The University Examination branch adds the in which the student failed, if adding these grace marks helps the student to
i) pass in these one or two failed subjects and
ii) get eligibility to receive the degree. These grace marks shall be added only when the candidate submits an undertaking which is duly forwarded by the Principal of the concerned college.
The University introduced from the academic year 2016-17 onwards as R16 Academic Regulations. As per the , in the marks memo of the student, only the letter grade and grade point are shown; the actual marks secured by the student are not shown. Hence the student does not know how many marks are required to pass the subject and student cannot apply for the grace marks.
Hence the matter was placed in the Meeting under table item no.4 for the suitable directions. The Academic Senate advised the Examination branch to . The benefit of grace marks shall be extended to only such students who submit their application cum undertaking for grace marks. All such student undertakings must be endorsed by the College Principal.
Under the circumstances as stated above, the Vice-Chancellor is pleased to approve to notify all the eligible students, college-wise, after the declaration of every series of examinations.
The benefit of grace marks shall be extended only to students who submit their application cum undertaking endorsed by the Principal of the College for grace marks, subject to ratification by the Executive Council.