The MG University Grading System grades its students based on the regulations set under the CBCS system. The new Mahatma Gandhi University grading system was implemented in 2017 and is being followed by all the colleges in Kerala.
MG University Grading System grades its students based on the percentage secured by candidates in the exam. Candidates that score a percentage of 95 and above will get a grade point of 10. Mahatma Gandhi University grading system evaluates each course paper based on internal and external assessments.
The Mahatma Gandhi University, or MG University, is a public university in Kottayam, Kerala. The grading system was revised and implemented in the 2017–2018 academic year according to the CBCS regulations. Except for Professional and B.Voc. rest, all other courses taught at Mahatma Gandhi University have been regulated under the CBCS system.
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Table of Contents
- Five Point MG University Grading System
- Four Point MG University Grading System
- Analysis of MG University Grading System
- MG University Grading System based on GPA
Five Point MG University Grading System
The Five-Point MG University Grading System is given in the table below:
|Grade||Scale 1||Scale 2||Grade Description|
|A+||4.50 - 5.00||5.00||Outstanding|
|A||4.00 - 4.49||4.00||Excellent|
|B+||3.50 - 3.99||3.00||Very Good|
|B||3.00 - 3.49||3.00||Average|
|C+||2.50 - 2.99||2.00||Fair|
|C||2.00 - 2.49||2.00||Pass|
|D||0.01 - 1.99||1.00||Fail|
Four Point MG University Grading System
The Four-Point MG University Grading System is given in the table below:
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Analysis of MG University Grading System
MG University grading system evaluates each course paper based on internal and external assessments. All papers (theory and practical) will be evaluated on a 7-point scale based on the total percentage of marks obtained in (internal+external). The percentage of marks obtained by a student decides their grade and grade point.
|Percentage of Marks||Grade||Grade Description||Grade Point|
|95 and above
|85 to below 95||A+||Excellent||9|
|75 to below 85||A||Very Good||8|
|65 to below 75||B+||Good||7|
|55 to below 65||B||Above Average||6|
|45 to below 55||C||Satisfactory||5|
|35 to below 45||D||Pass||4|
The Credit Point (CP) of a paper is calculated using the formula:
|CP = C × GP||
The Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) of a Semester is calculated using the formula given in the table below :
|SGPA = TCP/TC||
The Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) is calculated using the formula given in the table below :
CGPA = TCP/TC
The Grade Point Average (GPA) of Common Course I, Common Course II, Complementary Course I, Complementary Course II, Vocational course, Core Course is calculated using the formula given below :
|GPA = TCP/TC||
MG University Grading System based on GPA
Students must keep the following points in mind regarding The MG University Grading System
- A separate minimum of 30% marks each for internal and external (for both theory and
- practical), and an aggregate minimum of 35% is required for a pass for a paper.
- For a pass in a programme, a separate minimum of Grade D is required for all the individual papers.
- If a candidate secures F Grade for any one of the papers offered in a Semester/Programme, only an F grade will be awarded for that Semester/Programme until they improve their grade to at least a D.
The MG University Grading System based on GPA has been stated in the table below
|Equal to 9.5 and above||S||Outstanding|
|Equal to 8.5 and <9.5||A+||Excellent|
|Equal to 7.5 and <8.5||A||Very Good|
|Equal to 6.5 and <7.5||B+||Good|
|Equal to 5.5 and <6.5||B||Above Average|
|Equal to 4.5 and <5.5||C||Satisfactory|
|Equal to 3.5 and <4.5||D||Pass|