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Compartment Examinations of Class 9th, 11th 2019 can be checked by This Easy Method

The Directorate of Education Govt. of NCT of Delhi is ready to announce the results of class 9th and 11th compartment examinations by next month. According to reports, the officials have asked students of the same classes that the results will be declared on May 10, 2019.

Tooba Maher

The Directorate of Education Govt. of NCT of Delhi is ready to announce the results of class 9th and 11th compartment examinations by next month. According to reports, the officials have asked students of the same classes that the results will be declared on May 10, 2019.  

Students can also check their results online through the official website, www.delhi.gov.in. It is to be noted that the board had declared the results for class 9th on April 10, 2019. Students who have failed to clear their exams have appeared for the compartmental examinations. 

Interestingly, the result percentage of class 9th has improved by 0.4% as compared to last year. Though, the class 9th results and the pass percentage was 80% in 2019. 

The student who fails in any of the external examination affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education can appear in the Compartmental examination organized by the board officials for all such candidates. 

Simple Method to Check Result: 

  • Go to the official website of Govt. of NCT of Delhi, www.delhi.gov.in

  • Now click on the result link

  • Enter all the essential information like Roll no, Registration no

  • Click on the submit button

  • Download the result and take the print out for future use

It is to be noted that government has confirmed that children who fail in class 9th for more than twice will be asked to write class 10 exams through the national institute of open schooling.  

However, the students who fail once will be given a choice to continue with the school system and repeat the class or to give exams under the Patrachar mode so that they do not lose a year. 

Patrachar follows a CBSE curriculum but in distance mode or correspondence mode. Adding to it, the students cannot attend the regular full-time school. 

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