ACADEMICS & STUDIES
ACADEMICS & STUDIES
The seminary ensures academic excellence to its best. It ensures that the best of teachers for classroom learning and coaching with state-of-the-art laboratories and libraries. The seminary also ensures that the students have enough time for personal studies, group studies and extra-curricula study sessions.
"My people perish for want of knowledge, because you have rejected knowledge, I reject you from being a Priest to me" (Hosea4:6)
THE KEY AREAS AND ASPECTS OF ACADEMICS & STUDIES
THE FOLLOWING ARE THE MAJOR THRUSTS OF THE MOST CURRENT ACADEMIC POLICY:
(A.) ONE FAILS THE TERM IF ONE FAILS:
1. Up to four subjects
2. English Language (credit) and two other subjects for SS II and SS III and three other subjects for JS I – SS I
3. Mathematics (credit) and two other subjects for SSII and SSIII and three other subjects for JS I – SS I.
4. Latin (pass) and two other subjects.
5. To secure at least a credit in both English and Mathematics
(B.) Without prejudice to the above second and third conditions, one may get Weak Pass if he fails to secure above ordinary pass (P) in either English language or Mathematics having fulfilled the above first five conditions.
(C.) ONE MAY BE PROMOTED TO THE NEXTCLASS IF: a) He passes at least two terms and annual
(D.) ONE MAY BE PROMOTED ON TRIAL TO THE NEXT CLASS IF
a) He passes at least two terms but fails the annual
b) Passes only one term and the annual
(E.) ONE MAY BE ASKED TO REPEAT A CLASS IF:
a) He passes only one term
b) He passes only the annual
(F.) ONE MAY BE ASKED TO WITHDRAW IF:
a) He fails to pass at least a term or the annual
b) He repeats a class and fails to be promoted from the class to the next for the second time. Thus, a student is allowed to repeat a class only once.
(G.) IF ONE FAILS THE LATIN CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION USUALLY TAKEN IN SSII, HE IS TO REPEAT THE EXAMINTION THE FOLLOWING YEAR. SHOULD SUCH A PERSON FAIL AGAIN FOR THE SECOND TIME, HE MAY BE ASKED TO WITHDRAW.
(H.) SHOULD OTHER FACTUAL CONTIGENCIES NOT COVERED BY THIS POLICY ARISE, THEY SHALL BE SUBJECT TO THE DISCRETION OF THE RECTOR.
1- A (Excellent) 70 and above
2- C (Credit) 55 - 69
3- P (Pass) 45 - 54
4- F (Fail) 0 - 44
DAILY ACADEMIC/STUDIES TIME-TABLE
TABLE STYLE 1
|1||Classroom Lectures||7:40am - 11:00am||Class|
|2||Classroom Lectures||11:30am - 1:25pm||Class|
|3||Afernoon Studies||3:30pm - 4:55pm||Class|
|4||Library Reading & Night Studies||8:30pm - 10:45pm||Private & Class|
WEEKLY ACADEMICS&STUDIES TIME-TABLE
|1||Tuesdays (Night Studies)||9:10pm - 10:45pm||Class|
|2||Wednesdays (Afternoon Studies & Agric Practicals)||3:30pm - 5:30pm||Class|
|3||Thursdays (Afternoon Studies)||3:30pm - 5:30pm||Class|
|4||Friday (Afternoon Studies)||3:30 - 4:30pm||Class|
|5||Saturdays (Formation Forum/Debate)||7:00am - 7:30am||Communal|
|6||Saturdays (Studies/Essay or Letter Writing)||8:30am - 10:00am||Class|
|7||Saturday (After Evening Prayers & Supper)||Free time - No night studies||Private|
|8||Sundays (Studies/Letter writing)||9:15am - 11:20am||Class|