1. Grade in a Subject
To assess the performance of a student, grading system as given in table below is followed.
=90% & = 100%
=80% & < 90%
=70% & < 80%
=60% & < 70%
=50% & < 60%
=45% & < 50%
=40% & < 45%
2. A student has to obtain a minimum of 40% marks in Internal Assessment and External Assessment separately to pass in a subject and to earn credits for that subject.
3. For Grading in a subject, marks obtained in Internal Assessment and External Assessment are added together (provided the student has obtained a minimum of 40% marks in Internal Assessment as well as External Assessment separately) and Combined Grade is awarded in the subject as per grading system given at paragraph 1 above. In case a student fails to secure a minimum of 40% marks in Internal Assessment or External Assessment or in both Internal Assessment and External Assessment, the Combined Grade awarded is Grade F.
4. If a student gets less than 40% marks in Internal Assessment or External Assessment or both, he / she has to secure minimum 40% marks in Internal Assessment or External Assessment or both as the case may be, by reappearing, to obtain valid grade in that subject.
5. Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA)
SGPA for a semester is calculated as under, after the student has passed in all the subjects of a semester.
6. Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA)
CGPA is calculated as under, after the student has passed in all the subjects of all the semesters of the courses, as per prescribed scheme of studies.
Where N = Total Number of Semesters in the course.
7. Conversion of Grade Point Average Into Percentage Marks
For conversion of Grade point Value for a subject, SGPA for a semester or CGPA for all the semesters into percentage marks, these are to be multiplied by 9.5.