Source: Times of India


NEW DELHI: On Tuesday, the Delhi High Court directed the University of Delhi to speed up the result of last year’s undergraduate students. For those who have obtained admission in foreign universities for higher education.

In addition, DU was asked to create an email ID, on which understudies could send their requests to those who have received provisional admission along with the details of the university.

A request letter can then be sent directly to the respective foreign edition, which assures that the result of the students concerned will be communicated as soon as possible.

The order by a division bench of Justices Hema Kohli and Subramonium Prasad came after the DU informed that the single judge had passed an order on 7 July, ordering an order relating to the results of the students who appeared in foreign courses in PG courses Were getting admission.

The single judge had stated, Understudies can send an email to the dean (examinations) at notifying them of the said admissions, in this case, to speed up the result of such courses Attempts will be made.

The Division Bench directed varsity to follow the order. The High Court said, In the affidavit filed by DU, it will indicate the cut-off date, which will result in all final year courses.


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