The CBSE class 10th result which was declared in the month of May 2017 was in the form of CGPA points. In this system of grading the candidate’s performance are rated on the scale of 10.
CGPA refers to Cumulative Grade Points Average. It is an average obtained mark in all the subjects. CGPA is different from the percentage. CGPA is generally calculated by multiply the overall CGPA to calculate the percentage with 9.5. This grading system plays a major role in student’s internship and placement opportunities. As per the CBSE board of education, CGPA in CBSE class 10 result, the minimum pass marks should be at least 33 percent of the total in each subject.