OBE: Fair To The Under Priviledged?

In the amid of the Coronavirus lockdown our universities and schools age facing shutdown to avoid the spread of the deadly disease. Our education is getting a setback due to pending courses and examinations of the students.
In these tough times of pandemic, the central University of Delhi, DU has declared the examination of final year students via online Open Book Scheme. The first and second year to be promoted on internal and previous year/semester marks.
The university had to see for some alternative to the conduct of examination but is OBE the appropriate and best alternative mode for final years, which are looking for their masters and career options ahead.
Stable Internet?
Half of the candidates of the university must be lacking the facilities of stable internet connection or wifi, not everybody can afford it easily. Who will be responsible for the candidates appearing for exams if they lose the connection or they get a cut of electricity anytime during the exam?
This examination is purely against the underprivileged section of society or those who cannot get an unlimited data pack; this would be not fair to them.
Unfair Means
What if the people with unlimited data are using unfair means to write in exams, who will keep a check on that?
Who will the responsible for that student, who studied all the year hard to get a fruitful result, and because of this OBE, he gets a failure in the result?
This scheme should not be tested in the final year as they are dependent on their results to get a good university or college for their masters or job.
These unfair means are certainly going to create bias ness in the result of rich and poor. The gaps between the two would be more widened and again the poor will lose, making the upper class win. Education should be purely based on the hard work and dedication of the student, not on the resources they have.

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