The candidates shall be examined in the following parts of Examinations :
                  a) Written paper
                  b) Case reporting
                  c) Oral board
                  d) Practical board
                  e) Dissertation.

Each candidate should submit their Dissertation in triplicate at least 2 weeks before the date of written examinations. The Dissertation will be evaluated by two Examiners separately.

Written examinations shall consist of Principles & Clinical Diagnostic Ultrasonography. Written paper shall be of 3 hours.

In the Case reporting test candidate is given the clinical details provided by the referring physician together with films taken from three cases. From these he is required to
                 write out the report he would issue in each case, and
                 write any comment on this report that he may think will help the examiner.

A pass in this section of the examination is obligatory.

• In oral examination the candidate may be asked on any aspect of the Practice of Diagnostic Ultrasound as detailed in the course and curriculum. Three Examiners in One board will take oral examinations.

• The examination shall be conducted by Three Examiners appointed by the University on the recommendation of the CMUD.

• The Examiners shall determine in consultation all details of the examination. As soon as possible after the examination, the Institute shall report to the Controller of Examinations for publication of the result. Successful candidates shall be declared to have passed the examination and the results shall be published putting the names of the successful candidates in order of merit.

Grading & performance Evaluation Process:
Final grade in each course will be given on the basis of the performance on class attendance, quizzes, assignments, presentation, midterm test and final examination as indication below:

Class Attendance 7%
3 Quizzes 15%
Assignment / Class Presentation 13%
Midterm Tests 25%
Semester Final Examination 40%
Total 100%

A student may earn any of five-letter grades on the basis of his/her performance in a course. The letter grades A+ to d are considered passing grades. Grade F is the failing grade. The numerical equivalents of the grades and grade points are given below:

Numerical Grade Letter Grade Grade Point
80% and above A+ 4.00
75% to less then 80% A 3.75
70% to less then 75% A- 3.50
65% to less then 70% B+ 3.25
60% to less then 65% B 2.75
55% to less then 60% B- 3.50
50% to less then 55% C+ 2.50
45% to less then 50% C 2.25
40% to less then 45% F 0.00
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Grade Report

Each student’s grade point average is numerical value obtained by dividing the total grade points earned by the credits attempted. Only the courses graded A+, A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+, C, D and F are used to determine credits attempted. In case students repeat course, GPA and CGPA will be calculated on the basis of the grades obtained at the last attempt of the course (S) only. Grades obtained in course (s) in all examinations will be shown in the grade report.

In addition, students who complete courses in addition to their normal credit requirements for graduation will inform the Register in writing about the course, which he/she intends to declare for consideration towards the requirements for the degree.