**What is CGPA?**

It stands for Cumulative Grade Point Average. Here is CGPA calculator.

**Definition:** It is the average of grading points obtained in all subjects excluding the 6th subject as per CBSE scheme.

## CGPA Calculator How to get Marks from grades

In class 10, CBSE there is a grading system. To get an idea about your subject wise and overall percentage of marks and to calculate marks/ percentage from your grades and CGPA, the given table is helpful. Let’s understand it.

**CBSE is using 9 point grading system as below :**

Sr. | MARK RANGE | GRADE | GRADE POINT |

1 | 91-100 | A1 | 10 |

2 | 81-90 | A2 | 9 |

3 | 71-80 | B1 | 8 |

4 | 61-70 | B2 | 7 |

5 | 51-60 | C1 | 6 |

6 | 41-50 | C2 | 5 |

7 | 31-40 | D | 4 |

8 | 21-30 | E1 | – |

9 | 0-20 | E2 | – |

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.

**The above formula given by CBSE to convert grades into marks and percentage is only an approximation and not exact.**

**CBSE CCE CGPA & Overall Percentage Calculator**

**Here we added a sample result of class 10 for better understanding**

** ****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.

For more insight on grading system and CGPA do check these articles too :

**CBSE Upgraded Grades by one Level in Class 10****How to calculate percentage from CGPA****GP and CGPA to Percentage Calculator****What is CGPA****Criteria for Admission of CBSE students in Class XI**

**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?

Will our 9th grades count for our 10th next year?

Sir,

I’m passed out 10th in 2016,But now i need provisional mark sheet how i get plase suggest me as soon as possible. Or any other way to get in online i meed only original Mark’s.

Thanking you

Thanxxx

please confirm me overall percentage and grade

CGPA se Marks me convert kaise kare?

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