Ahead of the net open e-book exams (OBE) for all undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, Delhi University on Monday issued tips, asking college students to not use unfair means and to make sure that they’ve documentary proof in case there’s a delay in importing reply sheets.
According to the rules, college students are alleged to submit their scripts on the OBE portal solely.
“All the students are advised not to use any unfair means while writing the exam. They must be very careful in writing exams, a system is in place to detect copying/use of unfair means in the examination,” the rules said.
During the OBE in June, over 350 college students had been caught utilizing unfair means and consequently, their paper or whole semester was cancelled, they mentioned.
“If submission (of scripts) on the portal gets delayed beyond one hour, students can use an additional one hour to upload the scripts on the OBE portal (that is the 5th hour), but in that case students have to keep the documentary evidences (4-5 snapshots of the delay in uploading),” they mentioned.
In different phrases, college students may have three hours for writing solutions plus one hour for downloading the query paper and importing scripts and one hour for delayed submission.
The tips said that outcomes of reply scripts submitted by e mail could get delayed because of the verification course of, as had occurred through the OBE in December, March and June.
“Partially submitted answers by email would not be accepted. Submission by both email and on the portal will not be accepted,” they mentioned.
DU will maintain third, fifth and seventh semester examinations for all its undergraduate and postgraduate programmes from Tuesday.