RGPV Aggregate Calculator | RGTU BE Degree Average

RGPV Aggregate Calculator | RGTU BE Degree Average Calculator

RGPV Aggregate Calculator / RGTU Aggregate Calculator is a very useful and handy calculator for Bachelor Of Engineering (B.E.) students of Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya/ Rajiv Gandhi Technical University (RGPV/RGTU) Bhopal, Madhaya Pradesh. Students can calculate aggregate marks of all eight semesters scored by them. When RGPV Result come student rush to calculate there engineering aggregate to know where they Stand.

 

SEMESTER MARKS
First
Second
Third
Fourth
Fifth
Sixth
Seventh
Eighth
Aggregate
Note :Enter the marks scored in the semester out of 1000.
Enter the marks scored in all semesters.
Don’t enter marks in percentage.Ways To World.com

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How to calculate aggregate using RGTU Aggregate Calculator?

You can use following aggregate calculate to calculate your aggregate –

Steps to use above calculator are below –

RGTU Aggregate Calculator
is a calculator for B.E. students. Students can enter the marks scored
by them in all semesters (out of 1000) and can check the aggregate
percentage.

Instructions to be followed to calculate aggregate using RGTU Aggregate Calculator :

1. Enter the marks scored in the semester out of 1000. Do not enter the percentage (%) scored in the semester.

2. Enter the marks scored in all semesters, (i.e., from 1st semester to 8th semester).Do not leave the field blank.

Note:
Aggregate is only meaningful when you know the marks of all years (all
semesters). Therefore students should enter the tentative
marks/approximate marks they are likely to get to know know what
aggregate they could have, they can try to improve their future results.

3. Enter the marks scored in right order. Wrong order will give wrong result. For example, do not enter the marks scored in 1st semester in 3rd semester.

Tip: With the help of RGTU Aggregate Calculator,
you can find out how many marks you have to score in the further
semester to get particular aggregate percentage. If you do not know the
marks of all semester, then enter the marks you already know in
appropriate fields. Then fill the remaining blank fields with the marks
you expect (your approximation), then check how much percentage you
score from above marks. Try different combinations to get more accurate
results.

Manual Method to Calculate Aggregate

Since
manual method is very tedious and does not give right result too. but
we are providing the way to calculate aggregate for just the case you
want to try it by yourself.

Aggregate: In
Engineering, to calculate aggregate you have to take into consideration
of the marks.

The weight-age of the marks of different years in
engineering (B.E./BTech) are as follows:

First Year : 10%

Second Year : 20 %

Third Year : 30%

Fourth Year : 100%

Thus to calculate the aggregate percentage, perform following steps:

1. Calculate the weighted marks of different years.

2. Calculate the sum of above marks.

3. Divide the above sum by grand total.

4. Multiply the above calculate value by 100 to get aggregate percentage.

Average:
Average is simply the arithmetic mean of all the numbers (or marks)
taken into consideration. For example, if you have 4 numbers (or marks),
the average will be the sum of all the 4 numbers divided by 4.

Thus in calculating average all the numbers (or marks) are given equal weight-age.

Comparison Between RGPV Aggregate and RGPV Average

Aggregate vs Average

The
two terms seems to have similar meaning, but when used in context with
Engineering there is a difference between the two. Before having any
further discussion about the two terms, let’s find what exactly the
meaning of the two terms is and how to calculate it.

You can also following aggregate calculate to calculate your aggregate –

Note :
Aggregate is only meaningful when you know the marks of all years (all
semesters). Therefore students should enter the tentative
marks/approximate marks they are likely to get to know know what
aggregate they could have, they can try to improve their future results.

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