Malda College is part of the University of Gour Banga in West Bengal. The college offers both graduate and post- graduate courses in Science, Arts and Commerce. The college exams are conducted by the university at its own central level.
For undergraduate courses, the exam pattern is annual, while it is semester- based for the post- graduate courses offered at the university.
Class tests for undergraduate courses offered by the college are held on a regular basis through the year; and just prior to the university’s final exam, a test organized centrally is conducted to assess the students’ final preparation. This pattern is common between both graduate and post- graduate courses.
The final examination results for both courses of the college are prepared and declared by the university.
The final examination for all the courses are held by the university at the end of the academic year, i.e. April- May and the results are declared soon after, in the following months.The final results for both course’s final exams are announced at Gour Banga University’s official website.
Students enrolled to either of the course may refer to the steps listed below for checking their final exams’ results:
- Got to the official website of Gour Banga University
- Click on ‘Results of 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Years’
- Enter the details asked by the page
- After entering your roll number, date of birth, name and the asked text, click ‘Next’
- The screen would subsequently display the candidate’s result
- Candidates can choose to download the result since the website provides the option.
In case of one or two unqualified exams, the candidate is required to appear for supplementary exams in the concerned subjects. Options for checking both kinds of results (regular exam results and supplementary exam results) are available on the website.
Malda College Revaluation Result
In case students of the college are not satisfied with their obtained final exam scores/ results, they have the option of applying for revaluation of their answer sheets.
Such students can apply for revaluation on the university’s official website, and appear for the revaluation exams conducted by the university in November- December. These results too are declared soon in the following months by the university on its official website
For the purpose, students may follow the steps given below:
- Go to the official website
- Click on the ‘Results’ link given on the page.
- Download the PDF document that would open on the page.
- Enter your roll number in the ‘Search’ box and click ‘Submit’
- The result would appear on the screen.
Malda College Revaluation of Answer Sheet
The college provides enrolled students the option of getting their answer sheets revaluated in the case of dissatisfaction with the attained final exam results. Students can avail of the provision by following the necessary procedure, i.e. applying for revaluation on the university’s official website once the university has announced the results.
Malda College Distance Education Result
Malda College also provides aspiring students the option of pursuing its many courses via distance learning. This is made possible by the college’s tie- ups for the purpose with the University of Burdwan, Netaji Open University, and Vidyasagar University.
Final exams for students enrolled to the distance learning courses are held centrally at the level of the respective university where Malda College has its own learning center so that its students enrolled to distance learning courses may attend classes there.The results for these final exams are also prepared and declared by the respective university at its level. Results for the final exams of distance learning courses can also be checked at the concerned university’s official website.
Malda College Result Mark Sheets
The college provides the students physical copies of mark sheets for each academic year (in the case of graduate courses) and for each semester (in the case of post- graduate courses). These marksheets are prepared at the level of the Gour Banga University and can be collected from the college or university’s administrative department.Last Updated - 24 Oct 2018