Class 10 Indian School Certificate Examinations (ICSE) results are expected between May 17 and May 19.
The tricity has 13 ICSE-affiliated schools. Over 1,000 Class 10 students from the tricity appeared for the ICSE examination conducted by the Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) between March 3 and March 29.
Harold Carver, ICSE convener for tricity, said that the board, at a recent meeting, said that results are likely to be declared after May 17. “According to me, the results are likely to be out by May 19,” he said.
Of ficials said that results would be available on the CISCE website www.cisce.org or www. cisce.in.com. Student will have to fill their index numbers, followed by roll numbers or registration numbers to access to their results. It will also be available through SMS.
This year, the evaluation for ICSE, like the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), was done online in order to make the process transparent and accurate and also save time, said board officials.
The ICSE saw 98.20% pass the exams last year. Souther n region which saw 99.66% clear the exam, recorded the best performance, followed by the western region (99.46%). the eastern and the northern region recorded 98.02% and 97.30% students passing the exams, respectively, while the pass percentage of ICSE was 100% abroad.
The CISCE Board conducts two examinations in India and abroad-Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) for Class 10 and Indian School Certificate (ISC) for Class 12.
The tricity has t wo ISC schools. Results for the exams are expected around the same time. Last year, both ICSE and ISC results were announced on May 17.
Last year, Rajat Bir Singh Bajwa, a student of Little Flower Convent School, Panchkula, topped the tricity in ICSE Class 10 examinations with a score of 96.8%.