DU Exams 2022: Delhi University to give one more chance to dropout students, guidelines issued

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Anupama Mehra
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Updated on Apr 29, 2022 11:21 IST

This one-time chance has been given to drop-out students in view of the Delhi University's year-long centenary celebrations starting May 1.

DU Exams 2022: Delhi University to give one more chance to dropout students, guidelines issued

DU Exams 2022: Delhi University to give one more chance to dropout students, guidelines issued

DU Exams 2022: Delhi University has released the guidelines for the centenary chance exam for drop-out students. The university has stated that eligible candidates can appear for a maximum of four papers in the annual mode and up to eight papers for semester-wise tests. This one-time chance has been given to drop-out students in view of the Delhi University's year-long centenary celebrations starting May 1.

All the candidates who are interested must note that the registration process will begin on May 1. The examination fee for the same will be INR 2,000 per paper. In March, the Delhi University announced that students who have dropped out will be given a "centenary chance" to complete their studies and get their degrees. On January 28, the proposal for the same was approved by the special Executive Council. The council had met to discuss the centenary celebrations of the university.

The guidelines issued by Registrar Vikas Gupta stated “The undergraduate and postgraduate students who have completed their course work and statutory requirement prescribed for completion of the course and have Essential Repeat (ER)/failed as per the final year marksheet (ER can be in any semester/year), shall be considered for this centenary chance, subject to permissibility of their regulatory body governing the respective professional courses."

However, MPhil and PhD students, who could not complete their degrees, will not be considered for this chance, the guidelines stated. The eligible candidates can appear for a maximum of four papers for the annual mode of exam and up to eight papers for the semester scheme.

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