Due to the Kovid-19 epidemic in Delhi University (DU), the examination was conducted in a direct manner on Monday after two years. This exam was conducted for compartment (not securing passing marks in any subject) students.
Due to the Kovid-19 epidemic in Delhi University (DU), the examination was conducted in a direct manner on Monday after two years. This exam was conducted for compartment (not securing passing marks in any subject) students. DU’s examination dean DS Rawat said that the examination conducted in all colleges for those students was conducted in a ‘smooth’ manner, whose compartment had come. However, for most of the courses of the university, the examinations will start from May 11 and the compartmental students had their exams on Monday.
Rawat said, “Exams have started from today. These exams were for those students whose compartment came. We have conducted ‘offline’ exams after a gap of two years. So, all the preparations were done carefully. Due to the pandemic, DU had to conduct ‘Open Book Examination’ (OBE) as the colleges were closed. However, only a few students turned up for the exam held on Monday.
Smriti Kaur, principal of Shri Ram College of Commerce, said that only five students appeared for the compartment examination, while in Miranda House College, two students appeared for the examination. Bijay Lakshmi Nanda, principal of Miranda House College, said that 45 girl students have to sit in the examination to be held on Tuesday.
Nanda said, “Today and tomorrow we are conducting compartment exams. Second and third year girl students will have their exams from Wednesday.” At the same time, Rawat said that the university has decided to give 30 minutes extra time to the students and one additional question as an option to reduce the pressure on them. He also said that DU is fully prepared to conduct examinations for the second and third year students.
According to Rawat, students who will be infected with Kovid or who will have to live in isolation during the examination, they can take the exam at a later date. He said, “We are fully prepared. The examinations of most courses will be held from May 11. We have to arrange question paper and answer sheet so that they reach the college on time. Together all the protocols of Kovid are being followed.
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