ICSE And ISC Results 2018 Declared: 98.51% Pass In Class 10, 96.21% In Class 12

ICSE And ISC results have been announced. You can check your results here

The Council of Indian School Certificate Examination declared the results of Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) or Class 10 and Indian School Certificate (ISC) or Class 12 board examinations today at 3pm. Students can check their result on the official website: cisce.org.

The results have brought an end to the wait of over 2 lakh students across the country The overall pass percentage stands at 98.5 percent and girls have outperformed boys this year, officials told PTI.

Here’ how students can check your results

* Log on to cisce.org

* Select your course: ICSE or ISC

* Enter the Candidate UID, Index no and the Captcha.

* Click on Show Result

* Take a printout of your result

The ICSE Examination 2018 were held from 26 February-28 March and Indian School Certificate ISC Class 12 examination 2018 started from 7 February 2018 and 2 April, 2018.

Swayam Das from St Mary’s ICSE School, Navi Mumbai is the All Indian topper (class 10) with 99.4% marks while Kolkata’s Ananya Maity has topped class 12 ICSE exams with 99.5 per cent.

NEET

Representational

The pass percentage for class 12 students is 96.21%. 7 students score 99.5% and are ranked at first position. Class 12 pass percentage has dropped from last year when it was 96.47%. Southern region has recorded the highest pass percentage in ICSE with 99.69 pass percentage, followed by Western region with 98.38%. Northern region has 95.97% and Eastern region has 95.85% pass percent, NDTV reported.

The council had announced earlier that the pass marks for the ICSE exam will now be 33% instead of 35%, and ISC students will have to score 35% marks instead of 40% to be declared successful.

The ISC exams began from February 7 and ended on April 2 and the ICSE exams were held from February 26 to March 28.

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