Need help about a course?
|Home » College & Universities » Andhra Pradesh » ANUCDE » Notifications & Announcements » 2012|
Internal Assessment marks for ANUCDE courses
|Ask a question|
Print this page
25 marks internal assessment for 26 courses and 20% internal assessment for all 62 courses offered by the University
The University has taken a decision to introduce 20% internal assessment component for 62 courses offered by the Centre for Distance Education (CDE) and this will come into force with effect from the batch of admission notifications commencing from the Calendar Year 2012 and onwards and to the students of Calendar Year 2012 appearing for FIRST year-end examinations in December 2012 and so on.
Sl. No. Code Name of the Programme
1 1 M.Sc. (Botany)
2 2 M.Sc. (Zoology)
3 3 M.Sc. (Physics)
4 4 M.Sc. (Chemistry)
5 5 M.Sc. (Microbiology)
6 6 M.Sc. (Mathematics)
7 138 M.Sc. Statistics
8 139 M.Sc. (Food & Nutritional Science)
9 14 M.A. (English)
10 15 M.A. (Telugu)
11 16 M.A. (Economics: with option of Economics of Industry)
12 17 M.A. (History)
13 18 M.A. (Political Science)
14 19 M.A. (Sociology)
15 20 M.A. (Economics: with the option of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development)
16 29 M.A. (Journalism and Mass Communication)
17 110 M.A. (Hindi)
18 7 LL.M. (Labour Laws)
19 8 LL.M. (Constitutional Law and Administrative Law)
20 9 LL.M. (Torts & Crimes)
21 10 LL.M. (Corporate and Securities Law)
22 12 M.Com. (Accountancy)
23 13 M.Com. (Banking)
24 81 PGDBI ( PG Diploma in Bio-informatics)
25 82 PGDBT (PG Diploma in Bio-technology)
26 94 PGDJM (PG Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication)
27 77 Certificate course in HIV/AIDS counseling
28 133 Certificate Course in Hotel and Hospital House Keeping
29 134 Diploma in Food Production
30 40 B.A. (Economics, History, Politics)
31 41 B.A. (Economics, Public Administration, Politics)
32 42 B.A. (Economics, Public Administration, Sociology)
33 43 B.A. (Economics, History, Sociology)
34 44 B.A. (Economics, Politics, Sociology)
35 45 B.A. (History, Politics, Sociology)
36 46 B.A. (Public Administration, Politics, Sociology)
37 47 B.A. (Public Administration, Politics, History)
38 48 B.A. (Maths, Politics, Economics)
39 49 B.A. (Maths, English, History)
40 50 B.A. (Maths, Telugu, History)
41 51 B.A. (English, Economics, Public Administration)
42 52 B.A. (English, Economics, Politics)
43 53 B.A. (English, History, Politics)
44 54 B.A. (English, Politics, Public Administration)
45 55 B.A. (English, History, Telugu)
46 56 B.A. (Telugu, History, Sociology)
47 57 B.A. (Telugu, History, Politics)
48 58 B.Com. (General)
49 59 B.Sc. (Botany, Zoology, Chemistry)
50 60 B.Sc. (Maths, Physics, Chemistry)
51 61 B.Sc. (Costume Design & Fashion Technology)
52 62 B.Sc. (Information Technology)
53 63 B.Sc. (Maths, Statistics, Computer Science)
54 66 B.A. (Maths, Economics, Statistics)
55 67 B.A. (Maths, Statistics, Computer Applications)
56 68 B.Com. (Computer Applications)
57 71 B.Sc. (Maths, Physics, Electronics)
58 72 B.Sc. (Maths, Electronics, Computer Science)
59 73 B.Sc. (Maths, Physics, Computer Science)
60 112 B.A. (Maths, English, Statistics)
61 64 B.B.M.
62 B.Com., (Honors)
Internal Assessment Component of 20% of marks for each theory paper of 62 courses will be awarded by way of evaluation of two assignments for each paper. The average of the two evaluations will be counted for the purpose of final result.
The candidate has to secure 8 marks out of 20 marks prescribed for assignments in each paper (10 marks out of 20 marks in case of LL.M.). If pass marks are not secured in any assignment, it should be resubmitted. Once the pass marks are secured, the assignment cannot be re-submitted for improvement of marks /class.
1. Topics for Assignments:- The Questions given in the Question papers of December, 2011 examinations of CDE, ANU should be taken as topics for answering the assignments for those students who joined in CDE courses for the Calendar year 2012 and are appearing for examinations in December, 2012.
These topics are to be answered by those who could not secure minimum marks required for pass or were not submitted the assignments for earlier examinations of CDE like May, 2012 and preceding examinations.
