NIOS Online Admission September/October 2017 for Failed Students of 10th or 12th with Stream 2
Stream II for NIOS Board (CBSE Pattern) admission is Open:
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The NIOS takes conscious steps to provide quality education. The Govt. of India has vested authority with NIOS to conduct Public Examinations and provide Secondary and Senior Secondary level certificates, which are equivalent to the certificates provided by any other Board. NIOS is one of the three National Boards while other two are CBSE and CISCE.
Required Documents for admission in Stream 2 (NIOS)
FOR 10th Failed - Original Failed Marksheet/ Original Admit Card, 6 coloured passport size Photographs along with name, date & Guardian/Parents Address proof(Photo Copy) except Driving Lisence
FOR 12th Failed - Original Failed Marksheet/ Original Admit Card, 10th Marksheet and passing Certificate(Photocopy), 6 coloured passport size Photographs along with name, date & Guardian/Parents Address proof(Photo Copy) except Driving Lisence
N.I.O.S Passed students can seek admission in all india as well as state Medical, Engineering and other various competetive exams like IIT-JEE, AIEEE, PMT (NEET), CA, CS, ICWA, CLAT and also other professional and acedemic courses in all universities, technical institutes across the country and abroad. These passing students of NOS can also seek the government jobs whether central / state government. However other eligibility criteria like age, particular subjects, qualifying percentage and other criteria must be fulfilled by the students.
The Nasirian Academy provides the information about NIOS board(National Institute of Open Schooling) as well as coaching classes, syllabus and tuition for 10th (secondary) & 12th (senior secondary) students of NIOS Board by renowned and highly qualified faculty and staff. The Nasirian Academy also guides to fill the form for online admissions in streams 1, 2, 3 & 4 of NIOS Board for 10th and 12th failed students.