Exam Pattern & Guidelines

Examinations are conducted for the following programs:

  • MBA Oil and Gas, Power, Aviation, Logistics & Supply Chain.

  • BBA Aviation Operations

  • Certificate Programs

The layout of the end-term examination question paper is as under (Duration 3 hrs. / 180 Min.):
Sections Type No. Of Questions Marks
Section A Direct Memory Based and Conceptual Questions 52 74
Section B Analytical Questions based on understanding of concepts 21 71
Section C Application of concepts 5 25
Section D Case Study 1 30
  Total 79 200

Evaluation and Grade computation

The university follows a relative grading system, and the evaluation for all the subjects offered in any semester is done in 3 parts.

  • Assignment 1
  • Assignment 2
  • Term End Examinations

The final Grading happens as a total of your score with the applicable weightage, in each of the above components.

Assignments Total Marks Pass marks Weightage
Assignment 1 100 40% 15%
Assignment 2 100 40% 15%
Term End 100 40% 70%

The university follows a relative grading system, and the evaluation for all the subjects offered in any semester is done in 3 parts.

Final Score:

  • 15% Assignment 1
  • 15% Assignment 2
  • 70% of Term End
Overall Qualifying marks for grading is 40%.

Grade Scale (for batches July 2015 onwards)

Range of Marks Grade Grade Point
91 and above O 10
81-90 A+ 9
71-80 A 8
61-70 B+ 7
51-60 B 6
46-50 C+ 5
40-45 C 4
<40 F 0
Exempt E 0

Qualification Requirements

Students in all undergraduate programs will maintain a GPA, SGPA and CGPA of 5.0 on a scale of 10.0. For these students the individual subject’s minimum passing grade shall be ‘C’ or equivalent of 4.0.

Students in all graduate and post-graduate program will maintain a GPA, SGPA and CGPA of 6.00 on a scale of 10. For these students the individual subject’s minimum passing grade shall be ‘C’ or equivalent of 4.

*For all E grades, the credits for subjects will not be considered for calculations of Grade Point Averages.

Grade Scale (for batches July 2011 to April 2015)

Range of Marks Grade Grade Point
91 and above O 10
81-90 A+ 9
71-80 A 8
61-70 B+ 7
51-60 B 6
46-50 C+ 5
40-45 C 4
<40 F 0
Exempt E 0

Qualification Requirements

Students in all undergraduate programs will maintain a GPA, SGPA and CGPA of 5.0 on a scale of 10.0. For these students the individual subject’s minimum passing grade shall be ‘C’ or equivalent of 4.0.

Students in all graduate and post-graduate program will maintain a GPA, SGPA and CGPA of 6.00 on a scale of 10. For these students the individual subject’s minimum passing grade shall be ‘C’ or equivalent of 4.

*For all E grades, the credits for subjects will not be considered for calculations of Grade Point Averages.

Examination Guidelines

Examination
Dates:

The CCE Term end Examination are conducted on the following dates:

Exam Cycle For Programs Last Date for Registration Date of Examination
December Exam Cycle ALL 15 October – 15 November or As Notified 3-13 December
March Exam Cycle ALL 1 February – 15 February or As Notified 3-13 March
June Exam Cycle ALL 15 April – 15 May or As Notified 3-13 June
September Exam Cycle ALL 1 August – 15 August or As Notified 3-13 September
Examination Registration:

For Admissions Prior to July 2011 Batch:

The students pertaining to any batch prior to July 2011 will need to download and fill the Manual registration form, provided along with the Examination notification for each cycle. The completed application forms should then be emailed to exam@upes.ac.in before the last date of the registration as notified.

(*The exam registration process is a method to receive the request from the student to appear for particular paper/s in any examination cycle. However this does not guarantee the student a seat in the Examination. The final authorization for appearing in the examination is generated in the form of the list of subjects in the Examination Portal. The Students need to use this portal to book their slots for the examination and also appear for the examination.)

For Admissions of July 2011 Batch and onwards:

The students pertaining to any batch prior to July 2011 will need to download and fill the Manual registration form, provided along with the Examination notification for each cycle. The completed application forms should then be emailed to exam@upes.ac.in before the last date of the registration as notified.

(*The exam registration process is a method to receive the request from the student to appear for particular paper/s in any examination cycle. However this does not guarantee the student a seat in the Examination. The final authorization for appearing in the examination is generated in the form of the list of subjects in the Examination Portal. The Students need to use this portal to book their slots for the examination and also appear for the examination.)