St. Mira's College For Girls, Pune

Autonomous - Affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University * Undertaking

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Re-accredited by NAAC 'A' Grade (Third Cycle June 2017) 2017 : NAAC score 3.41 2012 : NAAC score 3.03 Awarded: Best College-SPPU (2002); , UGC-CPE (2005), UGC-CPE (2010)

Examination 2021-22


Annual Report


Exam Pattern

Evaluation Pattern

The College follows a Semester Pattern Choice Based Credit System.

Internal and End Semester Assessment is conducted as per the norms prescribed in the Academic Regulations of the concerned programmes offered by the College.The examination of the course comprises of two components:

  • Continuous Internal Assessment
  • End Semester Examination

The evaluation of a student in a particular course is based on her performance in both Continuous Internal Assessment and End Semester Examination.

I. Continuous Internal Assessment

For Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Commerce (BCOM), Bachelor of Business Administration (Computer Applications) (BBACA), and Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

The End Semester Examination will be conducted for 60 marks for all theory courses.

For Bachelor of Computer Science

The End Semester Examination is conducted for 35 marks per course.

  • BBA(CA) Practical Examination will be of 3 hours for 100 marks and the marks are bifurcated as Practical 80 marks, Journal 10 marks, and Viva 10 marks.
  • The examination will be evaluated by internal and external examiners.
  • The BBA(CA) Project viva of Semesters -IV, V, and VI will be of 100 marks evaluated by the internal and the external examiner (Total marks are 100 for the project and viva).
  • The BBA Project viva will be in Semesters III, IV, V, and VI for 50 marks each. The examination will be evaluated by internal and external examiners.
  • EVS, MIL, SEC, GE, and all the Add-on courses will be evaluated in a continuous assessment format.

Criteria for Passing of Examination and A.T.K.T Rules

  • Standard of Passing for internal assessment: 40 % passing is mandatory for internal assessment. Example: Out of 40 minimum passing will be 16 marks.
  • Standard of Passing for end semester examination: 40 % passing is mandatory for the end semester examination. Example: Out of 60 compulsory passing will be 24 marks.
  • Standard of Passing for each Paper or Subject: 40 % marks is mandatory to pass each paper of 100 marks per semester and score necessary passing marks to qualify for internal and End semester examinations. Example: Out of 100 mandatory passing will be for 40 marks. (16 marks Internal and 24 marks End Semester = 40 marks)
  • Backlog Internal Examination will be conducted for the students who have not qualified for the internal assessment i.e., scored less than 40% marks in the internal examination for a course but has passed in Semester End Examination. Similarly, if a student has scored less than 40% marks in the internal as well as the End Semester Examination of a particular course, the student will appear for both Internal Backlog Examination and End Semester Examination.

Special examination

Those students who are representing College as part of N.S.S / N.C.C / Sports / Cultural programme at University, State, National, or International level and have obtained prior permission from the College, will be eligible for the Special Examination. The special examination rules of the Savitribai Phule Pune University (Affiliated parent university) will be followed.

Verification /Revaluation Procedure

  • Application to be filed within 15 days of declaration of result (only for offline examinations)
  • Verification /Revaluation results are available within 10 days of receipt of the application by the student (only for offline examinations)
  • Students are permitted to obtain a copy of the answer sheet on the application and payment of fees (only for offline examinations)

The Award of a Degree

  • The degree for the UG and PG academic programme is based on the credits allotted by Savitribai Phule Pune University (Affiliated parent university)

Programme-wise Credit Structure

Bachelor of Arts Programme Total Credits

Semester No. of courses Credits per subject MIL SEC EVS GE Total credits
I 6 3 --- --- --- --- 18
II 6 3 --- --- --- --- 18
III 6 3 2 2 2 --- 18+2+2+2=24
IV 6 3 2 2 2 --- 18+2+2+2=24
V 6 (4x3)+(2x4) --- --- --- 2 20+2+2=24
VI 6 (4x3)+(2x4) --- --- --- 2 20+2+2=24
Total credits 132+8 Non CGPA=140

