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CBSE Grading system

posted Oct 26, 2009, 8:21 AM by Anurag Garg
With the academic year 2009-10, CBSE moves to the next level of education!
Class IX & X students will now be evaluated on a 9-point Grading System that is based on Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE).
The academic year gets divided into 2 terms, each having two types of assessment:
Formative = Evaluation of class work, homework, assignment and project work
Summative = Term End Exams
April - September October - March
Two Formative Assessments each of 10% weightage = 20% Two Formative Assessments each of 10% weightage = 20%
Term End Exam / Summative = 20% Term End Exam / Summative = 40%
Total = 100%
9-Point Grading System Roadmap

Grade Marks Range
A1     91-100
A2     81-90
B1     71-80
B2     61-70
C1     51-60
C2     41-50
D     33-40
E1     21-32
E2     00-20

Class X (2009-10) Board Exams happen, however, instead of marks - Grades are given
Class IX (2009-10) CCE gets operational from October 2009
Class X (2010-11) CCE gets implemented & Board Exams become optional
Grading system is based on yearlong performance.

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