All examination-related activities are monitored and controlled by the Examination committee and Chief Examiner Officer. A robust approach of question paper setting (three sets of handwritten questions and one set of multiple-choice questions) has been developed. This ensures confidentiality and further a random selection of question papers is used. Internal assessment marks are a summative average of Internal exams, end posting test, and periodic tests. Academic Council and all Head of departments conduct regular meetings about the internal assessment and final university evaluation. The same committee makes choices about the criteria of mark distribution based on university norms and recommendations for granting grades to pupils. The decision is conveyed to all faculty members, ensuring that students are assessed consistently.

Students are also assessed every week in form of weekly class assignments of that week’s lectures and clinics. This ensures that the student has been paying attention in class and has completed all daily homework tasks with the necessary rigour. Students were prompted into critical thinking and selfassessment as a result of these activities.

Remedial classes are held on the appropriate topics for underperforming pupils, with additional attention paid to them. After that, another evaluation is done. This gives students the opportunity to create a modular skill set that will help them improve their academic performance.

To improve educational quality, the teacher-at-student ratio is kept to manageable proportions. Students who engage in unfair means during exams face severe consequences. The college's website contains all exam-related news and information.