NIELIT August CCC/ BCC Results 2018 Announced, Check Scores Now

NIELIT August CCC/ BCC Results 2018 has been declared by the National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology.

While NIELIT declared  the results on September 11, candidates can check the results online.

How to check NIELIT August CCC/ BCC Results 2018?
The simple steps to check result as follows: 
Step 1: Visit

Step 2: Go to the desired options on the desired options on the official website.
              BCC Examination    
              CCC Examination
Step 3: Click on the View Results option. 
Step 4: Enter the required information.
Step 5: Click on Submit option.
Step 6: The result will pop up on the computer screen.  


NIELIT, erstwhile DOEACC Society, an autonomous scientific society under the administrative control of Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MoE&IT), Government of India, was set up to carry out Human Resource Development and related activities in the area of Information, Electronics & Communications Technology (IECT).
NIELIT is engaged both in formal and non-formal education in the area of IECT besides development of industry oriented quality education and training programmes in the state-of-the-art areas. 
NIELIT has endeavoured to establish standards to be the country’s premier institution for Examination and Certification in the field of IECT. It is also one of the national examination bodies, which accredits institutes/organizations for conducting courses in IT in the non-formal sector.
The National Skills Qualifications Framework (NSQF)  is a nationally integrated education and competency-based framework that enables persons to acquire desired competency levels. These levels, graded from one to ten, are defined in terms of learning outcomes which the learner must possess regardless of whether they were acquired through formal, non-formal or informal learning. It is, therefore, a nationally integrated education and competency-based skill and quality assurance framework that will provide for multiple pathways, horizontal as well as vertical, including vocational education, vocational training, general education and technical education, thus linking one level of learning to another higher level.