National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) officials confirmed via call that the results of class 10th and 12th candidates, who appeared in the October examinations will be declared by today evening. This statement has both put to rest the ongoing debate on result date, and instilled a fresh fervour among the candidates who have been waiting for their results.
NIOS result will be declared online, at results.nios.ac.in. Candidates will be able to login with their enrolment number, aka the roll number, to check their scores. Their mark sheets will show subject wise theory marks, practical marks, total, and result as to whether one has passed or failed.
In the result, P will mean passed, AB means absent, SYC refers to subject yet to be cleared. SYCT shall mean subject yet to be cleared in theory, SYCP means subject yet to be cleared in practical, TMA means tutor marked assignments, IMPR refers to pass and appeared for improvement, and ADDL means pass and appeared for additional subject.
India’s largest open schooling institution, NIOS, conducts secondary and senior secondary exams twice a year. The October exams were this time held from October 3 to November 4, 2019. As per past year result date trends, it was anticipated, and until results actually come the speculations stand their ground, that NIOS October Result 2019 will be announced by December 15, 2019.
In the previous secondary exam, 1,18,805 candidates had appeared, of which 46,627 had passed, thus the pass percentage was 39.25% last time. Whereas in the senior secondary course 1,74,352 had appeared, 55,416 had passed, with a pass percentage of 31.78%.
The highest pass percentage since 2010 has been in April 2015 for secondary course, when 59.21% candidates passed, and in the same year, pass percentage peaked for senior secondary also, with 51.38% candidates passed. Lowest pass percentage for secondary exams was in October 2017, with a 31.86% pass percentage, and for senior secondary it was Pctober 2016 with 31.27% pass percentage.
The National Institute of Open Schooling was founded in the year 1989. It is a government education board. Initially it was called the National Open School. Established by the Ministry of Human resource Development, the NIOS aims at promoting education to all sections of the society, without the barriers of age, geography or economy coming in the way. Qualifying 10th, 12th from open schooling, candidates can strive to get ahead in their career. Besides school level education, NIOS also offers other courses.
Some course offered by NIOS include Open Basic Education Programme, which includes following three levels courses, OBE ‘A’ Level course—Equivalent to class III, OBE ‘B’ Level course—Equivalent to class V, OBE ‘C’ Level course—Equivalent to class VIII, Secondary Course—Equivalent to class X, Senior Secondary Course—Equivalent to class XII, Vocational Education Courses, Life enrichment programmes, D.EL.ED. course.