1. The College Examination Branch conducts all the College Examinations.
2. All students must appear in all the examinations conducted by the College.
3. The following examinations will be conducted by the College during an academic year:
a) H.S. 1st Year 1st Terminal & 2nd Terminal and Annual Examination
b) H.S. 2nd Year 1st Terminal & 2nd Terminal and Pre-Final Examination
c) T.D.C. 1st & 2nd Sem Unit Tests and Two Sessional Examinations per Semester as per DU norms
d) T.D.C. 3rd & 4th Sem Unit Tests and Two Sessional Examinations per Semester as per DU norms
e) T.D.C. 5th & 6th Sem Unit Tests and Two Sessional Examinations per Semester as per DU norms
4. The examination schedule is embodied in the Academic Calendar of the college.
5. TDC 1st / 2nd Semester students are to take admission in the next promotional classes after appearing in their respective final examinations.
6. (a) The suitability of the students to appear at the final examination with subject(s) having practical will be decided on the basis of their regularity and performance in the laboratory work. Those found below standard will not be allowed to appear in the final examination.
(b) Marks in the “Internal Assessment” for practical papers of TDC course student will be decided on the basis of their regularity and performance in the laboratory work and test conducted by the concerned departments at least one month before the final examination.
7. For all the College examinations, pass marks as laid down by AHSEC/Dibrugarh University will be taken as standard for selection test. Relaxations, if any, will be decided by the “Committee for finalization of results of selection test examination”.
8. A student not appearing in any subject in any examination shall be deemed to have secured “ZERO” in that particular examination.
9. Absence from the selection test examination shall mean detention but under special circumstances may be considered on the merit of the periodical examination. No such consideration will be made in case of students attending below 75% classes in respect of both Higher Secondary and Three Years (Six Semesters) Degree Course students.
10. Students declared as discollegiate are debarred from appearing in the test for H.S. student and end semester examination for B. Sc. student.
11. Result of defaulters on account of College and Library matters will be kept withheld.
12. Re-admission of unsuccessful students will be governed by “College Admission Rules”.
13. Expulsion from any examination will lead to the expulsion from the College.