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ICSE and ISC results 2017 highlights: Girls do better than boys, Kolkata’s Ananya Maity tops Class 12 with 99.5%,

This year, students can also apply for rechecking of papers directly, using the council’s portal. This facility will be available for only seven days - from May 29 to June 6.

education Updated: Jun 21, 2017 11:39 IST
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On Sunday, the CBSE declared its school final results, adopting a marking system that it nixed last month.
On Sunday, the CBSE declared its school final results, adopting a marking system that it nixed last month. (PTI Photo)

The results of the ICSE (Class 10) and ISC (Class 12) examinations were declared at 3 pm on Monday, the Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations has announced.

Muskan Abdulla Pathan from Hutchings High School, Pune and Ashwin Rao from St Paul’s English School, Bangalore were declared as joint toppers of ICSE (10th) Boards exam with 99.4%.

Ananya Maiti of the The Heritage School, Kolkata was declared as the topper of ISC (12th) Boards stream with 99.50%. She was from Humanities stream.

ICSE and ISC results
  • 1,75,299 students appeared for the ICSE exam (Class 10) from 2106 schools across India.
  • ICSE exam: A total of 96,770 boys and 78,529 girls appeared in it out of which 94,957 boys and 77,765 girls passed the exam respectively.
  • 73, 633 students appeared for the ISC exam (Class 12) from 988 schools across India.
  • ISC exam: A total of 39,703 boys and 33,930 girls appeared in it out of which 37,872 boys and 33,161 girls passed the exam respectively.
  • Girls have fared better than boys in both ICSE and ISC exam in terms of pass percentage.
  • Southern region dominated the results in both forms of the exams. In ICSE, the region’s applicants achieved a pass percentage of 99.64% and in ISC, it secured 98.97%.

The results are available to students through mobile texts, besides the council’s website and CAREERS portal.

“Individual candidates can access the results by logging onto the council’s website – www.cisce.org – and selecting the Results 2017 option,” said Gerry Arathoon, the council’s chief executive and secretary.

Here are the live updates:

5:30 pm: Ayushi Srivastava of City Montessori in Lucknow secured the second rank in ISC exam scoring 99.25%.

She shared the rank with three other students Dinesh Lakhotiya of Saint Xavier Collegiate School Kolkata, Rishika Gariwal of Jamnabai School in Juhu, Mumbai and Srikanth of Scottish High International School, Gurgaon.

5: 00 pm: Joint Class 10 topper Muskan Abdulla Pathan scored 100 in commercial applications and mathematics and 99 in English, Science and History/Civics and Geography. Ashwin Rao scored 100 in History/Civics and geography, 100 in science and 100 in computer applications. He has scored 99 in Mathematics and 98 in English.

Ananya Maiti, the topper of ISC (12th) exam, with 99.50% in Humanities stream scored 98 in English, 100 in elective English, 100 in Psychology and 100 in Political Science.

4:50 pm: The official CISCE website is down.

4:15 pm: Girls have fared better than boys in both ISC and ICSE exams .

In Class 10 exam, girls secured a pass percentage of 99.03% whereas boys got 98.13%. In ISC, girls performed better with 97.73% pass percentage against 95.39% by boys .

3.50pm: “I’m delighted. I cannot tell you how happy I am. She is a wonderful child. She’s not only brilliant, in academics but also in creative writing. What’s more, she’s down to earth and well behaved,” Seema Sapru, principal, Heritage School. Ananya Maity who stood first in ISC exam was a student of this school.

“She has an inclination for creative writing. She also loves to play the piano. Needless to say, she devoted a number of hours in studies,” Ananya’s father Chinmoy Kumar Maity, who is a doctor, told HT. Her mother was a teacher.

3.45 pm: Keerthana Srikanth from Scottish High International school tops Class 12 in the Delhi-NCR region securing 99.25 in science stream

3.30pm: Shashwat Saxena from St.Mary, Meerut Cantt tops ICSE exam in the Delhi-NCR region with 98.6%.

3.25pm: Muskan Abdullah Pathan of Hutchings High School Pune and Ashwin Rao from Saint Paul English, Bangalore secure the first position in Class 10 exams. Both scored 99.4%

3.20pm: Ananya Maity from Heritage School Kolkata scores 99.5% in ISC exam, secures 1st position.

3.20pm: Candidates can check their results by clicking on the ‘Results 2017’ link on the Council of Indian School Certificate website - www.cisce.org or through SMS.

3.15pm: The pass percentage of ISC class 12 results sees a small increase of 96.46% last year to 96.47% this year.

3.10pm:

3pm: The official CISCE website is down.

2.50pm: Schools can access their results by logging into the Careers Portal of the council using the principal’s login ID and password.

2.45pm: This year, students can also apply for rechecking of papers directly, using the council’s portal. This facility will be available for only seven days - from May 29 to June 6.

2.40pm: Mumbai schools are expecting high scores, since students said they found the papers easy this year, said principals. “We are expecting a 100% result like every year. Scores might shoot up as students found the papers easy,” said Zeenat Bhojabhoy, principal, Jamnabai Narsee School, Vile Parle.

2.30pm: Students will get a digitally signed statement of marks and certificates through a Digi Locker facility, in which the documents are safely stored. Students can access it through a login ID and password. Even migration certificates for ISC will be sent there.

2.15pm: Nearly 2,50,871 candidates – 1,76,327 for ICSE and 74,544 for ISC – had registered for the exams this year.

Step-by-step process for schools and students to check the results

The results of the ICSE and ISC 2017 examinations will be available through the Careers Portal of the Council, the website of the Council and through SMS

Schools can access their results by logging into the Careers Portal of the council using the principal’s login ID and password

Steps for schools to check results

After logging into the Careers portal, click on the Examination System link.

On the menu bar, click on ICSE for accessing the ICSE 2017 examination Results or on ISC for accessing hte ISC 2017 examination results.

From ICSE/ISC menu, click on Reports.

Click on result tabulation to view/print the school’s result tabulation.

You can also click on the comparison table to view/print the same.

Steps for students to check results

Individual candidates can access the result s by logging on to the Council’s website.

After logging into the Council’s website, click on the link Results 2017.

For accessing the ICSE 2017 examination results, click on the link ICSE and for accessing the ISC 2017 examination results, a candidate needs to enter his or her correct unique ID and captcha as shown on the screen.

For accessing the ISC 2017 examination results, candidates need to enter their correct unique ID and captcha as shown on the screen.

The instructions to view the results are provided on the results web page, users can follow the same.

To receive their results through SMS:

For ICSE 2017 results through SMS, type your unique ID in the new message box like this:

ICSE 1234567 (seven-digit unique ID).

For the ISC 2017 examination result through SMS, enter your unique ID in the new message box like this:

ISC 1234567 (seven-digit unique ID)

Send the message to: 09248082883

The result will be displayed as:

SHASHANK TIWARI ENG-98, HIN-87, MAT-98, SCI-90, CTA-100,SUPW-A, PCA.