2.5.3 Mechanism to deal with examination related grievances is transparent, time-bound and efficientResponse: Principal of the college acts as Chief Superintendent of Examinations. Two faculty members are appointed as Examination In-charge and Assistant Examination In-charge for conducting UG Examinations. Sufficient number of clerical staff is designated solely for the examination cell. Operations are computerized by obtaining the required number of PCs along with a server, high speed Xerox machines and approved software. All these have helped in streamlining the examination system there by, enhancing the effective working of examination cell. The grievances with reference to assessment are dealt with transparently and efficiently as mentioned below:At College level: The written internal examination theory papers shown to the students for the divergences, if any, to be brought to the notice of faculty member who is dealing with concerned subject. The final marks obtained in the respective subjects are displayed in the department notice board for the students. Any difference or deviation in the marks shall be brought to the notice of the concerned subject teacher and HOD by the student for necessary modification. At University level:The student is permitted to apply for revaluation in theory subjects by paying the prescribed fee to the University. The University will take up all such applications and re-evaluate the scripts by experienced subject faculty. If there is any improvement, the improved marks will be considered. However, if there is no improvement earlier marks would continue.The student is also eligible to apply for Challenge Revaluation in theory subjects by paying the prescribed fee to the University. Challenging Revaluation is carried out by two subject experts (one from the college and another from experienced faculty appointed by University) in the presence of student at the University. If the improvement in total marks is greater than previous marks, the improved marks will be treated as final marks in that subject. If the improvement is more than 12 marks the fee paid by the student would be refunded and improved marks are treated as final marks.