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On Thursday, the Delhi HC deferred the hearing on the petitions by the Delhi University to 28th July. The petition was regarding the conduction of OBE ( Open Book Examination ) for final year students. Taking into account the request pending in the Supreme Court challenging the University Grant Commissioner (UGC) directives to conduct the examination in University.

On the next hearing, the court has instructed Delhi University to submit the data of the first round of mock tests conducted by the University. Delhi HC has further requested DU to place on the information relating to the students who fall under PwD.

The batch of petitions has been heard by a bench comprising Justice Subramonium Prasad and Justices Hima Kohli regarding the conduction of Open Book Exams by the University.

The National Federation of Blind tried to raise a voice in a hearing regarding the challenge to OBE. Be that as it may, the Court recommended hanging tight for the advancements in the SC.

Delhi University said the court that notification related to the revised exam has been uploaded on the official website of DU.

PETITION IN SC BY AADITYA THACKERAY TO STOP THE CONDUCT FINAL YEAR EXAMS BEFORE SEPTEMBER 30

The court has postponed the petition challenging OBE till Tuesday to see the action taken by the SC regarding the conduction of online exams.

STUDENT FILES PLEA SEEKING DIRECTIONS FOR UGC FOR COMMENCEMENT OF FINAL YEAR EXAMS

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