It will be the first result of the outcomes season. The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) will pronounce the results of the ICSE and ISC exams at 11.30am on Monday.
Indeed, even as folks and hopefuls are apprehensive about results day, principals are certain that applicants will ace the exams with great scores. "We are anticipating that the outcomes should be vastly improved than a year ago in light of the fact that the papers have been great and candidates too were sure about their execution after they wrote the papers," said Wilfred Noronha, vice principal, St Mary's School (ICSE), Mazgaon.
A year ago, the ISC pass rate had expanded from 95.15% to 95.27% and the ICSE pass rate hardly from 98.2% to 98.28%.
In any case, there are anxieties. For instance, the arithmetic paper was lengthy and harder than students expected. "Hopefuls ordinarily score well in the committee examinations, yet this time the mathematics paper is a foundation for some worry. Hopefuls from both ICSE and ISC had whined that the paper was extremely extensive and extreme," said Seema Saini, essential, N L Dalmia School. More than 1.5 lakh candidates over the nation took the ICSE exam and around 70,000 took the ISC exam.
ICSE hopefuls and folks are likewise uneasy of Bombay Scottish students having an "out of line point of interest as" the geography paper in the board exams was 90% like the school's prelim exam, which was conducted in February. "We had raised the issue when we saw the similitude and had additionally conveyed it to the notification of the gathering. It asserted to have led a request, however rejected reevaluation," said a guardian of an understudy learning at Arya Vidya Mandir, Bandra.
Principals stress the issue could have an effect on rectifications. "We fear rectifications for papers from this district could be stricter," said a principal.
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