ISC Class 12 Result 2019 Declared: 96.52% students pass 12th exams; south emerges best performing region with 98.91%
This year, 96.52 percent students pass ISC Class 12 exams, which was declared by CISCE today. This is 0.31 percent higher than last year's pass percentage.
The CISCE has announced the result for the ISC Class 12 exam on 7 May
Candidates can check the official websites: cisce.org or results.cisce.org.
The ISC Class 12 exams 2019 were held from 4 February to 25 March.
ISC Class 12 Exam 2019 Results | The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) announced the results for the Indian School Certificate (ISC) Class 12 2019 exam today (7 May). This year, of the 86,713 students who registered for the ISC Class 12 exams, 96.52 percent passed, qualifying for higher education. This is 0.31 percent higher than last year's pass percentage.
The southern region fared the best with a pass percentage of 98.91 percent, followed by the western with 98.13 percent. The eastern region registered a 96.66 percent pass percentage, and the north stood at 96.66 percent. Students of the board abroad secured 99.69 percent pass percentage.
Here are the steps to follow to download the result:
Step 2: Click on 'Results 2019'.
Step 3: Select on the option for ISC Class 12.
Step 4: Enter the candidate's unique ID, index number and submit the details.
Step 5: The instructions to view the results are provided on the results page. Once the results is accessed, the candidate can take a print copy of it for future reference.
To get the ISC Class 12 results as a text message, type 'ISC' <space> seven-digit roll number and send it to 9248082883.
In 2018, over 80,000 students had appeared for the ISC examination. The pass percentage for ISC was 96.30 percent and girls outperformed boys in the exam.
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