Is NIOS is valid board as CBSE and UP board in india?
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Is NIOS is valid board as CBSE and UP board in india?

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    Is NIOS is valid board as CBSE and UP board in india?

    is NIOS is valid board as CBSE and UP board

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    Quote Originally Posted by anuj View Post
    is NIOS is valid board as CBSE and UP board
    Yes. The Secondary/Sr.Secondary certificate obtained form NIOS have the same recognition as certificates issued by other Boards like CBSE and UP Board. NIOS is vested with the authority to conduct Public Examinations at Secondary and Sr. Secondary level vide Govt. Of India's resolution dated 14 September 1990. NIOS thus act as another National Board. You may want to read more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nationa...Open_Schooling

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    I am a man of 50yrs. I am looking for Mushroom distance learning school, how could NIOS help? Please i am struggling about knowledge of how to produce oyster mushroom.

    I would thank your reply

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    Quote Originally Posted by Posch View Post
    I am a man of 50yrs. I am looking for Mushroom distance learning school, how could NIOS help? Please i am struggling about knowledge of how to produce oyster mushroom.

    I would thank your reply
    In online we can write exam.You will study that online course.In this course it will be useful.NIOS can help to provide that online course.

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