ICSE Board Class 10th Results 2016India Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) examination started February 26 with Hindi paper and ended with March 30 with Economics (Group II Elective) subject.
ICSE class 10 exam results are available on the official website of Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE).
Last year, ICSE 10th results saw 98.28 per cent students passing the exam. The ICSE 10th results 2016 declared and 98.28 per cent students passed the examination. The Southern region got best pass percentage (99.66 per cent), followed by the Western region (99.46 per cent), Eastern region (98.02 per cent) and Northern region (97.30 per cent). Students can check the ICSE Class 10th scores, by entering his/ her roll number or registration number. Girls have outperformed boys with 30,100 girls and 35,367 boys passing in the ICSE 2016 exam.
1, 49,087 students appeared for the ICSE class 10th exam held by Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) from Feburary 26 to March 30.
Students can check their ICSE 10th results on the Council website at www.cisce.org/results.
School Principals can download the ICSE 10th result tabulation by logging into the 'Careers' portal of the Council by using the principal's login ID and password. Also, this tabulation will also be send to the registered email IDs of the schools. Schools looking to get an additional copy of the tabulation through email can contact the CISCE helpdesk at 022-67226106.
ICSE 2016 results can be received via SMS by sending the key words - ICSE 1234567 (seven digit Unique ID) to the following numbers: 09248082883/ 51818/ 56263/58888/5676750
ICSE Class 10 exam was held in over 2,500 centers, in 64 written subjects(23 Indian languages and the rest foreign languages) and the checking of the answer sheets in 650 centres.
The evaluation of ICSE answer sheets is has been done online so that examination and evaluation processes are transparent, accurate and time saving for the education authorities.
ICSE Class 10th students must pass in at least six subjects. One of it should be English, any Second Language and History, Civics Geography (compulsory subjects) and any three choosen optional subjects to get the ICSE certification.
The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations was established in 1958 by the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate with the assistance of the Inter-State Board for Anglo-Indian Education. Indiaeduresults wishes best of luck to students for ICSE 10th Results 2016.