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CBCS Regulation for Undergraduate Programme

CBCS Regulation for Undergraduate Programme

 

      These Regulations shall govern Undergraduate programmers under the Choice Based Credit System. These regulations shall come into force from Academic year 2011-2012.

Definitions:

1.         "Undergraduate programmes" mean Bachelor's degree programmes in the         Faculties of Science, Arts, Commerce, Education, Social 

                  Science, Law and Home

            Science (Where ever it is applicable to the concerned university.)

2.         "An academic year" consists of two semesters. Each semester will have 15-16 weeks

            for academic work equivalent to 90 days. The odd semesters may be     scheduled

            from July to November and even semester from December to April.

3.         "Programme" is used for a fixed educational programme in place of Degree. A

             normal undergraduate  programme shall be of six semester's duration.

4.         "Course" is a component of programme i.e. in the CBCS; papers will be referred to as courses. Each Course is identified by a unique course

code. Every course is not of equal weight age. Each course, in addition of having a curriculum, will have learning objectives and learning outcome. A Course may be designed to involve lectures/tutorials/laboratory work/ field work/project work/vocational training/viva voce

            etc. or combination of some  of these.

5.         "Credit" means the unit by which the course work is measured. It defines the quantum of contents/syllabus

            prescribed for the course. It also determines the number of hours of instructions required per week. In these regulations, one credit

            means one hour of direct teaching work or two hours of practical work/field work per

            week for 15 weeks in a semester.

6.         "Grade letter" is an index to indicate the performance of a student in a particular

            course. It is arrived at by transformation of actual marks secured by a student in a said

            course. Grade letters are O, A, B, C, D, E, F.

7.         "Grade Point" is the weight age allotted to each grade letter depending on the range

            of marks awarded in a course.

8.         "Credit Points" refer to the product of "No, of credits assigned to the course" and the

            grade point secured for the same course.

9.         "Semester Grade Point Average"(SGPA) is an index of a student’s performance in a

            given semester. It is the ratio of the "total credit points   earned by the students in all

            the courses at the semester" and the "total number of credits assigned to the courses"

            in the semester.

10.       "Cumulative grade point Average" (CGPA) refers to the cumulative grade point

            average of SGPA and is computed based on the following formula.

           

                              CGPA=Sum of all Credit points of the entire programme  

                                           Sum of Credits up to the end of the programme       

11.       "Fee" means the fee prescribed by the University for the Undergraduate     

            Programme.The tuition fee and the examination fee of a semester will be in

           accordance with the number of credits a candidate has registered for in that semester.

Salient Features of Choice Based Credit System:

1.      All Undergraduate departments in the Universities/Affiliated Colleges shall offer undergraduate programmes in faculties of Arts, Commerce, Science, Education, Home Science, Law and Social Sciences from the Academic year 2011-12.

2.      A student will have to get enrolled at an Affiliated College for a Core course depending upon his/her requirement of a degree in the said discipline of study.

3.      A student will have a choice of selecting an Elective as well as Foundation courses from a pool of courses. She/he will have a choice of selecting such courses from the same department/faculty or the other department/faculty depending upon his/her interest, need, long term goals and also feasibility in terms of available expertise and infrastructure.

4.      The faculty/an Affiliated college may design and offer courses after the due consideration and approval by the university.

5.      Each course shall be assigned a specific number of Credits.

6.      A Core course is the course which should compulsorily be studied by a candidate as a Core requirement so as to get degree in a said discipline of study.

Two courses each of Core compulsory and Core Elective shall be offered to each student in every semester.

The Credit weight age for Core course shall be of Three (03) Credits. 

7.      In addition to the Core courses, a student will have to choose Elective as well as Foundation courses from a pool of courses.

Two courses of Elective, one each from Generic Elective and Interdisciplinary/Multidisciplinary/Subject centric electives shall have to be offered. The Credit weight age for Elective course shall be of Two (02) Credits.

Two courses of Foundation, one each from Compulsory Foundation and Elective Foundation shall have to be offered. The Credit weight age for Foundation course shall be of Two (02) Credits.

Undergraduate Course Structure:

1.      Undergraduate programmes offered in the CBCS will be of Six semester duration. The General (G) level programme will be of 120 Credits distributed equally among the six semesters. The Advanced (A) level programme (Honors) shall be of 144 Credits distributed  equally among the six semesters. A Special (S) level BS programme of eight semester duration will be considered for implementation at a later stage.

