New Delhi / Team Digital. The Delhi High Court has ordered Delhi University Final Year Examination to be conducted on offline mode. That is, now these exams will be given by copy and pen. However, the university has objected to this decision of the court.
The university says that there is very little time left for conducting the exam, while online open book examinations are already going on, due to which a lot of work and pressure remains.
DU Final Year Exams 2020: Delhi High Court directs DU, conduct final year exam from 14 September
It is to be known that this decision has come at a time when the Supreme Court had asked to re-open the college for the final year exam.
While delivering its verdict, the court said that the university will have to make complete preparations as soon as possible. The court said that the online examinations are ending on 31 August, so offline examinations will have to start on 8 September to complete the process faster.
But on this decision, the lawyer Sachin Dutta, who was involved on behalf of Delhi University, went to conduct the examinations on September 8, the time is very short, after which this date was extended to 14 September. Also, the court asked the lawyer to file affidavit regarding the final date.
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