ICSE Result 2021 – Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) has declared the ICSE Result 2021 on July 24, 2021. Candidates can check the result at cisce.org. The CICSE Board has also released the assessment criteria for class X students. Average marks as obtained by the students at school level tests/exams and internal assessment (project work and practical examination) will be considered for the assessment process. Students can check ICSE Result 2021 at cisce.org. For checking the result, an index number is required for login. Candidates can also check the CISCE result for class 10th via SMS as well as through the Digi locker app. Check more details on ICSE result 2021 like result date, assessment scheme, steps to check result, etc from this page.
– ICSE 10th Result 2021 is out. Scroll down to check the result.
– ICSE has released the assessment scheme for ICSE Class X result 2021. Click here to check Assessment Criteria.
ICSE 10th Result 2021
The ICSE 10th Marks Sheet will be available at the DigiLocker. The candidates may avail it from there. Also, this year, the candidates can also submit a request for Re-checking as well. Check the process to download Digital Marks Sheet and Re-checking from below.
Schedule for ICSE 10th result 2021 is given below.
|Result||24 Jul 2021|
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ICSE 10th Result 2021 Press Release
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ICSE 10th Result 2021 Assessment Scheme
Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has decided to cancel the Class 10th Board examination, due to the pandemic situation and safety of students. Result will be released on the basis of the assessment scheme, which details is given below.
- Students performance in class 9 and 10 in school-level examinations.
- Internal assessment which includes project work and practical examination.
Method used for computation of class 10 results:
- Performance of Schools – The overall result of schools for the past five (05) years from 2015 to 2020 will be considered. However, there is a condition that at least 10 candidates should have appeared for the ICSE exam in English and at least four other subjects from school. The schools can choose the year when they achieved the best average percentage in terms of the total score (out of 500).
- Standard deviation common for all subjects (σ) – It represents the percentage marks based on English + best four subjects obtained by all candidates of the school who appeared in the best year preference.
- Subject benchmark average % of a school (μ) – It represents the school average percentage in theory paper for the subject in the best year as chosen by the school, provided that at least 10 candidates appeared for the subject from the school that year.
- Raw theory percentage (Praw) – Maximum of the average marks percentage as obtained by the candidate in the theory paper in either class 9 or 10.
- Project or Practical work marks (PS) – Total marks as obtained by the students in the practical or project work of the subject.
- Subject projects and/pr practical work percentage (B) – The marks as obtained by the candidates in the project and/or practical work is converted to a percentage.
- Subject Raw marks – The formula for calculation of subject raw marks is as follows – Praw x weightage of board theory marks + PS (from point 4 and 5 as given above) for subjects with Project and/or practical work.
- Raw total – The subject raw marks as obtained in point 7 with the Total marks (out of 500) for a candidate in English and the best four subjects will be calculated.
- Raw standard deviation common for all subjects for all schools (s) – It is calculated based on the raw totals (out of 500) obtained by all candidates of the schools appearing for English and at least 04 other subjects in the year 2021 examination.
- Subject raw percentage for a school (m) – The school average percentage in the theory paper for the 2021 examination, provided that at least 10 candidates appeared for the subject from that school.
Formulas to be used for calculation of marks:
Step 1: First of all compute the scaled score (A) as: A = σ/s (Praw – m) + μ
Note that for the above calculation if σ/s > 4, then replace it by 4. The other conditions for the scaled score are –
- If the value of A as obtained is > 100, then you need take the value of A = 100
- If the value of A as obtained is < 100, then you need take the value of A = 10
Step 2: After this, the subject board marks percentage (%) are calculated by applying the following method –
Subject board marks percentage (%) = 0.7 A + 0.3 B
in which the weightage of A is 70%, whereas, for B it is 30%. A represents the scaled score (as explained above), and B is the percentage subject project or practical work.
