Year after year, lakhs of candidates appear in the CBSE examination. Examinations are followed up by the results inducing anxiety and stress in minds students. CBSE replaced the trend of awarding marks to CGPA grading system in 2011.

Well this intrigued our analytical minds to calculate CGPA and Percentage of marks on the basis of CGPA. Albeit, CGPA is marked on your certificates, students might feel the need to recheck and ensure there cumulative grades.

One of the most common and reliable method is:

**1. ** **For average CGPA:**

**Sum of all the Grade Points (GP) of each subject must be divided by 5.**

For instance, if an examinee scores the GP for- Subject 1 is 8, Subject 2 is 9, Subject 3 is 9, Subject 4 is 9.5 and Subject 5 is 7

Then the sum of GPs will be: 8+9+9+9.5+7= 42.5

Dividing 42.5 by 5, we get 8.5 which is the aggregate CGPA.

**2. ** For **overall indicative percentage of marks**:

We need to multiply CGPA with 9.5. **(9.5*CGPA)**

**3. ** To calculate **subject wise indicative percentage** of marks

We need to multiply 9.5 with GP of the subject. (**9.5x GP of the subject)**

**The overall grades for consecutive standards 9th and 10th are displayed in the separate boxes on the Grade Sheet cum Certificate of Performance. These grades are awarded on the bases of overall performance assessments in the academic year. **

Here is a glaring paradox and an interesting inference of this marking scheme adapted by CBSE. Individuals with consistent good performance in all subjects are subjected to score a higher CGPA. While students who score exceptionally high in some subjects and less in others get comparatively lower CGPA. This pays off to be jack of all trades and master of none, being unfair to the students who excel at specific subjects.

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