Delhi University postpones open book exams for students in the last academic year by 10 days

On Saturday, the University of Delhi postponed the online open book exams for students of the last academic year, which should start from July 1st, by 10 days, “given the current situation of the Covid-19 pandemic”.

The revised data sheets for all Bachelor and postgraduate programs will be announced on July 3, the university said.

Teachers and students have spoken out against the Open Book Exams (OBE), including issues such as the lack of learning material for many students and the lack of an internet connection in different parts of the country.

”… all concerned are hereby informed that examinations that are intended for all final semesters / semesters / year and ex-students according to the date sheet in OBE mode exams are an alternative examination method with regard to a one-time accepted Covid 19 pandemic The measure for the 2019-20 academic session for all UG and PG flows, including SOL and NCWEB, will be postponed by ten days given the current state of the Covid 19 pandemic, ”said a statement from the University of Delhi.

In the current situation, all affected stakeholders, especially students, may have difficulty participating in their proposed audit activities.

The new data sheets for all Bachelor and Postgraduate programs will be communicated by the University’s Examining Department on July 3rd. The exam begins on July 10th.

Delhi is the country most affected by the Covid 19 pandemic. By Friday, the contagious respiratory disease had infected 77,240 people and claimed 2,492 lives in the state capital.


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