ISC 12th Result 2017 will be declared on 29th May 2017 in online mode. The CISCE (Council for The Indian Certificate Examinations) came into existence in the year of 1958. It organises the ICSE, ISC, CVE and other examinations across the country. The headquarter of CISCE is located at New Delhi. In this article, we are providing details of ISC Inter Result 2017 including the previous year result analysis.
Students who have appeared in the ISC 12th examinations can check their results via online mode through the website. The result will be declared on 29th May 2017 (at 3:00 PM). Here we will provide the link to check the result, whenever the result gets declared. Students are advised to take extra printouts of the result for further use.
ISC Inter Result Analysis
Here we are providing the previous year result analysis of ISC 12th exams:
|Year||Passing %||Boys %||Girls %|
As per the above-given table, the passing percentage of students has been increased year by year. The total 85% students were passed and boys pass percentage was 81% and girls pass percentage was recorded as 83% in the year 2016.
How to Check ISC 12th Result 2017
Here we have mentioned some simple steps to check the result:
- Go to the official website of CISCE (link will be provided here).
- Click on the result section.
- Search for the link related to “ISC (12th) Result 2017” on the website.
- A new page will appear on the screen.
- Enter your roll number and click on submit button.
- The result will display on the screen.
- Don’t forget to take some printouts of the result for future references.
|Total number of Students||16859||72069|
|Pass Percentage||98.54 %||96.56 %|
About Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE)
The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) was established to replace the Cambridge School Education Certificate and it took over three decades to reach to its current form. The first ICSE (Class 10th) and ISC (Class 12th) examinations were conducted in the year 1986, in accordance with the New Education Policy 1986.
The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) also conducts Certificate of Vocational Education Examination at higher secondary level. The Joint Council of Higher Education under the aegis of CISE was established complying with the National Policy of Education 1986 on the recommendation of Ministry of Human Resource Development.