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In order to make a uniform policy for admission to the graduate classes, it was envisaged that admission to all graduate classes be opened at one time according to admission schedule under these regulations:

  • ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION

Only those candidates will be eligible for admission who have passed their undergraduate (16 years equivalent) degree by securing a minimum of 60% marks or a CGPA of 3.00 out of a maximum of 4.00. CGPAs on other scales will be translated accordingly. For admission to M.Sc. in Applied Physics / Applied Chemistry / Applied Mathematics the candidate has to secure a minimum of 60% marks in B.Sc. (14 years) as well as a minimum marks of 60% in the relevant subject.

The applicant shall have to clear Genral Aptitude Test (GAT) General test for admission to all programs except M.Sc. in Applied Physics / Applied Chemistry / Applied Mathematics for which tests shall be given by respective departments.

  • A candidate for admission to a postgraduate class, [other than those mentioned at (b) to (L)below] must possess at least Bachelor's Degree in the relevant discipline/subject from a recognized Institute/University unless higher qualification is laid down for a particular discipline.
  • A candidate for admission to M.Sc. Applied Chemistry must hold one of the following degrees from a recognised University.

The Applicant must have passed Intermediate examination with Pre-Engineering/Pre-Medical subjects & B.Sc. with one of the following combinations:

  • Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics/Mathematics General
  • Chemistry, Physics and Statistics
  • Chemistry, Physics and Geology
  • Chemistry, Botony and Zoology
  • A candidate having one of the following degrees will be eligible for admission in M.Sc.Computer Engineering:
  • Four years Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and Engineering or Computer Systems Engineering or Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering or M.Sc. (16 years) in Physics with specialization in Electronics or M.Sc. (16 years) in Electronics from HEC recognized University.
  • There is no age restriction
  • A candidate having one of the following degrees will be eligible for admission in M.Sc. Computer Science:
  • Four years Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or Computer Science and Engineering or Computer Systems Engineering or Computer Engineering from HEC recognized University
  • M.Sc. (16 years) in Computer Science or equivalent from HEC recognized university.
  • B.Sc. Electrical Engineering from HEC recognized university subject to completion of six additional CS foundations courses as determined by Post Graduate Committee.
  • There is no age restriction
  • A candidate for admission to the Master's Degree Course in City & Regional Planning must hold one of the following degrees from the recognized University/Institution
  • B.Sc. City & Regional Planning
  • Bachelor of Architecture
  • B.Sc. Civil Engineering
  • A candidate for admission to M.Sc. in Mathematics must hold one of the following degrees from a recognised Institution.
  • B.A./B.Sc. with A & B Courses of Mathematics
  • B.Sc. with Mathematics and Physics
  • A candidate for admission to M.Sc. degree course in Mechatronics must hold one of the following degrees from a recognised Institution.
  • B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering
  • B.Sc. Electrical/Electronics Engineering
  • B.Sc. Mechatronics Engineering
  • A candidate for admission to M.Sc. degree course in Applied Physics must hold B.Sc. degree with Physics and Mathematics as major subjects
  • A candidate for admission to M.Sc. Environmental Engineering must hold one of the following degrees from a recognised University/Institute:-
  • B.Sc. Civil Engineering
  • B.Sc. Chemical Engineering
  • B.Sc. Environmental Engineering
  • B.Sc. Transportation Engineering
  • B.Sc. Building & Architectural Engineering
  • B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering
  • A candidate for admission to M.Sc. in Integrated Building Design must hold one of the following degree from a recognized University
  • B.Sc. Architectural Engineering & Design
  • B.Sc. Civil Engineering
  • Bachelor of Architecture
  • And a candidate for admission to M.Sc. in Building Engineering must hold one of the following degree from a recognized University
  • B.Sc. Architectural Engineering & Design
  • B.Sc. Civil Engineering
  • A candidate for admission to M.Sc. Engineering Management must hold B.Sc. Engineering Degree from a recognized University/Institute
  • A candidate for admission to M.Arch. must hold one of the following degrees from a recognized University,
  • B. Sc. Architectural Engineering & Design
  • B. Sc. in City & Regional Planning
  • B. Sc. Civil Engineering

However pre-requsite subjects, if required will be decided at the time of admission considering the subjects opted by the students.

