DU OBE Results 2020: On Wednesday, the Delhi High Court directed the University of Delhi to release course-wise details of DU OBE results 2020. The Delhi HC was hearing students’ grievances regarding the DU OBE results 2020 that are to be declared as yet for the exams conducted in August. The students had said that they were unable to join higher studies as the DU OBE results 2020 for their courses have not been declared as yet.
The HC Directive
The University of Delhi has been directed by the High Court to give details of the courses whose results for Open Book Examination (OBE) have been declared. Additionally, the HC has also asked the varsity to inform it the estimated date by which DU OBE 2020 results for the remaining courses will be declared as the exams were conducted way back in August.
The court has ordered the University to file an affidavit within five days stating which are the courses for which the DU OBE 2020 have been declared along with the courses for which the results are to be declared as yet and also include the date by which the remaining results would be declared. The nest hearing for the matter has been scheduled on 26th November 2020 where D S Rawat, Dean of Examination has also been asked to join in via video conferencing.
Several of the students had also complained that although they appeared in the Delhi University Open Book Examinations conducted in August, the varsity has marked them as absent. The HC also ordered the University to look into the matter and file an affidavit before 25th November 2020. The High Court has also ordered the University that it is a matter of non-compliance stating that DU had been ordered to file an affidavit by the HC earlier but it was not seen through.
Earlier the High Court had directed the university to declare the results of all the post-graduate courses by 31st October 2020 and also to upload the marksheets on its website. The HC had also affixed deadlines for declaration of results of various undergraduate courses between 20th to 31st October 2020 providing a buffer of three days from the date fixed.