BBM207_TMA_1_2012 - Tutor-Marked Assignment 1(TMA 1 15 Deadline for Submission 25 February 2012 1200 hrs PLEASE TAKE NOTE This assignment has to be

BBM207_TMA_1_2012 - Tutor-Marked Assignment 1(TMA 1 15...

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Tutor-Marked Assignment 1 (TMA 1 - 15%) Deadline for Submission: 25 February 2012 @ 1200 hrs
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---/ 2 PLEASE TAKE NOTE This assignment has to be submitted on-line. No hard copy or email submission will be accepted. The assignment policy of the University as stated in the Student Handbook should be observed. Students are required to submit assignments for a course in accordance with the dates communicated by the course coordinator. Students may apply for a submission extension on the grounds of illness, accident, disability, bereavement or other compassionate circumstances. Applications for extensions of up to seven days should be submitted to the tutor. The tutor shall consider valid and unexpected emergencies on an individual basis. Normally, documented proof of the extenuating circumstances is not required for extensions of up to seven days. The tutor shall decide and advise the student of the revised date for submission. For extensions of over seven days , students should note the following: 1 If students require an extension of more than seven days on the grounds of illness, accident, disability, bereavement or other compassionate circumstances, they are required to complete an ‘Application Form for Assignment Extension over seven days’ and submit it to the Course Coordinator . 2 Supporting documents must be submitted along with the application for extension of over seven days to justify the claim. 3 Applications for extension should normally be lodged before or on the due date. 4 Applications are considered by the Dean of the respective school for any extension of 8 to 14 days after the due date. It is the responsibility of the student to check that the assignment has been successfully. Extension applications without supporting documents will not be accepted. The University cannot accept any responsibility for assignments that are not duly uploaded due to any technical reason at the student’s end of the system. As a precautionary measure, the students are advised to keep a copy of each assignment submitted. This is an individual assignment. No duplication of work will be tolerated. Any plagiarism or collusion may result in disciplinary action.
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