Conversion of marks to credit and grades for students who were admitted to the Second year of the Degree Course in an affiliated college

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After completing the first year from IDOL  OR

Who took admission to First Year Courses prior to the academic year 2011‐2012

Who completed their First year Degree College from colleges affiliated to universities where credit system is not implemented

 

A learner must be assigned the credits equivalent to the credits assigned / allotted to the program for regular student at the lower class.

 

9 The marks obtained by the learner at the lower examination under the Annual Pattern be considered as the marks obtained by the learner at the semester examinations in proportion to the existing system under CBSGS say for ex. A learner who has passed his FYBCom examination under the annual pattern and is now seeking admission to the SYBCom class under the CBSGS. Given below are the marks obtained by the learner under the annual pattern in the seven subjects.

 

Subjects A B C D E F G
Max. Marks

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

Marks obt.

35

45

49

71

48

41

55

               

The marks obtained by the learner at FYBCom shall be treated as the marks obtained by the learner at Semester I and at Semester II.

 

Corresponding credit points and grades will be assigned and CGPA and SGPA will be calculated. 9 In situations where the minimum marks required for passing are less than the minimum marks required for passing under the CBSGS and if the student is declared pass at the lower examination than the credit and grade points to be assigned to such a learner in the subject concerned will be the minimum grade and grade point required for passing under the CBSGS. For. Ex. In the above ex. The student is declared pass in subject A at the annual examination with 35 marks. While calculating the CGPA and SGPA the grade assigned to this student in subject A will be “E” and the grade points will be “2”

 

9 The conversion of the above marks will be as given below:

Sem.I Subjects Acts BC Com Maths EVS FC Eco

Total

  Max. Marks

100

10

100

100

100

10

100

 
     

0

     

0

   
  Marks obt.

35

45

49

71

48

41

55

 
  Credits Earned

3

3

3

3

3

2

3

20

  (C)                
  Grade   Points

2

3

3

7

2

2

5

24

  (G)                
  (C) * (G)

6

9

9

21

6

4

15

70

  SGPA     70/20 = 3.5 & Grade = “C”    

Similarly we shall calculate the SGPA and hence the CGPA for Sem. I & Sem. II taken together.

 

A learner who is eligible to seek admission to the Higher class under the CBSGS in an affiliated college but has not fully pass the lower examination either from some other college or from IDOl will be required to pass the subject (course) concerned from the parent college/IDOL and not from the current college. Once the student passes the subject/s concerned, the marks can be converted to grades and credits as per the procedure specified above.

 

A learner from college affiliated to a university other than University of Mumbai where Credit System is not implemented will be admitted to colleges affiliated to the university if and only if the student has fully passed the lower examination subject to the equivalence of the courses at the lower examination in the parent university.

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