Evaluation Policy

Evaluation Policy

Each course is conducted by the assigned Instructor with the assistance of tutors and/or teaching assistants. The Instructor responsible for conducting the lectures, tutorials, and labs, holding the tests and examinations, evaluating the performance of the students, and awarding grades at the end of the semester/summer term. A system of continuous evaluation is employed, in which, during a course, various instruments like tests, exams, assignments, projects etc. are given to assess the learning of students. All evaluations are the responsibility of the instructor of the course. At the end of the semester, based on the overall performance in the course, a letter grade is awarded to each student by the instructor. Each letter grade carries certain points which are used in the computation of the semester/overall performance.

Grading Scheme

Letter Grade Points Remarks
 
A+ (Outstanding 10 Letter grades A+ to F and I are given only in the regular courses.
This grading scheme is effectively A to F; A+ is only to recognize excellent performers in a course – it has same points as A.
A (Very Good) 10
A- 9
B (Good) 8
B- 7
C (Satisfactory) 6
C- 5
D (Marginal) 4
F (Fail) 2
I (Incomplete) Nil Incomplete (I grade must be converted to one of the letter grade (A to F) as per the academic calendar.
S (Satisfactory) Nil S and X are grades for only certain kinds of courses.
X (Unsatisfactory) Nil
Audit Nil If a student officially “audits” a course and completes all the requirements.

 

Performance Indicators

The semester performance is indicated by a Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) which is a weighted sum of all the points earned in the courses done in a semester. While doing the computation of SGPA, the course/thesis units with grades S and X are ignored.
The overall performance in a program is indicated by a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) which is computed in the same manner as the computation of SGPA but for all the courses done in the program.