Exams to be conducted amid strict COVID-safety protocols
The ICSE exams will be held from May 5 to June 7 and the ISC exams from April 8 to June 16.
The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) released the timetable on March 1. To check the complete schedule for both exams, click here.
The results for both ICSE and ISC exams will be declared in July. “The results will be issued through the conveners to the heads of schools by the month of July 2021. The results will NOT be available from the office of the council in New Delhi. Queries about the results by candidates / parents / guardians will not be entertained by the council. Supervising examiners are advised to take all necessary steps to ensure that the following directions are brought to the notice of all the candidates under examination,” CISCE stated in the exam notification.
Speaking to ABP Education recently, Gerry Arathoon, chief executive and secretary of CISCE, which conducts the ISC and ICSE exams, had said that the council was waiting for the Election Commission to announce the election dates in five states and for schools to reopen for board examinees throughout the country.
The council has also issued COVID-19 safety Instructions to be strictly followed by candidates at the examination centres:
The question paper will be distributed to candidates 15 minutes ahead of the start of the examination. The 15 extra minutes may be used for reading the question paper.
Continuation booklets will be issued on request only after one has completed writing on all pages of the standard answer booklet/continuation booklet already issued. All continuation booklets, used/unused, must be attached to the main answer booklet. All work, including rough work, should be done on the same sheet as the rest of the answer.
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