What to Expect, and Student Responsibilities
This course is designed for students who would like to directly enroll in 2nd Year SAFL by applying for and successfully completing 1st year Waiver exam. Students are expected to be familiar with Devanagari script as well as basic skills in spoken Samskritam. This course will help such students to refresh their samskritam knowledge and prepare them for taking the 1st year waiver exam (equivalent of completing SAMS101 and SAMS102). Classes will take place every Sunday evening. It is the student's responsibility to attend the classes. This program is graded and continuously assessed. The various aspects that will be graded are: attendance, homework, class participation, and 3 tests - one at the start, one at the end of 2 months, and one at the end of the course. Attendance - 75% attendance - 10 marks, Homework - 15 marks , Class Participation - 15 marks, Test 1 - Entry time - 20 marks, Test 2 - Mid course - 20 marks, Test 3 - End of Course - 20 marks. At the end of this course, the student is expected to have strengthened prior knowledge, and gained additional knowledge to be able to successfully take the waiver exam. Please Note: There is no substitute to attending the complete SAFL program. This program is to help those who have prior knowledge, and ready or almost ready for the second year's curriculum. It is the student's responsibility to actually study, apply for SAFL and write the 1st year waiver exams. Any student that scores 60 and above will be considered as having completed the course. (Successfully Completed - 60 >= Completed < 80 / First Class - 80 >= I Class < 90 / Distinction - 90 >= Distinction) .The fee is non-refundable, and $200, payable at the time of registration. It includes study material.
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