DU OBE Season

The University of Delhi (DU) has extended the last date for filling the first-semester exam forms for DU OBE. The first semester exams will be conducted in March 2021. First-year students of UG, PG, and professional courses who are admitted to Delhi University in the academic session 2020-21 can apply online through the Delhi University portal after which, DU colleges will confirm their submission. As per the extended deadline, the University will close the registration for the DU OBE exam form on 5th March (5:30 pm).

The notification read “All concerned Delhi University students of Under Graduate, Post Graduate & Professional Courses of Semester-I admitted in Academic Year 2020-21 are hereby informed that the last date of submission of Examination Forms for the Examination to be held in March 2021 is extended to 05.03.2021 (Friday) at 5:30 p.m. The Faculty/Department/Colleges are also requested to complete the confirmation and verification of Examination forms filled by the students latest by 07.03.2021 (Sunday)”.

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The notification issued by Delhi University said that first-year students are required to pay the exam fee online on the link provided by their respective college, faculty, or department.

Admit cards for first-year students for DU OBE will be released after the confirmation of submission exam forms by DU colleges.

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The University of Delhi on 1st February reopened its campus for its final year students who have practical subjects. Final year students have been permitted to visit the colleges, departments, and centers for their practical, laboratory, library, skill, and related activities in small batches. The University has also reopened its central library and four other libraries for research scholars and faculty members.

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