Exam instructions, No. 134 in 2000

 

Article 1: These instructions apply to universities, colleges and technical institutes affiliated to each of them.

Article 2:

I. The Board of the college or the Board of the Institute shall decide on a proposal by the section or Branch Council in the college where the number and type of the exams and how they are conducted and calculated shall not be less than 30% and no more than 50 % of the final degree, except for subjects of practical and applied nature, is left to determine their ratios to the Council of University or Council of technical institutes.

II. The final exams in the final grades of the medical colleges shall be inclusive of some of the subjects determined by College Board and the annual pursuit of sixth grade subjects in medical colleges shall be calculated by (20%) of the final score.

Article 3:

  1. The final quarterly or annual examination of the first and second roles shall be confidential on all subjects.
  2. The quarterly or annual examination includes the vocabulary of the subjects prescribed during a semester or year, with the duration of the study for the quarterly lessons of (15) weeks and annual lessons for (30) weeks and does not include the days of final exams and school holidays.

Article 4: The faculty member is committed to programming the vocabulary of the subjects he teaches with the distribution of grades on the annual quest and the final exam and declares this in the beginning of the academic year and announcing the grades of annual pursuit of students at least five days before the start of the final exams through the department after the approval of the head of the department or The head of the branch in colleges where there are no departments the student is entitled to challenge the degree or correct the error during the said period.

Article 5: The Board of the college or institute, on the proposal of the dean, composes a permanent committee or more to administer exams during the academic year.

Article 6: Minimum success rate is (50%) for each subject.

Article 7: Each of the two quarterly subjects in the faculties that adopt the quarterly system shall be counted as one annual subject only if the number of hours of the quarterly subject is equal to the minimum number of hours of study for the same subject during the year.

Article 8:

I. The student is allowed to deposit half of the subjects (by repairing the fraction in the case of the number of individual subjects for the benefit of the student) or less in the first round exams to perform the second round exams in the subjects he failed. In contrast, it is considered a deposit from the first round except for students in the medical colleges, subject to the provisions of article (20) of these instructions.

II. If a student is considered as failing in any of the first or second roles, the year shall be repeated in all the subjects for which he fails and where he has received an acceptable assessment, taking into account the provisions of article (18) of these instructions.

III. The student is exempted from the deleted subjects and demands the topics developed in the capacity of changing the curriculum, which does not lead to the transfer to a higher class or graduation unless it is not required for a subject taking into account the clause (ii) of this article.

IV. Fourth: In the case of success of a student in all subjects and failing in some study materials of the last stage, he can succeed to the next stage but still be considered failing even if he succeed in the next stage.

Article 9: The student is considered failing in any study material if his absences exceeded (10%) of the planned hours for that material without any legitimate excuse or (15%) with a legitimate excuse approved by the council of the college or the institute.

Article 10: The student can participate in the second phase exams if he did not participated in the first phase according to a legitimate excuse approved by the council of the college or the institute and authenticated by official documents in one of the following cases:

First: Sudden illness.
Second: Death of one of his relatives of the first degree of kinship.
Third: Run over accidents.
Fourth: Sudden arrest.

Article 11: Study materials of a practical or an applied nature that don’t have a final exam are excluded from the second phase exam, determined by the council of the college or the institute at the beginning of the academic year and this is should be announced to students.

Article 12: It is not allowed to postpone the second phased exam any way.

Article 13: Ten degrees are discounted from the final grade for the study material that the student succeeded in during the second phase exam when calculating the rate, except in case of an acceptable degree of success (50%).

Article 14: Board of department prepares final results and presents recommendations to the council of the college or the institute for approval and announcement, except the last grades that are authenticated by the university president or chief of the technical institutes board.

Article 15:

First: The student rate is calculated on the basis of degrees he obtained in each study material and taking into account the number of units of each material.
Second: A unity is considered one theoretical hour effort, per week for (15) weeks.
Third: Every two practical hours in college are equivalent to one theoretical hour and every three hours are equivalent to an hour and a half while in the institute one theoretical hour is equivalent to one practical hour.

Article 16:

I. Student graduation rank is calculated according to the following:
For two years of study, the rate of years to calculate the graduation rank as follows:
First year: (40%).
Second year: (60%).
For four years of study, the rate of years is allocated as follows:
First year: (10%).
Second year: (20%).
Third year: (30%).
Fourth year: (40%).
For (5) years of study, the rate of years is allocated as follows:
First year: (5%).
Second year: (10%).
Third year: (15%).
Fourth year: (30%).
Fifth year: (40%).

II. The graduation rate is calculated by multiplying the student rate per year in the percentage indicated for this and the total for the school years is the student graduation rate.

III. The level of success of a student who is accepted in a higher class than the first grade (e.g. the first graduates of the second-grade colleges or in cases of non-Qatari transition and others) shall be counted for the years he or she has studied only in the same proportions as prescribed for each re-calculated phase to (100%).

Article 17:

I. The results are made public by the following estimates to determine the level of the student among the successful grades:

The privilege corresponds to 90 degrees ninety-100 Hundred

Very good meet him in grades 80 eighty – to less than ninety.

Good meet him in grades 70 seventy – to less than eighty.

The average corresponds to 60 stone grades-to less than seventy.

Acceptable corresponds to 50 degrees fifty – to less than sixty.

The deposit corresponds to 49 degrees Forty-nine and below.

II. The degree fractions are forced to one degree if they are half or more of the same subject.

III. Grade fractions are not to be properly repaired at the rate.

Article 18:

I. The Council of the University or the Council of the Board based on the recommendation of the College or Institute board to calculate the year of non-repetition for the student who failed in the second round in the second year if he submitted a medical report certified by a competent committee in the Ministry of Health due to outside his desire or force majeure in a period except He is convinced by the Board of the college or the Institute.

