#### CBSE Grading System 2019 – Calculating Percentage From CGPA

Result October 23, 2018 1 Comment on CBSE Grading System 2019 – Calculating Percentage From CGPA**CBSE Grading System 2019 – Calculating Percentage From CGPA: **After the academic year 2010-11, cbse has changed the result pattern from percentage to grading based. The objective of this grading system was to grant grades to the students and not marks, and to minimize the failing concept and give students more chances to perform better.

The cbse grading system for class 10th and 12th will undergo some changes for the 2018 board exams. Although there have been some changes on the grading system. Below we will discuss about the grading system of cbse in detail.

**CBSE Grading System 2019**

In the academic year of 2010-11, cbse announced the change in the result pattern for class 10th boards. Which stated that the students will get their result in the form of grades rather than the percentage, and the total result was calculated as cgpa, this was the CCE(continuous and comprehensive grading system) grading system which was effective from 2010-2017

After that came the YEE (New year end exam) grading system which was quite confusing for most of the people, because of it’s grading technique in which students were given grades according to the comparative performance of all the students giving the exam.

The concept of these two grading system would be better understood by the comparison table given below:

CCE Grading System (2010-17) | YEE Grading System (2018 – Present) |
---|---|

91 – 100 = A1 | Top 1/8th of the passed students = A1 |

81 – 90 = A2 | Next 1/8th of the passed students = A2 |

71 – 80 = B1 | Next 1/8th of the passed students = B1 |

61 – 70 = B2 | Next 1/8th of the passed students = B2 |

51 – 60 = C1 | Next 1/8th of the passed students = C1 |

41 – 50 = C2 | Next 1/8th of the passed students = C2 |

33 – 40 = D | Next 1/8th of the passed students = D1 |

21 – 32 = E1 | Next 1/8th of the passed students = D2 |

0 – 20 = E2 | Failed Students = E |

### Important points to remember

- If there is a tie in case of grades, then the students sharing the same grade will get the same score.
- Grading system is only applicable for the subjects in which the number of passing students will be more than 500.
- If the total no. of passing students are less than 500, then the grading will be according to the pattern of grading and marks distribution for other similar subjects.
- Minor variations for adjusting ties will however be made.

**Calculating Percentage From CGPA**

The biggest trouble for the students and parents is that how to determine their percentage using the cgpa. First you need to know what cgpa is: cgpa is the cumulative grade point average which means the total average grade pointer of a student.

A student can calculate his/her percentage by directly multiplying the cgpa with 9.5. for e.g. if a student scores cgpa = 8.0 then his/her total percentage would be : 8.0 x 9.5 = 76 %. Now this percentage is not fully accurate, but it gives you an approximate total percentage.

### Performance Based Grading System

This grading pattern is still used for 12th class grading, this is the traditional grading system which was also used earlier as cbse grading system for class 10th and 12th. In this the total marks for each subject is given and then the percentage is calculated accordingly.

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## 1 Comment

The Constantly changing CBSE Grading system has proven that CBSE is working so autonomous to do the experiments and dishearten the students under the direction Ministry Of Education, State and Central Governments.

Not CBSE alone but others like NEET and JEE all what none the less than any trap to discourage, dishearten and retard the students from pursuing higher and professional educations, so that politicians, ministers and Governments can enjoy delightful positions for endless periods. Then Officers of such bodies will receive awards for excellence of their trapping tactics.