New Delhi, July 10
The Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (CICSE) on Friday introduced outcomes for sophistication 10 and 12 exams even because it determined towards bringing out a advantage record this yr in view of “exceptional circumstances”.
The board needed to cancel its pending exams in view of the spike in COVID-19 instances and the outcome has been calculated on the idea of another evaluation scheme determined by it.
As per the outcomes introduced, a complete of two,06,525 candidates have cleared the category 10 exams, often known as the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE), whereas 1,377 candidates have been unsuccessful.
The class 12 exams, referred to as the Indian School Certificate (ISC) examination, have been cleared by 85,611 candidates whereas 2,798 college students have been unsuccessful.
“Given the exceptional circumstances, this year CISCE will not be publishing a merit list for either the ICSE or ISC year 2020 Examinations,” CICSE Chief Executive and Secretary Gerry Arathoon mentioned.
“This year has been an exceptionally difficult year for everyone due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the multiple national and states’ lockdowns, coupled with many other related problems,” he added.
The board had final week introduced an alternate evaluation scheme for the 2 lessons after the pending exams had been cancelled in view of a spike in COVID-19 instances.
As per the scheme, candidates have been assessed based mostly on the perfect three proportion marks obtained in topics for which board exams had been carried out and the marks of their inner evaluation in addition to venture work was taken under consideration. — PTI