II. The Council of the University or the Council of the Commission on the recommendation of the Board of the college or the Institute to allow the student to deposit in the year ending for two consecutive years and was failing in the second year with one annual subject or two separate subjects that the examination in the third year should be the position of the military service He may not have spent the time allowed to remain in the college or institute.

III. For legitimate reasons, the Minister is persuaded to calculate the year of non-repetition of the applicant for two consecutive years, provided that his position is sound from military service and he has not spent the period allowed for his stay in the college or institute.

Article 19:

The student’s relationship with the college or institute ends in one of the following cases:

I. If he fails two consecutive years in his capacity.

II. If the student exceeds the prescribed period of study in his specialty including the years of repetition, non-repetition, postponement and any other years added to the student or when he moves to another study.

Article 20: If the student cheats or attempts to cheat in any of the daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly or final exams is proven to be a failure in all subjects for that year and if it is repeated, it is separated from the college or institute and its registration is recorded.

Article 21:

I. The student may postpone his study for one year for legitimate reasons to be convinced by the Board of the college or the Institute to submit an application for postponement at least 30 days before the beginning of the final exam.

II. The Rector or the President of the Commission may, on the recommendation of the Board of the College or institute, postpone the student’s study for a second year and for legitimate reasons to be satisfied that the request for adjournment is made at least 30 days before the beginning of the final exam.

III. The study of the student in the faculties or institutes that follow the quarterly system in the second semester may not be postponed unless it is due to an outside of his or her will and is successful in the first semester, in which case the postponement is considered for the entire school year.

IV. The Minister or the authorized president of the university or the authority on the recommendation of the Council of the University or the body of technical institutes and for legitimate reasons to be persuaded to postpone the study of the student third year, taking into account article (19) of these instructions.

Article 22: The examination instructions cancel the number (7) for the year 1989.

Article 23: These instructions are distributed in the Official Gazette and are in force for the 2000/01 academic year.

Content (3):

The instructions of the opinion body in the Ministry book 12 x 1519 at 27/5/2012

And His Excellency the Minister endorsed it

The work of the examination Committees:

I. The Board of the College or institute, at the suggestion of the Dean, is a central permanent committee at the College or institute level to administer exams during the academic year.

II. The Central Examination Committee shall be chaired by Mr. Brigadier General or a member of the College Board.

III. The Central Examination Committee shall carry out the following tasks:

  1. The establishment of sub-examination committees in each section or branch of the college or Institute by an administrative instruction issued by Mr. Brigadier General and headed by the head of the section or branch.
  2. Receive three sample examination questions and each of the roles (I and II) and each subject with the model Ssolutions and be printed by the material professor and sealed casings.
  3. Selection of a sample of the examination questions by the Dean of the college or the institute/Chairman of the Central Examination Committee and the head of the department or branch/chairman of the Sub-Committee and the professor of material.

4. Photographing the examination questions confidentially in order to prevent them from leaking and distributing them on the morning of the exam and in the event of leaks bear those mentioned in (c) full legal responsibility and re-examination.

  1. Organization of the schedules of supervision of examinations.

6-Submit the final results to the Board of the section for discussion and then presented to the College Board and obtain the approval of the Dean.

  1. The rooms of the examination committees shall be fortified with doors and windows and shall be provided with adequate custody of the examination questions.

The Sub-examination committee shall consist of:

  1. Head of section/presiding
  2. Decision of the section/deputy
  3. (3) Three professors to be at least the rank of Professor/Assistant professor/members.
  4. The work of the Sub-Committee shall be under the direct supervision of Mr. Brigadier General.

C-the ability of the examination committees to change in their configurations annually and as new things.

I. The Sub-examination Committee shall perform the following functions:

1-Organizing the examination halls and distributing the student to ensure the proper conduct of the exams.

2-To create lists of the names of the students, while accurately marking the cases of repetition, absences, crossings and postponements.

3-receiving the degrees of pursuit after they have been announced from the department.

4-Receiving the examination questions on the morning of the exam.

5-Distributing the examination books to the halls and receiving them after the end of the exam, and the exams must be stamped with the stamp of the college.

6-Remove the names and put the secret numbers on the covers of the examination books and re-paste them after the completion of the process of correcting and checking them.

7-Set up committees to correct the books and check them with the competence within the section to correct the professor of material at least two questions of the exam if (5) questions or more and one question if the questions are less.

8-Download the grades that are fixed on the exams books in the lists of each material and check them definitively and download them in the Register of degrees (the record) by completing it by numbering its pages and preventing scratch and write and others within the register, with the signature of all the members of the examination committee as well as the Dean of the College To be folded.

9-keeping the exam scores for students according to an electronic program of the examination committee, as well as keeping the final results on CD (CDS) to protect them from damage and loss. The results of the final exams should be submitted to Mr. Al-Dean for approval in preparation for their declaration.Announcement of the examination results for the first and second roles.

  1. Receive the objections submitted by the students of the department or branch on their examination results and consider them within a period of (5) days.
  2. The Committee shall keep the standard questions and answers with the examination books because they are subject to examination by external committees and the examination books shall be destroyed after a period of at least 10 years, in accordance with instructions No. 2 of the Year (1978) concerning the destruction of official papers, subject to the instructions for the preservation of documents. Of the Financial Supervisory Board No. (3) for the Year (1991).
  3. In the event that the student is found to be cheating or disposed of in the examination room, the Committee shall recommend dismissal or failure as instructed.
  4. No book of exams should be opened or reproduced for the approval of Mr. Brigadier general and in cases of extreme necessity.
  5. The deanship of the college has the obligation to develop instructions for students, including:

1-Taking the student’s identity.

2-The answer should be by ballpoint pen.

3-Not to bring mobile devices to the exam halls by students.