Courses Offered :
- B.Tech. Instrumentation Engineering
AICTE approved seats : 25
- B.Tech. Electronics & Communication Engineering
AICTE approved seats : 30
In these regulations, unless the context otherwise requires
i) “Programme” means 4 year (8 Semester) B. Tech. Degree programme in:
(a) Instrumentation Engineering,
(b) Electronics and Communication Engineering, and
(c) Computer Science and Engineering.
That is equivalent to B.E.
ii) “Course” means a theory or practical subject that is normally studied, in a semester, like Mathematics,
Physics, Engineering Graphics, Computer Practice, etc.
iii) “Faculty” means a Faculty of the University, like Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Science, etc.
A Dean heads each Faculty.
1.1 Admissions to the B. Tech. Ist semester will be made through All India Engineering Entrance
Examination (AIEEE) and Central counseling/or as per guidelines/directions of Counseling Board /
1.2 The selection of diploma/B.Sc. candidates for admission in IInd year/III rd semester will be
based on the specified entrance test and Counseling Board/University.
1.3 No direct admission from any other university is permissible.
1.4 A candidate shall not be admitted to the autumn (First) semester of the first year after 30th September or after one month of the commencement of teaching in the semester, whichever is later.
1.5 Domicile requirements, age limit and medical standards will be same as prescribed
by the Government/University.
2.1 A candidate should have passed the 10+2 examination of the Uttarakhand Education & Examination Board or its equivalent with Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and English in single sitting. Single sitting means, a candidate who has passed qualifying examination in one attempt only without any compartment.
2.2 A candidate should have passed the 10th examination of Uttarakhand Education & Examination
Board of its equivalent and 3-4 years diploma/B.Sc. (with minimum 60% marks).
As per policy of Government/University.
4.1 Every candidate is required to attend all lectures, tutorials, practicals and other prescribed curricular and co-curricular activities. It can be condoned upto 25% on medical grounds or on other genuine reasons.
4.2 A further relaxation of attendance upto 15% can be given by Dean/Head of the Institute for the
students, who have been absent with prior permission, for reasons acceptable to the Head of the institute.
4.3 No candidate will be allowed to appear in the End semester examination if he/she does not satisfy the overall average attendance requirements of clauses Nos.: 4.1, 4.2.
4.4 The attendance shall be counted from the date of admission in the University for the purpose of appearing in the semester examination.
16.1 All students shall enroll, on admission, in any one of the personality and character development programmes like NCC/NSS and undergo practical training for about 80 hours and attend a camp of about ten days. National Cadet Corps (NCC) will have about 20 parades. National Service scheme (NSS) will have social service activities in and around the institute/College/university. While the training activities will normally be during weekends, the camp will normally be during vacation period.
5.1 Total duration of B.Tech. Course shall be four years, each year comprising two semesters.
5.2 Each semester shall normally have teaching for the 90 working days.
5.3 A student failing two times in the (Ist and /or IInd semester) of the Ist year and ineligible for the back paper system (Clause 9) shall not be permitted to continue further for the programme.
5.4 Maximum time allowed for a candidate admitted in Ist /IIIrd semester for completing the B. Tech. course will be 7 (seven) years/5 (five) years, respectively. Those who are unlikely to satisfy this condition shall not be allowed to continue the studies any further for the programme.
5.5 All eligible students must register on specified date for each semester.
6.1 The 4 years curriculum will be divided into VIII semesters and shall include lectures, tutorials,
practicals, seminars and projects in addition to practical training and educational tours as defined in the scheme of examinations.
6.2 It will also include co-curricular and extra-curricular activities as prescribed from time to time by the University.
6.3 After Completion of 3rd year (VIth Semester), but before the start of VIIIth semester, students will have to visit other Analytical, Biomedical, Chemical processes, etc. labs to get more exposure in the subjects.
6.4 The final year project(s) will be carried out by the student, in the University or with the permission of the University, in other University/Institute/Organization/Industry.
7.1 Student’s performance will be evaluated through continuous assessment in the form of class tests, assignments, quiz tests, viva-voce/practicals, etc. There shall be an examination at the end of each
semester in theory subjects, practicals and project.
7.2 The distribution of marks for the class tests, quiz tests, assignments, end semester theory, practical and other examination shall be as per the prescribed scheme of examination.
7.3 The maximum marks for the theory and practical subjects shall consist of marks allotted for
end semester examination and sessional work.
7.4 Pass/fail in a subject shall be declared on the basis of total marks obtained in theory/practical
examination and sessional awards for theory/practical subjects.
7.5 The minimum pass marks in theory subjects (including sessional marks) shall be 40%. However,
minimum pass marks for each sessional (Theory and practical) will be 40% failing which a student
will not be allowed to appear in the End Semester Examination.
7.6 The minimum pass marks in practical subjects (including sessional marks) shall be 50%.
7.7 The marks of the previous semester(s) shall not be added in determining the result of any semester examination.
7.8 To pass a semester a candidate must secure 50% aggregate in that semester.
7.9 The final year project(s) will be evaluated on the basis of the weightage of 20% Report writing, 50% for the Project work and 30% for Presentation and Viva. There shall be two presentations for each Project evaluation and at least one outside expert will be the member of the evaluation committee.
7.10 Minimum pass marks for Project work will be 50%.
7.11 Where a student fails in a project (if included in course of study) or fails to submit in the specified time, he/she shall be allowed to resubmit the same in the next year (when related examination falls) on payment of the required fee.
