SGPA to CGPA Converter Calculator
About the Converter
The SGPA to CGPA Converter is a helpful tool designed to assist students in calculating their cumulative grade point average (CGPA) for an academic year based on their semester grade point average (SGPA). This tool simplifies the calculation process by allowing students to input their SGPA for each semester and instantly provides them with their CGPA for the entire academic year. It is especially useful for students who need to keep track of their academic progress and maintain a good academic standing.
How to convert SGPA to CGPA
The formula for calculating CGPA is:
CGPA = (Sum of all SGPAs obtained in all semesters) / (Total number of semesters)
To calculate CGPA from SGPAs, you need to follow these simple steps:
- Find the SGPA for each semester by adding the grade points obtained in each subject and dividing it by the total credit hours of that semester.
- Add up the SGPAs of all semesters.
- Divide the sum of SGPAs by the total number of semesters or sessions to obtain the CGPA for the academic year.
For example, if a student’s SGPA for the first semester is 8.5 and the SGPA for the second semester is 9.0, then the CGPA for the academic year would be:
CGPA = (8.5 + 9.0) / 2 CGPA = 8.75
So, the student’s CGPA for the academic year would be 8.75.
SGPA to CGPA Conversion Table
Here is a conversion table that shows the equivalent CGPA values based on the total number of SGPAs and the number of semesters:
|Total SGPAs||No. of Semesters||CGPA||Example|
|5 – 5.94||4||D+||If a student has completed 4 semesters and has SGPAs of 5, 5.5, 5.8, and 5.9, then the total SGPAs will be 22.2, and the CGPA will be 5.55 (22.2/4).|
|6 – 6.94||6||D||If a student has completed 6 semesters and has SGPAs of 6, 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.4, and 6.5, then the total SGPAs will be 37.5, and the CGPA will be 6.25 (37.5/6).|
|7 – 7.94||8||C||If a student has completed 8 semesters and has SGPAs of 7.8, 7.9, 7.7, 8, 7.9, 7.5, 7.8, and 7.7, then the total SGPAs will be 62.3, and the CGPA will be 7.79 (62.3/8).|
|8 – 8.94||5||B||If a student has completed 5 semesters and has SGPAs of 8.5, 8.8, 8.7, 8.9, and 8.6, then the total SGPAs will be 44.5, and the CGPA will be 8.9 (44.5/5).|
|9 – 9.94||3||A||If a student has completed 3 semesters and has SGPAs of 9.8, 9.9, and 9.7, then the total SGPAs will be 29.4, and the CGPA will be 9.8 (29.4/3).|
|10||2||A+||If a student has completed 2 semesters and has SGPAs of 10 and 10, then the total SGPAs will be 20, and the CGPA will be 10 (20/2).|
What is SGPA?
SGPA stands for Semester Grade Point Average. It is a performance indicator calculated by dividing the total grade points obtained by a student in a particular semester by the total credit hours of that semester.
How many SGPAs are there in an academic year?
The number of SGPAs in an academic year depends on the number of semesters or sessions in that year. For example, if there are two semesters in an academic year, then there would be two SGPAs, one for each semester.
How do I calculate SGPA?
To calculate SGPA, you need to add the grade points obtained in each subject and divide it by the total credit hours of that semester. The formula for calculating SGPA is:
SGPA = (Total Grade Points Obtained in all subjects) / (Total Credit Hours of the Semester)
What is the minimum CGPA required to maintain good academic standing?
The minimum CGPA required to maintain good academic standing varies depending on the institution and program. Generally, a CGPA of 2.0 or higher is considered good academic standing, but it is best to check with your institution to confirm their requirements.
Is it necessary to calculate CGPA?
Calculating CGPA is not necessary, but it can be helpful for students to keep track of their academic progress and maintain a good academic standing. It also provides a better understanding of the overall performance of a student in a particular academic year.