The pass percentage for class 12 students is 96.21%.
Southern region has recorded the highest pass percentage in ICSE with 99.69 pass percentage this year.
Students can check live updates and stay updated about the development regarding results here.
ICSE, ISC Result 2018: Live Updates
May 14, 5:44 pm: For ICSE in India, the Southern region has the best pass percentage i.e. 99.69% followed by the Western region (99.67%), Eastern region (98.02%) & Northern region (97.91%). Abroad, ICSE has achieved 100%.
For ISC in India, the Southern Region has the best pass percentage i.e. 98.38%, followed by Western Region (97.22%), Northern Region (95.97%) and Eastern Region (95.85%). Abroad, ISC has achieved pass percentage of 99.36%.
May 14, 5:40 pm: The ICSE Examination has been conducted in 61 written subjects of which 22 are Indian languages and 10 are foreign languages. The ISC Examination has been conducted in 48 written subjects of which 14 are Indian languages, 5 are foreign languages and 3 are classical languages.
May 14, 5:40 pm: The pass percentage obtained in the major subjects in the ISC Examination:
English 99.44%; Bengali 99.92%; Hindi 99.72%; Economics 85.80%; Commerce 96.09%; Accounts 91.75%; Mathematics 86.41%; Physics 96.83%; Chemistry 98.57%; Biology 98.81%; Computer Science 99.54%.
May 14, 5:38 pm: The pass percentage obtained in the major subjects in the ICSE Examination:
English 99.75%; Bengali 99.71%; Hindi 99.91%; History, Civics & Geography 98.77%; Mathematics 95.25%; Science 98.65%; Commercial Studies 99.11%; Economics 96.83%; Physical Education 99.97%; Computer Applications 99.99%; Economic Applications 99.97%; Commercial Applications 99.96%.
May 14, 5:35 pm: 83,018 girls appeared for the ICSE examination and 82,146 candidates passed. 37,828 girls appeared for the ISC examination and out which 36,933 qualified. In both ICSE and ISC, girls have done better than boys.
May 14, 5:33 pm: In ISC examination 43,052 students attended the exam and 40,883 qualified.
May 14, 5:32 pm: 1,00,369 boys wrote Class 10 exams, out of which 98,517 qualified for higher education.
May 14, 5:31 pm: 1,83,387 and 80,880 candidates appeared ICSE and ISC exams respectively.
May 14, 5:30 pm: Students from 2,161 schools attended in the ICSE examinations this year in India and abroad, while, students from 1,034 schools appeared in ISC exam.
May 14, 5:20 pm: Mumbai boy Swayam Das emerged the Class 10 all India topper with 99.4 per cent. Jalandhar's Jasmin Kaur Chahal and Mumbai's Anokhi Amit Mehta jointly bagged the second position with 99.2 per cent each. The third position was shared by 12 students who scored 99 per cent each.
May 14, 5:20 pm: 15 students scored more than 99 per cent in the Class 10 exam. In Class 12, the top score was 99.5 per cent, bagged by seven students from across the country. The second position of 99.25 per cent was shared by 17 students. The third highest score was 99 per cent, bagged by 25 people.
May 14, 3:25 pm: The pass percentage for class 12 students is 96.21%.
May 14, 3:20 pm: All India topper for ICSE (Class 10) is Swayam Das from St Mary's ICSE School, Navi Mumbai with 99.4% marks.
May 14, 3:15 pm: CISCE has always registered a higher pass percentage in comparison to all other boards.
May 14, 3:15 pm: To check your results, follow these steps:
#ICSE#ISC result declared by #CISCE- Anisha Singh (@all_the_phools) May 14, 2018
CISCE has always registered a higher pass percentage in comparison to all other boards. The pass percentage for class 10 is 98.51% this year. pic.twitter.com/bxc6Ndv2zt
- Go to CISCE website, cisce.org
- Click on "Results 2018" link
- On next page first, choose your Course (ICSE or ISC), then enter your UID and index number. Then enter the captcha. Then click show result.
May 14, 3:02 pm: ICSE and ISC result released on the official website.
May 14, 3:00 pm: The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi, declares the results of Class 10 (ICSE) and Class 12 (ISC) examinations, 2018 from the Council's office, E - 4, Sector 1, NOIDA, Uttar Pradesh.
May 14, 2:55 pm: ICSE results will be published on14/05/2018 03:00 PM IST
May 14, 2:54 pm: ISC results will be published on14/05/2018 03:00 PM IST
May 14, 2:45 pm: Digitally signed documents would be available through Digilocker two days after result declaration, that is from may 16 onwards.
May 14, 2:30 pm: There has been no change in result declaration time and the result will be available at precisely 3:00 pm today.
May 14, 2:15 pm: Digitally Signed copies of marks sheet will be made available through the Digilocker facility of Government of India.
May 14, 2:00 pm: Students would be allowed seven days time to apply for rechecking after result declaration.
May 14, 1:30 pm: Meanwhile, the admit cards for JEE Advanced exam have been released. Several class 12 students from Science stream and maths group would be appearing for the entrance exam meant for selection to IITs.
May 14, 1:00 pm: The result will be announced after the next two hours. Students are advised to keep their Unique ID ready to check the result as and when it is released on the website.
May 14, 12:30 pm: CISCE is considered as one of the toughest education boards, however, students have consistently performed better in the exams. In 2017, pass percentage for class 10 students was 98.53% and for class 12 was 96.47%.
May 14, 11: 45 am: Approximately 1,84,253 ICSE students and 81,758 ISC students appeaerd for the board exam and are awaiting their result.
May 14, 10:45 am: Students would get to check their result through SMS as well. Students would need to follow the SMS format provided on the official website and send it to 09248082883.
May 14, 10:00 am: CISCE, this year, has decreased the percentage required to pass in the exam. This is expected to increase the pass percentage significantly.
May 14, 9:00 am: This year ICSE students need 33% to qualify, ISC students need 35% to clear the board exams.
May 14, 8:30 am: Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) will declare the ICSE and ISC board result at 3:00 pm today.
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