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ICSE 10th, ISC 12th Class Results 2021 Updates: Result link active; 24 ISC candidates with learning disability get above 90%

CISCE Board Exam ICSE Class 10th & ISC Class 12th Result 2021 Updates: Students of classes 10 and 12 can check their results on the official website - cisce.org, results.cisce.org.

By: Education Desk | New Delhi I |
Updated: July 25, 2021 10:02:45 am
icse result 2021, icse result 2021, icse 10th result 2021, isc result, isc result 2021, isc result 2021 class 12, isc board resultStudents of classes 10 and 12 can check their results on the official website - cisce.org, results.cisce.org. (Graphic: Abhishek Mitra)

ICSE Class 10th & ISC Class 12th Result 2021 Updates: The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) declared the ISC, ICSE results on July 25 at 3 pm. Students of classes 10 and 12 can check their results on the official website – cisce.org, results.cisce.org. The result of the individual can also be received through SMS. This year, nearly every student has passed the board exams.

CISCE ICSE 10th, ISC 12th Result 2021: How to check score

The schools can check the results by logging in to the ‘career portal’ of the council using the principal’s log-in ID and password. 

If a student has objection(s) related to the marks awarded to them, they can make a written complaint to their respective schools stating the issue in detail. Schools need to look into the issue in detail and only send valid complaints to the CISCE board. For all such requests, schools need to mail to the board at asicse@cisce.org for class 10 and asisc@cisce.org for class 12. All such requests should be sent to the board latest by August 1. 

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Schools and students need to note that this concern raising mechanism is only for correction of calculation of marks

This year, the Council did not conduct ICSE and ISC examinations due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and thus results for the students are formed on the basis of an alternative pattern of assessment. Therefore, recheck of answer sheets will not be applicable this year as the candidates have been awarded imputed marks.

Last year, the Council saw 2.07 lakh students appearing for the Class 10 ICSE examinations. Of these students, 2.06 lakh passed the examination. The pass percentage for 2020 was 99.33 per cent.

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CISCE ICSE 10th, ISC 12th Result 2021 Updates: Check at cisce.org, results.cisce.org

10:02 (IST)25 Jul 2021
No merit list: CISCE chief executive and secretary

“Given the exceptional circumstances under which the results have been prepared, this year too, the CISCE will not be publishing the merit lists for the ICSE and ISC examinations,” said Gerry Arathoon, chief executive and secretary, CISCE. Read more

15:36 (IST)24 Jul 2021
Southern region performs well in ICSE results 2021

In India, the Southern region has the best pass percentage i.e. 100.00 per cent in CISCE ICSE 10th Result 2021, followed by the Western region having a pass percentage of 99.99 per cent. The Southern region also has the highest percentage of girls i.e. 50.02 per cent, who had appeared in the ICSE examination.

15:34 (IST)24 Jul 2021
No merit list to be released this year

“Given the exceptional circumstances under which the results have been prepared, this year too, the CISCE will not be publishing the merit lists for the ICSE & ISC Year 2021 examinations,” said Gerry Arathoon) chief executive & secretary, CISCE.

15:32 (IST)24 Jul 2021
Region-wise ISC pass percentage 2021

The region-wise pass percentage for CISCE ISC 12th Result 2021 is as follows -- North (99.75 per cent), East (99.70 per cent), West (99.91 per cent), South (99.91 per cent) and Foreign (100.00 per cent).

15:30 (IST)24 Jul 2021
ISC - Special category statistics

A total of 4401Scheduled Caste (SC) candidates took the examination achieving a pass percentage of 99.61 per cent, 3399 Scheduled Tribe (ST) appeared for examination with a pass percentage of 99.71 per cent and 15349 candidates from the Other Backward Classes (OBC) category took the exam achieving a pass percentage of 99.80 per cent. Candidates with Learning difficulty (Dyslexia etc) cases were 167 (24 candidates obtained above 90%). Visually challenged cases were 15 (4 candidates obtained above 90%).

15:28 (IST)24 Jul 2021
ICSE - Special category statistics

A total of 11,934 Scheduled Caste (SC) candidates took the examination achieving a pass percentage of 99.97 per cent, 7326 Scheduled Tribe (ST) appeared for examination with a pass percentage of 100.00 per cent and 47,294 candidates from Other Backward Classes (OBC) category took the exam achieving a pass percentage of 99.98 per cent. Candidates with Learning difficulty (Dyslexia etc) cases were 946 (183 candidates obtained above 90%) and visually challenged cases were 22 (11 candidates obtained above 90%).

15:26 (IST)24 Jul 2021
Pass percentage of foreign students is 100% in ICSE this year

The region-wise pass percentage is as follows -- North (99.97 per cent), East (99.98 per cent), West (99.99 per cent), South (100 per cent) and Foreign (100.00 per cent).

