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The Central Board of Secondary Education(CBSE), New Delhi  grading   system   has   been   introduced   at   Secondary School level (for Classes IX & X) from 2009-10. It will minimize misclassification of students on the basis of marks.   It  will  eliminate  unhealthy  competition  among high achievers. 
Scheme of Examinations (Grading):  The student’s performance is assessed using conventional method of numerical marking. The  ‘Grades’  are  awarded  on  a  nine point   scale   to   indicate   the   subject   wise   performance. Those candidates who obtain the qualifying grades  (D  and  above)  in  all  the  subjects  excluding Additional subject as per Scheme of  Studies  are  awarded  a  Qualifying Certificate. Those      awarded  a  qualifying  grade (D and above) in all the subjects excluding Additional subject as per Scheme of Studies are eligible for admission in Class XI. The practice of declaring Compartment/ Fail has been discontinued. The Result of a candidate indicates. Eligible for qualifying certificate (QUAL), Eligible for improvement of performance (EIOP).


The “Statement  of  subject  wise Performance”  is  issued  to  all  candidates  which  reflects  the  Grade,  Grade  Point (GP) and Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA). Cumulative  Grade  Point  Average  (CGPA) is  the  average  of  Grade  Points  obtained  in  all the subjects (excluding 6th additional subject as per Scheme of subjects). Based upon Grade point (GP) and Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA), percentage of Marks can be approximately computed as indicated. 


CBSE 9th/10th Calss Grade Points

Marks Range
Grade
Grade Point
91-100
A1
10.0
81-90
A2
9.0
71-80
B1
8.0
61-70
B2
7.0
51-60
C1
6.0
41-50
C2
5.0
33-40
D
4.0
21-32
E1
--
20 Below
E2
--



A candidate obtaining Grade E1 or E2 in any or all the five subjects (excluding 6th additional subject as per the scheme of studies) is eligible for Improvement Of Performance  in  any  or  all  the five subjects in only one attempt. The  Board  awards  Merit  Certificate  to  such candidates who obtain Grade A1 in all the five subjects (excluding the 6th additional subject) at the Secondary School examination, as per the qualifying criteria.


The  Central  Board  of  Secondary  Education (CBSE) is a National Board of School Education established in 1929 by a government resolution.  It  is  a  self-financed  autonomous  organization with Secretary (School Education and Literacy), Ministry  of  Human  Resource  Development, Government of India, as the Controlling Authority. The jurisdiction of the Board is extensive and stretches  beyond  the  national  geographical boundaries. From 309 schools in 1,962 the Board today has 17,300 affiliated schools as on 31st March 2016. Out of these 17,093 are located in India and 207 in different countries of the world. There  are  1,113  Kendriya  Vidyalayas,  2,620 Government  Schools,  12,966  Independent Schools, 587 Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas and 14 Central Tibetan Schools.


Written by:Chandana
Manabadi Results Updated at: 07:53:00

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