Similarly, those who join in the Academic year 2012-13 batch shall have to answer the Questions given in Question papers of May, 2012 examinations. Similar procedure is to be followed for successive batches also.
Students are directed to download the topics from www.anucde.ac.in or www.anucde.info or www.anucde.com and they can also approach the study centres or CDE office for obtaining the topics.
Separate Communications will not be sent to the students regarding the topics of assignments.
All the students must submit their assignments only to the Principal of study centre and obtain a receipt for the same.
Internal Assessment by way of Assignments:
Every student will be given assignments. There will be two assignments per each paper. The average of two will be counted for the purpose of final result.
The student must be in touch with the study centre for receiving the topics for assignments or they can download the topics from www.anucde.com.
Last date for submission of assignments: 28-10-2012
Students should follow the dates given in Academic Calendar for submission of assignments.
Separate intimation will not be sent. Those who could not submit the assignments within the stipulated time, are also permitted on payment of Rs.500/- as Tatkal Fee, in addition to late fee, up to one week after the completion of last date for submission with late fee.
If pass marks are not obtained in any assignment, it should be resubmitted. Once the pass marks are obtained, the assignment cannot be resubmitted for improvement of marks / class.
2. The main purpose of assignment is to test the student?s comprehension of the course material sent to him and also in helping him in getting through the courses. The answers should be complete in all respects.
Incomplete answers bring poor marks. The assignments are to be submitted to the Principal of the Study Centre before the due date. All the students should retain a copy of all assignment responses which he / he submits.
3. Answering Assignments: While Answering Assignments:
i) A student should read the assignment carefully and follow the specific instructions, if any.
ii) He / She has to study thoroughly the units on which assignments are based.
iii) He / She should note down relevant points of answers; rearrange those points in a logical order and draw a rough outline of answer. In respect of essay questions, introduction as well as conclusion is to be given. The answer should be logical, cohesive and it should have clear connections between sentences and paragraphs.
The answer should cover all the main points of the question. while solving numerical questions, proper format should be used. The working notes is to be given wherever necessary.
iv) Assignments are to be submitted in A4 size papers providing for clearcut margins and sufficient space in between each answer and should be in the form of separate books for each paper.
v) The responses should be in candidate?s own handwriting. Print or typed answers will not be accepted. Answers copied either from the course material sent by the university or from the response sheets of other students will get zero marks.
vi) Each assignment is to be answered separately. The question number is to be given with each answer.
4. Submission of Assignments : While submitting Assignments, Assignment - 1 and Assignment - 2 for each paper should be bounded as one book and candidate must write the following information on the top cover and also on the first page of the response sheet for Assignment -1 and Assignment - 2.
Assignment Submission Form is made available on the University website.
Please enclose two sets of receipt along with your assignments and collect one receipt from the principal of the study centre.
Format of receipt is made available on the University website.
5. 25% internal assessment component approved earlier for the following 26 courses will continue without any changes.
List of Courses for which Internal Assessment Component of 25 marks:
Sl. No. Code Name of the Programme
1 11 MBA (3 Year)
2 101 MBA (Marketing)
3 102 MBA (Finance)
4 103 MBA (Human Resource Management)
5 105 MBA (Banking & Insurance Management)
6 137 MBA (Hospital Administration)
7 24 M.C.A
8 21 M.A. (Social Work)
9 23 M.H.R.M
10 28 M.Sc. (Information Technology)
11 104 M.Sc. (Psychology)
12 109 M.Sc. (Computers)
13 83 PGDHHM (PG Diploma in Hospital and Health Care Management)
14 84 PGDBM (PG Diploma in Business Management)
15 85 PGDMM (PG Diploma in Marketing Management)
16 86 PGDHRM (PG Diploma in Human Resource Management)
17 87 PGDFM (PG Diploma in Financial Management)
18 88 PGDBFM (PG Diploma in Banking and Financial Management)
19 89 PGDIB (PG Diploma in International Business)
20 90 PGDTTM (PG Diploma in Travel and Tourism Management)
21 91 PGDIM (PG Diploma in Insurance Management)
22 80 B.L.I.Sc. (Bachelor of Library Information Science)
23 92 PGDHM (PG Diploma in Hotel Management)
24 95 PGDCA (PG Diploma in Computer Applications)
25 96 PGDIT (PG Diploma in Information Technology)
26 65 Bachelor of Hotel Management (BHM)
Notifications on this page are selective and partial. Please visit the Official Website of the University or contact the University directly for a complete list of Notifications, News, Circulars and other official releases from the University. Some topics on this page could be News items collected from the press. Such topics should not be confused with the official notifications or circulars released by the University.