Delhi University has written to messaging app Telegram to shut down a group formed for allegedly helping university students during online open book exams. Let us inform that the online open book examination of the last semester has started in DU from Monday.
35,000 students of undergraduate and postgraduate took the exam on the first day. Due to corona infection epidemic, the exam is being conducted in OBE mode.
Students advised not to subscribe to the group
The University has said in an email sent to the students that, “It has come to the notice of the Examination Branch that a WhatsApp/Telegram group has been formed to seek help for the examination. Students are advised not to subscribe to any such group. We have identified those students and action will be taken in such cases as per the rules of the university.”
DU got information about the group through an anonymous email
Dean (Exams) DS Rawat said the university has received an email from an undisclosed source regarding the group. He said, “We have identified 112-113 students who were part of this group. We have taken the details of the group and have also written to Telegram to shut down such groups. It will be ascertained whether the group members are actually DU students.
Let us inform that last year for the first time due to covid-19 situation the exam was conducted by the university in OBE mode.
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