Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has declared ISC exam result 2020 on July 10, 2020. Students will be able to check their result online at cisce.org at 3 PM. The council decided to cancel the remaining papers of class 12th which were scheduled to be conducted from July 1 to 14 due to COVID-19 pandemic.
ISC pass percentage stands at 96.84% whereas for ICSE the pass percentage is 99.34%. A total of 1377 students failed in class X exam while 2798 students unsuccessful in class XII.
To check ICSE / ISC exam result 2020, the students are required to visit the official website. Next, the students have to select their course and enter their UID, index number and captcha code. Other than the official website, students can also check their result by SMS, type message – ISC or ICSE<Space><Unique Id> and send it to 09248082883.
Some days back, CISCE released the assessment scheme that will be used to calculate ISC examination pending papers result 2020. There are three parameters that will be followed to calculate the scores of the pending exams – Average of 3 best performing subjects; marks in practical and project work; percentage of marks in project and practical work.
Besides the assessment scheme, CISCE also notified that it will give an option to the students belonging to ICSE / ISC to appear for the examination in the near future if it decides to conduct it after the proper analysis of the COVID-19 situation.
After the declaration of results, the students are issued marksheets. The marksheets can be downloaded via DigiLocker. For this, the students have to first visit the website, digilocker.gov.in. Then, after coming on the website, the students have to make their accounts. Only after setting up the account, the marksheets and other necessary documents can be downloaded.
Last year, a total of 86,713 students appeared for ISC examination. Out of which, 46,749 were boys and 39,964 were girls. The total number of students who qualified for ISC examination was 83,697. The overall pass percentage was 96.52%. The overall pass percentage of girls was 98% whereas, boys had the overall percentage of 95%. The toppers with 100% marks were Dewang Kumar Aggarwal and Vibha Swaminathan.