2.      Each Academic year shall consist of two semesters, each of 15 weeks of teaching equivalent to 90 working days. The Odd semester period shall be from July to November and the Even semester period shall be from December to April.

3.      There shall be following three categories of courses in Undergraduate programme.

A)    Core Course:

A course which shall compulsorily be studied by a candidate to complete the requirement for Degree in a said programme of study.

Core Compulsory is a course which has to be studied compulsorily as a part of Core requirement so as to get degree in a said discipline of study.

Core Elective or Core Allied is a course that supports/strengthens the Core Compulsory.

B)    Elective Course:

It is a course which can be chosen from the pool of courses. The course may be specific/specialized/supportive or advanced to the discipline of study. They may be nurturing candidate’s skill as well as proficiency. 

Generic Elective courses add generic proficiency to the students and they are for the said discipline of study.

Open Elective courses are from the pool of courses that are Interdisciplinary and/or Multidisciplinary.

C)    Foundation Course:

It is a course that aims to improve proficiency and skill of the students.

Compulsory Foundation courses add generic proficiency to the students belonging to all disciplines of study.

Elective Foundation courses are Value based and aimed at Man making Education.

4.      All of the above courses may be designed so as to include Field work/Project work/Laboratory work/Entrepreneurship/Internship/Vocational training etc depending upon the course requirement. The credit distribution may be done keeping in mind the weight age of the required skill in the said discipline of study.

5.      In addition to the above three type of courses, more courses may be designed in future. They may be of following types:

A. Self Study Courses

The courses that enables students to learn on their own.

             B. Add on Courses

The courses that allow students to earn more credits than minimum required for the said programme.These courses may enable the students to get equipped with advance skills and proficiency.  

 C.Advanced level Foundation courses

These are the courses that have special emphasis on proficiency in multiple languages as well as use of ICT in Knowledge Management. 

6.      Each course shall have a unique Course code. The Core courses, Elective courses and the Foundation courses shall be abbreviated respectively as C, E and F.

1. Core Compulsory                    CC

    Core Elective                           CE

2. Elective Generic                      EG

    Elective Open                          EO

            3. Foundation Compulsory          FC

                Foundation Elective                 FE

The normal graduation programme shall have 20 credits/semester. The total number of credits for an G level undergraduate programme shall be 120.The weight age of Core, Elective and Foundation courses shall remain as follows:

Academic year

Semester

  Core

  Elective

Foundation

     1

     I & II

   60%

   20%

    20%

     2

    III & IV

   60%

   20%

    20%

     3

    V & VI

   60%

   20%

    20%

              A general framework for G level undergraduate programme shall be as follows:

     Semester

    I

    II   

 III

  IV

   V

   VI

Total

Credits

    20

   20

    20

  20

     20

20

120

            The A level and S level programmes shall be considered for implementation at a

            later stage.

 Level

    I

   II

    III

   IV

   V

   VI

  VII

VIII

Total

    A

   24

   24

    24

   24

   24

   24

    -

     -

144

    S

   20

   20

    25

   25

   25

   25

    25

    25   

190

7.            Since every course is independent and Self-contained, some courses can be permitted to be registered by the students of other departments, enabling them Cross-border and Interdisciplinary mobility.

8.                  A candidate has a provision to go with a slow pace by registering for a minimum of 12 credits in a semester. He/she may go with an accelerated pace by registering for a maximum of 23 credits in a semester.

9.                   A candidate may avail a maximum of two blank semesters in one stretch. However he/she may have to pay a prescribed fee for maintaining a blank semester. If a candidate takes more than six semesters to complete the requirements of 120 credits, he/she will have to pay a prescribed fee for the credits registered during the spilled over semester.

10.              A candidate can avail four additional semesters for the completion of the stipulated 120 credit requirement for a programme. However in special cases, a candidate with the permission of the college/university can avail two more semesters. The duration may be extended by the universities in the second cycle of the CBCS implementation.

Attendance and Medium of Instruction:

      The Attendance Rules as well as the medium of Instruction shall be as per the norms of

      Concerned University.

