DU Students have come forward and demanded the varsity officials to cancel online exams and reopen the colleges instead. Hence, these DU students have taken to several social media platforms and condemned online classes and exams as these don’t have an impact like offline classes.
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The University of Delhi has officially issued a notice to conduct odd semester exams in open book mode from November 30. Hence, the 3rd, 5th, and 7th-semester students along with essential repeaters will appear for the exams. But, the students are not ready to appear for these exams and demand cancellation.
The entire social media is inundated with the disappointment of students. On Twitter, several hashtags like #DUExams2021 and #ReopenDU are trending. Thus, students have termed online exams as a formality as it is meaningless. So, restarting physical classes and then considering in-class exams is important.
One student expresses that how can they become good students without basic knowledge. Hence, he highlights that he is not able to understand anything in online classes. Another student did tweet in disappointment that online exams are just a formality. Students don’t attend online lectures as they do not understand anything. Hence, there is no point in taking examinations.
The All India Students’ Association (AISA) has gone on countless strikes time and again. Also, they sat on a hunger strike outside the office of DU Vice-Chancellor demanding DU reopening. Delhi government has already given a nod to reopen schools and educational institutions here. Hence, DU students are disappointed as to why even schools have reopened but not Delhi University.
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