NIOS Class 10, 12 Registration for public exams begins on


Registrations for class 10 of the National Institute of Open Education (NIOS), 12 public exams began on January 1. Applicants who wish to register and go to the official website to register. Registration will close on January 31, 2022. Examinations are scheduled to take place between April and May 2022. Learners who registered for or took the exam from October to November 2021 can apply from January 16 to 31 without late fee. Exam fees can be paid online.

“Dear Learners, You can now submit the exam fee online for the public exams of secondary and upper secondary courses for the April 2022 session. Please visit /exam. Please read the instructions carefully before submitting the exam fee, ”NIOS said.

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NIOS Public Exam 2022: How to Apply

Step 1. Visit the official NIOS website

Step 2. On the home page, click the NIOS Public Review link

Step 3. Applicants will be required to enter their 12-digit registration number. TP submit

Step 4. Complete the request form. Pay the exam fees

Step 5. Download and print the completed registration form for later use.

NIOS 2022 public exam: application fees

The NIOS public examination fee is Rs 250 per subject for theoretical work and an additional fee of Rs 120 per subject for practical work. Candidates can apply from February 1 to 10 but with a late fee of Rs 100 per subject. Those applying from February 11 to 20 will have to pay a consolidated late fee of Rs 1,500 per learner.

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NIOS has also announced that a single result document will be issued instead of three documents that will constitute the trademark statement-certificate. Previous applicants received a grade sheet, a provisional certificate, and a final certificate of completion. The service will start from the current school year itself.

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