New Delhi: After more than 39,000 students of the School of Open Learning and some of the regular college students missed the December 5 deadline to fill out their exam forms, Delhi University has opened a window for them. However, despite the objections of some students, it will conduct tests from this Saturday.

SOL 1,41,298 students are eligible to appear for the combined online open-book exam from December 12. However, during Sunday’s inspection, it was revealed that more than 39,000 students had not submitted their forms. “About 10-20% of students don’t fill out forms every year, but this year we sent out many reminders via email,” SOL Official Principal US Pandey said.

DU Dean of Examinations D.S. Rawat told TOI that the university has “extended the form filling dates for a few more days”, but will conduct exams from December 12. “Students need to be a little more serious about sending time and information to multiple reminders,” he said.

Rawat said most students mailed to the university because they could not meet deadlines. “They all checked their emails or claimed to have forgotten the due date. Even some ordinary college students have missed it and cannot be in a situation where the university cannot offer their exams. ”

At Keshav Maha Vidyalaya, Principal Madhu Pruti said that one student missed the deadline due to health problems. “We personally reach out to students and keep them informed of developments,” he said.


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