All comprehensive examinations (Theory and practical) shall be conducted twice a year, in November/December and in April/May. All failed candidates shall be governed by the regulations and syllabus in force at the time of their subsequent appearances. Students having a minimum of 75% of attendance in the practical classes alone will be eligible to submit their record note books and appear for both the CA and CE practical examinations. Students shall be permitted to appear for the practical examinations only with the submission of bonaﬁde records.
Candidates who have passed Tamil / Hindi / French / Other courses approved and secured the marks.
Likewise, candidates who have passed the examinations prescribed for English shall be declared to have passed English in First, Second and Third Classes.
Candidates who have passed all the Part – III Examinations in FIRST ATTEMPT within his / her study period of 3 years in UG except BVoc, securing 90% and above and 75% to 89.99% in aggregate of Part-III shall be declared to have passed the Part- III examinations of UG in I CLASS AND OUTSTANDING and I CLASS WITH DISTINCTION respectively.
For BVoc, candidates who have passed all the Part-III examinations in FIRST ATTEMPT within his/her study period of 3 years, securing 95% and above and 75% to 94.99% in aggregate of Part-III shall be declared to have passed the Part-III examinations of BVoc in I CLASS AND OUTSTANDING and I CLASS WITH DISTINCTION respectively. Candidates who have passed the subjects of Part III examinations in various programmes securing the marks.
In the examinations prescribed for the programmes in the various semesters and within FOUR years from the dates of admission shall be declared to have passed the subjects – unit examinations in First Class and Second Class respectively.
All other successful candidates shall be declared to have passed the subjects unit examinations in Third Class.
Candidates who have passed all the subjects of Examinations in FIRST ATTEMPT within his/her study period stipulated for the programme and securing 90% and above and 75% to 89.00% in aggregate marks shall be declared to have passed the examinations in I CLASS AND OUTSTANDING and I CLASS WITH DISTINCTION respectively. Candidates who have passed the subjects of examinations in various programmes securing the marks
In the examinations prescribed for the programme in the various semesters shall be declared to have passed the subjects unit examinations in First class and Second Class respectively.
Candidates desirous of qualifying themselves in subjects other than those prescribed for the programmes can appear for the Comprehensive Examinations in those extra subjects with prior permission. Attendance is not compulsory for those subjects. The performance of the candidates in those extra subjects will not be taken into account for classiﬁcation of major and supporting subjects.
Students of Undergraduate classes have the liberty to write their comprehensive examinations either in English or Tamil. A student who wishes to write the examination in Tamil shall attach a letter to that eﬀect with his application form and submit the same at the time of remittance of examination fees. Request for change to write in Tamil after remitting the examination fees will not be entertained. Postgraduate students are not permitted to write their examinations in Tamil.
Students will not be permitted for examination after 30 minutes from the commencement of examination. Students shall not leave the hall within half an hour from the commencement of the Comprehensive Examination. Copying inside the hall is strictly prohibited. Anyone found copying will be punished in accordance with the rules mentioned below. Students are expected to maintain strict silence in the Examination Hall.
The following will be the penalties for mal practices in Comprehensive examinations