DU OBE Second Phase : 2000 students to appear for physical Exams

DUET 2020

The Delhi University’s (DU) second phase of the open book tests is set to start from today, September 14. As per Professor Balaram Pani, Dean of Colleges, DU, 12,000 students have enrolled for the Second Phase of the online open book tests and 3,000 of them have picked composing the tests at the assigned focuses.

About 2,000 last year postgraduate and college students of the Delhi University (DU) will show up in the second period of the open book tests on Monday, authorities said.

The primary period of the online open book test for definite year postgraduate and college students was directed between August 10 and August 31. The second period of open-book assessment is being led for those students who couldn’t take the tests in August. In the subsequent stage, the understudies can compose the tests on the web or at the college’s test habitats.

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Source : Hindustan Times

Mr Pani said there are 10 such focuses and 250 students of the School Of Open Learning each have been distributed to every one while undergrads can take the tests at their separate universities. He said 7,000 understudies will show up for the tests on the web.

The students have been approached to bring their own answersheets and composing material and the seating plans have been sent to them ahead of time, authorities said.

The universities have been told to stick to the social-separating standards and sanitisation rehearses. To guarantee the well being and security of the understudies showing up for the second period of OBE, the University had prior given an official warning featuring the well being rules to be followed during the assessment.

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