Delhi government comes up with assessment criteria for classes 9 and 11 students

Delhi Government has cancelled the Classes 9 and 11 examinations and the results will be declared on June 22. Students seeking admission in Class 6 to 9 can register themselves online on edudel.nic.in.

Delhi government comes up with assessment criteria for classes 9 and 11 students
Manish Sisodia

New Delhi: The education department of the Delhi government postponed class 9 and 11 annual exams on April 12 owing to the surge in coronavirus cases across the country. While addressing the press conference, recently, Education Minister Manish Sisodia said they have a plan for class 9 and 11 students finally. “While students of kindergarten to class 6 were promoted to the next grade on the basis of the no-detention policy, students of classes 9 and 11 were anxious about how they would be promoted. Today, we have taken a decision to cancel their exams which were postponed on April 12, and promote them on the basis of their mid-term results.”

If the school has conducted a mid-term exam:

Those private schools that had managed to conduct their mid-term and annual examination can now declare the results of their Class 9 and Class 11 students. Sisodia also said in case both public and private schools were unable to conduct mid-term examinations for all papers, heads of schools can prepare the result on the basis of the best marks scored by the student in any two subjects.

Result day

The results of Classes 9 and 11 in Delhi government schools will be out on June 22. The result can be seen on the website of the education department or will be informed through SMS to every student

Fresh admission in Delhi schools:

“Those children seeking admission in a government school in classes 6 to 9, can apply for registration through an online process. The application process will begin tomorrow and will continue till June 30. Admissions under this phase will be declared by July 14. The second phase of admission registrations will be from July 23 to August 6,” said Sisodia.

(Charushree Chandawat)