Pune University grace marks rule for engineering


Pune University grace marks rule for engineering – In Pune university if you get an ATKT,there are some ways to get grace marks,if you satisfy all the conditions.These few grace marks may be the difference between getting a year down in engineering as all of us know that even reaching 37 marks is so hard.Note that some of these rules may also be applicable for other state universities like Mumbai University.

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Pune University grace marks rule for engineering

Some of the ways you an get grace marks are:

1. Condonation – This is the most common method that students who have a single ATKT can get it cleared automatically.IF you look at your marksheet of anyone who is all clear and there is a # sign or $ sign next to the full semester total marks,this means that it is a condoned result.

# 354 out of 700

In order to get a condoned result,you need to have cleared all in all subject except for one.If you are failing in one subject by maximum 10 marks you will get it if it is upto 1% of the total marks whichever is less.

For example if you are failing in 1 subject and you need 3 marks to pass in that subject and your total is 440 out of 700,you will get a maximum 4 of marks.

2.Grace marks to secure first and second class

If you have passed all subjects in the semester,but need  few marks to reach either second class or first class then you can get grace marks upto 1% of your total – not exceeding 10 marks.

For eg – If total is 417 out of 700 – and 420 is first class { 60% }

Here you are short of 3 marks to get your first class.So you can get a maximum of 4 marks,as that is 1% of your total score.Thu your score will change from 417 to 420.

3.Grace marks for distinction

Similar to first and second class,you can also get grace marks to reach 70% distinction.In this case you can get maximum 3 marks grace in 2 subjects to reach this milestone.However these  marks should be within 1% of your total score,as shown above.


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