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DATE : 01-11-2020

M.TECH. - 1ST SEM (2019 BATCH) REGULAR EXAM REVALUATION RESULTS - FEB-2020 

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                                              HYBRID GRADING SYSTEM

In a hybrid grading system, we use a combination of both absolute and relative grading systems.

  • The two highest grades and the lowest grade are earned and the grades in between are awarded.
  • To earn A grade, student has to secure >= 85 and < 90 aggregate marks.
  • To earn A+ grade, student has to secure > = 90 aggregate marks.

Once highest and lowest grades are identified, the remaining grades are then awarded by plotting the histogram of number of students (Y axis) and marks (X axis) and identifying the cluster of students. These clusters of students are identified based on gaps and dips in the histogram.

The list of letter grades and its connotation are shown in table 1.

Table 1 Letter grades and its connotation

Grade

Qualitative Meaning

Grade Point attached

A+

Outstanding

10

A

Excellent

9

B+

Very Good

8

B

Good

7

C+

Average

6

C

Satisfactory

5

D

Pass

4

F

Fail

0

  • A student getting < 50% marks will be treated as failed and earn ‘F’ grade.
  • The grade points awarded shall be whole numbers as per the grade notified..

Semester Grade Point Average ( SGPA) calculation :

A SGPA will be computed for each semester. The SGPA will be calculated as follows:

where    Ci = Credit for the course
         GPi  = Grade Point obtained for the course and
             n = Number of subjects registered for the semester.