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Rules & Regulations

K.K.S.Women's College

+3 Degree Courses


A candidate for being eligible for admission to the three-year degree course leading to the Degree for B.A. or B.Sc. must have passed +2 Examination conducted by the Council of Higher Secondary Education, Orissa or any other examination recognised by the Academic Council as equivalent.www.fmuniversity.nic.in/

A candidate shall only be eligible for admission to the examination in Arts or Science, if she has been sent up by the College after passing the Test Examination conducted for the purpose.

If a candidate who has no cleared an examination under the following conditions:

Percentage of Attendance

A candidate shall be required to attend 75% of lectures and practical classes taken separately during the year and consideration may be granted only to the extent of 15% in exceptional cases provided that the Syndicate may grant consideration of shortage of attendance to the extent of 5% more when a candidate represents the University or the State in a national competition and recorded in writing.

The fee payable for admission into the Bachelor’s Degree Examination in Arts and Science and the repeat examination shall be as prescribed in the statues from time to time.

Each candidate admitted to Honours Course will have option to switch over to the Pass Course.

+2 Examination

There shall be one examination to be conducted by the College at the end of the +2 First year basing on the curriculum meant for that year alone. Pass certificate will be awarded to successful candidates basing on the performance in the C.H.S.E. Examination to be held at the end of 2nd year only. As per the Orissa Gazette No.781, July 5, 1983 the Higher Secondary Examination in Arts, Science,& Commerce courses shall ordinarily be held twice a year. www.chseodisha.nic.in/

The pass mark in the written & Practical Examination Shall be 30% & 40% of the maximum marks, respectively in the subjects concerned. The pass marks in the aggregate shall be 35%.