“There is no date fixed so far for declaration of the 2015 Class 10 results. They will however be declared on or before May 20”, the official said while talking to ummid.com.
The Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) is an examination conducted by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), a private, non-governmental board of school education in India, for class 10, i.e. grade 10.
The results when declared can be viewed by logging in to CISCE official website: www.cisce.org. Candidates will be required to enter their roll number and registration number to get their score-card.
The council has been designed to provide an examination in a course of general education, in accordance with the recommendations of the New Education Policy 1986 (India), through the medium of English.
The examination allows secure suitable representation of Governments responsible for schools (which are affiliated to it) in their States/Territories. Private candidates are not permitted to appear for this examination.
Over 1,50,000 students from as many as 1,850 schools in India and abroad had appeared for the 2015 ICSE Class 10 or Class X exams.
The number of schools that presented candidates in India and Abroad for the ICSE Examination is 1841
As many as 66 subjects which are offered to student are divided into three groups. Group I includes Compulsory Subjects — English, History, Civics & Geography, and Indian Language,
Group II which includes any two from Mathematics, Science, Environmental Science, Computer Science, Agricultural Science, Commercial Studies, Technical Drawing, A Modern Foreign Language, A Classical Language and Economics.
Group III has any one from Computer Applications, Economic Applications, Commercial Applications, Art, Performing Arts, Home Science, Cookery, Fashion Designing, Physical Education, Technical Drawing Applications, Yoga, and Environmental Applications.
All subjects have components of internal assessment, that are carried out by schools, on the basis of assignments/project work, practicals and coursework. There is 20% weightage for internal assessment in group I and II and 50% weightage for group III.
The ICSE 2014 Class 10 result was declared on May 21, 2014. The pass percentage was 98.28%.