There was no scope of attending the second graduation despite the bad performance earlier in our academic system but now it is possible if one is not satisfied with the present score of the graduation. It does not matter that even a post graduate degree has been taken up.
Improvements in the scorings is sometimes essential since in many organisations while filling up especially the executive posts, selection committee would verify the percentage of each examination and the percentage of each examination should not fall below 60 percent while recruiting the post of Management trainee , administration in SAIL, DVC, ONGC etc. Similarly there are other organisations considering consistency in respect of performance of the aspirants. In NET examination also, there is a pattern of at least securing 55 percent in the qualifying examination, but any aspirant having qualified in NET in the written test, his graduation mark falling below 50 percent would attract the Board otherwise and his posting by way of selection in the lecturership may not in a place of his liking.
Hence improvement in the marks of graduation would be in the line of enhancing of one's employability.
You would be required to meet your Principal from where you have graduated and submit your application stating the cause of improvement of marks of your graduation and your application would be forwarded to the university with the remarks of the Principal. You would be required to submit prescribed fee along with the application.
Thus if you are able to secure beyond 60 percent, your attempt would be worthwhile and your improved marking can be shown in the appropriate places such as in consideration of such posts calling for consistency of marks, your further persual of academic research etc.
If you fail to achieve a better scoring, your last performance in terms of graduation examination would be taken into final in case of selection of your candidature.