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Regulations of Diploma Programrne as per the Curricutum-20l5

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(With effect from th( Academic Year 2015-16) -'----

t. ESTABLISHMENT

The organization called the Directorate of Technical Education, under Department of Higher Education, Government of Karnataka.

2. SHORT TITLE AND DEFINITIONS AFID COMMENCEMENT

:A. The Regulations may be called the "Regulations of Diploma Programmes

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. as per.the Curriculum-Z}|5 (C-15)" of the powers

conferred by under

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sub section (l) of section 7 and section 145 of the Karnataka Education

Act,1983[ Karnataka Act 1 of 1995].

B. These regulations shall come in to force with effect from the academic

yeat20l5-16 onwards'

C. In th"r" regulations unless there: isis anythinsanything renurepugnant in the subjrlct or

cor$ext:-

1. Department : Means the Department of Technical Education,

2. Director

3. B.T.E.

Karnataka. I

: Means the Director of,Technical Education,

Karnataka.

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: N{eans.#onrd of Technica} Exarninations, Karnataka, Bengahxu.

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4. Chairman : Means the chairman of the Board of Technical

Examinitions.-The Director of Technical Education is the Ex-Officio

--.-.ehairman of the Boaid of,Technical Ex-aminations.

5. Secretary : Means the Secretary of the Board of Technical

Examinations. The Joint Director (Examinations), will be the Ex-

Officio, Secretary of the Boardbf Technical Examinations.

6. Examination :- Means the examinations conducted by or on behalf of

the Board of Technical Examinations.

7. Candidate : Means a person / student who is permitted to appear

for the Examinations conducted by the Board of Technical

Examinations.

8. Examination Centre : Means a polytechnic institution recognized

by Govt. of Karnataka and affiliated to B.T.E where the Examinaiions

are being conducted.

9. Academic Year: Means the date of commencement and closure of

academic activities of the institution as prescribed by the Director of

Technical Education every year. 10. A.I.C.T.E : Means All India Council For Technical Education, New

Delhi.

3. TITLE AI\D DURATION OF THE PROGRAMMBS.

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3.1 The programme shall be dalled the diploma programme und

abbreviated as DCE / DME / DECE / DEEE / DCSE etc.

3.2 The programme duration shall be of 2 academic yed?s ( 4 semesters)

and 3 academic years ( 6 Ser$esters). Such semester shall-have a

duration of l6 weeks. (In case of evening/part time diploma programme

the duration shall be three and a half t3%l academic years

(6 semesters).

3.3 The calendar of events in respect of .t.h-e programrhe shatl'be fixed by the Drector, Department of Technieal Education frors time to time.

3.4 . The examinations shall be- 'eonducted by Board sf Technical

Examination (BTE) at the end of each semester.

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-4 .ADMISSIONS AND ELi

The candidate must be a citizen of India and should have passed Karnataka S.S.L.C or Equivalent Examination

by securing not less than 35a/o marks in aggregate as per A.I.C.T.E norrns or as prescribed by A.I.C.T.E frorn time to time by Notification.

(a). For Sound Recording Ensineering and (b). Cinematography :

The candidate must be a citizen of India and should have passed

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{a1nut1!ta P U C;! (SciencePcryD o, Eqoiualent Examination by

secufing not less than 35Yo marks in aggfegate or as prescribed by

A,I.C.T.E frorn time to time by Notification. B). For Non-Engineering Programme:

(a). Commercial Practice,(b). Apparel Design and Fabrication

Technologr and (c) Modern Office Management:- The candidate

must be a cit:v:en of India and should have passed Kamataka S.S.L.C or

Equivalent Examination, by securing not less than 35o/o marks in

aggregate or as prescribed by A.I.C.T.E from tirne to time by

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Notihcation.

(d). Librar,v Science & Information managemelt:- The candidate

mtrst be a citizen of India and,,shuld have passed Karnataka P.U.C-2 cr

Equivalent Examination by securing not less than 35Yo marks in

aggregate or as prescribed by A.I.C.T.E from time to time by

Notification.

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And also,--f.or Admission tO_ a-nlr- -Engineering or Non-Engineering

programme, the candidate should have completbd at least five full

academic. years of study in Karnataka between

qualifuing examination (Study of one class for one

year will be treated

as one academic year).

