Delhi University (DU) has released an official statement after an enormous number of final year students raising concerns in the open book examination (OBE). The statement claims that the greater part of the students has able to upload their answer contents by means of the OBE portal.
However, the University asserts that from each mode as many as 82,496 and 1,08,846 students respectively uploaded their answer sheet on the OBE portal.
Despite the fact that the varsity recognized the complaints of students, nonetheless, DU said it was constrained to students in distant territories. Over the most recent four days, students have effectively endeavored and presented their answer sheets on the DU OBE portal.
Moreover, the university’s statement read that a portion of our students, who at present are in distant/remote has presented their answer sheets.
They have uploaded the answer sheets by means of the alternative of email accessible to them. Students with exceptional necessities have likewise been offered the choice to send response contents by email.
The University further added that DU appreciates the efforts and support to students, guardians, and the teaching community. DU wished to thank these communities to help in conducting the OBE in the current challenging situations.
Apart from this, the University has taken this step of conducting OBE for students was a one-time measure. UGC has asked all the universities across India to mandatorily conduct the final year exams by the end of September.
Several Students Raise Issues Regarding DU OBE:
Prior, issues of mystery were additionally raised by the academicians and students both. As students who uploaded their answer contents by means of email needed to compose their names in the email body.
However, various students raised issues of classification. This is the first-ever throughout the entire existence of the college that students are being approached to compose their names.
Why not only University roll number sufficient? Students dread exploitation. Former Academic Council member Abha Dev Habib said they are apprehensive about sharing their encounters in the open area. Guardians are worried about their students too.