school of open learning education 10th & 12th class
Nios 10th class Eligibility Criteria:
- Students must be at the complete age of 14.
- Candidate have the last qualification Certificate.
- Students must have a recent passport size photo.
- Students must have address proof of residence (aadhar card)
Students who didn’t go to the school or don’t have a last qualification certificate of education, they can also enroll for their Nios 10th admission. They can enroll for their admission with the two government documents like Aadhar Card, Pan Card, Birth Certificate, and any other government identity.
In Secondary class (10th) you have an option to choose subjects according to your choice. Above all, students have the facility to choose their subjects frequently.
In Nios, if students are weak in study, he/she can also get pass with their efforts. Above all, total marks depend on Assignment, Practical and Theory. JP INSTITUTE helps you with the study, making of Assignment properly, about the Practical’s and all the information regarding Nios Admission procedure.
Nios 12th Admission:
Admission to the Senior Secondary (12th) class you must have passed Secondary (10th) class from a recognized Board in India or the Foreign.
Nios Admission for 12th class online is available at J.P INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION Center https://jpeducation.in/ You can continue with NIOS if you are preparing for other courses.
Students from ITI also apply for their 12th Nios Admission. After ITI you don’t need to apply for 5 mandatory subjects. You can option only 2 subjects one is language or 2nd is the main subject.
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