NIELIT

The National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology (NIELIT), originally known as the DOEACC Society, is a non-profit organisation that provides instruction in information technology and electronics at various levels. It is linked to the Indian government’s Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology. It functions as a self-governing Statutory Organization under the Indian government. It has the same authority as other organisations such as CBSE, UGC, and others. There are numerous computer institutions connected with NIELIT that offer classes in the computer/IT educational industry throughout India. The National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology Exam, abbreviated as NIELIT Exam, is held on an annual basis throughout India, or as the apex body determines, for admission to various undergraduate and postgraduate courses known as Non-Formal Courses – O Level, A-Level, B-Level, and C-Level. In January and July of each year, the NIELIT exam is held. Candidates for this exam should have completed a recognized board’s 12th grade for bachelor’s degree courses and a bachelor’s degree for postgraduate degree courses. 
The objectives of NIELIT are delivering world-class education, training, and accreditation services, we aim to generate quality personnel and develop talented professionals in the fields of information, electronics, and communications technology (IECT) and related fields. Adding to it also provides ongoing support to learners and educators by actively designing and developing creative curricula and acquiring content that is aligned with the ever-changing IECT.

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