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A system of continuous evaluation based on the Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) system is adopted. Participants are assessed based on their performance in the classes like tutorial discussions, seminars, presentations, assignments, quiz tests and mid session examinations etc.
The students will be evaluated on class/tutorial participation, assignment work, laboratory work, class tests and quiz tests which together will constitute the Internal Assessment process. In addition, the students will also have to appear in the end-module examination in all the theory and laboratory courses as per the course of study. Each course will be evaluated for a total of 100 marks: 50 for internal assessment and 50 for end-semester examination.
Internal Assessment: The continuous evaluation will consist of several instruments of evaluation like quiz, role play, home assignment, presentations etc and will vary depending on the course.
End-Module Examinations: It is mandatory for the students to appear in the end-module examinations to be eligible for evaluation of grades. The end-module examination will be conducted by Manipal University and evaluated as per University norms.
If a student does not appear for any University examination for medical or other genuine reasons or if he does not secure the requisite grade in his first attempt, one more opportunity will be given to appear for the subject along with students of the next batch.
Appropriate letter grades are assigned in each theory and practical subjects to only such candidates who have passed in the university examinations. Internal Assessment marks and University examination marks put together will be taken into account for the letter grading system in each subject separately.
A candidate registered for the university examination but fails to appear or fails to score the minimum required 50% marks in the University examination will get a Grade 'F', indicating failure or grade of incompletion.
A subject successfully completed cannot be repeated for improving the grade.
Final evaluation of each subject (theory and practical separately) will be carried out on a 10 – point grading system corresponding to the marks obtained in that subject. Each subject letter grade is converted into a specific grade value associated with the letter grade as given in the table below:
TABLE: 10 - POINT GRADING SYSTEM
|MARKS RANGE||GRADING||GRADE VALUE|
|85% and Above||A+||10|
|75% - 84%||A||09|
|65% - 74%||B||08|
|60% - 64%||C||07|
|55% - 59%||D||06|
|50% - 54%||E||05|
|Less than 50%||F||00|
Specified minimum marks are to be secured in the end term examinations for completion of the course, in addition to securing grades as per the above table.
The grade points are weighted in accordance with the number of credits assigned to a theory or practical subject and it is a product of credit and grade value. The Grade Point Average (GPA) is the weighted average of grade points awarded to a candidate.
GPA=Total grade points of a particular semester /Total number of credits of the semester
GPA for each semester will be calculated for those candidates who have passed all the subjects of that particular semester of the course.
The weighted average of GPA's of all semesters that the student has completed at any point of time is the Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) at that point of time. CGPA up to any semester will be calculated only for those students who have passed all the subjects up to that semester. Generally, CGPA is calculated after the successful completion of the first year of the MBA programme (campus component) and at the end of MBA programme (online component).
CGPA = Σ (GPA of each semester * Corresponding number of credits)
Sum of the entire course credits
After the results are declared, grade cards will be issued to each student, which will contain the list of subjects for that semester and the grades obtained by the student.
A Postgraduate diploma in Banking will be conferred on the participants on successful completion of the campus programme and those opted out of MBA programme. However, for award of postgraduate diploma, a Programme Participant has to fulfill the following requirements: