please tell me the grade system out of 90 that what is A1 A2 etc

http://www.cbse.nic.in/cce/CCE%20Certificate-2009-11-A3%20size%20(Coloured)-13-10-2010.pdf

The CGPA is the average of Grade Points obtained in all the subjects excluding additional 6th subject as per Scheme of Studies. An indicative equivalence of Grade Point and Percentage of Marks can be assessed as follows:

Subject wise indicative percentage of marks = 9.5 x GP of the Subject.
Overall indicative percentage of marks = 9.5 x CGPA

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a1 = 10 a2 = 9

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81.9 to 90 = A1

72.9 to 81.8 = A2

63.9 to 72.8 = B1

54.9 to 63.8 = B2

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Until high school, an averaged percentage is provided. A percentage over 90 is considered excellent; between 70-89 is considered to be 'first division'; between 50-69 is considered to be 'second division',between 40-49 is considered to be pass; though these terminologies and classifications depend on the 'board of education'.

Universities here follow Percentage System and 10 point GPA System. The Percentage System works as: Maximum Marks:100, Minimum Marks: 0, Minimum Marks Required for Passing: 35. 100-91% Considered Excellent,75-90% Considered Very Good, 5564% considered good, 4555% considered fair, 4144% considered Pass, 0-40% considered fail. A percentage above 65% is referred as 1st Division and indicates high intellectual level. Some Universities follow weighted average pattern to calculate percentage: 1st and 2nd Semester40% of the aggregate marks, 3rd and 4th Semester-60% of the aggregate marks, 5th and 6th Semester-80% of the aggregate marks, 7th and 8th Semester-100% of the aggregate marks. The 10 point GPA is categorized as follows: 10-9.1 (O ( out of standing ) or A+)- Best, 9-8.1(A)-Excellent, 8-7.1(B+)-exceptionally good, 7-6.1(B)-very good, 6-5.1(C+)- good, 5-4.1(C)- average, 4-3.1(D+)-fair,3.1-2(D)- Pass,2-0(E+-E)-fail. A GPA of over 7 is generally considered to be an indication of a strong grasp of all subjects.

PercentageEqUClassification90 to 1004.5O or (A+)Outstanding70 to 894.0A orDistinction / First class**50 to 693.5B+Second Class40 to 493.0BPass Class2.0CFail
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