Delhi: The registration process for admission in class VI to IX will start from tomorrow, know the complete schedule

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The registration for admission in Delhi government schools from class VI to IX will be done through online only.

The registration for admission in Delhi government schools from class VI to IX will be done through online only. This registration process will be in two phases. The first phase will start from tomorrow, June 11, Friday evening and the last date has been fixed as June 30. Interested applicants can register online by visiting the website of Directorate of Students Education.

New Delhi. Due to the rapid spread of Corona virus in Delhi, the registration process for admission in classes VI to IX was not yet started in Delhi Government schools. But now after the rapid decrease in the cases of corona infection and the situation improving, the government has issued a schedule regarding the admission process of these classes.

Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia said that like last year, this time also the registration for admission in Delhi government schools will be done through online. This registration process will be in two phases. The first phase will start tomorrow, June 11, Friday evening. For this, the students interested in the classes in which they want to take admission, they can register online by visiting the website of Directorate of Education. The last date for online registration under the first phase has been set as June 30.

Education Minister Sisodia also told that the cut-off list of all the applications that will come during this period will be declared on July 14. At the same time, for those who will not be able to apply in the first phase, the government has also decided to give one more chance. The registration for this will open from July 23, which will run till August 6. Its admission list will be released on August 19.

Let us inform that taking important decision regarding the examinations of ninth and eleventh on behalf of the Education Minister, their annual examination has been canceled.




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