# Anna University CGPA Calculator Regulation 2013

Anna University CGPA Calculator Regulation 2013. We have Created the GPA Calculator for Each Semesters Separately in Regulation 2013 for students.

## Formula Used:

The Formula used to calculate CGPA is

where

n is number of all courses successfully cleared during the particular semester in the case of GPA

GPi is the point corresponding to the grade obtained for each course

Ci is the number of Credits assigned to the course

### Grade System Followed for Regulation 2013:

Anna University has following this Grade System for Regulation 2013 Students.

 Grade Grade Points Mark Range S 10 91-100 A 9 81-90 B 8 71-80 C 7 61-70 D 6 57 – 60 E 5 50 – 56 U 0 < 50 W 0 –

A student is deemed to have passed and acquired the corresponding credits in a
particular course if he/she obtains any one of the following grades: “S”, “A”, “B”, “C”, “D”, “E”.

‘SA’ denotes shortage of attendance (as per clause 6.3) and hence prevention
from writing the end semester examination. ‘SA’ will appear only in the result sheet. “U” denotes Reappearance (RA) is required for the examination in the course. “W” denotes withdrawal from the exam for the particular course. (The grades U and W will figure both in Marks Sheet as well as in Result Sheet)

#### Anna University CGPA Calculator Regulation 2013:

Important Note :

To get distinction Students must get atleast  7.5 CGPA With out any history of arrears in all their semesters.

If you find any errors in Anna University CGPA Calculator Regulation 2013 please comment us below.

## 2 Replies to “Anna University CGPA Calculator Regulation 2013”

1. silent killer says:

1)i get arrear in first semester for technical english-1
thats time my first semester marksheet got gpa for gpa=7.000
2)second semester i will clear all current subjects and that arrear paper(with D grade) also
thats time my second semester marksheet got near of first semester row gpa=6.000,second semester row gpa = 5.920
my question is : there i will check my first semester gpa with technical english-1 grade is “D” but i will get output gpa is gpa=6.814814814814815
which one is correct pls answer my doubt

2. Sami Bharath says:

To convert cgpa into percentage for 2013 regulation, we should multiply cgpa with 10 or 9.5?