Pass percentage of ISC Class 12 results 2014 is at 95.26
The ISC Class 12 exam results 2014 declared by CISCE have shown that 95.26% of the total 68,723 aspirants have cleared the exam.
The Indian School Certificate (ISC) Class 12 examinations were conducted by Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations both within India and abroad from February 10, 2014 to April 11, 2014.
The evaluations were completed at 338 centers across the country. To be considered passing, ISC students are required to clear a minimum of 4 subjects, although they may appear for as many as 6 subjects. The ISC exam mark sheets and passing certificates should reach the respective schools by May 22, 2014.
A total of 871 schools (India and abroad) participated in the CISCE ISC exams 2014 with 68,723 students appearing for the exams. Girls have performed better than boys with 30,100 girls clearing the exam from the total 31, 165 having appeared and 35,367 boys passing the exams from the total 37,558 boys having appeared for the exam.
From other categories 2,271 SC students attempted the exam with a pass percentage of 94.63, similarly 2,350 ST candidates attempted the exam with pass percentage of 89.66 and 6,910 OBC candidates attempted the exam with a pass percentage of 95.07. Around 193 Dsylexic students appeared for the exam and 20 visually challenged students.
ISC Class 12 Pass percentage 2014 according to region shows Southern Region in the lead with pass percentage 98.32, followed by Western region at 95.74 pass percentage, Northern region with 95.01 pass percentage and finally Eastern region with 94.91 pass percentage. Internationally ISC pass percentage for 2014 stands at 98.51.
Pass percentage according to subject:
- Chemistry 98.66 percent
- Biology 98.62 percent
- Physics 98.60 percent
- Computer Science 97.87 percent
- Mathematics 97.57 percent
- Bengali 95.61 percent
- English 95.60 percent
- Hindi 93.48 percent
- Economics 91.72 percent
- Accounts 91.45 percent
- Commerce 91.42 percent
The ISC Class 12 exams 2014 were conducted in 48 written subjects out of which 12 were Indian languages, 5 were foreign languages and 3 were classical languages.