Step 3: Next, determine the subject board marks in theory papers as –
Subject board marks in Theory = Subject board (theory) marks percentage + Weightage for theory marks
Step 4: The last step is to calculate the subject final marks
Final marks in subject = Marks in theory papers + Subject project and/or practical work marks
For example – A school has at least 10 or more ICSE candidates appearing for English, and four subjects every year, from 2015 to 2020. Also, assume that 10 or more candidates are appearing for the Mathematics subject in ICSE 2021 examination. The school achieved the highest average in the year 2019, then for that school, 2019 is the best year which will be further used for subsequent calculations.
Suppose in the year 2019, the standard deviation of the percentage based on total scores (common for all subjects) was 9. Hence, the benchmarks standard deviation for school will be 9. Now, suppose that the average percentage marks obtained by the students in Mathematics in the year 2019 were 70. Hence, the benchmark average (μ) percentage will be 70.
Now, assume that the concerned candidate has obtained 90% average marks in class 9th, and 80% in class 10th in the Mathematics theory part. Then, the raw percentage of the candidates in the Maths theory paper will be considered as 90. Now, for the internal assessment part, suppose the candidate has obtained 20 out of 20 in the Mathematics project, then the percentage marks in the Mathematics project will be 100 (B). The raw marks are calculated by 90 x 80/100 + 20 = 92. The standard deviation of these raw marks is calculated as 12 (refer to point 9 above). Further, the average raw Mathematics theory paper be 78 for all candidates from school (m) (refer to point 10 above).
Hence, based on these, the scaled of the candidates will be calculated as per the formula given above. That is, A = 9/12 (90 – 78) + 70 = 79.
Subject Theory marks percentage = 0.7A + 0.3B => ).7 x 79 + 0.3 x 100= 85.3
Subject Theory Marks = Subject theory marks percentage x weightage of theory marks => 85.3 x 0.8 = 68.24 ≈ 68.
Subject Final Marks = Subject theory marks + Subject project an/or practical marks => 68+20 = 88.
Hence, the final total marks as obtained by a candidate in Mathematics will be 88.
What To Study After ICSE Class 10th Result is Announced?
After the declaration of the result, candidates find themselves among various questions, but the most important thing that comes in their mind is what they should study or what to do after the 10th class result. So, here in this video we have provided the information or you can take it as a suggestion also. You can select the future stream and courses, which one will be suitable for you, and many more details have been provided here. Have a look from below.
Steps to check results are listed below
The results of the ICSE and ISC 2020 Examinations will be made available through the CAREERS
Portal of the Council, the Website of the Council and through SMS. The schools can access the results by logging into the CAREERS Portal of the Council using the Principal’s login 10 and password.
Steps to be followed for accessing results on the Council’s website:
- Visit the official website.
- For accessing the ICSE /ISC 2021 Examination results, a candidate may select ISC or ICSE, as applicable, from the Course option.
The results of individual candidates can also be received through SMS.
Steps to be followed for receiving the results through SMS:
SMS ICSE<Space><Unique Id> to 09248082883
In case of any doubt, the Schools can contact the CISCE helpdesk at email@example.com or call 022-67226106. Individual candidates can access the results by logging into the Council’s website – www.cisce.org or www.results.cisce.org.
Re-checking of ICSE Result 2021
The students have the provision to re-check their result. To do so, candidates will have to click on the ‘Apply Recheck Online’ button (as shown in the window above). It is a paid service, for which the candidates will have to pay Rs. 1000 (as per last year) per subject. The request for re-checking can only be send with the 7 days from the announcement of the result.
During the re-checking, only the following will be verified:
- All the answers have been checked or not.
- If there is a mistake in totaling or not.
- The continuation sheet is intact or not.
If any error is found during the re-checking then the marks will be evaluated again. The rectified marks will also be announced online.
Issuance of Marks Sheet
Passing Certificates will be awarded to only those students who have appeared for all the 6 subjects in the paper and must have passed in at least 5 subjects. The pass marks are 35% in each subject. The statement of marks will be issued by the school to all candidates who appeared for the examination. The result can be expected to be released within 30 days of the exam.
