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ISC, ICSE results announced: Devang, Vibha secure 100% marks

In the 10th ICSE exam, the percentage of girls who passed is 99.05% whereas 98.12% of boys have made it; in the 12th ISC exam, 97.84% of the girls and 95.40% of the boys have passed

New Delhi: The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) announced the results of Class 10th (ICSE) and 12th (ISC) on Tuesday. Mumbai’s Juhi Rupesh Kajaria and Manhar Bansal of Muktsar topped with 99.60% marks in Class 10. Devang Kumar Agrawal and Vibha Swaminathan topped the ISC rankings with scores of 100% each.

The CBSE results for both Class 10 and Class 12 were announced last week.

In the 10th ICSE examination, the percentage of girls who passed is 99.05% whereas 98.12% of boys have made it.

In the 12th ISC exam, 97.84% of the girls have passed and so have 95.40% of the boys who appeared for the exam.

Those students who had passed the 10th and 12th exams from CISCE can check their result on the website of the council. The percentage of examinees who passed this year in ICSE stood at 98.54%, which is 0.03% higher than the figure last year.

The ISC examination had begun on 4 February and it ended on 25 March. The examination of ICSE started on 22 February and ended on 25 March. In the 10th, 98.54% of students passed the examination while 96.52% of students passed the 12th examination.

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