a) KL University operates in the semester pattern. b) University awards Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Hotel Management for the undergraduate degree program. c) Academic regulations are approved by the Academic Council.
a) Each Academic Year is divided into two semesters viz., Semester I and Semester II. b) University may also offer courses during summer referred as Summer Semester. c) The Academic Council approves the schedule of academic activities for an academic year, inclusive of dates for registration, class tests and comprehensive examinations etc. which shall be mentioned in the Academic Calendar of the year. d) Normally a semester consists of 90 instructional days.
a) A student (newly admitted or on rolls) has to register for a course on the day of registration for each semester. Students failing to register for the course will not be permitted to attend classes. It is the responsibility of the individual student to register for the semester. b) Normally, no late registration shall be permitted. However, considering any compelling reason, a student may be permitted for late registration (within one week of commencement of semester) with prior approval. In such cases, late registration may be done up to seven days with payment of a requisite fine of Rs.500. Students will be permitted to register only if they have: (i) Cleared all the fees, outstanding dues of, University and / or Hostel of previous semesters, (ii) Paid all prescribed fees for the current semester, and (iii) Not been debarred from registering for a specified period on disciplinary or any other ground. d) The University has the right to refuse registration if a student does not turn up on the day of registration. e) Normally, a student is not allowed to withdraw from compulsory courses prescribed by the University. f) The University reserves the right to cancel the registration of a student from a course or semester or debar from the degree on disciplinary grounds.
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