Academic Policies

  1. Admissions
    In the admission of students, the College may consider an applicant's character. The College may refuse to admit an applicant because of past misconduct. The BlueCrest University College designates appropriate personnel to review all applications. This Rule describes the procedure and assigns responsibility for the review of these applications for admission.
    1. Entry Requirement
      Different programs have different entry requirements. Please contact the office for more    details.
    2. Assessment Process and Grading System


  1. The weightage for three modes of assessment are as follows:
    1. Continuous Assessment
      • Attendance / Class Assignment / Practical's/Case Study/ Quiz.
    2. Mid Term
    3. End of semester Examination

Grading System

  1. Tabular Presentation of Grading System

    A student's performance in a course shall be graded as follows:

    Grading System

    Grade Mark Grade Point Description
    A 85 - 100 4.0 Excellent
    B+ 75 - 84 3.5 Very Good
    B 70 - 74 3.0 Good
    C+ 65 - 69 2.5 Average
    C 60 - 64 2.0 Fair
    D+ 55 - 59 1.5 Barely Satisfactory
    D 50 - 54 1.0 Weak Pass
    E 0 - 49 0 Fail
    IC - - Incomplete
    X - - Disqualified
    Z - - Examination Malpractice
    Ab - - Absent

  2. Incomplete Grade
    1. An Incomplete Grade (IC) shall be awarded to a student who is unable to complete a course for reasons adjudged by the Department and Faculty Boards as satisfactory.
    2. Such a student shall be expected to complete the course by taking at least one continuous assessment and supplementary examination.

  3. Disqualification
    Grade X shall be awarded to a student who is unable to complete a course(s) for reasons adjudged by the Department and Faculty Boards as unsatisfactory.

  4. Examination Malpractice
    A Grade Z shall be awarded to a student who involves him/herself in an examination malpractice or related offence, and shall be awarded whenever it is established that a candidate attempted to gain an unfair advantage in an examination, be it an End-of-Semester Examination or any other paper.

    A Grade Z shall be awarded only by the Faculty Board with subsequent approval by the Academic Board. A candidate awarded a Grade Z shall be debarred from taking any of the University's examinations for a stated period, or indefinitely, or may be expelled from the University.

  5. Academic Freedom and Responsibility
    1. Academic Freedom and Responsibility
      1. The College believes that academic freedom and responsibility are essential to the full development of a true College and apply to teaching, research, and creativity. In the development of knowledge, research endeavors, and creative activities, the faculty and student body must be free to cultivate a spirit of inquiry and scholarly criticism and to examine ideas in an atmosphere of freedom and confidence. The faculty must be free to engage in scholarly and creative activity and publish the results in a manner consistent with professional obligations. A similar atmosphere is required for College teaching. Consistent with the exercise of academic responsibility, a teacher must have freedom in the classroom in discussing academic subjects selecting instructional materials and determining grades. The College student must likewise have the opportunity to study a full spectrum of ideas, opinions, and beliefs, so that the student may acquire maturity for analysis and judgment. Objective and skillful exposition of such matters is the duty of every instructor.

      2. The established policy of the College continues to be that the faculty member must fulfill his/her responsibility to society and to his/her profession by manifesting academic competence, scholarly discretion, and good citizenship. The College instructor is a citizen, a member of a learned profession, and an academic officer of the College. The instructor should be constantly mindful that these roles may be inseparable in the public view, and should therefore at all times exercise appropriate restraint and good judgment.

    2. Academic freedom is accompanied by the corresponding responsibility to:
      1. Be forthright and honest in the pursuit and communication of scientific and scholarly knowledge;
      2. Respect students, staff and colleagues as individuals and avoid any exploitation of such persons for private advantage;
      3. Respect the integrity of the evaluation process with regard to students, staff and colleagues, so that it reflects their true merit;
      4. Indicate when appropriate that one is not an institutional representative unless specifically authorized as such; and
      5. Recognize the responsibilities arising from the nature of the educational process, including such responsibilities, but not limited to, observing and upholding the ethical standards of their discipline; participating, as appropriate, in the shared system of collegial governance, especially at the department/unit level; respecting the confidential nature of the relationship between professor and student; and adhering to one's proper role as teacher, researcher, intellectual mentor and counselor.

