🔥 The second phase of Delhi University’s Open Book exam begins today. The exam is conducted for students who did not appear in the first exam or who missed the exam due to technical issues. | The second phase of the open book exam begins today. The exam will not be conducted for students who did not appear in the first exam or who missed the technical problem.
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- The second phase of Delhi University’s Open Book exam begins today. The exam is conducted for students who did not show up for the first exam or who missed the exam due to technical issues.
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The online open book exam for the final year undergraduate and postgraduate courses at Delhi University will take place from September 14th. The second phase of the OBE by DU is organized for students from various affiliated universities who either cannot appear in the examination of the first phase or in the scanned copy of their answer sheet during the examination of the first phase. Could not upload due to a technical or internet problem. The university gave these students the opportunity to register online for the second phase exam from August 30 to September 8, 2020.
10 thousand students have registered
According to media reports, around 10,000 students have registered for the examination in the second phase. Of these, around 3,000 candidates chose to take the exam instead of taking the online open book exam from home. Delhi University conducted the first phase of the open book exam from August 10-31, 2020. The students had many technical problems in the first exam. The students had a lot of protest on social media sites.
This is the review process
During the exam, questionnaires will be provided to students by email and students are required to write the copy of the answer on the answer sheet and upload the scanned copy within the prescribed time. After the candidates have sent the answer sheet, a confirmation email comes from the automatic answer. If the candidates do not receive confirmation after submitting the answer sheet, they can be notified by post using the hotline provided by the university.