Delhi University has written to the principals of all colleges on Monday that only the subject teachers will check the scanned online answer sheets of DU exams in online and electric mode.
For this, the DU exams portal has been made available to the teachers personally. After evaluating copies, teachers will be able to record the responses and awards on the portal, after which the results will be compiled.
Keeping in mind the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the University of Delhi had decided to conduct an open book exam by adopting an immediate remedy (One Time Measure). The OBE examinations are being conducted for all undergraduate and postgraduate students of all DU colleges, SOL, and Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Boards (NCWEB). This examination is being conducted between 10 August and 31 August for Graduate and Post Graduates.
Students who are appearing in the examinations from far-flung areas have been given the option to submit the transcripts by e-mail or other means. Disabled students have also been given the facility to submit questions by e-mail. According to DU data, 110085, 154142, and 82496 students of Institutional, SOL, and NCWEB successfully participated in the DU exams in the last four days till 15 August.