 1 2marks X 5 questions (out of seven) 10 marks
Q. 2 5marks X 2 questions (out of three) 10 marks
Q. 3 10marks X 1 questions (out of two) 10 marks
Total 30 marks
Duration 1 hour 30 minutes

The Retest/ Improvement test/ or supplementary test for the Sessional Examinations will be allowed for the failed candidates in the University examination, if he/she is appearing for the University exam of that subject head. The Retest/ Improvement test/ or supplementary test shall be carried by the respective institution and the marks obtained by the candidate shall be forwarded to the University. The institute conducting the course must submit the Sessional Examination marks of the respective semester to the Controller of Examinations in soft copy and print before the commencement of theory or practical examination whichever is later. Scaling down technique will be implemented for the periodic test.

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES:

A course in Environmental Awareness with duration of six months (30 lectures of one hour duration & field work of 10 hours duration.) shall be introduced at the semester III of second year of degree course B. Pharm as a compulsory course. This course is to be introduced from the second year B. Pharm with 40 clock hours teaching including field visit. The college on behalf of the University shall conduct the examination of this subject immediately before or after Semester examinations of S.Y./T.Y./Final Year B. Pharm. The student should clear this subject before passing the Final Year B. Pharm examination. A candidate has to pass in this course in order to obtain degree certificate. If the candidate passes in all subjects of degree course but fails in this paper, he will not be eligible to obtain degree certificate.
Examination: The College shall organize the evaluation as per pattern suggested below.
The Principal shall submit the result sheet to the Controller of Examination, University of Pune on or before the end of the final year University Examinations of B. Pharm. course. The result shall reflect on the final Mark statement of each student. The results of University examination of the student who fail to get Minimum ‘C’ Grade in this course shall be kept in reserve till the concerned student complete the course and secure to require Minimum C Grade.

The question paper shall include the questions as under
A. Multiple choice questions: 50 Marks
B. Essay type questions: 25 Marks
C. Field works: 25 Marks
Total: 100 Marks Passing Marks: 40 Marks.

Following Grades shall be awarded to the candidates based on their marks obtained.
Grade-O: above 75 Grade-A: 61 to 75 Grade-B: 51 to 60 Grade-C: 40 to 50

M.Pharm Semester-I/Semester-II (2013-2014 Pattern)
Assessment shall consist of A) In - semester continuous assessment and B) end semester assessment. Both shall have an equal weightage of 50% each.

In- semester assessment –

An in-semester assessment of 50 marks should be continuous, procedures and marks for theory and practical examination are as follows,

For theory Examination -
An In-semester assessment for 50% marks should be continuous and at least five tests should be conducted for full course ( 1 written test for 30 marks and any four test of 5 marks i.e 4 X 5 = 20 marks should be conducted ) and the teacher must select a variety of procedures for examination such as :

i. Term Paper
ii. Seminar Presentation
iii. Short Quizzes
iv. Assignments
v. Extension work
vi. An open book test (with the concern teacher deciding what books are to be allowed for this purpose)
vii. Mini research project by individual student or group of students
viii. Case Study
The concern teacher in consultation with the head of PG Department shall decide the nature of question for the written test.

For practical Examination -
Day to Day Assessment of Journal (Individual Practical's will be evaluated) – 20 Marks
(Evaluation includes Journal, Day to day Performance, Viva etc.)
Sessional Exam- 30 Marks

(Evaluation of sessional exam includes Experiment, Viva, Synopsis etc.)

Total 50 marks

If a student misses an internal assessment examination he/she will have a second chance with the permission of the Principal in consultation with concern teacher. Such a second chance shall not be the right of the student.

In case he/she wants to repeat internal assessment he/she can do only by registering for the said courses during the 3rd and 4th Semester.

SEMINAR: Seminar topics to be selected from the papers of specialization.- 50 Marks

M.Pharm Semester-III (2013-2014 Pattern)

SEMINAR: Seminar on Recent Trends in Pharmaceutical Sciences- 50 Marks

RESEARCH WORK: 150 Marks

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