ICSE Class 10 results 2017 and ISC Class 12 results 2017 have been finally announced by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE). The results have been declared on the official website of the council. Ananya Maiti of Heritage School, Kolkata, West Bengal has topped the ISC exams 2017 by scoring 99.5%. Last year,  Aadyaa Maddi of Lilavatibai Podar School in Mumbai had secured the first position in the ISC class 12 exams in 2016 with 99.75%.  

Four students, four students who stood second by securing 99.25% include Ayush Srivastava from City Montessori school Lucknow, Devesh Lakhotia from St Xaviers school Kolkata, Rishita Dhariwal from Jamnabai Narsee School Mumbai and Keerthana Srikanth from Scottish High International School Gurgaon, Hindustan Times reported.

Pune’s Muskan Abdulla Pathan and Bengaluru’s Ashwin Rao have jointly topped with 99.4% each in ICSE exams 2017. On that note, take a look at the list of toppers from last few years:

ICSE Class 1o toppers

2016: Odisha’s Abineet Parichha topped the ICSE 10 exams with 99.2 percent. Sudarshan R from Bangalore, Isha Sethi from Mumbai, Manan Manish Shah from Kandivali and Jyotsana Srivastava from Lucknow who scored 99 percent took the second position. 10 students shared the third position by scoring of 98.8 percent in ICSE class 10 exams.

2015: Kolkata’s Saugata Chowdhury, a student of St. Xavier’s Collegiate School topped the ICSE exams 2015 with 99.20%. Ananya Harshad Patwardhan and Tezan Tapan Sahu from Mumbai shared the first position by scoring 99.20%.

2014: Shreyas Sudhaman from Kumaran Public School, Bangalore; Apoorva Narayanswamy from St. Paul’s English School, Bangalore; Siddhartha Shankar Kahali from Little Flower School, Jamshedpur and Rishabh Raj from St. Paul’s School, Rourkela topped the ICSE 2014 exams by scoring 98.6 percent.

ISC Class 12 toppers

2016:  Aadyaa Maddi of Lilavatibai Podar School in Mumbai topped the ISC class 12 exams in 2016 with 99.75%. The second position was also bagged by Mumbai’s Mansi Puggal with 99.50 percent. Third position was shared by Arkadeb Sengupta and Kavita Desai from Kolkata who secured 99.25 percent.

2015: Arka Chatterjee, from Vivekanand Mission School, Kolkata topped the ISC exam 2015 with 99.75% which was the highest score recorded in the last five years.

2014: Ayush Banerjee, a student from Jharkhand, topped the ISC exams 2014 and scored 99.4%.

Students also have the option to apply for a recheck of the results. The school can apply for a recheck on the official website cisce.org. However, you can apply for a recheck within 7 days of the declaration of the results.