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ICSE and ISC Results (year 2016-2017)

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Board Affiliation

The success of educational innovation is in many ways dependent on the examination system that the school follows. The long-term vision of Shikshantar is to prepare students to think originally, to work creatively and to help them recognize their inner strengths as lifelong learners. Shikshantar considers the choice of the examination board as critical for the development of its students.

Shikshantar is affiliated to the Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) , one of the two recognised and approved All India Boards of Secondary Education. This choice will enable the school to create a balanced curricular plan for students of the senior classes to develop an application based, conceptual understanding of the subjects they study in school. A balanced curricular plan also encourages students to excel in their areas of study and develop a competitive advantage for admission in desirable institutions of higher learning and academic universities.

The CISCE conducts examinations at the end of Class X and Class XII, referred to as the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) and the Indian School Certificate (ISC), respectively. The ISC examination has been granted equivalence to the British school leaving certificates by UCAS, a national admissions and accreditation agency in the UK. This implies that students with grades 1, 2 and 3 may be eligible for direct admission to some UK universities without appearing for a separate A-level examination or bridge courses.

ICSE and ISC Results (year 2015-2016)

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ICSE and ISC Results (year 2014-2015)

Congratulations to the students, facilitators and parents of our 5th batch of ICSE and 3rd batch of ISC !

Progressive learning environment enables each student to set and achieve personal targets of academic standards in the board examination! The year’s board examination results verify that the approach can be facilitated successfully even with large number of students.

ICSE 2015 Results

Total Appeared

47

Total Passed

47

Highest Percentage (aggregate of 5 subjects)

95.20%

School Average (aggregate of 5 subjects)

80.04%

No of students scoring  90% (aggregate of 5 subjects)

09

No of students scoring  80%  and < 90% (aggregate of 5 subjects)

17

No of students scoring  70%  and < 80% (aggregate of 5 subjects)

13

Highest marks scored in a subject

100%

 

Subject

Highest Marks scored

English

95

Hindi

95

Sanskrit

83

German

90

History, Civics & Geography

95

Mathematics

95

Science

95

Art

96

Computer Application

100

Home Science

95

Physical Education

92

Economics

78

Environmental Science

83

ISC 2015 Results

Total Appeared

14

Total Passed

14

Highest Percentage(aggregate of 4 subjects)

96.00 %

School Average(aggregate of 4 subjects)

85.89 %

No of students scoring  90% (aggregate of 4 subjects)

03

No of students scoring  80%  and < 90% (aggregate of 4 subjects)

08

No of students scoring  70%  and < 80% (aggregate of 4 subjects)

03

Highest marks scored in a subject

100%

 

Subject

Highest Marks scored

English

94

Mathematics

100

Physics

94

Chemistry

86

Biology

66

Psychology

98

Elective English

83

Art

98

Physical Education

100

Commerce

86

Economics

94

Accounts

64

Computer Science

95

History

88

Sociology

86

Political Science

83

 

ICSE and ISC Results (year 2013-2014)

Congratulations to the students of our 4th batch of ICSE and 2nd batch of ISC!
All children have secured first division with 50% of the students of Classes X and XII scoring an aggregate above 80%.

Progressive learning environment enables each student to set and achieve personal targets of academic standards in the board examination!

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ICSE and ISC Results (year 2012-2013)

Congratulations to the batch of ICSE 2013 and ISC 2013 for achieving personal milestones of high level of academic standards in the board examination!

All children have secured first division with 84 % subject distinctions (greater than 75% marks) in Class X and 60% subject distinctions in Class XII.

CISCE Results (year 2011-2012)

Congratulations to the batch of ICSE 2012 for achieving high level of academic standards in the board examination.

All the children have secured first divisions with the highest aggregate of 85% and 68% subject distinctions.

CISCE Results (year 2010-2011)

Children of first batch of CISCE of 2010-11 secured 100% first divisions with the highest of 94% distinctions in all subjects including 100 marks in one subject.

Progressive practices in education can yield reliable results with the formal examination system.