The NIOS Classes 10 and 12 exams will be conducted from 12 November for Indian students and 11 November for overseas candidates
The NIOS exam is set to be held from 27 September to 12 October, with the results due in December.
Aspirants can apply by visiting the official website at http://recruitment.nios.ac./. However, the last date to apply for the posts is 10 October
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Applicants should note that NIOS is scheduled to conduct the on-demand examinations for classes 10 and 12 from 17 August onwards.
The institute said that students who are dissatisfied with the assessment will be allowed to appear in an on-demand exam when the situation becomes conducive
The examinations for Class 10 and Class 12 are held twice a year. A student will get nine chances to appear for the exams over a period of five years
NIOS started the concept of On-Demand Examination at the secondary level in 2003
The examinations were held in offline mode in January-February this year
The practical examinations for both secondary and senior secondary will be conducted in the respective regional centres where candidates registered during admission
As per the official notification, all the students will have to pay feeS between 23 November and 10 December 2020. Candidates who fail to register and make payment, will have to pay Rs 100 as late fee and enroll from 11 to 15 December
For those subjects for which exams were not held, students have been graded on the basis of average marks obtained by them in best of three subjects.
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