CBSE has issued a sample format of Grade Sheet to be issued to class 10 students this year. This is statement of subject wise performance for the students who have given their class 10 board exam in March 2010. This is an informative move by CBSE to get you ready for the latest update. We have posted multiple article on CGPA, Grading system. You can see the same for better understanding.
This circular ends the old marking system and replaced by newly formed Grading system. This system comes with so much debate and question marks. We have tried to provide you the full information about grading system. The sample model released by CBSE is described and researched as well to keep your information book updated.
What changes applied in Grade Sheet?
This Grade Sheet clears that marks will not be displayed in this performance sheet. There will be only grades. Students will be awarded grade points for each subject and they will get a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) for all 5 subjects. The new scheme brings a good news for students as it will reduce some pressure and allows you to perform better in other subjects as well with inclusion of subjective and formative assessment. With more practical and projects, CBSE has been trying to induce overall advancement in students.
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.
Students can obtain subject wise indicative percentage of marks by multiplying GP of the subject with 9.5. Overall indicative percentage of marks can be obtained by multiplying CGPA with 9.5.
The whole calculation procedure of CGPA and Percentage is provided in the above mention article. Kindly inform us if you face any difficulty while understanding the facts and formulas.
You can get the format from HERE