Odisha’s Abineet Parichha topped the ICSE (Class-10) with 99.2% marks, as the results of Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) board were declared today.
Abineet Parichha from the Little Flower School, Bolangir, Odisha topped the ICSE (Class-10) with 99.2% marks, as the results of Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) board were declared today.
Further, Mumbai’s Aadyaa Maddi (99.75%) topped the ISC (Class-12) under the same board.
The pass percentage of ISC and ICSE went up by 0.18% and 0.01% from last year, standing at 96.46% and 98.50%, respectively.
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This year 42,880 students took the ISC exams, which began on February 8 and got over on April 8, from all over the country.
The ICSE exam, which started on February 29 and concluded on March 31, saw 1, 69,381 students writing the papers.
Candidates can see their results by selecting their course code (ICSE or ISC), entering their unique id and the Captcha and then clicking on the ‘show result’ button. A print out of the result can also be taken.
Students can also get their results through SMS. Student should send “ICSE” or “ISC” followed by the seven digit unique ID to 09248082883.
Schools can access the results by logging into the career portal and using the principal’s log-in and password.
Last year, 1,58,833 appeared for the Class 10 exam and 71,141 students wrote the Class 12 exam.
There were 70,624 girls and 88,209 boys who appeared for the Class 10 exam and 32,482 girls and 38,659 boys took the Class 12 papers.
For ICSE, the pass percentage of girls was 98.95, while for boys it was 98.12. For ISC, girls had a pass percentage of 97.49 and boys 95.27.
Courtesy: Hindustan Times | Image Credit: Diana Sahu