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The grading system f

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The grading system f

  1. 1. THE GRADING SYSTEM OF POKHARA UNIVERSITY OFFICE OF THE CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS KASKI, NEPAL Deepanjal Shrestha, Lecturer & ICT Division HeadBy
  2. 2. Introduction  Pokhara University follows three types of grading system :  Relative Grading System  Absolute Grading System  Percentile System (Only for Nursing Program)
  3. 3. Grading SystemBasics of PU  The grades awarded to a student in a course are based on his/her consolidated performance in  Internal Exam  External Exam.  Awarding final grade:  Undergraduate level: 0.50 IEM + 0.50 EEM  Graduate level: 0.60 IEM + 0.40 EEM
  4. 4. The Two Important Terminologies  SGPA= Semester Grade Point Average  SGPA = total honor points earned in a semester/ total no. of credits registered in a semester  CGPA= Cumulative Grade Point Average  CGPA = total honor points earned/ total no. of credits Completed
  5. 5. Calculating SGPA
  6. 6. An Example HonorPoints CREDIT Earned Honours SGPA 3.7 3 11.10   3.0 4 12.00   4.0 3 12.00   3.7 2 7.40   4.0 3 12.00   3.0 3 9.00     Total 18 63.50 3.53
  7. 7. Working Example HPoint CREDIT Earned Honours SGPA 3.7 3   4.0 3   4.0 3   4.0 3   4.0 1   3.0 2       Total
  8. 8. The Answer HPoint CREDIT Total H Points SGPA 3.7 3 11.10  4.0 3 12.00  4.0 3 12.00  4.0 3 12.00  4.0 1 4.00  3.0 2 6.00              Total 15 57.10 3.81
  9. 9. The Grading System
  10. 10. Absolute Grading System Letter Grade Honor point Normal criteria A 4.0 90 and above Excellent A- 3.7 85 and above, but below 90 B+ 3.3 80 and above, but below 85 B 3.0 75 and above, but below 80 Good B- 2.7 70 and above, but below 75 C+ 2.3 65 and above, but below 70 C 2.0 60 and above, but below 65 Fair C- 1.7 55 and above, but below 60 D+ 1.3 50 and above, but below 55 D 1.0 45 and above, but below 50 Worksatisfying minimum requirement forcredit F 0.0 Below 45 Fail U N D E R G R A D U A T E S
  11. 11. Absolute Grading System Letter Grade Honor point Normal criteria A 4.0 90 and above Excellent A- 3.7 85 and above, but below 90 B+ 3.3 80 and above, but below 85 Good B 3.0 75 and above, but below 80 B- 2.7 70 and above, but below 75 C+ 2.3 65 and above, but below 70 C 2.0 60 and above, but below 65 Worksatisfying min. requirement forcredit F 0.0 Below 60 Fail G R A D U A T E S
  12. 12. Example
  13. 13. Relative Grading System  Relative Grading is done using the formulae as mentioned  Standard Deviation  Mean  Apply Factor(Fixed Values)  Grade = Factorx SD+Mean
  14. 14. An Example         Factor SD Factorx SD+Mean Grade             45 D Mean 70     -2.3 8.86 49.6266 D+   70     -1.7 8.86 55.3843 C-   70     -1.1 8.86 59.99046 C   70     -0.7 8.86 63.97656 C+   70     -0.3 8.86 67.25402 B-   70     0.1 8.86 70.8858 B   70     0.47 8.86 74.16326 B+   70     0.84 8.86 77.44072 A-   70     1.41 8.86 82.48978 A
  15. 15. Special Considerations
  16. 16. Deviation  Deviation is applied if the difference between internal and external marks is  More then 25 in undergraduate level  More than 30 in graduate level  Deviation is calculated for each individual college and each individual subject.
  17. 17. Working Example Deviation Theory reduced to 50%
  18. 18. Explanation of Final Calculation Mr. Dipendra Raj Pathak: Subject IED Internal theory: 29 Internal Practical 20 External Theory 60/2 = 30 So without deviation marks = 29+20+30 = 79 Internal theory: 29 = 29/2 = 14.5 Internal Practical 20 External Theory 60 *.65 = 39 (50% + 15 %) added after deviation So with deviation marks = 14.5+20+39 = 73.5
  19. 19. Calculation of Values Standard Deviation Mean
  20. 20. Final Grade So score of Dipendra Raj Pathak with deviation = 73.5
  21. 21. Final Grade And score of Dipendra Raj Pathak without deviation = 77
  22. 22. Any Queries?
  23. 23. ThankYou!

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