ICSE Class X Results of 2014 declared Today
The ICSE Class X Results for 2014 have been declared today. This year 98.28 percent students have passed the examination which was conducted this year. This figure is slightly higher than that of the previous year, which was 98.20 percent in 2013.
The best pass percentage was achieved by the southern region (99.66 percent), followed by the Western region (99.46 percent), Eastern region (98.02 percent) and Northern region (97.30 percent).
This year 1, 49,087 students appeared for the ICSE class X exams out of which 749 were special difficulty students. These exams are conducted by Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) from March 3 and came to an end on March 29.
School Principals can download the result tabulation by logging into the Careers portal of the Council by using the principal’s login ID and password. The tabulation will also be made available on the registered email IDs of all the schools. Schools may also approach the helpdesk at telephone number 022-67226106 for obtaining an additional copy of the tabulation through email.
Candidates can also obtain their result through SMS by sending the key words – ICSE 1234567 (seven digit Unique ID) to the following numbers: 09248082883/ 51818/ 56263/58888/5676750.
ICSE Class X exams were conducted in 2,500 centers, for which the evaluation took place in 650 centres. It was held in 64 written subjects out of which 23 are Indian languages and the rest are foreign languages.
ICSE Class X students are required to clear at least six subjects. One of it should be English, any Second Language and History, Civics Geography (compulsory subjects) and any three optional subjects to receive ICSE certification.
MathsGuru wishes all the students a very best of luck for their results.