DU final semester exams: National Students Union of India (NSUI) has written a letter to the Delhi University’s vice-chancellor. They demand to cancel final year examinations because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a letter addressed to acting vice-chancellor PC Joshi, the Congress student wing National Secretary Lokesh Chugh mentioned that it is not possible to conduct DU final semester exams. The nation is facing a double crisis.
Mr. Lokesh said India is encountering a double crisis. On one hand, the nation is battling against the corona pandemic and in that, we are currently additionally battling against the new scourge that is Black Fungus. The circumstance is crumbling and is not in the hands of the government. In such conditions, it isn’t at all legitimized to squeeze students in regards to the exams.
On May 21, the University of Delhi declared that the exams for the final year, end semester students will commence on June 7. DU final semester exams were planned to be held from May 15.
However, because of increasing COVID-19 cases in the national capital, the exams were postponed till June 1. In an official order, the university on Thursday said that it will soon publish the new date sheet.
Mr. Lokesh Chugh stated that as per the data there is not even a single home aside from the Ambani’s Adani’s and Modi Ji who is not a sufferer of this epidemic.
Each family is seriously battling against this deadly disease. It will be unjustified to the students if there will be any notice for final year exams.
NSUI in its letter has requested the vice-chancellor and the government to cancel the final year exams. The letter read that if they don’t do anything then NSUI will be forced to come on the streets and protest for the student.