Rajdhani Model College prescribes to the four point letter grading system laid out by Pokhara University for performance evaluation of students. The letter grades awarded to students have been meticulously designed to ensure impartial results to students. It has been prescribed that under unusual circumstances, if students are not able to complete all the required coursework within the duration mandated by the university, they are entitled to be marked with an incomplete grade “I” for the interim. In case all the required works are not completed by students in question within the next semester, the letter “I” labeled on their grades as temporary is converted into “F”, which refers to failing. Moreover, performance evaluation of students is carried out based on the following indices:
The Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA), which is the grade point average for the semester, is given by:
SGPA= Total honor points earned in a semester/ Total number of credits hours taken in a semester. The Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA),
which is the grade point average for all completed semester is given by: CGPA= Cumulative total honor points earned/ Cumulative total number of credit hours taken.
It has been prescribed that a course may only be taken once for grade. As the degree requires students to pass all the courses individually, all the students must retake the failed courses when offered and must complete the course in a successful manner. Students will be allowed to retake maximum of two courses to achieve a minimum CGPA of 2.0. It must be noted that the grade earned on the retake examination will substitute the earlier grade earned by the student in that course. It should further be noted that students can retake a course only when it is offered by the college/university.