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The registrar also stated that the professor has indirectly threatened the university administration that if they go ahead with online open book examination, some students may commit suicide
The decision was criticised previously by a lot of teacher and student organisations. The DUSU, however, welcomed the university's stand
Will not interfere: Delhi HC tells DU admin, UGC, Centre on petition by diff-abled students regarding open book exams
A bench of Justices Rajiv Sahai Endlaw and Asha Menon gave the varsity, University Grants Commission (UGC) and the Centre time till June 11 to work out a solution
Why can't final year students be graded on past performance? DU Physics teachers ask to scrap OBE plans
The teachers also stated that they have received no institutional help whatsoever from the university when it came to online learning
Teachers' and students' organisations across the country had opposed the university's move to conduct online examinations
Only around 17 per cent of the students have devices larger than a smartphone and the majority of them do not have laptops to access online resources or sit for the exams, found the study
Whopping 73% of DU's SRCC students don't have access to study materials ahead of open-book online exam
Owing to the COVID-19 pandemic and the lockdown, the University of Delhi had decided to conduct online open-book examinations for its students
Under the 'Open-Book' mode of examination, the student will be able to refer books, notes and other study materials to answer the questions
If reference material is allowed into exam halls, can Google, accessible through handy laptops, smartphones and tablets, be far behind?
Dr Sandeep Sancheti believes that, "We have the best talent and we have the vigour, but what we don't have is the exposure."
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