It also said that final-year students who would not be able to give open book exams (OBE) due to the Covid situation, should be given another chance and the test should be held in two phases, according to a statement.
Four members of the varsity’s Academic Council (AC) claimed that the supernumerary seats will be like management quota as the power to select candidates has been left with principals and the university.
Abha Dev Habib, treasurer of the Delhi University Teachers’ Association, said they received mails throughout the day from students who faced difficulties.
The high court issued notice to the owner of CSE Academy to appear before it on July 27 and inform about the preparedness of centers for both mock tests and main exams.
In its affidavit filed before the court, the Delhi University has stated that the examinations would begin on August 17 and conclude on September 8.
The Delhi University Teachers’ Association (DUTA) said teachers will not fill the form as it feels that the feedback could be used to draw a conclusion in favour of online exams.
The DU administration, however, has assured the students that it would work on their concerns, but maintained that online submission of forms was the only way out given the present circumstances.
DU teachers have donated their one day salary to the Prime Minister’s Cares Fund which is about four crores rupees.
During the period, the internal assessment/house examination will remain suspended and would be taken up only after March 31.