Assessment System

Marks allocated to pre-semester and semester final examinations:

Pre-semester Final Semester Final Total
Attendance 5 50 50 100
Midterm 20
In-course 10
Assignment 15

Grading System
For each course, the marks awarded for semester final exams, midterm exams, term papers/home test will be summed up and converted into grades under a 4-point grading scale. Letter grades will be used to assess the performance of a student. Grades A+, A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+, C and D will represent pass and grade F will denote fail. The numerically equivalent grades for calculating CGPA are as follows:

Marks range Letter Grades Explanation Grade Points
80% or above A+ Excellent 4.00
75% to < 80% A 3.75
70% to < 75% A- 3.50
65% to < 70% B+ Very Good 3.25
60% to < 65% B 3.00
55% to < 60% B- 2.75
50% to < 55% C+ Good 2.50
45% to < 50% C 2.25
40% to < 45% D Pass 2.00
Less than 40% F Fail 0.00
………. I ………. Incomplete
………. W ………. Withdrawn

Requirements for Degree
To obtain both Bachelor and Masters Degrees, a student should require a minimum CGPA-2 considering all the grade points earned in the total number of courses, including the grade of improvement, if any. A carry-over system will be in place, meaning that if a student fails to achieve the required CGPA for promotion, they will be allowed to continue in the next semester, but they will clear their deficit by seating for a separate examination within 45 days of the publication of the result with the permission of the academic committee of the department. A student failing to clear up the annual university or department dues of the year of study will not be promoted to the next semester.

A student earning ‘F’ grade in any course will be allowed to improve the grade twice/two times only with the immediate following batches and they will be allowed to improve the grades in course final examinations, including mid-semester exams, once only with the immediate next batch. A student carrying grade ‘F’ in any course will not be awarded a degree unless they improve it by appearing at the semester final exams with the next batch.