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ICSE 10th Results 2022 Declared: Board records overall pass percentage of 99.97

CISCE Class 10 results 2022: Students of class 10 can check their results on the official website –, The result of the individual can also be received through SMS. 

ICSE Results 2022ICSE Class 10 result: Students of class 10 can check their results at the official website –, (File image)

CISCE ICSE Result 2022 date and time: The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) will declare the results for ICSE (Class 10) on July 17 at 5 pm. Students of class 10 can check their results at the official websites, Candidates can check their individual scores through SMS too. 

The CISCE reported an overall pass percentage of 99.97 per cent this year with girls performing marginally better than boys scoring a pass percentage of 99.98 per cent while boys achieved 99.97 per cent.

As per the official release, the marks of semester 1, 2 and project/internal assessment have been added to derive the final result of the ICSE exams. The schools can check the results by logging in to the ‘career portal’ of the council using the principal’s login ID and password. Additionally, students can also receive marks via SMS or through Digilocker app

The students who could not pass the ICSE 10th exam 2022 can apply for revaluation or rechecking. The rechecking window will be activated from after the declaration of the results till July 23, 2022. Students can apply for rechecking on the official website – The charges for the same will be Rs 1000 per paper per subject.

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CISCE Class 10th results: Date, time and result websites announced

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 for class 10. Schools and students need to note that this concern raising mechanism is only for correction of calculation of marks.

The rechecking module will be active from July 17 to July 23. Candidates will have to pay a fee of Rs 1000 per paper per subject to avail the facility.


Last 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. In 2020, 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.

First published on: 16-07-2022 at 07:20:18 pm
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