CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS
|Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, aspiring to be India's
best University, will provide students with an outstanding and distinctive education
and conduct leading research to serve the people of Tamil Nadu and India. The
graduates of Tamil Nadu Agriculture University have developed strong analytical,
problem solving and critical thinking abilities; they will have excellent research
skills; they will be knowledgeable, flexible and innovative. They will recognize
the importance of understanding societies other than their own. As responsible
citizens, the graduates of this University will value diversity, work with and
for their communities and be agents for positive change.
To monitor all the
undergraduate academic programs in the Examination related activities, a separate
directorate of Controller of Examinations was established in the University
and started functioning from April 1997. In the Controller of Examinations we
take the view that students are clients who deserve respect and excellent service.
Our knowledgeable friendly staffs are here to assist you with questions concerning
examination related activities, results and certificates.
At the end of each semester, the University conducts regular examinations for under
graduate degree programs. The students who have earned 80 percent of the attendance
in each semester are permitted to appear for the University examinations. To qualify
for a pass, a student should secure a minimum 60% marks in the examination. The
examination wing is computerized to maintain confidentiality and ensure quick services.
The results were published in time during 2003-2004 for the 1999 batch students
for different undergraduate degree program. The early declaration of result which
helped our students to get admission in other SAU's.
The uniform calendar was implemented from June 2003 for undergraduate
which help in conducting the examinations uniformly and quick result declarations.
Transcript card with eight security features for undergraduate
program was developed
first time in TNAU. The new transcript cards are issued to students directly from
October, 2003 by using Venture Capital scheme.
The final theory answer papers evaluations are carried out in main campus and different
colleges by utilizing all the teachers working in TNAU. Performance of students
in different campuses also analyzed and intimated to concern Deans. The revaluation
of answer papers is being carried out regularly.
A new syllabus for
2003 batch was introduced from this academic year with 150 credit spread over
in eight semesters. A new cafeteria / elective courses are introduced in the
new syllabus for 20 credit, and the students can select courses of their choice.
was removed and reappearance along with junior students for three sittings with
in a period of n + 4 years, has been introduced from 2003 batch onwards.