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Course Registration Months:
Jaunary and July

Academic Sessions will start in
the month of Jaunary and July

Admission Criteria and Progression at DDE, S-VYASA

 

ADMISSIONS AND ELIGIBILITY:
The candidate shall have secured a minimum of 50% of marks in High School and Degree Programmes.
Candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Group I shall be considered eligible for admission if they have passed the qualifications obtaining not less than 40% of marks in aggregate

ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENT:
Each semester is considered as a unit and the candidate has to put in a minimum attendance of 90% in each subject with a provision of condonation of 10% of the attendance by the Director on the specific recommendation of the Course Coordinators on the reasons such as medical grounds, DDE level sports and cultural activities, academic matters such as seminars, workshops and paper presentations. 
The basis for the calculation of the attendance shall be the period prescribed by the DDE according to its calendar of events
The students shall be informed about their attendance position periodically so that the students shall be cautioned to make up the shortage.

GRADING SYSTEM:
The student will be assigned a grade in each course based on his or her combined performance in the sessional work and the final examination. Grade distinction and grade point of each grade is as follows:

Grade Distinction

Marks Obtained

Grade

Grade Point

Class

Less than 50 %

F

0

Fail

50 % to 54 %

C

1

Pass

55 % to 64 %

B

2

Second class

65 % to 74 %

A

3

First class

75 % to 100 %

E

4

Distinction


Cumulative Grade Point Average: Based on the grades obtained in all the subjects registered for by a student, his or her Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) is calculated as follows:



CGPA = Sum of (No. of Credits X Grade Point)
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Sum of No. of Credits
CGPA is rounded off to the second decimal place

CREDIT WAIVER/TRANSFER:

Exemption from a Subject
A student seeking exemption from a subject should apply to the Dean of the Department, stating reasons within 3 days of registering for the course.
A student who has applied for exemption of a subject should continue attending the classes for the subject until the result is declared. He/she could discontinue only if exemption is granted.

DROPPING OF SUBJECTS:
A student may in consultation with his or her adviser and instructor, drop a subject on or before 7 days of registering for the courses.
A student may register again whenever the offer in the subsequent semester for that subject which he/she has dropped in a previous term arises.
A student cannot register again, for any subject that he/she has completed and passed, for the purpose of improving the grade in that subject. The possibility of improving a grade arises only when a student fails in a subject and gets a F grade.

PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT:

 To achieve the objectives of education, the most important aspect is the assessment and evaluation of the students. SVYASA has evolved a unique and comprehensive way of evaluating the total personality development by a combination of the ancient Gurukula system of evaluation by the Gurus or the teachers and by the measurements of the modern era of science and technology. The students are evaluated by the following tools of assessment:

a. Theoretical comprehension of the subject
b. Achievements in yoga practices
c. Skills of communication
d. Team work performance including the organizational skills
e. Teaching capacities
f. Research attitudes and skills
g. Transformation of the personality and 
h. Development of the zeal for selfless service, national awareness and  spiritual growth

These will be used for giving the grades of the personality assessment of the students.  Assessment of the personality is done by recording the changes based on scientific measurements, assessments by the faculty, their team-work performances, self-assessments, attendance, regularity and steadiness, etc.   There is continuous monitoring of their growth.