Delhi University Students Protest Against Offline Exams Deets Inside

DU Admission 2022: Urging the university to conduct exams in online mode, Delhi University (DU) students reportedly went on a hunger strike and threatened to boycott classes if the authorities did not listen to their demands. Earlier on Monday, the students had also protested against asking the university to conduct the Open Book Examination (OBE). Also Read – Delhi University Students Ask Officials to Conduct Final Year Exams in Online Mode.

For the unversed, the university is conducting the exam in offline mode after a gap of around 2 years. Issuing a notification, the university said that students appearing for these exams in pen and paper mode will get an additional 30 minutes. This provision has been made keeping in mind the new and old system of offline examination to be conducted after a gap of 2 years. Also Read – Delhi University Recruitment 2022: Apply for 23 Posts at garrgicollege.in before 23 April. Here is the direct link

In addition, those who will be unable to write the examination due to ‘reasonable reasons’ will be given an opportunity to appear in the second stage of the examination to be held in the next two months. Also Read – Delhi University Recruitment 2022: Applications invited for 26 non-teaching posts at rsdcollege.ac.in; Here’s how to apply

What are the students asking for?

The students have argued that if most of the syllabus was covered in online mode then they should not be compelled to appear in the offline examination. The students took to social media with the hashtag #HybridModeShouldBeAChoice #OBEForAllSemesters #OnlineExamForAllSemestersofDU to voice their demands.

Check out some of the tweets here:-

DU Admission Policy: CUET Compulsory

Delhi University vice-chancellor Yogesh Singh released the university’s admission policy for the 2022-23 academic year and said that eligibility will be decided on the basis of common university entrance test scores. Till last year, admission to Delhi University was on the basis of cut-off marks in class 12 board exam.

There are three sections in CUET-2022. The first part is divided into two parts and there are 13 languages ​​in the first part and 20 languages ​​in the second part.



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