DU Exams for Final Year students will be held according to latest update from DU.
DU has provided relaxations like delayed submissions and the exams will be held online.
Confidential results will be provided to students opting to study in foreign universities.
A meeting of college principals and nodal officers was held on Sunday to discuss the formalities.
As per the conclusion of the meeting, the exams will be held in OBE format.
Detailed guidelines were sent to all candidates who are to take the exams.
The Dean of Examinations DS Rawat said that it may take results three months to be released.
However, he assured that for courses with less students the results can be declared early.
The exams were supposed to be held starting from 15 May but was postponed to June 1 due to the second wave of COVID.
The university has released a notification declaring that the exams will commence from June 7.
This notifications comes after university students in the country demanded cancellation of exams.
As a result, many universities opted to cancel their exams both offline and online.
— Manav Sharma (@ManavSh00517256) June 7, 2021
Students were all expecting DU to follow suit and cancel exams for Final year students.
We are Also Students. I request @narendramodi
to take decision very soon on university exams. Promote university students. Please be voice of college students. @NarendraBJPRaj#canceluniversityexams pic.twitter.com/SPxQorALgu
— Ankit (@AnkitBhataiya) June 7, 2021
Uttar Pradesh has also cancelled their university exams.
In addition, Odisha, Punjab, Haryana and Madhya Pradesh have cancelled university exams including final-year exams.
Tamil Nadu and Karnataka had cancelled university exams except for final year/ terminal semester students.