The final result will be evaluated after taking into account the grades of semester 1, semester 2 and sensible and inner evaluation exams.
After announcing the results of semester 1 the Council for the Indian Faculty Certificates Examinations (CISCE) will confirm the results of the tenth and twelfth grade exams towards the tip of the follow-up week. The final outcome is entered after the outcomes of semester 2. The final outcome is calculated by taking into account the grades of semester 1, semester 2 and sensible and inner evaluation grades.
The scientists who took these exams can view their results at cisce.org, the place where the answer scripts launched by the board will remain for 60 days from the date of announcement of the results. Students need to enter their Index amount and UID along with the given captcha code to examine the outcome. For these students who may need an objection or want to re-evaluate their grades and answer sheets, they will reach that within seven days of the release of the answer scripts. The benefit record of the scholars will be entered after the final outcome is known.
It should be known that no student got the score of cross or fail within the results of semester 1. Nevertheless, while the pass rate for students of ICSE class tenth is 33 percent, the same for students of ICSE class twelfth is 35 percent. Those students who fail these minimum pass marks are allowed to take compartmental exams, for which achieving pass marks in English and three different subjects is a situation.
No board exams were conducted in the last 12 months due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the overall cross share of the ICSE class tenth was declared 100 percent, while the identical share for the ICSE class twelve was 99.93 percent. In addition, as a result, the record of toppers was not launched. For the final result of these 12 months, the scholars of each class tenth and refinement twelfth demand a reduction in weight to the results of semester 1 and the following wish for the internal evaluation scores.
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