On this page, We are going to learn about the full form of SYCT and the meaning of SYCT, As well as the meaning, definition, and acronym for SYCT in different categories. So you should read this post till the end.
The Full Form of SYCT: Subject yet to be cleared in Theory
SYCT stands for Subject yet to be cleared in Theory. If SYCT appears after a subject, it indicates that the student was absent in that subject, failed in that subject or the student has not cleared the theory of that subject. the full form of NIOS is the National Institute of Open Schooling, which releases the result of NIOS students every year.
NIOS was founded by the Government of India in November 1989 as an autonomous organization in accordance with its National Policy on Education in 1986. The National Institute of Open Schooling now offers many other courses besides general and academic courses.
Through its Open Basic Education Program, NIOS also offers primary-level courses. NIOS has been authorized by the Government of India to examine and certify registered students to pre-degree levels through a state letter intimation.
SYC, SYCT, SYCP, SYCI, AB, P meaning on Marksheet
On the mark sheet of NIOS students, it is shown by some result codes in which subject the student has passed, or failed, and in which subject the exam has not been given to the student. Let us now know about NIOS Deled result codes like SYC, SYCT, SYCP, SYCI, AB, P
Friends, the full form of SYCT is Subject yet to be clear in theory. This has the effect that you have yet to clear the subject of your theory, that is, you have failed in theory.
The full form of SYC is Subject yet to clear, it means that the subject is yet to be cleared.
AB means that the student was absent in that subject i.e. the student was not present on that day.
SYCP means Subject yet to clear in Practical, which means your practical subject is yet to be cleared which means you have failed in practical.
SYCI means the internal subject which you are yet to clear.
You have succeeded in a subject if P appears in front of it, which means that you have passed.