🔥 ICSE ISC Earnings 2020 Class 10 Class 12 Announcement Live Today News Updates | The CISCE Board published the results of the 10th grade (ICSE) and 12th grade (ISC) at 3:00 p.m. today. ICSE-ISC Board result, no earnings list published by the board this year
- The students achieved 99.33% in the 10th (ICSE) and 96.84% in the 12th (ISC)
- The CISCE exams were postponed until March 19, which was later canceled.
July 10, 2020, 6:39 pm IS
The Indian Examination Board (CISCE) published the results from 10th to 12th. Students taking the exam can review their results on the board’s official website. Apart from that, the students can also see their result via SMS. At the same time, the number of students who passed the board exam was given, but the names of this list of earnings were not published. The board made this decision in light of the unusual situation caused by the corona epidemic.
Topper not released
A total of 2,07,902 students appeared in the 10th of this CISCE, while a total of 88,611 students took the exam in the 12th. 99.33% of the 10th (ICSE) and 96.84% of the 12th (ISC) students achieved success. Last year the results came on May 7th, but this year the Corona comes due to the July closure. The CISCE exams, which started from February to March, were intercepted after March 19 due to Corona. After that, it was canceled following an application submitted to the court.
Apply for repacking
The board has also arranged a reorganization for students who are dissatisfied with their results. To do this, students must register 7 days after the results are published. H. Apply online on July 16. A fee of Rs 1000 must be deposited as a registration fee for a new check. On the results page itself, students can apply for it by selecting the option to stack again.
How do I apply?
- For repacking https://www.cisce.org/ or results.cisce.org Go to
- Here the results page of CISCE is opened on the screen.
- Now click on the corresponding check under the result.
- When you click, read the instructions on stacking again on the new page.
- After reading the instructions, fill out the captcha and click Register.
These were the leaders in 2019
At the same time, last year, on the 12th, Devang Kumar Aggarwal from Kolkata and Vibha Swaminathan from Bengaluru achieved 100% points. At the same time, 16 students took second place with 99.75%. While 36 students were in third place with 99.50%.
On the 10th, Mumbai’s Juhi Rupesh Kazaria and Muktar Manhar Bansal secured first place with 99.60%. 10 students followed in second place with 99.44 percent. At the same time, 24 students took third place with 99.20%.