NIOS Secondary course is equivalent to the Xth standard. Candidates can choose subjects from the Scheme of Studies offered by NIOS. However, they are required to successfully complete a minimum of five subjects with at least one language or maximum two languages, which is compulsory for certification.National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) has announced the results for Secondary (Class 10) exams which were conducted in April 2014. The exams started from April 3 and concluded on April 30.
Candidates can access their result online by entering their 11-12 digit roll number on the below website-
View results at: http://www.nios.ac.in/results/searchsec-res1.asp
The candidates can now collect their copy of the relevant portion of the result from the accredited vocational institutions. They will be issued mark sheet, provisional certificate and migration-cum-transfer certificate as well.
The results of the NIOS secondary or class 12 examination conducted in April 2014 have already been declared and are available on the official website.
Aspirants for both Secondary and Senior Secondary are required 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. Candidates are free to take up to two additional subjects. In all cases candidates can choose a maximum of seven subjects.
One of the world’s largest open schooling systems, NIOS provides distance education courses equivalent to Class 3, Class 5, Class 8, Class 10, and Class 12 in addition to vocational courses. Course material and examinations are administered by NIOS through their various regional centers. Earlier known as National Open School, NIOS is recognised and accepted nationwide. NIOS also offers elementary level courses through its open basic education programmes.