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Whether a learner can I change his/her subjects during the validity period of his/her admission?
Ans: Yes. A learner has the option to change in one or more subjects, provided the total number of subjects does not
exceed seven. However, such a change is permissible within four years of registration, so that learner can appear
in the Public Examination within the validity period of admission. No change/addition of subjects is allowed in the
first examination. Subjects already passed cannot be changed.
How many subjects are required to be taken for obtaining the pass certificate ?
Ans: For obtaining a pass certificate at the Secondary level, a learner is required to pass in minimum five subjects
including one or maximum two languages.
Can the learner seek admission in additional subjects also?
Ans: Yes. A learner can opt upto two additional subjects. Thus, in all, a learner can choose maximum of seven subjects.
What is the admission fee for registration and the examination fee?
Ans: The latest fee structure for registration and examination is given on NIOS website as also in the Prospectus.
Can a learner take admission in Secondary/Senior Secondary Course of NIOS after passing the Secondary/ Senior Secondary course from a formal Board of School Education?
Ans: Yes. In case the learner has completed the Secondary/Senior Secondary Course from any National/State Board
of School Education and wish to seek admission in NIOS for the same course, he/she will be allowed to take
admission in NIOS in upto four subjects. On successful completion, the learner will get only the Mark Sheet. No
Certificate is issued under the Dual/Part Admission Scheme.
How do the learner get confirmation of his/her admission?
Ans: The admission to a particular course is normally confirmed by NIOS by issuing an Identity Card having his/her
admission particulars as per the records available with NIOS. On confirmation of admission, Enrolment Number is
also informed to the learner.
How does the learner get the self-instructional material?
Ans: The specially designed printed Self Instructional Material for different subjects alongwith other support material is provided to learner through post at his/her home address. A learner is, therefore, expected to give his/her correct and complete home address.
How can a learner procure his/her study material in case parcel is not delivered?
Ans: In case of undelivered parcel of study material, the learner is required to pay Rs. 100/- (Rupees one hundred only) through a Demand Draft in favour of Secretary, NIOS, payable at Delhi for re-despatch of study material at his/her residence to the Deputy Director, Material Distribution Unit, C/o CWC, G.T. Karnal Road, Rana Pratap Bagh, Delhi-110033
Is there any provision for correction in admission records?
Ans: Since the admission is 100% online, the learners are requested to be careful while making entries in their
application form. However, the correction will be done as per the Guidelines displayed on NIOS website.
Whether NIOS issues Duplicate Identity Card?
Ans: Yes, In case of loss of Identity Card, a Duplicate Identity Card can be issued only after lodging an FIR with the
concerned Police Station by the learner. Apply on plain paper to the concerned Regional Centre of NIOS along
with the original copy of FIR, the bank draft of Rs. 100/- and two photographs. Detailed guidelines can be seen on
NIOS website in this regard.
Can a learner choose any subject combination?
Ans: Yes, a learner has the option to choose subjects of his/her choice from the list provided at NIOS website and
prospectus keeping in view the Passing Criteria and Certification Criteria, as also the requirement of other Boards/
Universities for further education.
Whether learner has the option to take vocational subjects along with academic courses at the Secondary and the Senior Secondary levels?
Ans: Yes, in order to make NIOS courses more meaningful, Vocational Education Courses are offered independently
and also in combination with academic subjects at the Secondary and the Senior Secondary levels.
Are the Common Services Centres of the Government of India authorised to act as NIOS Facilitation Centres?
Ans: Yes, NIOS has entered into an MoU with CSC e-Governance India Ltd., Ministry of Information and Technology, Government of India. All the Common Services Centres throughout the country act as Facilitation Centres of NIOS where any prospective learner can avail various online facilities of NIOS at the prescribed rates.
The amount as per these rates is to be paid by the learner and will be in addition to the registration fee of NIOS.
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