  6. Deferment
    1. Before Commencement of program
      An applicant offered admission but who desires to commence study in a year other than that in which an offer has been made shall be required to apply afresh for admission. That is, a fresh student cannot defer his/her program.

    2. On ground of ill-Health
      An application for deferment must be made and approved by the Dean. Subject to the approval, a medical certificate issued by a medical officer of a government hospital or a recognized medical officer must be presented as an evidence of ill-health.

    3. On ground other than ill-health
      Continuing students who due to various reasons wish to defer their programme should first consult their Heads of Department/Academic counselor for advice. He/she shall then apply officially to the Dean through Heads of Department.

  7. Examinations
    1. Examinations rule and regulations
      The following rules and regulations will govern the conduct of all examinations in the university. It is the duty of all concerned to acquaint themselves with them.

      1. A student who does not fulfill continues assessment requirement of course does not qualify to take the end of semester examination in that course.
      2. It is responsibility of the candidate to find the examination room well in advance and to be seated, at least, fifteen minutes before the commencement of any examination paper.
      3. A candidate arriving thirty minutes after the start of a paper may be refused entry into the first half-hour of the period allowed for a paper or enter the examination room after the first half-hour, any exception to this rule must be reported in writing to the relevant Head of department.
      4. Candidate is required to use their index numbers throughout the examination.
      5. Under no circumstances must a candidate name be written on any part of the answer book provided. Candidate who fails to comply with this regulation will be penalized.
      6. Any candidate leaving the examination room and intending to return must be accompanied, while outside the examination room, by an attendant.
      7. Candidate may be required at any time to establish their identity.
      8. No books, prepared notes, or paper of any kind are to be taken into the examination room unless otherwise specified.
      9. Smoking is not allowed in the examination room.
      10. There shall be no communication whatever between candidates during the examination. A candidate may attract the attention of the invigilator by raising a hand.
      11. No mobile phone, radio programmable calculator or any other communication equipment or media are to be taken into the examination room. Failure or comply may lead to confiscation of the gadget.
      12. Any irregular conduct on the part of the candidate such as copying from another or from prepared notes may result in the cancellation of his/her examination paper and or more severe penalty.
      13. Candidate should not remove from the examination room any unused material (e.g. answer booklets or part thereof, supplementary answer sheets, graphs sheets, drawing paper) supplied for examination. Candidate may, however, retain their question paper except the rubrics state otherwise.
      14. A candidate who finishes an examination ahead of time may leave the examination room after submitting his/her answer booklet .such candidate shall not be allowed to return to the examination room.
      15. Candidate should not in any way interfere with the stapling of answer booklet. Any complaints about the answer booklet should be brought the attention of the invigilator.
      16. A breach of any of the foregoing regulation made for the conduct of university examinations may attract one or more of the following sanctions.
        1. A  reprimand;
        2. Loss of marks;
        3. Cancellation;
        4. Withholding of results for a period.
      17. In addition to Grade Z shall be awarded whenever it is established that a candidate to gain an unfair advantage in an examination. Further sanction may include.
        1. Being barred from university examinations,
        2. Suspension from university
        3. Expulsion from university

History of College

BlueCrest College was conceived as a high-tech Information Technology (IT) centre of excellence in late 2013.
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For Certificate in IT, Diploma in IT and Fashion Design Programs:

Intake for these programs is open throughout the year.

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  1. Admissions
    In the admission of students, the College may consider an applicant's character. The College may refuse to admit an applicant because of past misconduct. The BlueCrest University College designates appropriate personnel to review all applications.
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When to Apply

For Certificate in IT, Diploma in IT and Advanced Technology Programs:

Intake for these programs is open throughout the year. Please contact the admission cell for a free information sheet and batch start dates for these programs.

For Bachelor's Degree Program

Intake for Bachelor's Degree Program takes place in two sessions every year:

Spring (Feb) Intake: Intake for this session begins mid-November till end-February.

Fall (Sep) Intake:    Intake for this session begins mid-May till end-August.

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