Remote Examination For Final Years

The new exam notification (13.May.2020) by Delhi University states that there will be some procedures followed to mark the even semesters. There will be-conducting of internal assessment, Practical, Viva-Voce, Projects, Oral (Moot courts), Apprenticeship, Internship, Field Work which is required for completion before the conduct of End Term Theory Examinations.

Remote examination for final years

Internal assessment- Instead of the three existing components of Internal Assessment, viz., Class Tests, Tutorial Test, and Attendance, only one component i.e. internal assignments will be carried out for the current semester.

Outcome: The teacher should give the assignment to the students in a prescribed format via e-mail. The student should submit the solved assignment to the teacher via e-mail at a defined time. Attendance component in IA shall be considered full for the lockdown period and benefit should be granted to all students while calculating IA for each paper as per the distribution of marks.

Examination of Practical Courses-For Laboratory paper, the teacher should give the assignment based on Experiments already performed through email to the students.

Outcome: The student should submit the solved assignment to the teacher via email in a stipulated time period.

Practical and Viva-voce, Oral (Moot courts) Examination– For final year students it is mandatory to give all such practical and viva voce as part of the requirements of the completion of degrees for final semester /Term/Year students should be conducted through Skype or other meeting apps.

Internship: Students shall be allowed to take up online internship/ activities including activities that can be carried out digitally or otherwise from home.

Evaluation of Dissertations of UG/PG programs is to be conducted by written assignments based on the work carried out by the students before the lockdown (i.e. March 20, 2020).

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