  • AWARD OF GRADUATE DEGREES

Graduate Degrees shall be awarded in the following disciplines:-

  • Electrical Engineering Department
     
  • M.Sc. Electrical Engineering with specializations in:

    • Power Engineering
    • Computer Engineering
    • Electronics & Communication Engineering
    • Control Systems Engineering
    • Computer Science & Engineering Department

    M.Sc. Computer Science with specializations in:

    • Software Engineering
    • System Engineering
    • Artifical Intelligence
    • Database Systems

    M.Sc. in Computer Engineering

    • Computer Engineering
    • Mechanical Engineering Department
    • M.Sc. Mechanical Design Engineering
    • M.Sc. Thermal Power Engineering
    • Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Department
    • M.Sc. Manufacturing Engineering
    • M.Sc. Engineering Mangament
    • M.Sc. Mechatronics Engineering
    • Civil Engineering Department
    • M.Sc. Structural Engineering
    • M.Sc. Geotechnical Engineering
    • M.Sc. Hydraulics & Irrigation Engineering
    • Architectural Engineering and Design Department
    • M.Sc. in Integrated Building Design
    • M.Sc. in Building Engineering
    • M.Sc. Transportation Engineering
    • M.Sc. Environmental Engineering
    • Chemical Engineering Department

    M.Sc. Chemical Engineering with specializations in:

    • Process Engineering
    • Industrial Pollution Control Engineering
    • Bio-Chemical Engineering
    • Computer Aided Design
    • 11. M.Sc. Polymer & Process Engineering
    • 12. M.Sc. Metallurgical & Materials Engineering
    • 13. M.Sc. Mining Engineering
    • 14 M.Sc. Petroleum & Gas Engineering
    • 15. M.Sc. City & Regional Planning
    • 16. Master of Architecture
    • 17. M.Sc. Applied Physics.
    • 18. M.Sc. Applied Chemistry
    • 19. M.Sc. Applied Mathematics
    • 20. M.Phil in Applied Chemistry
    • 21. M.Phil in Applied Physics
    • 22. M.Phil in Apllied Mathematics
  • PROCEDURE FOR ADMISSION
    • Application on prescribed form with requisite documents, complete in all respects should be submitted to the respective department, University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore on or before the due date.
    • Incomplete applications shell not be entertained.
    • The non-refundable application fee should be remitted/paid through Habib Bank account no 01287900621003 with the application.
    • The admission of foreign students will be made on the basis of the academic record of the candidate and the assessment of his scholarship made by the Board of Postgraduate Studies of the Department concerned. The Board of Postgraduate Studies may ask the candidate to appear for test and interview.

     

  • TEST AND INTERVIEW FOR ADMISSION
  • For admission to programs where GAT/GRE General Test is not required (Serial No. 17 to 19 of section 4) a written admission test shall be held by the department concerned on the fixed date and interviews shall be held immediately after the test. For all other programs interviews shall be held by the respective departments on specified dates. Separate interview shall be held for each specialization where applicable. The candidate must qualify the test and interview.

  • ADMISSION ON MERIT
  • The admission will be granted on merit.

  • DETERMINATION OF MERIT
  • In order to determine the merit for admission, the marks obtained by a candidate in the test and interview will also be added to the academic marks obtained by him as given below:-
    Academic 60 marks
    Test 25 marks
    Interview 15 marks

  • PRE-REQUISITE COURSES
  • Depending upon the number and nature of courses studied by an applicant at the undergraduate level, the candidate may be directed by the Chairman concerned to study and pass a certain number of pre-requisite courses at the undergraduate level before permission to attend the postgraduate classes.

