Each theory type of subject will be evaluated for a maximum of 100 marks per unit through progressive assessment through cycle test/attendance/Assignment(50% marks) and an end-semester examination of two hours duration(50% marks). For MBA & EMBA, the progressive assessment 40% and end-semester examination 60%.
Each sessional type of subject will be evaluated for a maximum of 100 marks per unit through progressive assessment (60% marks) based on day to day performance and end semester examination (40% marks) viva-voce/written test.
A student will be declared failed in a subject with Grades F or D in Graduation level, Grades C or D or F in Post Graduation level, if he/she does not appear due to any reason.
Provision of retest in progressive assessment and end semester examination is not available. However for students getting D / F grades in Graduation level and C or D or F grade in Post Graduation level, provision for appearing in Summer Semester examination exists.
Summer semester examination shall be held in the similar manner, as stated above. However, the marks for attendance will be credited as obtained by the student in the subject in previous / regular semester.
Based on the examination performance, the student in each subject shall be relatively graded as under:
To earn an academic credit in a subject, a student at the graduate level must get a grade of C or above while a student at the post graduate level must get a grade of B or above.
The GPA and CGPA are calculated as follows
GPA = Total number of grade points secured in a semester examination / Total number of units registered in the semester examination
CGPA = Total grade points earned / Total units taken
For BE degrees a student must earn 66 units, for BCA (Hons.) 56 units, for BCA 42 units and for BBA 42 units.