Failed in board exams

Posted by: | Posted on: June 11, 2019

Failed in board exams or debarred from appearing in the board exams there is no need to panic .The solution to your agony is that get admitted to NIOS by contacting on 9647755789 without wasting any time so that you can pass your board exam the very same year. The main advantage of passing secondary or senior secondary through NIOS BOARD instead of reappearing in that same board exam which you failed earlier is that it saves you a year in your education.

SHIKSHA KENDEA is one of the most prominent coaching which deals in NIOS admissions for students advises students to get enrolled in NIOS board as it carries equal importance and value like CBSE, ICSE, WB or any other Government board with India. The board has be approved and founded by the Ministry of Human Resource and Development, government of India through resolution (No. F.5-24/90 Sch.3 dated 14 September 1990 published in the Gazette of India on 20 October 1990).You can get admission in any university or institute after clearing your secondary or senior secondary course from NIOS.NIOS offers much flexibility to save the year and career from getting wasted in the life ahead. In N.I.O.S the admissions are going on throughout the year 24×7 days of the 365 days with exams conducted all year round. If the student has failed in board years exam(xth & xiith) of CBSE, ICSE or WB Board as well as other provincial boards, these students can be immediately enrolled in Stream 2 of Nios by providing their original failed mark sheet. There is a transfer of marks system known as Transfer of Credit (TOC) in NIOS where a maximum of 2 subjects can be transferred from other boards. To be eligible for awarding a NIOS pass certificate the student needs to appear in a minimum of 3 subjects of NIOS course curriculum. Exams of these students are conducted in october-november and the certificate are also issued in the same year in which the student failed in the other board, thus the student year does not go waste and is saved in national institute of open schooling board.

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