The open book exams for final year undergraduate and postgraduate regular, School of Open Learning and Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) students started on August 10.
The University of Delhi Delhi (DU) has come up with a clarification saying the open book exam (OBE) is being conducted successfully without any glitches, and that the students are successfully appearing and submitting their answer scripts. OBE for final-year undergraduate and postgraduate regular, School of Open Learning (SOL) and Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) students started on Monday.
The DU press notification said, “In the last four days, students have successfully attempted and submitted their answer scripts on the OBE portal of DU. Some of our students, who at present are in remote/ far-flung areas have submitted their answer scripts via the option of email available to them. Students with special needs have also been given the option to send answer scripts by email. Cumulative data shows that the number of papers attempted by regular, NCWEB students and SOL is 110085 and 154142, respectively, while the answer scripts submitted by regular, NCWEB students and SOL students are 82496 and 108846 respectively on the OBE portal.”
Earlier, the students faced technical glitches on the very first day of the Delhi University’s mock exams, and faced troubles downloading question papers and uploading answer sheets.
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