Nitish Kumar of Aryabhatta College is worried about the delay in his examination result being rectified. He also has appeared for the entrance exam and cleared for the law course. Without the incorrect marks in his exam result being rectified, he cannot take admission.
But DU’s fresh guideline proposing departments and colleges to commence the process of rectifying the result of the OBE ( open-book exam ) mistakenly marked result awaited or absentee has met with opposition.
On October 27, the results were announced and many candidates for PG courses are still waiting for their incorrect results to be rectified. D S Rawat, dean of exams on November 19 issued the guidelines to help the colleges handle student complaints about achievements incorrectly marked result awaited or absentee after the July-August online OBE.
The guidelines say after receipt of any application from the candidates, the nodal council officer of the colleges and department shall get the answer key analyzed in consultation with principals or HOD.
Moreover, The nodal officials are then to convey the results with details such as subject code, roll number of student, paper title, etc, to the examination branch. The guidelines further added that the answer sheet and other related papers shall be maintained at the college or department level only for record and all complaints should be removed at the department level or the college level.
However, resentment is developing. Nodal officials of the college believe that the university is putting pressure on them and the reform process increases their burden. Kumar Ashutosh of the College of Vocational Studies said, Asking the nodal officers to get the results of re-evaluation is an OBE indictment.
Delhi University should have given pass marks to students based on their internal assessment results. About 40 students from his college call him every day, asking him about the status of their wrong results.