By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Aug 18, 2020 17:18 IST
High Court directs Delhi University to expedite final year results

Delhi High Court on Tuesday directed the Delhi University to make efforts to expedite the results of the final year students. High Court asked the University to look after the grievances of students studying in PG courses and those students may have obtained admissions to Post Graduate courses in foreign universities. The directions came after the Delhi High Court’s order to conduct Final year Physical Exams from September 14.

A bench of Delhi High Court led by Justices Hima Kohli and Subramonium Prasad, was hearing the pleas on Delhi University’s decision on OBE exams for the Persons with Disabilities (PWDs). During the hearing Delhi High Court asks Delhi University to do possible efforts to prompt the results of the final year students and students studying in courses where they may have obtained admissions to PG courses in foreign universities.

Earlier students had lodged their dissatisfaction over delay in the final year examinations' results in Delhi University. Hearing the pleas High Court on Tuesday directed varsity to look into the matter and take possible actions and prompt decisions to expedite results of final year examinations.

Based on reports, Delhi University is in process to conduct Online Open Book Examinations (OBEs) in August month and has also planned to conduct Physical Examinations from 14th September for those who can not appear in OBE exams. Delhi University's schedule of final year/ semester exams seems to delay the result process, experts say. However, DU has announced CBCS May-June 2019, Ex-Students VI Semester (3 Years, FYUP 2013) and can be obtained at official University's Exam portal.

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According to a report published at NDTV, the Delhi High Court has asked Delhi University to conduct Physical exams of PWDs after 14 September 2020. High Court has also asked varsity to verify the number of students belonging to 'persons with disability' (PwD) category who were left out of online Open Book Examination (OBE) and would sit for Physical exams in September. High Court has also asked DU to find out where PwD students are located, report says.

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