University of Delhi (DU) Exam Results 2013
Posted on 8th October 2013 By

The University of Delhi is informally known as Delhi University. DU is a public central university located in Delhi, India. It is wholly funded by the Government of India. Established in 1922, it offers courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Vice-President of India, Mohammad Hamid Ansari is the chancellor. The University of Delhi is a premier institute of higher education in India. It was established in 1922 as a unitary, teaching and residential university by an Act of the Central Legislative Assembly. The President of India is the visitor, the Vice President is the chancellor and the chief justice of the Supreme Court of India is the pro-chancellor of the university.

Description about Delhi University (DU) Exam Results:

http://delhi.indiaresults.com/du/default.aspx

University has undertaken several examinations in the year 2013. Many of the candidates are still waiting for their exam results. IndiaResults.com is the main exam result portal of India which is also the major result publishing unit of this university. You can know your result stats at our official page of Delhi University.

IndiaResults assist candidates with modern facilities to check their exam results. Firstly, results can be known via roll no. and other method is our Name-Wise feature where the results are displayed in accordance with candidate names.

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Our Official University of Delhi Page,

http://delhi.indiaresults.com/du/

About Saurabh Agarwal

Mr. Saurabh Agarwal is currently a Founding editor for IndiaResults.com. He is having more than 15 years of experience in blogging. A blogger by ideas, an entrepreneur by choice and a techno by preference.

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