Evaluation, Grading, and Assessment Process

We at East Bridge University have developed a centralised database system for the evaluation and grading of assignments. The system allows the teachers to grade signature assignments using faculty-created rubrics. The database stored in our system enables us to access information about the student later which helps in computing the grades for students as well as analyse the strengths and weaknesses of students in terms of knowledge and skill development.

The grading rubrics of the assessment database system have been meticulously designed by East Bridge University, keeping in mind the students' vital skills, knowledge, and abilities to move forward in the bigger journey ahead. These rubrics are reflected in the assignments that are submitted by the students where they develop the necessary insights and expertise required to excel in their professional fields.


EBU’s online learning evaluation methods promote critical thinking and information analysis. Our evaluations are based on the materials submitted by the students such as projects, reports, and thesis. Each of the evaluated assignments will account for the final grade.

Each course subject comprises writing assignments which can be a project plan, business plan, reflective writing, lesson plan, critical thinking assignment, etc., and each assignment is evaluated on the:

30% Format

  • Information presentation and organisation
  • Data representation which includes clarity in organising and presenting the interrelationship and hierarchy of data.
  • Detailed Indexing, Maintaining Proper Font Sizes, and Proper Content Division

30% Content

  • Content should align with the Bibliography
  • Content evaluation is based on how comprehensive the content is and how well the student has synthesized and interacted with different concepts. The content in the reports is considered as only 30% of the final grade since the online material is available for the students throughout report elaboration.
  • Minimum length - Subject key points - Concept communication - Topic acceptance
  • Maximum length - Topic analysis - Coalescing ability - Comprehension level

40% PQT- Personal Quality Thinking

PQT evaluation is based on how the student has understood the concepts and has been able to present those in case studies, and personal comments, and apply the concepts to problem solving.

  • The writing should be lucid with charts and illustrations
  • The assignment should be original and plagiarism free
  • The work should not contain any AI-generated content
  • The concepts should be communicated competently
  • Personal style is evaluated based on matter analysis and resolution, and critical thinking


The grading system of East Bridge University is as follows:

Cumulative ( GPA ) Grade Interpretation Grades (%)
4.0 Higher Distinction / A 91 - 100%
3.7 - 3.9 Distinction / B 80 - 89%
3.3 - 3.6 First Division / C 70 - 79%
2.7 - 3.2 Second Division / D 6O - 69%
2.0 - 2.6 Satisfactory / E (Minimum Passing Grade) 50 - 59%
Below 2.0 Fail / F Below 50%

To earn any course credits, a grade point average of E (2. 0-2.6 - 5O - 59%) or higher is required.

Assessment Process

The EBU Assessment Process is done in three phases:

Specialised Evaluation

Once an assignment is submitted, the EBU office reviews the format. If it meets the requirements, the assignment is sent to a professor for content evaluation. Professors are chosen from EBU's academic network based on their qualifications and availability. The professor has three to seven weeks to evaluate the work. If the grade is below 50-59%, the paper needs to be revised and resubmitted. The professor provides academic support and guidance to achieve a higher grade (60-69%). No further improvements are necessary for higher grades.


The EBU Supervisor re-evaluates the paper after the specialized assessment professor. They focus on formatting, personal quality, and meeting EBU's standards. If there are significant differences in quality or grade, the supervisor may adjust the grade by 0.5 points (plus or minus 15%). They can also request another evaluation by a different professor for major discrepancies.

Final Grade & Transcript

The results of the evaluation and supervision of the papers submitted (report, project, or thesis) are presented to the Academic Board faculty for final review and formulation of the grades, certificate or transcript. Finally, the Academic Board member will sign the corresponding diploma/degree and transcript.


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