Grading CGPA

UG Programme

SGPA, CGPA and Grading
The individual semester/trimester marks card will have the marks, grade, total credits awarded and grade point average details.

  • Grade Point: It is a numerical weight allotted to each letter grade on a 10-point scale
  • Credit Point: It is the product of grade point and number of credits for a course.
  • Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA): It is a measure of performance / work done in a semester. It is ratio of total credit points secured by a student in various courses registered in a semester and the total course credits taken during that semester. It is depicted in semester marks card.
  • * SGPA (Semester Grade Point Average)
    SGPA = ∑(Grade Point x Credit) / Total No. of Credits

    CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average)
    CGPA = ∑(Si x Ti) / ∑Ti where Si denote the SGPA for the ith semester and Ti denote the Total Credits of the ith semester, (value of i ranges from 1 to 6).

    Ten Point Grading Table

    Percentage

    Letter Grade

    Grade Point

    80 – 100

    O (Outstanding)

    10

    70 – 79

    A+ (Excellent)

    9

    60 – 69

    A (Very Good)

    8

    55 – 59

    B+ (Good)

    7

    50 – 54

    B (Above Average)

    6

    45 – 49

    C (Average)

    5

    40 – 44

    P (Pass)

    4

    Less than 40

    F (Fail)

    0

    Absent

    Ab

    0

    The individual semester/trimester marks card will have the marks, grade, total credits awarded and grade point average details.

    Grade Point Interpretation Table UG

    Percentage Grade Grade Point Interpretation
    80 – 100 O 9.00 Outstanding
    70 – 79 A+ 8.00 Excellent
    60 – 69 A 7.00 Very Good
    55 – 59 B+ 6.00 Good
    50 – 54 B 5.50 Above Average
    45 – 49 C+ 5.00 Average
    40 – 44 C 4.00 Satisfactory
    Less than 40 F 0.00 Reappear

    Result Interpretation Table

    Percentage Grade
    80 & Above Distinction
    ≥ 60 and < 80 First Class
    ≥ 50 and < 60 Second Class
    ≥ 40 and < 50 Pass Class
    Less than 40 Reappear

    PG Programme

    SGPA, CGPA and Grading
    The individual semester/trimester marks card will have the marks, grade, total credits awarded and grade point average details.

  • Grade Point: It is a numerical weight allotted to each letter grade on a 10-point scale
  • Credit Point: It is the product of grade point and number of credits for a course.
  • Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA): It is a measure of performance / work done in a semester. It is ratio of total credit points secured by a student in various courses registered in a semester and the total course credits during that semester. It is depicted in the semester/trimester marks card.
  • * SGPA (Semester Grade Point Average)
    SGPA = ∑(Grade Point x Credit) / Total No. of Credits

    * CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average)
    CGPA = ∑(Si x Ti) / ∑Ti where Si denote the SGPA for the ith semester/trimester and Ti denote the Total Credits of the ith semester/trimester, (value of i ranges from 1 to 6 for MBA/MCA and from 1 to 4 for other PG Programmes).

    Ten Point Grading Table

    Percentage

    Letter Grade

    Grade Point

     80 – 100

    O (Outstanding)

    10

    70 – 79

    A+ (Excellent)

    9

    60 – 69

    A (Good)

    8

    55 – 59

    B+ (Average)

    7

    50 – 54

    B (Pass)

    6

    Less than 50

    F (Fail)

    0

    Absent

    Ab

    0

    Grade Point Interpretation Table PG

    Percentage Grade Grade Point Interpretation
    80 – 100 O 9.0 Outstanding
    70 – 79 A+ 8.0 Excellent
    60 – 69 A 7.0 Good
    55 – 59 B+ 6.0 Average
    50 – 54 B 5.0 Satisfactory
    Below 50 F 0.0 Reappear

    Result Interpretation Table

    Percentage Grade
    70 & Above Distinction
    ≥ 60 and < 70 First Class
    ≥ 50 and < 60 Second Class
    Below 50 Reappear
    BBA VI Semester Project Viva Voce for the 2016-19 Batch and the previous batch students will be held on 19-Mar-2019. Supplementary students for the Project shall contact the HOD before 1-Dec-2018 for the project review schedule.| Results: Second Semester results of One Year Post Graduate Diploma (2017-18 Batch) is published online | Admission 2018: Law Programmes Admissions to all Law Programmes for the academic year 2018 is closed.

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