Bachelor of Commerce Programme

Semester No. of courses Credits per subject Credits for Add on courses EVS Total credits
I 7 (6x3) + (1x4) 1 --- 23
II 7 (6x3) + (1x4) 1 --- 23
III 6 (4x3) + (2x4) --- 2 22
IV 6 (4x3) + (2x4) --- 2 22
V 6 (3x3)+(3x4) --- --- 21
VI 6 (3x3)+(3x4) --- --- 21
Total credits 132+8 Non CGPA=140

BSc Computer science

Semester Nos of Discipline-Specific Courses (Theory+Practicals) Credit Per Theory Credit per practical SECC AECC Total credits
I 12(8+4) 2 1.5 -- -- (16+6)=22
II 12(8+4) 2 1.5 -- -- (16+6)=22
III 9(6+3) 2 2 -- 4 22
IV 9(6+3) 2 2 -- 4 22
V 9(6+3) 2 2 2 x2theory=4 --- 22
VI 9(6+3) 2 2 2 theory=4 --- 22
Total credits 132+8 Non CGPA=140

Bachelor of Business Administration

Semester No. of courses Credits per subject Credits for Add on courses EVS Total credits
I 6 (3x4)+(3x3) 2 23
II 6 (1x4)+(5x3) 2 21
III 6 (2x4)+(4x3) 2 22
IV 6 (2x4)+(4x3) 2 22
V 6 (1x4)+(4x3)+(1x6) 22
VI 6 (1x4)+(4x3)+(1x6) 22
Total credits 132+8 Non CGPA=140

Bachelor of Business Administration (Computer Applications)

Semester No. of courses Credits per subject Credits for Add-on courses EVS Total credits
I 6 (1x4)+(5x3) 2 21
II 6 (1x4)+(5x3) 2 21
III 6 (5x3)+ (1x6) 2 23
IV 6 (4x3)+(2x4) 2 22
V 6 (4x3)+(2x4) 2 22
VI 6 (3x3)+(3x4) 2 23
Total credits 132+8 Non CGPA=140

Note: In case of any queries related to the examination contact the examination cell.

Email Id: exam.connect@stmirascollegepune.edu.in


About Autonomy

Mira’s College – The First Arts & Commerce College In Maharashtra To Be Granted Autonomy In The Year 2007

Autonomy is the privilege granted by a University to colleges affiliated to it to undertake some of the functions undertaken by the University itself. The University of Pune has placed its trust in St. Mira’s College and allowed the College to design B.A. / B.COM Degree courses to suit students’ and industry needs and conduct exams in the same. Autonomy is synonymous with accountability. Only such educational institutions that have a track record of excellent academic performances, credibility and are well known for ‘Healthy and Ethical Practices’ are granted Autonomous status.

Certification:

Every year students will receive a mark sheet mentioning percentage of marks and Grade secured at the end of each year.

At the end of the third year, the University of Pune will award the students the Degree Certificate. Such a certificate will bear the name of University of Pune as also the name of St. Mira’s College for Girls, Pune. The certificate will be issued separately for a degree in Arts / Commerce stream, but will essentially reflect a multi-discipline competence in commerce or Arts subjects and electives chosen from across the streams.

Advanced learners who have taken advanced courses in their subjects will get certificates, which clearly mention the advanced level of their subject in their respective certificates.

Course Features:

  • Exhaustive concept coverage
  • Industry relevance
  • Case study based learning
  • Assignments
  • Practice oriented; Vocation oriented
  • Inter – disciplinary elements in course content
  • Contemporary and relevant courses of study
  • Nomenclature of subject aligned to indicate actual contents
  • Course materials complemented with exercises – objective tests – computerized tests

Examination Cell:

The entire examination work is entrusted to an Examination Committee consisting of the Principal and senior faculty members.

As per Statutes, the College has appointed a Controller of Examination to ensure fair and smooth conduct of examinations. The Committee members meet regularly to formulate and implement Rules and Regulations for the conduct of Examinations under autonomy. Under autonomy, evaluation is a continuous process. The course has a combination of tests, discussions and project work for each year. The tests may be objective, multiple choice questions, short answers, essay types, project based and practical activities.


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