CISCE Results 2020: Students’ Reaction. Pass percentage, Highest Percentage in ICSE, ISC Exam 2020.


The ICSE results 2020 and ISC results 2020 were declared today, 10th July 2020 at 03:00 P.M.  The students of  ‘The Brainbox Tutorials’ have done exceptionally well and passed out with flying colours. The results can be seen on the official website of the council, or All the students who appeared for the ICSE Board exam 2020 and ISC Board exam 2020 have been going through much anxiety. You can also read in detail about the ICSE Results 2020, ISC Results 2020, The new ICSE marking methodology 2020 here.

ICSE Result 2020

The pass percentage for ICSE Result 2020 is 99.33%. The result has shown an increase of 0.79% as compared to last year. Last year The overall pass percentage for the ICSE exam was 98.54%. 

ISC Result 2020

The pass percentage for ISC Result 2020 is 96.82 %. Last year The overall pass percentage for the ISC exam was 96.52%.

All Toppers this year in ICSE Exam 2020 and ISC Exam 2020

CISCE has decided not to release the merit list this time due to some exceptional circumstances. CISCE chief executive and secretary Gerry Arathoon confirmed the same and made the announcement. Perhaps for the same reason, the board did not conduct any video conference this year.

Thus instead of saying no toppers, we should celebrate the equality and the resilience of the students in this testing time and use the term All Toppers This Year.

Gerry Arathoon said, “This year has been an exceptionally difficult year for everyone due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the multiple National and States lockdown, coupled with many other related problems. Despite all odds, CISCE has successfully completed the evaluation of the ICSE & ISC Year 2020 Examinations Answer Scripts and is now ready to declare the results.”

Students’ Reaction on ICSE results 2020 and the CISCE marking Methodology 2020

It seems majority of the students are pleased and satisfied by their results.

Gunjan Bothra, who has obtained 97.6% in ICSE Exam 2020 scoring maximum in Commerce and 99 in 5 subjects said,”The methodology used by the council was fair enough as it did not discriminate among students and provided an equal result. My results were very good. I am well satisfied with it and want to thank Priyanka ma’am for guiding us to the right path.” 

Anjali Bothra, a Class X student from St. Thomas church school has got 94.4% with 99 in English literature and 93 in Maths, said,”I am satisfied with my 10th examination marks. The results are aligned with my expectations. I think the way of marking was really very good and overall I am very happy.”

Srivats Chandak from Adamas International School said that he had never thought ICSE methodology would be so friendly with the students. Speaking about his preparation, he said,”My strategy was to study for gaining knowledge and not for marks. I simply followed the guidelines of my teacher, Priyanka ma’am. She is the most experienced and skilful teacher. Attending her classes regularly was more than enough.” Srivats has obtained 94% in ICSE 2020 with 98 each in English Literature, History and Computer applications. 

Zainab Moqaddas, another ICSE Exam 2020 candidate had scored 85.6%, her highest being 95 in English Literature, said,”My results were better than my expectations and the marking methodology of the council was just awesome. I am very happy with my results.”

Mansa Bohra from Mahadevi Birla Shishu Vihar, who scored 89.4% in ICSE this year, said,”I am quite happy with my result. The marking methodology of the council was good as we have been given marks on the basis of the appeared papers. I would like to acknowledge my teachers for giving complete guidance throughout the session.”

Shradhha Choudhary, who appeared in ISC examination with Commerce stream from Welland Gouldsmith School, said,”I got 81% and in my opinion the marking scheme gave justice to my efforts and motivated me to work harder. The results have been quite satisfactory for most of us.”

ICSE Exam 2020 Update

The ICSE examination was conducted in 61 written subjects of which 22 are Indian languages and 9 are foreign languages and 2 classical languages.
This year over 207902 students from 2341 schools appeared in the ICSE exams.
Number of students passed: 2,06,525 
Number of girls passed: 94,937
Number of boys passed: 1,11,588

ISC Exam 2020 update

The ISC examination has been conducted in 51 written subjects of which 15 are Indian languages and 6 are foreign languages and 1 Classical language.
Number of students passed: 85,611 
Number of girls passed: 40,170
Number of boys passed: 45,441

How To Check ICSE Result 2020 and ISC Result 2020

The results of ICSE Exam 2020 and ISC Exam 2020 will be announced on Friday, 10th July 2020 at 3 PM. The students can check the result for ICSE board exam 2020 and ISC board exam 2020 in the following ways:

Check ICSE/ ISC Results

ICSE Exam 2020, ISC Exam 2020 Series of Past Events

This year’s ICSE and ISC examinations were unlike the previous years’ CISCE examinations. Earlier, the ICSE Board Exam 2020 and ISC Board exam 2020 were postponed due to corona virus pandemic in the country. The remaining exams were rescheduled from 1st July to 14th July 2020. However, these exams were also cancelled when a group of parents filed a plea in the apex court demanding cancellation of the exams citing the peril of COVID 19. 
The Period has been very challenging and full of anxiety for all the candidates who have appeared for ICSE exam 2020 and ISC exam 2020. CISCE, later, cancelled all the pending exams of class X and XII,which were to be taken from 1st July to 14th July 2020 and devised a marking Imputation Formula to calculate the marks of remaining ICSE and ISC board papers 2020.

Optional Examinations for ICSE and ISC students

However, the students of ISC and ICSE will get option to write the remaining papers if they want to improve their marks. The optional exam will be held when the situation is conducive. 

Rechecking ICSE 10th Result 2020, ISC 12th Result 2020

The council has made provisions for the candidates to apply for rechecking directly through the council’s website. The head of schools can also apply for rechecking through the career portal.
The online module for submitting the requests for rechecking of the results will remain open for only 7 days from the day of the declaration of results. Council will not be responsible for any loss or damage or any inconvenience caused to the students consequent to the revision of marks and will entertain no claims in this regard.
The council will make the digitally signed copies of the statement of marks and pass certificate available for the candidates through the DigiLocker facility.

The candidates who took the ICSE examination will also be provided with digitally signed copies of the migration certificate. The digitally signed document will be available after 48 hours of the publication of results.

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