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Even if you failed in your Board Exams, all is not lost yet. Stop worrying about wasting a year as National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) brings you an opportunity to take a second attempt this October. NIOS will be conducting a public exam to give unsuccessful students of all recognised boards in India one more chance to move ahead.

Students appearing for the exam will be required to write three additional exams apart from the subject they have failed in. While the marks of other two subjects obtained in the main board exam will be transferred for students registered under the Transfer of Credit scheme (TOS), the condition is that these two subjects should fall under the NIOS’s Education scheme.

How to Apply:

The online registration has begun and the last day for registration is July 20, 2013.

Click here to register.


The candidate should be born on or after 26.01.1989.
Attested copy of Birth Certificate issued by the Muncipal authority is required to be submitted.
Photocopy of Marksheet of Class X Board Examination (in case of Sr. Sec.)
Original failure/compartment Marksheet of class X or XII for TOC
Certificate for SC/ST (in case of SC/ST)
Transfer Certificate/School Leaving Certificates showing applicant’s date of birth, issued by the last school attended by the applicant.
To know more click here.

NIOS registrations for secondary and senior secondary classes for the year 2014 can be done online. While there is no upper age limit, for registration to secondary (class X) and senior secondary (class XII), the candidate should not be less than 14 years and 15 years, respectively as on July 31 of the year of registration. The online registration for the batches is open till August 31, 2013.

One Comment

  • devendra On August 8, 2017at 12:09 pm - Reply

    I’m fail in class 10 rbse in ajmer bord

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