Delhi government has also canceled class 9th and 11th examinations here and on the basis of mid term examinations these students will be promoted to the next classes. With this, the registration for the admission process of classes 6 to 9 in Delhi government schools will start from June 11.
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia held a meeting with the officials of Directorate of Education today, in which decisions were taken regarding admission and admission process. Decisions were taken in the meeting on the promotion policy of the students of class 9th and 11th and the subjects of admission in government schools for the students of classes 6 to 9.
The Deputy Chief Minister said in a press conference that the students of class 8 from KG were promoted to the next classes under the no-detention policy, but there were uncertainties among the students studying in class 9 and 11 regarding their results and further studies. . 9th and 11th class annual exam
After it was postponed on 12 April, the Delhi government has decided to cancel the examinations of these classes keeping in mind the safety of the students.
He said that the private schools which have conducted the mid term and annual examination, they can release the result under the promotion policy issued by the Directorate of Education. In schools where mid-term examinations could not be conducted or children who could not appear for all the examinations due to any reason, they would be awarded marks in the remaining subjects according to the 2 subjects in which they have performed best in the mid term examination. This system will be applicable for all government and private schools.
He said that the result of all the students studying in class 9th and 11th in Delhi government schools would be released on the website of Directorate of Education on June 22. Students will also be sent their results through WhatsApp and SMS on their phones. No school will call its students to the school for the result. The students who have appeared in the mid term examination of only one subject or the mid term examination of any subject only and those students who have not been able to secure even the minimum qualifying marks will be given a chance for re-evaluation in July. For re-evaluation, students will not have to sit for any examination, but they will be re-evaluated through projects and school based work. All the guidelines related to this will be issued by the Directorate of Education soon.
Giving information about the admission process to be held in government schools in classes 6 to 9, the Deputy Chief Minister said that like last year, this year also the process of admission to government schools in Delhi will be online. Registration for these classes can be done from June 11 by visiting the website of Directorate of Education Delhi. This registration process will continue till June 30. After this, from July 5, the admission of applicants will be started on the basis of their eligibility. Those who will not be able to apply in the first phase will also be given a second chance and for them the registration process will be started again from July 23, which will run till August 6.