DU Exams 2022 begins for ERs in offline mode, check details

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Updated on May 9, 2022 18:29 IST

The Dean of examination, DU, D S Rawat while speaking about the same, informed that exams were smoothly conducted for all those who could not pass the exams in one or more subjects in all colleges.

DU Exams 2022 begins for ERs in offline mode, check details

DU Exams 2022 begins for ERs in offline mode, check details

DU Exams 2022: Delhi University today resumed the offline exams after a gap of more than two years for the students with Essential Repeats (ERs). The Dean of examination, DU, D S Rawat while speaking about the same, informed that exams were smoothly conducted for all those who could not pass the exams in one or more subjects in all colleges.

Though the examinations for the most of the courses will start from May 11, the Delhi University began the exams for ER students today.

“The examination has begun today. These are exams for students who have ERs. We have held physical examinations after a gap of two years. So, all the arrangements were done carefully. The exams were conducted smoothly,” Rawat said, as reported by the Print.

The university has also decided to give students an additional time of 30 minutes and an extra question to ease any pressure, Rawat said. “We are fully aware that students are nervous and stressed to take the examination after a long period of time. All help is being provided to them. Students have been given 30 minutes additional and one question extra as a choice to reduce some pressure,” he said.

He further stated that the varsity is all set to conduct the examinations for the second and third-year students.  Students who test positive for Covid or have to undergo quarantine during exams will be asked to take exams at later dates, he said.

“We are fully prepared. From May 11, exams will be held for the majority of courses. In the physical mode of examination, we have to make the arrangement for question papers and answer sheets as they have to be delivered in time to reach colleges. That is the first requirement. All Covid protocols are being followed,” Rawat said.

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