MBA (Global Business)

Evaluation and Grading

A student’s performance in a course is evaluated continuously during the term internally by the concerned faculty member and externally by the Office of the Controller of Examinations (COE).

  1. Internal Evaluations

    The mode of evaluation in a given course is decided by the concerned faculty who may assign varying weights to one or more of the evaluation modes and will announce such weights in the beginning of the course. The concerned faculty shall be responsible for the continuous in-term evaluations and will evaluate academic performance of students in each course offered in any or a combination of

    • Written test
    • Quizzes and oral test
    • Workshop practices
    • Assignments
    • Term paper
    • Project work
    • Case studies, analysis and discussion
    • Open Book test
    • Class participation and
    • Any other test deemed suitable by the concerned faculty member.
  2. The in-term evaluation shall have in general a total weight of 60 percent.

  3. End-term Examination

    There will be end-term examination in the courses offered during the term. The end-term examination may be based on problem solving questions, analytical questions, and case studies or any other formats as demanded by a course.

    The first and the last trimester courses have a 60% weight on internal ongoing evaluation and a 40% weight on the external examinations.The end-term examinations of the courses offered in the first and the final trimesters are conducted by the Office of the Controller of Examinations. Evaluation of the Internship Project, graduate seminar, term papers, practicum, and the Graduate research Project are done by the faculty of the college.

    Students are required to take evaluation immediately after the completion of each module. The concerned college/institute must submit marks secured by the students in each course to the COE within three weeks from the completion of the examination and test.


Grading Mode

In each course, the academic performance of a student will be evaluated on a 4-point scale as follows:

A student’s overall academic performance will be evaluated through Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA). In order to graduate a student is required to maintain at least a 3.0 Cumulative Grade Point Average.