Update from Cambridge International on May/June 2020 exams

The situation with the Covid-19 outbreak is changing rapidly. In recent days, many more countries have decided to extend school closures into May and June, making it impossible for many of our schools to hold examinations.

We have been consulting closely with our global community of schools, who need as much certainty as possible at an uncertain time. Our priority is to protect the safety and wellbeing of our students and teachers, ensure fairness for all our students and support them in continuing with their education.

Today, therefore, we have taken the difficult decision not to run our international examinations in the May/June 2020 series in any country. This includes Cambridge IGCSE, Cambridge O Level, Cambridge International AS & A Level, Cambridge AICE Diploma and Cambridge Pre-U.

We recognise that students have been working very hard towards these exams. We will be working with schools to assess students’ achievements using the best available evidence. Students will receive a grade and a certificate from Cambridge International, given the knowledge and skills they have acquired in their programmes of study. This will ensure students do not face disadvantage as a result of these extraordinary circumstances.

We will provide guidance to schools on how students will receive those grades. We are talking to universities worldwide, and they are factoring these unprecedented circumstances into admissions decisions, so students can continue with their education journeys as soon as possible.

We are also aware of the impact the situation may have on student motivation and learning. Many of our schools are working hard to deliver teaching online to support their students’ learning. We will continue to offer a wide range of support and resources for schools, teachers and students on our dedicated pages on our website at www.cambridgeinternational.org

We will provide an update for schools on Thursday 26 March and as regularly as possible. We know that schools will need clear guidance very soon, and we are working around the clock on how to deliver valuable outcomes to students in the many countries where we work.


Examination Policy

According to the Examination Policy of Global College International (GCI), students are requested to adhere with all the rules and regulations.

The students failing to follow the policy means the violation of rules and regulation and leads to the disciplinary action:

The policy are as follows:

Materials Permitted in the Examination Room

  1. A candidate must not bring to an examination any paper (written or blank) except by direction of the examiner.
  2. All materials not approved for use in the examination must be left in such part of the room as the invigilator/supervisor directs.
  3. Students are not permitted to have in their possession in the examination room any other electronic device and/or mobile technology. Medically prescribed devices are permitted.
  4. Any item not permitted in an examination room that is found in the possession of a student will be removed for the duration of the examination and a fine of Rs. 500 will apply.
  5. You must have a valid admit card which should be shown on entry to the exam. Your admit card must be on your desk throughout the exam.
  6. If you do not have your admit card, you will sent to Finance Department to have one.

Failing the Examinations

  1. 100% pass result in the term examination for each subject is mandatory for all to qualify to appear for the University Semester End Exams.
  2. The College Administration will reschedule re-exam for subjects failed in the Mid-Term, hence, concerned ones are instructed to contact the respective program office for the administrative support. A candidate will be charged Rs. 500 per subject (administrative, marking, question setting services) in order to sit in the re-exam.
  3. If a candidate has failed even after appearing the re- exams, this will automatically lead to Not Qualified (NQ) for the University Semester Exams. This in turn will also lead to automatic discontinuation from the college register.
  4. Stipend/scholarships facility will be pended for the candidates in scholarship criteria if failed in term exam as well as the University Semester End Exams consecutively.
  5. Since failure on students part to comply with the listed criteria, will lead to administrative actions, all the concerned students are timely suggested to fit in for better result through the further academic endeavors.

Missed Examinations

  1. Term exams are mandatory to be taken by all the students (exception shall be granted on the medical and bereavement cases only).
  2. Students will not be allowed to enter in the examination hall after 30 minutes of commencement of examination.
  3. Students shall be awarded NQ if he/she misses Mid-term exams without the pre-approval (written) from the Coordinators office.
  4. An application for missed examination may be made by candidates who have been prevented from being present at an examination or who consider that their preparation for or performance in an examination has been seriously impaired by temporary illness or injury or exceptional circumstances beyond their control.
  5. The application must be submitted to the Program office within one week of the date that the examination affected took place, or if more than one examination has been affected, then within one week of the last of those examinations.
  6. In case of illness or injury, a doctor must state when candidate is seen. This should be on the day of the examination, or if this is not possible, on the day before or the day after.
  7. For other personal misfortune, such as family illness, bereavement, or family issues, the evidence will depend on your circumstances. The following guidelines may help you decide what is required.
  8. Medical evidence, with specific dates, for illness of family member
  9. Death notice for death of family member
  10. Evidence of flight/bus ticket dates if travel is required to attend a funeral
  11. Police report for theft of belongings etc.

Mid-Term Examination Routine (BHM/BTTM)

Mid-Term Examination Routine

Reporting Time: 7:30 AM

Exam Time: 8:00 AM – 11:00 AM

January 20, 2019 (Sunday)Food & Beverage Service IEnglish
January 21, 2019 (Monday)Housekeeping Operations IIntroduction to Hospitality Management
January 22, 2019 (Tuesday)Food Production and Patisserie-ITravel Service Operation Management
January 23, 2019 (Wednesday)English CommunicationPrinciples of Management
January 24, 2019 (Thursday)Principles of ManagementFundamentals of Tourism
January 25, 2019 (Friday)Introduction to Tourism and HospitalityPrinciples of Marketing

Thanking you,

Program Office


Second Term Exam 2019 (AS & A2 Level)

This is to inform all the students of AS and A2 levels that the Second Term Examination has been scheduled as follows

1/6/2019SundayMathematics / SociologyEnglish General Paper
1/7/2019MondayComputer Science / PsychologyMathematics / Sociology
1/8/2019TuesdayPhysics / AccountingChemistry / Accounting
1/9/2019WednesdayChemistry / EconomicsPhysics / Psychology
1/10/2019ThursdayEnglish General PaperComputer Science
1/11/2019FridayBusiness / BiologyEconomics
1/13/2019SundayBusiness / Biology
1/14/2019MondayArt & Design & Literature In English (AS & A2)


1. Exam starts at 8 AM sharp.

2. Students are not allowed to remain absent during examinations.

3. Students must inform their guardians/parents about the examination schedule.

4. Students must have admit card during examination.

Surendra Raj Joshi

Program Coordinator

Make-Up Examination, BBA First Batch

Dear All,

Student, BBA First Batch
As from Thursday, January 03 to January 10, there will be Make-Up Examination for BBA First Batch students (of their First Semester), all the regular classes of Third Semester has been Called-Off for that period. All the regular Academic Activities will resume from Sunday, January 13, 2019.
Students who don’t have to give Make-Up Examination can use this as a “Winter Vacation”. And for the students who have their Examination need to come to College on the regular examination date. Your “Admit Card” has already arrived at College. You can collect it from BBA Program Office.I suggest all the students to utilize this vacation to complete the First Assignment and submit that on the very first day as your regular classes resumes. 
For all of your reference, once again I have attached the Routine Plan of Make-Up Examination.