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News Entry# 413843
Jul 11 (16:09) Kerala schools record 99.93% in ICSE and 98.54% in ISC results (timesofindia.indiatimes.com)
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KOCHI: The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has published the results for the Class X (ICSE) and Class XII (ISC) examinations. In Kerala Class X (ICSE) has 99.93% pass and Class XII (ISC) has 98.54% pass. The All India pass percentage for Class X (ICSE) is 99.34% and Class XII (ISC) is 96.84%.162 schools have presented candidates for ICSE and 66 schools have presented candidates for ISC exams in Kerala. Out of the 2, 07,902 students appeared for ICSE examinations, 2, 06,525 students turned out to be successful and 1377 turned unsuccessful. Out of the 2, 07, 902, students, 112,668 (54.19%) were boys and 95,234 (45.81%) were girls.Out of the 88,409 students appeared for ISC examinations, 85,611 students were successful and 2798 students were unsuccessful. Out of the 88, 409 students, 47,429 (53.65%) were boys and 40,980 (46.35%) were girls.Unlike previous years CISCE has not published the merit...
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list due to the cancellation of more than 40% exams and the resultant special assessment scheme for evaluation due to the Covid-19."CISCE would like to congratulate all the candidates of the ICSE & ISC Year 2020 Examinations. Given the exceptional circumstances, this year CISCE will not be publishing a Merit list for either the ICSE or ISC Year 2020 Examinations," said a statement by Gerry Arathoon, Chief Executive & Secretary, CISCE.The ICSE examination has been conducted in 61 written subjects and 22 were Indian languages, nine were foreign languages and two were Classical languages. The ISC examination has been conducted in 51 written subjects and 15 were Indian languages, six wereforeign languages and one was Classical language.
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