DU open book exam news: DU Open Book Exam Phase II: Colleges to send seating plans to students in advance

NEW DELHI: Delhi University has issued guidelines to its colleges for holding the second phase of open book exams, which will start from September 14. The colleges have been told to adhere to strict social distancing norms and maintain a standard of hygiene as per government guidelines.

The colleges will also mandatorily ask students to fill a self-declaration form before allowing them entry to the exam centres. Staff members at the centres have been told to wear masks, carry thermo guns and ensure a gap between students’ seats during the exam.

“The college or department will have to manually take attendance from students with a signature, unique paper code of the paper, date and session of the exam; all while maintaining distance,” the varsity stated.

DU has also asked the colleges to send seating arrangements or plans to the students beforehand on their email IDs or WhatsApp numbers. Advisory notices about social distancing are to be displayed all around the campus.

For students, it is important to fill the mandatory self-declaration form, bring their own answer sheets and reach the exam centre on time. Students will also have to maintain social distancing and wear masks at all times.

The second phase of OBE will be held in a blended online/offline mode for those final-year students of UG/PG courses (regular and ex-students), including SOL and NCWEB, who either did not appear, or failed to submit their answer scripts in the first phase of the examination.

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