Syllabus Pattern Replication

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Syllabus Pattern Replication

Syllabus pattern replication is required in case where new syllabus pattern is introduced by Governing body, where there is very minor change in comparison to old syllabus pattern, In such cases user need not to add complete new syllabus pattern, they can form new syllabus pattern and replicate syllabus details of old syllabus pattern in newly formed syllabus pattern.

For example new syllabus pattern 2016 is introduced in year 2016 for batch 2016-2020. Again in 2017 new syllabus is introduced with change of only one subject/course. In such case user can replicate all subjects/courses added in 2016 pattern to 2017 pattern. And update 2017 pattern with newly introduced subject/course.


Head Admin

Exam Admin


Head Admin >> Organization >> Department Configuration >> Program Configuration

Exam Admin >> Organization >> University Configuration >> Syllabus & Subjects

Inputs Needed

Syllabus pattern from which syllabus to replicate


Can be used for replication of old syllabus pattern details to new syllabus pattern.

Terminologies Used

  • Syllabus Pattern: Syllabus pattern is a group of course/subjects & topics to be covered to complete the program. Syllabus pattern can be decided either by governing body or by institute in case of autonomy. There can be common syllabus pattern for multiple batches or there can be different syllabus pattern for different batches.

Step by Step

1) Go through below flow. (Replication while creating new batch from Head Admin)

Example: Suppose for B.Arch program, new syllabus pattern 2020 is introduced from batch of 2020-2015. If in new syllabus pattern only change is of one subject. In such scenario user can form new syllabus pattern 2020 and fetch all data from old syllabus pattern. And then can update 2020 syllabus with newly added subject.

a) Create new batch.

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b) Click on Add syllabus pattern.

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c) Select syllabus pattern from which syllabus is to fetch for newly formed syllabus pattern. Here we are fetching data from 2015 syllabus pattern to replicate in 2020 pattern.

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d) Select newly formed syllabus pattern to create new batch.

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