Diploma in Elementary Education Teachers exam result 2019 NIOS


National Institute of Open Schooling conducted the Teachers' exam in December 2018 and March 2019 for 2017-19 session. The time is near for D.El.Ed Teachers exam result 2019. Candidates can learn from here on how to check the exam result 2019 from NIOS and DLED official website for Diploma in Elementary Education.

NIOS (National Institute of Open Schooling, it is autonomous and under Ministry of HRD) has conducted the Dip. El. Ed exam from eligible candidates on December 2018 and March 2019 for two years course of Teachers - 2017-19.

Dip in Elementary Edu Teachers exam result 2019 NIOS

The student who had appeared for the said exam can check their status and exam result from NIOS official website. The steps and guideline is given below.

You may find the exam result (3rd Exam for 506 and 507) - for Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El.Ed) 2017-2019 on the website when you visit the NIOS official website (URL given below). The screen status would also change for the next subject result.

How to check D.El.Ed Teachers exam result 2019?

Keep ready your 'Enrollment Number'.

Step 1: Visit http://dled.nios.ac.in/attendancelogin/ResultIIyearlogin.aspx

Step 2: Enter your Enrollment number.

Step 3: Select DOB (Date of Birth, as stated in Application).

Step 4: It will take you to another screen.

Step 5: Find the exam result.

Step 6: Take a print-out or download it for future reference.

Hope the above info helps you to obtain D.El.Ed Teachers result 2019 from NIOS.

You can contact via email to NIOS from dledres@nios.ac.in for any doubt or result query.

Addition info on Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El.Ed) course:

Eligibility for D.El.Ed. (ODL) course: The desired qualification required for admission in Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El.Ed) for untrained in-service teachers is 50% marks in aggregate at Senior Secondary (Class 12th) (or its equivalent). For SC/ST/OBC/PH candidates a relaxation of 5% marks is admissible.

Course Fee : Rs. 6000/- is for 1st Year (There could be some offers / discounts and exemption on this fee).

Note: Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El.Ed) programme is designed package for inservice untrained teachers working in primary/ upper primary schools of different states of the country.


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