15:23 (IST)24 Jul 2021
Girls outshine boys in CISCE ISC 12th Result 2021

A total of 94,011candidates appeared for ISC Class 12 this year. Of out which, 50,459 are boys 43,552 are girls. The pass percentage for CISCE ISC 12th this year is  99.76 per cent. Girls have achieved a pass percentage of 99.86 per cent while boys have achieved a pass percentage of 99.66 per cent. 

15:19 (IST)24 Jul 2021
99.98% candidates clear CISCE ICSE Class10th this year

A total of 219,499 candidates appeared for the ICSE board exams. Of which, 118,846 are boys and 100,653 are girls. 99.98% candidates clear CISCE ICSE Class10th this year. Both, girls and boys have achieved a pass percentage of 99.98 per cent.

15:09 (IST)24 Jul 2021
How can schools check CISCE ICSE 10th, ISC 12th Result 2021

The schools can check the results by logging in to the ‘Career portal’ of the council using the principal’s log-in ID and password.

15:09 (IST)24 Jul 2021
How to checks scores via Digilocker

How to check through Digilocker with Aadhar number

Step 1: Go to digilocker.gov.in
Step 2: Click on ‘Register for DigiLocker’
Step 3: Enter mobile number and OTP
Step 4: Set your username and password
Step 5: Enter your Aadhar number and sign in to check results 

15:07 (IST)24 Jul 2021
No merit list to be announced this year

The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) will not issue any merit list this year since the exams were not conducted. The council did not conduct Class 10 ICSE and Class 12 ISC examinations this year due to Covid-19. The ICSE exams were initially scheduled to start on May 4 and end on June 7, while the ISC exams were to start on April 8 and end on June 18. 

15:06 (IST)24 Jul 2021
How to get CISCE ICSE 10th, ISC 12th Result 2021 via SMS

1. To get ICSE Results 2021 on your Mobile SMS ICSE<Space><Unique Id> to 09248082883.

2. To get ISC Results 2021 on your Mobile SMS ISC<Space><Unique Id> to 09248082883.

15:05 (IST)24 Jul 2021
Steps to check result on website

How to check CISCE ICSE 10th, ISC 12th Result 2021 through website

  • Visit cisce.org, results.cisce.org
  • Enter the course code, candidate UID, Index number and the captcha.
  • Click on the 'Show Result' button to get the results.
  • Click on the 'Print Result' button to get the print.
15:03 (IST)24 Jul 2021
Result link is now active on official websites

The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has activated the link for ISC, ICSE students to check results. Students of classes 10 and 12 can check their results on the official website - cisce.org, results.cisce.org.

15:00 (IST)24 Jul 2021
Students can raise objections till August 1

If a student has objection(s) related to the marks awarded to them, they can make a written complaint to their respective schools stating the issue in detail. Schools need to look into the issue in detail and only send valid complaints to the CISCE board. For all such requests, schools need to mail to the board at asicse@cisce.org for class 10 and asisc@cisce.org for class 12. All such requests should be sent to the board latest by August 1. 

14:54 (IST)24 Jul 2021
ICSE results will be published on July 24 at 3:00 pm (IST), reads the official website

Students of classes 10 and 12 can check their results on the official website - cisce.org, results.cisce.org.

14:52 (IST)24 Jul 2021
CISCE Board ICSE 10th, ISC 12th Result 2021: How to check result via website

Step 1: Visit either cisce.org or results.cisce.org
Step 2: Click on the link ‘Results 2021’
Step 3: Click on ICSE/ISC 2021
Step 4: Type your roll number, text in CAPTCHA
Step 5: Result will appear, download

14:51 (IST)24 Jul 2021
CISCE ICSE 10th, ISC 12th Result 2020 statistics

The pass percentage of class 10 was recorded at 99.33 per cent in 2020, which was an increase from 98.54 per cent lin 2019. For class 12, as many as 96.84 per cent of students cleared the exam, a slight hike from 96.52 per cent in 2019. Of the 2,07,902 candidates who appeared for the ICSE exam in 2020, as many as 1,377 were declared unsuccessful. For ISC, the result was even worse, as many as 2,798 students out of 88,409 had failed the exams.

14:51 (IST)24 Jul 2021
CISCE ICSE 10th, ISC 12th Result 2021 to be declared soon

The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) will declared te Class 10 ICSE for around 2.20 lakh students in  2,500 schools and 1lakh class 12 ISC studying in around 1,200 schools.

The result of the individual can also be received through SMS.

This year, the Council did not conduct ICSE and ISC examinations due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and thus results for the students are formed on the basis of an alternative pattern of assessment. Therefore, a recheck of answer sheets will not be applicable this year as the candidates have been awarded imputed marks.

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