 Evaluation Methods:

1.      A student shall be evaluated through Comprehensive Continuous Assessment (CCA) as well as the End of Semester examination. The weight age of CCA shall be 30%, where as the weight age of the Semester end examination shall be 70%.

2.      The In Semester assessment (CCA) is spread through the duration of the course and is to be done by the Teacher teaching the course. The assessment is to be done by various means including:

          -Written Tests

          -MCQ based quiz

          -Presentations/Seminars

          -Project work/Field work

          -Group discussions/Group activities.

The End of Semester examination shall have an assessment based upon following perspective with respect to all the courses:

           -Evaluation with respect to Knowledge

           -Evaluation with respect to Understanding

           -Evaluation with respect to Skill

           -Evaluation with respect to Application

           -Higher Order Thinking Skills.

With respect to all the above components, there will be following four types of Questions from each unit of the course.

1.      MCQ

2.      Short Questions

3.      Long answer questions

4.      Very long answer questions

       The questions may largely be from the questions from the question bank for the each

       Course.

       The Schedule of the In Semester examination (Internal Evaluation) and the End of

       Semester examination (External Evaluation) shall be as follows. The End of Semester

       Examination will be conducted by the University.

       It will be compulsory for a candidate to obtain passing percentage in both Internal as

       well as External Evaluation. The passing marks for each course shall be 40%, or as decided

       by the University.

Component

Units Covered

  Weight age

Period of Assessment

           I

        1 & 2

       15%

To be consolidated by 8th week

          II

        3 &  4

       15%

To be consolidated by 15th week

         III

   Entire Course

       70%

To be consolidated by 18th to 20th week

 

       Final Grade should be announced by 24th week.

       The candidate will never be said to have failed in a Course if he/she is unsuccessful

       in completing the course by the end of the semester. He/she is said to have Dropped

       the course.

       The details of any Dropped paper will not appear in the Grade Card

Promotion, Re-Admission and Time for Completion of Course:

1.      A candidate who has undergone a regular course of study in Semester I, fulfill the required criteria of attendance and has secured marks equal to passing standard both in Internal and External Examination shall be eligible for promotion to Semester II. He/she will have to earn a minimum of 12 Credits in Semester I.

2.      A candidate who has successfully completed all the courses of Semester I, but not all the courses of Semester II shall be eligible for promotion to Semester III. He/she will be required to complete all courses of Semester II before migrating to Semester IV

3.      A candidate who has undergone a regular course of study in Semester III, fulfill the required criteria of attendance and has secured marks equal to passing standard both in Internal and External Examination and having earned a minimum of 12 Credits  shall be eligible for promotion to Semester IV.

4.      A candidate who has successfully completed all the courses of Semester I and II but not all the courses of Semester III shall be eligible for promotion to Semester IV. He/she will be required to complete all courses of Semester III before migrating to Semester V

5.      The same rules shall be applied for promotion from Semester IV to V and from V to VI respectively.

6.      A candidate will be allowed two blank semesters continuously in case he/she may have to leave his/her study halfway due to unforeseen circumstances. However he/she may have to pay the prescribed registration fee as per the College/University norms for such semesters.

7.      A candidate shall have maximum of 10 semesters (five academic years) for completion of a said programme in case he/she wishes to go at a slower pace by registering a minimum of 12 credits per semester. However he/she will have to pay the prescribed registration fee for each of the semester in addition to the course fee for the courses he/she avails during each semester.

8.      A candidate shall have a choice of going at fast pace by registering for 23 credits per semester.

9.      The minimum and maximum number of credits may increase provided a candidate opts for Add on courses.

10.  The tentative/provisional grade shall be issued at the end of every semester indicating the courses completed successfully. The final Grade Card may be issued by the Registrar of the concerned university after a candidate has successfully completed all the courses of the said programme.

Procedure for Awarding Grades:

A Normalization Committee shall be set up for every course. The committee will comprise of Head of the Department, One senior Faculty member from the same department and the concerned Course teacher.

The committee shall decide:

1. The Lower cut off to draw boundary between unsuccessful and successful candidates. This

     will be based upon analysis and logical thinking.

2. The Lower end of Grade and the Higher end of Grade that is thought to be appropriate for

     grading of students in a scale of 10 from 4 to 10.

Based upon above, the committee will calculate an Intermediate Score called U (Unit Score Value) which is spread between 0 and 1.

