Computer Sciences Rules & Regulations

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Student Conduct

Students are expected to maintain the highest standards of conduct. For all graded presentation and competitions, students are expected to dress professionally- for men that is wearing a suit with a tie and shirt buttoned up, and for women that is wearing professional colors and well- ironed clothes. Cases that may result in suspension or expulsion are heard by committees, comprised of faculty members. Acts of violence, intimidation, disruption, or rioting; substantial theft or damaging university property; fraud or forgery; use or distribution of illegal drugs; wrongful use of technology; are forms of misconduct that most frequently result in dismissal from the University. Prohibited Conduct The following is general list of what constitutes prohibited conduct and is subject to disciplinary action: - Initiating or causing to be initiated a false report, warning or threat of fire, explosion or other emergency - Possession of any weapon - Causing physical harm or threat of harm to faculty or fellow students or any management member - Serious Crime committed off-campus - Violating the terms of any disciplinary sanction imposed - Distribution or possession for purposes of distribution of any illegal drug - Furnishing false information to the University - Interfering with the freedom of expression of others - Theft of property or of services; possession of stolen property - Destroying or damaging the property of others - Engaging in disorderly or disruptive conduct - Failure to comply with the directions of university officials - Use or possession of any illegal drug or controlled substances - Use or possession of fireworks - Use or possession of any alcoholic beverage - Violation of published university regulations or policies including the hostel contract, as well as those regulations relating to entry and use of University facilities, use of vehicles, campus demonstrations, misuse of identification cards, sexual misconduct, hazing, acceptable use, and parking regulations. Those students found [...]

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Academic Probation and Dismissal

Probation & Relegation Probation is a status given to a student whose academic performance falls below an acceptable standard. A student with a Probation warning cannot enroll/register courses in the subsequent semester without approval of the concerned Dean/HOD. A student of undergraduate program who scores CGPA between 1.50 and 2.00 in a Semester; may be conditionally promoted to the next semester and he/ she shall be placed on first probation. In case a student fails to score 2.00 CGPA in the Semester of First Probation, another chance shall be given to such student. He/she shall be conditionally promoted to the next semester and shall be placedon the last Probation. If the probation count of a student becomes three (3) after Last Probation, he/she shall be relegated. A Relegated student shall not be allowed to register any new course(s) and only enroll/reregister his/her repeatable course(s). During relegation, he/she shall have to maintain a minimum GPA of 2.00. To remove the relegation status, he/she shall have to earn a minimum CGPA of 2.00. The relegation period shall be counted towards the maximum period allowed for the program. If a student cannot earn a minimum GPA of 1.0 in the first semester, then he/she shall be dismissed from the program. In case GPA of a student in the first semester falls below 1.5 but equal to or above 1.0 then he/she shall be given a serious warning (the last chance to attain a semester GPA of 2.0 or above). A student on serious warning shall be dismissed from the program if he/she fails to achieve minimum semester GPA of 2.0. Readmission Readmission in the Program is only allowed once. However, under exceptional circumstances upon recommendation of concerned Dean/HOD, the Vice Chancellor may allow the student, a second readmission into the Program. Such student shall have to complete [...]

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Academic Regulations

If it is determined that an act of academic dishonesty has occurred, the matter is referred to Discipline Committee for further deliberation.

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Academic Integrity

University of South Asia is an academic community. Its main purpose is the pursuit of knowledge. Like all flourishing communities, the University can function properly only if its members adhere to clearly established goals and values. Essential to the fundamental purpose of the University is the commitment to the principles of truth and academic honesty. Accordingly, the Code of Academic Integrity- Policy on Plagiarism  is designed to ensure that the principle of academic honesty is upheld. While all members of the University share this responsibility, the Code of Academic Integrity is designed so that special responsibility for upholding the principle of academic honesty lies with the students. The University's Code of Academic Integrity is a world recognized honor code. Any of the following acts, when committed by a student, shall constitute academic dishonesty: 1. Cheating: fraud, deceit, or dishonesty in any academic course or final year project or final thesis in an attempt to gain an unfair advantage and/or intentionally using or attempting to use unauthorized materials, information, or study aids in any academic course or final year project or final thesis. 2. Fabrication: intentional and unauthorized falsification or invention of any information or citation in any academic course/ final year project/ final thesis. 3. Facilitating academic dishonesty: Intentionally or knowingly helping or attempting to help another student to violate any provision of the Code of Academic Integrity. 4. Plagiarism: Intentionally or knowingly representing the words or ideas of another as one's own in any academic course or exercise. If it is determined that an act of academic dishonesty has occurred, the matter is referred to Discipline Committee for further deliberation.

