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NIOS Class 10, 12 outcomes: Assessment criteria released for June 2021 exams

NIOS has released the coverage for the tabulation of marks for secondary and senior secondary public examination June 2021 primarily based on the previous efficiency and tutor-marked assignments. Citing the Covid-19 scenario within the nation, the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) had recently cancelled the class 10, 12 exams.

As per the released evaluation criteria, for learners who’ve already handed in 4 or extra topics, the typical of better of three topics in the identical course can be taken to calculate the end result. Whereas, for learners who’ve certified two or three topics, the typical of better of previous two topic performances can be taken under consideration for end result computation.

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For learners who’ve already handed in just one topic in the identical course and both TMA not obtainable or TMA not relevant, the typical efficiency of the final three public examinations of NIOS in the identical course and efficiency of handed topic can be thought-about for end result computation of the present topic(s) registered for June 2021 examination for idea and sensible. 

The learners showing for the primary time and haven’t any previous efficiency or have just one handed topic and TMA within the subiect registered for June, 2021 examination, the inner evaluation (TMA awards) already obtainable can be thought-about for end result computation of the present topic(s) registered for June 2021 examination. 

For senior secondary exams, the end result can be calculated by adopting a system primarily based on imply of most idea marks and minimal cross marks in idea multiplied by TMA ratio (marks obtained in TMA/Total TMA marks within the topic). Similarly, topic with sensible, sensible marks can be calculated by adopting a system primarily based on imply of most sensible marks and minimal sensible cross marks multiplied by TMA ratio (Marks obtained in TMA/Total TMA marks within the topic). 

Whereas, for secondary exams, the end result can be calculated by adopting a system primarily based on imply of most (idea+sensible) marks and minimal (idea+sensible) cross marks within the topic multiplied by TMA ratio (marks obtained in TMA/Total TMA marks within the topic). The marks so obtained will then be proportionately calculated for idea and sensible individually. 

 

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