Delhi AAP MP Sanjay Singh requests HRD Minister to cancel DU online exams. AAP MP Sanjay Singh on Sunday wrote to HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ urging him to cancel online exams of the Delhi University. In a letter, Singh said many students who are living in different states do not have access to the internet for appearing in exams.
Delhi AAP MP Sanjay Singh requests HRD Minister:
A mock online exam was conducted on July 4 by the Delhi University ahead of the final open book examinations from July 10. Singh said many students faced technical glitches during the mock exam. “Keeping in view the above, I request you to kindly cancel online examinations of Delhi University,” he said. The mock exams of the university will continue till July 8.
The mock tests were made available for 15 papers for the undergraduate and postgraduate regular, Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB), and School of Open Learning (SOL). The MP in his letter added that many of the students faced technical glitches during the mock tests conducted. The minister has thus has asked the HRD Ministry to cancel the Delhi University online examinations keeping in mind the above-mentioned problems.
Earlier, the examinations were delayed by 10 days due to the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown situation in the country. As per the Delhi University official notification, the Delhi University Open Book Test 2020 the exams for the different subjects will be conducted in different time slots.
With the cases of Coronavirus increasing in the country, many of the universities have opted for conducting the examinations for the final semester students in the online mode. According to the official notification released by the university, the examinations are being conducted in the open book format as an onetime measure keeping in mind the present situation in the country.
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