CBCS Results : DU Planning To Show Percentage With Grades In Marksheet...

CBCS Results : DU Planning To Show Percentage With Grades In Marksheet From 2018

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Letter To My First Year Self

Good News peeps!

Being a student of Delhi University‘s CBCS (Choice Based Credit System),you definitely want to know your marks in percentage,at least in marksheet of final year,so that you can easily mention your marks in percentage wherever asked in job applications and in admission forms of higher education.

Need not to worry anymore for this,since Delhi University is planning to show marks in percentage along with grades.A committee is constituted to prepare the formula for the same. This will be applied from the first batch students of CBCS.This will be start from current academic session.

There will be marks in percentage along with CGPA or grades in marksheet of all those students who will complete their graduation in 2018 and later.This will help the students in getting  jobs.

CBCS is started from 2015-16 academic session.In CBCS students are being assessed by CGPA or grades,they are being awarded with zero to ten CGPA.Senior officials of the varsity said that, “This new initiative is dire need of the hour  as students are generally asked to provide marks in percentage in various job applications and in admission forms of higher education.We are starting this system,so that students can know their marks in CGPA along with percentage.”

According to an official of the examination board “This system will be apply to students of all courses.For this a committee of 17 member is constituted.”

University has asked suggestions from the students and other people on this new initiative,all those who are interested to give suggestions ,can send their suggestions at [email protected]

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2 COMMENTS

  1. This is good thing it will reduce the concussion amongst all students even companies or any institution to judge students from their marks. BUT MARKS NEVER JUDGE ANY STUDENT.

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