New Delhi | Jagran Education Desk: The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination, also known as the CISCE, on Friday (July 10) declared the result for the board examination of class 10th. The result was declared by the CISCE at its official website "cisce.org" and "results.cisce.org". The students can also check their results via SMS. To get results on SMS, the students would need to send their Unique id to 09248082883 in the following format: 'ICSE/ISC (Unique ID)'.

According to the CISCE, 99.33 per cent students have cleared the class 10th board exams. The board has further said that it will not declare the merit list for class 10th board examination this year.  

Here is how you can check the ICSE Class 12th results online:

1. Log in to the official website of ICSE at cisce.org.
2. Click on the link “Results 2020”
3. Click on your course “ISC Results” from the two given options
4. Login with your unique CISCE unique ID and index number
5. Carefully enter the CAPTCHA displayed on the screen and click submit
6. Your result will be displayed on the screen
7. Students are advised to download the result for further requirements

Earlier last month, CISCE had told the Supreme Court that the results for the remaining examinations will be prepared based on the student’s performance in previous examinations and internal assessment.

Pass percentage of 2019 results for 10th class:

The pass percentage of candidates who appeared in the ICSE 2019 exam was 98.54%. Two students had jointly shared the first rank, 10 students had shared second rank by scoring 99.50% marks and 24 students were placed in third rank with a of score 99.20 per cent marks.

The students waiting for the results can also check their score card on the website of Jagran Josh.

Here’s the toppers list of 2019 class 10th board exams:
Rank 1: Juhi Rupesh Kajaria of Jamnabai Narsee School, Mumbai (99.60%)
Rank 1: Manhar Bansal of Little Flower Convent School, Muktsar (99.60%)
Rank 2: Anwesha Chattopadhyay
Rank 2: Saurabh Sanjanwala
Rank 2: Anushree Chaudhary
Rank 2: Ananya Agarwal
Rank 2: Avi Saraf
Rank 2: Yash Jitendra Bansali
Rank 2: Raj Gosh
Rank 2: Anushka Sachin Agnihotri
Rank 2: Radhika Gupta,
Rank 2: Nimitha Jose Edassery
Rank 3: Upayande
Rank 3: Drushti Lalit Attarade
Rabk 3: Sounak Bose

In ICSE, girls had done better than boys. The pass percentage of girls was 99.05% while boys have achieved a pass percentage of 98.12% in 2019.

Posted By: Tushar Kumar Laleria