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Conduct of Student

Integrity and honesty are the basic ingredients of the foundation of any institution of higher learning and form the building blocks of the character of its graduates. The Alhamd Islamic University strives for the highest standards of academic integrity and discipline prevalent at any reputable institution in the world. A Students Discipline Committee and various other measures regularly monitor the activities of the students and are empowered to take requisite measures for maintenance of standards in the University.

Exemplary conduct is expected from the students. Their behavior should not impair or disturb the academic environment of the University. Any breach of discipline by students due to their involvement in cases of propagating of false information, forgery, theft, use of unfair means in examinations or tests, use of the documents with an intent to deceive, failure to comply with instructions issued from time to time and cases of intentional disruption of teaching, research and administrative activities for any reason whatsoever may result in sanctions.

These sanctions may range from award of an in a course to Rustication or an Expulsion of the concerned students from the University. Decision of the Authority in this regard will be final. To this end the University reserves the right to amend, alter, add, delete or change the academic regulations,  program or course contents as and when deemed necessary. All students would be subject to current regulations regardless of their date of admission.

CODE OF CONDUCT SALIENT ELEMENTS

  • Faithfulness in his or her religious duties and respect for convictions of others in matters of religion, conscience and customs or traditions.
  • Loyalty to Pakistan and refraining from doing anything which is repugnant to its honor and prestige in any way.
  • Truthfulness and honesty in dealing with other people.
  • Respect for elders and politeness to all, especially to women children, old, the weak and the helpless people.
  • Special respect for his or her teachers and others in authority in the university.
  • Cleanliness of body, mind, speech and habits.
  • Helpfulness to fellow beings.
  • Devotion to studies and sports.
  • Observance of thrift and protection of public property.
  • Observance of all university rules in force from time to time.

Grading System

Depending upon academic performance, students are awarded grades A+,A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+, C, C-, D+, D, F, I, W for each course. These grades indicate the following levels of performance.

  1. A Excellent
  2. B Good
  3. C Adequate
  4. D Minimum Acceptable
  5. F Failure, implying that the student must repeat
  6. I Incomplete
  7. W Withdrawn

The Grade point Average of a particular course is calculated by the formula:

GPA = ((M-50)/12) + I where M is the marks obtained in a particular course and 86 > = M >=50 The grade and the threshold levels in terms of marks for each letter grade are given as follows:

Letter          Grade Marks          GPA
A+                90 or above            4.00
A                  86-89                    4.00
A-                 82-85                    3.67-3.92
B+                78-81                    3.33-3.58
B                  74-81                    3.00-3.25
B-                 70-73                    2.67-2.92
C+                66-69                    2.33-2.58
C                  62-65                    2.00-2.25
D+                54-57                    1.33-1.58
D                  50-53                    1.00-1.25
F                  49 or below            0.00

The grade point average calculation ensures a continuous scale for the respective grade. The grade issued by AIU will be final. Two types of average will be computed for the grade obtained by each student, the Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) and the cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA).

SGPA is the weight-age average of grade point earned in a semester. The weights are taken as the ratio of course credits to the total credits taken by the student in the semester. A student who will taken four courses in a semester withl credit hours of CI,C2,C3 and C4 obtaining grade point of P1, P2, P3 and P4 respectively will score SGPA = P1 (C1/C) + P2+(C2/C)+P3 (C3/C)+P4(C4/C) Where C=C1+C2+C3+C4

Academics

ATTENDANCE RULE

Although the students are encouraged to attend all the Lectures and Laboratories work pertaining to their courses of study, required to attend at least 75% of the total Lectures/Lab work for each course to qualify for appearance in the examination.

CHANGE IN COURSES

Once registered for a semester, students may add or drop courses only with approval of their Deans and in conformity with the prescribed procedures and time-limits. Courses dropped during this period are not shown on the semester result.

REGISTRATION SCHEDULE

Students have to register for their courses during the period specified for the purpose before the commencement of a semester. The E-Cell before the start of every semester will notify the registration deadline. Requests for late registration for valid reasons can be entertained by the Rector till the end of the third week of a semester. However, such students pay a late fee of Rs. 200/- per day.

WITHDRAWAL FROM COURSES

Students may withdraw from one or more courses with the approval of the Dean between the 4th and 10th week of a semester. In such cases, a W grade appears on their transcripts. Any withdrawal after the 10th week entails award of an F grade in the course.

