Management Institute

MBA (Family Business & Entrepreneurship) Assessment

The Institute follows a system of continuous assessment using multiple methods of assessment to monitor students’ academic performance. The assessment of students is done to measure the knowledge, skills, and application ability, identified as intended learning outcomes. The course instructors assess understanding of concepts, theories, business practices and applications illustrated and discussed in respective courses. Assessment is done to discriminate students according to their academic performance. In addition, it is done to help students achieve the learning outcomes of the programme and to motivate them throughout the programme.

Students are assessed on the basis of : Quizzes/Tests/Exercises/Class Assignments, Case study analysis, Library / Web assignment, Field project, Class participation, Mid-term examination, End-term examination, etc.

The Institute follows relative grading system. Letter grades are awarded at the end of each term for every course. The grading scale is as described below :

 A - Excellent  B - Good
 C - Average  D - Low Pass
 F - Fail  

The Institute also uses plus and minus grades.

Academic/Passing Standards
To qualify for promotion to the second year, the Grade Point Average (GPA) of a first year student shall be at least 2.165. In addition, a student shall fulfil the following conditions in respect of the first year courses :

  •   He/She should not obtain "F" in more than one course.
  •   He/She should not obtain "D" in more than three courses, provided that she/he does not obtain "F" in any course.
  •   If He/She obtains "F" in one course, he should not obtain "D" in more than one course.


To qualify for the award of degree, the GPA for the second year shall be at least 2.165. The Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of the two years shall also be at least 2.165. In addition, a student shall fulfil the following conditions in respect of the second year courses :

  •   He/She should not obtain "F" in more than one course.
  •   He/She should not obtain "D" in more than three courses, provided that she/he does not obtain "F" in any course.
  •   If He/She obtains "F" in one course, he should not obtain "D" in more than one course.

For purposes of promotion/graduation, a "D" or an "F" in a subject will be treated a full "D" or full "F" irrespective of the subject credit hours. The letter grade "D" includes D+ and D- for this purpose.

The student shall also complete 102 credit hours besides Summer Project requirement. The student shall achieve at least Satisfactory grade in summer project.