NIOS (National Institute of Open Schooling) has declared the results of Class 10 SSC online at its website today. The results of NIOS 10th Exam 2016 were expected to be declared today on June 9, 2016 by 3 pm. Applicants who have appeared for the NIOS 10th Exam 2016 should now start downloading their results from the official website of the institute at Applicants can also access their results through the Mobile SMS method as well as through newspapers and respective examination centres in offline modes. Check your results from here. Also Read - Puducherry Proposes 10% Quota For Government School Students in Medical Courses

About 1.5 lakh candidates who have appeared for the NIOS 10th Exam 2016 may now download their results from the NIOS official website. Applicants have been waiting since morning for their results but it became live at the official website only around 2 pm. The candidates were disheartened when the result could not be accessed due to heavy traffic on the website. But, now the website is accessible and they can easily download their results for NIOS 10th SSC Exam 2016. NIOS Class 10th Result 2016 Declared: Check Now at Also Read - West Bengal MBBS Seats Increased to 4,000: CM Mamata Banerjee

Steps to access NIOS Class 10th Exam Results 2016 –
Step 1: As the first step, applicants need to log on to the official website of National Institute of Open Schooling i.e.
Step 2: The next step would be to open the “Examination/ Results” page of the website through direct links as available on the homepage.
Step 3: Now the result page shall be having all the links for examinations whose result has been already declared.
Step 4: Choose the concerned examination result URL link from the list.
Step 5: As you click on the active downloading link for “NIOS Class 10th Results 2016”, a new window for downloading results shall appear.
Step 6: Just enter your roll number and submit to generate your results from the website online.
Step 7: Save or take print out of your results. Also Read - Will Convert All State-Run Madrasas Into a General School: Assam Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma

NIOS, considered as an “Open School” caters to the needs of a heterogeneous group of learners up to pre-degree level. NIOS was initiated as a project with in-built flexibilities by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in 1979.

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