The exams will take place from November 30 in two sessions of one day of three hours each. The evaluation of the theses of the UG and PG programs must be based on written assignments.
The University of Delhi (DU) has announced that it will hold its third, fifth and seventh semester exams for its undergraduate and graduate programs online and in open book form. The exams are scheduled to begin on November 30, 2021.
According to the university’s notice, the exams for students enrolled in the School of Open Learning (SOL) and the Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) also They will begin from November 30, 2021. The exams are carried out in two sessions per day, each one lasting three hours.
The end date sheet for the exam will be posted during the first week of November 2021. Candidates taking the exams can write from their home, college, department or university online, as per their choice, during the exam to form. The university must complete an internal, hands-on, live, project, oral (mock court), learning, practical, and fieldwork assessment by December 14, 2021 for the 2021-2022 academic session.
According to the university, universities are required to do internal work in lieu of the three existing components that included classroom tests, directed tests and participation in the internal evaluation of candidates. Teachers must deliver homework to students in the prescribed format by email or Google Class.
Students must send the solved assignment by email according to the deadline given by the university. For practice tests, teachers must also give students homework, and students must complete assigned homework and email it within the allotted time.
The Viva voce and Moot courts can be arranged, where appropriate, via Skype or other online education applications. Students should be allowed to do internships that can be done virtually or at home. Applicants can participate as interns in ongoing projects and the internship start date may be delayed. The duration of the course can be shortened by going to clubs with missions.
The evaluation of the theses of the UG and PG programs must be carried out on the basis of a written work. Depending on the university, appropriate measures must be adopted to facilitate the presentation of projects or thesis by UG and PG students. Data-based subprojects or software-based projects must be accepted by the university in lieu of laboratory experiments or field work and surveys.