10th class Grading system is different to Inter grading system | 10th class Grading System method

May 12th, 2010| Uncategorized.

10th standard Grading System

There is a grading system for the tenth standard just like inter.  The Board of Secondary education has decided to release the results in the grading system that are of CBSE syllabus.  These results are going to be released by the end of May 2010. They announced a 9 points grading system and the students who qualified the exam are divided into 8 sections and are given the grades.  There is a 12.5 cut – off marks and depending on that the grades will decided.     The students who secured the top 12.5 percent marks are considered under A – 1 grade.  And from then onwards the grades are given in the descending order.  According to this the grade is given based on the subjects and their total and these grades are informed through E – Seva centers, AP online and through BSNL if the student approach.  The final date of the release of the results is decided by the word that is said by the Secondary School Education Ministry.  There are chances to release the results by 25th May, 2010.

10th class Grading system is different to Inter grading system

The grading system that is introduced for the tenth standard that is in the form of CBSE grading pattern is totally different from that of the Inter grading system. In the results which are released for the intermediate contains A grade for 75% above marks, B Grade for 60 – 75% marks, C grade for 50 -60% and D Grade for 35 – 50%.  These grades are given based on the 12.5% of total students who are divided under 8 sections.  This process is been a bit critical, as it is not considered depending on the students who qualified the examination.  There are chances for the students to get different grades depending on the cut – off marks that are given under grading system.   This system is applicable for the students who secured the same level of marks and the board is saying that all the students who belongs to this section are considered under upper grade only.  Due to this system the cut – off mark, which is 12.5, can be changed.  This kind of grading system that is not clear is not useful for the students and on other hand it creates a lot of confusion.

10th class Grading System is as follows:

A1 – top 12.5% of the qualified students who secured highest marks are considered in this grade.

A2 – the students from Top 12.5% to the next 12.5% ( i.e. 12.5 – 25) are considered to the in this grade.

B1 – the students who are in next 12.5%  (i.e. 25 – 37.5) are considered to the in this grade.

B2 – the students who are in next 12.5% (i.e. 37.5 – 50) are considered to the in this grade.

C1 – the students who are in next 12.5% (i.e. 50 – 62.5) are considered to the in this grade.

C2 – the students who are in next 12.5% (i.e. 62.5 – 75) are considered to the in this grade.

D1 – the students who are in next 12.5% (i.e. 75 – 87.5) are considered to the in this grade.

D2 – the students who are in next 12.5% (i.e. 87.5 – 100) are considered to the in this grade.

E – If the student did not get more than 35% of marks in any one or more subjects which is considered to be failed will be considered in this grade.

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