What advice will SS Coaching give to students who will take NIOS Exam?
Failed in board exams or debarred from appearing in the board exams there is no need to panic .The solution to your agony is that get admitted to NIOS by contacting on 9935035316 without wasting any time so that you can pass your board exam the very same year.
The main advantage of passing secondary or senior secondary through NIOS instead of reappearing in that same board exam which you failed earlier is that it saves you a year in your education. There are several institutes and university in which they ask for a affidavit to show why was there a gap between Xth and XII or what was your age when you did your class X and even ask for an affidavit to tell the reason if you are above age when you appeared for your board exam . Even when you go for an interview to a company they look at your CV or resume very minutely checking your age when you did your X and if there is a gap between your class X and XII. So don’t take it lightly a year loss can stop you from getting admission into your dream university/Institution or later on can make you struggle to get a job.
SS Coaching Lucknow will like to wish all of them Good Luck!/
SS Coaching is one of the most prominent coaching which deals in NIOS admissions for students advises students to get enrolled in NIOS board as it carries equal importance and value like CBSE, ICSE, ISC or any other Government board with India. The board has be approved and founded by the Ministry of Human Resource and Development, government of
There is an another option that lets the students to pass the board exam within 45 days of registration. This program is known as ODE (on demand Examination). This course lets the fail student pass that very session in which he failed and lets him take admission in the graduation that very session. This acts as a boon for the failed or debarred students.Exams of these students are conducted in october-november and the certificate are also issued in the same year in which the student failed in the other board, thus the student year does not go waste and is saved in national institute of open schooling board.
Parents need to be positive about the exam result of their wards and encourage children to do better, instead of instilling fear in them and making them frustrated, it's frustration that pushes children to end their life because there is still hope after it by the name of N.I.O.S Board. Many failed students from other boards set their career back on track by getting admitted to this government recognized nios delhi board. As Board results are announced, a disturbing trend of suicides among ‘failed’ students comes into the limelight throughout the country. Although such suicides appear to be a conscious effort on the part of these students to redeem themselves of probable social stigma over their failure, but quick solution to this problem is getting them admitted in NIOS for 10th or 12th board exam failures.
Lucknow city-based senior psychiatrist, says, “In recent years, expectations have soared among the parents over their children scoring high marks. Not only the parents, but their pressure instill that craving even among children, who then feel that scoring high marks is the only way to lead a good life in the future. But there is a constant pressure. Different individuals have different capacities, naturally inherited right from their birth. Parents are hammering the children to study well and get high marks. They feel that the society would blame them for their dear ones taking their own lives for their own failure.”
He says that when children do not meet the expectations of their parents of passing exams, they fear social stigma. They feel the only option is to take their own life. The parents must counsel children, impressing upon them that failing in exams does not mean the end of the world as NIOS Board brings bright hope for them. Parents and the society should accept that some students do not do well and ultimately fail in Boards like CBSE, ICSE or UP Board. But now, in rapidly expanding cities, mainly like Lucknow, Varanasi, Allahabad, Kanpur, Gorakhpur etc the lack of such bonding results in students often putting pressure on themselves to meet their parents’ expectations. Both parents and children alike then feel that achieving high marks is the single-most important thing in life. And failure? Because of such feelings spreading through the people, students see failure as a road to social stigma and ignorance by close ones. That pushes them into a hopeless corner, from where they perceive suicide as the only way out. Children these days are delicate. If their children are not good in Board Exams, parents should tell them about other things they could be good at and support them to develop those capabilities. If children fail in exams, they should bring confidence. Failing is not the end. Adults should teach children how to fight back. A mother attempting suicide or a brother taking his own life because his sister failed in the CBSE exams will only push the poor student who has failed to commit suicide.