The result of the NCVT ITI 1st Semester 2015 has been released. This exam is conducted by the National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT) and is a mandatory test for students who wish to pursue a career in the Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs). This exam tests the knowledge and skills of the students in various trades such as carpentry, electrical, tailoring, and others.
Exam Performance Overview
The NCVT ITI 1st Semester 2015 saw an overall pass percentage of 79.90%. This is a slight increase from the previous year’s pass percentage of 79.18%. The highest pass percentage was seen in the trade of Electrical with a pass percentage of 87.18%. This was followed by Carpentry with a pass percentage of 85.85%. The lowest pass percentage was seen in the trade of Tailoring with a pass percentage of 63.57%.
The NCVT ITI 1st Semester 2015 also saw an increase in the number of students who appeared for the exam. A total of 46,769 students appeared for the exam, an increase of 8.9% from the previous year. The highest number of students appeared in the trade of Electrical with a total of 16,542. This was followed by Carpentry with a total of 12,425 students. The lowest number of students appeared in the trade of Tailoring with a total of 4,543.
The NCVT ITI 1st Semester 2015 saw an overall improvement in the performance of the students. The pass percentage increased from 79.18% to 79.90%. The number of students appearing for the exam also increased by 8.9%. The highest pass percentage was seen in the trade of Electrical with a total of 87.18%, followed by Carpentry with a total of 85.85%. The lowest pass percentage was seen in the trade of Tailoring with a total of 63.57%.
The NCVT ITI 1st Semester 2015 was a success and the performance of the students has improved. This is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the students and the teachers who have helped them in their preparation for the exam. It is expected that the performance of the students will improve further in the upcoming semesters.
Although the National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT) ITI results for the 1st semester in 2015 were presented later than expected, the governing board of the examination was pleased to enlighten students of the performance.
This long awaited event followed a set of standard criteria on a state-wide basis. All students were assessed based on total credits earned alongside the GPA or grade point average achieved from their exams. The syllabus was structured in such a way as to cover all the essential aspects of each trade and the candidates had ample preparation time to make the best of their results.
The governing board organized an event where top achievers were felicitated alongside all candidates who had successfully passed their respective courses. The panelists presented awards in a friendly, encouraging setting, further motivating the students to work towards excellence in the forthcoming semesters.
Ultimately, the NCVT results for the 1st semester of 2015 were rated on a high note, indicating successful completion of the courses by the students at large. The peak results positionally graduated with flying colours, while the entire lot of students were given their satisfactory certificates of merit.
The joy in the students was quite evident and in the words of one of the participants, “This result has made me even more determined to come up the ladder; I will keep striving to reach the apex in my joined trade!”
The success of the NCVT results for the 1st semester of 2015 not only serves as an assurance for aspiring professionals, but also testifies the stringent criteria set by this esteemed governing body in making sure that only the best candidates make it through.