 

U= {M-Min (M)}/ {Max (M)-Min (M)}

Where M is the score of candidate for the said course, Min (M) is the minimum score in the class for the said course and Max (M) is the maximum score in the class for the said course, after eliminating the scores of unsuccessful candidates.

The Normalized Percentage value is the calculated as follows:

P= {(B-A) x U} +A

Where A is the marks corresponding to the Lower limit of the Lower end of the grade decided to be awarded and B is the marks corresponding to the Upper limit of the Higher end of the grade decided to be awarded.

If Normalization committee decides to grade all successful candidates from 5 to 10 in a scale of 10, then A is equal to 40 and B is equal to 99. This can be explained on the basis of following table.

Grade Point

Lower limit (A)

Upper limit (B)

Range for P

Grade

4

30

39

30>=P<40

Dropped

5

40

49

40>=P<50

E

6

50

59

50>=P<60

D

7

60

69

60>=P<70

C

8

70

79

70>=P<80

B

9

80

89

80>=P<90

A

10

90

99

90>=P<100

O

The Semester end Grade point average (SGPA) and the Course end Cumulative Grade point average (CGPA) are computed as follows.

The Grade Point in a said course may be calculated by using the formula

GP= CVxG, where CV is the Credit Value of the said course and G is the Grade awarded to a candidate in the said course.

The SGPA may be calculated as follows:

SGPA = Sum of all GPs in the said Semester/ Sum of Credits in the said semester

The CGPA may be calculated as follows:

CGPA= Sum of all GPs in all the Semesters/ Credits for the said Programme

The CGPA may be expressed to an accuracy of three decimal digits.

The Percentage equivalence may be obtained by multiplying CGPA by 10.

Provision for Appeal:

There shall be a provision for Appeal for a candidate who may be dissatisfied with the Grade he/she has been awarded. He/she can approach the Grievance Cell with the written submission. The appeal may be made for In Semester examination as well as the End of Semester examination. The Grievance Cell is empowered to revise the grades if the case is genuine and is also empowered to penalize the candidate if his/her submission is found to be baseless and unduly motivated. The Grievance Cell may be set up as per the norms of the University/ Institution

Ordinances and Regulation relating to the degree of Bachelor of Home Science under the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)

O. Home Sc. 1

A bachelor’s degree Course is of 6 Semester – 3 Years duration. A candidate can avail a maximum of 12 semester – 6 yeas (in a continuous stretch of 6 year from the date of admission) to complete Bachelor’s degree. A candidate has to complete a total of B.Sc. Home Science course credits covering Common papers, Core papers and Elective papers.

O. Home Sc. 2

The medium of instruction shall be as per the rules of Saurashtra University.

O. Home Sc. 3

A candidate for the degree of Bachelor of Home Science must have passed the examination from any Stream of

(i)     The  Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary School Examination Board;

or 

(ii)   The examination recognized as equivalent thereto,

And will be required to pass  six subsequent examination, namely the First Semester examination, Second Semester examination, third Semester examination, Forth Semester examination, Fifth Semester examination and Six Semester examination for the degree of Bachelor of Home science.

Admission to various semesters will be governed by following conditions:

1.     Admission to Semester  I 

He /She must have passed the examination from any stream of

(i)    The Gujarat  Secondary  and  Higher  Secondary School  Examination  Board ;

or

(ii)  The examination  recognized  as equivalent  thereto

2.     Admission to Semester II

From Semester I to Semester II, if a Student undergoes a regular course of study of the semester IAnd fulfills the required criterion of attendance and secures minimum 12 (out of 30) marks in the CCA component. 

3.     Admission  to  Semester III

From Semester II to Semester III, if a Student undergoes a regular course of study of the semester II And fulfills the required criterion of attendance and secures minimum 12 (out of 30) marks in the CCA component of  Semester II and clears 50% of  the total courses of semester I and II .Or

A student having passed the diploma Foxhole Science Examination of Technical Examination boars of Gujarat State or Any other examination recognized as equivalent there to will be eligible for the admission to the third semester of B.Sc. Home Science of the six semester degree course in Home science.

The student admitted under the above category will be exempted from appearing in examinations of B.Sc. Semester I and Semester II.

