CISCE ISC Results 2019: The CISCE ISC Class 12 results 2019 has been announced today. The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has declared the results at 3 pm. Today, the declaration of the ISC Results 2019 have sealed the fate of lakhs of students who have appeared for the examination. Soon after the formal declaration of the results, the scorecards will be available on the official website of the board i.e. cisce.org. The candidates can also get the access to the scorecards by clicking on the given below.
We here at News Nation are in close contact with our sources and will be updating all the latest reports here. Hence, we request the students to bookmark this page and check it regularly for all the updates. For the convenience of the students we have also mentioned the steps through which the candidates can download the results.
15.37 pm: Mumbai's Juhi Rupesh Kajaria, Punjab's Manhar Bansal top ICSE class 10 exam with 99.60 per cent: News Agency PTI.
15.37 pm: ISC class XII toppers is Dewang Kumar Agarwal of La Martiniere Boys Kolkata is a science student. The other topper is Vibha Swaminathan of Mallya Aditi International School Bengaluru.
15.29 pm: ICSE results 2019: Region-wise pass percentage
Western region: 99.76%
Southern region: 99.73%
Eastern region: 98.06 %
Northern region: 97.87%
Abroad region: 100%
15.22 pm: ISC results 2019: Region-wise pass percentage
Southern region: 98.91%
Western region: 98.13%
Eastern region: 96.66%
15.22 pm: This year, 98.54% students qualified for higher education ICSE result 2019.
14.18 pm: This year, 86,713 registered for the exam and 96.52 % qualified for higher education up by .31% from last year.
15.14 pm: Western region tops with 99.76 per cent among regions in ICSE results 2019.
15.06 pm: Official website running slow.
15.05 pm: Results not released yet.
14.59 pm: In Class 12, 80,880 students from 1,034 schools appeared for the exam, which was conducted in 48 written subjects. Of these, 14 were Indian languages, five foreign languages and two classical languages. In both the classes girls have outperformed boys. In Class 12, the pass percentage of girls is 97.63 per cent while that of boys is 94.96 per cent. Similarly, in the Class 10 examination, the pass percentage of girls is 98.95 per cent while that of boys is 98.15 per cent.
14.53 pm: Official website is taking some time to open.
14.53: ICSE or Indian Certificate of Secondary Education and ISC or Indian School Certificate exam results will be released on the official websites of the council -- cisco.org -- for the students to download.
14.51 pm: Council has conveyed its best wishes to all its candidates.
14.42 pm: The results will be announced in next 15 minutes.
13.43 pm: From this academic year onwards, the CISCE has revised the passing marks criteria for ICSE and ISC. In order to be declared as having passed the examination, candidates shall obtain 33 percentage instead of 35 percentage for passing ICSE. For passing class 12, students need to score 35 percent instead of 40 per cent.
12.44 am: According to the sources, the board officials have made all the required arrangements and will be announcing the results on time.
11.57 am: The candidates who have appeared for the examination are asked to keep all the details ready for the fast and easy access to the results.
11.50 am: CISCE to announce class 12 results at 3.00 pm
For the convenience of the students, we have mentioned the steps through which the candidates can download the results:
Last year, the result for classes 10 and 12 were declared on May 14. Class 10 results recorded a pass percentage of 98.5 per cent, while 96.21 per cent of the students passed Class 12 exam. Mumbai's Swayam Das was the Class 10 all-India topper with a score 99.4 per cent. Seven students have topped the Class 12 exam with an identical score of 99.5 per cent.
About the council
The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) was established to replace the Cambridge School Education Certificate and it took over three decades to reach to its current form. The first ICSE (Class 10th) and ISC (Class 12th) examinations were conducted in the year 1986, in accordance with the New Education Policy 1986.
The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) also conducts Certificate of Vocational Education Examination at higher secondary level. The Joint Council of Higher Education under the aegis of the CISCE was established complying with the National Policy of Education 1986 on the recommendation of the Ministry of Human Resource Development.