The Delhi High Court said on Tuesday that acquiring degree certificate, a reason for festivity, has transformed into a bad dream for specialists, who regardless of being occupied in treating COVID-19 patients need to battle to get their degree certificate from the Delhi University.
Justice Prathiba M Singh said she is not happy with the direction of Delhi University (DU) for not finding a way to give digital degrees to the candidates who have graduated. She further added that there is a complete breakdown of organization in the varsity and it mirrors a sorry situation.
21 doctors have filed a case in the Delhi high court who completed MBBS graduation in 2018 and 2019 from Maulana Azad Medical College, Lady Hardinge Medical College, and University College of Medical Sciences, which belong to DU only, they have not got their degree certificates till date.
The court said that regardless of giving adequate chance to the varsity, it has not made appropriate strides and there is by all accounts a total psychological barrier in the issuance of digital degrees.
It observed that acquiring a degree certificate, a reason for festivity has transformed into a bad dream for specialists, regardless of being occupied in treating COVID-19 patients.
In order to work on the issue of digital documents, Justice Singh makes a committee of three officials- a senior officer from DigiLocker (an initiative by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology), an officer from Delhi High Court IT department, and Joint Director of DU Computer Centre Sanjeev Singh.
The court coordinated that the authorities will meet in the DU office of Singh on Wednesday and acquire an example degree authentication of one of the applicants and it ought to be carefully marked.
The court further added that a sample of the certificate should also be shown on August 7, the next hearing date, and also guide the officials to files status reports.
DigiLocker is an activity under Digital India, where the administration planned for changing India into a digitally enabled society. It gives residents a shareable private space on an open cloud and makes all archives or endorsements accessible on the cloud.
The Court added that Delhi University on August 3 has registered on DigiLocker itself. The office is given under the National Academic Depository (NAD), which is an advanced database of scholarly honors given by the Central government.
SRM Joint Engineering Entrance Exam Cancelled; Admission Based On Class 12 Marks
In the view of challenges presented by COVID-19, and carrying into account the security concerns of students and parents. The SRM Institute of Science and Technology, or SRMIST, has canceled the SRM Joint Engineering Entrance Examination (SRMJEEE) for the 2020-21 academic session. The SRMJEEE is performed for the acknowledgment of the institute’s BTech courses. SRMJEEE 2020 was planned to be held in 127 Indian cities and five overseas encompassing Dubai, Doha, Muscat, Bahrain, and Kuwait.
In a statement from the university, The BTech admissions in SRM University, this year, will be based on +2 / Pre-University / Equivalent grades in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics/Biology. The Joint Entrance Examination, or JEE Main, and Scholastic Assessment Test, or SAT, marks will also be analyzed for admission to BTech admission in SRM University.
on identical lines in view of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT) has also canceled its engineering entrance examination, or VITEEE 2020, The admission to the engineering programs in the four campuses of VIT, this year, will be on the rationale of Class 12 or pre-university examination marks.
The structures for giving the Class 12, pre-college or proportional stamps and scores of JEE (Main) and SAT, according to the college proclamation, are accessible on the college site – www.srmist.edu.in. Applicants previously enlisted for SRMJEEE 2020 can refresh and finish their application structures. While understudies whose Class 12 board results are anticipated can transfer as and when the outcomes are announced.
SRM University, AP – Andhra Pradesh; SRM University Haryana, Sonepat; and SRM University Sikkim, The fresh admission process will apply to all campuses of SRMIST- the leading campus at Kattankulathur, Ramapuram, Vadapalani, and NCR New Delhi.
The college proclamation further includes that the SRMIST will keep on granting a wide range of scholarships for meriting applicants including the ones who scored high in JEE Main and SAT assessments, on joining. Nonetheless, the SRMJEEE rank-based grants won’t be accessible.
The classes for the new-cluster is planned to begin from September 2020.