The Council for the Indian School Certificate Tests (CISCE) stated on Friday that board results for its class 12 and class 10 examinations will be revealed at around 3 p.m. tomorrow, July 24, 2021.
The official website https://www.cisce.org will include the board results for ISC and ICSE examinations.
Here’s how to get the grade sheet:
Students can view the results by going to www.cisce.org or www.results.cisce.org on the Council’s website. The following are the steps to accessing the findings on the Council’s website:
1. Go to the Council’s home page and click on the ‘Results 2021’ link.
2. To view the ICSE/ISC Year 2021 Examination results, a candidate must pick ICSE or ISC from the Course choice, as appropriate.
- To access the ICSE Year 2021 Examination Results, the candidate must first enter his or her Unique ID, Index No., and Password.
- The candidate must enter his or her Unique ID, Index No., and CAPTCHA as indicated on the screen in order to access the ISC Year 2021 Examination Results.
- On the results web page, there are instructions for viewing/printing the results. The user is free to do the same.
Students’ results are also sent to them via SMS. The steps are as follows:
1. To receive the ICSE Year 2021 Examination Results through SMS, the candidate must type his or her Unique DD in the ‘New Message’ box as follows: ICSE 1234587 ICSE 1234587 ICSE 1234587 (Seven Digit Unique ID)
2. To get the results of the 1SC Pear 2021 Examination through SMS, the candidate must insert his or her Unique ID in the box below.
-Send a message to the following phone number: 09248082883.
-The outcome will be shown.
The CBSE and CISCE boards had previously told the Supreme Court that the results of the class XII board examinations would be announced by July 31, and that students who wanted to take the CBSE board examination physically could do so between August 15 and September 15, subject to a favourable pandemic situation. The CISCE announced that its students would be able to take improvement exams beginning September 1 if the situation remains favourable.
Both the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CICSE) informed the Supreme Court that they had amended their respective evaluation schemes for Class 12 students and included a dispute resolution mechanism for candidates who had any objections to the results.