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16.1 For students to be retained in any program, they must fulfill all of the following;

16.1.1 Have no failing grade;

16.1.2. Meet the specific requirements of the program.

16.1.2.1 For BSED, any student in the first two years must maintain a grade of 2.5 or better in any of the subjects taken in order to be retained in the program;

16.1.2.2 Any BSED student in the first two years who obtains a grade lower than 2.5 in any of the subjects taken shall be automatically debarred from the program and advised to shift to other programs with no board examination.

16.1.2.3 Any student in the third year or fourth year level who obtains a grade lower than 3.0 in any of the subjects taken shall be placed on probation for the succeeding semester and his/her load shall be limited only to 15 units. Probation may be removed by attaining grades of 3.0 or better in all subjects he/she had taken in the succeeding semesters.

16.2 A student who, at the end of the semester has a failing grade in 15% or less or if he/ she gets incomplete marks in 16-30%of the total number of academic units in which he/she is registered shall be warned by the Department chairman to improve his/her work;

16.2.1 Any student who has received two successive warnings shall be placed on probation.

  1. 3 Any student who, at the end of the semester has a failing grade in 31-50% of the total number of academic units in which he/she has final grades or did not meet the specific requirements set in 14.1.2 above shall be placed on probation for the succeeding semester and his/her load correspondingly reduced to15 units by the College Dean as recommended by the Department Chairman.

16.3.1 Probation may be lifted in the following semester if the student passes all his/ her subjects in whom he/she has final grades;

16.3.2 Any student who has been placed on probation for two (2) successive semesters shall be dropped from the rolls of the department in which he/she is enrolled. However, he/she may be readmitted to another department of the College to which he/she qualifies.

16.4 Any student who, at the end of the semester has a failing grade in 51-75% of the total numbers of academic units in which he/she receives a final grade shall be dropped from the rolls of the department; if more than 75%, he/she shall be permanently disqualified from the readmission to the College.

16.5 A grade of Incomplete (INC.) is not to be included in the computation. When it is replaced by a final grade, the latter is to be included in the grades during the semester when the removal is made.

15.1 Examinations for the removal of grades of Incomplete or “INC may be taken without fee if during examination period, there is in conflict of schedule.

15.2 Removal examinations maybe taken at other times upon the approval of the College Dean and after payment of the corresponding fee.

15.3 There shall be a one (1) year period for removing grades of INC. Provided, that subject is not a pre-requisite subject offered in the subsequent semester. If it is a prerequisite subject, it shall be removed or complied before the start of each semester.

14.1 The work of students shall be graded at the end of each semester in accordance with the following system:

Grade Point

Equivalence

Percentage

Equivalence

Grade Letter

Equivalence

Qualitative Rating

1.0 99-100 A+ Excellent

1.25 96-98 A Outstanding

1.5 93-95 A- Good Work

1.75 90-92 B+ Satisfactory Work

2.0 87-89 B Average

2.25 84-86 B- Moderately Average

2.5 81-83 C+ Moderately Low

Average

2.75 78-80 C Low Average

3.0 75-77 C- Passing

I.N.C Incomplete (No Credit)

5.0 Failure (No Credit)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________BOT Resolution No.

510, series of 2010

14.2 Incomplete (INC) is temporarily given to a student who may qualify for passing but had not complied with all requirements of the subject. Such requirement(s) must be satisfied within one year from the end of the term; otherwise, the grade automatically becomes a "5" or Failure.

14.3 A student who has received a passing grade in a subject shall not be allowed to take another examination for the purpose of improving his/her grade.

14.4 The computation of the grade is based on a modified transmutation table, where a student has to get 50% of the total number of items in order to get a passing grade of 75 %.

14.5 Bases of grading the student may include the following:

Quizzes/Assignments - 40%

Major Exams - 30%

Requirements - 30%

Total 100%

13.1 Each student is required to submit his/her class card to his/her instructor during the first day of classes.

13.2 Regular attendance and punctuality in every class enrolled is required of each student. Attendance is counted from the first day of regular classes regardless of the date of the student’s enrollment thus classes missed due to late enrollment shall be considered absent.

13.3 As provided for by Sec. 1551 of the Manual of Regulations for State Colleges and Universities, a student who has incurred absences of more than 20% of total class meeting in a given time shall not be given credit for the course or subject.

13.4 Application in subjects with or without laboratory and more than 3 units’ subjects is as follows:

13.4. 1. Any subject meeting 1 x a week = 3 absences max. = 4 absences over cut

13.4. 2. Any subject meeting 2 x a week = 7 absences max. = 8 absences over cut

13.4. 3. Any subject meeting 3 x a week = 10 absences max. = 11 absences over cut

13.5 Summer classes shall have the prescribed maximum number of cuts for a particular subject is five (5) meeting days. This is regardless of the number of units assigned to the subject.

13.6 Any student who exceeds the prescribed maximum numbers of cuts for a particular subject is considered dropped, and shall receive a corresponding remark in the Report of Grades of DROPPED for the semester regardless of his performance in the class as of the date of debarment.

13.7 Any student who, for unavoidable cause, absents himself from class must obtain an excuse slip from the student Organization and Discipline Office to be presented to the instructor concerned not later than the second class session following the student’s return.

13.8 In case the absence is due to illness and confined in a hospital, a medical certificate must be presented.

13.9 Excuse from classes is discretion of the instructor and are for the time missed only. All work covered by the class during the absence shall be made up for the satisfaction of the instructor within a reasonable time from the date of absence.

13.10 A student is considered late when he/she is not yet present during the roll call and until the fifteenth minute from the start of class. Lateness beyond fifteen minutes is considered an absence in the subject. Three (3) instances of lateness are counted as one (1) absence.

12.1 According to academic load, students enrolled in the College are classified as follows:

12.1.1 Regular student: one who if registered for formal academic credits and who carries the full load required in a given semester by his/her curriculum;

12.1.2 Irregular student: one who is registered for formal credits but who carries less than the full load required in a given semester by his curriculum.

12.2 According to year level, students enrolled in the College are classified as follows:

12.2.1 Freshman: one who is in the first year of his/her curriculum, or who has not finished the prescribed subjects of the first year of his curriculum, or 25 percent of the total number of units required in his/her entire course;

12.2.2 Sophomore: one who is in the second year of his/her curriculum, or who has satisfactorily completed the prescribed subjects of the first year of his/her curriculum or has finished more than 25per cent but less than 50 per cent of the total number of units required in his entire course;

12.2.3 Junior: one who is in the third year of his/her curriculum, or who has completed the prescribed subjects of the first and second years of his/her curriculum or has finished more than 50 per cent but less than 75 per cent of the total number of units required in his entire course.

12.2.4 Senior: one who is in the fourth year of his/her curriculum, or who has completed the prescribed subjects of the first, second and third years of his curriculum or has finished seventy-five percent(75%) or more of the total number of units required in his entire course;

12.2.5 Fifth year: in the College of Engineering, a student who is in the fifth year of his/her curriculum is considered a senior standing if he/she has completed; a) at least 80 % of the curricular requirement and, b) all subjects from first year to fourth year of the prescribed curriculum.

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