Delhi University is yet to release the results of DU OBE held in August and September. The University has not yet declared results for several courses. The DU students are confronting several problems due to delay in declaration of DU OBE results. Students seeking admission to postgraduate degree courses are confronting problems in the declaration of DU Open Book Examination results. As per the reports, the pending DU OBE results will be declared by this weekend or in the coming week.
When will DU OBE Results be declared?
According to the latest update, the University of Delhi is yet to declare DU OBE results for B.A. History, B.A. English. B.A. Hindi, B.A. Political Science, and B.Com (Prog). Dean of Examinations, DS Rawat, stated that the delay in declaration of DU Open Book Exam results is due to fact that the some courses are still left to be evaluated. He added that sorting of answer scripts submitted by the students consumed a lot of time as the students submitted their scripts via email which included the zip files for which they are required to contact the students.
On top of that, the Dean added that certain courses have two evaluators. He further said that a halt occurs in an online evaluation procedure as a second evaluator can access a particular script only when the first evaluator is done with his part. The Dean stated that the leftover DU OBE results will be released by this weekend or by the coming week.
Delayed Revaluation Process
The revaluation process of already declared results is also halted due to delays in the release of DU OBE results. The revaluation cell of the University of Delhi notified DU final year students saying that the revaluation procedure is taking a longer time than usual because of unavoidable circumstances. Students have been instructed by the examination branch to fill in the exam form for the paper they want to be revaluated. Students have been given choices to opt for either the revaluation marks or those obtained in the upcoming December exams.