With lakhs of Indian School Certificate (ISC) students anxiously waiting for their results on Saturday, many were disappointed as they could not log on to the board website for a long time after their results were announced at 3 pm. Not only students, but schools too had a difficult time in checking their overall scores on Saturday afternoon.
The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) announced their ISC (class XII) results in Delhi at 3 pm through a press conference and students across the country were supposed to find their scores on the board website, www.cisce.org. However, till 3:45pm, the website was not loading.
“My students as well as staff have been on the website since 3 pm, but we have not managed to log on to the website. There seems to be some problem,” said Carl Laurie, principal of Christ Church School, Byculla.
He added that this problem might have been caused because of thousands of students and schools across the country may have been trying to log on to the website at the same time.
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