# JNTUK SGPA Calculator

Before we dive into calculating your SGPA, let’s familiarize ourselves with the grading system used at JNTUK. JNTUK employs a 10-point grading system, which is commonly used in many Indian universities. Here is a breakdown of the grading system:

• Grade: Each course you take will be assigned a grade, which represents your performance in that specific course. Grades are given on a scale of A to F, with A being the highest and F being a failing grade.
• A: 10
• A-: 9
• B+: 8
• B: 7
• B-: 6
• C: 5
• C-: 4
• D: 3
• F: 0
• Credit Hours: Each course is associated with a certain number of credit hours, which represents the workload and the time commitment required for the course. Typically, theory courses have fewer credit hours compared to practical or laboratory courses.

Now that we understand the grading system, let’s move on to the step-by-step process of calculating your SGPA.

SGPA Calculator

At the end of the semester, you will receive your grades for each course you have taken. These grades are usually available on your student portal or transcript. Make a list of all the courses you’ve completed during the semester, including the grade received and the credit hours associated with each course.

For each course, assign the appropriate grade points based on the grading system mentioned earlier. Use the following table as a reference:

### Step 3: Calculate Course Credit Points

For each course, calculate the course credit points by multiplying the grade points (from Step 2) by the credit hours for that course. Use the following formula

Course Credit Points = Grade Points * Credit Hours
Repeat this calculation for each course and record the course credit points.

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### Step 4: Calculate Total Credit Hours and Total Credit Points

Now, sum up the total credit hours and total course credit points for all the courses you’ve taken during the semester.

### Step 5: Calculate SGPA

To calculate your SGPA, divide the total course credit points by the total credit hours using the following formula:

SGPA = Total Course Credit Points / Total Credit Hour

### Step 6: Interpret Your SGPA

Your SGPA Calculator will be a numerical value between 0 and 10. It represents your academic performance for the semester. Here’s how to interpret your SGPA:

• SGPA of 10: Outstanding performance, achieving the highest grades in all courses.
• SGPA between 9 and 9.9: Excellent performance, consistently high grades.
• SGPA between 8 and 8.9: Very good performance, above-average grades.
• SGPA between 7 and 7.9: Good performance, average to above-average grades.
• SGPA between 6 and 6.9: Satisfactory performance, passing grades.
• SGPA between 5 and 5.9: Marginal performance, some passing and some failing grades.
• SGPA below 5: Unsatisfactory performance, failing grades in most courses.

#### Example Calculation

Let’s walk through an example to illustrate how to calculate your SGPA:

Suppose you have completed four courses in a semester with the following details:

• Course 1: Grade A, Credit Hours 3
• Course 2: Grade B, Credit Hours 4
• Course 3: Grade B+, Credit Hours 3
• Course 4: Grade C, Credit Hours 2

Course 1: A (Grade), 3 (Credit Hours)
Course 2: B (Grade), 4 (Credit Hours)
Course 3: B+ (Grade), 3 (Credit Hours)
Course 4: C (Grade), 2 (Credit Hours)

• Course 1: A (10 Grade Points)
• Course 2: B (7 Grade Points)
• Course 3: B+ (8 Grade Points)
• Course 4: C (5 Grade Points)

### Step 3: Calculate Course Credit Points

• Course 1: 10 (Grade Points) * 3 (Credit Hours) = 30 Course Credit Points
• Course 2: 7 (Grade Points) * 4 (Credit Hours) = 28 Course Credit Points
• Course 3: 8 (Grade Points) * 3 (Credit Hours) = 24 Course Credit Points
• Course 4: 5 (Grade Points) * 2 (Credit Hours) = 10 Course Credit Points

### Step 4: Calculate Total Credit Hours and Total Credit Points

• Total Credit Hours = 3 + 4 + 3 + 2 = 12
• Total Course Credit Points = 30 + 28 + 24 + 10 = 92

### Step 5: Calculate SGPA

SGPA = Total Course Credit Points / Total Credit Hours = 92 / 12 = 7.67

### Step 6: Interpret Your SGPA

In this example, your SGPA is 7.67, which falls in the “Good performance” category.