The University follows a fair and transparent examination system involving the various examination methods. The University conducts its Programmes using the Semester and/or Annual pattern of University examinations as per Academic Regulations of the respective Programmes. Wherever applicable, the guidelines of the statutory, regulatory bodies such as DCI, PCI, Bar Council, etc. will be followed. The office of the Controller of Examinations of the University is responsible for the conduct of all University examinations, valuation, and the announcement of results and maintenance of student examination records for all programmes offered by the University.
In general, the University examination includes:
- Theory papers (objective type of questions, short answers/essays and long essays);
- Clinical/practical Examinations; and
- Group Discussions, Personal Interviews, Presentations, or Viva-voce as per the specified Regulations.
This ‘RUAS Examination Regulations’ document aims at guiding the effective, efficient and lawful conduct of University examinations comprising, Certificate, Diploma, UG, PG, and Doctor of Philosophy programme offered by the MSRUAS.