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- NIELIT Exam 2020
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NIELIT Exam 2020
National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology Exam or NIELIT Exam is conducted at national level by the institute itself as the exam conducting body. For the NIELIT exam 2020 has been conducted every year for admission to various undergraduate and postgraduate courses under the titles as Non-Formal Courses - O Level, A Level, B Level and C Level. NIELIT exam is being held twice a year in January and July.
National Institute of Electronics & Information Technology (NIELIT), erstwhile DOEACC Society, is an autonomous scientific society under the administrative control of Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology (MoE&IT), Government of India. NIELIT was established to carry out Human Resource Development and related activities in the area of Information, Electronics & Communications Technology (IECT).
At present, NIELIT has 41 offices in different cities across India with its Headquarters at New Delhi. It is also well networked throughout India with the presence of over 700 institutes.
NIELIT 2020 Exam highlights
|Exam Name||National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology (NIELIT) Exam|
|Exam Frequency||Twice a year|
|Mode of declaration of result||Online and offline both|
|NIELIT Official website||http://www.nielit.gov.in|
NIELIT 2020 Exam important dates
|Calendar of events||Examination dates|
|January 2020||July 2020|
|Availablity of NIELIT Exam 2020 Online Examination Application Form||1 September||2 March|
|Closing date for receipt of filled-in NIELIT Exam 2020 Online Examination Application Form||31 October||30 April|
|Commencement of NIELIT 2020 Exams||Second Saturday in January||second Saturday in July|
|Declaration of NIELIT 2020 Exam Result||Yet to be announced||Yet to be announced|
NIELIT Exam 2020 Eligibility
Candidates are required to register befor appearing in NIELIT O/A/B/C level examinations. NIELIT examinations are held all over India on the second Saturday of January and July every year.
Educational Qualification for NIELIT 2020 Exam
- Candidates aspiring for NIELIT 2020 exam should have completed the 12th class from a recognised board for bachelor’s degree courses and bachelor’s degree for postgraduate degree courses from a recognised instiute/university.
- At O/A/B/C level exams of NIELIT, candidates can appear in any paper, in any order, if the subject has been covered in the institution running the accredited course and so endorsed on the application form. Direct candidates can appear in examinations if they satisfy the eligibility criteria as applicable to them.
- Candidates undergoing 'O' level accredited course by NIELIT may appear in first two modules of 'O' level NIELIT examination after six months of the commencement of the accredited course and in the remaining two modules after the completion of one year of the commencement of the accredited course. This is subject to the condition that the subjects have been covered in the accredited course by the institute and so endorsed in the examination application forms as per format therein.
- Graduate Candidates registered for 'O' level course may appear in NIELIT examination for all modules in a single attempt.
NIELIT Exam 2020 Exam Centers
- NIELIT Examinations are conducted across nearly 120 centres all over the country. The conduct of examinations at these centres is liable to change.
- Candidates aspiring for NIELIT Exam 2020 have to choose primary centres and secondary centres.Examinations will be conducted at all the Primary Centres.
- For the examination to be carried out at any of these Primary centres will depend upon the number of candidates and infrastructure available at these centres. Incase of insufficient number of students or for any other administrative reasons, one or more of these primary centres may be cancelled by the exam conducting authority.
- While filling application form for NIELIT Exam 2020, candidates who choose one of the secondary centres as a first choice in their forms for examinations are required to give a primary centre as a second choice.