School of Health and Allied Sciences follows the semester system for its all programs except BScNursing. The school adopts the practice of continuous evaluation of a student’s performance. The assigned subject instructor of theory, practical or any other course is responsible for the internal evaluation of the students and the Examination Cell conducts the two internal examinations.
The school follows the prescribed format of University as the instruction of medium except stated otherwise. A student’s performance in a course is evaluated in two phases from the school; internally by the concerned faculty member through quizzes, tutorials, lab works, home assignments, class tests, class participation, term papers etc. For the annual program (BSc Nursing) examination cell conducts three consecutive internal exams before the final exam taken by the Office of the Controller of the Examinations, Pokhara University. The final marks awarded to the student in a course are based on his/her consolidated performance in both internal evaluations. The weight given to internal evaluation is 50% for undergraduate programs, and 60% for the graduate programs.
The Examination Cell publishes the first and second internal result for the effective evaluation of the individual student. The cell follows the academic calendar prescribed by the school and also keep the record of all the internal evaluation activities.