|01||Chairperson||Dr. Pandit Mali||Director|
|02||Member (Secretary)||Dr. Sanjaykumar Patil||Controller of Examination(COE)|
|03||Special Invitee||Dr. Ashok Chavan||Director, Board of Examinations and Evaluations, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune.|
|04||Member||Dr. Pallavi Sajanapwar||Dy. Director|
|05||Member||Prof. Dipanjay Bhalerao||Teacher Coordinator|
|06||Member||Mr. K.P. Mishra||HOD, BBA|
RULES AND REGULATIONS:
The Shree Chanakya Education Society’s – Indira Institute of Management, Pune is an Autonomous Institute affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University. Under the Autonomous status, the examinations will be conducted by the Institute itself. The declaration of results and issuance of marksheet will also be done by the Institute only. However, the students will be getting the Degree certificate from the Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune-7.
- The Institute will follow the CBCS System (Choice Based Credit System) in accordance with the rules and regulations of Savitribai Phule Pune University. The examinations shall be conducted as per the Rules and Regulations for MBA Programme approved by the Examination committee and Governing Body and also as per the Examination schemes approved by Board of Studies.
- The students shall be evaluated for his/her academic performance in a Course through Comprehensive Concurrent Assessment (CCA) and Term End Assessments (TEA). The TEA is further split into Term End Written Examination (TEA-W) and Term End Practical Examination (TEA-P).
- All the full credit (3credit) subjects will be of 100 Marks and will be evaluated through Comprehensive Concurrent Assessment, Term End Written Examination and Term End Practical Examination.
- All the half (2credit) subjects will be of 50 marks and will be evaluated through Comprehensive Concurrent Assessment and / or Term End Written Examination.
- Only in Semester I, the 1 credit subjects i.e. Foundation Courses will be of 25 marks each and shall be evaluated through Term End Written Examination.
CONDUCTION OF EXAM
The examination will be conducted as:
- Comprehensive Concurrent Assessment (CCA):
The Course teacher shall evaluate the performance of the students in the respective courses by any of the evaluation tools provided as follows:
- Class Test
- Open Book Test
- Written Home Assignment
- In-depth Viva-Voce
- Case Study
- Situation Analysis
- Field Visit / Study tour and report of the same
- Small Group Project & Internal Viva-Voce
- Model Development
- Role Play
- Story Telling
- Fish Bowls
- Learning Diary
- Scrap Book / Story of the week / Story of the month
- Creating a Quiz
- Designing comic strips
- Creating Brochures / Bumper Stickers / Fliers
- Creating Crossword Puzzles
- Creating and Presenting Posters
- Writing an Advice Column
- Library Magazines based assessment
- Peer assessment
- Writing a Memo
- Work Portfolio
- Book Review
- Drafting a Policy Brief
- Drafting an Executive Summary
- Literature Review
- Term Paper
- Thematic Presentation
- Publishing a Research Paper
- Annotated Bibliography
- Creating Taxonomy
- Creating Concept maps
- Online Exam
- Simulation Exercises
- Gamification Exercises
- Presentation based on Google Alerts
- Webinar based assessment
- Creating Webpage / Website / Blog
- Creating Infographics / Infomercial
- Creating podcasts / Newscast
- Discussion Boards
- Term End Assessment Examinations (TEA):
At the end of each semester, there shall be a Tem End Examination. It shall be based on entire syllabus and will be further divided into 25 marks of Term End Written Exams (TEA-W) and 25 marks of Term End Practical Exams (TEA-P). The Practical / Viva Examination shall be conducted as per the examination schedule approved by the Examination Committee.
- Pre-Qualification Criteria for Term End Assessment Examination:
The student must meet the requirement of 75% attendance per semester per course for grant of the term. The IIMP shall have the right to withhold the student from appearing for examination of a specific course if the above requirement is not fulfilled.
- Passing Criteria:
A student shall be said to have passed and earned the credits for a course if he/she earns minimum 40% in CCA, and 40% in TEA but 50 % overall marks.