The institute is affiliated to University of Mumbai and hence it follows the University prescribed Choice Based Semester Grading System (CBSGS) which mandates that every student is required to complete 10 hours of learning in order to gain 1 credit point. Each subject has 4 credit points and the total credits attainable by a student in a span of two years are 120 points.
The parameters for evaluation are attendance, class participation, case study analysis and discussion, online as well as offline class tests, assignments, projects, presentations and end term examinations.
The students are required to separately pass in the internal as well as end term examinations.
The exams are typically conducted twice a year in the months of March-April and November-December.
- Student(s) who do not obtain minimum 50% in paper(s)/subject(s)/course either in the internal assessment or in the end term examination or both, shall be declared as “Fail”as per the standard of passing of examination. For a subject of 100 marks, the student(s) shall obtain minimum of 50% marks i.e. 20 out of 40 in the internal assessment and 50% marks i.e. 30 out of 60 in the end term examination separately.
- A student failing in two or less than two paper(s)/subject(s) in Semester I shall be allowed to keep terms into Semester II of the MMS programme. S/He shall however be required to pass in those paper(s)/subject(s) (two or less) in the supplementary examinations, held by the institute.
- A student who has failed in more than two papers/subjects in Semester I, shall not be permitted to proceed to Semester II of the MMS programme. S/He will however be eligible to re-appear in the papers/subjects in which s/he has failed, in the supplementary examination of Semester I to be conducted by the institute. Such supplementary examination of Semester I can be held as per the institute’s schedule before the end of academic year.
- A student failing in not more than two papers/subjects in Semester III examination shall be allowed to keep terms in Semester IV of the MMS programme.
- A student who has failed in more than two papers/subjects in Semester III, shall not be permitted to proceed to Semester IV of his/her second year MMS programme. S/He will however be eligible to re-appear in the papers/subjects in which s/he has failed, in the supplementary examination of Semester III by re-registering himself/herself in the supplementary examination to be conducted by the institute/University or both.
- A student who has passed in all the four semester examinations of MMS programme i.e. Semester I, Semester II, Semester III and Semester IV examinations shall not be allowed to re-register himself/herself for improvement of his/her semester examination results.
We at RGCMS evaluate the students based on regular continuous assessments, internal tests and the end term examination. We conduct first internal test after a month of starting the respective semester and second internal test after 2-2.5 months to trace the progress of our students. Accordingly, the tutorial and remedial lectures are conducted for respective subjects based on the progress of the students. The end term examinations are typically conducted twice a year in the months of March-April and November-December.
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