Rules & Regulations

Rules & regulations

Progress in a degree program depends upon satisfactory performance. At the end of each academic year, academic records are scrutinized to determine a student’s eligibility to continue in the program.

Year-1:

Students must achieve an overall or cumulative GPA of 2.5 on all courses attempted in the first year of study to be eligible for promotion into the second year of study. Students with a GPA of less than 1.0 are dismissed from the program. Students with a GPA of greater than 1.0 but less than 2.5 are not promoted to the next year of studies. Such students may retake as many of the first year courses as needed to improve their GPA. Students who fail to raise their GPA to 2.5 by the second scrutiny a year later will become ineligible for a degree.

Year-2:

Students must maintain an overall or cumulative GPA of 2.5 on all courses attempted in the first two years of study to be eligible for promotion into the third year of study. Students with a GPA of less than 1.0 at the end of the second year will be dismissed from the program. Students with a GPA of greater than 1.0 but less than 2.5 will not be promoted to the next year of studies. Such students may retake as many of the second year courses as needed to improve their GPA. Students, who fail to raise their GPA to 2.5 by the second scrutiny a year later, will become ineligible for a degree.

Year-3:

From the beginning of the third year, students are alerted to meet degree requirements. Students are advised after the customary academic scrutiny, and are promoted to the final year regardless of the GPA. Students may retake courses with

Year-4:

Students who fulfill degree requirements by the end of the fourth year of studies will be recommended to the National University for the award of a degree.