Grading System

1. Once the evaluation process of a given course is completed, students shall be assigned grades based on the marks secured in the examinations and continuous assessment. This shall be done on the basis of a nine-point scale recommended by University Grants Commission (UGC) as specified below:

Qualification

Score on 100 percentage point

Grade

Grade Value

Outstanding

90.1-100

O

10

Excellent

80.1-90

A+

9

Very Good

70.1-80

A

8

Good

60.1-70

B+

7

Above Average

50.1-60

B

6

Average

50-55

C

5

Pass

40-50

P

4

Failed

Below 40%

F

0

Malpractice

 

M

 

Absent

 

S

 


2. In order to pass the course, a student must secure at least a P grade (40%). If a student fails to secure a P grade, she or he shall be required to re-register for the course in the same semester of the following year, along with regular students of the batch immediately following. Re-registered students are required to fulfill all the requirements of the course (e.g. project, presentation, snap-tests and Examinations) except for class attendance.