DU has decided to conduct undergraduate students’ examinations under the new semester at Delhi University in March. This examination will also be an online open-book examination conducted by the DU examination department. In this, students will also be given the option to come to college and take an open book examination.
DU examinations of about 85 thousand students in the first semester, about 12 thousand in the first semester, about 99 thousand in the first semester of SOL, about 12 thousand boards in SOL third semester held in March, and about 70 thousand students. The examination is done.
Corona cases are currently decreasing in the capital.
Due to this, gradually schools and colleges are opening, yet DU has been given the option to conduct this exam is open book mode. The examination department has also announced the probable date of examination for the regular students of DU.
These exams are likely to be held in the third week of March. It is to be known that the first-year admissions were held till 31st of December and the first week of January. This year, more than 85 thousand students have enrolled in undergraduate regular courses.
The exam form will be released for students soon. DU has asked the students to appear in the examination to release the examination form soon. In this, students will have all the options, so that they can tell DU that they want to take the exam in online mode or offline mode.
So far the dates of some subjects have been released, including the exam date of B.Sc Hons, B.Sc Mathematical Sciences, B.Com, B.A. Honors, B.Com Hons, B.A. BA and B.Com Honors examinations will start on 17 March. The examination will be conducted in the morning shift only. The BSc Mathematics examination will be held from March 18.
DU’s examination department says that preparation for the exam has started and soon the exam-related forms will be opened for filling online. There will be some changes in this form also. Students will also be notified via registered email.
DU has talked about giving time for the open book exam as before. It is to be known that there are different deadlines for general candidates and students with disabilities. Normal students who take the graduate exam will be given three hours to write as before.
An additional time of one hour will be given for downloading the question paper and uploading the answer sheet. However, as before, students from different parent classes will get four hours to write and one hour for download and upload.
Most students in OBE opted to take the exam from home. In the Open Book Examination held in December, students had the option of taking online exams from home or college, but very few students opted to appear in college. One lakh 49 thousand 345 students had opted to take the exam from home, while about five thousand students had opted to take the exam from the college.
The examination was arranged keeping in mind the instructions of Covid. The college provided internet and computers to the students
– Undergraduate regular students – 85 thousand approx.
– Masters Students – 12 thousand approx.
– SOL graduate first semester students – 99 thousand approx.
– SOL graduate third-semester students – 70 thousand approx.
– NCWeb graduates – 13 thousand approx.
– First-semester examination of students enrolled in session 2020-21 in March
– Open book exam preparation will be done in the third week of March
-Preparation for the open book examination will be done in the third week of March
– Option will be given to come online from home or online by coming to college
– More than 2 lakh 78 thousand students will be included in this examination.
-BA and BCom Honors examinations will start from 17 March
– Over 85 thousand students enrolled in the regular course of graduation.
DS Rawat (Dean Examination) said DU will try to conduct a fair, smooth examination of the students. Preparations for this has been started. Exam forms will be released for students soon. We hope that students will not face any problems during the exam.