CISCE class 10, 12 results announced: 99% students clear exams; here's direct link to get results
Students can access the results via the website of the Council, cisce.org and results.cisce.org. Besides, they can also check their marks through the CAREERS portal of the Council and SMS.
The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) today announced the Class 10 and 12 results. The ISC, ICSE results were declared on July 24 at 3 pm.
For Class 10 ICSE pass percentage is at 99.98% and the ISC class 12 pass percentage is 99.76%.
For Class 10 ICSE results this year, both, girls and boys have achieved a pass percentage of 99.98%.
For the ISC class 12 exams this year, the pass percentage of boys is at — 99.86% — which is slightly better than girls' at 99.66%.
A total of 1,18,846 boys were eligible for ICSE result 2021. Of them, 1,18,819 or 99.98% have been declared successful. The number of girl candidates was 1,00,653 and out of them, 1,00,635 or 99.98% have qualified.
This year, the ICSE and ISC exams were cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic but the Council had come up with evaluation criteria to prepare Class 10, 12 results 2021.
To get ICSE and ISC results on SMS, students would need to send their Unique id to 09248082883 in the following format: 'ICSE/ISC (Unique ID)'. The CISCE will issue the marks sheet and pass certificate to students through DigiLocker.
If a student has objection(s) related to the marks awarded to him, he/she 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 the valid complaints to the CISCE board. For all such requests, schools need to mail to the board at firstname.lastname@example.org for class 10 and email@example.com for class 12. All such requests should be send to the board latest by August 1. No requests will be entertained after that.
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