After a long wait, Delhi University has started releasing results for UG/PG CBCS Nov- Dec result. Although the result for some courses is out before the mid-semester break yet students of other courses whose results did not out have to wait for such a long time.
It is for the first time that Delhi University delayed its result for such a long time. The reason behind the delay in the result was first the DUTA strike the teachers refuses to check the answer sheets and after that, the second one was the spread of a pandemic that is COVID-19.
The Delhi University usually discloses the results for the November- December semester examinations by end of December or early in January. In the history of DU, it’s for the first time that the students have to wait so long as the results are delayed by 4 months.
The news was out that answer sheets were checked by the teachers but there is a delay in the result due to lockdown announced by our government. It was expected results will be out once lockdown is over but, according to the current situation if Delhi university will wait for the lockdown to be lifted then the university along with students have to suffer a lot.
Delhi University students we’re too much worried about their odd semester exam result as now it’s time to have exams for next semester and they even did not know how much they score in the previous exams. As Delhi University starts releasing the result of other courses as well the students get hope after so long.
Students may check their results on the official website of Delhi University www.du.ac.in . Go to the site, click on the result option and the new window will open, enter your roll number to view your result please note that the website is taking longer to load due to heavy volumes
Finally, the University of Delhi has declared 4 new CBCS Results. Till yesterday there were 176 CBCS results on the official website and now 180 CBCS results were there.
The result of the remaining course is expected to be released soon on the official website of Delhi University. Students are requested to visit the official website of DU from time to time if there result is yet not out.
All the best for your result.
~ Neha Dhingra
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