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ICSE 10th Results 2022 LIVE Updates: Overall pass percentage 99.97%; girls outshine boys

ICSE Class 10th Result 2022 LIVE Updates: Students of class 10 can check their results on the official website - cisce.org, results.cisce.org. The marks of both first and second semesters will be given equal weightage to arrive at the final scores, board secretary Gerry Arathoon said on Saturday. 

By: Education Desk | New Delhi |

Updated: July 17, 2022 7:13:40 pm

ICSE 10th Result 2022 LIVE Updates: The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) declared the ICSE or class 10 exams results at 5 pm today, i.e. July 17, 2022. Students of class 10 can check their results on the official website – cisce.org, results.cisce.org. They need to keep their roll card handy to be able to check their scores

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The CISCE reported an overall pass percentage of 99.97 per cent this year with girls performing marginally better than boys scoring a pass percentage of 99.98 per cent while boys achieved 99.97 per cent. This year, the marks of both first and second semesters were given equal weightage to arrive at the final score, board secretary Gerry Arathoon said on Saturday. The students who did not appear for either semester 1 or semester 2 examinations will be marked absent. CISCE will not declare their results.

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The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) is a private, non-governmental board of school education in India. It conducts two examinations in India: the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) and the Indian School Certificate (ISC). The CISCE was set up in 1956 at the meeting of the Inter-State Board for Anglo-Indian Education a proposal was adopted for the setting up of an Indian Council to administer the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate's Examinations in India. It is an all-India, but not a government sponsored board (unlike the CBSE and NIOS). It is based in New Delhi.

The Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) Examination is a K-10 public board examination for students in India who have just completed Class X (equivalent to the first two years of the 4 year High School program). Seven subjects are to be taken by the candidates, of which four are compulsory and three have a choice of subjects.

Similarly, the Indian School Certificate (ISC) Examination is a K-12 public board examination for those completing Class XII (equivalent to the end of the 4 year High School program). Candidates must have [English language | English] as one of their subjects, and then may choose either three, four or five more subjects to give exams for.

The CISCE does not accept private candidates, and they must come only through the (English medium) schools affiliated to the CISCE. The medium of examination is English, except the Indian language paper. At the end of examination, marks out of 100 are provided in each subject and a separate pass certificate is given containing the equivalent grades (like almost all other Indian educational boards). Note that apart from the CBSE and CISCE, all states in India also have their own state boards for High School education.

All students are offered and have to study:

“For the computation of the ICSE examination results, equal weightage has been given to both the Semester 1 and Semester 2 Examinations. The marks of Semester 1, Semester 2 and the Project (Internal Assessment) have been added to arrive at the final marks in each of the subjects and papers, ” as per a press release by CISCE.


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Schools can also access the result by logging in to the ‘career portal’ of the council using the principal’s log-in ID and password. The students who are unhappy with their scores will have to write a complaint to their respective school heads. The schools will filter out the valid complaints and accordingly only send valid complaints to the CISCE board. For all such requests, schools need to mail to the board at asicse@cisce.org for class 10

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