The University of Delhi as we speak declared the results of open-book exams for numerous undergraduate and postgraduate programs performed in May and June 2021. Students can test their results on the official web site of the varsity – du.ac.in.
To entry the end result, college students have to enter their faculty identify, roll quantity, date of start. The end result might be out there within the type of a scorecard. The college has declared the results for BA (H) English, BA (H) Bengali, BSc (H) Anthropology, BSc (H) Chemistry, MSc (H) Computer Science, MSc (H) Microbiology amongst others.
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“The students whose result falls under the category of RA (result awaited)/AB (Absent), may contact to the Principal of the concerned college/department/centers within 10 days of declaration of the result,” the varsity said on its official web site.
Meanwhile, DU is prone to start registrations for admission to entrance test-based and postgraduate programs within the third week of July. However, with class 12 board exams cancelled, the varsity remains to be trying ahead to the Central Universities Common Entrance Test (CUCET) for undergraduate admissions.
DU performing Vice-Chancellor PC Joshi informed indianexpress.com, “We are hoping for CUCET to become a reality. The admission process is anyway going to get delayed till September, hence a central entrance exam will only bring uniformity in the admission process as boards have already adopted different marking schemes for class 12 students this year.”