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Punjab Board Grading System 2022 is laid forward by the Punjab School Education Board (PSEB). All the matters pertaining to matriculation as well intermediate education in the state of Punjab are looked after by the Punjab School Education Board (PSEB). The Punjab Board Grading System 2022 is quite similar to CBSE Grading System, with some minor changes in the passing criteria. The Punjab Board exam assesses the students on the basis of the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) pattern. The Punjab Board Grading system is almost the same for both class 10th and 12th examinations. The minor changes arise due to the difference in the maximum marks for practical and theory exams.
Punjab Board Grading System 2022 is a seven-point-scale grading system, which assesses the student's performance on the grounds of the marks scored by them in the Board Examinations. The highest grade that can be obtained by a student is 'A1' while the lowest grade is 'D'. Read the article given below to get a clear understanding of the Punjab Board Grading System 2022.
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Punjab Board Grading System 2022 for Class 10th & 12th
Punjab Board Grading System 2022 is a seven-point-scale grading system, with the highest grade as 'A1' while the lowest being 'D'. This Grading System helps the Punjab Board to examine the grades of the students in correlation with the marks scored by them in the Board examination. The tabulated arrangement given below represents the Punjab Board Grading System 2022.
Since the Punjab Board Grading System 2022 imitates the CBSE Grading system, the method of conversion of grades to percentages is also the same. You will find this under the next heading.
Conversion of Grades to Percentage
The conversion of Grades to Percentages is represented below with the help of the tables:
Punjab Board Scheme of Exam 2022
As per the Punjab Board Scheme of Exam 2022, subjects are divided into two groups - A & B. The total number of subjects in both groups is 8. There are 6 subjects in Group A while Group B comprises 2 subjects. The subjects are listed below under the specific group heads:
Group A subjects
- Punjabi/Punjab history and culture
- Social science
Group B subjects
- Vocational Subjects
The scheme of exams for the Vocational subjects is represented below:
Punjab Board Exam 2022 Passing Criteria
Earlier, Students needed to secure a minimum of 33% marks in each subject as well as in aggregate to pass the Punjab Board Exams. But lately, a major amendment has been made to this scheme. Recently, a new passing criterion has been addressed by the PSEB which states that the students are required to score atleast 20% marks in each theory as well as in the practicals to pass those subjects, while the aggregate score of both theory and practical should be atleast 33%. on fulfilling these conditions, they would be considered as pass.
This is believed to be a student-friendly move as this will increase the pass percentage of the state. But the same has been a matter of controversy for some educational institutions on the accounts that this will lower the quality of the students of PSEB.
Punjab Board 2022 Result Rechecking/Revaluation
After the PSEB releases the Board Examination result 2022, instances may arise when some students might not be satisfied with their result. Students might feel that they would have scored more marks than what has been awarded to them. Such students need not worry as PSEB provides the facility of result Rechecking/ Revaluation. All they need to do is, fill the Rechecking/Revaluation application online through the Rechecking/Revaluation portal available on the official website.
Students can log in and fill the form by paying the required fee. The result will be updated after the board addresses the applications. The Board generally takes 10-15 days to release the updated result after reviewing the results of the applicable students.
Punjab Board Compartment Exams 2022
As per the new criteria, the minimum marks required to pass a subject are 20% while the student needs to score atleast 33% in aggregate to claim the Punjab Board Passing Certificate. But, if a student fails to fulfill any of the two mandatory conditions, he/she would be eligible to appear for the Punjab Board Board Compartment Exams 2022 and improve the score and finally obtain the Punjab Board Board Passing Certificate. The students can fill the Compartment exam forms in their respective schools. The Punjab Board Compartment Exams 2022 result will be declared after the successful completion of the compartment exams.