The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations on Wednesday declared the results for the Indian School Certificate (ISC) and Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) examinations for Class XII and Class X respectively.Students can log on to http://cisce.ndtv.com to access the results online.
Students can also receive results on SMS. For this, SMS ICSE or ISC followed by a space and your index no to 56388.
According to press release by the council, while the pass rate of students in Class-XII was 97.11 per cent, up by 0.03 per cent from last year, the pass percentage is 98.31 in Class-X which is 0.26 per cent more than last year, the board announced today.
There were 55,760 candidates in Class-XII while 1,12,820 students took the test in Class-X ICSE exam held in March.
The pass percentage of girls in Class-X was 98.77 per cent against 97.95 of boys. Similarly, the pass rate of girls stands at 98.26 per cent in Class-XII while it is 96.17 per cent in case of boys.
The topper positions in both the classes have also been attained by girls with the Class-X topper securing 98.80 per cent aggregate marks. The highest marks in Class-X have been secured by two girls with an aggregate of 98.7 per cent.
Western region recorded better results this year with 99.62 per cent students clearing the exam in Class-X followed by students of southern region securing a pass rate of 99.44.
In Class-XII, however, the Southern region recorded the best results with 98.72 per cent students getting through the test followed by eastern region where 97.69 per cent students went past the post.
In Delhi and NCR, girls did better in both the exams.
While 98.29 per cent girls cleared the class-X exam, 98.25 per cent boys crossed the hurdle. In Class-XII, the pass percentage of girls is 98.25 per cent which is substantially better the boys' 95.61 per cent.
The pass rate of SC category students in Class-X stands at 96.44 per cent while the pass percentage of ST students is 97.45. The pass rate of SC and ST students in Class-XII are 95.52 and 92.76 per cent respectively.
(With inputs from PTI