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IB ACIO 2017 results date update, website unresponsive

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      IB ACIO 2017 Tier I examination result to be released very soon, Check update here | Oneindia News

      The IB ACIO 2017 results may be declared tomorrow. Once declared the results would be available on the official website.

      IB ACIO 2017 results date update, website unresponsive

      With Tier 2 exam scheduled for 7 January 2018, it is likely that the results for the previous examination will be declared atleast a week before the exam date; admit cards for the tier 2 examination will be released soon after the tier 1 exam results are declared. The Tier 1 exam was held on 15 October 2017.

      Candidates are advised to keep checking the website for latest updates on the examination and the results.

      Additionally,the unresponsive website has lead to jump in the traffic on the official website. The exam was conducted 2 months back on October 15. Some sources have suggested that the results may be delayed further. Though, no official confirmation has been made.

      Sources have shared that the expected cut off for IB ACIO Tier I exam is expected to be lower that expected. Candidates who clear the IB ACIO Tier I Exam 2017 would be called to appear in the IB ACIO Tier II examination. The Tier II round is scheduled for January 7, 2018. The results once declared will be available on mha.nic.in.

      How to check IB ACIO 2017 results:

      • Go to mha.nic.in
      • Click results tab
      • Enter required details
      • Take a printout

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