# VTU CGPA Calculator | Calculate VTU CGPA Online

Use the VTU CGPA Calculator to check your CGPA score. VTU CGPA Calculator is a free online tool that allows VTU university students or graduates to easily calculate their CGPA. To calculate it correctly, enter the SGPA that you scored in all the eight semesters or up to the semester you have completed.

## VTU CGPA Calculator

To calculate, enter your SGPA for each semester. Leave fields blank if those semesters not completed.

Semester 1  –

Semester 2  –

Semester 3  –

Semester 4  –

Semester 5  –

Semester 6  –

Semester 7  –

Semester 8  –

CGPA:  Percentage:  %

## How to Use VTU CGPA Calculator?

VTU CGPA Calculator is to make your VTU marks and grades calculation easier. This is a free online tool to help the VTU (Visveswaraiah Technological University) students. We all know that calculating CGPA is easy, but most people don’t like to spend much time on manual mathematics because of the availability of online tools. Here, we will show you how to calculate your CGPA faster:

1. Open the VTU CGPA Calculator.
2. Enter your SGPA scores for semesters 1 to 8. Leave the fields blank, if any semesters are not completed.
3. Click on the ‘Calculate CGPA‘ button to display your CGPA.

Done.! Now your CGPA will be displayed below the button.

## How is VTU CGPA calculated?

VTU CGPA is calculated by using the formula CGPA = ∑(Ci x Si) / ∑ Ci. Here, Si is the SGPA of the ith semester and Ci is the total number of credits obtained in that semester. CGPA shall be rounded off to two decimal points.

## What is the formula to calculate CGPA in VTU

CGPA = ∑(Ci x Si) / ∑ Ci

where Si is the SGPA of the ith semester and Ci is the total number of credits obtained in that semester.

CGPA in VTU can be calculated using the formula CGPA = (Your aggregate percentage / 10) + 0.75. Means, if you have 60.50% as aggregate then CGPA is 6.80. CGPA conversion is that simple.

Types of Systems in VTU:

There are two types of system used in VTU. They are CBCS and CBSS.

CBCS (Choice Based Credit System) provides choice for students to select from prescribed courses.

In CBSS (Credit Based Semester System), the student has to earn a certain amount of credits to get the degree certificate.