The National Testing Agency (NTA) on 28th April 2022, has released the results of the written exams for the courses under the Study Webs of Active–Learning for Young Aspiring Minds (SWAYAM) for July 2021 semester. The exam was conducted by the NTA on 21st-22nd February 2022 (in 4 sessions) at 110 centres in 94 cities across the country.
The Examination conducted by the NTA was both a computer-based test as well a hybrid of both computer-based and Pen-paper mode. The number of papers for computer-based paper and hybrid tests is 227 and 73 respectively. The number of papers for computer-based paper and hybrid tests is 227 and 73 respectively. Those admitted to exams were 17,857 and 4,211 respectively out of which those who appeared in exams were 15,405 and 3,793 respectively.
How to get SWAYAM results
- Visit the official website: swayam.nta.ac.in
- On the home page click on the link showing “Click here for Score Card of July 2021 Session, examination for which was held on 21-22 Feb 2022”
- Then enter your registered email ID
- Candidates may now log in to the website and then view, download, and print their scorecards
The NTA here is responsible for inviting online applications, the conduct of the test, and declaration of scores, and providing the results to the Ministry of Education for further action. Candidates are advised to take note of this information and act accordingly as is beneficial for themselves.
What is SWAYAM?
SWAYAM is a platform that is used to facilitate the hosting of all courses which are usually taught in the classroom from Class 9 till post-graduation. It can be accessed anywhere, anytime, and is free of cost. The courses are interactive and have been prepared by the best teachers across the country. Specially chosen faculties and teachers from across the country have come together in the preparation for these courses. To ensure this, nine National Coordinators have been appointed which are:
- AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education) for self-paced and international courses
- NPTEL (National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning) for Engineering
- UGC (University Grants Commission) for non-technical post-graduation education
- CEC (Consortium for Educational Communication) for under-graduate education
- NCERT (National Council of Educational Research and Training) for school education
- NIOS (National Institute of Open Schooling) for school education
- IGNOU (Indira Gandhi National Open University) for out-of-school students
- IIMB (Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore) for management studies
- NITTTR (National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research) for the Teacher Training programme
Though the courses delivered are free of cost, learners wanting a SWAYAM certificate should register for the final proctored exams which require a fee. Candidates have to attend in person at the required centres on specified dates. Just applying for this examination doesn’t guarantee that the certificate will be given to a candidate. The eligibility for the certificate will be announced on the course page. Only upon meeting the eligibility, a candidate gets the certificate after passing the exam.
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