Demand for post-final year / semester exams of DU’s School of Open Learning (SOL) and Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) has been demanded by Aam Aadmi Party’s Students Wing CYSS and the party’s Delhi Teachers Association (DTA).
At the same time, some of the teachers of DU have demanded the postponement of all the examinations of regular, SOL, NCWeb.
Letters have been written to the Vice Chancellor and Dean Examination regarding this. The administration says that from May 15, DU, Open Book Exam of NCWeb will be through online mode. But those who do not have online facilities, they will have to come to college and give exams.
CYSS has also sought to extend the last date of filling the examination form to the acting VC and Dean of DU from April 30 to May 10 and postpone the exam for one month. CYSS Delhi Pradesh President Chandramani Dev says that due to the increasing impact of the epidemic, there is panic and tension among the students. There is no vaccination of students yet.
At the same time, calls are coming from students outside Delhi that the examination form is not being filled due to their result not being updated. Many students have not even been able to deposit their fees.
Many teachers of DU have written to the acting VC that due to being covid positive, many teachers are not even in a position to set the paper. At the same time, students who will come to college and do exams, they are also at risk of getting infected.
In a letter to Academic Council member Ratnesh Ranjan Saxena, former AC member Pankaj Garg said that many fellow Covid positives, many have lost a member of their family, so wait for the exam to improve.
Demand from the Ministry, cancel the exam, promote: The Union Minister for Education asked the Revolutionary Youth Organization (KYS) to cancel the examinations coming to the universities across the country and promote the students.
The organization also submitted a memorandum to the Union Minister of Education on Wednesday. The organization says that many students and teachers themselves are ill or taking care of patients in the family, in which case it would be inappropriate to expect them to sit for the examination.