dation for the award of degree, diploma, certificate and other academic
e. submission to the Chairman of the Board of Graduate Studies, Research
and Entrepreneurship, reports on the examinations and on any matter
relating to the organization, syllabus and structure of the course of study,
with copies submitted to the Dean, as Chairman of the College/Faculty
f. such other duties as the Board of Graduate Studies, Research and Entre-
preneurship may specify from time to time.
7. Where there is disagreement within the Board of Examiners about results
or classification, the view of the external examiner shall prevail.
8. Unresolved disagreement between external examiners shall be reported to
the Board of Graduate Studies, Research and Entrepreneurship.
9. External examiners shall be present at all meetings where the performance
of candidates, which contributes to the final award, is being considered.
10. In exceptional circumstances, the Vice President, Graduate Studies,
Research and Entrepreneurship acting on the authority of the BGSRE, shall
make arrangements for the external examining of a course of study during
the absence of the external examiners, which may include the submission
of written reports or the appointment of substitute examiners or both.
11. The BGSRE may prescribe that the external examiners shall be present for
consideration of all stages of the examining of a course of study.
An appeal against a decision by the course Examination Board may be made
in accordance with the University’s general academic regulations.
A student may appeal against the grade for coursework, a thesis or dissertation
granted by the course Examination Board if it can be shown that additional
information has become available to the course Examination Board at the time
it made its original decision.
The procedure for appeal is:
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