Shamshad Ali|Oct 19, 2021
CISCE releases instructions for students reappearing in ICSE and ISC exam 2022
CISCE has released important instructions for students not awarded pass certificate, supplementary, absent or withdrawn students. Read details here.
NEW DELHI: Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) has issued important instructions for the students reappearing in ICSE and ISC exam 2022. The instructions are issued through a circular on the official website cisce.org.in. These set of instructions are released for students who are placed in the category of pass certificate not awarded (PCNA), supplementary, absent or withdrawn.
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The official notification issued by CISCE reads, “It may be noted that this year a special provision that has been put in place for the Year 2022 Examination and should not be considered as a precedent for the future.”
Click here to read the official notification.
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Instructions for PCNA (Pass Certificate Not Awarded) students
Students who wish to appear in the ICSE or ISC exam 2022 in regular attendance for a full certificate will have to take admission in the respective Class. Such students will have to follow the bifurcated CISCE syllabus and will have to appear for both semester examinations.
Students who want to appear in ICSE, ISC exams 2022 as ‘candidates not in attendance (type 3)’ will have to confirm their admission with the CISCE through the online module.
Students need to study the entire revised syllabus for both semesters. The Examinations will be held in the month of March/April 2022.
Instructions for Pass Certificate Awarded (PCA) students
Those students who want to improve their subject grades will have to be admitted to Classes 10 or 12. They have to follow the latest syllabus and have to appear for the exams in Semester 1 and 2.
Instructions for the absent/withdrawn students
Students will have to take admission in the affiliated school and the entry will have to be confirmed through the online module. Such students will have to follow the bifurcated syllabus. They need to appear for Semester I and Semester II exams.
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