ICSE, ISC Result 2019: Class 10th, 12th Results will be Announced Tomorrow; Check For Latest Updates

Abha Toppo
Abha Toppo

The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations also known as CISCE will be declaring the result for class 10 & class 12 board examinations tomorrow i.e. 7th May (Tuesday). Once the results are announced, students who have appeared for the class 10 & class 12 board exams can check their scores on the official website -

The class 10 exams were held from 22 February to 25 March 2019 while class 12 exams were conducted from 4 February to 25 March 2019.

Both, the ISC as well as ICSE results will be announced on the same day and at the same time. The result links are likely to be activated by 3 pm for students to check their marks and download their scorecard. Later they can collect their official mark sheets from the respective schools.

Steps to Check ICSE, ISC Result 2019:

1st Step – Go to the official website of CISCE i.e.

2nd Step - On the homepage, you will see separate links for I.C.S.E. (CLASS X) and I.S.C. (CLASS XII) results. So click accordingly.

3rd Step - Enter the required details in the space provided.

4th Step – Then click submit button

5th Step - Check your ISC or ICSE result 2019 and save a copy of the same for future use.


Method to Check ICSE, ISC result 2019 via SMS

Besides referring to the official website, candidates can also check the result through SMS facility on the mobile phones. For this, they will have to simply type ISC or ICSE, depending on which class they have appeared for, followed by 7-digit unique ID code & forward the text to 09248082883. Students will then get a text message alert displaying their result.

Passing marks in ICSE, ISC result 2019

In order to clear the exam, students will have to score at least 33 marks in the ICSE exams and obtain a similar aggregate percentage. On the other hand, to qualify the ISC exam, candidates need to get at least 40 % marks in each subject.

In 2018, 98.51% students qualified class 10 while 96.21% students cleared class 12 exams. This was down from 2017’s overall pass percentage that stood at 99% for class 10 & 98 % for class 12 students.

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