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Performance Evaluation Standards at IoBM

23/11/2012 11:03:40

Performance Evaluation Standards at IoBM

The performance of students is constantly evaluated through surprise quizzes, hourly examinations, assignments throughout the semester, submission of term reports, presentations and final examinations at the end of the semester. The grades awarded are as follows:

 


Grade

Marks

Grade Points

A+

96-100

4

A  

91-95

3.89

A-

87-90

3.78

B+

84-86

3.67

B

79-83

3.33

B-

75-78

3

C+

69-74

2.67

C

64-68

2.5

D

60-63

1.5

F

<60

0

 

Grade points are assigned to the given grades for calculation of the Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA).

The grade of ‘I’ (Incomplete) may be recorded to indicate that the requirements of a course have been substantially completed, but for a legitimate reason, a small component of the work (final examination) remains to be completed and the record of the student justifies the expectation that he or she will obtain a passing grade upon completion. The instructor should be notified of the reason for the non-completion of work in order to ascertain the legitimacy of that reason and in turn to grant an incomplete grade. In order to complete the “I” grade, students must appear in the final examination in the following semester. Failure to do so will result in an ‘F’ grade. The incomplete grade is not counted in the computation of the CGPA for the semester in which the incomplete grade was permitted. The instructor assigning an incomplete grade files with the Dean a signed form indicating the reason for the incomplete grade.

 

Only courses for which grades C, D or F are received may be repeated for credit. Only one repetition is permitted, unless authorized in writing by the Dean. On the repetition of a course, the credit hours are applied towards a degree only once.

 

BBA (Hons) and BS students must maintain a minimum CGPA of 2.0 on a cumulative basis in order to maintain good standing. Any deficiency should be made up in the following semester, otherwise, the concerned student may be dropped from the rolls of the College. A CGPA of 2.5 is required for the conferment of the degree.

 

MBA and MPhil students are expected to maintain a CGPA of 2.5 to remain in good standing. Any deficiency should be made up in the following semester, otherwise the concerned student may be dropped from the rolls of the College. The cumulative GPA should be 3.0 in order to receive the degree. MBA and MS students are required to repeat those courses in which they receive F and D grades.

 

Courtesy: IoBM website

www.iobm.edu.pk

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