Different methods of evaluation are to be adapted to assess students' performance. The in-semester (internal) evaluation shall have a total weight of 40 percent in each course. Students have to obtain 50 percent to pass in the internal exam. Without passing internal exam students will not be qualified to appear in semester exam. Total weight of internal exam includes internal assessment, project work, class attendance, class talk, home worked upon the recommendation of departmental committee. In case a student remains absent in internal examination due to serious illness will given one-time opportunity to appear in the exam if he/she is able to produce an authorized medical certificate. The internal exam notice will be published by the concerned department or campus. The total evaluation will be done by taking final examination. In total one credit equivalent to 25 marks for both theory and practical papers

Theory paper

Forty percent mark is allocated for Internal Assessment and is assessed by the concerned faculty on the basis of internal examination. 60% mark is allocated for Final examination.

Laboratory work

The laboratory work is evaluated based on the performance of student during the regular lab work (40%) as well as the Examination taken at the end of each semester (60%).


The student must prepare a thesis and should submit it within 3 months after the completion of the academic session of the fourth semester. The duration can however extended by the head of the department on request from the student and on the recommendation of the supervisor with suitable reason.


All studentsmust attend and take active participation in seminars organized by the department. Each student must present at least one research paper or topic provided to him/her with critical assessments and discussion comments. Evaluation will be done by assessing quality of presentation and participation in all the departmental seminars. Each student must get at least satisfactory grade in the Seminar.

krishnadasmanandhar.jpgThe shape of country is defined by the higher educations and the research activities adapted by it for the production of potential human resources which may abruptly bring new approaches for nation. While we talk about science and technology in the prospective of Nepal, it has yet to follow the world trend.

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