New Delhi: CBSE to declare its Class 10 exam results on 27th May 2016 11:00 AM onwards at official website all over the india (Tamilnadu, Kerala, Mumbai, Bangalore, Uttarakhand and all states in india) at cbseresults.nic.in and cbse.nic.in and steps to calculate cgpa from percentage mark.
CBSE 10th results April 2016 Results Live update: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi planning to declare its Class 10 exam results on 27th May 2016 11:00 AM onwards at official website all over the india (Tamilnadu, Kerala, Mumbai, Bangalore, Uttarakhand and all states in india). CBSE class X SSC (Secondary School Certificate) exam 2016 Time Table (data sheet) for all major subject starts from first week of April to last week of April under the Central board and more than 10 lakh students appeared for the public exam also waiting for their final exam result to get into CBSE 11th class or diploma courses. We campusresult.com brings the CBSE class 10 exam Result date 2016 will be announce at our server from last week of May 2016.
Check CBSE class 10 results 2016
To get your cbse 10th final exam result (namewise and schoolwise) then follow these simple steps and tips to get your result page even in slow server and not loading problem.
Click on the link “CBSE-class 10 Examination April 2016”.
Check the link once result available and enter Register number as per the available in exam Hall ticket.
Hit Get result Submit/View Result button to get your mark and percentage result in next page and can take print out for reference only.
In fact the CBSE School results 2015 for both Class X and Class XII results announced on 27th May 2015 and this year CBSE class 12th result announced on 23 MAY 2016.
Board name: Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi
Exam Detail: CBSE Class 10 exam April 2016
Result 2016 Link: http://cbseresults.nic.in/ (server 1) ||
CBSE Class 10 exam march 2015 Result date: 27th May 2015
Result 2015 link: None
How to calculate cgpa from percentage
Your cbse 10th CGPA is mentioned in your report card as percentage and to calculate your percentage and grades from Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) then follow this simple step. If the grade points for the five main subjects are:
Sub I: 8; Sub II: 9; Sub III: 7; Sub IV: 9; Sub V: 10; Step I: Add all the grade points; 8+9+7+9+10 = 43; Step II: Divide the sum by 5; 43/5 = 8.6; So, 8.6 is your CGPA.