NIOS 10th Result 2016, NIOS Result Class 10 2016

NIOS 10th Result 2016, NIOS Result Class 10 2016, Nios.ac.in Result


National Institute of Open Schooling Class 10 results: Check at www.nios.ac.in at 4 pm

The National Institute of Open Schooling  (NIOS) announce the Secondary board exam results. Candidates can check their NIOS 10th Result 2016 at the official site of the board, www.nios.ac.in.

These are the steps a student can do to check their NIOS 10th Class Results:

Visit the official website of NIOS.ac.in
Click on the link 'Secondary Examination Results Declared'
Enter your roll number and click 'Submit'.
The NIOS Board 10th Results will be displayed on the computer screen. Students can download and print their NIOS Class 10 Result 2016 for future reference.

NIOS 10th Mark sheet, provisional certificate and migration-cum-transfer certificate will be issued to the candidates passed in the NIOS 10th Exams directly through their respective AIs. Candidates can get copy of the relevant portion of the result from the Accredited Vocational Institutions immediately after the declaration of NIOS 10th results 2016

Candidates need to successfully complete a minimum of five subjects with atleast one language or atmost two languages, which is a must for certification from NIOS. Students for both Secondary and Senior Secondary need to pass in a minimum of five subjects including one or maximum of two languages from one Group and other three or four subjects from the other Group. Students are free to take up to two additional subjects. A maximum of seven subjects can be chosen by the students.

NIOS provides distance education courses equivalent to Class 3, Class 5, Class 8, Class 10, and Class 12 in addition to Vocational Courses. NIOS also offers Elementary level Courses through its Open Basic Education Programmes.

NIOS was started by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in 1979. The National Policy on Education strengthened further Open School System for extending open learning facilities in a phased manner at secondary level in India as an independent system with its own curriculum and examination leading to certification.  Thus came the open school  system, established in 1989, for the promotion and development of secondary education in India.

The purpose of NIOS is to provide pre-elementary education through Open and Distance Learning (ODL) mode to school drop-outs and those missing Upper Primary stage of education and to attain Universalisation of Elementary Education. It strives to provide continuing education for adult neo-literates, working men and women to reinforce their functional literacy and not to allow them to relapse into illiteracy.

National Institute of Open Schooling  conducts the Secondary, i.e. Class 10 and Senior Secondary, i.e. Class 12 examinations every year.