Examination Regulation


Semester Final Examination

At the end of each semester a student have to appear in the final examination for his/her registered courses.


  • The duration of the final examination for each 3 credit hour theory course will be 3.00 hours

A student who has been absent for more than 25% of total classes without any valid reason, he/she will not be allowed to sit for the semester final examination of the respective courses.


Course Assessment

For the purpose of assessment, 100 marks will be assigned to each 3-credit hour course. The marks distribution is illustrated in a table below. The course teacher will be responsible to evaluate the students who have taken his/her course.

Items % of marks
Class Attendance 10%
Class performance 10%
Assignments, Quiz and class tests 20%
Short Report/Presentation 10%
Midterm Examination 20%
Semester final examination 30%
Total 100%

Grading System

The letter grade and the grade points will be as follows:

Marks range Later Grade Grade Point
80% or above A+ 4.00
75% to < 80% A 3.75
70% to <75% A– 3.50
65% to <70% B+ 3.25
60% to <65% B 3.00
55% to <60% B- 2.75
50% to <55% C+ 2.50
45% to <50% C 2.25
40% to <45% D 2.00
<40% F 0
- <40% I Incomplete

Calculation of GPA

Grade Point Average (GPA) is the weighted average of the grade points obtained in all the courses passed by a student. For example, if a student passes four courses in a semester having credits of C1, C2, C3, C4 and his/her grade points in these courses are G1, G2, G3, G4 respectively then,

Cumulative Grade Points (CGPA) will be calculated considering all GPAs earned by a student in different semesters.


Earned Credits/Marks

  1. Courses in which a student gets ‘F’ grades shall not be counted towards credit hour requirements and for the calculation of Grade Point Average (GPA).
  2. If a student does not appear in the final examination he/she will get ‘I’ (incomplete) grade. In that case, he/she may be allowed to sit for the re-take examination arranged by the Coordination Committee by paying the required fees within a shortest period of time after publishing the semester result.
  3. If a student obtains “F” grade in any course in any semester, she/he may be allowed to repeat that course by paying the required fees.
  4. If the student does not appear in the retake examination, he/she has to re-register (repeat) that course in the following available semester by paying the required fees within the allowed time frame.
  5. If a student wants to improve the grade pint obtained in course, he/she may be allowed to appear at the re-take examination provided that his earned grade point in that course is less than 2.50 or “C+” by paying the required fees. A student will not be allowed to improve his/her grade in more than 2 (two) courses during the entire program.
  6. A student may be permitted to withdraw or change his/her registered course(s) within two working weeks of the commencement of the semester. If a student fails to withdraw course and does not appear in the class test/final examinations his/her grade in that course shall be recorded as “I” (incomplete). In that case, he/she has to re-register (repeat) that course in the following available semester.


Special Examination

A student unable to complete the program within 7 (seven) consecutive semesters from the date of admission may be allowed to sit for special examination with special recommendation of the coordination Committee. In that case, special examination fees will be charged.


Result Publication

The Coordination Committee will prepare the final results and send to the office of the Controller of the Examinations of this university. The Controller of Examinations will make arrangement to publish the results officially and issue the certificates as per the rule of the university.

For any query, please call: +880 1716-657066, +880 1721-496324 E-mail: stat@juniv.edu