Today the results of the ICSE (Class 10) and ISC (Class 12) examinations were declared at 3pm. The students of Kolkata were eagerly waiting for their results and one of them was also Ananya Maity. The girl can now be called a topper as she got 99.50 % in her class 12th board examinations.
Girls have fared better than boys in both ISC and ICSE exams . In Class 10 exam, girls secured a pass percentage of 99.03% whereas boys got 98.13%. In ISC, girls performed better with 97.73% pass percentage against 95.39% by boys .
The girl did her schooling from Heritage School, Kolkata. When contacted her principal Seema Sapru she said, “I am delighted. I cannot tell you how happy I am. She is a wonderful child. She’s not only brilliant, in academics but also in creative writing. What’s more, she’s down to earth and well behaved”.
Her father was overwhelmed looking at Ananya’s excellent result. “She has an inclination for creative writing. She also loves to play the piano. Needless to say, she devoted a number of hours in studies,”
Students who appeared for the class 10th or class 12th board exam conducted by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination can check their results now at the official website, cisce.org.
Continuing the past year trends, girls have outshone the boys in ISC results. CISCE has declared results of total 988 ISC schools.
In ISC, 33,930 girls candidates appeared and passed 33,161 exam. Out of the 39,703 boys appeared, 37,872 candidates qualified for the higher education. In Delhi-NCR, the pass percentage stood at 97.72% for 31 ISC schools, the CISCE council declared results of total 1978.