The Delhi University attorney said that so far there are eight graduate students and 180 undergraduate students who have requested that comfort letters be submitted to overseas universities for admission.
A bench of Judges Hima Kohli and Subramonium Prasad gave the university time to make a decision and listed the matter for further hearing on September 14th.
Lawyer Mohinder Rupal, who represents the University of Delhi, said the university officials are talking to each other to find the best possible solution to combat the fear of students studying in bachelor’s degrees in their final year studying abroad Universities have applied for admission The comfort letters are correctly worded and the aspect of the date of the declaration of the results is also addressed.
The university said that PG course students who requested that comfort letters be sent to overseas universities for admission may be prioritized for explaining their confidential result.
The Supreme Court said: “The aspect of the cumulative grade point average, namely the comparative grade point average for the evaluation of the results of the students of the UG senior year, is still not apparent from the affidavit of the University of Delhi. This topic will be adequately illuminated at the next hearing. ”
The Supreme Court heard problems from students moving abroad for higher education. The problem arose during the hearing of a petition on the Open Book Exam (OBE) for DU students last year.
The university had previously informed the court that the results will be announced in late October.