ISC class 12th results 2018: The students who had appeared for the class 12th examcan now check their result on the website - cisce.org. The student can click on these websites as well to check their result - cisce.examresults.net and results.nic.in.
ISC results 2018: The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CICSE) has announced the results for ISC class 12 and ICSE class 10 on the official website cisce.org today at 3 pm. The students who had appeared for the class 12th exam and were eagerly waiting for their scores to declare, for them the wait is over! The results are now available on the official website today.
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The Indian School of Certificate (ISC) examination 2018 is conducted by Council for Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) every year. The student can click on these websites as well to check their result – cisce.examresults.net and results.nic.in. The results can also be received by SMS. The details to access the results and other details are mentioned below.
Name of the exam: ISC class 12 exam
Name of the board: Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (ICSE)
Official website: cisce.org
Other result websites: cisce.examresults.net and results.nic.in
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ISC results 2018: How to check
Step 1) Log on to Council for Indian School Certificate Examination CISCE official website – cisce.org
Step 2) Click on the link that says ‘ISC Result 2018’
Step 3) Click on ISC Class 12 Results 2018
Step 4) Enter the roll number and registration number in the given field
Step 5) Enter Summit
Step 6) Download the result and take a print out for the future purpose
ISC results 2018: Through SMS
Type ISC followed by their seven-digit unique ID code and send the message to 09248082883.
ISC results 2018: Criteria to pass
In order to pass the examination:
• A candidate shall obtain a grade higher than E, i.e. at least 35 per cent marks in all the five subjects.
• A candidate will be eligible to get the pass certificate of the Board if he/she gets a grade higher than ‘E’ in all subjects of internal assessment unless he/she is exempted.
All the best!