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  2. Indira Gandhi National Open University - Wikipedia

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    Website. www .ignou .ac .in. Indira Gandhi National Open University, known as IGNOU, is a public distance learning university located in New Delhi, India. Named after the former Prime Minister of India Indira Gandhi, the university was established in 1985 with a budget of ₹ 20 million, after the Parliament of India passed the Indira Gandhi ...

  3. National Institute of Open Schooling - Wikipedia

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    Website. www .nios .ac .in. The National Institute of Open Schooling ( NIOS ), formerly National Open School is a national level board of education in India, controlled and managed by the Government of India. It was established by the Ministry of Education (erstwhile Ministry of Human Resource Development) of the Government of India in 1989.

  4. Academic grading in India - Wikipedia

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    In a university with a 90% plus for Distinction, 60% may be the minimum passing mark. The university awarding distinction at 70% may have a passing mark of 45%. Thus the comparison of GPA ( grade-point average) is quite difficult for Indian students elsewhere. A student having 95% will be close to 3.9 on the GPA scale, as would a student with a ...

  5. Transcript (education) - Wikipedia

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    United States. In United States education, a transcript is a copy of a student 's permanent academic record, which usually means all courses taken, all grades received, all honors received and degrees conferred to a student from the first day of school to the current school year. [1] A transcript may also contain the student’s rank in class ...

  6. Academic grading in the United States - Wikipedia

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    Papua New Guinea. v. t. e. In the United States, academic grading commonly takes on the form of five, six or seven letter grades. Traditionally, the grades are A+, A, A−, B+, B, B−, C+, C, C−, D+, D, D− and F, with A+ being the highest and F being lowest. In some cases, grades can also be numerical. Numeric-to-letter-grade conversions ...

  7. Vivekananda College, Madurai - Wikipedia

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    Website. vivekanandacollege.ac.in. Vivekananda College is a men-only autonomous college of arts and sciences in Thiruvedagam in Madurai [1] district affiliated to Madurai Kamaraj University. It was founded in 1971 [2] by Swami chidbhavanada and is managed by Ramakrishna Tapovanam. It is the only registered Gurukula Institute of Life Training in ...

  8. Grading in education - Wikipedia

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    Papua New Guinea. v. t. e. Grading in education is the process of applying standardized measurements for varying levels of achievements in a course. Grades can be assigned as letters (usually A to F), as a range (for example, 1 to 6), as a percentage, or as a number out of a possible total (often out of 100). [1]

  9. Academic grading in Japan - Wikipedia

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    Most high schools in Japan have a numerical grading system from 5 to 1 with 5 being the highest grade and 1 being the lowest. University level. Like the high school level, Japanese students must pass a standardized test to be accepted into a university. Most national universities employ a 4-scale grading system (only with A, B, C and F).