Lucknow: The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) has declared the 10th (ICSE) and 12th (ISC) results at 3 pm. Students have got a lot of marks in the result released without exam. Many big schools in the city including CMS, Lamartiniere Girls, St. Joseph’s, LPS have claimed their students to have scored more than 98 percent marks.
Results that are coming out so far, in high school, in English literature and computer subjects, and in physics and computer science in Inter, students have got a lot of marks. Apart from this, there were many subjects in which students scored more than 95 percent marks.
Experts suggest this time the marking was kept liberal by the board. There are more than 80 schools run by CISCE. As soon as the results were released, about 22 thousand students studying in high school and intermediary students were waiting for their results.
With more than 400 schools in the state, the number of schools affiliated with CISCE there are about 80 schools in capital Lucknow. In Lucknow’s private school City Montessori School, this time also the board results of more than 6257 students were released. This number is the highest in the whole country for a single school.
Unlike CBSE and UP Board, CISCE had decided to conduct evaluation on the basis of marks of five years. In this, apart from English, the best 3 subjects were added to the marks. The feeding of these marks has been done by the board about a month back.
According to Anil Agarwal, in-charge of Unaided Private School Association and MD of St. Joseph Group of Schools, Lucknow, this time the student was more nervous about the result, although the curiosity about the result was seen every year.
- Total No. of CISCE Schools in UP: 422.
- Number of CISCE Schools in Lucknow: 80.
- 10th (ICSE) in the state: 1 lakh students.
- 12th (ISC) in the state: 80 thousand students.
- 12th (ISC) in Lucknow: 12 – 13 thousand students.
- 10th (ICSE) in Lucknow: 16 – 17 thousand students.
- Student count in 13 campuses of Lucknow’s private school CMS
- ICSE – 3509 ISC – 2748 Total Board Students – 6257
- CISCE released the 10th and 12th board results on Saturday at 03 PM, this time the result has been released without exam but merit has not been issued for the second consecutive year.
Due to Corona, this year the board decided to release the result without examination. There was a state of confusion in the minds of the students. When the CISCE released the result on Saturday, the students who got the highest marks was surpisingly high. There are many of them who can be called very meritorious but their marks have come down in the board result and that is why they are also disappointed with this evaluation.
Swati Mishra, a class 12 student of St. Mary’s Convent Inter College, has got 91.75% marks. All the students like Swati, who have been studying hard for a year, were shocked when they came to know that this time the board is not going to conduct the exam and they will get the marks only on the basis of relative marking.
Jaya Panda of Horner College has got 95% marks in the 12th result but she is confident that if the exam had been there, 99% marks would have come.
- ICSE, ISC Result 2021: Uttar Pradesh
- No. of ICSE Schools: 386
- No. of ISC Schools: 307
- Number of Students- ICSE: 46,889, ISC: 31,801
- Pass Percentage- ICSE: 99.95 percent, ISC: 99.71 percent
- ICSE pass percentage is 99.98 percent and ISC pass percentage is 99.76 percent. In the ICSE result, both girls and boys have secured a pass percentage of 99.98 per cent. For ISC, the pass percentage of boys and girls stood at 99.86 and 99.66 percent respectively.
Last year, the ISC result was declared on July 10. CISCE had recorded a pass percentage of 99.3 per cent in class 10th, which was 0.79% higher than the previous year’s performance. In 2018, 98.54 percent students passed. In ICSE-Exam 2020, a total of 2,07,902 students appeared, out of which 2,06,525 passed
Due to non-conduct of examination, there will be no re-checking of answer sheets. However, the council has developed a dispute resolution mechanism for rectification of calculation errors.