ICSE and ISC examinations are considered to be one of the important examinations in a student life, the results of these examinations are vital for progress in one’s career. Well, the results of Class 10 Indian Certificate of Secondary Examination (ICSE) and Class 12 Indian School Certificate (ISC) exams are finally announced at 3 pm on Monday.
Swayam Das, from St Mary’s ICSE School, Koparkhairane Navi Mumbai, has topped the ICSE examination in all over.
Yes! He is that Intelligent student who scored 99.4% in ICSE examination. See the smile on his face, definitely with the victory sign he wants to display that he has comfortably aced the examination.
Meanwhile, Anokhi Mehta from Jamnabai Narsee School in Juhu got 99.2% shares the 2nd rank with another student. Also, 4 other students from MMR who scored 99% and share the 3rd rank with 6 other students.
Well, the overall pass percentage for ICSE stands at 98.51%.
In ISC it was all-together a whole new ball game as Abhijnan Chakraborty from Lilavatibai Podar School in Santacruz, along with Tansa Shah from Cathedral and John Connon School, Fort had topped the examinations to score 99.5% along with 6 other students.
While Priya Khajanchi and Rakshita Deshmukh, from Poddar school, shared the 2nd rank along with 15 other students who scored 99.25%.
Further, the 3rd rank was shared by Akanksha Gupta from Bombay Scottish School, Mahim, and Rewati Shitole from Sulochanadevi Singhania School, Thane along with 23 other students.
Meanwhile, the pass percentage for Class 12th students is 96.21%.
According to reports, around 81000 students had appeared for the Class 12 examination while around 1.84 lakh students took the class 10 board exams.
Meanwhile, students can check out their result on this official website: cisce.org
Follow these steps:
- Log on to cisce.org
- Select your course: ICSE or ISC
- Enter the Candidate UID, Index no and the Captcha.
- Click on Show Result
- Save and take printout for future reference.
While the pass marks for the ICSE examination has been reduced from 35% to 33%. For ISC students they need to score only 35% marks instead of 40%.
Further, the ICSE examinations were conducted between February 26 and April 12 while ISC exams were held from February 7 to April 2.
We wish you all the luck for the results.