The second wave of coronavirus has laid down the chances of reopening colleges so far. Owing to such a worsening situation in the country, Delhi University will conduct DU OBE for the 4th and 6th semester. On the other hand, people are circulating fake messages on social media. To clarify those messages, Delhi University said that students should not rely upon any WhatsApp circulated message or social media posts without any official notice. For the same, the varsity clarified some information about OBE.
DU OBE for all the regular students of undergraduate courses will have their exams to begin on 15th May. Moreover, DU SOL students and NCWEB students exams would also begin on the same date. The varsity would hold the exam in three sessions including Sundays. Students who have not received their date sheets would get it by the end of April.
DU OBE FOR REPEATERS AND EX STUDENTS
Discussing repeaters, improvement, and ex-students of the second semester, the varsity will take some decision after observing the coronavirus situation. The same situation lies for fourth-semester students of postgraduate courses.
NOTIFICATION OF DU OBE FOR EX-STUDENTS
There would be ex-students of CBCS who took admission in 2015 and 2018 along with ex-students of SOL and NCWEB. They all have to appear for the exam according to the date sheet for each case. Students have to appear for DU OBE and the syllabus for the entire subject is known to the students.
FINAL YEAR STUDENTS OF 2020 SESSION
Final year students who could not make it to appear for the exam in the first and second phase of DU OBE in August and September 2020 can now appear for it. So, they can give their annual exams in May or June 2021 as a one-time measure. Delhi University released some guidelines about on 6th July 2020 on Examination and Academics Calendar.
So, the respective faculty would conduct a diploma, advanced diploma, or certificate exam as per the past practice.
DU OBE LATEST UPDATES AND INFORMATION
So, Delhi University has updated some notifications for DU OBE for all undergraduate programmes on its official website. For postgraduate courses, students can check their faculty or center websites also. Moreover, students will not get any separate information regarding the same from the examination branch.