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1 Indian Institute of Technology Bombay Rules and Regulations B. Tech., Dual Degree & Integrated M. Sc. Programmes (Applicable for the students admitted w.e.f. Academic year 2007 onwards. Approved in the 188 th meeting of the Senate)
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2 INDEX Sr. Particulars Page No. PREFACE 04 1. INTRODUCTION 05 1.1. Organizational Structure for Academic Administration 06 1.2 Academic Calendar 2. CURRICULUM / PROGRAMME OF STUDY 2.1 Curriculum 2.2 Semester – Autumn, Spring, Summer 2.3 Course Credit System/Structure 2.3.1 Theory and Laboratory Courses 2.3.2. Seminars 2.3.3 Projects 2.3.3.1 B.Tech. Projects (BTP –I and BTP-II) 2.3.3.2 Integrated M.Sc. Project 2.3.3.3 Dual Degree Project (DDP) 2.3.4 Non-Credit Requirements 2.3.4.1 NCC/NSO/NSS 2.3.4.2 Practical Training (PT) 2.3.4.3 Works Visit 2.4 Minimum Credit Requirements and Planning of Individual Academic programme 2.5 Opportunities for Additional Learning: MINOR, HONOURS 2.5.1. Minor 2.5.2. Honours 2.5.3. Two minors etc. for students for excellent Academic standing. 2.5.4 Dual Degree Students 3. REGISTRATION 11 3.1 Semester-wise registration 3.2 Procedure for Registration 3.2.1 Online Registration 3.2.2 Manual Registration 3.2.3 Late Registration 3.2.4 Registration for the first two semesters 3.2.5. Registration for third and subsequent semesters 3.3 Registration for Non-credit courses 3.3.1 Registration for NCC/NSO/NSS 3.3.2 Registration for Practical Training (PT) 3.3.3 Registration for Works Visit 3.4 Registration for Projects 3.4.1 Registration for B.Tech. Projects (BTPs) 3.4.2 Registration for Dual Degree Projects (DDPs) 3.4.3 Registration for 5year Integrated M.Sc. Project 3.5 Course Adjustment / Dropping of courses 3.6 Dropping of a Semester 3.7 Registration for Additional Courses : (Minor, Honours, etc.) 3.8 Summer course Registration 3.9 Role of Faculty Advisor in Registration
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3 4 SPECIAL FEATURES IN REGISTRATION 15 4.1 Academic Standing 4.2 Normal Load 4.3 Reduced Load for Category IV and Category V Students 4.4 Overloading of courses 4.5 Carrying Backlogs forward 4.5.1 Offering of core courses in both semesters 4.5.2 Summer courses 4.5.3 Normal load accommodates credits for an additional course 4.6 Audit course 4.7 Registration for Post-Graduate level courses 4.8 Guided Study 4.9 Course Substitution 4.10 Summer courses 5 EXAMINATION / ASSESSMENT 20 5.1 Attendance 5.2 Modes of evaluation for theory courses 5.3 Modes of evaluation for Laboratory courses 5.4 Modes of evaluation for Seminars 5.5 Modes of evaluation for Projects 5.5.1 B.Tech. Proects 5.5.2 Dual Degree Projects 5.5.3 Integrated M.Sc. Project 5.6 Non Credit requirements 5.6.1 NCC / NSO / NSS 5.6.2 Practical Training (PT) 5.6.3 Works Visit 5.7 Grading 5.8 Valid reasons for semester end make up examination 5.9 Academic Malpractice 5.10 SPI / CPI 5.10.1 Semester Performance Index (SPI) 5.10.2 Cumulative Performance Index (CPI) 5.10.3 Semester Grade Report 5.10.4 Transcript; Consolidated statement of Academic Performance 5.11 Display of In-semester performance 5.12 Disclosing the evaluated answer scripts after semester end examination 5.13 Answer script retention period 5.14 Re-totaling of marks 6. CHANGE OF BRANCH 27 7. PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS 28 7.1 Award of degree 7.2 Award of Medals 7.3
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