The Delhi High Court has directed Delhi University to file a fresh affidavit giving the updated status of the evaluation of answer sheets of the final year undergraduate students. The court also wants to know the status of integration of emails, as well as on the proposed date for declaration of results.
The University Grants Commission has directed that final exams should be held, with Covid-19 precautions observed and in a possible hybrid form. Proceedings in the Supreme Court on the issue are examining the likely options which affect the future of all students
The Delhi High Court today (July 9) cut to the chase and directed that the DU must be clear and candid with the students and give clear timelines. “Have some empathy for the students,” the court commented.
Aastha Khanna, a law student of Delhi University has written a scathing letter to the Chief Justice of the Delhi High Court, Justice DN Patel, urging the court to safeguard the rights of the students in view of the government’s order to conduct final year examinations of students in universities.