Instructions for Examinee
1. In order to gain entry into the examination hall, you must carry with you the following documents:
a) Admit card;
b) Registration card;
c) Valid proof of identification showing your photograph and with your name printed and your signature.
2. Students have to take part in the examination according to the date, time and schedule of the University.
3. The examinee cannot participate in any other course’s examination except the specific courses (with course code and title) mentioned in the admit card.
4. The examinee must report to the designated examination hall at least 45 minutes prior to the commencement of examination. For late entry, extra time will not be granted for completing the examination.
5. Notwithstanding the aforesaid, no examinee shall be admitted into the examination hall 30 minutes after the commencement of the examination start time. The examinee will not be permitted to leave the exam hall during the first hour of the examination and during the last 15 minutes of the examination without submitting the answer script.
6. While appearing for examination, the examinee must sign the attendance sheet for each examination, otherwise, the examinee will be considered absent.
7. Permitted Exam Materials:
In the examination hall, it is illegal to carry any article, document or personal belongings except the transparent bag, admit card, registration card, valid proof of identification, ink, pen, pencil, geometry box, calculator (BDU provided).
8. Mobile phones, any and all types of smart devices and any other electronic gadgets are strictly prohibited in examination hall(s).
9. The examinee must follow the instructions given by the invigilator and the concerned officer-in-charge.
10. The examinee must follow the guidelines printed on the cover page of the answer script.
11. If an examinee is found to be in violation of the instructions hereunder or the invigilator’s or the concerned officer-in-charge, immediate legal action (at the sole discretion of the University) will be taken against the law-breaker or the concerned examinee in the examination hall.