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ICSE 10th Result 2017, Check CISCE Board Result Here
ICSE Class 10th Result 2017: Council for The Indian Certificate Examinations (CISE) board conducted 10th class exam in the month of April. Now all students are eagerly waiting for the ICSE 10th Result 2017.
The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) Class 10 Board exam results were announced in Between 18th to 20th May 2017 (Expected).
ICSE 10th Result: Important Information
|Name of the Board||Council for the Indian School Certificate Educations Board (CISCE)|
|Name of Exam||ICSE 10th Class Exam 2017|
|Date of Exam||27th February to 31st March 2017|
|ICSE 10th Result Declaration Date||Will be Available Soon|
How To check ICSE 10th Result:
|Step 1: Visit the official website of ICSE such as www.cisce.org|
Step 2: Search for the link to “ICSE 10th Result” on the homepage and open it.
Step 3: Then, search for the link to “ICSE 10th Result 2017“.
Step 4: Then, Fill your Roll Number & then click “Search” button.
Step 5: Your ICSE 10th Result will appear on your screen.
Step 6: Then, Click on “Save” button and take a printout of it for future use.
Other State Board Result: 10th Board Result
|CBSE 10th Result 2017||VIEW HERE|
|Karnataka 10th Result||VIEW HERE|
|Odisha 10th Result||VIEW HERE|
|UP Board 10th Result||VIEW HERE|
|HP Board 10th Result||VIEW HERE|
|West Bengal 10th Result||VIEW HERE|
Other State Board Result: 12th Result
|ICSE 12th Result||VIEW HERE|
|CBSE 12th Result||VIEW HERE|
|Goa 12th Result||VIEW HERE|
|Odisha 12th Result||VIEW HERE|
|UP Board 12th Result||VIEW HERE|
|HP Board 12th Result||VIEW HERE|
|UP Board 12th Result||VIEW HERE|
|West Bengal 12th Result||VIEW HERE|
Previous Year Results Statistics:
According to the given statistics, it is clear that the percentage of the ICSE 10th Result is increasing day by day. According to the table, in the year of 2016, pass out percentage of the students is 98.02, but this year, we can expect that it will be increase till 98.67%. This year, it is expected that around 2,12,567 students will appear in this exam.
Previous Year Result Observations:
Statistics of Previous Years: 2013
Statistics of Previous Years: 2014
Statistics of Previous Years: 2015
Statistics of Previous Years: 2016
Statistics of 2017:
|Passing %||98.67 (Expected)|
|Girls %||98.50 (Expected)|
|Boys %||97.55 (Expected)|
|Appeared Students||2,12,567 (Expected)|
ICSE 10th Result: Important Links
|Check ICSE 10th Result 2017||Will be Available Soon|
In ICSE Board 10th Class exam 2017 approx 1,60,000 students have appeared. The exam was held from 27th Feb to 31st March 2017. According to few last years exam result dates analysis, it can be expected that ICSE 10th Result 2017 may be announced in 2nd week of May 2017.
ICSE 10th Result: Latest Update Print Media
ICSE Class 10th Revaluation/ Rechecking Result
|Those candidates who got less score in the particular subject, they can apply for the revaluation or recheck. The notice regarding the process will release on the ICSE board website. The Board will charge some requisite fee for the revaluation process. While rechecking your copy board will consider the following factors:|
About ICSE Board:
|Council for The Indian Certificate Examinations (CISE) is a well known and famous board. It conducts ICSE 10th and 12th board examinations for all sates in India every year.|
ICSE was established on 3rd Nov 1958. The main headquarter of this board is located in Delhi. The board provides textbooks and syllabus for all streams. There are many schools, which are affiliated by this board.
In 1952, an all Indian Certificate Examination Conference was held under the Chairmanship of Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad Minister of Education. The main purpose of the conference was to consider the replacement of the overseas Cambridge School Certificate Examination by all Indian Examination. This set the agenda for the establishment of the council.
The council for the Indian School Certificates Examinations conducts three examinations, namely, the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE- Class -X). The Indian School Certificate (ISC- Class XII) and the Certificate in Vocational Education (CVE-Year 12).