I't Sta-ndard---and

Note: Candidates who have passed the 101h standard exam conducted

by CBSCIICSC and other states (10'h Standard) shall produce Eligibility

Certificates obtained from the Secretary, Board Of Technical

Examinations, Palace Road, Bengaluru

C). For Bvening Polvtechnic ( Part Time Diploma Programme):

a) The candidate must be a citizen of India and should have passed Kamataka S.S.L.C or Equivalent Examination by securing not less than

3 s%.rnarks in aggre'g,ate.

b) The candidate must be a citizen of India and should have completed at

least five full academic years of study in Karnataka between 1't Standard

and quali*ittg examination ( Study of one class for one year will be

treated as one academic year).

c) The candidate should have minimum three years of Professional

Experience in respective technical field after passing Karnataka S.S.L.C

or Equivalent Examination aq on the date of issue of admission notification and a No Objection Certificate (NOC) given by the

employer must be produced at the time of admission to part-time

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diploma course in the prescribed format.

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Prof,essional Experience:

Meang 1) Experience earned by the caridjdate working under Govem-ment

Registered Class-I -contractor (Civil or Electrieal) and*a be certified to that effect by the contractor concerned. OR 2) Employed on regular basis and presently working:

a) In

Government, Government Undertaking, Public Sector

Undertaking, C orporations.

OR

b) In a private concern registered under the Directorate of Industrial and

Commerce or the Directorate of Small Scale Industries.

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c) In a Private Limited Company Registered under company's Act.

OR

d) In Governrnent I Government recognized Iirstitutions as Technical

staff.

The period of Apprenticeship Training undergone shall also be

treated as Professional Experience, provided sponsored by the Board of Apprenticeship Training, Southe5n Region, Chennai. Further, the Candidate shalt be in an establishment situated w.ithin the

urban agglomeration area of the city in which the Professional

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Institution is situated

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1. In case where the genuinity of Employrnent Certificate is

questionable, such candidates shall produce supporting docunrents

specifying the registration details of tlre Industries/Company and /or

PF or ESI slip provided to-ftem -'

Identity cards, recent salary certificate, along with the latest salary certificate.

2. Candidates who have passed the lOth-standard examination conducted

by other State Boards / -CBSC / ICSC shall produce Eligibility

Certificates issued by the

l:rt.,*y, Board of Technical Examinations,

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Palace Road, Bengaluru

D) Lateral Entrv Admissions: .

For Lateral Entry into Second year / III Semester of the

three year

diploma programme, the candidates shall have passed Karnataka SSLC

or equivalent examination and Craftsman course of minimum two years

duration in ITI (Industrial Training Institute) in Karnatakarecognized by

NCVT (National Council For

Apprenticeship Council).

E) Institution Transfers:

A student admitted in a particular institution is expected to undergo and complete the full course in the same instifution. However, in extra- ordinary circumstances, with genuine reasons, sfudents are allowed to

take transfer from one institution to another institution during the

' beginning of academic years i.e. in 3rd 75th semester of study. The

Vocational

Training '& . Central

following guidelines shall be follgwed in this connection. (i).The sanctioned intake in any branch/ programrne shall not exceed in the event of any such transfer. The students should veriff themselves the

vacancy position in the instit_ut;n,for which they seek transfer, before

submitting their application.

(ii).Students are not eligible for change of course of study allotted at the time of admission to the diploma programme. In case of student who are

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j 'a{mitt-gd as repeaters ar_e not-eligib}e to take transfEr in that academic

year.

(iii). Transfer of students from-+ne-institution to another institution shall

be completed by the Principal with requisite documents ( Letter of

request by the student, No Objection Certificate from the parent

institution, Acceptance certificateAetter from the-iristitution to which

candidate seeks transfer) and transfer fees within the notified last date for adrnissions and duly approved by the Secretary, Board of Technical

Exarninationso Bengalur-u.

(iv). Students from private (self-financing) Polytechnics are not eligible

to take transfer to Government / Government-Aided Polytechnics.

However students from Government/Aided polytechnic( Grant -In-Aid programrnes) are eligible to take transfer to Private (self,financing) programme. Also students from private (self-financing) polytechnics are eligible to take transfer to any other private (self-financing)

polytechnics.

(v). No student shall be transferred in 2d /4th l6th Semester of studies.

