The ICSE and ISC 10th and 12th class results for academic year 2017 will be declared today at 3 PM. In a notification mentioned by CISCE board on its website cisce.org says the result will be declared at 3 PM today.
This year the exam was delayed after the Election Commission of India declared elections of five assemblies Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Goa and Manipur. Due to this, the exam which was supposed to begin on 27 February was rescheduled for 10 March. Likewise, the last date of the exam shifted and the exam concluded on 21 April. A total of 176327 students had registered for the exam this year. Last year, it was announced on May 6 and the year before that they were declared on May 18.
There were at least 8 papers that clashed with election dates in the 5 states and were conducted on a later date. The ISC examination was advanced by a week while ICSE exams were delayed by 10 days. As per the revised timetable, the ICSE exams began from March 10 and ended on April 21 and the ISC exams were held from January 30 to April 26. The ISC exams were to begin on February 6 and the ICSE were to start from February 27, as per the initial schedule announced in December 2016.
The ICSE Indian Certificate of Secondary Education examinations conducted in 63 written subjects of which 22 are Indian languages and 13 are foreign languages. Whereas ISC Examination was conducted in 50 written subjects of which 15 are Indian languages, 6 are foreign languages and 3 are classical languages. For ICSE in India, the Southern region has the best pass percentage i.e. 99.68% followed by the Western region (99.57%), Eastern region (98.30%) & Northern region (97.70%). For ISC in India, the Southern Region has the best pass percentage i.e. 99.14%, followed by Western Region (97.59%), Northern Region (96.36%) and Eastern Region (95.90%). In abroad, both for ICSE and ISC board the pass percentage was 100%.