The result of Semester III examination shall be declared only after is she / he has passed the Semester I examination.

4.   Admission to Semester IV

  From semester III to semester Iv, if a student undergoes a regular course of study of semester III and fulfills the required criterion of attendance and secures the minimum 12 semester I and II.

5.  Admission to Semester V

From semester IV to semester V, if a student undergoes regular course of study of the semester IV and fulfills the required criterion of attendance and secures and secures the minimum 12 (out of 30) marks in the CCA component of semester IV and clears 50% of the total courses of semester III and IV.

6.  Admission to Semester VI 

From semester V to semester VI, if a student undergoes a regular course of semester V and fulfills the required criterion of attendance and secures the minimum 12 (out of 30) marks in the CCA component of semester V and all clears of semester III and IV. 

O. Home. Sc. 4

A. student shall be deemed to have satisfactorily kept the term for any of the semester if having

a. The minimum attendance as per Saurashtra University rules.,

b. Carried out the prescribed laboratory work, project – etc. & other curricular assignment satisfactorily in

    every concerned subject, & secured minimum passing standards in internal evaluations.

c. shown good conduct & character;  

            Otherwise he she

i. shall have to the semester

ii. Shall not be eligible to enter into the next semester; &

iii. Shall not be permitted to appear in the examination concerned, & in the event of his / her appearance, his

     Name shall be deemed to be cancelled form the list of the students for the examination.

O. Home. Sc. 5

Student must forward their applications their applications for the examination to the Registrar on or before the prescribed date which should be forwarded by the principal semester of college. Attendance and term grant certificate of the concerned semester of each student should be sent to Registrar / controller examination within seven days of completion of teaching work.

O. Home. Sc.  6

To pass each of the B.Sc. semesters I to semester VI examinations, a student must have passed all the subjects in the respective semester. A subject may contain up to three heads of passing i.e. theory, practical & project work (including viva- voce). To pass an examination a student is required to obtain minimum E Grade of the maximum Grades separately in each head of the passing viz. theory, practical & project work (including viva – voce as the case may be.

Regarding the declaration of the result, the University shall declare the result of the third semester, only when the student has cleared the first semester completely. it shall declare the result of the semester, only when the students has cleared the semester II examination completely. this pattern shall the same spirit.

O. Home. Sc.  7

A class will be awarded only after passing the final – semester I.e. semester VI examination.

O. Home. Sc. 8

A student will be declared to have passed the final examination leading to the award a degree in Bachelor of Home Science in first class with distinction or class or second class as the case may be, provided he / she passes the examination in all the concerned subject in each of the semesters.

O. Home. Sc. 9

The evolution scheme for each paper shall contain two components (i) internal evaluation and (ii) external evaluation. 30% weight shall be given to the internal evaluation. The remaining 70% weight shall be for the external evaluation.

The pass marks in each paper shall be 40%. For both term and external as well as internal assessment. A student has to secure a minimum of 40% of marks in the semester and examination and internal examination to pass a paper.

The components of internal evaluation are:

a.       One written test of 10 marks.

b.      Average of the two surprise quiz of MCQ’s of 05 marks ( During the semester)

c.       Assignment 05 Marks   ( During the semester)

d.      A student’s performance in every practical session-05 marks.

e.       Journal-05 marks.

f.       In absence of practical in any subject a seminar shell be conducted for each student-10 marks.

The candidate shall to secure minimum 12 out of 30 marks in each course in every semester. In case, he/ she fail to secure minimum marks in the CCA component, the principal of the college and concerned teacher shall arrange for their re-test.

Only after the candidate the CCA component, he /she shall be allowed to take the Semester End Examination.

The internal marks awarded to the students in each paper in a semester shall be notified on the notice board at least one week before the commencement of the external examination.

The teacher concerned shall have the responsibility to make public the CCA marks immediately on the following day of the examination through the College Notice Board. The teacher concerned shall have the responsibility to make public the CCA marks immediately on the following day of the examination through the Collage Notice Board. The subject faculty members shall maintain the academic record of each student which shall be forwarded to the university with the signature of both subject faculty members and HOD through the collage principal.

O. Home. Sc. 10

For the external evaluation during the 18th-20th week of semester end examination will be conduct for theory as well as practical. The marks weight for this component shall be 50 marks for theory and 20 marks for practical for each subject/paper. In case if there not practical in any subject 70 marks theory examination shell conducted. Semester end examination shall be at University level.

