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CBSE class 10 Report Card Grading system

CBSE Class 10 result declared on 30th May 2013. For last 3 years CBSE  is putting Grades at the place of Marks in the reportcard. The newly introduced CBSE grading system in class 9 and class 10 is actually a nine point scale grading system. The performance of students is assessed in nine points starting from A1 to E2.

The grades are provided as below:

1.    A1 –> for 91 to 100 marks ( grade point is 10)
2.    A2 –> for 81 to 90 marks  ( grade point is 9)
3.    B1 –> for 71 to 80 marks  ( grade point is 8 )
4.    B2 –> for 61 to 70 marks  ( grade point is 7)
5.    C1 –> for 51 to 60 marks  ( grade point is 6)
6.    C2 –> for 41 to 50 marks  ( grade point is 5)
7.    D –> for 33 to 40 marks  ( grade point is 4)
8.    E1 –> for 21 to 32 marks  ( no grade point)
9.    E2 –> for 00 to 20 marks  ( no grade point)

Individual grades and grade points will be given for each subject. Students will also get overall grade point for five subjects. This overall grade point is called CGPA (cumulative grade point average) and it can be used to calculate estimated overall percentage of marks obtained by the student.

Calculation of Percentage for one subject : Grade Point X 9.5

Example : suppose a student get B1 in Hindi and his grade point is 8. Now his estimated percentage in Hindi will be 8 X 9.5 = 76 percent.

Calculation of overall percentage : CGPA X 9.5

Example : suppose  CGPA (printed on grade sheet) is 7.8. Now his/her estimated overall percentage will be 7.8 X 9.5 = 74.1 percent.

Note : Abbreviations used against Result :

QUAL – Eligible for Qualifying Certificate,
EIOP – Eligible for Improvement of Performance,
NIOP – Not Eligible for Improvement of Performance,
XXXX – Upgradation of Performance/Additional Subject
N.E. – Not Eligible,
R.W. – Result Withheld,
R.L. – Result Later,
UFM – Unfair means,
SJD – Subjudice?

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