Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Kakinada has also, like other universities, adapted the CGPA system, and through this blog, we will try to understand how the JNTUK CGPA calculator works.
Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Kakinada or better known as JNTUK, has come up with their criterion for assessing the students at the University. The criterion is based on a 10-scale grading system.
For the calculation of CGPA in JNTUK, the below formula is utilized:
CGPA = ∑ (Ci x Si) / ∑ Ci
Here the Si stands for the SGPA scored for any specific semester in question, and Ci stands for the sum of all the credits scored in that semester.
Because the formula of CGPA into the calculation of SGPA for every specific subject, it is necessary to understand the procedure that goes into SGPA calculation. GPA for a specific subject can be calculated by the formula mentioned below,
SGPA (Si) = ∑ (Co x Go) / ∑ Ci
In the formula, the Ci stands for the number of credits for any of the specific courses. The Gi stands for the specific grade point allowed in the subject.
The grade point as per JNTUK stands for the numerical weightage that has been provided on a 10 point scale to each letter grade.
Letter grade provides you with an index including all the performance scores or grades provided to a student. The letter grades can include, O, S, A, B, C, D, and F.
The CGPA provided for a student by JNTUK is the Cumulative grade point for a student’s overall performance throughout all the semesters in a program. This can be a handful if taken out by the students manually.
To save time as well as manual labour of the students, JNTUK CGPA calculator software is present online. This calculator is capable of providing you with your CGPA through the grades provided to you by Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Kakinada.
You have to fill in the grades provided to you by the JNTUK University into the software, and you will have calculated results for your CGPA. This is how the CGPA calculation has been made easier for the students and parents seeking the scores.
For example, there is a student at JNTUK who is pursuing a program including four subjects, English, Hindi, Science, and Maths. If a student, for instance, has been awarded the grade points for each subject, i.e., Science, Hindi, Maths, English as 7, 8, 9, and 6.
These grade scores need a very long procedure to find the CGPA this student has scored in all the semesters of the program. Therefore we will have to first seek the SGPA for each semester and then finally the CGPA. This work is made easier by entering your grade points into the CGPA calculator for JNTUK.
The table below shows the grade distribution system at JNTUK:
|Range Theory (Max-100)
|Marks Range Lab (Max-75)
|Above or equal to 90
|Above or equal to 67
|Above or equal to 80 to <90
|Above or equal to 60 to <67
|Above or equal to 70 to <80
|Above or equal to 52 to <60
|Above or equal to 60 to <70
|Above or equal to 45 to <52
|Above or equal to 50 to <60
|Above or equal to 37 to <45
|Above or equal to 40 to <50
|Above or equal to 30 to <37