7.12 Candidate passing in all subjects but failing in aggregate marks in a semester may make up the shortage, by appearing in the maximum 3 papers in which he/she has the lowest marks, in the
subsequent University examination, subject to the condition that the total number of semesters in whichhe/she has this shortage of aggregate is not more than two in the whole program. The marks will appear in the ascending order to marks up the shortage.
7.13 No merit position shall be awarded to a candidate who has qualified for Promotion to higher classes with back papers (carry over papers).
7.14 One compulsory paper “Environmental Science” would be implemented in Ist year (second semester). The marks in the subject shall not be added for the purpose of declaring division. This subject shall be of qualifying nature. Student has to secure above 40% marks in the examination of this subject to qualify it.
8. Promotion Rules
8.1 A candidate satisfying all the conditions under clause No. 7.1 to 7.14 shall be promoted to the next semester.
8.2 A candidate not satisfying the above conditions but not failing in more than three subjects( theory and /or practical) of a semester examination, shall be governed by the clause No.9.
8.3 All other candidates will be required to repeat the semester as a regular candidate, after re-admission or opting for ex-studentship. This facility is, however, subject to the time limit stipulated in clause No. 5.4.
9. Promotion under Back paper scheme.
9.1 A candidate who fails in the category of clause No. 8.2 shall be eligible for provisional promotion to next semester and to the back paper system..
9.2 Regarding the facility of the back papers in BE/B.Tech. Exams there would be a provision of a total of maximum of six back papers at any point of time during his stay in the BE/B. Tech. programme, whether they be of any Semester.
9.3 No separate Back paper examination will be held for any subject. Any candidate eligible for the back paper system shall have to appear in the back paper subjects in the subsequent University examination for the same semester/subject.
9.4 Marks obtained in the back paper examination shall replace the original marks only to the extent of minimum required to pass. However, if the aggregate is less than 50% , the marks may be substituted to the extent that the aggregate does not exceed 50%. Sessional marks will remain unaltered.
9.5 Candidate who fails to get minimum 50% aggregate and eligible for Back paper system can be allowed to appear in maximum 3 subjects.
10.1 Candidate, opting for ex-studentship shall be required to register by paying only examination fee within 15 (fifteen) days of the declaration of end semester result.
10.2 Sessional marks in the subject of an ex-student shall remain the same as those secured by him/her earlier.
11.1 Result at the end of final year will be declared with the following weightage:
(a) For candidates admitted in Ist semester of B.Tech. course:
I Year 25%
II Year 50%
III Year 75%
IV Year 100%
(b) For candidate admitted in IIIrd semester of B. Tech. Course after diploma/B.Sc.:
II Year 50%
III Year 75%
IV Year 100%
12. Award of Division
12.1 If a candidate passes all examinations in single attempt and secures 75% or more in aggregate marks,he/she will be placed in First Division with Distinction.
12.2 If a candidate passes all examinations and secures aggregate marks of 60% or more but less than 75% he/she will be placed in First Division.
12.3 If a candidate passes all examinations and secures aggregate marks of 50% or more, but less than 60% he/she shall be placed in Second Division.
13. General Proficiency (GP), Seminar, Industrial Training, Educational Tour (if any) etc.
13.1 There is no pass marks in General Proficiency. However, these marks will be added for the purpose of declaring result.
13.2 A candidate must secure 50% marks to pass in Seminar, Industrial Training, Educational Tour, etc, each.
14. Grace marks
A maximum of 5(five) marks may be awarded in every semester examination to those candidates who by the award of these marks can be declared to have passed in all the subjects of the semester. If a candidate secures less than 50% marks in the aggregate, no grace marks will be awarded. No grace marks will be awarded for the sessionals and practicals.
Scrutiny shall be allowed as per rules of the University. Revaluation is not permitted.
16. Personality and Character Development (Optional)
16.2 Every student shall put in a minimum of 80% attendance in the practical training and attend the camp compulsorily. Normally this is to be completed during the first year. For valid reasons, the Dean of Student’s Welfare/related in charge(s) may permit a student to complete these equirements in the second year. However, before enrolling for Vth semester, a student should have completed the training and produce a certificate from the appropriate authority of NCC/NSS for having satisfactorily completed the prescribed training and camp.
17. Conduct & Discipline
Students are required to maintain a high standard of discipline and to follow the University rules strictly. The University administration may revise the conduct rules in the interest of the University as and when necessary. The rules are as follows:
(a) A student will be liable for punishment as per rules in force for acts of misbehavior, misconduct and indiscipline, which in any manner are subversive to the normal functioning of the University, and are against the general interest of the University and the students. The following are deemed to be acts of indiscipline:
1) Disregard of University/Hostel rules, orders and notices.
2) Disregard of orders and instruction of staff members.
3) Noisy, disorderly and obnoxious behavior.
4) Ragging of junior a student, which is banned.
5) Persistent negligence of studies.
6) Irregular attendance and unauthorized absence from classes and hostel.
7) Failure to produce identity card demanded by member of staff, warden, etc. at any time and place within the University premises or in town.
(b) Student shall be responsible for all the tools, apparatus, instruments and materials, etc. issued to them.
(c) Student shall observe all safety precautions. The University is not responsible for accident of any
nature in the University, hostel, workshop, laboratory or playground.
(d) The students without prior permission shall form no society, association or clubs.
(e) No meeting shall be convened and no outside person shall be invited to address any meeting in the University and hostel premises without prior permission.
18. Power to modify
Notwithstanding all that has been stated above, the University has the right to modify the above regulations from time to time.