ICSE Result 2016/2017, ICSE Results, ICSE 10th Results, ICSE Board Exam Time table 2017

By | May 3, 2017

ICSE Result 2016/2017, ICSE Results, ICSE 10th Results, ICSE Board Exam Time table 2017 :

Update:- The ICSE 10th Class Results 2017 likely to be released on May 15th 2017.

Here we are going to tell some information about of ICSE RESULT 10th 2017:-

  1. Time-Table

  2. Latest Notificztion ICSE Exam 2017

  3. ICSE 10th Results date 2017

  4. ICSE Topper 2016 list

  5.  About ICSE Board

ICSE Result 2016/2017, ICSE Results, ICSE 10th Results, ICSE Board Exam Time table 2017

 

1.Time-Table Of ICSE 1oth Board

 

Students of ICSE Board has eagerly waiting for their time-table of exam because ICSE Board EXAM Time table 2017 has very important part of every ICSE Exam. Students always keep their ICSE Board time table 2017 for better preparation and gain or make full marks to their result and just because of that student perform better in the exam. Even weak student got good marks in ICSE result  2016. Students advised to keep updated with us and get  the latest notification , Here we are going to share ICSE Board Exam Time Table 2017.

 

ICSE exam 2017 time table

March 10 — Friday — English Language – ENGLISH Paper 1

March 15 — Wednesday — Literature in English – ENGLISH Paper 2

March 17 — Friday — History & Civics – H.C.G. – Paper 1

March 18 — Saturday — Art Paper 1 (Still Life)

March 20 — Monday — Geography – H.C.G. – Paper 2

March 23 — Thursday — Second Languages: Ao-Naga, Assamese, Bengali, Dzongkha, Garo, Gujarati, Kannada, Khasi, Lepcha, Mizo, Malayalam, Manipuri, Marathi, Nepali, Odia, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Tamil, Tangkhul, Telugu, Urdu

Modern Foreign Languages: Arabic, Bahasa Indonesia, Chinese, French, German, Modern Armenian, Spanish, Thai, Tibetan, Japanese

 

March 25 — Saturday — Art Paper 2 (Nature Drawing/ Painting)

March 27 — Monday — Physics – SCIENCE Paper 1

March 29 — Wednesday — (Group II Elective) Sanskrit / French

March 30 — Thursday — Hindi

April 1 — Saturday — Art Paper 3 (Original Composition)

April 3 — Monday — Chemistry – SCIENCE Paper 2

April 5 — Wednesday — Biology – SCIENCE Paper 3

April 7 — Friday — (Group III-Elective)
Carnatic Music, Commercial Applications, Computer Applications, Cookery, Drama, Economic Applications, Environmental Applications, Fashion Designing, French, Hindustani Music, Home Science, Indian Dance, Physical Education, Western Music, Yoga, Technical Drawing Applications

April 8 — Saturday — Art Paper 4 (Applied Art)

April 12 — Wednesday — Economics (Group II Elective)

April 17 — Monday — Mathematics

April 19 — Wednesday — Commercial Studies (Group II Elective)

April 21 — Friday — Environmental Science (Group II Elective)

 

Here is the Time table of ICSE Board 2017..

 

2. Latest Notification Of ICSE Exam 2017:

ICSE Result 2016/2017, ICSE Results, ICSE 10th Results, ICSE Board Exam Time table 2017

 

ICSE is all ready to publish the ISC public exam results for the students who had appeared for the Exam.The board The ICSE 10th Resuts has declared the exam Result of ICSE in the official Website or Result91 . In the other source we get the news that the list of students result is even better then previous ICSE Result 2016. So students keep in mind that if you want latest notification of ICSE Board of 10th results or Exam related newz then keep touch with us. In the next point we are going to tell you exact date of ICSE Board 10th Result exam. So student keep read the article

 

3. ICSE 10th Result date 2017:

ICSE Result 2016/2017, ICSE Results, ICSE 10th Results, ICSE Board Exam Time table 2017

Like we told you in the top of the article that the Results od ICSe 10th Board will release the date of 6th May. we are here to tell you briefly exact date and time of ICSE Result 2017. So keep read it..

