DU Open Book Mock Test: Students irked with technical glitches, incorrect question papers on Day-1
Network problems, incorrect question papers and difficulty in logging in - these were some of the issues that Delhi University students faced on the first day of a mock online exam.
The Delhi College Lecturers' Affiliation (DUTA) said that its members had been overwhelmed with panic mail from college students.
When several college students tried to access the site, they received messages like an incorrect email ID, even though it was the same ID used in the kind they messed up and got contact from the college earlier, the DUTA said.
"As a B.Com (H) student, why does the mock take a look at asking me questions about various programs? "The students tweeted.
DU professor Abha Dev Habib also tweeted, "Mock OBE, Day 1: Nonstop panic messages from college students, DUTA email account is full (and so are Dean and VC e-mail accounts). Scholar just reported: the website has crashed!
@DrRPNishank @ugc_india You share the responsibility for the mess! #DUagainstOnlineExams #ScrapOBE.” The mock exams will continue till July 8, 2020 while the online open book exams will commence from July 10, 2020. Students and teachers have been opposed to online open-book exams.
Calls and messages to Dean (Examinations) Vinay Gupta remained unanswered.