Incomplete (I) course registration policy
Trimester Drop policy
Course Add/Drop Policy
Course offer policy
The Head of the Department (HoD) will offer courses each of which will fall either of the following 3 (three) Categories: (1) Regular Course Offer: the course(s) is offered for all students under the regular teaching and examination categories; (2) Self-study Course Offer: the course(s) is offered for a few number of students who are graduating students and need to complete the course(s) on urgent basis, but the course(s) has not been offered as regular and the students are willing to study the course(s) by themselves under the guidance of a faculty member; and (3) Special Course Offer: the course(s) is offered for the students who are intended to appear only either midterm or final examination for upgrading their incomplete (“I”)grades.the course(s) by themselves under the guidance of a faculty member; and (3) Special Course Offer: the course(s) is offered for the students who are intended to appear only either midterm or final examination for upgrading their incomplete (“I”) grades.
A student shall not be able perform registration of a course, if it is not offered. The HoD is responsible for preparing midterm and final examination routine for all of 3 (three) types of courses.
A student will be allowed to complete his/her graduation requirements within the time of his/her course duration informal two academic years.
A student should not be absent from quizzes, tests, etc. during the term. Such absence will naturally lead to reduction in points/marks, which is counted with the final grade. Absence in both mid-term and term final examinations will result in an “F” grade in the corresponding course. However, absence in either mid-term or final examination eventually gives the student an “I” grade and the student must registrar the course (named incomplete registration) in the next or following term, paying predefined fees to sit for that examination with other students. A student who has been absent for short periods, up to a maximum of three weeks due to illness, should approach the course teacher(s) or the course coordinator(s) with appropriate reasons for makeup class tests. Such request has to be supported by medical certificate. Under no circumstances, a student will get any marks for his/her attendance in case of being absence from the classes, whatever the period or reason is.
If a student is absent for two consecutive terms without any permission, then his admission will be cancelled automatically. Later on if he/she wants to continue, he/she must apply to the academic council and if academic council permits, he/she has to take re-admission into the program paying full admission fees.
The courses to be offered in a particular term are announced and published in the course Catalogue with the tentative term schedule in the middle of the previous term. A course teacher is to conduct a course and is responsible for maintaining the expected standard for the course. In case, a course is conducted by more than one teacher, then one of them will act as the course adviser and shall be responsible for maintaining expected standard.
Course Load and Sequence
A student must be enrolled for at least a minimum of 9 credit hours and the allocated credit hours offered for that term and a maximum of 18 credit hours. A student must enrol for the sessional courses prescribed in a particular term within the allowable credit hour limits. In special cases where it is not possible to allot the minimum required 9 credit hours to a student, he/she may be approved a lesser number of credit hours to suit individual requirements.
Credit transfer shall be allowed only from the approved universities. A student transferring credit from another approved university or based on equivalence given by UGC to CUB may be exempted or waived maximum 50% credit hours if he/she meets all of the following conditions: (1) CGPA 3.00 or above in the completed courses; (2) exemption in any course requires that the student scored GPA 3.00 or above in that course; (3) The course he/she studied had 80% similarity in course detail with respect to the syllabus of all Department of CUB; and (4) the evidences must be supported by the official documents from the previous university. Upon completion of the required courses by the transferee student for the degree, GPA shall be computed only from the courses completed at CUB. The transcript shall also include only the courses that the student completed at CUB. It is student’s responsibility to bring the documents regarding his completed courses from the previous university for his/her safeguard and shall be submitted separately when needed.
Course Waiver/ Exemption for Graduate Students
A student who completed 3 or 4 years Diploma Engineering may be exempted courses aggregated up to 12 credit hours if he/she meets all of the following conditions: (1) CGPA 3.00 or above in the Diploma Engineering; (2) exemption in any course requires that the student scored GPA 3.00 or above in that course; and (3) The course he/she studied had 80% similarity in course detail with respect to the syllabus of CSE Department of CUB.
Change of Degree Programs
Students seeking to change their program must submit a written request to the respective Dean/ Advisor. Upon recommendation from the Dean/ Advisor of the faculty to which the student intends to transfer, the Registrar office of the university shall make the necessary changes in the student’s record. To complete the program transfer student must complete all dues to the old program and a program transfer fee Tk. 2000 (Two thousand) will be charged at the old program.
Duration of Terms:
The duration of each term will be 15 weeks which will be used as follows:
Classes 13 weeks
Mid-Term and Final Examination (approximately) 2 weeks
Total 15 weeks
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