Cancellation of Semester End Examination By Goa University
The Goa University, vide a circular issued on Monday has informed that it would not hold Semester End Examination (SEE) for the first and second year regular students of UG programmes of BA/B Sc (including Home Science)/ B Com/ BBA/ BCA/ BSW offered at the university and its affiliated colleges for the current academic year 2019-20.
In accordance with the Special Ordinance OS-1 and in partial modification to Circular No. GU/Academic
(Colg.)/2020/ 436 dated 05-05-2020, the University has decided not to hold Semester End Examinations (SEE)
for the First and Second Year regular students of UG Programmes of B.A./B.Sc.(including Home Sc.)/
B.Com./B.B.A./ B.C.A /B.S.W. offered at the University and its Affiliated Colleges for the current academic
year 2019-20. Similarly, no SEE will be conducted for the First, Second and Third Year regular students of
The circular issued by Goa University Registrar Y V Reddy informs about cancellation of these exams due to the ongoing corona pandemic.
Similarly, no SEE will be conducted for the first, second and third year regular students of B Sc B Ed/ BA B Ed programmes.
All the above students shall be graded based on the marks scored by them in the Intra Semester
Assessment (ISA) and Practical Examination during the current Semester. In those cases where Practical
Examination of the course could not be conducted, the same will be held whenever the circumstances
permit. The results of such students will be declared on completion of the Practical Examination.
All these students shall be graded based on the marks scored by them in the Intra Semester Assessment (ISA) and practical examination during the current semester.
“In those cases where practical examination of the course could not be conducted, the same will be held whenever the circumstances permit,” says the circular.
The results of such students will be declared on completion of the practical examination.
No student shall be detained from moving to the next Semester. However, students who fail after
applying the above grading scheme shall have to pass the Examination for the course(s) in which s/he has
failed, whenever the Examination is held next.
a. Such students shall also have an opportunity to improve their grades by appearing for the
current Semester course(s) in the succeeding Semester(s) or through supplementary
b. The performance of students appearing for improvement of grades shall not be considered as
an additional attempt.
The GU circular also informs that the final year examination of all the above programmes and supplementary/ repeat examinations of lower semesters shall be conducted from July 1, 2020 onwards.