Delhi University new guidelines for OBE (Open Book Examination)

Recently, Delhi University held a meeting regarding the OBE (open book examination) for the final year/semester/term examination. This meeting was held to discuss the preparation for the same and start setting the question papers. The examination branch has already started working on the question paper for all the UG (under-graduation) and PG (post-graduation) courses, mainly for final year students. The pattern for question paper will be going to be different as it is going to be an OBE but maximum marks for all the subjects will remain the same.

Ex-students are also allowed to appear in improvement exams for which Unique Paper Code should be mentioned for semesters 2,4 and 6.

Department will prepare three sets of question papers based on the annual examination scheme for SOL and NCWEB students following the same guidelines.

The letter focuses on easy communication with low internet speed requirements. They also asked the department to take care of Pwd students while preparing the question paper.

It is asked to check all the letters and notifications which have been posted on Delhi University’s official website.

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