Online exam from July 10, left out students can appear in physical exam in Sept – Delhi University to HC

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Online exam from July 10, left out students can appear in physical exam in Sept - Delhi University to HC
Online exam from July 10, left out students can appear in physical exam in Sept - Delhi University to HC

Online exam from July 10, left out students can appear in the physical exam in Sept – Delhi University to HC. Delhi University informed the Delhi High Court on Monday that Open Book Examinations (OBE) for under-graduate courses will commence from July 10 and those students who are unable to take them, be it persons with disabilities or others, will be allowed to appear for the exams physically in September. The varsity said this would be irrespective of whether students have filled up applications online or not and also in cases where they download the question papers for OBE but fail to upload their answer-sheets.

Delhi University to HC:

A bench of Justices Hima Kohli and Subramonium Prasad, which was conducting the hearing through video conferencing, directed the university to file an affidavit clarifying its stand and listed for July 9, a plea challenging the conduct of online exams

For purposes of clarity and to avoid any ambiguity, it is deemed appropriate to direct the Delhi University to file an affidavit clarifying its stand as recorded above and on any other aspect stated before us so that appropriate orders can be passed on the next date, the bench said.

The second case of DU is also to be heard for which the court has fixed July 9. In fact, during the hearing of the petition challenging the conduct of online examination in the court, DU told the court that the open book examination will be held from July 10 and the students who are not able to take these exams can appear in September and take the exam. . Explain that the online open-book exam is being opposed in Delhi University. The mock test has also started on Saturday for these exams. In the mock test, students have also said that there are many technical problems

The high court had earlier asked the DU why contempt proceedings not be initiated against it and its officers for trying to mislead the court by withholding information on deferment of the online open-book exams. The exams, which were scheduled to start from July 1, have been deferred by another 10 days and will now commence from July 10. During the hearing, senior advocate Sachin Dutta, appearing for Delhi University, said that as a run-up to the main examinations, the mock exams have commenced on July 4 and will conclude on July 8. Thereafter, the OBE will commence from July 10.

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