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Evaluation and Grading
The curriculum of the PGDM gets validated both internally and externally keeping in mind the changing global environment in Business and the requirements of Management Education to meet these new challenges, on a continuous basis. The curriculum places emphasis on developing a global perspective on various issues and developing these skills for taking an integrated view on managerial problems and being able to adapt to changing situations.

Course Credits
Courses are listed as 1, 2 and 3 credit courses depending on the expected workload of each course. Generally, a 3-credit course involves about 100 hours of work – approximately 30 in the classroom and 70 outside the classroom, in preparation and assignments. Two and one credit courses would require proportionately less work. In the second year, students are expected to undertake a Research Project carrying six credits. The distribution of these credits is as follows:
Synopsis 1 credit Interim Report 2 credits Final Report & Presentation 3 credits

The evaluation components to be adopted for a course would be indicated by the Course Coordinator to the class at the beginning of the course. This would cover teachers’ expectations and relative importance of each component. Evaluation scheme for students’ performance in each course will be having a minimum of four components besides end term examinations. Weightage for the end-term would not exceed 50% of the total weightage. The other components may be in the form of Class Quizzes, Home or Class or Surprise Assignments, Term Paper, Project, Case Analysis, Reading on Research Activities, etc. as prescribed by the Course Coordinator. As Surprise Components are in built in the courses, students are expected to be agile and alert. No make-up components will be provided, if the students miss the surprise components of a course..

Grade Point Average (GPA)
Grade point average for a term would be the weighted average of grade points obtained in different courses in the term (multiplied by the weights being the respective course credits) which should be minimum 5(five) for the award of Diploma

Grade Point for a Course (GP)
The students will be assigned marks in every evaluation component and on the basis of a relative and structured grading system these marks will be converted into letter grades. Under this system, all faculties will give marks for all components. The grade brackets Upper limit and lower limit) will get evolved from the pattern of marks provided by the faculty which be converted in to scale and then grades given below. A minimum of 4 (Four) is required to pass the particular subject.

Ten Point Scale
GradeGrade Point Percentage Equivalent
A +10 91-100
A 9 81-90
B+ 8 71-80
B 7 61-70
C 6 51-60
D 5 41-50
E 4 40
F < 4 < 40
I MISSED (With prior permission)
If some students had been permitted by the Programme Director / Course Coordinator to miss some component of examination due to illness, etc., such students will be awarded 'I' grades. Such students will appear in special examination and the 'I' grades replaced by new grades.

Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA)
CGPA is calculated at the end of Programme and is the average of GPAs obtained for different trimesters, which should be minimum 6 (six) for the award of Diploma.
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