COL728 : Compiler Design : Administrivia

Course Staff

Instructor: Sorav Bansal

Lectures: Mon, Thu. 8-9.30 (Slot A). Bharti 106.

Pre-requisites: Should have done an undergraduate course on Programming Languages


The grading structure will be as follows:

Teaching Assistant: Aseem Saxena

To know your current score in the course, logon to and type col728-score


All exams will be open-book and open-notes. But no mobile phones and laptops.

Regrading Policy

If you are dissatisfied with your grade in any of the lab-evaluations or exams, you can submit it for "regrading". You should give us a written note explaining which question(s) you think were incorrectly evaluated and why you think so, along with your corrected manuscript. If we find merit in your concerns, we will address them. On the other hand, please remember that we may re-examine the rest of your submission too, and you some marks may actually get deducted as a result. So please submit regrading requests only if it is a genuine and a major concern. Your regrading request for an assignment should be received within two weeks of the return of answer scripts or assignment grades.

Audit criteria: equivalent to B or above.

Academic Integrity Code

Academic honesty is required in all your work. Verbal discussion of assignments is fine but looking at someone else's work and then doing your is not. You must do all written and programming assignments on your own, except where group work is explicitly authorised. If you use parts of a solution or code from other sources (such as Internet, other OSes, etc.), you should explicitly mention it in your submission. Letting your work become available or visible to others is also cheating. The first instance of cheating will straight-away invite an 'F' grade in the course and a referral to the disciplinary committee.