Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee congratulated the successful students.
The Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) on Friday announced the ICSE and ISC results for Class 10 and Class 12. The CISCE did not publish the merit list due to exceptional circumstances during the COVID-19 crisis, which is a first for the students.
The all India results of ICSE and ISC were highly encouraging considering the COVID-19 crisis and the inconvenience caused regarding the examination. As per the official report, the students of ICSE and ISC in West Bengal also did quite well in the examination. In West Bengal, 99.09 per cent of ICSE students cleared the examination, whereas, the total pass percentage of ISC was 97.58 per cent.
According to a report, a total of 37,258 students from 382 ICSE schools in West Bengal appeared in the ICSE examination, out of which 36,920 successfully cleared the exam. On the other hand, a total of 25,058 candidates from 270 schools appeared in the ISC examination, out of this, 24,453 passed in the exam.
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee gave her heartiest congratulations to the successful students through her social media handles.
This year, as it was not possible to conduct all the ICSE and ISC exams due to the COVID-19 issue, a special marking scheme was used to evaluate scores. Those subjects for which exams were not held, scores were given on the basis of internal assessment and best of three. The three highest-scoring subjects (for which the exam has taken place) were evaluated at time of the internal assessment of the papers which can also include project work as well. The weightage of 70:30 ratio were given to both the marking schemes, respectively.
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