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Faulty DU results of online exams: Final year students anxious for their future

DU results online exams

Faulty DU results of online exams: Final year students anxious for their future. Several final year undergraduate students at Delhi University have alleged that either they were marked absent or they were given zero entries in the online open-book exams. They said that this will affect their future.

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Online open book examination has been controversial:

The varsity decided to conduct an open book examination as a one time measure given the ongoing covid pandemic. However, the online open book examination has become severely controversial. Many students and faculty members have opposed the same. 

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Faulty DU results of online exams: Final year students anxious for their future

Several final year undergraduates have received their results. Some of them have either received a zero or marked absent. This has landed the open book exams into a fresh round of opposition.

Students’ Complaints to be resolved within three days:

University officials have said that they will resolve the complaints of students within three days of the date complaints have been filed. 

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Yogendra Jaiswal is a student of Rajdhani college pursuing BCom. He said that he was given a zero in two subjects which were not possible.

He added, “How can one get a zero in the open book format where we were allowed to use books? I have already taken admission in an MBA programme in a private institute in Pune and my family also took a bank loan of ₹16 lakh for my higher education. I have to submit my final-year mark sheets by November 10. They won’t allow me to join with this result.”

Students requested for re-evaluation:

On Tuesday, Jaiswal visited his college and he submitted a request for re-evaluation. He is unaware of how much time the University will take to declare the results, is extremely worried for his future as he says.

 

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