Friday, May 28, 2010

CBSE Class X Result 2010 – How to Calculate Percentage

Today, CBSE Board, India declared class X result for year 2010. But here is a catch – this year they changed the rating from numbers to grades. Most of the students are apparently confused how to get percentage from their GPA.

How to convert CGPA to Percentage

Here is the simple method to  convert GPA into percentage:

Percentage = 9.5 × CGPA

Example:

CGPA = 6.8

Percentage = 9.5 x CGPA = 9.5 x 6.8 = 64.60%

The percentage calculated by this manner is the overall percentage.

How to convert GP to Percentage

Here is the simple method to calculate percentage from GP:

Percentage = 9.5 x GP

Example:

GP = 06

Percentage = 9.5 x 6 = 57.6%.

The percentage calculated in this manner is the percentage in that particular subject.

 

 

SUBJECT WISE GRADE POINT:

Marks Range

Grade

Grade Point

Percentage

91-100

A1

10

95%

81-90

A2

9

85.5%

71-80

B1

8

76%

61-70

B2

7

66.5%

51-60

C1

6

57%

41-50

C2

5

47.5%

33-40

D

4

38%

21-32

E1

-

-

20-0

E2

-

-

 

The magic number 9.5:

The number 9.5 in the percentage calculation is not a magic number. This is derived using following formula:

Percentage = (10 x GP) - (GP/2)

Percentage = GP(10 – 1/2)

Percentage = GP(9.5) = 9.5 x GP.

 

Hope this will clear students confusion.

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Microsoft Office 2020

Microsoft’s long-term productivity vision explores how we will create and share content; collaborate across teams, organizations and networks; and gain contextually relevant insights based on preferences and intent. Each scene showcases real technologies being explored by Microsoft teams and partners and others in the industry. To see current prototypes we are exploring, go to www.officelabs.com.

in reference to: Microsoft Showcase: Productivity Future Vision (view on Google Sidewiki)

First man to be infected with "computer virus"

A British scientist says he is the first man in the world to become infected with a computer virus.

in reference to:

"A British scientist says he is the first man in the world to become infected with a computer virus."
- BBC News - First human 'infected with computer virus' (view on Google Sidewiki)

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

LINQ-to-Entities - The Pain

So enter LINQ-to-Entities – the ADO.NET team’s “answer” to LINQ-to-SQL. Unfortunately, while LINQ-to-SQL was a wonderful, polished jewel of functionality that was a nice example of IJW (“it just worked”), LINQ-to-Entities seems to be a product of Architecture Astronauts who would rather bamboozle us with their cleverness than actually provide useful solutions.

in reference to:

"So enter LINQ-to-Entities – the ADO.NET team’s “answer” to LINQ-to-SQL. Unfortunately, while LINQ-to-SQL was a wonderful, polished jewel of functionality that was a nice example of IJW (“it just worked”), LINQ-to-Entities seems to be a product of Architecture Astronauts who would rather bamboozle us with their cleverness than actually provide useful solutions."
- hackification.com - Rediscover the Joy of Coding :: LINQ-to-Entities: The Blackberry Storm of ORMs? (view on Google Sidewiki)

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Rules Driven UI using WF (Screencast)

Moustafa has put together this screencast to show off how you can use the Rules Engine capabilities contained in Windows Workflow Foundation outside of a workflow, and leverage it to drive the business logic of a Windows Forms application. Check out the video, and if you're interested in more, then head on over to our community site where you can download the sample.

This is the article that Moustafa mentions that introduces the Rules Engine available at MSDN.

in reference to:

"Moustafa has put together this screencast to show off how you can use the Rules Engine capabilities contained in Windows Workflow Foundation outside of a workflow, and leverage it to drive the business logic of a Windows Forms application.  Check out the video, and if you're interested in more, then head on over to  our community site where you can download the sample. This is the article that Moustafa mentions that introduces the Rules Engine available at MSDN."
- Rules Driven UI using WF | mwink | Channel 9 (view on Google Sidewiki)

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