  • PROCEDURE IN CASE OF SELECTED CANDIDATES
  • A candidate selected for admission will be informed through an official notification issued by the Convenor Admission Committee and a list of selected candidates will also be displayed on the Notice Boards of the concerned department and of the Admission Cell. Website www.uet.edu.pk
  • Within 10 days of the dispatch of an official notification the selected candidate will be required to pay the University dues and submit four copies of photographs duly attested.
  • On fulfillment of requirements mentioned above, the candidates will be admitted to postgraduate classes. The Chairman of the Departement will send immediately a list of admitted students through the Dean concerned for registration.
  • No candidate shall normally be admitted after 15 days from the beginning of the classes.
  • REQUIREMENTS FOR POSTGRADUATE COURSE
  • A full-time course in Engineering, Architecture and City & Regional Planning shall extend over a minimum period of one academic year and a part-time course shall be extended over a minimum period of two academic years. However, in case of M.Sc. course in Engineering Management, full time course shall extend over a minimum period of one and a half academic year and a part time course shall be extended over a minimum period of two and half academic years.
  • The full time course in M.Sc. Applied Chemistry, Applied Physics, Applied Mathematics and Mechatronics shall extend over a minimum period of two years.
  • There shall be two terms in an academic year. The first term will normally commence from the first Monday of October.
  • The postgraduate courses shall be divided into two groups, Group-A, and Group-B. The subjects to be offered in each term shall be decided by the Chairman concerned in consultation with the Board of Post Graduate Studies and shall be announced at least one month before the commencement of the term.
  • The master degree students will be required to take certain number of subjects from Group- A and Group-B, offered by the department. The number of subjects to be taken by the students are indicated in the Outline of Courses of the concerned department.
  • If the Chairman of the Department / Director of the Institute feels necessity of additional subject to be taken by the candidate he may direct him accordingly.
  • A part-time student shall normally be allowed to take only two subjects in a term. The Chairman of the Department / Director of Institute concerned may, however, allow the student to take an additional subject.
  • REQUIREMENTS FOR EXAMINATION
  • Each examination shall be held within the University Campus, twice in an Academic Year at the end of each term.
  • No candidate shall be admitted to an examination unless he fulfills the following conditions:-
    • He has been on the rolls of the University in the faculty concerned during the term in which the examination is held.
    • He has applied for admission to examination on a prescribed form within the due date.
    • He has not been debarred for admission to the examination under any other Regulation.
    • The candidate who wishes to seek admission to an examination will be required to submit his form to the Controller of Examination through the Chairman of the department concerned and the Dean of the faculty concerned according to the following schedule.
  • With normal fee two weeks before the commencement of the examination.
  • With late fee, (Rupees Fifty) six days before the commencement of the examination.
  • With double fee before two days of the commencement of the examination.
  • NOTE:
    No application shall be entertained after the time limit mentioned above.

  • PASS MARKS
  • In order to pass the examination in any paper, a candidate shall have to obtain not less than 50 percent marks in it.

  • ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENT
  • No candidate shall be admitted to an examination unless the following conditions are fulfilled:-

  • He has been on the rolls of the University during the whole academic term in which the examination is being held.
  • He has attended in each paper in which he has to be examined not less than 85 percent of total number of lectures delivered, the periods of laboratory practical and design work done and the instructional tours made during the term in which the examination is held, provided that the Dean of the faculty concerned may for valid reasons condone to the extent of 10 percent of deficiency in the above mentioned percentage.
  • PART-I & PART-II SESSIONAL WORK, STUDIO WORK, PRACTICAL AND VIVA VOCE
  • Part-I (Theory) and Part-II (sessional, studio work, practical and viva voce), both examinations shall be considered as separate papers for the purpose of examination.
  • The sessional work shall include tests, practical work, studio work and other assignments.
  • Students appearing for theory paper as well as Sessional work shall pay separate fees for Part-I & Part-II.
  • For all Post Graduate Programs Excluding M.Sc. Applied Physics, Applied Chemistry and Applied Mathematics.

  • If a candidate fails in one paper only and obtains not less than 40 percent marks, he shall be allowed to appear in the paper at the end of the following term only.
  • If a candidate fails in more than one paper or fails in a single paper after having appeared in second time, he shall be allowed to appear in examination in the paper(s) only provided that he shall repeat the full course of the paper.
  • For M.Sc. Applied Phsics, Applied Chemistry and Aplied Mathematics.

  • If a candidate fails in part-I and/or Part-II paper(s), he shall be allowed to re-appear in these paper(s) in two examinations only. If he fails in these paper(s) in two attempts, he shall repeat the full course in order to appear in the examination of the paper.
  • THESIS / DISSERTATION
      • In addition to the course work the candidate shall be required to submit the dissertation/thesis. Each candidate shall be assigned for his thesis research to a Supervisor. Title of research and the name of the Supervisor shall be approved by the Vice Chancellor on the recommendations of the Chairman of the Department / Director of the Institute concerned.
      • A candidate must pass in all the papers of the course before the thesis evaluation is undertaken.
      • Evaluation will be done by the internal and external examiners. The Supervisor will act as the internal Examiner and the External Examiner will be appointed by the Vice chancellor on the recommendations of the Board of Postgraduate Studies of the Department concerned.
      • Every candidate shall submit 4 typed copies of his thesis for evaluation within six months from the date of assignment of the thesis. One copy of the dissrtation after evaluation will be returned to the candidate concerned.
      • If a candidate is permitted to revise his thesis, he must submit the revised thesis for evaluation not latter than six months from the announcement of the decision permitting him to do so.
      • MAXIMUM TIME LIMIT

A full time candidate must fulfill all requirements for the award of Master's degree within a period of four academic years from the date of his registration and a part-time candidate must do so within six academic years from the date of his registration.

