Re: CPI To Percentage Conversion IIT Bombay
The IIT Bombay is provides a Cumulative Performance Index system for Percentage Conversion. This Cumulative Performance Index is an up to date assessment of the overall performance of a student from the time he/she entered the Institute is obtained by calculating a number called the Cumulative Performance Index, CPI, in a manner similar to the calculation of SPI.
The Cumulative Performance Index considers all the courses registered by the student, towards the minimum requirement of the degree students has enrolled for, and entered the Institute.
The CPI is calculated at the end of every semester to two decimal places and is indicated in semester grade reports.
The CPI will reflect the failed status in case of FR grade, till the course(s) is/are cleared.
Letter grade point:
FR 0 Fail (Repeat the course)
DX Fail (Lack of attendance)
II Incomplete (on health grounds)
NP Not Passed
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