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Constitution of Examination Cell

Autonomous status was conferred to V.S.M College, Ramachandrapuram with effect from the academic year 2015-16. The Executive committee of the college established the Examination Cell for conduct of examinations and evaluation of the students of the college. The Examination Cell was constituted with the following members for the Academic year 2021-22:

1. Sri S.N. Ali Ansaari, Principal Chairperson 2. Sri M.Phani Kumar, Controller of Examinations 3. Sri P.Sriharsha, Asst. Controller 4. Sri A.V.V.Satyanarayana Asst. Controller

The Examination cell is constituted in the following manner. A panel of names is proposed for the appointment of the Controller and Asst. controllers of examinations by the Staff Council of the college and is placed before the Executive Committee of the college for selection. After the selection is made by the executive committee, the Principal appoints the Controller and Asst. controllers of examinations.

The Examination Cell is a fully computerized, fool proof environment which conducts examinations in a confidential and transparent manner and makes the evaluation process in a highly confidential and professional environment.

Functions of Examcell

  • 1.Filing the Syllabus and model question papers that are approved bythe Academic council from time to time.
  • 2.Sending offer letters to paper setters.
  • 3.Filing the acceptance letters of paper setters and examiners from different colleges.
  • 4.Collecting more than 3 sets of Question Papers– 2 months before the commencement of the examinations.
  • 5.Issuing notice to the students for the payment of examinations fee – 30 days before the examination schedule.
  • 6.Issuing chalanas - 30 days before the examination schedule.
  • 7.Filing the received challans and fee receipts
  • 8.Announcing the Examination schedule (time-table) – 20 days beforethe examination schedule.
  • 9.Preparation of nominal rolls of the registered candidates.
  • 10. Issuing Hall Tickets Which is printed with exam dates – 7 days beforethe Examination schedule.
  • 11. Issuing Invigilation Duty Slips for all examinations for Both Teaching &Nonteaching staff 2 days before the Examination schedule.
  • 12. Preparation of room wise Nominal Rolls with Photo and Registration Number one day before the examination schedule.
  • 13. Code Letter which was selected by Principal is stamped on required answer scripts
  • 14.The Question Paper Confidential Seal is opened only after taking the signatures of Chief Controller of Examinations and Controller of Examinations and the Subject Expert before 3 hours the scheduled time of the examination under the supervision of the Principal.
  • 15. Room allotment of the Students is displayed on the Notice Board 30 minutes before the scheduled time of the Examination. a. To avoid mistakes either in questions or in paper pattern, formal rechecking of the question paper is done by the subject Expert. b. Examination halls for invigilators are assigned on lottery basis. (Every Examination Hall accommodates 24 Students).
  • 16. Issuing the Question Papers, 24 Pages Answer Scripts for UG and 32 Pages Answer Scripts with marked serial number and Students Seating arrangement sheet to the Invigilators 30 minutes before the Examination.
  • 17. A computerized bell system makes the bell ring every half an hour as an alert to the students when the examination is going on.
  • 18. No student is allowed to leave the examination hall until the examination time is over.
  • 19. Two flying squads keep observing every examination hall throughout the examination period.
  • 20. Examination Conducting Team Collect the Absentee’s Statement from each examination room 30 minutes after the commencement of the examination.
  • 21. Entering the Student Absents in Examination Software and prepare the Students absentee statement (After completing every examination)
  • 19. Two flying squads keep observing every examination hall throughout the examination period.

CORE VALUES:

  • Student centric approach
  • Knowledge driven education
  • Focus on ethics and integrity
  • Social accountability and social conscience

OBJECTIVES

  • To ensure that quality education with the best available infrastructure is accessible to all students from rural backgrounds
  • To encourage students and provide an ambience to develop their innate skills along with academics
  • To engage well-settled alumni and industry experts to bring a global perspective to academics
  • To consistently keep upgrading and updating our courses based on current trends and demands of the industry
  • To establish a strong network of alumni and Philanthropists for scholarships and awards to meritorious and economically backward students
  • To provide best job opportunities through our rigorous campus placement programs
  • To positively imbibe into the minds of the students that they need to be socially responsible global citizens