Admission in three phases in government schools of Delhi, changed process of Right to Education, know details

Government Schools in Delhi: Delhi government is engaged in improving the education system in government schools as well as ensuring the right of students to education. In this sequence, admission will now be available throughout the year in classes from sixth to eighth grade in government schools of Delhi. However, the approval of the school head will be necessary for this year-long admission, because the heads of the schools themselves will supervise this year-long admission process. Under this new process, admission of students from class 6 to class 8 will be done in three phases.

Actually, under the Right to Education Act, admissions will be taken throughout the year from VI to VIII. At the same time, the education department has issued a circular in this regard. The education department has told in its annual calendar that the process of admission in classes VI to IX has started. Three phases have been made for admission. The first phase of the process has been completed.

The third phase for admission will start in July

The second phase has started from May 1 which will run till May 20. And the third phase of admission will start in July. Those parents who have not yet been able to apply for admission should get the application done. According to the annual calendar of the Education Department, there will be summer vacations from May 11 to June 30. On the other hand, the time table for winter holidays will be from January 1, 2024 to January 15, 2024. In this annual calendar of the Education Department, 18 government holidays have also been fixed. Students who will get compartment after the declaration of 10th, 12th results, their examination will be as per CBSE date sheet. There will be a test on May 15 for students enrolled in class 10th and 12th.

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