Examination

Examination CEO

Dr. Sunil Pandharinath Ugale
M.A.,B.Ed.,SET,M.Phil.,Ph.D.

About Examination

“The education which does not help the common mass of people to equip themselves for the struggle for life, which does not bring out strength of character, a spirit of philanthropy, and the courage of a lion— is it worth of the name? Real education is that which enables one to stand on one's own legs.” - Swami Vivekananda

The vision of the University therefore should be to provide an academically conducive environment, to help create “Globally Competent Graduates” for rapidly changing responsibilities in academia, as well as the professional world and beyond.

The mission is evolving from ‘teach’ to ‘enable learning’, develop talent with skills where the strategic focus is not ‘budget’ driven but ‘goal & performance’ driven and the assets of the University are not merely good infrastructure but motivated academicians with exemplary character and unswerving integrity. The competition is no more regional but has become global and therefore I believe that the graduates from the university should posses following hallmarks:
 

  • Ability to collaborate with teams of people from wide range of diversified backgrounds and countries and with a ‘human element’.
  • Soft skills augmented with behavior analytics like high degree of drive, resilience, and enthusiasm.
  • Leadership skills to facilitate innovation and entrepreneurship.
  • Multicultural learning agility: An openness to and respect for a range of perspectives from around the world as well as respect other persons/communities.


The higher education challenge for SPPU is threefold, namely expansion, inclusion and excellence - Expansion to serve the exponential demand, Inclusion for equity and access to all without compromising Excellence at par. The University therefore shall strive hard to metamorphose to facilitate a more holistic learning environment that enriches students with new knowledge and skills to engage meaningfully in the emerging socio-economic transformation. SPPU would continue to play its crucial role to shape the future of millions of youth in Maharashtra.

The University is committed to promote innovations in learning processes, cultivate research & development culture, imbibe the principles of knowledge to wealth generation and bring about openness and flexibility in teaching and research framework. This can be achieved through fostering and adding to existing initiatives of Science Park, Skill Development Center and Design Innovation Center.

Rules & Evaluation Scheme

Ordinance 1 - Grace Marks for Passing in each of head of passing (Theory /Practical /Oral /Sessional). (External /Internal)

The examinee shall be given the benefit of grace marks only for passing in each head of passing, (TheorylPractical/Oral/Sessional) in External or Internal examinations as follows: Head of Passing Grace Marks Upto Head of Passing Grace Marks Upto Upto- 50 2 251-300 7 51-100 3 301-350 8 101-150 4 351-400 9 151-200 5 401 & above 10 Provided that benefit of such gracing marks given in different heads of passing shall not exceed 1% of the aggregate marks in that examination. Provided further that this gracing is concurrent with the rules and guidelines of professional statutory bodies at the All India level such as AICTE, MCI, Bar Council, CCIM, ccrn, NCTE, UGC etc.

Ordinance 2 - Grace Marks for getting Higher Class.

A candidate who passes in all the subjects and heads of passing in the exami~ation without the benefit of either gracing or condonation rules and whose total number of marks falls short for securing Second Class/ Higher Second Class or First Class by marks not more-l % of the aggregate marks of that examination or upto 10 marks, which-ever is less, shall be given the required marks to get the next higher class or grade as the case may be. Provided that benefits of above mentioned grace marks shall not be given. if the candidate fails to secure necessary passing marks in the aggregate head of passing also, if prescribed in the examination concerned. Provided further that benet its of above mentioned grace marks shall be given to the candidate for such examinationls only for which provision of award of class has been prescribed. Provided further that this gracing is concurrent with the rules and guidelines of professional statutory bodies at the All India level such as AICTE, MCI, Bar Council, CCIM, CCIlI, NCTE, etc.

Ordinance 3 - Grace Marks for getting distinction in the subject only.

A candidate who passes in all the SubjectslHeads of passing in the examination without benefit of either gracing or condonation rules and whose total number of marks in the subject/s falls short by not more than three marks for getting distinction in the subject/s shall be given necessary grace marks upto three in maximum two subjects, subject to maximum 1% of the total marks of that Head of Passing whichever is more, in a given examination. Provided that benefit of the above mentioned grace marks shall be given to the candidate only for such examinationls for which provision for distinction in a subject has been prescribed. Provided further that this gracing is concurrent with the rules and guidelines of professional statutory bodies at the All India level such as AICTE, MCI, Bar Council, CCIM, ccrn, NCTE, etc. Ordinance 4 Condonation If a candidate fails in only one head of pa-ssing, having passed in all other heads of passing, his/her deficiency of marks in such head of passing may be condoned by not more than 1% of the aggregate marks of the examination or 10% of the total number of marks of that head of passing in which he/she is failing, whichever is less. However condonation, whether in one head of passing or aggregate head of passing be restricted to maximum up to 10 marks only. Condonation of deficiency of marks be shown in the Statement of Marks in the form of asterik and Ordinance number. Provided that this condonation of marks is concurrent with the rules and guidelines of professional statutory bodies at the All India level such as AICTE, MCI, Bar Council, CCIM, CCIII, NCTE, etc.

Ordinance 4 - Condonation

If a candidate fails in only one head of pa-ssing, having passed in all other heads of passing, his/her deficiency of marks in such head of passing may be condoned by not more than 1% of the aggregate marks of the examination or 10% of the total number of marks of that head of passing in which he/she is failing, whichever is less. However condonation, whether in one head of passing or aggregate head of passing be restricted to maximum up to 10 marks only.
Condonation of deficiency of marks be shown in the Statement of Marks in the form of asterik and Ordinance number.
Provided that this condonation of marks is concurrent with the rules and guidelines of professional statutory bodies at the All India level such as AICTE, MCI, Bar Council, CCIM, CCIII, NCTE, etc. 

Notes for Ordinances from 1 to 4 : If a candidate fails in a head of passing, which is included in another head of passing, of the same subject, he shall be entitled to the benefit of the Condonation in both the heads, if necessary subject to the maximum limit of Condonation permissible. If a deficiencey of marks is condoned, the class/grade in the examination concerned, of the candidate, shall be declared on the actual marks obtained by the candidate. The benefit of not more than one Ordinance shall only be given for one examination of one course. The benefits of above mentioned Ordinances may be given to the candidates appearing in the examination with backlog and/or exemption whenever such a exemption/system of backlog has been provided. The benefits under above mentioned Ordinances shall be given at the time of declaration of [mal examinations only. 6. Final examination for the purposes of these Ordinances means and includes such examination/s on the basis of marks on which class/grade is awarded.