FAQ

1. FAQ

1.5. BIT PROGRAMME STRUCTURE


Bit Programme Structure

1). Within how many years can I complete the BIT Degree?

  • Minimum, you need 3 years to complete the BIT Degree.

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2). How many semesters are in BIT Programme?

  • Total 6 semesters

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3). What is my academic year?

  • Academic year, starts on 01st January and Ends on 31st December.

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4). How are the semesters planned?

  • For each semester, you have 15 weeks (approximately, 4 months) of study period and in the 5th month, Semester Exams will be held.

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5). How are the semesters labeled?

  • Year 1, semester 1 and 2
  • Year 2, semester 3 and 4
  • Year 3, semester 5 and 6

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6). How is the Academic year 1 planned?

  • Study Period for Sem.1 : January to April (15 weeks semester)
  • Sem.1 Exams : May
  • Study Period for Sem.2 : May to Sep (15 weeks)
  • Exams for Sem.2 : September/October

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7). Which mark is considered for a pass, if I repeat a course?

  • The best mark obtained from all your attempts are considered for a pass.

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8). What is an attempt?

  • When you sit for a course, it is an attempt. If you are absent or if you do not apply for the examination it is not counted as an attempt.

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9). Which syllabus is effective for me to award my Diploma?

  • Syllabus and the Regulations of the year in which you are completing the Diploma will be effective for awarding the Diploma for you.

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10). Which syllabus and regulations are effective for me to award my Degree?

  • Syllabus and the Regulations of the year in which you are completing the Degree will be effective for awarding the Degree for you.

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11). Where can I find more details about BIT?

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12). What is the SLQF level for BIT?

  • BIT is SLQF Level 5 degree programme (90 Credits - three academic years)
    it is a specialized degree of Information Technology in the domain of computing based on IEEE-ACM curriculum
    however, NOT a honors degree (SLQF level 6)

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Last updated on 16th July, 2018