Updated: July 24, 2021 3:44:40 pm
The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) final results were released today afternoon at 3 pm for both class 10 and 12 results while the wait continues for students of CBSE affiliated schools.
The ICSE and ISC examinations had been cancelled in April and like the CBSE devised an alternate assessment scheme which used marks from previously conducted internal examinations in the schools, internal assessment and practicals marks given by the board, and class 10 results in the case of class 12 students. The results for these students will be available on the CISCE website and will also be made available through SMS.
There will be no provision for “rechecking” of answer scripts this year, a circular by CISCE Chief Executive Gery Arathoon stated, as students will be awarded “imputed marks”. However, there will be a mechanism for students to dispute the calculation of marks.
“In the event, a candidate has objections regarding computation of marks in the result, she or he may make a written application to the school, stating the objection in detail along with reasons thereof,” the circular stated, which the school is to forward to the board only after reviewing the application, and with documents and remarks supporting the contention. Following this, the board itself will review the application and inform the school if it decides to alter the marks.
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).
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