Evaluation Methodology

The evaluation methodology consists of both Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation and Term End Examination for Theory courses.
Each course is of 100 marks.

a. Theory courses (BSM) and (BEVAE-181) 30% 70%
b. Ability Enhancement courses (BSMA) 50% 50%
c. Work-based courses (BSMW)
Internship Report (Workbook)


The Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation (internal assessment) may include knowledge assessment, work assessment, and conduct assessment. For continuous and comprehensive assessment, technology enabled methodology may be adopted.

The continuous comprehensive evaluation methodology shall include:

  1. ‘Work ratings’ by completing assigned work at their stipulated workplace, as per Internship Providing Partner(IPP) norms.
  2. ‘Knowledge ratings’ by studying theory by accessing eLearning resources, etc. and solving evidence-based e-Assignments and e-Assessments.
  3. Various attributes such as ethical conduct, adherence to values, self-discipline, punctuality, attendance and cooperative attitude at workplace are considered for the award of ‘conduct ratings’.

  • CCE comprises of Work Ratings (30% weightage), Conduct Ratings (20% weightage) and Knowledge Ratings (50% weightage) respectively.

  • Term End Examination will be held in June and December.

  • Dates of submission of Examination Form (TEE) through online will be available only at IGNOU website www.ignou.ac.in

  • The acceptance of Exam Form begins from 1st March (for June TEE) and 1st September (for December TEE). For last date of filling Exam Form please visit the university website.

  • Examination fee is Rs. 200/- per course.

  • Examination Form should be filled up and submitted through IGNOU website www.ignou.ac.in as per the schedule uploaded on university website from time to time.

  • Term-End Examination will be conducted by the University at their designated examination centers.

  • A student can appear in TEE only after completing the CCE component.

  • Student has to pass in both the CCE and TEE components separately with at least 35% marks.

Depending upon the overall percentage of marks secured by the student, the final division of the programme shall be awarded as follows:

First Division: 60% and above
Second Division: 50% to 59.99%
Pass: 35% to 49.99%
Fail: below 35%