DU Exams 2020 : 5-Hours For OBE For The Differently Abled

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Despite opposition from students, professors, and various stakeholders- the HRD ministry has given the nod for the online examination because of the current pandemic situation. According to the latest reports, on 4th June 2020, the University of Delhi announced that the total duration of the open book examination for differently-abled students would be for 5 hours. Specific guidelines have been given to all the colleges and departments.

If the students are taking exams in the Common Service Centres (CSC) under the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, they can bring their scribes. Moreover, social distancing needs to be followed by all the Persons with disabilities (PWD) who feel the need to avail the information and communication technology (ICT) infrastructure for downloading question papers and uploading answer sheets.

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Apoorva Iyer
Apoorva Iyer is a student of B.A Political Science (Hons.) at Deshbandhu College, Delhi University.

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