CBSE 10th result 2016: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is likely to declare CBSE 10 class result 2016 on 28th May on official websites cbse.nic.in, cbseresults.nic.in and results.nic.in (or results.gov.in). However, students should remember that this can be delayed as happened last year when CBSE Class 10 results were scheduled to be announced on Wednesday (May 27, 2015), but then they were postponed and were finally declared on Thursday (May 28, 2015 at 2 pm). Some reports indicate the actual announcement day as far back 30th May.
All students can do now is keep waiting and checking this space as well as the CBSE websites for the latest updates on CBSE result 2016 class 10. Before the results get declared, students must understand how to deal with the various situations they may have to face based on the kind of results they get. So, here we present the top 5 FAQs to clear all doubts and help them move forward quickly. Ever since the pattern of examination was changed for class 10 students and CBSE 10th board exams were made optional, students and parents have had to deal with a lot of confusion regarding the examination. Here are 5 frequently asked questions (FAQs):
Q1. How many times can a student appear in EIOP (Eligible for Improvement Of Performance) in class 10th?
A1. Student who has obtained E1 or E2 grades in any or all the five subjects is eligible for improving his/her performance in any or all the five subjects and can reappear once for Improvement of Performance.
Q2. What is CGPA? How is it calculated?
A2. CGPA or Cumulative Grade Points Average is the average of grade points achieved in all subjects excluding the additional 6th subject.
To know how to convert CGPA into percentage, click here.
Q3. Are the grades of classes 9 and 10 combined for CGPA?
A3. No. CGPA grade is allotted in class 10th only, and reflected in ‘Grade Sheet Cum Certificate of Performance’.
Q4. What will the results show when a candidate passes in the additional subject, but fails in one of the main subjects in class 10th?
A4. A language offered as an additional subject replaces a language in the event of a candidate failing in the same provided after replacement the candidate has English/Hindi as one of the languages; and the replacement satisfies the conditions as laid down in the Scheme of Studies.
Q5. Would school show the answer sheet of classes IX and X to the students?
A5. Yes, schools are advised to show the answer sheets of Summative Examination (SA) I & II of class IX and SA I of class X to the students. However, they may take it back for maintaining a record for sometime.