Gujarat State Agricultural University (SAU) grading passing marks CGPA for the PG Programmes is explained here.
|State Agricultural University (SAU) grading passing marks CGPA for the PG Programmes, Academic Regulations,‘Common Rules for the Post Graduate Programmes’ (Doctorate, Master Degree and P.G. Diploma Programmes) in the State Agricultural Universities (SAUs) as announced by Council of State Agricultural Universities of Gujarat.|
The Postgraduate Programmes: Doctorate, Master Degree and P.G. Diploma Programmes in the State Agricultural Universities (SAUs)
Students are required to have 75% attendance in lectures /practical/ seminar. If a student fails to attend 75% of the total number of lectures/ practical /seminar held during a semester, he/she shall not be allowed to appear at the semester-end examination when offered.
shortfall in attendance up to 5% in any given course, may be condoned by the concerned Dean/ Principal of the College on valid grounds.
An additional 5% grace (relaxation) in attendance may be permitted by the Vice Chancellor.
A student is required to secure the CGPA of not less than 6.50. If the CGPA of a student is < 6.50 at the end of a semester, he/she shall be placed on Academic Probation.
If the CGPA of student at the end of a semester in which he/she was on academic probation is 6.50 or higher, he/she shall be removed from academic probation and shall be permitted to continue as a regular enrolled student.
Otherwise, the student will continue to be on academic probation till he/she secures the OGPA of 6.50 or above by taking additional courses even after the successful completion of the prescribed courses.
A student getting less than 6.0 grade point (60 percent marks) for the course of Master & Doctorate degree programmes shall be considered as fail.
The different types of examination and weightage for each shall be as under:
|GPA CGPA OGPA
Grade Point Average (GPA) is the sum of the products of credits of courses and grade points obtained in those courses divided by the total number of credits for the different courses offered in the semester.
The Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) obtained by the student upto the end of a particular semester shall be calculated by dividing the sum of the products of the grade point average and the credits in respective semester by the total credits completed upto the end of that semester.
|Award of Class
The award of a class shall be based on OGPA (Overall Grade Point Average) earned by him/her:
|For exact interpretation, clarification and current rules and regulations in force contact
Anand Agricultural University, ANAND (Gujarat)