The Delhi High Court was informed on Wednesday that the University of Delhi declared the results of all regular postgraduate and undergraduate courses held through the open book examination (OBE).
The observations were made by the university before a bench of Justices Hima Kohli and Subramonium Prasad in response to the court’s motion in a motion alleging that there had been a violation of the court’s earlier order when DU committed to report all results before October 31.
Lawyer Mohinder Rupal, representing DU, said that the results of all regular postgraduate and undergraduate courses, taught by the OBE, have been reported.
He said that this also includes the results of the final year of the LLB and that the grade sheets will be available on the university’s website within two days.
The petitioner, represented by attorney HS Hora, said in the petition that DU violated the October 12 order that, under the university itself, it undertook to adhere to the reporting schedule. PG and UG course results and the last results had to be declared before October 31st.
The board prayed that the final year LLB score sheets would be available.
On October 12, the High Court also ordered the university to upload the grade sheets to its website and that no students should be invited to physically come to collect them.
The High Court had previously asked the DU and its examiners to speed up the assessment process for the online open book exam (OBE) and report student results preferably before the first week of October.