DU Marksheet release is the utmost demand of graduated students. Delhi University has told the Delhi High Court that it was not apparent for it to lay down a mechanism for the allocation of online transcripts and marksheets for regular pupils.
The authority put out the statement after Court inquired DU to design ways for the requirement of physical petitions for the release of transcripts/marksheets and develop an online tool.
DU has however decided to devise a mechanism to address the important requests made by pupils who are striving admission to foreign universities or employment. Due to this, the DU marksheet will release on time for urgent needs.
Justice Prathiba M Singh was hearing pleas by former DU students seeking the release of degrees on an immediate basis.
Pursuant to the orders upheld by the Court, a facility to provide digital degree certificates to students who graduated after 2017 was arranged by DU.
However, insofar as online degree certificates for students who graduated prior to 2017 was concerned, DU expressed difficulty in creating an online mechanism as printed degrees had already been sent to the respective Colleges.
The court was notified that an order for printing of 14,000 degrees for students who graduated in 2017 had also been placed.
The Court has now proposed DU to file an affidavit stating the particular deadlines/dates for the of paper degrees for students who graduated prior to 2017 and after 2017, encompassing 2020.
A tentative timeline for communication of the data i.e. degrees and marksheets to Digilocker has also been pursued.
Adviser Sarthak Maggon appeared for the former DU students. DU was represented by lawyers Mohinder Rupal, Hardik Rupal