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The scheme for various examinations conducted by the University as well as those conducted by the College, namely class tests and preparatory examinations are :

  1. Regular class tests will be held in all subjects .
  2. Continuous Assessment Examination will be held in all subjects
  3. Students must appear and qualify internal Examination, failing that they would not be allowed to appear in the University Examination.
  4. For students of the second and third year the same scheme of evolution will be followed.

Examination Regulations as set by the University

  1. Students must secure at least 40% marks in their class test, and also in the preparatory examination.
  2. The minimum marks to be secured in an Continuous assessment exam is 25% for all. students.
  3. The rest 75% marks should be secured in the University examination



  • Attendance at Lectures

The college hours are from 9:00 am to 4 pm. Students are expected to attend all classes within this time period according to the time table and must meet the minimum requirements of the University in this regard.
As per requirements of the University, a student must attend at least 75% of the classes held in each subject, for being considered regular. A candidate attending less than 75% and above 65% of the classes shall be declared “Non–collegiate”. Candidates attending less than 60% of the classes shall be declared “Dis–collegiate” shall be debarred from appearing at the examination.

 Promotion and permission to appear at the University Examination are subject to not only satisfactory record or work but also regular attendance at lecture, tutorials, practicals and fulfilment of other conditions as required by the University.



                Chairman                              : Principal              

                Vice-Chairman                     : Vice Principal     

                Co-ordinator                         : Mr. Lalchangliana

                Asst. Co-ordinator               : Mr. B. Lalrawngbawla



1. All Heads of Departments              2. Head Assistant 

3. Office clerk   i/c Examination        4. Coordinator, IQAC

5. Mr. Laldingliana Sailo                    6. Mr. H. Lalropianga                          

7. Ms Judy Lalremruati Ralte             


Nature of work:

  1. To frame an annual plan of action for academic activities.
  2. To conduct all internal & external examinations (MZU, MSSSB, MPSC, UPSC etc) in the college.
  3. To improve on the evaluation and assessment systems, if necessary.  

Academic Calendar, and the Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE) system:

Academic Calendar:

The preparation of the Academic Calendar is a meticulous process that involves collaboration between the college administration and faculty members. It typically covers an entire academic year, starting from the beginning of one academic session to the end of the subsequent session. The Academic Calendar serves as a comprehensive guide, outlining all the essential academic events and activities.

1. Commencement of Classes: The calendar specifies the date on which the new academic session will begin. It marks the first day of classes for each semester.

2. Mid-Term Breaks and Holidays: The calendar includes mid-term breaks and holidays, providing students and faculty with opportunities for rest and rejuvenation.

3. Examination Periods: The dates for the end-semester examinations conducted by Mizoram University are incorporated into the Academic Calendar. These examinations are typically held at the end of each semester to assess students' understanding of the entire course content.

4. Result Declaration: The expected dates for result declaration are mentioned in the calendar, giving students a tentative timeline for when they can expect their examination results.

5. Submission Deadlines: The calendar highlights the deadlines for various academic activities, such as assignment submissions, project reports, and research paper submissions.

6. Faculty Development Programs: The calendar includes dates for faculty development programs and workshops to enhance the teaching skills and professional growth of faculty members.

7. Cultural and Sports Events: The calendar also includes dates for cultural festivals, sports meets, and other extracurricular activities to promote a well-rounded education.

Continuous Internal Assessment (CIA)

The CIA system forms a crucial part of the overall assessment process, providing a continuous and comprehensive evaluation of student's progress throughout the semester.

Components of CIA: As part of the CIA system, students are evaluated based on three components: Attendance, Home Assignments, and Internal Examinations.

  1. Attendance (5 marks): Regular attendance is rewarded with marks to encourage students to actively participate in classes and academic activities.
  2. Home Assignments (8 marks): Home assignments are given at different intervals during the semester. These assignments test students' understanding of the subject matter and promote self-study and research skills.
  3. Internal Examinations (12 marks): Two internal examinations are conducted within the semester. The best set of marks obtained by students in these exams is considered for evaluation.
  4. Review and Feedback: Faculty members meticulously review students' performance in the CIA components, providing timely feedback and guidance to help them improve.
  5. Transparency and Fairness: The CIA system is designed to be transparent and fair, ensuring that all students are assessed consistently based on their academic performance.
  6. Integration with End-Semester Examinations: The final CIA marks are combined with the marks obtained in the end-semester examinations conducted by Mizoram University to arrive at the overall grade for each student.

            By following the guidelines set by Mizoram University and integrating the CIA system with the Academic Calendar, the college aims to provide a nurturing and academically rigorous environment that fosters holistic development and empowers students to excel in their chosen fields.