STATUTES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE SEMESTER SYSTEM OF TEACHING AND EXAMINATIONS OF M.SC.COMPUTER SCIENCE AND M. Sc. COMPUTER ENGG. DEGREES
  1. For full time students, the minimum duration of the degree program shall not be less than three regular academic semesters in Computer Science and Computer Engineering.
  2. The maximum duration of the degree program shall not be more than four academic years from the date of registration in case of full time students and six academic years from the date of registration for part time students.
  3. The minimum credit hours required for the award of degree shall not be less than 33.
  4. The course of study, the credit hours (CH) allocated to each subject and detailed syllabus shall be according to the proposals made by the Post Graduate Research Committee concerned and approved by the Syndicate on the recommendations of the Board of Faculty concerned and the Academic Council.
  5. In Part-I of a subject, there shall be a mid-term examination of minimum one hour duration and an end-term examination of at least one and a half hour duration. These examinations shall carry 30 and 40 percent weight of the Part-I of that subject respectively. Short quizzes, home assignments and class participation shall carry the remaining 30 percent weight for Part-I of that subject.
  6. In Part II of a subject, each Experiment, Design, Drawing, Project or Assignment shall be considered an examination. The cumulative performance in all the Experiments performed, Designs, Drawings or Assignments completed during the semester shall carry 100 percent weight for Part II of the subject. Teacher(s) of Part II shall keep all students informed of their performance at every stage in each category of task performed. At the end of semester and before the commencement of end-term examination, teacher(s) would prepare a comprehensive award list. This list would show marks earned in each category of the task performed and the cumulative score earned by the student, out of 100. The teacher(s) would assign letter grades to the comprehensive scores in consultation with the chairman according to the prescribed guidelines. This list along with letter grades would be displayed for three days on notice board for the students to see and discuss anomalies, if any. Following this period, one copy of the comprehensive award list along with letter grade would be sent to the Controller through the chairman of the department. One copy each would be retained by the chairman and the teacher. It is the responsibility of the chairman of the department to ensure correctness of the comprehensive award list.
  7. For all examinations, the teacher or teachers of a subject shall set the question paper of that subject, supervise its examination, mark the answer books and prepare the award list. However, External Examiners shall be involved for examining the M.Sc thesis. Continuous Assessment and Final Viva-Voce Examination for the Thesis shall carry 60 and 40 percent weight respectively.
  8. Every subject teacher(s) of Part I shall return the marked quizzes and mid-term examination scripts to the students for review. Mid-term scripts, however, would be recovered from the students and deposited with the chairman concerned. It is required that the students should know their complete results excluding the End-Term before commencement of the End-Term examinations. Teacher(s) would mark the End-Term examination scripts within one week after its completion. The teacher(s) would prepare a comprehensive award list indicating:
    1. marks earned in each quiz;
    2. marks earned in the Mid-Term Examination;
    3. Assignment(if any);
    4. the marks earned in the End-Term Examination; and
    5. Cumulative score in percent, earned as a whole, by each student according to weights assigned to each category of examination/tests according to para (6) of these regulations. The teacher(s) would assign letter grades to the comprehensive scores in consultation with the chairman according to the prescribed guidelines. This comprehensive award list along with letter grades would be pasted on the notice board for three days for students to see and discuss anomalies, if any. The students may be shown the end term examination marked scripts, if they so desire. Ten days after the End-Term examination, one copy of this comprehensive award shall be sent to the Controller through the Chairman of the Department and one copy each shall be retained by the chairman and the teacher. It is the responsibility of the chairman of the department to ensure correctness of the comprehensive award list.
  9. Grade points (GP) in each subject, Semester Grade Point Average (GPA) and Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of each student shall be computed by the Controller at the end of each semester.
  10. Letter Grade shall be awarded according to the guidelines provided by the University and Grade Points shall be awarded according to the following criteria:

