ICSE, ISC results 2021 to be out today; know how marks are calculated
In wake of the second wave of COVID, earlier, the council had decided to cancel the board examination for Class 10 and Class 12.
Only few hours to go for the results to be out as the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) will declare the ICSE (Class 10) and ISC (Class 12) results at 3PM on Saturday. The students will be able to check their results on the council's website, www.cisce.org. You can also access the results through SMS facility where students will be required to send their seven-digit unique id to 09248082883 in the following format: ‘ICSE/ISC (Unique ID)’.
In wake of the second wave of COVID, earlier, the council had decided to cancel the board examination for Class 10 and Class 12. After scrapping the physical examination, CISCE had come with their assessment criteria to assess students.
Assessment criteria for Class 10
The results will be prepared based on average marks scored in the various test and examination conducted by the school at Class 9 and Class 10 for the academic year 2019-20 & 2020-21.The marks will be averaged in percentage form.
Assessment criteria for Class 12
The result will be prepared on the following basis:
- The average marks scored in various subjects/ papers conducted by the school at classes 11 and 12 through the academic year 2019-20 and 2020-21 will be converted in percentage form.
- The average mark of best of four marks in class 10 obtained by students will also be added. Students who have passed class 10 from another other will have to submit their average mark with their school.
- The marks scored by the students in the project work and 2021 practical examination will be added as usual to the theory marks.
This year, approximately 3 lakh students have registered for the examination and are waiting for their ICSE, ISC Result 2021. Also, in order to prepare for the next academic session, CISCE had reduced the syllabus of Class 10, 12 students ahead of the 2022 board examination.
Good luck for your results!