# Withdraw the percentage conversion formula for the cbcs students & continue with CGPA*10

# Withdraw the percentage conversion formula for the cbcs students & continue with CGPA*10

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The thing is basically, "equality"

The graduates who got graduated from the cbcs scheme is given a percentage conversion formula(CGPA-0.75)*10 e.g.[(6.4-0.75)*10=56%] from the visvesvaraya technological university. They said the thing with clear cut clarity of the conversion.

Now assume 2 students.

Student 1: the student who studies well get cleared(8 subjects) his exams at that semester and have a good SGPA.

Student 2: the student who understands the topic but scores low & get failed. Then he clears in the next semester along with the regular subjects, the SGPA he gets in that semester will get low due to the overlap of previous semester arrears(cleared in this semester with good marks but the grade is basic grade) So the student studied for 12 exams and get low SGPA.

But the problem is ,with this formula we will get a percentage(eg:59%). This percentage falls under second class. If a student wish to apply for any PSU & competitive exams, the eligibility criteria itself is 60%. So the student is barred at that step.

You may have a question ,these things didn't speak about equality?. Right! The students of the same university on a different batch whose percentage is calculated based upon the last four semesters had the better percentage and appear for the same PSU & competitive exams.

Our request is to withdraw the conversion formula (or) issue the grades as per the marks secured by the student in arrear exam

The university syllabus is the best & the techniques are appreciable. The sudden changes in the system are admirable but from the students point of view it becomes miserable at middle of courses.

Thank you,

One student dream job got swept away due to the issue(conversion formula)....�

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