 

ICSE Board has already announce and the other news source tell that the ICSE Board 10th results has going to announce 6th May 2017, But we are looking many website and the official website of ICSE Board has realeased the notification the exact date of result date of ICSe 2017 10th Exam Results.

So student don’t confuse to see many results date in other sources. The result of ICSE Board has going to release 6th May and mostly Information thing that the time of releasing ICSE Results 2017 is 10 AM and going far, so student keep searcj every half an hour to check your result and if you want to check your result name wise so here we are going to the result site that tell you the Name wise Results. Result91 will publish the ICSE result in name wise so you can check your result by name wise or if you want to check other result for only checking purpose then you should put name of your friend in the given box of name and check their ICSE Results 2017.

 

4. ICSE Topper List 2016:

ICSE Result 2016/2017, ICSE Results, ICSE 10th Results, ICSE Board Exam Time table 2017

 

Abhineet Parichay – 99.2% (Lilavatibai Podar School School, Mumbai.)
Shreya Tughlaq – 99.1% (Chatrabhuj Narsee memorial school, vile parle, mumbai.)
Karan Agrawal – 99.2% (St paul’s School. Rourkela)

ICSE Class 12th Toppers 2016

Aadyaa Maddi – 99.75% (Lilavatibai podar school, mumbai)
Mansi Duggal – 99.50% (Jamnabai Narsee school, mumbai)
Arka Chatterjee – 99.40% (Vivekananda mission school, kolkata)

 

Here the list of ICSE 10th Board result topper list and 12th ICSE 12th Topper List of ICSE Board 2016.

So you check your seniors results and their study strategy to get more marks in the next level of your career. ICSE 10th Results 2016/2017 is all going to set the result of ICSE Boarrd 10th results.So candidates who had appeared in the examination please keep touch with us latest notification or result that we are going to show your result by name wise and roll number.

 

5. About ICSE Board:

ICSE Result 2016/2017, ICSE Results, ICSE 10th Results, ICSE Board Exam Time table 2017

 

The Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) is an examination conducted by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, a private, non-governmental board of school education in India, for class 10, i.e., grade 10. It has been designed to provide an examination in a course of general education, in accordance with the recommendations of the New Education Policy 1986 (India), through the medium of English. It was affiliated to French Board of Examination before 1986.

The examination allows secure suitable representation of governments responsible for schools (which are affiliated to it) in their states or territories. Private candidates are permitted to appear for this examination.

 

Subjects

The subjects that are offered are divided into three groups. Group I includes Compulsory Subjects —English, History & Civics, & Geography, and Indian Language, Group II which includes any two from Mathematics, Science (Physics, Biology, Chemistry) as separate subjects, Environmental Science, Computer Science, Agricultural Science, Commercial Studies, Technical Drawing, A Modern Foreign Language, A Classical Language and Economics, and Group III has any one from Computer Applications, Economic Applications, Commercial Applications, Art, Performing Arts, Home Science, Cookery, Fashion Designing, Physical Education, Technical Drawing Applications, Yoga, and Environmental Applications. All subjects have components of internal assessment, that are carried out by schools, on the basis of assignments/project work, practicals and coursework. There is 20% weightage for internal assessment in group I and II and 50% weightage for group III.

In subjects where there are more than one paper (e.g., Science), the marks obtained in the subject are calculated by taking the average of all the papers in the subject. Candidates appearing for the examination have to study six subjects, with one to three papers in each subject. For subject HC&G the paper 1 consists of History & Civics and paper 2 consists of Geography. Science consists of three papers each for Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. This makes for a total of eight to eleven papers, depending on the subjects. SSC results are taken from best five of six subjects (out of which English marks is compulsory)

 

Incidents

In 2013, a 20-year-old Indian student studying in the US, Debarghya Das, claimed in his personal blog to have downloaded the ICSE scores for over one hundred thousand students by scraping the board’s website. His analysis of the data showed interesting patterns in the marking system, suggesting that the marks were rounded off with no student getting an odd numbered mark as the result of an examination. Further analysis of the data however showed that this was purely due to the marking scheme where the maximum mark for most questions was even numbered and that the cause for any alarm or suspicion was unfounded.“He didn’t hack, he scraped ICSE results and look what he found”

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