New Delhi: The Delhi High Court was informed on Wednesday that the University of Delhi has announced the results of all postgraduate and undergraduate regular courses conducted by Open Book Examination (OBE). The submissions were filed before justices Hima Kohli and Subramaniam Prasad in response to a court query in a petition alleging that the DU had violated a previous order when the DU took over to announce all the results by October 31.

The results of all the regular postgraduate and undergraduate courses conducted by OBE have been announced, said Mohinder Roopal, an attorney representing DU.

It also includes the LLB final year results and the marksheets will be made available on the Varsity website in two days, he said.

The petitioners, represented by lawyer HS Hora, said the DU had violated the October 12 order by the varsity itself to adhere to the timeline for announcing the PG and UG courses, and the final results should be announced by October 31.

Advocates prayed for LLB final year results marksheets to be made available.

On October 12, the High Court directed the Varsity to upload the marksheets on its website and no student should be asked to come physically to collect them.

Law student Prateek Sharma and the National Federation of Blind have filed two requests to establish effective procedures for students with visual impairment so that they can properly transmit and instruct the educational materials provided by the online teaching method during the COVID-19 epidemic.

The High Court had earlier instructed the DU and its examiners to expedite the evaluation process of Online Open Book Examination (OBE) and announce the students’ results within the first week of October.


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