Table: Guidelines for Award of Letter Grades And Corresponding Grade Points
Grade A+ A B+ B B- C+ C C- D F
Grade Points 4.0 3.7 3.3 3.0 2.7 2.3 2.0 1.7 1.0 0.0
% age Marks   90  85  80  75  70  65  60  55  50  <50
Guidelines  - - - - - - - -- - -- - -- - -- - -- - -- - -
     100  89   84  79  74  69  64  59  54

  1. The GPA and CGPA shall be computed according to the following formula:

GPA= (GPi* CHi )/ CHi
i = 1 to n, where n is the number of subjects in the semester for which GPA is computed.
CGPA= (GPj* CHj )/ CHj
j = 1 to m, where m is the number of total subjects covered in all semesters up to the semester for which CGPA is to be computed.

  1. A student who fails to maintain a minimum GPA of 2.0 at the end of 1st semester shall be put on probation for the 2nd semester. In case he fails to improve his CGPA to 2.0 at the end of 2nd semester, his name shall be removed from the rolls of the University.
  2. A student shall have the option to repeat subjects in order to enable him/her to improve his/her CGPA. In case of repetition of a subject, the new grade earned would replace the previous grade, whether high or low.
  3. Completion of required number of credit hours with a minimum CGPA of 3.0, without any 'F' grade, shall be required for the award of degree. Name of the student who fails to complete his degree requirements within the maximum time allowed would be removed from the University rolls.
  4. Answer sheets of mid term and end semester examinations will be stored in the respective department for one calendar year after declaration of result of that semester. The sheets would be destroyed subsequently.
  5. A student may submit a Grade Change Request to the chairman's Office specifying the specific reason for change in grade. Grade Change Requests must be submitted not later than one week after the first grade was posted or within the first week of the following semester, whichever is later. The request will be routed to the concerned faculty member. Normally, the only person who can change a grade is the faculty member who gave the grade; however, in case that faculty member is no longer available or cannot be reached, the department chairman has the authority to evaluate the situation and change a grade, if required. When a grade is to be changed, the chairman shall forward the case to the Dean with justification for change. The result will be modified after approval of the Vice Chancellor.
  6. Within first fifteen days of the beginning of each semester excluding the first semester, Chairman of each department shall register students in subjects being taught during that semester in his department. Registration roll in each subject of the semester shall be dispatched to the Controller of Examinations.
STATUTES AND REGULATIONS RELATING TO M.PHIL DEGREE IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS/ APPLIED PHYSICS/ APPLIED CHEMISTRY
  1. ADMISSION PROCEEDURE
  2. Candidates possessing Master's degree in Ist Division in relevant discipline i.e., Mathematics/Physics/Chemistry from a recognized University or equivalent qualifications recognized by the Syndicate and having a good academic record may be admitted to M.Phil class. The student must have passed GRE gerenral type test with a minimum score of 50. The suitability of the candidate shall be assessed by a Committee of the Relevant Department consisting of three teachers from the Board of Postgraduate Studies of the department through a written/oral test prior to admission.
  3. Admission of students to M.Phil class shall be made on the recommendation of the above Committee. A candidate selected for admission will be informed through an official notification issued by the Convenor Admission Committee and a list of selected candidates will also be displayed on the Notice Boards of the concerned department and of the Admission Cell.
  4. When the admission of a student has been notified to him, he shall pay the prescribed dues within the period specified for this purpose otherwise his admission shall liable to be canceled.
  5. All admissions finalized by the Admission Committee shall be reported to the Dean of the Faculty concerned for registration.
  6. The admission of any student is liable to be terminated by the Board of Postgraduate Studies on a report from his Supervisor, at any time if his academic progress or conduct is not found to be satisfactory at any stage
  7. COURSES OF READING
  8. The course shall extend over a minimum period of two years (a year consisting of two terms) for full time students and over a minimum period of three years for part-time students.
  9. The general scheme of studies for the M.Phil course shall be as under:-

a. During First year
i. First Term 4 theory Papers
ii. Second Term 4 Theory paper.
b. During Second Year Thesis and Viva Voce

  • The medium of instruction and examination shall be English.

NOTE: Each paper will be of 3 Credit hours/Week and will carry 100 marks.

