NCT Delhi CCSE Result 2019: Directorate of Education and Govt. of NCT is all set to release the class 9 and 11 of Common Compartment School Examination CCSE Result 2019 on May 10, 2019 the official website of The candidates who had appeared for the result can check and download the result. The minimum pass percentage to qualify in the examination is 33 percent.

As per the new government policy, those who were not able to pass in class 9th after appearing more than 2 times will have to give class 10th exams through National Institute of Open Schooling. The candidates who had failed once will have a choice to give the exams again or to repeat the class and follow the school norms.

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NCT Delhi CCSE Result 2019: Steps to check

  1. Visit the official website
  2. Click on the result link on the homepage
  3. Redirected to a new page, enter your details
  4. Results will be displayed on the screen
  5. Download your result for future use

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NCT Delhi CCSE Result 2019: Pass percentage

In 2019, pass percentage has just improved by 0.4 percentage for class 9 examination. This year, the pass percentage was 80 per cent this year, witnessed an improvement of nine percentage points from the previous year.

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NCT Delhi CCSE Result 2019: About Institue

Institute aims at organising training programme for Government, Public sector and Private sector in various sectors such as pollution control, waste management, Biodiversity, Greening, Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy and Clean Development Mechanism.

The Institue is dedicated to the Nation by then Prime Minister, Late P.V. Narsimha Rao on October 02, 1992. It was established to tap the renewable energy to the fullest. The mission of the centre is based on combatting climate change and development as a centre of excellence.

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