Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has declared the result of Class 10 and Class 12th today i.e. May 14, 2018, at 15:00 PM. You can check your result from the official website www.cisce.org. To do so, you can submit your roll number. There are other ways available to check the results. You can use the facility of SMS or DigiLocker. The result is available in the pdf format. Those students who are not satisfied with their results can apply for the re-checking process. The request for ICISCE Class 10th and 12th Rechecking 2018 can be done online from the official website. To know more regarding CISCE Class 10th and 12th Rechecking 2018, you can scroll down this page.

Latest: The students who are not satisfied with their results can now apply for ICSE 10th Rechecking 2018 or ISC 12th Rechecking 2018. Click Here to check your result.

CISCE Class 10th and 12th Rechecking 2018

Apart from the students, the Head of the schools can also apply for the re-checking on the behalf of their students. It can be done by using the career portal. For more clarity, you can check the table given below:

CISCE Class 10th and 12th Rechecking 2018 Important Dates
Commencement of the Application Form 14 May 2018
The Last Date to Apply 21 May 2018

Note: The students can also check the result via SMS.

How to Apply for CISCE Class 10th and 12th Rechecking 2018?

The students can apply for the rechecking of the copies after the declaration of the result.  To do so, you can follow the steps given below:

Step-1: Log on to the official website.

Step-2: Then, click on the link “ICSE 10th Rechecking of Answer Books” or “ISC 12th Rechecking of Answer Books”.

Step-3: Now, enter all the required details.

Step-4: At last, submit your application.

Step-5: After all the steps, you can take the printout for the future reference.

ICSE 10th Rechecking 2018

ISCE 10th Marking Scheme

There are total three groups available in ICSE 10th class. The groups contain the different subjects and the division of the marks is also different. You can check it from the points given below:

Group-1: In this group, all the subject are mandatory for the students. It contains four core subjects. The ratio of the marks for the group-1 is 20:30 i.e. the ratio of the internal marks is 20% and of the external marks is 80%. You can check the respective subjects as:

  1. English
  2. The Second Language
  3. History, Civics, and Geography
  4. Environmental Education

Group-2: There are total 10 subjects in this category. The percentage of internal and external marks is 20:80 respectively. The students choose any of the two subjects from this group.

  1. Agricultural Science
  2. Mathematics
  3. Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology)
  4. A Classical Language
  5. Economics
  6. Computer Science
  7. Commercial Studies
  8. Technical Drawing
  9. Environmental Science
  10. A Modern Foreign Language

Group-3: The subjects of this category are not mandatory. The students choose any 1 of them. The ratio of the internal and external marks of this category is 50:50. You can check the subjects from below:

  1. Computer Applications
  2. Commercial Applications
  3. Economic Applications
  4. Performing Arts
  5. Arts
  6. Cookery
  7. Home Science
  8. Physical Education
  9. Yoga
  10. Fashion Designing
  11. Environmental Applications
  12. Modern Foreign Language
  13. Technical Drawing Applications

About CISCE

The Council has been constituted to secure suitable representation of, Government of India, State Government/Union Territories. There are various government and private schools affiliated to the Council. Over 2,100 schools in India and abroad are affiliated to the CISCE. The CISCE exams are internationally recognized due to the reputed United Kingdom-inspired syllabus by Cambridge University. The board conducts the exams of Class 10 and 12. After the completion of the exams, the board also releases the result for the same.

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