Jagannath University CBCS grading passing marks CGPA

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Jagannath University  CBCS grading passing marks CGPA for the Degree/ Diploma/ Certificate Courses. Regulations for CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM (CBCS)  for the Degree/ Diploma/ Certificate Courses Programmes applicable from batch 2015 – 2016
Programmes offered

Various Degree/ Diploma/ Certificate Courses 

Evaluation for Various Degree/ Diploma/ Certificate Courses (EXCEPT B.ARCH.)

The evaluation for Semester Based Programme shall be based on Internal Evaluation and End-Term Examinations

End Term Semester Examination: 70 (Seventy) marks in theory Papers

Internal Evaluation i.e. Mid Term Test: 30 (Thirty) marks in accordance with the following rules:

Mid-Term Test 50 Marks 
Normalised MidTerm Marks (A) To be normalized to15 marks 
Assignments (B) 5 Marks 
Semester Attendance (C)  10 Marks 
Total (A+B+C) 30 Marks 

Attendance Marks

a. Attendance above 95% : 10 Marks 

b. Attendance between 91% to 95% : 9 Marks 

c. Attendance between 86% to 90% : 8 Marks 

d. Attendance between 81% to 85% : 7 Marks 

e. Attendance between 75% to 80% : 6 Marks 

f. Attendance between 65% to 74% : 5 Marks

EXAMINATION SCHEME FOR B. ARCH. 

A. THEORY PAPERS 

1) INTERNAL EVALUATION = Weightage is 30 % of Total Marks 

2) END TERM EVALUATION = Weightage is 70 % of Total Marks 

For a subject of 100 marks, the distribution of Marks for Internal Evaluation is: 

Mid-Term Test 50 Marks 
Normalised MidTerm Marks (A) To be normalized to15 marks 
Assignments (B) 5 Marks 
Semester Attendance (C)  10 Marks 
Total (A+B+C) 30 Marks 

B. SESSIONAL PAPERS: 

1) INTERNAL EVALUATION = Weightage is 60% of Total Marks 

Minimum pass percentage shall be 45% for Sessional Papers

2) The breakup of this Weight age is 60% of Total Marks for a paper of 100 marks is as follows:

Mid-Term Test 100 Marks 
Normalised MidTerm Marks (A) To be normalized to10 marks 
Assignments (B) 40 Marks 
Semester Attendance (C)  10 Marks 
Total (A+B+C) 60 Marks 
Jagan Nath University Passing Criteria

 a student should secure minimum pass marks in the total of Internal Evaluation and End Term Examination

Jagan Nath University Passing Criteria BArch

The following shall be the criterion for passing for B.Arch. students:  

To pass in each Theory, Practical, and/or Sessional

minimum 45% marks in Internal Evaluation, End-Term examinations separately and 

50% marks in aggregate. 

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Jagan Nath University Grading System Choice Based Credit System  CBCS Marks Distribution Degree/ Diploma/ Certificate Courses 

Grade %Marks Grade Point Description
O 91-100 10  Outstanding
A+ 81-90 Excellent
A 71-80 V. Good
B+ 61-70 Good
B 51-60 6 Above Average
C 46-50 5 Average
P 40-45 4 Pass*
F 0-39 0 Fail
0 0  

*For BBA,MBA,B.Com,M.Com, Diploma in Engg., B.Tech, BCA, MCA, M.Tech, B.Sc, B.Sc(Ag.)-Hons., B.A LL.B, BBA.LL.B – 40% in individual paper 

For B.Arch, M.Plan, LL.M – 45% in individual paper

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https://www.jagannathuniversity.org/

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