No, there is no standard format for the percentage calculation from CGPA in O.P. Jindal Global University. The Examinations Office does not provide any such conversion for students.
Ranks can be only issued to students after the completion of an academic year. For graduating batches, ranks may be issued after the day of the Convocation Ceremony (traditionally held on 7th August of every year). For non-graduating batches, ranks may be issued only after the University Day (traditionally held on 30th September of every year).
Students wishing to receive their ranks may write to firstname.lastname@example.org. The student’s rank will be provided within 3-5 business days.
Please contact the Administrative Office of your respective School for the Character/Attendance Certificate.
This letter is issued by the Registrar’s Office. You are advised to contact them.
Yes, a person with an authorization letter can collect documents for a student. You are requested to please mail the authorization letter to email@example.com. The authorized person should visit the Examinations Office with a valid identity card.
Please fill out this Enquiry Form and send a scanned copy by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or submit the hard copy to the Examinations Office. The Examinations Office will then arrange the necessary documents in a sealed University envelope within 3-5 business days. You must, however, collect the documents and dispatch them yourself, and at your own cost. You are welcome to use the University courier service at Reception.
Please notify the relevant Assistant or Associate Dean (Academics) of your School within 5 days of the date of missed examination. They will look into your request.
If they approve your request, you will get an “I” (for Incomplete) instead of “F” on your transcript. An “I” grade does not affect the GPA/CGPA. In case of a re-sit examination, your previous grade will remain.
However, please note that no fee refund will be provided.
Please feel free to write at email@example.com. You may also submit any suggestion/feedback in the box placed at the front of the Examination Office.
Students are advised to contact their faculty member. For re-sit examinations, the format may vary. The Examinations Office will intimate guidelines to students stating whether it will be an open book, closed book, sit down or take home examination.
Students seeking assistance for their disability/medical condition must approach Disability Support Committee well before beginning of the semester examinations. Failure to register with Disability Support Committee will mean that special arrangements may not be put in place for conduction of examination. For assistance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For International Students: Please contact the Office of International Affairs and Global Initiatives at email@example.com.
For Students who are Indian citizens: JGU does not facilitate this procedure, and you are requested to please visit the Haryana Higher Education website for further information: <p class=”rtejustify”>.
The Examinations Office only provides the breakup as total internal marks and total external marks. However, for detailed internal components you are advised to contact your course instructor.
Following are the security features of the degree:
01. Micro Line printing: A word or phrase so small that it appears to be a line or pattern to the naked eye. When magnified, micro
02. High Resolution Border: Intricately designed BORDERS can be achieve through high resolution printing. The designs get
destroyed when scanned or copied, making accurate reproduction of the document is difficult and tedious.
03. Artificial Water Mark: Artificial watermark can be seen by holding the document against the light at a 45 degree angle.
04. Gold Foil Seal: The seal is printed on the document. It can protect the document very well than holograms because the foil
image become part and parcel of the paper. It is difficult to peel off. It is used in the most formal applications and expressions
of the university’s identity and is reserved as a formal insignia for documentation of the institutional and legal importance.
05. Barcode: A barcode is optical and machine readable form of data to identify objects. A bar code allows a machine to retrieve
the information about object through a unique visual code format crating by the drawing adjacent lines with variable width
06. Numbering of document in OCR Font: Optical Character Recognition is the recognition of printed or written text character
by a computer. This involves photo scanning of the text character-by-character, analysis of the scanned-in images, and then
translation of the character image into character codes, such as ASCII, commonly used in data processing.
07. Microchip: A contactless integrated circuits is used for the storage and processing of the data, embedded e.g. in passports etc.
08. Hologram: A hologram is a physical structure that diffracts light into image. The term “hologram” can refer to both the
encoded material and resulting image.
09. University Stamp: It is used in the most formal applications and expressions of the university’s identity and is reserved as a
formal insignia for documentation of the institutional and legal importance. For example degree, diploma, certificates and
10. QR Code: A machine readable code consisting on an array of black and white squares typically used for storing URLs or other
information for reading by the cameras on a Smart Phone.
The Layout of sample degree can be seen here