For Year 1, 2 and 3 students:
a. Two semester exams are administered throughout the whole academic year.b. If the student’s total score is below 50, or he/she is absent with permission for a semester exam, he or she will be allowed to take a supplementary exam only once whose date is set by the Institute.c. If the student’s total score for a supplementary exam is below 50, or he or she is absent on the day of the supplementary exam, he or she will have to repeat that subject.d. A student who fails a certain subject will have to take a supplementary exam for that subject in which he or she will have to pay for permission. e. A total score for the supplementary exam is only 50. f. A student has to fulfill all the on-going assessment requirements before taking a semester exam, and if not, he or she will get a zero mark.g. If a student fails three or more than three subjects after taking a supplementary exam, he or she will have to automatically repeat the class.h. A student who passes all the subjects or fails only two subjects will be promoted to following year.i. Each student will have to take a supplementary exam for his or her repeated subject(s) in the following year whose date is set by the institute.
For Year 4 and 5 students:
a. Each student will have to pass all his or her repeated subjects in the previous year(s) before being permitted to take a semester-one exam for year 4 and 5. - After a semester-one exam, a student who fails certain subjects will have to sit for a supplementary exam whose date is set by the Institute. - If a student still fails the subjects after a supplementary exam, he or she will have to re-take the exam for the last time. b. If a student fails only one subject after the last supplementary exam, he or she will or will not be permitted to take a state exam in accordance with the decisions made by the Management Team of the Institute. c. If a student fails more than two subjects after the last supplementary exam; he or she will not be allowed to take a state exam. He or she will take the courses for those subjects again in which he or she will be charged the same price as a credit. That student will have to continue writing a thesis in group until it is completely finished so that he or she can use the thesis for defense at later time. d. If a student fails a state exam, he or she will have to wait for another state exam with the next batch for the second time. If he or she still fails, that student will have to wait for the state exam with the next generation in which he or she will be charged for permission.
Each semester should include:
♦ At least one progress fest for each subject ♦ An assignment ♦ One final exam for each subject
If a student’s total score for a certain subject is below 50, it means he or she fails that subject and will have to take a supplementary exam at the end of the academic year.
For Associate Degree students:
a. Each student will have to take a supplementary exam for all the repeated subjects before being permitted to take a state exam. b. If a student fails a certain subject after the last supplementary exam, he or she is allowed to take a state exam but will not be granted a diploma until he or she passes that repeated subject. c. The subjects being included in the state exam will be selected by the Institute and the total score for the exam is 100. d. A student who fails the state exam will have to wait for another state exam with the next generation (batch) and will pay for permission. e. Each student has to fulfill the following requirement to be officially granted “Associate Degree”. - He or she has to pass all academic subjects. - He or she has to pass the state exam.
An official transcript of academic record is prepared for each student. All course and final scores are listed on the transcript, together with information on the thesis, if appropriate
Copies of academic transcript are provided by the academic affairs office to student and the student is charged 2,000 Riel per copy.
Students are expected to abide by the following rules set by the institute:
♦ Show respect for others and environment ♦ Preserve the best cultural and moral values ♦ Show academic honesty in course work and examination ♦ Refrain from disruption classes and being a hindrance to other students’ progress ♦ ♦ Refrain from smoking, and using mobiles phones in classes, library and laboratories ♦ Refrain from gambling and carrying weapon inside NTTI campuses. ♦ Refrain from stealing and vandalizing the institute’s property.
The Disciplinary Committee will deal with deal with any student misconduct or any student with prolonged absence from class. The Disciplinary Committee consists of the representative from the institute’s management team, heads of departments and heads of offices.
Students can be dismissed for failure to meet minimum academic requirements of their course, failure to meet attendance requirements, or an unacceptable conduct.