DBATU Passing Criteria 2019

Passing criteria for B.Tech students of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University (DBATU) is explained in this article with conditions for being promoted (ATKT) for next academic year. Go through the marking scheme for examinations of DBATU for more information. Following are the passing criteria for exams of DBATU in seperate passing and combined passing head.
Examinations Maximum marks Minimum marks
Mid Term Exam (MTE) 20 marks NA
Class Assessments (CA) 20 marks NA
MTE + CA 40 marks 16 marks
End Term Exam (ETE) 60 marks 24 marks
ETE + MTE + CA 100 marks 40 marks
Remedial Exam 50 marks 20 marks

Passing Criteria:

  1. In seperate passing, minimum 16 marks out of 40 marks (MTE+CA) and minimum 24 marks out of 60 marks (ETE) are mandatory for each subject.
  2. In case of combined passing, minimum 40 marks out of 100 marks (ETE+MTE+CA) are mandatory for each subject.
  3. In case remedial exam, minimum 20 marks out of 50 marks are mandatory and grace marks will not be given for any subject.
Students clearing all subjects of the respective academic year (winter and summer) will be deemed to have passed in the examinations.
Students failing in any subject will be treated as promoted (ATKT) or failed based on number of credits earned.

Promotion Rules (Carry On)

Dbatu carry on rule
Promotion rules for academic year 2019-20 are resolved and modified by DBATU university. Promotion rules for the students of B.Tech courses, effective for all the students are as follows:
  1. Students should clear 60% of the total credits prescribed for first year program for claiming promotion to second year.
  2. For claiming promotion to third year, every student should clear 80% of the total credits of first year B.Tech and second year B.Tech considered together.
  3. For claiming promotion to fourth year, every student should clear 86% of total credits of first, second and third year B.Tech considered together.






Promotion Rules (ATKT):

A candidate shall be allowed to keep terms for the subsequent academic year as per the following:
  1. At the end of 1st year a student shall be allowed to keep terms (ATKT) to 2nd year of study provided he/she attends course work prescribed for 1st year with prescribed attendance and successfully cleared at least 60% of the total credits specified for 1st year program.
  2. At the end of 2nd year a student shall be allowed to keep terms to 3rd year of study provided he/she attends course work prescribed for 2nd year with prescribed attendance, and successfully cleared 1st year program and at least 60% of total credits prescribed for 2nd year program.
  3. At the end of 3rd year a candidate shall be allowed to keep terms to final year of study provided he/she attends course work prescribed for 3rd year with prescribed attendance, and should have completed 2nd year program and 60% of total credits prescribed for 3rd year program.
  4. All such candidates fulfilling the above criteria shall be declared as FAILED or ATKT.

Grace Marks Rules of DBATU

If a candidate, who has appeared at a semester examination and is failing in one or more heads of passing, the committee may decide suitable total number of marks to be awarded in one or more heads of passing, based on the overall result of the examination.
  1. If a student has aggregate marks less than 50% of total marks then maximum 1% of aggregate marks are given as grace marks.
  2. If a student has aggregate marks more than 50% of total marks then maximum 1.5% of aggregate marks are given as grace marks.
  3. Grace marks in any one course year are given as maximum 2.5% of the total course year marks.
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