The Ministry of Education (MoE) which was established in 1951 AD is the main body that controls all the activities associated with education in the country. It initiates and manages the educational activities in the country by the development of the education related policies, planning and monitoring and evaluating the programs. Under the Ministry of Education, there are five regional directorates and 75 district education offices in 5 developmental regions and 75 districts respectively. District level examination is taken district wise among 75 districts of Nepal and DLE result is published with a competition between students in a district.
The educational structure in Nepal encompasses school education and higher education. After the amendment to the Education Act of 1971 in 2016 AD, the school education subsumes basic level (from grade 1 to 8) and secondary level (from grade 9 to 12). These form the school education. Higher education consists of Bachelors, Masters and PhD level. Along with the school education, a student in Nepal has to undergo three main examinations: District Level Examination (DLE) in grade 8 as the final exam of basic level, Secondary Education Examination (SEE) in grade 10 as the examination of regional level and School Leaving Certificate (SLC) examination in grade 12 as the examination of national level.
What is DLE (District Level Examination)?
As mentioned, District Level Examination (DLE), Jilla Stariya Parichya also known as the basic level final exam is taken in grade 8 in Nepal which is coordinated by district education offices (DEO). There are 75 DEOs in Nepal, and each one manages the district level examination in their respective districts. This exam takes place in Chaitra, the last month in the Nepali calendar. Every student must pass this examination before proceeding to further education. The examination comprises of 8 compulsory subjects which are Nepali, English, Science & Environment, Mathematics, Social Studies & Population Education, Occupation Business & Technology Education, Moral Education and Health & Physical Education. The optional subjects may be Sanskrit Language, Extra English, Computer Education, Geography & History Education, Extra Mathematics, Business Education, Technology Education and Office Practice & Accountancy.
The DEOs give any information regarding District Level Examination like routines for the examination, examination centres, publishing of the results in each district. This information is imparted to the schools via notices. The school then conveys the information to its students. You can also get up to date information about the examination in the official DEO websites. The websites for each district is different, but the websites have been built in the same style and manner so that conveying the information becomes easier.
How to check DLE Result (District Level Examination Result)
If you want to know your routine or result, then follow the steps below:
- Go to the official website of the district education office respective to your district. For example, deokathmandu.gov.np is the official website of Kathmandu district. Go to your browser and enter the website’s name.
- In the homepage, you will see different options to choose from. The website is built in Nepali language, and all the information are also delivered in the Nepali language.
- Scroll down to the bottom of the page. There are three boxes, Paripatra tatha Suchana (Notices), Mahatwapurna Link haru (Important links) and Dherai heriyeka linkharu (most visited links). Under the first box of notices, click on See more (thap hernuhos).
- The list of notice open and there you can search for the notice which you want to see. Whether it is related to the routine, examination centres or result, the notice is given there. If the notice has not been published, you need to check the website regularly to see if it is updated or not. Open the respective link. And click on the green box at the right. The link opens with the download option. Download the file, and you can see the necessary information.