  • Thesis and Viva-Voce examination will carry 400 marks for M.Phil in Appllied Mathematics.
  • Thesis examination will not carry any marks for M.Phil in Applied Physics & Applied Chemistry, however, must be approved by the examination committee.
  • A part-time student shall normally be allowed to take at most two papers in a term.
  • Each candidate shall be assigned for his thesis a Supervisor who shall be appointed by the Board of Postgraduate Studies from amongst the teachers of the Department.
  • Each candidate will be required to submit a thesis. The topic of the thesis and its synopsis alongwith the name of the Supervisor shall be approved by the Board of Postgraduate Studies of the department.
  • Synopsis of the thesis shall be submitted to the Committee for Advanced Studies & Research of the University for the final approval.
  • The Courses of study and the detailed syllabi shall be recommended by the Board of Studies of the department and approved by the competent bodies well in time before the start of the class.

ii. The papers to be offered in any term shall be decided by the Dean of the Faculty concerned on the recommendations of the Board of Postgraduate Studies of the department and shall be announced at least one month before the commencement of the session.

  • EXAMINATION
  • An examination shall be held within the University Campus at the end of each term on such dates as the Vice-Chancellor may approve on the recommendation of the Board of Studies in the department.
  • No candidate shall be admitted to an examination unless the following conditions are fulfilled;
  • He has been on the rolls of the University in the Faculty concerned during the term in which the examination is held.
  • He has attended in each paper in which he has to be examined, not less than 85 percentof the total number of lectures delivered, provided that the Dean of the Faculty may forvalid reasons, condone, to the extant of 10 percent a deficiency in the above mentionedpercentage.
  • He has applied for admission to the examination in the manner laid down in Regulation 16 below.
  • iv. He is not debarred from taking the examination by any Regulations or Rule enforce at that time.
  • The candidate who wishes to appear in an examination shall submit to the Controller of Examinations through the Dean of the Faculty not less than two weeks before the date fixed for the commencement of examination, an application on the prescribed form together with the prescribed examination fee but if for any reason, he could not do so in time, he may submit his application later alongwith the prescribed examination fee and a late fee, but in no case after the examination has commenced.
  • In order to pass in a any paper or a thesis a candidate must secure not less than 50 percent marks in it.
  • If a candidate fails in one paper only but obtain not less than 40 percent marks in it, he shall be allowed to take another examination in the paper at the end the term next following.
  • If a candidate fails in more than one paper or fails in a single paper after having appeared in it for a second time under Regulation 18, he shall be allowed to appear in an examination in the paper(s) only once again provided that he repeats the full course for the paper(s)
  1. The Internal and External Examiners in each paper and for the thesis shall be appointed by the Vice Chancellor on the recommendation of the Board of Studies of the relevant Department.
  2. a. Every candidate shall submit for evaluation four typed copies of his thesis.

b. The thesis shall be evaluated by one external examiner and internal examiner (Supervisor). Each examiner shall submit his report to the Chairman, Board of Postgraduate Studies of the Department and make one of the following recommendations:-
i. That the viva-voce examination be held to enable the candidate to defend his thesis
ii. That the thesis be resubmitted by the candidate after revision on the lines to be suggested by the examiner.
iii. That the thesis be rejected as not of sufficient merit for the holding of the viva voce examination and the candidate be declared to have failed and not eligible for the award of M.Phil Degree.
c. The Final Report on the Thesis and Viva Voce Examination by the Examiners shall be submitted on the prescribed proforma.

