Evaluation and Grading
Each Semester of NIIT's Revolutionary Mastermind Diploma Series is broken down into 3 or more modules. Each of these modules has a proctored online Module test with equal weight that contributes towards the final Grade. The minimum pass percentage for each test component is 45%
The weight for three modes of assessment are as follows:
- Continuous Assessment
- Attendance / Class Assignment / Practical's/Case Study/ Quiz.
- Mid Term
- End of Semester Examination
|A||80 - 100||4.0||Excellent|
|B+||75 - 79||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|
- Incomplete Grade
- 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.
- Such a student shall be expected to complete the course by taking at least one continuous assessment and supplementary examination.
Grade X shall be awarded to a student who is unable to complete a course for reasons adjudged by the Department and Faculty Boards as unsatisfactory.
- Examination Malpractice
A Grade Z shall be awarded to a student who involves him/herself in an examination malpractice or related offense, 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 College's examinations for a stated period, or indefinitely, or may be expelled from the College.
History of College
BlueCrest College was conceived as a high-tech Information Technology (IT) centre of excellence in late 2013.
For Certificate in IT, Diploma in IT and Fashion Design Programs:
Intake for these programs is open throughout the year.
- Visit the Campus for Information Sheet.
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.
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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