✅ Madras University Grading System
The term grading system indicates a Ten (10) points scale of evaluation of the performances of students in terms of marks, grade points, letter grade and Class.
The marks and the grades obtained in the courses corresponding to the best 81 credits including the best 60 Core credits, the best 21 credits for Electives will be taken into consideration in arriving at the CGPA in the programme (for Two Year Master Programme)
The marks and the grades obtained in the courses corresponding to the best 120 credits including the best 90 Core credits, the best 30 credits for will be taken into consideration in arriving at the CGPA in the subject (for Three year Masters
Soft skills are mandatory and a student is required to pass the same. The marks will not be considered for classification purposes.
CONVERSION OF MARKS TO GRADE POINTS AND LETTER GRADE
(Performance in a Paper/Course)
Range of marks Grade points Letter grade Description
|Range of marks||Grade points||Letter grade||Description|
|90 – 100||9.0-10.0||O||Outstanding|
|80 – 89||8.0 – 8.9||D+||Excellent|
|75 – 79||7.5 – 7.9||D||Distinction|
|70 -74||7.0 – 7.4||A+||Very Good|
|60 -69||6.0 – 6.9||A||Good|
|50 -59||5.0- 5.9||B||Average|
PG: Post Graduate (also for PG Diploma) UG: Under – Graduate (also for Certificate /
Ci = Credits earned for course i in any semester.
Gi = Grade Points obtained for course i any semester.
n refers to the semester in which such courses were credited.
FOR A SEMESTER:
Grade Points Average [GPA] = ∑i Ci Gi /∑i Ci
Sum of the multiplication of grade points by the credits of the courses
Sum of the credits of the courses (Passed) in a semester