As issues kept on continuing for Final year student’s of Delhi University (DU) even on the third day of the continuous counterfeit open book tests (OBE), a few students are currently considering boycotting their last exams because of so many technical glitches.
The DU Students’ Union (DUSU), which has so far not taken any stand against the UGC, be that as it may, said the college must move to assessment done based on assignment as opposed to exams, as is being accomplished for middle of the road student’s.
In the mean time, previous DUSU president Arun Hooda from NSUI has restored his LLB degree to Dean of Examinations Vinay Gupta in fight. “DU totally neglected to hold mock test and online test will be bumble as well. We request advancement for all DU student’s,” he tweeted.
DUSU president Akshit Dahiya said in a gathering of the DUSU official which was held on Monday, alongside student associations from different colleges, and it was concluded that tests were not achievable. “I met the Dean of Exams. We want evaluation to be done on the basis of assignments. We have given them 24 hours to issue revised guidelines in this regard. Otherwise we will be forced to take a more aggressive approach. No student shall be left behind because of these exams” he said.
At Shri Ram College of Commerce, 80 student’s so far have filled a Google structure to boycott the tests. “There are such a large number of specialized glitches,” said an understudy leading the activity.
A MA student of Kirori Mal College stated, “We are attempting to contact however many schools and student bunches as could be allowed to welcome them ready. Over 90% students have griped that they couldn’t transfer their answer sheets during mock tests.”
Dignitary Gupta didn’t react to calls and messages looking for a remark. He had before said the false tests were being held to smoothen out the glitches.