Delhi University on its official website has released the examination form for December 2020 odd semester exams for regular and NCWEB students. The last date for submission of the online examination form is 10th November 2020.
Students who are to appear for Delhi University’s odd semester exams are required to visit the official website of the University of Delhi and fill the form online.
The official notification states that all the students of undergraduate, postgraduate, and professional courses of 3rd, 5th, and 7th semester along with the essential repeater, improvement, and ex-students of semester 1st, 3rd, or 5th in the academic year are hereby informed that the last date for examination form submission for December 2020 exams is 10th November 2020.
The notification further states that students are required to pay the online fee on the link provided by their faculty/department/college. To submit the online examination form students are required to enter the following details to access the online portal:
After filling the online examination form, students are required to retain a copy of the printout for future use. The University will issue the admit card after confirmation of the examination form by their respective faculty/department/college.
Students confronting any difficulties or in case of any query/discrepancy concerning examination form can contact their respective departments. In case the query is not resolved, the University of Delhi has notified that the students may send an email at email@example.com or contact on telephone number 011-27662832, 27001015.
The examination forms for regular and NCWEB students have been released while the University will release a separate provision for the School of Open Learning (SOL).
Students studying in the odd semester of regular DU colleges or NCWEB should note that the Delhi University has not yet announced the December examination schedule.
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