DU told to conduct exams at centres from Sept 14

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DU told to conduct exams at centres from Sept 14
DU told to conduct exams at centres from Sept 14

DU told to conduct exams at centres from Sept 14. The move comes days after the Union home ministry, in an affidavit in the Supreme Court, said colleges could reopen to conduct final-year examinations.

The Delhi Excessive Courtroom on Monday directed Delhi College (DU) to conduct examinations for remaining-12 months college students within the pen and paper mode from September 14 even because the varsity mentioned “it was too quick a time-frame and there was immense strain on the accessible manpower due to the continuing open e-book examinations (OBE)”.

The transfer comes days after the Union house ministry, in an affidavit within the Supreme Courtroom, mentioned faculties might reopen to conduct remaining-12 months examinations. The college had proposed to maintain bodily examinations for college kids who couldn’t take the net exams, and people who need to higher their efficiency in OBE, from September 20.

However a bench of Justice Hima Kohli and Justice Subramonium Prasad mentioned the timeline was “fairly unreasonable” and requested DU to advance the date.

The court noted that the university had earlier said it would be able to gauge the number of leftover students who would write the physical exams only after it measured those who participated in the online mode. “By now, the online examinations have been conducted for an entire week. There should be enough data for the university to analyse the number of students who intend to sit for the examination physically in September,” the court observed.

The court noted that the university had earlier said it would be able to gauge the number of leftover students who would write the physical exams only after it measured those who participated in the online mode. “By now, the online examinations have been conducted for an entire week. There should be enough data for the university to analyse the number of students who intend to sit for the examination physically in September,” the court observed. The court said the “university should expedite conducting physical examinations so that the entire process can be over at the earliest”.

It said even though at least two weeks are required after the online examinations are over on August 31, for the university to gear up, physical examinations should start by September 8. When senior advocate Sachin Datta, appearing for DU, said it would be too short time to complete preparations, the bench changed the date to September 14. It asked DU’s counsel to file an affidavit and indicate the end date of the physical examination, after he expressed his inability to inform the end date immediately to the court.

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