DBATU University Notifications



DBATU Examination Pattern

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University is offering B-Tech as 4 year degree programme in different branches, syllabus and pattern is explained below. Generally all branches have same examination pattern and marking scheme. For first year B-Tech, syllabus and pattern is common to all branches, the subjects and syllabus for fisrt year (a.y. 2018-19) are slightly changed as compared to last year. Refer previous question papers of last year so as  to understant the paper pattern, this will be same for this academic year too.

Examinations:

DBATU University conducts two exams for regular students in every semester, those are Mid Sem Exam and End Sem Exam. Marking evaluation for each subject is as given below,

DBATU Examination Pattern

Go through the academic calendar to know about expected timetable for respective exams to be held by university.

1] Mid Sem Exam (MSE)

This exam is conducted by University in the middle of every semester and you can appear only once, generally this exam is held in first/second week of October. Go through previous question paper to get an idea about paper pattern for this exam. This exam is having 20 marks in each subjects with 6 MCQs of 1 mark each, based on first 3 units of respective syllabus. If you are absent for this exam, then you can't appear this exam again. If you want to score more, then you must prepare well, this will help you in future for better SGPA.

2] End Sem Exam (ESE)

The end semester examination will cover the full syllabus of the course and will be conducted as per the University time table at the end of each semester. University conducts End Sem exams at the end of semester, commonly known as winter/summer exam, it includes both regular and backlog/supplementary exams. This exam is having 60 marks without MCQs, whole paper will have 6 questions based on 6 units out of which 5 questions have to be solved. Each question carries 12 marks. Out of 60 marks, you have score 24 or more to pass the respective subjects. Go through the previous question papers to get idea about paper pattern and marking scheme for ESE.

3] Remedial Exam

The candidate will have an option of appearing for an Online Remedial Examination, after the declaration of each End-semester examination results, to pass the subject head where he/she has failed in regular end-semester examination of the semester. The candidate will get only EE grade if he clears the remedial examination and can continue with the next semester.
However, for improving his grade in the same subject head, the candidate will have an option of appearing in the ‘same’ subject in the Supplementary Examination before the regular end-Semester examination.

Total MCQs : 40 (50 marks)
1 marks MCQs : 30 (30 marks)
2 marks MCQs : 10 (20 marks)


In case of remedial exam, grade after passing exam is EE and grade point is 5.0 for all subjects even you pass with maximum marks. In marksheet marks for the subjects passed in remedial will be added with multiplying by 2 and grade will EE for all subjects.

Passing Criteria:

1) The candidates who obtain 40% and more marks in a subject head of the end
semester examination AND 40% or more of the total marks of a subject head shall be
deemed to have passed the respective subject head.
2) The candidates who obtain less than 40% of marks in a subject head of the end
semester examination and less than 40% the total marks of a subject head shall be
deemed to have failed in the respective subject head (Grade FF).
Examinations Maximum marks Minimum marks
Mid Sem Exam (MSE) 20 marks NA
MSE + CA 40 marks 16 marks
End Sem Exam (ESE) 60 marks 24 marks
Total=ESE+MSE+CA 100 marks 40 marks
Remedial Exam 50 marks 20 marks
CA-Continuous assesment marks (20 marks)

ATKT (promoted):

1) At the end of 1st year a candidate shall be allowed to keep terms (ATKT) to 2nd year of study provided he/she attends course work prescribed for 1st year with prescribed attendance and successfully cleared at least 60% of the total credits specified for 1st year program.
2) At the end of 2nd year a candidate shall be allowed to keep terms to 3rd year of study provided he/she attends course work prescribed for 2nd year with prescribed attendance, and successfully cleared 1st year program and at least 60% of total credits prescribed for 2nd year program.
3) At the end of 3rd year a candidate shall be allowed to keep terms to final year of study provided he/she attendants course work prescribed for 3rd year with prescribed attendance, and should have completed 2nd year program and 60% of total credits prescribed for 3rd year program.
All such candidates fulfilling the above criteria shall be declared as FAILED, ATKT.
To see detailed rules and regulations of Dr Babsaheb Ambedkar Technological University, click the link given below.

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