The Delhi High Court was informed on Wednesday that the University of Delhi has declared the results of all regular graduate and undergraduate courses taken through Open Book Examination (OBE).
Submissions were made by the university before a court of judges Hima Kohli and Subramonium Prasad in response to the court’s inquiry on a request alleging there was a violation of the court’s previous order when DU had agreed to declare all the results before October 31st.
Attorney Mohinder Rupal, representing DU, said that the results of all regular graduate and undergraduate courses, conducted through OBE, have been declared.
He said that this also includes LLB final year results and that the grade sheets will be available on the varsity website within two days.
The petitioner, represented through attorney HS Hora, had stated in the lawsuit that DU violated the order of October 12 where, under the university team itself, it had promised to adhere to the schedule for the declaration of results of the PG and UG courses. and the latest results were to be declared before October 31st.
The attorney prayed to have score sheets of LLB final year results available.
On October 12, the superior court also ordered the varsity team to upload the grade sheets to its website and that no student should be asked to physically come and pick them up.
The request was presented in a resolved matter in which the law student Prateek Sharma and the National Federation of the Blind presented two allegations that seek to establish effective mechanisms for students with visual disabilities and with special abilities so that educational instructions can be transmitted to them. materials are provided in an appropriate and didactic way through the online teaching mode during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The superior court had previously asked the DU and its examiners to expedite the online open book exam (OBE) evaluation process and to declare student results preferably before the first week of October.