Assessment and Grading
|Semester Final Examination (Duration of 3 hours)
Mid-Semester Examination (duration of 75 minutes)
|90% and above||5.0|
|85% to less than 90%||4.5|
|80% to less than 85%||4.0|
|75% to less than 80%||3.5|
|70% to less than 75%||3.0|
|65% to less than 70%||2.5|
|60% to less than 65%||2.0|
|55% to less than 60%||1.5|
|50% to less than 55%||1.0|
|45% to less than 50%||0.5|
|Less than 45%||0.0|
|Mark Range (%)||Letter Grade||Explanation||Grade Points|
|80 and above||A+||
|75 to less than 80||A||3.75|
|70 to less than 75||A-||3.50|
|65 to less than 70||B+||
|60 to less than 65||B||3.00|
|55 to less than 60||B-||2.75|
|50 to less than 55||C+||Good||2.50|
|45 to less than 50||C||2.25|
|40 to less than 45||D||Passing||2.00|
* ‘F’ grade is indicative of an unacceptable ‘failing’ performance overall by a student, i.e., fail to earn any credit.
** ‘I’ grade is indicative of a situation where a student, for non-academic reasons beyond his control, is unable to complete the full requirements of the course for not being able to sit for the Semester Final Examination. With the submission of valid and authenticated evidence of such reason(s), and the recommendation of the course teacher, that particular student shall be allowed to complete the Semester Final Examination with the next batch. Meanwhile, the student concerned will be promoted to the next semester. If an ‘Incomplete’ grade is not cleared with the next batch, the ‘I’ grade shall automatically be changed to an ‘F’ grade. A maximum of two ‘I’ grades shall be allowed to a student in one Semester.
*** ‘W’ grade shall be awarded when a student is permitted to withdraw/drop a course/semester without penalty. Withdrawals without penalty are not permitted after the mid-semester examination. However, a student may take re-admission in the semester concerned with the next batch by paying the fees for the whole year.
|SGPA= Semester Grade Point Average
CH= Credit Hours
EGP= Earned Grade Point
TCAS= Total number of Credits assigned to a Semester
N.B.: Any course in which a student has obtained either ‘F’, ‘I’ or ‘W’ grade will not be counted as his/her earned credits. ‘F’ grade will not be counted for SGPA calculation, but will stay permanently on the Grade Sheet and Transcript.
|SGPA= Semester Grade Point Average
TCAP= Total number of Credits assigned to the Semesters
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