A notification has been withdrawn to award Ph.D. students at the convocation of Delhi University. DU’s examination department says that if the result of the student’s Ph.D. also comes at 5 pm on 26 February, he will get the degree in the convocation to be held on 27 February.
Invitations have also been sent to students to attend the convocation via mail. Such students will be called in the final phase. It will be compulsory for students to follow the guidelines issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs. Admission will be given to Ph.D. students, who receive medals and honors after 9 am and 12 noon.
DU’s 97th convocation will take place on Saturday. Students with degrees and medals will not receive admission for their parents and guests due to the Corona crisis. Students will also have to keep Arogya Setu on their mobile.
DU has also invited approximately 6,31 Ph.D. holders. Earlier only 156 medal holders and 36 awardees were invited. In this way, about 8,50 people who have received degrees and medals have been invited to the convocation. Her parents have not been invited.
There will also be a live broadcast of this convocation. At the venue, it has been asked to follow all the rules including social distinctions which are directed by the government. In this convocation, degrees will be awarded to 59,920 regular students of undergraduate and postgraduate and 1,18,792 students of the School of Open Learning.
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