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ISC also called Indian School Certificate is an exam conducted by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) in accordance with the recommendations of the New Education Policy 1986, through English medium after a two-year course of studies beyond the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (Year-10) Examination or its equivalent. There are total 2,341 schools which are affiliated to CISCE board where ICSE held.

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The beginning of the academic year in Schools affiliated to the Council shall be from the middle of March and the first week of June each year. However, the Hill schools may begin the academic year from February each year.

The board has detailed the syllabus and standard books for Class 11 and 12. One has to study from the books to score better marks in the examinations. For promotions from Class 11 to 12, a student is required to have obtained at least 35% marks in a minimum of four subjects which must include English, on the cumulative average and a minimum attendance of 75% of the working days.

ISC Board Syllabus

English is the compulsory subject in ISC other than this a student can select three, four or five elective subjects from the list provided below.

Compulsory Subject
Elective Subjects
An Indian Language
A Modern Foreign Language
A Classical Language
Elective English
Political Science
Business Studies
Home Science
Fashion Designing
Electricity & Electronics
Engineering Science
Computer Science
Geometrical & Mechanical Drawing
Geometrical & Building Drawing
Music (Indian or Western)
Physical Education
Environmental Science
Mass Media & Communication
Legal Studies
Hospitality Management

• The following subject combinations are not permitted for the ISC Examination:
(i) Physics with Engineering Science.
(ii) Geometrical & Mechanical Drawing with Geometrical & Building Drawing

• A candidate may not enter for more than six subjects including the compulsory subject English.

• The pass mark for each subject is 35%.
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