The University of Delhi issued the promotion criteria for the students of Intermediate Semester/Year. The varsity released the circular dated 24th September 2020.
It released it for the students of Under-graduation and Post-graduation courses in all streams. It includes Non- Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) and School of Open Learning (SOL) but not the Council Mandatory courses. The administration introduced this measure for the current academic session 2019-20.
Table of Contents
- 1 DU ADMISSION 2020: COMMENCEMENT OF PROCESS FROM OCTOBER 12
- 2 UGC RELEASES NEW ACADEMIC CALENDAR: NEW SESSION TO BEGIN FROM NOVEMBER
THE EXAMINATION BRANCH RELEASED PROMOTION CRITERIA UPDATES
The University Grants Commission issued guidelines regarding the ‘Guidelines on Examinations and Academic Calendar for the Universities in view of COVID-19 Pandemic’ on 29th April 2020. Further updates state the information regarding the promotion criteria for all the concerned students. The Examination Branch released these updates dated 4th June 2020 and 8th June 2020. It is for the Intermediate Semester/Year students.
PROMOTION CRITERIA IS A ONE-TIME DECISION
The promotion criteria state students can take up the subjects to the next year in which they failed in the semester. The administration will promote the students in the next year. But they have to re-appear for the examination next year according to the semester schedule. It is a promotional technique that the administration launched. The varsity launched it for the students who were absent or failed in any subject from their course. Moreover, it is a one-time measure.
LIST OF CATEGORIES UNDER PROMOTION CRITERIA
This promotion criterion applies to the following categories:
- Students pursuing undergraduate or postgraduate courses.
- Those who are currently in the 2nd Semester (Part 1) or 4th Semester (Part 2).
- Students who are in 2nd year of any Undergraduate course learning under Annual mode.
- Students of postgraduate courses who are currently in the 2nd Semester (1st year). Those who are registered with the School of Open Learning and Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB).
- First-year students of School of Open Learning (SOL) studying Undergraduate courses in the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS).
The Statutory Regulatory Bodies/Councils will administer the courses. Afterward, it will include it included in this provision. The promotion criteria are exclusive for this academic year.