(vi). Students admitted under SNQ Quota (Supernumerary Seats) are not

eligible for transfer

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A student who has discontinued hi#her studies in the middle of a semester and not appeared for tsoard Examinations due to sho*age of attendance, may amly arld get readmission in the sale semester as a

Repeater in the subsequent u"ibtHi" yearls if helshe desires to complete

the prograrnrne and satisSing the following conditions.

(i). Re-adrnission (Repeater adrnission) shall be limited to 10Yo of the sanctioned intake of the branchlprogramme to which helshe is admitted.

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(ii), Change of programme shall not be allowEd for Readmission

(Repeater idmiss-ion) student.

{iii}-Seadmission (Repeater admission) -is allowgd oniy once in each

semester and shall be within the period of three years from the date of

admission to the semester for which he / she seeking admission.

However, maxirnum petiod for completion of the programme

shall be thrice the duration of the programme from the date of First

admission (includes the period of detention, discontinuation of studies

and Readmission (Repeater admission) by student etc. failing which they

will have to forfeit the claim for qualifing for the award of Diploma

(They will not be permitted to appear for examinations after that date).

This rule applies for all Diploma courses of 2 or 3 or 3Yz academic years

of engineering and non-engineering .turr.r.

(i"). Readmission (Repeater admission) shall be completed by the

Principal with requisite documents ( Letter of request by the student) and

readmission fees within the notified last date of admission. Readmission

(Repeater admission) shall be approved by the Secretary, Board of

Technical Examinations, Bengaluru.

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5. DURATION OF PERIODS IN THE CLASS TIPIE TABLE:

The duration of_each period in g day is t hour and the total periods o{ instruction/seminars/tutorial hours in a day excluding lunch brbak &

intervals if any should be uniformly maintained as 7 hours from

Monday to Friday and 4 hours on Saturday (Theory and Practical). Total no. of hours shall U.' Srr.ribed during respective curricula

revision.

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6.1. In each semester, the candidate to be Eligiblelfor examination shall

,obtain a ririnimum attendance s-f'7-So6 in each bourse (subject) with a

of condonation of l5o/o af the attendance by the Secretary,

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Board of Technical Examination on the specific recommendation of

the Principal on the reasorls such as medical grounds, Internationall

Nationall State level sports, NCC, and NSS.

6.2. The basis for the calculation-of the attendance shall be the period

prescribed in Calendar of Events by the Departrnent of Technical

Education.

6.3. The students shall be informed about their monthly attendance status

by !h9 Pglytgchnic so that the'students shall be cautioned to make up

the. dh.ortage. The Priniipal of thb Polytechnics shall submit the list

of students who have been detained for shortage of attendance by the

end of the semester to the Secretary, Board of Fxamination, Dept. of

Technical Education, Bengaluru, Karnataka.

7, CONTINUOUS INTERNAL EVALUATION (CIE}:

7.1

Each cours (subject). of theory or practical or Project work shall

have maximurn internal {ssessment marks as prescribed in the

Course Assessment and Evaluation table of respective curricula.

Decimals shall be rounded off to next higher digit shalt be for the average marks and not for individual test marks \

7.2 The Continuous Internal Evaluation shall be conducted at the end of 6'h,

tests for theory courses (subject)

lOth and 14th weeks respectively

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Hgwever additional remedial test may be

conducied for abserriee students in the subsequbnt week of respective -

-_ test for which he/she is absent. The Blue

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Books shallhesigned by

the student and the concerned faculty & Head of Section / Principal

and kept in the custody of Principal. Blue books should be preserved

in the institution as per the BTE nonns.

8 MINIMUM PASS MARKS:

The minimum passing marks in any course (subject) of a

Programme is as prescribed in the Scheme of Studies of

respective programme.

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g RULE FOR ELIGIBILITY TO APPEAR FOR EXAMINATION

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AND PROMOTION TO HIGHER SEMESTER:

9.1. There shall nol be any restriction for promotion from odd semester

to even semester, provided the candidate has registered his/her name for the examination for the current odd semester and has

fulfilled the attendance requirement.

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9.2. A candidate is eligible for promotion from even semester to odd

semester (i.e to next academic year) provided, the candidate has not

failed in more than fcjirr subjects of lower semester examinations.

For example:

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a) A candidate seeking eligibility to 3'd semester should not have failed in more than 4 subjects of first and second semesters put

together.

