ICSE, ISC: Girls outsmart boys, Abineet Parichha is Class 10 topper
Abhineet Parichay from Odisha’s Balangir was the Class 10 topper with 99.2% and Adyaa Madi of Mumbai’s Lilavati Poddar School scored 99.75 % to top Class 12.Updated: May 06, 2016 18:09 IST
Girls performed better than boys in the Class 10 (ICSE) and Class 12 (ISC) board examinations as the Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) declared the results on Friday.
Abineet Parichha from Odisha’s Balangir was the Class 10 topper with 99.2% . The second position has been shared by four students- Sudarshan R (Bangalore), Isha Sethi (Mumbai), Manan Manish Shah (Kandivali) and Jyotsana Srivastava (Lucknow) who scored 99%. The third position has been shared by 10 students with a score of 98.8%.
In Class 12, Aadyaa Madi of Mumbai’s Lilavati Poddar School scored 99.75 % to top Class 12, Mumbai’s Mansi Puggal secured the second position with 99.50% while the third position was shared by Arkadeb Sengupta and Kavita Desai from Kolkata who scored 99.25%.
ISC topper from Delhi-NCR are Adya Joshi and Prithvir Bhalla from Gurgaon’s Shri Ram School. They have scored 99%.
The pass percentage of ISC is up by 0.18% compared to last year and in ICSE, the pass percentage is up by 0.01% compared to last year. Students from the southern region have the best pass percentage in both.
This year 42,880 students took the ISC exams, which began on February 8 and got over on April 8, from all over the country. The ICSE exam, which started on February 29 and concluded on March 31, saw 1,69,381 students writing the papers.
Click here to check the results on the Council’s official website
Candidates can see their results by selecting their course code (ICSE or ISC), entering their unique id and the Captcha and then clicking on the ‘show result’ button. A print out of the result can also be taken.
Students can also get their results through SMS by sending “ICSE” or “ISC” followed by the seven digit unique ID to 09248082883. Schools can access the results by logging into the Council’s website and using the principal’s log-in ID and password.
(With agency inputs)