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Method of Assessment

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Method of Assessment

 

It is necessary to maintain 80% or higher attendance for each subject and practical sessions to become eligible to sit for the examinations.

Each lecture course unit is assessed and graded by a theory examination. Laboratory practical sessions are graded through continuous assessments. Seminars will be assessed based on the content of the presentation and the way candidates handle the questions from the audience. Final research project report will be evaluated by two faculty members separately and the viva will be graded by a board of lecturers. Each case study report will be graded by two academic staff members.

Candidates should maintain a minimum GPA of 2.3 (Grade C+) and must maintain a minimal C+ grade for both taught and non-taught components of the first academic year to qualify for the second year of the M.Sc. program.

Grade Grade Point
A+ 4.00
A 4.00
A- 3.70
B+ 3.30
B 3.00
B- 2.70
C+ 2.30
C 2.00
C- 1.70
D+ 1.30
D 1.00
E 0.00

 

Candidates should obtain a minimal grade point of 2.00, in order to pass a course unit.The GPA is calculated from the grades obtained from different course units as shown bellow.

Repeat examinations – Candidates in the M.Sc./Diploma program have the opportunity to request a repeat examination for a theory paper (only for the courses under the taught component) if the grade point of a particular subject is less than 2.3. Repeat examinations will be conducted at the same time with the next M.Sc./Diploma batch. Once the program is started, it has to be finished within 5 years.

Postponement of Examinations – Examinations can be postponed only for a valid medical reason. In such situations, a candidate has to wait for one year to sit for the examination with the next M.Sc./Diploma batch.

 

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