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b) A candidate seeking eligibility to 5'h semester should not have faited in more than 4 subjects of l$ to 4th semesters prt together.

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10 .Classification of suecessfut candidatesi

Classifications of,candidates:win be done as specified below:

l0.l Ctassification of thc SemesteT'Resutt:

a) First Class with Ilistinction

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A candidate shall be declared to have passed in "First Class with Distinction" if he / she secures not less than 75Yo of the aggregate rnarks in first attempt in all the courses (subjects) of the semester put

together.

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A candidate shall be declared to have passed in "First Class"

if he I she secures not less than 6OYo of the aggregate rnarks in first

attempt in all the courses (subjects) of the semester put together.

c)-Second Cless:

All other successfut candidates. wiltr be declared to have passed in

"Second Class".

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10.2. Award of Diplonra

a) First Class with Distinction

A candidate shall be declared to'have passed in "First_GJass with

Distinction" if he / she s€€ures not less than 75o/o of the aggregate

marks in first attempt iq 5tn and 6th semesters put together.

b) First Class

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A candidate will be dec-lared to have passed in "First !l.us" if he /

she secures not less than 60% of the aggregate marks in first attempt in

5th and 6th semesters put together.

c) Second Class:

All other successful candidates will be declared to have passed in

"Second Class".

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PROVISION FOR

11.1 Surender of Resultsi The candidate has to apply for the

improvement by surrendering his/her results with in 30 days after the announcement of results by paying fees and as per nonns as

. prescribed by BTE.

ll.2 No improvement is allowed in Practical I Lab courses (subjects)

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or Project work or Industrial Training/Technical Tour assessment.

_However, improvement is allowed in drawing course(subject).

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improvement is not allowed in respect to the candidates who are

punished under Mal-practices in any Examination.

The candidate who wish to appear for improvement of

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performance shall surrender the original Marks card of the

semester pertaining to the course/courses (subjectl subjects) to BTE. Then the revised Memorandum of marks of the current

PROGRAMMES:

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Maximum period for completion of the course shall be thrice the

duration of the course from the Sate ofFirst admissitlir to the programme

(includes the period of detention and discontinuation of studies by

student etc) failing which they will have to forfeit the claim for

qualifuing for the award of Diploma (They will not be permitted to

appear for examinations after that date). This rule applies for all

. Diploma programrnes of 2 or 3 ar 3Yz years of engineering and non-

: erlgineering programmes.

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13 . ELIGIBILITY FOR A\ilARD OF DIPLOMA:

A candidate is eligible for award of Diploma Certificate

if he /she fulfils the following academic regulations. i. Hei Shepursued acourse of studyfornot lessthan 213 /3Yz

prescribed academic years & not more than 6 / 9 / rc Yz academic

1- years respectively.

ii. He / she haspassed in all tlrc courses (subjects). iii. A Student who fail to fulfill qll the academic requirements for the award of the Diploma within 6 I 9 I lO % acadernic years from the

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' yem of adrnission shall forfeit hislher seat in the programrne & seat

shall stand cancelled.

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14. RE.VALUATION: .{' Ib'

a) The procedure for applying for Re-valuation I Photocopy of answer scripts is as prescribed by the Secretary, BTE, Kamataka f,rorn time to time.

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-b) There is no provision for recounting of marks inthe valued answer

scripts.

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PUNISHMENTS:

If a candidate resorts to a4y Mal Practice during examinations, he/she shall be booked and'punished aslper the regulations framed & approved

in the Central Board of Examinations, BTE, Kamataka frorn time to time.

A carididate indulging in any of the following acts in the examination hall will be considered as committed malpractice in the examination and booked for the same.

(i). Possession of printed/photocopy/written materials pertaining / not pertaining to the day's examination or pertaining to the e*a-ination to the examination already appeared by the candidate in the form of book

or loose sheets that have been either made use of I not used in the

examination. (ii). Possession of Programmable calculators, Mobile Phones, Pagers,

Organizers, Digital memory pad or any other latest-Electronic gadgets

etc. with or without matters stored in them reiated to the day's

examination and matters used / ngt used in the examination. ,

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(iii). Writing any matter, formula, definitions, sketches, pertaining / not

pertaining to the day's examination, in any part of the.candidate's body,

dress, instrument box, calculator cover, wall, table, drawing board,

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question paper, hall ticket etc. and used / not used in the examination.

