NIOS activates TMA submission link for classes 10 and 12, check details here

The student portal is also accessible from the official NIOS website –

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The National Institute of Open Education (NIOS) has made arrangements for the upload / download of the tutor’s duties (secondary and upper secondary) operational with immediate effect.

National Institute of Open Schooling learners can download and download Tutor Mark Assignments (TMA) from the NIOS Student Portal –

The student portal is also accessible from the official NIOS website –

The methodical procedure for downloading the TMA for classes 10 and 12 is as follows:

-Visit the student portal –

-Log in through your student account

-Click on the link that says download / download TMA on the student dashboard

-Choose the subject for which you want to download the TMA

-Download the handwritten TMAs for each subject as a PDF file

-Click on submit to download the TMA file

The direct link to the Student Login portal is here.

As per the official notice posted on the website by the National Institute of Open Schooling, NIOS learners can upload / download TMAs from their dashboard according to the TMA submission / upload schedule.

Learners are also informed that for the current session, which is part 1 (block 1) of the year 2021, the NIOS has given the possibility of submitting the tutor’s grade assignments online, via the tutorial dashboard. students, or offline, by submitting the TMA to the learner’s study center.

However, from the next session, i.e. part 1 (block 2) of the year 2021, it will become mandatory for all candidates to submit / download their tutorial notes assignments online only.

The National Institute of Open Education is an autonomous institution under the Ministry of Education of the Government of India and is the largest open education system in the world. The minimum age for admission to the secondary course is 14 years and the minimum age to apply for admission to the upper secondary course is 15 years.

For more details, applicants can consult the academic prospectus here.

Harry D. Gonzalez