The Wait is Over: DU Exam Results Finally Out!

Delhi University has released the results of Regular and NCWEB (Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board) on 13 March 2024. All the candidates who have appeared for 1st , 3rd and 5th semester, their results have been out and can check their result by visiting the official website of Delhi University Student portal link

The results have released at night of Wednesday and students are curious to know their results who have appeared for the examination in November/December Examination session 2023. The students are advised to download their statements of marks/grades and save a pdf copy for their record and future reference.

In addition to the regular students, the results for NCWEB students were also released simultaneously. NCWEB provides an opportunity for women candidates residing in the National Capital Territory of Delhi to pursue undergraduate and postgraduate courses through weekend classes. This alternative mode of education caters to the needs of women who are unable to attend regular college due to various commitments.

The results are releasing after by after and students can check which results have been out through this link provided below.

Some students are worrying as they were not able to see their results on site. It needs to inform those students that some results have been released on the following day.

As students celebrate their achievements and contemplate future endeavors, Delhi University looks forward to welcoming them back for the next academic session. With a legacy of academic excellence and a commitment to holistic development, DU continues to be a beacon of higher education in India.

The declaration of results for both regular and NCWEB students reaffirms Delhi University’s dedication to fostering academic excellence and providing equal opportunities for all aspiring learners.

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