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CISCE Result 2024: ICSE, ISC Scores Available on DigiLocker, cisce.org | Education news

The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) is expected to announce the ICSE Class 10 and ISC Class 12 results 2024 this month. Once released, students can view their scorecards on the official CISCE website – cisce.org.

Besides the official websites, CISCE scorecards for ICSE and ISC will also be available at DigiLocker. “The much awaited #CISCE Board #ICSE (Class-X) and #ISC (Class-XII) exam results 2024 #comingsoon! Students Prepare in advance by creating your #DigiLocker account. Don’t miss instant access to your results – create your account now,” DigiLocker posted on its official X account (formerly known as Twitter).


CISCE 10th, 12th Results 2024: How to download a marksheet via DigiLocker

Step 1: Go to the official website – digilocker.gov.in/installapp

Step 2: Install the DigiLocker application on your device

Step 3: Click ‘Get Started’ and select ‘Create Account’

Step 4: Enter the required information in the provided field such as name, date of birth, email address and 6-digit PIN provided by your school

Step 5: Check the details and validate with received OTP

Step 6: Your digiLocker account will be successfully activated

Step 7: After the result declaration, open the app and click on the result link

Step 8: Enter data and access your digital marksheet

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This year, the ICSE exams were held from February 21 to March 28, while the ISC exams were held from February 26 to April 4.

On March 26, CISCE had to postpone the Class 12 (ISC) Psychology exam due to loss of the question paper packet. “Please be informed that one of the ISC Year 2024 Examination Centers has reported that the question paper pack of the upcoming ISC Year 2024 Psychology Examination has been lost,” the official notice said. After this, the exam took place on April 4 at 2:00 PM.

Earlier, in February, the Chemistry paper 1 (theory) for class 12 was postponed two hours before the exam “due to unforeseen circumstances” and rescheduled to March 21.