0.6263:-A learner who has passed the Bachelor of Engineering degree examination of the university and wish to improve CGPI at any point of time be permitted to appear again for the existing examination with the available courses at that point of time. The learner may appear Semester VII and VIII together or separately but all courses of semester VII together and all courses of semester VIII together without being required to keep any term again. Marks obtained by the candidate in term-work, internal assessment, practical and/or oral examination, seminar and project of semester VII and semester VIII whichever applicable shall be carried forward.
0.6258: The grade for theory courses can be awarded only after successfully completion of both Internal Assessment and End Semester Examination of the respective course as per scheme of instructions and examinations of the respective programme.
0.6259: A learner who remains absent in any form of evaluation/examination, letter grade allocated to him/her should be AB and corresponding grade point is zero. S/he should reappear for the said evaluation/examination in due course.
0.6260: The performance of a learner in a semester is indicated by a number called Semester Grade Performance Index (SGPI). The SGPI is the weighted average of the grade points obtained in all the courses by the learner during the semester. For example, if a learner passes five courses (Theory/labs./Projects/ Seminar etc.) in a semester with credits C1, C2, C3, C4 and C5 and learners grade points in these courses are G1, G2, G3, G4 and G5 respectively, then learners SGPI is equal to:
The SGPI is calculated to two decimal places. The SGPI for any semester will take into consideration the “F or AB” grade awarded in that semester. For example if a learner has failed in course 4, the SGPI will then be computed as:
0.6261: A learner’s up to date assessment of the overall performance from the time s/he entered for the programme is obtained by calculating a number called the Cumulative Grade Performance Index (CGPI), in a manner similar to the calculation of SGPI. The CGPI therefore considers all the courses mentioned in the scheme of instructions and examinations, towards the minimum requirement of the degree learner have enrolled for. The CGPI is calculated at the end of every semester up to two decimal places and is indicated in semester grade report cards.
The CGPI will reflect the failed status in case of F grade(s), till the course(s) is/are passed. When the course(s) is/are passed by obtaining a pass grade on subsequent examination(s) the CGPI will only reflect the new grade and not the fail grades earned earlier.
Example: Up to semester “r” a learner has registered for n courses, among which s/he has “F” grade in ith course. The semester grade report at the end of semester r therefore will contain a CGPI calculated as:
Even if a learner has failed in a course more than once, the course will figure only once in the numerator as well as the denominator. At the end of semester r+1 s/he has appeared for examination for k number of courses including the ith backlog course and has cleared all the courses including the backlog course, the CGPI at the end of this semester is calculated as,
There will also be a final CGPI calculated which considers all the credits earned by the learner specified for a particular programme.
0.6262: A Learner who has passed the Bachelor of Engineering degree examination of the university and who wish to improve their CGPI be permitted to appear again for the same examination with the same courses. The learner may appear Semester VII and VIII together or separately but all courses of semester VII together and all courses of semester VIII together without being required to keep any term again. This provision shall be applicable subsequent to the first passing of the degree examination for not more than three consecutive examinations conducted by the University. Marks obtained by the candidate in term-work, internal assessment, practical and/or oral examination, seminar and project of semester VII and semester VIII shall be carried forward for not more than three consecutive examinations.