What is Ranking Level?

Modified on Wed, 12 Oct 2016 at 12:23 PM

Ranking level is used to define the different rankings used by the institute based on the percentage scored in each subject and based on the number of subjects. Based on the ranking levels defined, the student’s reports can be generated. Marks % should be given for batches with CWA/Normal system and GPA mark should be given for batches with GPA system. We will see how ranking level can be defined with an example.

Suppose a batch –Computer Science and Engineering has the following criteria’s

Student fails in subject if the GPA is less than 1 (Out of 5, 20%)

Student fails in the current year to be promoted if fails in more than 2 subjects

Refer to the Figbelow on how these criteria can be defined in the system.



 Fig 1


 Some of the ranking levels can be defined as in the following figures


 Fig 2


Fig 3


Fig 3 shows one example to set the ranking level. Here there is an option to check consider full course duration, if the option is checked, it implies that the Ranking level defined is applicable to the whole course. The user need not set the ranking levels again for other batches in the same course.


User can edit / Delete the created Ranking levels by clicking on Edit / Delete button against each Ranking level.


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