The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination, which conducts ICSE and ISC examinations, has said it will release the revised timetable for Class 10 and Class 12 exams soon after it had to reschedule their dates because of the upcoming assembly elections in five states.
Gerry Arathoon, Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination chief executive and secretary, told Hindustan Times over the phone on Thursday that the revised schedule for the Indian School Certificate and Indian Certificate of Secondary Education exams will be announced on the council’s website.
“We cannot give you the dates as of now. We are working on it and the revised schedule will be announced shortly,” Arathoon said.
Arathoon told HT last week that the new dates will be notified in 10 days.
According to the schedule issued earlier, the ISC exam was to begin on February 6 and the ICSE exam was to start from February 27.
The ISC art paper 1 was scheduled for February 11 on the first phase of the polls for 73 seats in Uttar Pradesh. The computer science paper 2 was to be held on February 15 - the day of the second phase of polls for 67 seats in the state.
The ISC English paper 1 and 2 were to be held on February 23 and 27 along with the fourth and fifth phase of the elections for 53 and 52 seats. Lastly, the physical education paper 1 (theory) was to be held on March 8, the last phase of the polls.
The ICSE English language paper 1 was scheduled for February 27 when the fifth phase for 52 seats will be conducted. The art paper 1 was slated for March 4 and second language and modern foreign language paper was to be held on March 8.