ICSE Result 2021: CISCE asks schools to submit average marks scores by 9th & 10th students in Internal Assessments to Prepare Results

New Delhi, Online Desk. ICSE Result 2021: After the cancellation of CISCE Board’s class 10 board examinations due to Kovid-19, a big update has been revealed regarding ICSE Result 2021. The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has asked affiliated schools across the country to submit the average marks of internal examinations for every subject of classes 9 and 10 received by the students. The results of Class 10 (ICSE) will be declared by CISCE for the academic session 2020-21 on the basis of these marks.

“We have asked all these (schools) to provide two types of marks for students – Class 9 Average Marks and Class 10 Average Marks Council. All these (ICSE) students were in Class 9 last year, hence the average marks of their previous year and marks of internal (unit test, etc.) conducted during this whole year have been sought. After getting the details from the schools, we will analyze them and we will be able to tell what we are going to do in this regard. We now see what data the schools provide, ”Gerry Arathoon, CISCE secretary and chief executive, told education portal Career 360.

Also, the CISCE Secretary stated that schools have also conducted assessments in different formats. He said, “Schools have conducted online exams, some offline tests, unit tests, etc. – whichever I have asked them to send the results of the entire session to us.”

Let us know that CISCE recently issued a notice on 20 April, announcing the cancellation of the 10th class i.e. According to the notice of the council, “The safety and health of our students and teaching faculty is our top priority and is of paramount importance to us.”

Also read – CISCE Board Exam 2021: 10th examinations postponed, admissions can be taken in 11th, 12th examinations later

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