Finally, awarding the grades should be completed latest by 24th week of the semester.

It should be not (and emphasized) that evaluated theory papers, surprise quiz and assignments during component I of assessment  are immediately returned to the students.   

O. Home. Sc. 11

Obtaining Subject Grade Point and credit point

Subject Grade Points shell be decided by summing up External Theory marks + Practical marks ( if applicable) + Internal marks divided by 10. The grade shell be given according to table – 1.

Obtaining Semester Grade

Credit points = Credit of the course x grade secured in the course (SGPA) & (CGPA)

SGPA = Sum of all credit points secured by the student in the semester 

              Sum of credit as signed to the course in the semester

 

CGPA = Sum of all credit points  of entire programme 

              Sum of up to the end of the programme

 

The CGPA shall be expressed to an accuracy of their decimal digits.

The Percentage equivalence shall be obtained by multiplying CGPA with 10.

The grade shell be given according o table – 1

Grade (G)

Lower    limit(A)

Upper limit(B)

For deciding the grade, rang for P (grade point = P/10)

Grade Letter  Corresponds   to  P

 

 Lowest : 4

30

39

30<=P<40

F

5

40

49

40<= P<50

E

6

50

59

50<= P<60

D

7

60

69

60<= P<70

C

8

70

79

70<= P<80

B

9

80

89

80<= P<90

A

Highest:10

90

99

90<= P<100

O

Table: 1

Calculating CGPA. :

The student directly admitted into he third semester, the Cumulative Had point average (CGPA) shall be calculating SGPA of Third, Fourth, Fifth Sixth semester. 

A CLASS will be awarded according to the  Following :

a.        First Class with  Distinction        7.5<=CGPS<=10

b.        First Class                                    6<=CGPS<7.5

c.        Higher Second class                    5.5<=CGPS<6

d.       Second class                                5<=CGPS<5.5

e.        Pass Class                                   4<=CGPS<5

 

CGPS

%Equivalence (if required)

Description gradation (if required)

7.5<=CGPS<=10

CGPSA  x 10

FIRST CLASS WITH DISTINCTION

6<=CGPS<7.5

CGPSA  x10

FIRST CLASS

5.5<=CGPS<6

CGPSA  x10

HIGHE SECOND CLASS

5<=CGPS<5.5

CGPS A x  10

SECOND CLASS

4<=CGPS<5

CGPSA  x10

PASS CLASS

Table: 2

O. Home. Sc. 12

The total workload from semester I to semester VI shell be contribute (divide) only between Teachers appointed in home science faculty.

O. Home. Sc. 13

For calculation of work load , one credit theory shell be equivalent to one hour o actual reaching in class room and one credit practical shell be equivalent to two hours of actual lab work per week.

O. Home. Sc. 14

The student has to secure total essential credits for each semester , mentioned in he syllabus.

O. Home. Sc. 15

The major specialization of subject shall be selected from semester IV. The same major subject group shall be continue by student in succeeding semesters.

 O. Home. Sc. 16

If  any student wishes to obtain graduation with another specialization, He / she shall take fresh admission in forth semester in that particular major subject group.   

RULES

R. Home. Sc. 1.

 For 50 marks theory paper 2 hours duration b kept for external Examination and two and half hour examination for seventy marks theory papers. Three hours duration shell be kept for practical examination.

R. Home. Sc. 2.

The skeleton of the question paper shell be as under.

For 50 marks theory paper,

·         10 marks MCQ type 10 question covering whole syllabus. ( Compulsory question).

·         05 marks four question. (Attempt any four from eight questions) – Total 20 marks.

·         10 marks 2 questions. (Attempt any two  from four questions) – Total 20 marks.

For 70 marks theory paper,

·          15 marks MCQ type 10 question covering whole syllabus. (Compulsory question).

·         05 marks four question. (Attempt any five from ten questions) – Total 25 marks.

·         10 marks 3 questions. (Attempt any three from six questions) – Total 30 marks.

 For 20 marks practical examination students shell be assessed according to the skeletons provided by University.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

R. Home. Sc. 3.Or practical batch shell be of 20 student (minimum)-------------------------

 

 

 

 

 

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