(iv). Writing any appeal to Examiner offering money or any irrelevant

matters in the answer book, attaching money in answer books and giving

contact address, telephone numbers etc.

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(v). Writing the register number I rev-ealing of ideritity il any-form, &ny

where in the answer bookiet or additional booklet, other than in the fly

slip.

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(vi). Writing the examination without valid hall ticket.

(vii). Enclosing empty additional sheets, wasting the exam stationery

'deliberately.

(viii). Noting down the answer of problems in his / her question paper in the examination hall.

(ix). Tearing off sheets from the answer book.

(x). Keeping with them, Tabies, Hand books, Code books etc. which are not permitted by the Secretary, Board of Technical Examinations, for the

daylg

and used /'not-used in the examination.

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' ({}.-Talking.with qciit&bors; shciwing signs gnd signals to others in the

examination hall I verandah.

(xii). Copying from printed / photocopy / handwritten bits / sheets /

book / programmable calculators, organizers, digital memory pad etc. in

the examination. (xiii). Exchanging with neighbors hall tickets, question'papers, scales,

calculator, instrument box etc. with any forrnula, arlswers, sketches,

hints related to the day's examinalion written on them.

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(xiv).Showing the answer book / additional sheet to the neighbors or

abetting them to copy.

(xv). Giving / Getting tHe rnain answer book o, udiitiorral sheet to I

from neighbr with an intenti# #ropyirrg.

(xvi). Writing cine songs, stories, poerns or drawing sketches irrelevant

to the subject in the answer booklet or additional booklet.

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(xvii). Wi!!i"g t1e exarninlation.eve-n after the final bell, rrot obeying to

examination hall invigilatorls instructions.

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(xviii)-ftriking off all the pages including the correct answers written

by him / her in the answer booklet, when being caught for any act of

malpractice.

(xix). Telling the answer or fonlrula related to any of the question to

others writing the same examination.

(xx). Inserting pre written additional sheet(s) having matters related to

the iourse (subject) of the day's examination into the main answer

booklet. (xxi). Writing answers in main answer booklet or additional booklet

outside the examination hall and passing the same to the candidate in the exdmination hall f-oi replacement or attachment.

(xxii). R-efusing to give statement, refusing to receive show cause notice, absenting from enquiries, running away from examination hall

when being caught for any malpractice, trying to destroy the evidences by tearing / swallowing / erasing / throwing away the bits, materials etc.

(xxiii). Writing llthy / ind_ecent / vulgar words or sketching obscene

figures etc in the answer booklet or additional booklets attached.

(xxiv). Acts of threats, violence, cgeating disturbance inside / outside the

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examination hall, preventing other candidates from entering the hall,

misbehaving

with the supervising staff etc.

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(xxv). Taking away with him / her the written answer booklet, without

handing over the same to the R;;tfinrigilator.

(xxvi). Trying to take away or damage other candidate's answer

booklet.

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- (xxvii). Violating'any other rules / regulations prescribed by the BTE

from time to time.

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(xxviii). - Impersonation- Arrangiryg some other person to write the

examinationfor the candidate (or) attempting to write-the examination

for somebody else.

(xxix). Assaulting Physically dr attempting to affack any examinatian

staff while being caught I booked for any malpractice. (xxx). Causing damage to examination records. (xxxi). Arranging outside persons to threaten the examination staff.

(xxxii). Leaving the examination hall with the question pap€r of the

day's examination before the expiry of the period prescribed by the

BTE. (xxxiii). Causing damage to-the belongings of ESamirlers, with

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vengeance.

The candidates who are booked under any of the above mentioned

malpractices will be enquired by Students' Malpractice Enquiry

Committee constituted by the Board of Technical Examinations and

punishrnents will be awarded by the Secretary, Board Of Technical

Examinations as per the recomrfendation of the Students' Malpractice

Enquiry Comrnittee.

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students:

(i). Subject performance of the paper of concerned semester written by

the candidate in that examination will be cancelled (PSC).

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(ii). Subject performance of all papers of the concemed semester written

by the candidate in that examination includirig practical's wilf be -

cancelled (PEC). (iii). Subject performance-of all papers written by the candidate in that

examination (all semester papers including practical's) will be cancelled

and the candidate may be fur8rer debarred for one / two / t