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    Is there any way to improve my 12th percentage for government jobs?

    Is there any way to improve my 12th percentage for government jobs?

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    M.Rama Devi M.Rama Devi is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Is there any way to improve my 12th percentage for government jobs?

    Hi

    You have not specified your question properly.

    If your asking about how to improve the 12th percentage after completion of your 10+2 course means you need to write improvement exams for improving your 12th marks.You can write the subjects which you can score more marks (like maths).

    But,when your applying for some companies first attempt marks only considered instead of improvement marks

    Government jobs details in your case:-

    For all government jobs ,12th percentage is not important.Percentage criteria is different from job to other job.

    After 10+2 you can apply for government jobs like

    Indian army jobs,Navy and air force jobs through NDA exam
    Railway jobs non technical posts
    Police constable job
    Village Revenue Administrator job


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    meharbas meharbas is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Is there any way to improve my 12th percentage for government jobs?

    Any one of us will not understand your question if you don't ask the same properly.
    But I am making a guess that what you mean is that is there any provision to increase the percentage of 12th standard marks in order to get the government job. There is no such provision to improve your marks in the 12th after completing the same. IF you really wanted to improve your marks then you would have send your papers for revaluation or you have again appeared in the same paper for improve the same. But since your result might have been notified much before , hence you are not eligible for improving the papers. There are so many government jobs which you can get even if you have less percentage in 12th. YOu cn get the job of a Clerk, Security Guard, Driver, office Assistant ete in the government service.

    ALL THE BEST

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    aksingh1947 aksingh1947 is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Is there any way to improve my 12th percentage for government jobs?

    Dear Aspirant,

    Sorry to say, but there is no any method to increase the mark of your 12th class. There is no any concept in the all board to improve the marks of class 12th.

    But friend some for the govt organisation require only pass certification of 12th. Why you don't try in that organisation?

    Indian Railways
    Staff Selection Commission of India
    Police Force
    Army/Navy/Air Force

    with all good wisehs

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    Neha2416 Neha2416 is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Is there any way to improve my 12th percentage for government jobs?

    Hello friend

    There are ways to improve the marks scored in 12th and in any other course.

    You need to apply for the improvements in the board office and the forms are required to be filled.

    But there are some formalities which are required to be fulfilled by the candidate but you should keep this thing in mind that there is some fixed time-period within which the candidate can apply for the improvements. And the board also charge some fees for the same .

    You can talk to the admin office of your board and do the needful.

    Thanks

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    vikasjha39 vikasjha39 is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Is there any way to improve my 12th percentage for government jobs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Is there any way to improve my 12th percentage for government jobs?
    HI!
    After passing 12th you don't have any option to improve you percentage.

    After passing 12th you have many option like:-
    > National Defence Academy
    > T.T.E
    > Bank P.O

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