DU Exams 2020: Delhi High Court Shifts Next Hearing To July 09

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University of Delhi: In a series of fresh developments against the Open Book Examinations (OBE), the university presented its case of being unable to inform the Court about the postponement of the OBE and thereby, asked the Court to not initiate contempt proceedings against it.

The university also mentioned that the students who cannot appear for the OBE, including the PwD students, could appear for the conventional examinations in September, subject to conditions normalizing. The students who fail to upload their answer scripts on the website can also appear for the examinations in September.

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The university also maintained its stance on granting provisional admissions to the students to post-graduation courses if they are unable to appear for the OBE. The students, in turn, should meet the eligibility criteria when the graduation results are out and they appear for the entrance examinations.

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The next hearing date has been scheduled for July 09.

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