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Delhi School Admission 2019: EWS/Freeship 3rd Draw Result released @ edudel.nic.in; check direct link here

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Delhi School Admission 2019 update: The Government of National Capital Territory OF Delhi, Directorate of Education, has EWS/Freeship 3rd Draw Result for admission in about 1,700 schools in the national capital.

The EWS/Freeship 3rd Draw Result is now available online.

Candidates are advised to check the result on the official website.

EWS/Freeship 3rd Draw Result: How to download online

  • Step 1: Visit edudel.nic.in.
  • Step 2: Click on the EWS/Freeship 3rd Draw Result link.
  • Step 3: Feed in the Login credentials.
  • Step 4: Download EWS/Freeship 3rd Draw Result.

Direct Link:

http://edustud.nic.in/mis/studentadmission/frmEwsResultAllotmentforPublicParticular.aspx

Information required to check EWS/Freeship 3rd Draw Result

Enter Registration No, Enter Date Of Birth (DD/MM/YYYY)

Important points at a glance

  • The Government of National Capital Territory OF Delhi, Directorate of Education, has EWS/Freeship 3rd Draw Result for admission in about 1,700 schools in the national capital.
  • The EWS/Freeship 3rd Draw Result is now available online.
  • Candidates are advised to check the result on the official website.
  • Cracking the whip for not following norms, the Education Department has issued a notice to private schools to disclose admission process of students belonging to economically weaker section (EWS).
  • The notice, issued last year July 13, was in connection with the allegation that schools were not complying with the RTE guidelines.

“After we issued a notice, many schools approached us with their data saying that they have enrolled students under the Right To Education (RTE) quota,” M P Verma, Basic Shiksha Adhikari (BSA), Gautam Budh Nagar, was earlier quoted by Hindustan Times.

In 2011, the Supreme Court upheld the constitutional validity of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009. The apex court said that children from the disadvantaged sections of society will now have access to private schools.

“Many schools agreed to enrol students after getting the notice and provide us with the information. We are hopeful as the schools have responded positively,” Verma added.

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