ICSE and ISC results on Saturday; scores on website
The ICSE (Class X) and ISC (Class XII) 2021 results will be declared on Saturday at 3pm.
“The results of the ICSE & ISC Year 2021 Examinations will be made available on the website of the council and through SMS,” reads a notification issued by Gerry Arathoon, the chief executive and secretary of the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), which conducts the two exams.
Individual candidates can access the results on the council’s website — www.cisce.org.
On the website, a candidate has to click on the link — Results 2021 — and select ICSE or ISC and enter his/her unique identification number, index number and CAPTCHA as shown on the screen.
They can also get their results through text messages. For receiving the result through text messaging, a
candidate has to type ICSE
or ISC and then the unique identification number and send the message to 09248082883.
The council expects a huge rush when thousands of students will try to access the results. “We have taken all precautions so that there are not any glitches or breakdown. We have enough servers to handle the load,” Arathoon told The Telegraph.
The council said schools could access the results by logging into the Careers portal of the council using the principal’s login ID and password.
The ICSE and ISC exams both were cancelled because of a renewed surge in Covid cases across the country.
“Recheck of answer scripts is not applicable for the ICSE/ISC Year 2021 Examinations as the candidates have been awarded imputed marks,” reads the statement issued by Arathoon.
The council said if a candidate had objections regarding “computation of marks in the result”, she/he might send a written application to the school, stating the objection in detail along with reasons.
“You (the school) are required to review all such applications, and only upon being satisfied with the contentions made therein, forward the same to the CISCE along with your comments/remarks endorsing the contentions made and documents supporting the opinion regarding the computation of marks,” Arathoon’s statement reads.
The applications have to be forwarded, from the head of the school’s official email address, to the council by August 1.
The “dispute resolution mechanism” is only for the correction of calculation errors, the council said.
“The CISCE will review the request, supporting documents and the head of school’s comments/remarks and convey its decision to the concerned school, in writing. In case the result will need to be altered, the CISCE will notify the head of the school concerned,” the council statement says.
In a circular to the school heads on Friday, the CISCE said candidates who would be eligible to appear for compartment and improvement exams would have to register with the council between July 26 and August 1.
The candidates have to contact the head of their school, the council said.
The compartment and improvement exams will be conducted in August or September, depending on the pandemic situation.