The University of Delhi has decided to postpone the final year examinations in view of the growing cases of Kovid-19. Significantly, the final year and final semester examinations were to start from May 15, but now from June 1 & nbsp; The examinations will start and they will be in online mode. Exam & nbsp; Will be held in open book format.
Dean of Examination DU DS Rawat gave information
Dean of Examination & nbsp; DU DS Rawat gave more information that, & rdquo; & nbsp; & nbsp; We had a meeting on Saturday with the heads and deans of all departments. The meeting was chaired by the Vice Chancellor. During this meeting, it was decided to postpone the examinations till June 1. & Rdquo;
& nbsp; Rawat said that the intermediate & nbsp; semester examination would be decided later. However, teachers and students are demanding to postpone and even cancel the exam. The Delhi University Teachers Association, on the other hand, wrote a letter to the acting Vice Chancellor Professor PC Joshi on the issue.
Delhi University Teachers Association wrote a letter to the Acting Vice Chancellor
On 30 April In a letter written & nbsp; & nbsp; it was said & nbsp; that, & nbsp; & ldquo; & nbsp; the university should take a sensitive view of the situation. No one is in a position to write or conduct the exam at this time. Therefore, & nbsp; we request you to consider canceling the examinations for all students and decide on alternative means to evaluate the students. & Nbsp; The deadline for submission of internal assessment & nbsp; should be extended."