Delhi University in its centenary year has released a notice. In the notice, it has mentioned that students who could not complete their degree in the given span can complete it now.
In the centenary year, the varsity would hold the exams twice a year. Students would get this opportunity twice. DU centenary year would begin on 1st May 2022 and conclude on 1st May 2023.
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UNDERGRADUATE AND POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS IN DU CENTENARY YEAR
Students who pursued their under-graduation and post-graduation from Delhi University would get this chance. They can appear for the exams in which they were absent or they failed.
In annual mode, they can appear for 4 papers. On the other hand, students can appear for 8 papers in semester mode.
DELHI UNIVERSITY ER/FAILED MARK SHEETS
Many students were completing their professional courses and has Essential repeat or absent in the final year mark sheet. They too can appear for exams in DU centenary year. Students must know that the varsity would conduct exams in physical mode only. They can appear for practical and theory papers and not internal assessments.
EXAMINATION FEE OF DELHI UNIVERSITY CENTENARY EXAMS
Moreover, the examination fee for each exam in the centenary year is Rs.2000 per exam.
So, from May 1, 2022, the application portal would be active for students. They can apply for exams in the centenary year.
M.PHIL & Ph.D. STUDENTS CAN NOT REAPPEAR FOR DELHI UNIVERSITY CENTENARY EXAMS
On the other hand, they have to submit some documents during the completion of their application forms. If students fail to do so, it would lead them to non-consideration of their exams in the centenary year. However, M. Phil and Ph.D. students cannot appear for exams.