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Veterinary Education Regulations VCI-Minimum standard of Veterinary Education Degree course (B V Sc & A H) regulations - 2016
• Implemented from – 2016 Session. • Duration of Programme – 5 ½ Years. (including one year Interneship) • Each Academic year shall consist of 210 days of instructions, excluding days of examination
B V Sc & A H Curriculum Six components ØCore courses ØInternship & Entrepreneurial Training ØCompetence in skills
Core courses • 179 Credit Hours • RVC/ NCC • NSS
Annual Distribution of Credit load Professional year Theory Practical Total First 14 7 21 Second 13 6 19 Third 15 9 19 Fourth 8 9 17
Internship • Prior to registration for Internship, all the • Core courses • NCC/NSS/RVC/NSO Ø Tracking Progamme Ø Study circles Ø Entrepreneurial Training • Six Months Rotational compulsory Internship. – – Clinical Departments Production Departments Livestock Farms Veterinary Hospitals.
Competence in skills Based on complete course curriculum of Degree programme
Examinations • A student is required to secure 50% marks in theory as well as practical in each examination. • Weightage of theory & Practical shall be in ration of 40 : 60 in both internal and external exams.
Make up Examination rules • For Internal Exam. Only • Due to Hospitalization, demise of Family member, Interview of SSB, Govt organization etc. Apply with in three days of conduct of examination to Head of concerned Department through respective Advisor. No make up for external examinations.
Promotion and Failure • A student should secure over all grade point average (*OGPA) of 5. 00 out of 10. 00 at the end of degree to be eligible to get B V Sc & A H. • Failed students shall register again for the entire professional year. • A student failing 3 consecutive years in a professional year of B V Sc & A H shall be dropped automatically.
Compartment Examination A student failing in maximum of two papers only may be allowed once to appear in compartment examinations for those paper(s). Compartment examination shall comprise of the external component of both theory and practical of the failed paper(s), which shall constitute the 100% weightage for that Paper(s) and the marks of internal examination shall not be considered for the evaluation of Compartment Examination.
Compartment Examination The compartment examinations shall be conducted within 20 calendar days after the date the results of concerned professional year examination declared. The results of such compartment examination shall be declared within 5 days after the examination is conducted. In case of failure of any of the compartment paper (s), the student will be reverted back to the previous professional year and will be required to repeat all the requirement of that failed Professional year, as a fresh year.
• There shall be no provision for grace marks in any case.
Grades & Grading – 8. 000 and above - first division with distinction – 7. 000 to 7. 999 - first Division – 6. 000 to 6. 999 - Second Division – 5. 000 to 5. 999 - Pass