Examination Criteria

The Board of Examiners may test any candidate by means of written/electronic/oral/practical examination or any other form of evaluation. Each course examination leading to the award of the Degree of Bachelor of Information Technology carries a maximum mark of 100. A candidate shall not re-sit for a course examination, for which he/she has already obtained a grade of “C” or above. The pass mark for course examination shall be 40%.

First Year Examination

Each candidate shall sit during his First Year of study, number of courses, relating to semester 1 and semester 2 and be subjected to continuous assessment.

Any candidate who obtained a minimum GPA (Grade Point Average) of 1.5 at the First Year course examinations may proceed to and register for the Second Year.

Note that enhancement courses are Non-GPA.

Second Year Examination

Each candidate shall sit for a number of courses, relating to semester 3 and semester 4 and be subjected to continuous assessment during his/ her second year of study.

Any candidate who obtained a minimum GPA (Grade Point Average) of 1.5 at the Second Year course examinations may proceed to and register for the Third Year.

Third Year Examination

Each candidate shall sit for a number of courses, relating to semester 5 and semester 6 during his/ her third year of study. The examination for the project shall consist of the project report and its defense.

Examination Admission CARDs

Before a minimum of one week prior to the commencement of the examination, the admission cards for the examination will be issued for all the eligible candidates through the website. In the event of a candidate having any issue related to the admission, he should inform the EDC of UCSC immediately. Failing that candidate will not be allowed to sit the examinations.

Other Requirements

Those candidates who are referred or re-referred must of necessity obtain a pass in the relevance of such course examination in accordance with examination criteria. A candidate can appear for any course examination until either he/she obtains a pass in the course or completes the degree programme. However, a student shall not re-sit a course examination, for which he/she has already obtained a grade of “C” or above.