Delhi College has recorded a powerful 98.3% attendance on the primary day of the offline examination after a spot of two years regardless of protests by some college students. The offline exams began on Wednesday for second and third 12 months undergraduate college students after two years as a result of Covid pandemic.
Near 67,948 college students appeared in several papers within the college that have been performed in two classes. Whereas within the morning 97.5% of 44,311 registered college students appeared within the examination, within the night, 99.8% of the registered 23,684 sat for his or her exams.
“I’d say it’s higher than earlier years. This has come regardless of inertia amongst college students in opposition to the bodily mode of examination. There have been some protests as nicely,” D S Rawat, the college’s dean of examinations, was quoted as saying by PTI.
He added that college students who missed the examination as a result of Covid virus or are pressured to remain in quarantine with somebody near them examined optimistic will get one other likelihood to look for thr examination in August 2022.
“(Such college students) might be requested to supply medical certificates and they are going to be given one other likelihood in August to take the exams,” he advised the company.
With college students showing in on-line exams after two years, the college this 12 months has given half-hour additional time to them to complete their exams.
Earlier, a number of college students have been requesting offline exams. Various them additionally reached Delhi Excessive Courtroom requesting open-book mode as a result of Covid pandemic. Nonetheless, the court docket refused to intervene with the college’s resolution.