1. Attendance at Class
- Every candidate is obliged to attend all the classes of every prescribed subject. The professor, at the time of evaluation of any subject, will take into account also the attendance at class of the candidate concerned.
A candidate who has been absent for 50% or more of the classes in any subject, has to repeat that particular subject.
- A candidate who has been absent for more than one third and less than 50% of the classes in a particular subject, loses the right to appear for the examination in the subject concerned, during that session.
2. Seminars and Written Assignments
- All written assignments should either be computer-printed or typewritten.
- During the B.Th.Course, the students are expected to submit a minimum of five written assignments (scientific papers) each in the course of the first two years; and four assignments during the third year of Theology (besides the seminars and the final written dissertation). The length of the written assignments shall be from ten to fifteen foolscap pages.
- For the B.Th.Course, two seminars have been prescribed, one each in Sacred Scripture and Systematic Theology. The seminar involves:
- Personal reading and study of the topic;
- Exposition (10-15 min.) and discussion in the group (10-15 min.) together with the professor;
- Presentation of a written paper