May 16, 09:15 AM Update: CISCE ICSE results 2017 will be out soon, but not soon enough. After the mess that was the day yesterday, CISCE stated that any expected date for the ICSE result declaration is just ‘expected’ or simple plain ‘rumour’. The ICSE 2017 result date will be notified 2 days in advanced via it’s official website (www.cisce.org) to all who are concerned. So, results may out any day now, no dates are confirmed. We’ll keep you updated though!
The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) will declare the result of it’s Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) 2017 examinations soon. ICSE results 2017 i.e., 10th class results under CICSE board, will be published at www.cisce.org (official website). Previous years’ records suggest that ICSE results are usually released online sometime around afternoon (2:30 pm-3 pm), so that was the expected time today too. We’ll be updating the time here once CISCE makes it official.
#2nd Update, May 15 (12:30 PM): A report by NDTV has made it’s way saying that CISCE would not declare ICSE results 2017 today. The officials said that the date of results will be notified one week ahead on cisce.org and in all leading newspapers. So, does that mean, results will take more than a week to be out?? Here’s hoping CISCE issues any official notice soon.
#Update: Some reports were citing that results would be out at 10:30 AM. That didn’t turn out well. IE is now saying that ICSE results will be out at 3 pm. The board, CISCE on the other hand, has not updated anything of yet. Moreover, it’s website www.cisce.org isn’t responding good too. We’ll update here, keep watching this space.
As the trend follows, the council declares its results for ICSE (Class 10) and ISC (Class 12). Moreover, the results each year are declared probably amid May 18th to May 20th. The official website still hasn’t updated the status that ICSE results are coming today or not, but TOI and several other media houses are reporting that results really are coming today (May 15), so better believe it.
Once the results are out, the candidates will be able to access their results on the official website of the council by filling in their respective credentials as asked. The candidates will only be able to see their individual results only. After day or two candidates who have appeared for Class 12 board exams can collect their original mark sheets, passing certificate, provisional certificate, school leaving certificate and character certificate from their respective schools. While for Class 10 students for time being only the mark sheets will be available while the passing certificate will be made available in July in the respective schools.
The council conducted its Class 10 Board exam from March 10 till April 21, 2017 while Class 12 Board exams kick started from January 30 and came to an end on April 26, 2017. It is to be noted that in the month of January and February only the practical papers took place but the actual theory papers began from March 17, 2017 for Class 12.
The number of schools that presented candidates in India & Abroad for the ICSE Examination in the year 2016 was 2,015 while for ISC examination it was 954. The total number of candidates who appeared for the ICSE Examination is 1,68,591 while for the ISC Examination it was 72,069.
Number of boys who passed for the ICSE Examination was 91,172 against 92,900 while for ISC Examination it was 37,023 against 38,834. Number of boys unsuccessful in ICSE was 1,728 while in ISC it was 1,811. Number of girls who passed for the ICSE Examination was 74,885 against 75,691 while for ISC Examination it was 32,498 against 33,235. Number of girls 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 ICSE Examination was conducted in 63 written subjects of which 22 are Indian languages and 13 are foreign languages. The ISC Examination was conducted in 50 written subjects of which 15 are Indian languages, 6 are foreign languages and 3 are classical languages. For ICSE in India, the Southern region has the best pass percentage i.e. 99.68% followed by the Western region (99.57%), Eastern region (98.30%) & Northern region (97.70%). For ISC in India, the Southern Region has the best pass percentage i.e. 99.14%, followed by Western Region (97.59%), Northern Region (96.36%) and Eastern Region (95.90%). In abroad, both for ICSE and ISC board the pass percentage was 100%.
The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations since past seven years has been successfully conducting the centralized evaluation of answer scripts for the ISC Examinations. ISC had 485 centralized evaluation centres across the Country. The ISC Examination Mark Sheets and Pass Certificates reaches the school well before the declaration of the result.