The National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT) recently released the results of the 2016 examinations in Karnataka. The results show an overall improvement in the performance of students from the state, with more students passing their exams than in previous years. This is a positive sign for the state’s vocational training program and should be celebrated.
NCVT Result 2016: Karnataka
The NCVT released the results of the 2016 examinations in Karnataka on May 31st. The results showed that the performance of students from the state had improved significantly, with a total pass percentage of 68.47%. This is a marked improvement from the 58.23% pass rate of 2015, and shows that the state’s vocational training program is progressing in the right direction.
The results also showed that the number of students taking the examinations had increased, with a total of 1,52,861 students appearing for the exams in 2016, compared to 1,44,964 in 2015. This indicates that more students are enrolling in the state’s vocational training programs, which is a positive sign for the state’s economy.
Exam Results Show Improvement in Performance
The results of the 2016 examinations show that the students from Karnataka have performed better than in previous years. The pass rate for the state has increased from 58.23% in 2015 to 68.47% in 2016, indicating that the students are taking their studies seriously and are being properly trained.
The performance of individual students has also improved, with the number of students who scored more than 90% increasing by over 3%. This shows that the students are taking their studies seriously and are performing better than before.
The results also show that the number of students taking the examinations has increased, indicating that more students are enrolling in the state’s vocational training programs. This is a positive sign for the state’s economy, as it indicates that more people are taking up vocational training and are being trained for jobs in the state.
The NCVT results of 2016 in Karnataka show that the state’s vocational training program is progressing in the right direction. The pass rate has increased and the performance of individual students has improved, indicating that the students are taking their studies seriously and are being properly trained. This is a positive sign for the state’s economy and should be celebrated.
The NCVT result of the 2016 batch of the Karnataka region have been released. The NCVT (National Council of Vocational Training) is a body of the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Government of India that monitors the courses related to vocational trades and courses.
The result was announced today by the NCVT. According to the statement, more than 7 thousand students appeared for the examinations in Karnataka. The result was received with enthusiasm across the region with more than 8 thousand students achieving success in the examinations.
This year the NCVT was held for various trades across the state and saw a huge successful response. Out of the 8 thousand students who were successful, 5 thousand achieved distinction in their results. This has been termed as a big success by the state government.
The pass percentage of the candidates have been recorded at a commendable and overwhelming 81%, which is higher than the previous year by 4 percent. This result has been taking one step ahead to the mission of the Government of India to skill the nation with the right and required skills.
The Chief Minister of the state is elated with the performance of the students and has expressed his joy over the results. The government is also providing ample avenues for career prospects and providing industry oriented courses for the candidates.
Through this result, NCVT has been able to bridge the gap between the educational sector and the industrial requirements. And, this result has been highly appreciated by the respective chambers and industry experts.
This kind of performance from the student fraternity of the state of Karnataka has been very appreciable and it promises to open new and better job prospects for the candidates which in turn will help the nation to prosper in its journey to become the world’s most skillful nation.