In line with the BEC’s approval for tuition and assessment for the remainder of the Second Semester of the 2019/20 academic year. This will take place online, using the University’s Sakai LMS. The University Exams will be run from the 8th of June to the 3rd of July, 2020.
- Examiners are to administer the Final Exams to make up 30% to 50% of the total course grading.
- Examiners are to note that for the Final Exams, take-home tests should be largely administered.
- Departmental Examination Officers (DEOs) are to extract their respective timetables. This is also for the attention of their students for any feedback on clashes.
- The Provisional Timetable for the Exams will be made available to DEOs and Heads of Department. Also, this is for the notice of their Examiners, to be brought to the attention of students.
In addition, the Schedule comprises eight 3-day sessions. Also with two free days at the end of the exams period.
- Any clashes should be brought to the attention of the Academic Affairs Directorate AAD by 27th of May, 2020.
- Examiners may give the prescribed take-home work and other modes of exams. Which is at the start of each session per the Schedule. Submission deadlines should be determined by respective Examiners.
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- Should there be a need for any Examiner to re-schedule an exam to suit a course/class. The Departmental Examinations Officer must be informed to handle it at the Unit level. The AAD and the respective College Academic Officers should be notified.
Schedules for any courses not covered by the Draft Timetable, such as practicals, orals, etc.
- It should be organised by the Examiner with the consensus of the students and brought to the notice of the AAD.
- Examiners will be required to submit information on the Final Exam undertaken in the Second Semester 2020. These include the exams mode, records of exam participation by students to the AAD, per an online platform.
- Moreover, exam overlaps for students of up to three courses within the same session is permissible. Students should notify Examiners promptly about any clashes of more than three courses. Such other courses will be rescheduled. Concessions should also be made by Examiners for missed exams if students submit justifiable reasons.
- Reports of Exam Malpractices should be submitted to the AAD. By means of an online Exam.Malpractice Form, to be circulated prior to the start of the exams. Any evidence should be scanned/photographed and attached. The originals must be kept safe for later reference.
- In conclusion, examiners with issues with the Provisional Timetable may contact Exam Unit of the AAD. This can be done through their Departmental Examinations Officers for assistance.
Time-Table And Modalities For End Of 2nd Semester Exams For UG Out
TTU First Semester Results Finally Released
The results for the first semester for the 2019/2020 academic year has finally been released.
Students are to visit their portals to check out their results here http://184.108.40.206/portal/.
Again, note that there might be an in-rush of students visiting the portal. This may temporarily slow the servers but that’s normal.
Above all, just give it some time and you should be able to view yours also.