CISCE Board ICSE 10th, ISC 12th Result 2021: The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has released the Class 10 (ICSE) and 12 results (ISC) exam results today at 3 pm. The result link is activated and students can check their results in both online and offline mode. To check results online, students can visit official websites- cisce.org, results.cisce.org.
Step 1: Visit the official website mentioned above
Step 2: Click on the ‘Results 2021’ link
Step 3: Choose one option between ICSE and ISC, whichever is applicable
Step 4: ICSE and ISC students have to use their unique id, index number to log in
Step 5: The results will appear on the screen after which students can download and get a printout of the marksheet.
For ICSE Class 10 students: Students have to send their unique id in the format- ICSE 1234567 (7-digit unique id)
For ISC Class 12 students: Students have to send their unique id in the format- ISC 1234567 (7-digit unique id)
Rechecking of answer scripts is not applicable for ICSE and ISC 2021 as students have been given imputed marks, an official notification states.
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.
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.
“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.
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).
Last year, 88,409 students appeared for the Class 12 ISC examinations, of which 85,611 passed. More male students had appeared for ISC examinations, with boys accounting for 53.65% of the total number of students and accounting for 46.35%. The Council could not conduct all examinations due to the pandemic, and eight papers were left pending. A decision was made to postpone the pending examinations, however, they were later cancelled.
The ISC Class 12 examinations were scheduled to begin on April 8 and end on June 16. However, following the decision made by the CBSE to cancel Class 12 examinations, CISCE followed suit and cancelled the exam to ensure the safety of students amidst the pandemic and the surge in Covid-19 cases. The students have been assessed on the basis of a new pattern devised by the board.
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