2. Curriculum
2.1 Examination Rules
For any examination or tests conducted, you must adhere to the fol-
lowing general rules.
a.  Read the instructions in the question paper carefully.
b.  Sit in your place in the examination hall five minutes before the exam begins.
c.  Write your index number/name clearly on the answer sheets, loose sheets, maps and graph papers.
d.  Write on both sides of the answer sheet and keep margins on both right and left-hand side.
e.  Answer to each part of a question should begin on a new line.
f.  Write the question number clearly in the same numbering style used in the question paper.  Leave a blank space after answers to each question.
g.  Have your own pen, pencil, ruler, eraser and anything you need for the examination.
h.  Maintain absolute silence as soon as the teacher begins distributing the question papers.
i.  If you have a problem, or you need something, raise you hands. Tapping on the table is impolite as it distracts other students.
j.  You may have to forgo a paper if you are caught in mal practices.
k.  Do not take any electronic items like mobiles, calculators except the ones authorized only.

2.2 Homework/Assignments/Projects
a.  Submit all homework’s/assignments and project works on time.
b.  Do not make your parents and elders do your projects, assignments and homework.
c.  Take careful note of comments given by the teachers in your notebooks.
d.  Continuous Assessment (CA) consists of Student’s ClassWork (CW), Home Work (HW) and Project Work (PW) and the weighting will be as shown below.
NB: Class work includes mainly three elements viz; (1) usual learning activities in classroom, (2) attentiveness

2.3 Academic Misconduct
a.  Avoid cheating and mal practices in the exams or when working on projects/assignments`.
b.  The source of information used in your assignment and projects must be acknowledged. 
c.  This includes materials taken from books, magazines and from the internet.
d.  Plagiarism is an academic crime and you may be sued for violation of copy rights. 
e.  We recommend you to use the (American Psychological Association) APA style in acknowledging.

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