INCOMPLETE (I) GRADE

An (I) grade is given to students in a course if:
1. They could not appear in the final examination due to valid medical reasons.
2. They do not complete its requirements within the prescribed time-limits, and the instructor is convinced that it was because of circumstances beyond their control, and that only a minor component of the course is outstanding. The outstanding requirement, in such cases, is to be met during the first two weeks of the next semester, and the students themselves are responsible to make arrangements for the purpose with their instructors. Failing this the I grade is converted to F grade. They cannot be re-registered for a course in which they have the I grade. The grade point average of a student for a semester is calculated excluding the I grade, and it is re-calculated when a regular grade has been awarded in the course.

REPEATING COURSES

Courses in which students secure F grade, and which are a requirement for the degree have to be repeated in entirety. They may choose a substitute course only if there is an alternative in the curriculum. Students can repeat courses for which they obtained D+ or D grade, on the condition that they repeat the courses within 3 semesters after the semesters in which they obtained these grades. In case of repeated courses, all grades achieved by students appear in their transcripts. However, only the latest grade will be counted for the Cumulative Grade Point Average.

INTERRUPTION OF STUDIES

If a student interrupts his study programs for a period longer than one semester then, upon his return, all the credits previously earned by him at the Institute are evaluated by the Dean to determine their relevance to the changes made in the curriculum, if any. He may be required to modify his degree plan to ensure conformity to the latest version of the curriculum.

MECHANISM OF ASSESSMENT AND EXAMINATIONS

All courses comprises of weekly formal lectures including tutorials, laboratory work, discussion sessions and seminars. Some courses involves project / field work with demonstration / written presentation.
Mid term examination will be conducted in the middle of each semester and final semester examination will be conducted at the end of every semester following all the rules and regulations given above.

Academics Calendar

ALHAMD Islamic University follows the semester system wherein The Spring and The Fall semesters commence in March and August respectively, each comprising a period of eighteen weeks i.e. sixteen weeks of classroom studies, and two weeks of examination.

Induction of Winter Semester is subject to the need as it arises. However, this particular semester covers a shorter span of time, i.e. from December (on the conclusion of the Fall Semester) to February (prior to the commencement of the Spring Semester). Excerpt of the Academic calendar giving exact dates of commencement/completion of each semester are displayed on the notice board. Such excerpts also provide information regarding dates for supplementary activities such as, seminars, guest-speaker sessions, and field-visits which are academically planned for the semester.

 

An Academic Year is divided into two consecutive Sessions:

  • Spring Session: 15th April (Tentative), YEAR.
  • Fall Session: 1st October (Tentative), YEAR.

A Session Consume One Semester for the duration of Six Months Approx.
Semester contain program of studies in different disciplines (departments).
Program has number of Courses (Subjects), depending on Program needs & Academics Policy.
Each Course of Study is divided into two areas:


1.    Semester Academics = 30%
2.    Semester Examinations = 70%

Semester Academics Consists = 10% + 20% 

10%= Monthly Attendance.
20%= Monthly Academics.

Monthly Attendance and Academics must be evaluated for each course in each program.
Course  is a responsible to keep record on Monthly Academics Sheet for each month.
Program Coordinator is responsible to keep record of  all courses on Semester Academics Sheet.
At the end of Semester, the average of 10’s & 20’s must be calculated for each course.

Semester Examinations Consists = 30% + 40%

30%= Mid Term Examination in the mid of semester.
40%= Final Term Examinations at the end of Semester.

Each of above examination must be start in following manner :

  • Notification  for courses with  Examination date and last date of Paper submission.
  • Notification for students with Examination Date sheet and last date of semester clearance.
  • Maintain invigilator list for conducting papers as per date sheet.
  • Distribution of papers to the course  for checking and creating award list.
  • Collecting award list and data feeding. 

Academic Calendar (Spring 2017)

Description Day Date
Admissions Open Tuesday  24 march 2017
Orientation for Interested Applicant  Thursday 2 April 2017
Last Date of Admission Form Submission Wednesday 29 April 2017
Admission Form Submission with Late Fee Plenty  Wednesday  6 May 2017
Entry Test / Interview for Business Administration Monday  11 May 2017
Entry Test / Interview for Computer Sciences Monday 11 May 2017
Entry Test / Interview for Commerce/Education/Others Monday 11 May 2017
Admission Confirmation List Displayed Tuesday 12 May 2017
Deadline for Payments of Spring Semester 2015 Tuesday 12 May 2017
First day of Class Wednesday 13 May 2017
Mid-term Examinations Friday 10 July 2017
Student Teacher Assessment Thursday 9 July 2017
Resumption of Classes after Mid Term Exam Wednesday 5 August 2017
Final Examinations Tuesday 22 September 2017
Note: * Subject to the moon appearance; declared by the Government

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