DU Open Book Examination 2020: Delhi HC Orders to Provide Course Wise Details of OBE Result

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Aarushi Kalra

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Delhi High Court has ordered the Delhi University (DU) to provide course wise details for the DU Open Book Examination (OBE) conducted in August 2020.

Delhi University (DU) has declared the results of the DU Open Book Examination recently and Delhi HC ordered to release the course wise details while releasing the results for the remaining courses.

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Justice Prathiba M Singh stated, "Delhi University shall file an affidavit within five days stating which are the courses whose results are declared and which are the courses whose results are not declared. Also mention when the remaining results would be declared."

Students were sharing their grievance that the final year exams were conducted in August 2020 but the results were not yet declared for a few courses. 

The high court heard various grievances of students' stating that they were not able to join for higher studies because of that.

Some of the students also complained that Delhi University has marked them absent even though they appeared for the DU examination. The Delhi HC also asked to look into this issue and file an affidavit before November 25, 2020.

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Professor D S Rawat, Dean of Examination was directed to join the video conferencing for further hearing on November 26.

Earlier, the high court has ordered the Delhi University to declare the results of post graduate examinations by October 31, 2020, and to upload mark sheets on the official website.

Various deadlines were also provided to declare DU Open Book Examination results for undergraduate courses from October 20 to October 31, 2020.

As directed earlier, Delhi University did not file any affidavit which is non-compliance by the university. It is shocking as it is happening all the time, stated a Judge.

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