NIOS Result 2020 for Class 10 Announced: Several Students Demand Answers on Method Used for Evaluation

NIOS result 2020 for Class 12 was announced yesterday, and the results for class 10 are now available on the official NIOS website

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NIOS result 2020 for class 10 has just been announced on With the announcement of these results the National Institute of Open Schooling has successfully declared results for both classes 10 and 12 before 7 August 2020, which was the date set by the Supreme Court of India. However, several students and parents have been demanding answers from NIOS authorities on the method used for evaluation as they are “unhappy” with the results.


Parents and students claim that the NIOS result 2020 is “unfair” and some report cards show “absent” on practical examinations that have not been conducted. “I Have passed in all subject, but NIOS has not conducted practical exam but shows absent in my result. Please help me,” says Mohamed Ashar.

“It is a horrible pattern that NIOS followed by giving low marks or failing the students. As mentioned by their circular TMA will be the basis of evaluation in case where there is no past history (I mean fresh students) then they must do justice. I myself have seen how my son prepared the TMA assignments and followed all steps, in spite of doing all efforts the marks that he got is really disappointing. Why NIOS is playing with the future of their students. I understand in this CORONA time it is difficult for them also to devise an approach but whatever they decide it should be in favor of students . I request the competent authorities to look into this matter,” says Alok Mehrotra to DataQuest.

“The Mark’s given is pathetic for my son too. Although the TMA and Practical Marks for EVS, which was the only one practicals conducted before LOCKDOWN, the Mark’s given is way below, almost bordering to Fail. In Data entry OPERATIONS, the practicals was not conducted and yet the mark sheet says ABSENT. And Failed. Why?. The worst part, no one knows whom should we approach? Nobody is answerable,” said a parent Mrs Kashyap to DataQuest.

Nevertheless, there is still no word from NIOS on the matter. Earlier, NIOS had issued a circular saying students who are unhappy with the results may appear for on-demand examination, which could be conducted once the situation improves.