NIOS DElED: The NIOS DElED admit cards for the third edition has been issued by the National Institute of Open Schooling for the untrained in-service teachers on Thursday, December 13. Candidates who have registered themselves for the examination are advised to download their hall ticket from the official website- dled.nios.ac.in.
The schedule for the examination had already been released by the NIOS on October 29. Meanwhile, the examination will be held on December 20 and 21 from 02:00 PM to 05:00 PM. Candidates may note that NIOS will conduct the Understanding Children in Inclusive Context- Exam Code 506 ON Dec 20 and Community and Elementary Education- Exam Code 507 on Dec 21.
Steps to download NIOS 3rd DElED Admit Card:
Step 1: Visit the official website- dled.nios.ac.in.
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the link which reads- NIOS 3rd DElED Admit Card.
Step 3: Enter your details as required and submit.
Step 4: Download your admit card.
Step 5: Take a print out and keep it for future use.
Candidates appearing for the exam must carry one valid photo id proof issued by the government.
The result of examinations is likely to be declared in 8 to 10 weeks after the last date of examination. A copy of the relevant portion of the result will be provided to the accredited vocational institutions (AVI) immediately after the declaration of results. Also, the marks statements and the passing certificates of the candidates will be made available through the concerned AVI.
The NIOS had declared the result of the 2nd D.El.Ed exam held in September on December 5. All candidates can access the result at this link by entering the Enrollment Number and Date of Birth.
The fourth edition of the DElED will be held in February 2019 for two subject modules- Learning Social Science at Upper Primary Level (509) and Learning Science at Upper Primary Level (510).
The NIOS conducts the Diploma in Elementary Education programme (DElEd) for the untrained teachers after the Parliament passed an amendment in RTE bill to give them a chance to clear a professional exam to be qualified for remaining teachers in private schools across the country.