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The Assessment indicator guidelines are used for arriving at the Key Aspect Grade Points. The Key Aspects under each criterion have their own weightages according to the relative importance of the said key aspect in the context of the type of institution. Finally, at the criterion level, there are specified differential weightages according to the type of institution. Therefore, the grade points assigned to different Key Aspects and Criteria get normalized at two levels, before the final CGPA is calculated for the institution. The CGPA is thus calculated with the application of weightages at two different levels of assessment.