The Univeristy was asked to prepare fresh Guidelines and dates for final year exam’s by High Court on last hearing. The exams were delayed from July 10 to past August 15 taking into account the Covid-19 pandemic.
The HC had likewise requested that the Univeristy clarify in the sworn statement how it proposes to lead tests – on the web, disconnected or the two modes – other than the total date sheet, so as to give lucidity to student’s. The issue is recorded for hearing on Tuesday.
The bearings were given during becoming aware of a group of petitions concerning the holding of definite year assessments at DU in the midst of the pandemic.
LIve Update from Hearing : Sudden change in the Date of UG Final year exam’s by Delhi University
DU, in their affirmation, expressed that the date sheet for undergrad programs was encased, though the date sheet for post-graduate projects and expert courses will be discharged at the latest July 20, and uoloaded on the official site of the college.
DU will hold final year exams from August 17, varsity tells HC
The Exams will be held in the online Open Book Examinations (OBE) mode “remotely”, Delhi University said.
“These assessments will start on August 17, 2020, and will finish up on September 8, 2020,” the Delhi University expressed.
The Delhi University on Monday told the Delhi High Court it “will direct the assessments for the last semester/term/year Students of all undergrad and postgraduate courses”, including the School of Open Learning and Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board, from August 17, in the online Open Book Examinations (OBE) mode “remotely”.
“These assessments will start on August 17, 2020, and will finish up on September 8, 2020,” the Delhi University said
The headings were given during becoming aware of a cluster of petitions concerning the holding of conclusive year assessments at DU in the midst of the pandemic.
DU, in their testimony, expressed that the date sheet for undergrad programs was encased, though the date sheet for post-graduate projects and expert courses will be discharged prior to July 20, and transferred on the official site of the college.
“For such Students who can’t show up in the assessments in OBE mode remotely, planned to start from August 17, 2020, it has been chosen to lead an extra period of assessments through on the web/disconnected/mixed component, to give another chance to the Students. This extra open door is being managed as a one-time measure taking into account the Covid-19 pandemic and is explained hereunder,” it included.
It further expressed that the primary period of false tests will begin from July 31, to acclimate understudies with the new techniques, and will proceed up to August 4.
“There will be three meetings of counterfeit tests every day. The timetable will be informed in any event multi week before the initiation of the fake tests (at the latest July 24, 2020).
The High Court had before addressed DU on pushing the tests from July 10 to a date after August 15, particularly when it had professed to be set up for the OBE on July 1 just as on July 10.