DBATU grading system , Promotion Rules and ATKT

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DBATU Council has taken certain decisions regarding the DBATU grading system , promotion rules and ATKT. Students should undergo the details by reading below blog. Read details and check rules

The Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University (DBATU) grading system is a structured and transparent assessment framework that plays a pivotal role in evaluating students’ academic performance.

The DBATU grading system not only reflects students’ subject mastery but also encourages them to consistently strive for excellence. By providing a clear representation of academic accomplishments, this grading system assists both students and educators in tracking progress and making informed decisions about further educational pursuits and career pathways.

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1.Replacement of Relative grading with Absolute Grading:

PercentageGrade PointsLetter Grade

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The Class will be awarded based on the CGPA for all eight semesters of B.Tech. Program for

5.0s CGPA < 5.50 Pass Class

5.5 ≤ CGPA < 6.00 Second Class

6.0 ≤ CGPA < 7.50 First Class

CGPA ≥ 7.50 Distinction

2. Minimum passing marks at the B.Tech End-Semester Examinations – Carrying 60% marks Every student of B.Tech should get a minimum of 20 marks out of 60 marks from End-Semester Examination, to clear the course. This becomes effective from First Year B.Tech of the academic year 2019-20 onwards.

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This all detailes are according by 2019-2020 Batch , but after covid- pandemic there is no special update by dbatu official regarding changes in passing criteria, there might be any changes in future with dbatu Passing criteria for students admitted in 2021-22 academic year means first year students admitting in 2021.

Read details about Promotion Rules and ATKT here

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