JNTUH How to Calculate CGPA – JNTU Hyderabad Computation of Grade Point Average(JNTU CGPA / JNTUH CGPA…)
For merit ranking or comparison purposes or any other listing, only the ‘rounded off’ values of the CGPAs will be used.
For calculations listed in regulations JNTU SGPA to CGPA, performance in failed subjects/ courses (securing an F grade) will also be taken into account, and the credits of such subjects/ courses will also be included in the multiplications and summations. After passing the failed subject(s) newly secured letter grades will be taken into account for the calculation of JNTU SGPA and CGPA. However, mandatory courses will not be taken into consideration.
Declaration of results
Computation of JNTU SGPA and JNUH CGPA is done using the procedure listed in JNTU SGPA to JNTU CGPA.
For the final percentage of marks equivalent to the computed final CGPA, the following formula may be used.
% of Marks = (final CGPA – 0.5) x 10
Marks will be awarded to indicate the performance of students in each theory subject, laboratory/practicals, seminar, UG mini-project, and UG major project. Based on the percentage of marks obtained (Continuous Internal Evaluation plus Semester End Examination, both taken together) as specified in item 8 above, a corresponding letter grade shall be given. – JNTU CGPA
As a measure of the performance of students, a 10-point absolute grading system using the following letter grades (as per UGC/AICTE guidelines) and corresponding percentage of marks shall be followed:
A student obtaining an ‘F’ grade in any subject shall be deemed to have ‘failed’ and is required to reappear as a ‘supplementary student’ in the semester-end examination, as and when offered. In such cases, internal marks in those subjects will remain the same as those obtained earlier.
For a student who has not appeared for the examination in any subject, an ‘Ab’ grade will be allocated in that subject, and the student shall be considered ‘failed’. The student will be required to reappear as a ‘supplementary student’ in the semester-end examination, as and when offered.
A letter grade does not indicate any specific percentage of marks secured by the student, but it indicates only the range of percentage of marks. JNTUH
A student earns a grade point (GP) in each subject/ course, on the basis of the letter grade secured in that subject/ course. The corresponding ‘credit points’ (CP) are computed by multiplying the grade point with credits for that particular subject/ course.
Credit points (CP) = grade point (GP) x credits …. For a course
The student passes the subject/ course only when GP * 5 (‘C’ grade or above)
The semester grade point average (SGPA) is calculated by dividing the sum of credit points (ΣCP) secured from all subjects/ courses registered in a semester, by the total number of credits registered during that semester. SGPA is rounded off to two decimal places. SGPA is thus computed as
where ‘i’ is the subject indicator index (takes into account all subjects in a semester), ‘N’ is the no. of subjects ‘registered’ for the semester (as specifically required and listed under the course structure of the parent department), C is the no. of credits allotted to I the subject, and G represents the grade points (GP) corresponding to the letter grade awarded for that ith subject.
The cumulative grade point average (CGPA) is a measure of the overall cumulative performance of a student in all semesters considered for registration. The CGPA is the ratio of the total credit points secured by a student in all registered courses in all semesters, and the total number of credits registered in all the semesters. CGPA is rounded off to two decimal places. CGPA is thus computed from the I year II semester onwards at the end of each semester as per the formula – JNTU CGPA
where ‘M’ is the total no. of subjects (as specifically required and listed under the course structure of the parent department) the student has ‘registered’ i.e., from the 1st semester onwards up to and inclusive of the 8 th semester, ‘j’ is the subject indicator index (takes into account all subjects from 1 to 8 semesters), C is the no. of credits allotted to the jth subject, and G represents the grade points (GP) corresponding to the letter grade awarded for that jth subject. After registration and completion of the first-year first semester, the SGPA of that semester itself may be taken as the CGPA, as there are no cumulative effects. This Formula is Taken from JNTUH offical webite – JNTU SGPA
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