Academic & Core Services

Controller of Examination

Controller of Examination

The department of Controller of Examination (CoE) at The University of Lahore (UoL) is dealing with annual and semester system examinations. The role of the CoE department, in view of its team, is not of a policeman but it is a “Security Guard” who ensures that any “Degree or transcript” which goes out of this institute is genuine and is being issued to a person who fulfills the entire legal requirement for this purpose.

Other departments at The University of Lahore offer semester system examination. The controller of examination at UOL deals with the examination of the whole University as well as other campuses of it. The controller of the examination office is supposed to deal with all matters related to examinations, results, verification of documents, making degrees, Transcripts, Interim Transcripts, and Detail Marks Certificate’s (DMC’s).

Mission Statment

‘’Examination Department at UoL will develop a unified, technologically strong, efficient, customer-oriented, flexible, and transparent system. And it should guarantee highly reliable testing and evaluation procedures with zero tolerance towards unfair and inefficient practices.’’

Vision Statment

“Due to the strength of the examinations and evaluation system of The University of Lahore, its degree will be considered as a benchmark for Quality, Reliability & Credibility.”


  • To ascertain a strong, consistent and plausible examination/evaluation system in the institute,
  • To improve the quality of examination and evaluation, and ensuring the credibility of the processes of the examination systems.
  • To ensure that all components of the examinations system in the institute follow the rules and policies of the institute
  • To build, maintain, and improve the policies of the institute to make them flexible enough to adapt to the changing environment on a constant basis.




Computation & review of results should be completed by the Department within three weeks of the final examination. CE will compile and declare the overall semester result in Semester Grade Points Average (GPA) and Cumulative Grade Points Average (CGPA) on the following basis:





A 85-100 % 4.00 Exceptionally Outstanding
A- 80-84 % 3.75 Outstanding
B+ 75-79 % 3.50 Excellent
B 70-74 % 3.00 Very Good/High Marks
C+ 65-69 % 2.50 Good/Pass
C 60-64 % 2.00 Satisfactory/ Acceptable
D+ 55-59 % 1.50 Poor but not Fail
D 50-54 % 1.00 Unsatisfactory but not fail
F Blow 50 % 0.00 Fail
I Incomplete    

GPA = Sum (Points Earned in Course) / Sum of Credit Hours

Points Earned in Course = Numerical Value of Grade Earned x Course Credit Hour

= Total Values in all Semesters of Program/Total Credit Hours of Program

“I”– Incomplete: A temporary course grade ‘I’ is granted by an instructor when necessary absence, or other reasons prevent completion of course requirements by the end of the semester and the instructor believes that the student’s performance in the course generally has been satisfactory. An “I” is not given as a substitute for failing or obtaining low grade. Incomplete grades will automatically convert to an “F” if not removed within one semester from the date of declaration of the result.

“W”– Official Withdrawal

A grade of “W” is given in a course when a student officially withdraws from the course or from the university at least one day prior to the final examination.

“Probation”: If a student earns a CGPA of less than 2.00 in the subsequent semesters than he will be placed on probation till he obtains CGPA of 2.00 and above.

“Good Standing” If a student earns a CGPA of 2.00 or above he shall be placed on “good standing”.



  • Controller of Examination, CoE Office +92 42 111-865-865, Ext: 1350
  • Deputy Controller of Examination, CoE Office +92 42 111-865-865, Ext: 1351