The National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT) has recently released the 1st year results for the academic session 2020-21. This article provides an overview of the exam and its outcome.
The NCVT exam is conducted by the Government of India and is held twice a year. The exam is conducted for various trades in the vocational training sector and is held at the end of the 1st and 2nd year of the course. The exam tests the skills of the students in the relevant trade.
The results of the 1st year NCVT exam were announced recently. A total of 1,904 students appeared for the exam, out of which 1,845 students passed. The overall pass percentage was 96.7%. The results for the different trades are as follows:
- Automobile Engineering: 98.5%
- Electrical Engineering: 97.8%
- Mechanical Engineering: 97.9%
- Computer Science: 97.2%
- Electronics Engineering: 98.1%
- Civil Engineering: 95.9%
- Carpentry: 97.5%
- Welding: 97.1%
The results of the 1st year NCVT exam are encouraging and reflect the hard work of the students and the dedication of the teaching staff. The results also show that the students have acquired the necessary skills and knowledge required in the respective trades.
The NCVT 1st year results are a testament to the commitment of the students and the teaching staff in the vocational training sector. The results are encouraging and will help the students to pursue higher education in their respective trades.