CISCE ISC Result 2019 - ICSE Class 12th Result, Rechecking Procedure, and Digital Mark Sheet

Published on : 7th May 2019
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7th May 2019: The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has announced the Indian School Certificate (ISC) i.e. class 12th result today on 7th May 2019. The result was uploaded on the official website - www.cisce.org at 3:00 PM.

The official website flashes the following notice earlier today,

“ISC results will be published on 07/05/2019 at 3:00 PM IST.”

The pass percentage for ISC 2019 exam is 96.52% which has increased by 0.31% from the last year.

The result is available at the official website and CAREERS Portal of the Council. Let’s have a look at how the result can be accessed through these different modes.

Steps to check the CISE Class 12th Result 2019 at the Official Website

  • Visit the official website - www.cisce.org.
  • Now look for the ‘Results 2019’ link and click it.
  • Select ISC from the course option.
  • Enter your unique ID, index number, and CAPTCHA shown in the image to access the result.
  • Check the result, download it, and take a print.

For Checking ISC result 2019 through SMS

Using this mode, the result will be sent to your registered mobile number. You need to type the following message from your mobile:

ISC

Send the message to 09248082883

You will receive the result. The result will comprise of your name followed by marks in each subject.

Steps for checking the ISC Result through the CAREERS portal

The CAREERS portal is for affiliated schools to check the result. Schools can access the result using the Principal’s login ID and password. Here are the steps to be followed:

  • Go to the ‘CAREERS’ portal - https://careers.cisce.org/.
  • And click on the ‘Examination System’ tab.
  • Click on the ‘ISC’ option on the menu bar.
  • Now, click on ‘Reports’.
  • Click on ‘Result Tabulation’ to view the result.
  • Take a print of the result.

ISC Class 12th Toppers

ISC class 12th examination 2019 have two toppers - Dewang Kumar Agarwal from Kolkata and Vibha Swaminathan from Bengaluru. Dewang is from Science stream while Vibha is from Humanities. They both secured 100% marks. They both are the first students to secure 100% in ISC exam till now.

Compartmental Examination

CISCE is introducing the compartmental exam for the first time. If a student fails to clear one or two subjects, he can sit for the compartmental exam and clear the exam without wasting a year. The eligibility for appearing the compartmental exam will be determined by the board and the same will be mentioned on the result of the candidate. So, while checking the result, candidates can see if they are eligible for the compartmental test. The registrations for the compartmental test will be done from 24th to 30th June. The exam will be conducted on 15th, 16th, and 17th July 2019. And, the result for the same will be announced on 5th August 2019.

ISC 2019 Result Rechecking

The council allows the students to submit a request for rechecking the result. The application for rechecking can be submitted through the official website or through the CAREERS portal. Candidates can submit their applications within SEVEN days of the declaration of the result i.e. from 7th to 13th May 2019.

Digilocker Facility for Marksheet and Passing Certificates

The council uses the DigiLocker facility established by the DeitY (Department of Electronics and Information Technology), Government of India for providing the digital versions of students’ mark sheets and passing certificate. Digitally signed copies of all the certificates will be uploaded in the DigiLocker. For class 12th students, Migration Certificate will also be available. Candidates can access their documents after 48 hours of the declaration of result through the DigiLocker facility. For creating a DigiLocker account, enter a mobile valid number > an OTP will be sent > provide the OTP to authenticate the mobile number > select a username and password to create your account.


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