Results for 10th Class ICSE (Indian Certificate of Secondary Education) 2017 will be announced today May 15 at 10:30 am. Students who have appeared for ICSE Class 10th exams can check out their results on the official website of CISCE at www.cisce.org. Last year results of ICSE results were released online around afternoon (2:30 pm-3 pm). In 2016 the total passing percentage for ICSE examinations was 98.54 and for ISC examinations 96.56 percent.The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) will declare the result soon for ICSE examination which was held from March 10 to April 21 at various test centres.
Here are the Steps to check the ISCE results 2017:
- Visit the official website of CISCE cisce.org
- Then click on relevant link
- Enter your roll number and date of birth in the space provided
- Click to submit
- Results will be displayed on the screen
- Download and take the printout of the same for future reference.
In 2016, 2,015 schools presented candidates in India & Abroad for the ICSE Examination in the year 2016 while for ISC examination it was 954. The total number of candidates who have appeared for the ICSE Examination was 1,68,591 while for the ISC Examination it was 72,069. 91,172 number of boys passed the ICSE Examination against 92,900 while for ISC Examination it was 37,023 against 38,834. 1,728 number of boys were unsuccessful in ICSE while in ISC it was 1,811. 74,885 number of girls passed the ICSE Examination against 75,691 while for ISC Examination it was 32,498 against 33,235. 806 girls were unsuccessful in ICSE was 806 while in ISC it was 737. The pass percentage for ICSE was 98.54% while that for ISC it was 96.56%. Both in ICSE and ISC examination girls have done better.
The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations since past seven years has been successfully conducting the centralised evaluation of answer scripts for the ISC Examinations. ISC had 485 centralised evaluation centres across the Country. The ISC Examination Mark Sheets and Pass Certificates reaches the school well before the declaration of the result.