BPUT grading system for B.Tech B.Pharm B.Arch programme

(Last Updated On: 13/03/2018)

BPUT grading system for B.Tech B.Pharm B.Arch MCA programme 2015-16

Duration of the programme: The minimum duration of B.Tech programme is Four years (Eight Semesters) while maximum duration is seven years. The minimum duration of B.Pharm programme is Four years (Eight Semesters) while maximum duration is seven years. The minimum duration of B.Arch programme is Five years (Ten Semesters) while maximum duration is eight years. The minimum duration of MCA programme is of 3 years (Six Semesters) duration while maximum duration is five years.

BPUT ATTENDANCE

A student should have minimum 75% attendance in all the subjects. A student who has been absent due to valid reasons like due to participation in cultural, sports, other academic / official assignments or on health ground, shall be permitted an additional concession upto 10% in attendance. A student shall not be allowed to appear at University examination/ Special Examination having attendance less than 65% in any of the registered subjects.

Rules for examinations

Students shall clear their backlog subjects in the subsequent year or in the same year if a subject is offered in both semesters.

Special Exams: BPUT special exam rules are explained here. BPUT shall conduct Special examinations after the end of final semester examination for 3rd to final semester subjects. Students who have gone through the final semester examinations are eligible to appear at the Special Examinations. Students who have appeared in the semester examinations (3rd to final semester) and secured ‘F’ grade in the subjects can appear in the special exam. Students, after completing of final semester examination, can register in any number of subjects (failed) for the Special Examinations. The Special Examination will be held after 30th June every year.  Re-Totalling / Re-Checking for any subject of the Special Examination is not allowed.

Students who have got ‘M’ or ‘S’ Grade in any subject(s) will not be allowed to appear in Special Examinations. However, such students can appear at the Regular Semester Examinations to

clear such subjects and if they fail they can appear at the next Special Examinations.

Result and Promotions

In order to pass a programme/course, a candidate must secure at least Pass Grade in each of the Theory, Practical, Project, Seminar, Sessional and Viva Voce items and maintain a minimum level of overall performance as specified in the Clause 7.3.

The promotional status between two consecutive semesters and/or two consecutive levels/years shall be indicated on the Semester Results as detail below :

A. Passed and Promoted (denoted by P) indicating that

  • The candidate has passed all the registered course item of both odd and the even semester of the academic year.
  • The candidate has no backlog from lower levels.
  • The candidate has secured CGPA of 6.0 or more.

B. Eligible for Promotion with backlogs (denoted by XP) indicating that

The candidate is eligible for promotion with the backlog (XP) in the following situation :

promotion from the first year to 2nd year :

A student at the completion of the first year (inclusive of both semesters) having a minimum of CGPA of 4.50 is eligible for promotion to the Second year, irrespective of any number of failed subjects except candidates falls under Clause – D.

A student (at the end of the first year) with a CGPA of less than 4.50 may quit the BPUT; or pursue studies after registering as a fresh student in the First year. If such a student unable to get  CGPA of at least 4.50 at the completion of the new First Year, he/she will have to quit the BPUT.

promotion from the second year to 3rd year :

All students of the second year (after 4th semester) are eligible for promotion to 3rd year.

promotion from third to 4th year :

All students of third year (after 6th semester) are eligible for promotion to 4th year

promotion from fourth year to 5th year (Only for B.Arch Programme) :

All students of fourth year (after 8th semester) are eligible for promotion to 5th year

C. The candidate is eligible for promotion to next higher level (year / semester) if

(i) The candidate has registered for all the subjects for any semester AND

(ii) The candidate has appeared in the semester examination in at least 3 (three) theory

subjects of the regular semester AND

(iii) The candidate has attended at least 2 (two) lab / practical / sessional classes.

D. Not Eligible for Promotion (denoted by X) indicating that

The student is NOT eligible for promotion to the next higher level as he / she has not fulfilled the stipulated requirements under Clause ‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘C’ for promotion.

E. Registration for students under Clause – C

The students, who are NOT eligible for promotion are to register and appear at the back paper subjects except 1st year.

BPUT Grading System

BPUT grade marks and grading system is given below:

Find here BPUT CALCULATION OF SGPA AND CGPA

bput-internal-external-evaluation-pass-marks

Award of Degree :

BPUT do not award class/division to a student either at Semester or degree level.

A candidate will be awarded B.Tech/ B.Arch/ B. Pharm degree if the candidate fulfills the  following conditions:

(a) The candidate has passed in all subjects and obtained the requisite number of credit points prescribed.

(b) The candidate has secured a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 6.0.

(c) The candidate has obtained at least satisfactory grade (C) in NCC / NSS /Games / Sports / Music / Drama / Debate / Quiz / Yoga.

BPUT Skipping of Subjects

BPUT paper skip rule is explained here: A student has to secure a certain number of minimum credit points in the various categories of subjects. If a student has accumulated more credits beyond the minimum in a category than he/she shall be allowed to skip a subject/paper (in which he/she has failed or not appeared). The student will have to make a formal application (BPUT skip form) through the college to the University after completion of the final semester. The skipped subject shall not appear in the Grade Sheet issued by the University.

Subject Categories and Range of Credits to be obtained for B.Tech B.Pharm B.Arch course

For B.Tech passing grade in Theory is D, i.e. passing marks are 37% points. For practical/ sessional/ seminar/ project /viva passing grade is C, i.e. passing marks are 50% points.

For B.Pharm passing grade in Theory is D, i.e. passing marks are 37% points. For practical/ sessional/ seminar/ project /viva passing grade is C, i.e. passing marks are 50% points.

For B.Arch passing grade in Theory is D, i.e. passing marks are 37% points. For practical/ sessional/ seminar/ project /viva passing grade is C, i.e. passing marks are 50% points.

BPUT-internal-external-evaluation-pass-marks for the students admitted 2015- 2016

Award of Gold Medals

(a) The BPTU best graduate/university gold medal will be awarded to a student who has scored the highest Cumulative Grade Point Average passing out in the academic year of BPUT.

(b) if there is more than one student having highest equal CGPA, they will be declared the joint winner of university gold medal.

(c) A student securing less than 8.50 CGPA will not be considered for award of Gold Medal.

(d) Student appearing for Special Examination shall not be considered for award of Gold Medal.

(e) The branches having same syllabi (i.e ETC and EC, AE&I and I&E) shall be considered jointly

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