  1. In case there is a difference of opinion between the Examiners, the Vice-Chancellor, shall appoint a third Examiner on the recommendations of the Board of Postgraduate Studies of the department, whose opinion shall be final.
  2. If a candidate whose thesis has not been approved, is permitted to revise his thesis, he must submit the revised thesis for evaluation not later than six months from the announcement of the decision permitting him to revise the thesis.
  3. A candidate must pass in all the papers of the course before the result of his thesis evaluation is declared.
  4. As soon as possible and ordinarily not later than four weeks after the termination of an examination, the Controller of Examinations shall publish the result of the Examination.
  5. Without prejudice to the provision of Regulation 6 a full time candidate must pass in all the papers of the course and submit his thesis within Four (4) years from the date of admission and a part-time candidate must do so within a period of Six (6) years from the date of admission.
  6. A candidate who has cleared all the dues, passed in all the prescribed papers and, in addition, whose thesis submitted in accordance with the above Regulations has been approved shall be eligible for the award of an M.Phil Degree in the relevant disciplines.
  7. Successful candidates securing 75 percent and above marks shall be placed in Grade-A, 60 percent and above but less than 75 percent shall be placed in Grade-B and 50 percent and above but less than 60 percent shall be placed in Grade-C.
STATUTES AND REGULATIONS RELATING TO THE M.PHIL DEGREE IN ARCHITECTURE
  1. ADMISSION PROCEDURE
  2. Candidates possessing Master's degree in Ist Division in Architecture from a recognized University or equivalent qualifications recognized by the Syndicate and having a good academic record may be admitted to M.Phil class. The student must have passed GRE gerenral type test with a minimum score of 50. The suitability of the candidate shall be assessed by a Committee consisting of three teachers from the Board of Postgraduate Studies of the department through a written/oral test prior to admission.
  3. Admission of students to M.Phil class shall be made on the recommendation of the above Committee. A candidate selected for admission will be informed through an official notification issued by the Convenor Admission Committee and a list of selected candidates will also be displayed on the Notice Boards of the concerned department and of the Admission Cell.
  4. When the admission of a student has been notified to him, he shall pay the prescribed dues within the period specified for this purpose otherwise his admission shall liable to be canceled.
  5. All admissions finalized by the Admission Committee shall be reported to the Dean of the Faculty concerned for registration.
  6. The admission of any student is liable to be terminated by the Board of Postgraduate Studies on a report from his Supervisor, at any time if his academic progress or conduct is not found to be satisfactory at any stage.
  • COURSES OF READING
    1. The course shall extend over a minimum period of two years for full time students and over a minimum period of three years for part time students.
    2. The medium of instruction and examination shall be English.
    3. The general scheme of studies for the M.Phil course shall be as under:-
        1. Special paper on the Thesis Topic
        2. Thesis & Viva Voce
    4. Each candidate will be required to submit a thesis. The topic of the thesis and its synopsis along with the name of the Supervisor shall be approved by the Board of Postgraduate Studies in Architecture.
    5. Each candidate shall be assigned for his thesis a Supervisor who shall be appointed by the Board of Postgraduate Studies in Architecture from amongst the teachers of the Department.
    6. No candidate shall be admitted to an examination unless the following conditions are fulfilled;
        1. He has applied for admission to the Examination in the mannerlaid down in Regulation 12 below.
        2. He is not debarred from taking the examination by any Regulation or rule for the time being in force.
    7. The candidate who wishes to seek admission to an examination shall submit to the Controller of Examinations through the Dean of the Faculty concerned, not less than two weeks before the date fixed for the commencement of examination, an application on the prescribed form together with the prescribed examination fee but if for any reason, he could not do so in time, he may submit his application later alongwith the prescribed examination fee and a late fee, but in no case after the examination has commenced.
    8. The Internal and External Examiners in Special paper and for the Thesis shall be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendations of the Board of Studies of Architecture and the Board of the Faculty concerned.
    9. The thesis shall be evaluated by two external examiner and internal examiner (Supervisor). Each examiner shall submit his report to the Vice-Chancellor independently and make one of the following recommendations:-
        1. That the viva-voce examination be held to enable the candidate to defend his thesis
        2. That the thesis be resubmitted by the candidate after revision on the lines to be suggested by the examiner.
        3. That the thesis be rejected as not of sufficient merit for the holding of the viva voce examination and the candidate be declared to have failed and not eligible for the award of M.Phil Degree.
    10.  In case, the difference of opinion among the Examiners is equally divided the Board of Studies of Architecture shall appoint a third examiner whose opinion shall be final.
    11. Every candidate shall submit for evaluation four typed copies of his thesis. A viva-voce examination shall also be held where the candidate will defend his thesis.
    12. If a candidate whose thesis has not been approved, is permitted to revise his thesis, he must submit the revised thesis for evaluation not later than six months from the announcement of the decision permitting him to revise the thesis.
    13. A candidate must pass in special paper before the result of his thesis evaluation is declared.
    14. As soon as possible and ordinarily not later than four weeks after the termination of an examination, the Controller of Examinations shall publish the result of the Examination.
    15. Without prejudice to the provision of Regulation 6 a full time candidate must pass in the special papers and submit his thesis within a period of three years from the date of admission and a part-time candidate must do so within four years from the date of admission.
    16. A candidate who has cleared all the dues, passed in special papers and, in addition, whose thesis submitted in accordance with the above Regulations has been approved shall be eligible for the award of an M.Phil Degree in Architecture