NIOS or National Institute of Open Schooling is a very popular board. If you do not have enough time to study, then you can easily pass the high school and higher secondary exams by giving this exam.
Apart from this, if you are a teacher in any school, then you have to give D.EL.ED exam for training which is done by this board itself. But many people do not know about National Institute of Open Schooling, so today we are going to give you complete information about National Institute of Open Schooling in this post.
NIOS is also a Central Board similar to CBSE and ICSE headquartered in Noida. It was founded on 3 November 1989 by the Government of India, to easily educate all sections of the society and promote education.
National Institute of Open Schooling offers a lot of courses including high school, higher secondary, vocational courses, life enrichment programs, etc. of which D.EL.ED Course is main.
National Institute of Open Schooling, also commonly known as the Open School, was started by the Ministry of Human Resource Development to provide education to the students of rural and backward classes so that they can complete their studies by studying at home without going to school. NIOS Board is valid in all government and private jobs and competitive examinations like CBSE, ICSE, and State Board.
Eligibility for NIOS
Secondary Course (Secondary Subject) – Mark list or self-certificate of class 8 pass.
Senior Secondary Course (Higher Secondary Subject) – Photocopy of 10th class marks list passed from any recognized board.
NIOS has introduced a new course D.EL.ED (Diploma in Elementary Education) is a training program for serving elementary and upper primary school teachers across the country.
Educational qualification for D.EL.ED Admission for serving teachers should be passed with class 12th 50% marks. 45% marks in class 12th is compulsory for SC / ST / OBC / PH category.
Document for NIOS
We have given you below all the documents required to register for NIOS Secondary (10th) and Higher Secondary (12th) Entrance Examination.
Class 8th / 10th mark list
Identity Card (Aadhaar Card, Passport, Ration Card, etc.)
Recently taken passport size photo
Signature (by black ink)
Local Resident Certificate
Disability certificate (if applicable)
Ex-Serviceman Certificate (if applicable)
Certificate of the previous examination
How to register for NIOS
Here is how to register for this Open Board:
• Candidates can register for National Institute of Open Schooling Stream 1 (2021) by visiting its official website www.nios.ac.in.
• Help can be taken for online application by visiting the nearest AI Center / Study Center.
• Online registration can be done from regional centers.
• For the D.EL.ED Registration, the teacher’s form is forwarded by the Principal in the school itself.
How to prepare for NIOS
National Institute of Open Schooling exam is not more difficult than other boards, any student can pass it easily, just for this you need a little self-motivation and passion for studies. Next, we have given you some tips for the preparation of National Institute of Open Schooling which will prove useful for you.
NIOS e Books
You can also take the help of National Institute of Open Schooling Guides and NIOS e Books to prepare for the National Institute of Open Schooling exam and it is a very good means of doing self-study.
You can also download NIOS e Books from the Official Website of NIOS. Apart from this, NIOS e Books are also available online in the market. There is no better medium than National Institute of Open Schooling Official Books to get good marks in this exam.
National Institute of Open Schooling Papers of previous year exams can be downloaded from its official website. At least for the last 5 years, this will let you know about the exam pattern so that you can score well.
National Institute of Open Schooling has completed the 2019-20 examinations, students can visit their National Institute of Open Schooling Result 2020 or National Institute of Open Schooling D.EL.ED Results by visiting its official website results.nios.ac.in (dled.nios.ac.in).