Amidst the growing demand for cancellation of exams; students to boycott OBE

As Open Book Examination for final year students are set to begin from July 10 and mock tests are being held, several students have considered to boycott their final year exams claiming that they are left with no other options.

Delhi University Students’ Union (DUSU) so far has not released any opinion but suggest that evaluation must be done on the basis of their previous performance and assignments, as been done for the students of intermediate years.

DUSU President Akshit Dahiya on Monday, held a meeting with representatives from various colleges and decided that exams in current times are not feasible. “DU completely failed to hold mock test & online exam will be blunder too. We demand promotion for all DU students,” he tweeted.

Former DUSU President Arun Hood from NSUI in protest, has returned his LLB degree to Dean of Examinations, Vinay Gupta.

Over 80 students from Shri Ram College of Commerce have filled a google form to boycott the exams, accusing the technical glitches they faced during the mock tests.

So far Dean of Examinations Vinay Gupta has not addressed the problems the students faced during the mock tests sessions.

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