CS: FP:Results,Exemptions


CS: FP:Results,Exemptions

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CS - Foundation Programme for Results/Exemptions

  CS - Foundation Programme : Results/Exemptions

 
When are they declared? What information is available? How to get it?
 
The main examinations are conducted twice every year generally on specified dates
which do not change except under extraordinary circumstances.
 
The results are expected to be declared within 60 to 75 days (2 to 2 ½ months) from the
examination date. Tentatively they may be declared on
 
  • Results of June Examination: — On 25th August
  • Results of December Examination: — On 25th February
Information Available
 
The results would be hosted on the respective Institutes [CS] web sites and would also be
displayed at the offices of the institute, its branches, chapters, and also the offices
relevant to the examination center where you have appeared for the examination
 
Qualifying Marks. Pass Marks in each part/section separately!!
 
You are required to get a minimum of 40 marks in each paper (not subject) and an
aggregate of 50% in all the papers together to qualify in the examination.
 
You are not qualified if you do not get 40% in any one of the papers or if you do not get
the 50% aggregate (total of 250)
CASE PAPER TOTAL RESULT explanation
I II III IV
A 40 40 40 40 160 fail pass in all.Aggregate<50%
B 54 40 43 42 179 fail pass in all.Aggregate<50%
C 65 35 56 80 236 fail fail in one.Aggregate > 50%
D 40 40 40 80 200 pass passed in all.Aggregate less than equal to 50%
E 45 56 60 55 216 pass passed in all.Aggregate less than equal to 50%

Papers with Two or More Subjects Involved
Where a paper contains two or more parts (each part may be a separate subject or
otherwise) with the total marks of 100 divided between the parts a candidate is required
to get the minimum marks in all the parts together. There is no need for the student to
maintain a minimum pass mark in each part separately.
Eg:
Paper 2:
Economics and Statistics [100 marks]
  • Section A: Economics (50 Marks)
  • Section B: Statistics (50 Marks)
The student is required to get the minimum of 40 marks in the two sections together.
There is no minimum for each section
 
Marks sheet and pass certificate
 
Marks Sheet
 
All the students irrespective of their result, (whether they pass or fail the examination)
will receive a marks list indicating the marks obtained in each subject/paper.
 
Pass Certificate
 
If you have passed the examination, you would also receive a pass certificate as a proof
of passing the examination. This will be sent by post to the address mentioned in the
application for examination.

Bone fide Certificate
 
The institute issues bona fide Certificate to the students for a specific purpose on receipt
of a request in writing.
 
Verification of Answer Papers
 
Information as to whether a candidates answers to each question in any particular
subject or subjects at any examination have been examined and marked or not may besupplied to a candidate.
 
Time Limit for making application
 
A candidate may apply for verification of answer papers within 30 days of the date of
declaration of results of the said examination.
 
Verification Fee
 
The verification of marks fee is Rs. 100 per subject.
 
Application
 
Application should be made in the prescribed form along with the fee for the same.
 
Where to obtain the Application
 
Where to send the Application
 
Note
 
Revaluation of answers is not permissible and the fee is only for verifying whether all the
answers of the examinee have been valued or not and whether the counting of total
marks is correct or not.
 
Marks Sheet Lost ­ How to Get a duplicate
 
Time Limit for getting a duplicate marks sheet/pass certificate
 
A duplicate marks sheet/pass certificate can be obtained from the institute at any time.
There is no time limit prescribed.
 
Fee
 
The fee for obtaining a duplicate marks sheet is Rs. 50 per each such certificate.
 
Application
 
Application should be made in the prescribed form along with the fee for the same.
 
Where to obtain the Application

Where to send the Application
 
Taking a Re‐examination on Failing
 
A student failing in the examination on account of any reason shall have to re appear in
all the papers of the course/examination at the subsequent exams
 
Taking a Re­Examination on Failing. Exemptions
 
Taking a Re‐examination on Failing
 
A student failing in the examination on account of any reason shall have to re appear in
all the papers of the course/examination at the subsequent exams.
 
Exemptions:‐
 
Marks ≥ 60% Exemption from Appearing
 
A candidate who has appeared in all the subjects for which he has enrolled and has
obtained 60% marks or above in any subject, but failed, shall be exempted from
appearing in that paper in the subsequent examination.
 
The student shall be declared to have passed in the subsequent examination if he/she
obtains a minimum of 40% marks in each remaining subject and 50% marks in the
aggregate of the remaining subjects at one sitting within the next three following
examinations.
 
Example
 
A. Marks Obtained in an Attempt
I – 65, II – 40, III – 42, IV – 44 Total = 191.
⇒ Fail [Passed in all. Aggregate < 50%]
Paper I – Exempted [Appeared in all and scored ≥ 60% in I]
 
In the subsequent examinations the student needs to appear only in papers II, III, and IV
and get a minimum of 40% in each and an aggregate of 50% (total of 150) in all these
papers together.
 
This facility would be available for the next three examinations.
 
Note
 
A photocopy of the marks ­ sheet for availing paper wise exemption on the basis of
securing 60% marks in the earlier examinations of the Institute should be appended with
the application for examination.back
 
 
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