Eligible Candidates On Foreign Funded And Overseas Scholarships According To GPA And CGPA

GPA and CGPA both are based of a student’s performance in a whole semester, colleges and universities also give more importance to GPA than CGPA while granting admissions to students. Grade Point Average (GPA) is calculated for a single term or a year, and Cumulative Grade Points Achieved (CGPA) is calculated for the entire duration of a course. The CGPA is used as a criterion for graduation honours and shown on the student’s transcript.Gpa and Cgpa

Difference between GPA And CGPA:
A student’s Grade Point Average (GPA) is calculated as Cumulative Grade Points Achieved (CGPA) that multiply the grade points for the grade achieved by the course weight. GPA and CGPA are grade systems used in different colleges and universities to measure of a student’s educational abilities. Numerical grade value is A = 4 points, B = 3 points, C = 2 points, D = 1 point, and F = 0 points.

Gpa and Cgpa

Foreign Funded And Overseas Scholarships Scholarships:

Eligible Candidates for Foreign Scholarships must have a minimum qualification of MSc., MA, BE, MBBS, BDS or equivalent (a total of 16 years education). The candidates who are already availing any other scholarship offer are NOT eligible to apply. All scholarships will be awarded on open merit. More detail is available on HEC official website: www.hec.gov.pk

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