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Amrita University has implemented several measurement systems for the tracking of students’ performance and the likelihood of graduation. These tools enable us to monitor women’s participation and performance compared to men’s. We have also developed a number of schemes, including remedial measures in the event students face challenges in their studies. Whether these schemes are open to all students, regardless of their gender, or have been designed to tackle specific challenges faced by women, such mechanisms enable Amrita University to address and reduce any potential gender-based gap.
1.Tracking of Students Progress
All the students, teachers and parents can track student’s progress report from AUMS at any time.
Amrita has developed an integrated world-class University Management System which includes an e-learning platform, Amrita Vidya, web-based software for effective management of learning services.
AUMS supports all the major institution-wide administrative and academic services including admission module, administration module, academics module, accounts module, examination module, library, research, rankings, accreditation to name a few.
Parents can register to access the academic progress of their wards as well as view other details of their life in AMRITA. Registration and authentication is a 3-step process outlined in the Registration Help Document.
2.Counselling Services and Guidance
In order to (i) guide the students in planning their courses of study, (ii) advise them on academic programmes and (iii) monitor their progress, the departments will assign a batch (class) of a certain number of students to a faculty member, who will be designated as their Class Counsellor. One among the Counsellors shall be designated as the Faculty Advisor, who shall coordinate the functions of the Class Counsellors.
If students need further help, they can approach the students’ counsellor (psychiatrist) available at their campus.
Should a student fail in an examination, several remedial provisions are made available to support them.
1. 3.1. Supplementary Examinations:
Students, who fail or secure an “F” grade in a non-semester course (i.e. courses not offered in the ongoing semester), can apply to write supplementary examinations for the course during the prescribed schedule from the Examination Office, paying the prescribed fee.
Students who have secured an ‘F’ grade in a course may take the supplementary examination for a maximum of three additional attempts (excluding the end-semester examinations) with the same internal marks awarded in their immediate previous exam. If students exhaust all three additional attempts, they will appear for their supplementary exam for the entire 100 marks. The internal marks will not be applicable.
If students wish to improve their internal marks, they can do so by re-registering for the course by choosing any of the appropriate remedial options. In this case, the internal marks obtained by the student will be valid for the end-semester of the reregistered course with three more supplementary attempts.
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|1||Dr. K. M. Mini||Chairpersonemail@example.com||+91-9486901764|
|2||Dr. Sasangan Ramanathan||Memberfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|3||Dr. M. Nirmala Devi||Memberemail@example.com|
|4||Dr.C K Shyamala||Memberfirstname.lastname@example.org|