ICSE Result and Mark Sheet through DigiLocker.
Usually, the school awards the marks sheet. However, this year onwards, the candidates also download it from the DigiLocker. The download digital marks sheet will hold equal weightage and will be accepted by all the schools and institutes. The Council shall make the digitally Signed copies of the Statement of Marks and Pass Certificate available for the candidates taking the ICSE and ISC Examinations through the DigiLocker facility established by the Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY), Government of India. In addition, candidates taking the ISC Examination will also be provided with digitally signed copies of the Migration Certificate. The digitally signed documents shall be available after 48 hours of the Publication of Results through the DigiLocker. Signing up for DigiLocker (digilocker.gov.in) is easy – all you need is a mobile number. The mobile number will be authenticated by sending an OTP (one-time password) followed by selecting a username and password. This will create the DigiLocker account. After the DigiLocker account is successfully created, one can download the digitally signed documents issued by the CISCE.
- Click Here to sign up for DigiLocker and download the marks sheet.
Importance ICSE 10th Result 2021
Students who get pass the examination and want to migrate to other schools after clearing their 10th board exam will require a Migration Certificate and a character certificate from your school. The certificates can be availed by the concerned schools from where the candidate has appeared for the ICSE Examination. Candidates may get in touch with the concerned Head of the School for the Migration Certificate and for the character certificate.
ICSE Result Analysis
The exam was conducted in 2017 March month and the results have been announced on May 14, 2017. Over 1.7 lakh students had appeared for the exam. In 2016 the exam result was declared on 06 May 2017. The stats of the year 2017 are as follows:-
|Pass Percentage ICSE 2017||98.58%|
|Subjects offered ICSE 2017||57|
|Girls who appeared for the ICSE Examination||78,529|
|Girls passed in ICSE||77,765|
|Boys appeared for ICSE Examination||96,770|
|Boys passed in ICSE||94,957|
The stats show that among the total pass percentage of students i.e 98.58%, the students who appeared for the exam, Girls have done better than Boys at the ICSE Examination. The number of passed girls is more than the number of boys passed in the exam. The table clearly shows that around 78,529 girls had appeared for the 10th board exam whereas the number of boys who had appeared for the exam was 96,770. The number of girls that passed the examination stood up to 77,765 whereas the number of boys who passed the examination was 94,957. The percentage of the ICSE 10th Result is increasing day by day. In 2016, pass out the percentage of the total students was 98.50, but this year, pass out the percentage of the total students is 98.58.
Another Important Analysis
The number of schools that presented candidates in India & Abroad for the ICSE Examination is 2,106.
The total number of candidates who appeared for the ICSE Examination is 1,75,299
Number of Boys unsuccessful in ICSE is 1,813 and Number of Girls unsuccessful in ICSE is 764.
The pass percentage obtained in the major subjects in the ICSE Examination
English 99.82%; Bengali 99.80%; Hindi 99.93%; History, Civics & Geography 98.84%; Mathematics 95.63%; Science 98.66%; Commercial Studies 97.87%; Economics 94.09%; Physical Education 99.97%; Computer Applications 99.99%; Economic Applications 99.97%; Commercial Applications 99.96%;
ICSE – Special Category Statistics
- 8228 Scheduled Caste candidates took the examination, achieving a pass percentage of 97.63%
- 5810 Scheduled Tribe candidates took the examination, achieving a pass percentage of 97.16%
- 32009 Other Backward Classes (OBC) candidates took the examination, achieving a pass percentage of 98.43%
- Special Difficulty cases for ICSE such as Dyslexia cases were 915 (83 candidates obtained above 90%); Visually Challenged cases were 34 (8 candidates obtained above 90%) and 4 candidates took their examinations in the Hospitals
- The Council for the Eighth year successfully conducted the centralized evaluation of answer scripts for the ICSE Examinations.
- ICSE had 505 centralized evaluation centres across the Country.
- The ICSE Examination Mark Sheets and Pass Certificates will reach the schools latest by 6th June 2017.
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