RTMNU exams will not have a negative mark
Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University (RTMNU) said on Friday that the guidelines for the summer 2022 exams will be conducted in offline mode, with multiple-choice questions (MCQs). There will be no negative grading and students will be required to complete 40 questions. Even if they answer more than 40 questions, examiners will only check 40 questions.
The exams will take place in three periods: science and technology exams (8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.), commerce and management and interdisciplinary (12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m.) and human sciences (3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.). Students should continue to visit the official university website to check for schedule changes and for other information. Since it is an MCQ-based exam, the possibility of re-evaluation will not be there.
The exam will last 90 minutes and Divyangs will be given extra time. There will be 50 questions, of which the students have to answer 40 questions. Students will get 2 points for each correct answer.
The exam papers will be accessible online in the respective centers, they will log in, download the paper, print it, and then the question papers will be distributed to the students. The quiz itself will be the answer sheet where students will take the exam. On the same evening, the centers will receive the response kit so that the assessment can begin immediately.
Although examinations are held at host centers (each student will appear at their own college), university authorities have taken great care to avoid unfair means and favoritism. External students take exams at the college from which they submitted the exam form. Those who submitted the form to the university center will receive a center.
The regular mechanism and the university system will also work during this review. The supervisors, examiners will be entrusted with their tasks. As the university appoints a co-examiner during the regular offline exams, they will also be present during these exams.
Examinations for undergraduate courses will start on June 8 while postgraduate courses will start on June 15. Examinations for the pre-final semesters will start from June 22.
All end-of-year exams for even semesters of undergraduate courses will begin on June 8. Examinations for 6th semester (in case of three-year course), 8th semester (in case of four-year course, e.g. in case of course like Architecture) will start from June 8th.
From June 15, the final year exams of the even semesters of postgraduate courses will begin. This means that the exams for the fourth semester (in case of a four-year course) and the 6th semester (in case of a three-year course) will be part of the exams that will start on June 15. Courses like Master of Computer Applications (MCA) and M. Tech (Geology) are three years.
Pre-terminal exams of the even semesters except first and final. This means that the examinations for the 4th and 6th semesters (in case of a four-year course) and the 4th, 6th and 8th (in case of a five-year course) will start on June 22.