ICSE 10th Result 2022: Yashvi Jain is Delhi topper, Aryan Garg close second

ICSE Result 2022: While girls have achieved a pass percentage of 100 per cent, the pass percentage of boys stood at 99.28 percent.

ICSE 10th Result 2022: Yashvi Jain is Delhi topper, Aryan Garg close second ICSE topper 2022 Delhi (Representational Image: Shutterstock)
Press Trust of India | Jul 17, 2022 - 11:34 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: Girls have done slightly better than boys in Delhi in the Class 10 ICSE exam, the results of which were announced on Sunday. While girls have achieved a pass percentage of 100 per cent, the pass percentage of boys stood at 99.28 percent.

The top rank in the Delhi region was bagged by Yashvi Jain with 97.6 percent followed by Aryan Garg at the second spot with 97.4 percent. The third spot was shared by Mahima Gupta and Jaisveen Kaur with 97 percent marks. All four students are from the Frank Anthony Public School. A total of 240 candidates from Delhi had appeared for the Class 10 exam out of which 57.92 percent were boys while 42.08 percent girls.

For the first time in the history of the board, the Council For The Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) conducted two examinations in a single examination year. While semester one exams were held in November-December 2021, the second semester exams were conducted in April-May 2022, for class 10 and 12. The Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) examination was conducted in 61 written subjects of which 20 are Indian languages, nine foreign languages and one Classical language.

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The CISCE had on Saturday announced that marks of both first and second semesters will be given equal weightage in the final score and the candidates who did not appear for either semester 1 or 2 examinations will be marked absent and their results will not be declared. "For the computation of the ICSE examination results, equal weightage has been given to both the semester 1 and semester 2 examinations. The marks of semester 1, semester 2 and the project (internal assessment) have been added to arrive at the final marks in each of the subjects and papers," said Gerry Arathoon, Chief Executive and Secretary, CISCE.


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