New Delhi: Celebrations are underway for students as the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has announced the CISCE Results 2017 for ICSE 10th and ISC 12th today at 3:00 PM. Students can finally put their worries to an end after receiving their outcome of hardwork in the form of CISCE Result 2017. The news has given a sigh of relief to nearly 2.5 lakh students from all three streams i.e. arts, commerce and science streams, who have appeared for the annual board exams and are waiting for the CISCE Results 2017. Soon after the official declaration, the ICSE 10th Exams 2017 and ISC 12th Exams 2017 will be available on its official website i.e. cisce.org. The CISCE Result 2017 for class 10 and class 12 students is now live and available on its official website i.e. cisce.org. Alternatively, students can visit isc12.jagranjosh.com / icse10.jagranjosh.com to find the direct link to the official result page.
The overall pass percentage stood at 96.47%. This year, 176327 students appeared for the ICSE Exam 2017. The exams were delayed this year from the schedule due to Assembly polls in 5 states. As a consequence, the ISCE and ISC Results 2017 are also delayed significantly this year.
Reports suggest that the ISC 12th Result and ICSE 10th Result has been announced from the Pragati House Office of the board near Nehru Place in Delhi. Following this, the CISCE Result is made available to the students online on the official website.
Considering the large number of students, it is very likely that the official website i.e. cisce.org might suffer from technical problems which can delay the checking process for students. To avoid this, students can visit isc12.jagranjosh.com / icse10.jagranjosh.com to find the direct link to the official result page.
In 2016, a total of 240660 students participated in the CISCE Board Exam examination. Of the total number, 168591 appeared for the ICSE 10th class examination whereas 72069 candidates participated in the ISC 12th standard examination. The pass percentage in ICSE 10th Result 2016 was 98.54 percent and pass percentage was ISC 12th Result 2017 was 96.56 percent. Last year, nearly 70000 students appeared for the 12th class exam of the CISCE Board. The pass percentage in the ISC 12th RESULT 2016 was exceptionally well at 96.56 percent. Of the total 72069 students who participated in the ISC 12th Board Examination, 32498 girls qualified the examination and 37023 were managed to pass.
The superlative performance of the students in the CISCE Result 2016 for ISC 12th Result 2016 and ICSE 10th Result 2016 can be seen as the indication of efficacious education and examination policies of CISCE.
Steps to check the ICSE and ISC Results 2017: After the official declaration of the results, the board has made it live in their official website. With lakhs of students checking their results at one time there might be some technical glitches. Hence, we request the student to visit this page to check their results without any hassle.
• Enter essential requisite details like roll number / admit card
• Submit the information by clicking on the button provided below
• Save the ISC 12th RESULT 2017/ICSE 10th Result displayed on your screen
Along with checking your result for ISC 12th exam online/ ICSE 10th exam online, students will also have the option to ether download a softcopy PDF or take a printout of the scorecard. We advise students to maintain this copy carefully until the original marksheets are issued by the CISCE Board.
About Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE):
Established in the year 1958, the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) is a national level, private, Board of School education in India that conducts the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education and the Indian School Certificate examinations for Class X and Class XII respectively. The current form of CISCE came into existence after a series of developments over the period of three decades starting with registration of council in the year 1967 under the Societies Registration Act, 1860.
Jagran Josh wishes good luck for the upcoming ICSE and ISC Results 2017!