Internal Board of Examination (IBOE)

Faculty Convenor: Vinaysagar L. S.

The Examination committee is an apex body of the Institute which is headed by the Examination Coordinator and a few faculty members and shall be facilitated by three sections: Examination, Record Maintenance and Administration. The main function of this Committee is to carry out examinations, publish results and award certificates (provided by the University and Institute) to the students. Keeping the record of each and every issue related to the examination and organizing workshops and seminars for the improvement of the examination system are also the responsibilities of this Committee


  • To keep providing qualitative and reliable educational assessment
  • To keep encouraging students in getting academic excellence


  • To design proper exam profiles
  • To evaluate that the ultimate objectives of the courses have been achieved
  • To set exams in order to assess whether students have been benefited or not from the courses as expected and plan out strategies accordingly

Continuous Evaluation (CIE) system at the institutional level

CIE being an important component of the semester system is considered as very essential to encourage faculty and students to work systematically towards achieving Vision, Mission and Goals of the institution and Outcomes of a particular course. Accordingly students are evaluated continuously through the stages of Diagnostic, Formative and Summative Assessment Methods. The subject teachers, class teachers and mentors assess the skills of students at various levels before finally allotting the internal marks based on the frame work of evaluation set by Examination Committee of college and Bangalore University guidelines.

Basic Assessment Level

At this level, an effort is made to assess the learning ability and knowledge base of the students by classifying them as slow learners and advanced learners mainly based on their performance in previous qualifying exams, after which each department conducts bridge course during regular class hours as per time table and all the students are made mandatorily to attend and post bridge course assessment test is conducted to measure the effectiveness of bridge course and the performance level of students.

Formative Assessment

It is an ongoing assessment done for all students during the regular teaching hours to give instant feedback to students regarding their learning levels based on learning outcomes measured through various methods. Every teacher applies techniques like Oral Quiz, Group Discussions, Power Point Presentations, Role Plays, Surprise Tests, Verbal Tests, Mini Projects, Case Study Analysis, Work Book Assignments etc., to assess the ability of students in aspects related to the prescribed syllabus. It is also considered for allotting internal marks of students.

Summative Assessment

At the end of each semester a total of internal marks are allotted to each student based on their Attendance, Assignments and Performance in two Internal Assessment Tests and a Pre-Final Examination conducted during each semester.The marks and attendance are communicated to the parents during Parent-Teachers meeting.

Examination Hall Rules

  • Please follow the instructions given in the backside of the admission ticket carefully.
  • Before answering the questions, ensure that the answer book contains 40 pages. In case if it is defective, request the invigilator to issue a new answer book.
  • Ensure that the QP code on admission ticket and actual question paper are identical.
  • Candidates are instructed to write information such as Degree, Exam, Subject, Candidate name, Register No., Exam date, Student ID and Question paper code (QP Code) in Part-1.
  • Student ID and QP code are to be written in the designated boxes. Appropriate ovals below these boxes are to be shaded as shown in the sample in Page 2.
  • Do not write Register No./Student ID on map/graph Sheet, if used.
  • Candidates shall write the serial number of the Answer books and affix their signature, in token of their receiving the answer book in the invigilator’s Diary.
  • Answers must be written in black or blue ink only.
  • Score off all the blank pages left in the answer books at the end of the examination.
  • Candidate is required to handover the question paper to the room invigilator in case he/she leaves the examination hall before the closing of examination.
  • When candidates complete writing their answers they shall continue to sit in their place till the invigilator collects the answer book.
  • Code marks revealing identity should not be written anywhere in the answer books.
  • Do not bring Mobile Phones and other electronic equipments inside the Examination Hall.
  • Do not tear or remove any sheet from the Answer booklet.
  • In case of change in ink/pen while writing the candidates must get the signature from the room invigilator.
  • The answer book contains 40 pages including the covers. Therefore the students are requested to write the answers in these pages only. No additional Sheets will be given.