The Indian School Certificate Examinations (ICSE) and Indian School Certificate (ISC) results 2018 will be declared today at 3:00 pm on its official website; cisce.org. Students can check their class 10th and class 12th results online using their roll number. The National Examination Board will announce the details of the marks obtained in a press conference to be held at the council's office. CISCE’s headquarters in Noida will also display the results for their students. This year, over 1 lakh students wrote the ICSE class 10 exam and more than 80 thousand candidates sat for ISC class 12 exam at various exam centres.
Apart from the official website, students and their concerned parents can also check their class 10th and class 12th results 2018 from other third-party websites such as examresults.net. In 2018, the ICSE exams were conducted between February 26 till March 28; whereas the ISC exams commenced from February 7 and continued till April 2.
Steps to download the ICSE class 10 and ISC class 12 exam results 2018:
1. Visit the official website; cisce.org.
2. Below the ‘Careers’ tab, you will see ICSE/ ISC results 2018 link. Click the link.
3. Enter your roll number and other required details and click submit.
4. You will be able to view your CISCE class 10 and class 12 results 2018.
5. Download and take a print out of the scorecard for future references.
In 2017, the pass percentage for ICSE class 10 stood at 98.58 percent and class 12 students secured 96.56 percent. The board will not issue the original mark sheets right after the official declaration of the results. Class 10 students can access the digitally-signed copies of the ‘Statement of Marks’ and ‘Pass Certificate’ from Digilocker right after two days of the result declaration. On the other hand, class 12 candidates can access the same along with the ‘Migration Certificate’ on the same date from the official website of CISCE. To avail the unique username and password, the candidates must sign in to Digilocker by signing in with the mobile number.
This year, CISCE has come up with some modifications on the passing percentage. A Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) in a press release informed that according to CISCE, pass marks for ICSE class 10 and ISC class 12 both were reduced. Class 10 students will only have to score 33 percent and not 35, whereas class 12 students will have to secure 35 percent instead of 40 from 2018 examination onwards.