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All quizzes, tests, Mid Term and Final Term Examination shall take place on the University Campus. In extra ordinary circumstances the Examination Centre may be created outside the University for the Conduct of Final Term Examination.The record of tests/ marked answer scripts / assignments / Quizzes/ Projects/ attendance etc. used for internal assessment of student semester work, shall be maintained by the respective teacher/department and disposed-off as per instructions of the Examination Department.  Grading System Score % (out of 100) Score % (out of 100) Grade Grade Points 90-100 45-50 A+ 4.00 80-89 40-44 A 4.00 75-79 38-39 B+ 3.50 70-74 35-39 B 3.50 65-69 33-34 C+ 2.50 60-64 30-32 C 2.00 55-59 28-29 D+ 1.50 50-54 25-27 D 1.00 Less than 50% Less than 25% F 0.00 Transferred Credits P (Exempted) 0.00 Withdraw W (Withdraw) 0.00 Incomplete I (Incomplete) 0.00 Audit Au (Audit) 0.00 Conversion of Annual System Marks to GPA/CGPAPercentage Obtained inAnnual SystemGradeGrade Points85% & AboveA+4.0070% & 84%A3.9955% & 69%B2.66 - 3.6545% & 54%C1.66 - 2.6533% & 44%D1.00 - 1.65Less than 33% FailF0.00 Note:a) The range of marks defined above for a particular grade may be split further to reflect incremental grade points.b) This conversion table is only for the purpose of students who have obtained degrees under the annual system.Lab Work AssessmentIn laboratory work/practical, each experiment, project, assignment, design and drawing etc. will be determined by the concerned teacher in the computation of cumulative performance on a scale of 50, from all assessment instruments completed during a regular or summer semester.Award of Letter Gradesa) The letter grade in a course shall be determined by the instructor on the basis of percent marks earned cumulatively in all Examinations and assessment exercises (as required for the course), in accordance with the prescribed Grading System.b) In a course where the practical work credit(s) is incorporated, the [...]



A student shall register himself/herself for the course(s) of study and 75 % attendance shall be required in each course/component (lectures, lab work, seminars, presentations, internship etc.) to qualify for appearing in the Final Term Examination of each semester in the respective course(s). A date-wise record of the attendance of students shall be maintained by each teacher by using online University portal and/or manually as well. The list of eligible students for the Final Examination shall be notified by the Controller of Examinations one week before the start of Final Term Examination of each semester. A student, who does not have the required attendance percentage and is declared Not Eligible for the Final Term Examination of enrolled course(s), shall not be allowed to appear in the Final Term Examination of concerned course(s) and shall be treated as having withdrawn from the course(s). The course(s) shall appear on the transcript with a letter Grade “W”. Such student shall have to repeat the concerned course(s) in a forthcoming Semester which offers the course(s). In case a student due to some unavoidable circumstances (Performing Hajj, accident, serious illness or such other genuine reasons) having less than 75 % attendance but more than 60% in the course(s), may be allowed to appear in the Final Term Examination of course(s), having made up the deficiency in the form of attending extra classes/ submitting extra assignments arranged by the concerned teacher upon recommendation of head of department. A student involved in University Level Society/ Sports and participating in Inter-University/ HEC/ National/ International Tournament/ Event, he/ she may be allowed to appear in the Final Term Examination of course(s) in which he/she has attended at least 60% of the lectures delivered in the class, having made up the deficiency in the form of attending extra classes/ submitting extra assignments, arranged by the [...]