The Delhi University on Thursday issued guidelines for the “centenary chance” examination for drop-out college students, stating eligible candidates can seem for a most of 4 papers within the annual mode and up to eight papers for semester-wise exams.
The portal for the registration of candidates will open from May 1, the college mentioned.
The drop-out college students have been given this one-time chance in view of the Delhi University’s year-long centenary celebrations beginning May 1.
In March, Vice-Chancellor Yogesh Singh had introduced that DU college students who dropped out can be given a “centenary chance” to full their research and get their levels.
A proposal for this was authorized at a particular Executive Council assembly on January 28 held to focus on the centenary celebrations of the college.
The guidelines issued by Registrar Vikas Gupta state that undergraduate and postgraduate college students and people pursuing skilled programs, who’ve accomplished their course work and statutory requirement prescribed for completion of the course, will probably be thought-about for the centenary chance.
However, M.Phil and PhD college students, who couldn’t full their levels, won’t be thought-about for this chance, the guidelines said.
The eligible candidates can seem for a most of 4 papers for the annual mode of examination and up to eight papers for the semester scheme.
The examination will probably be carried out tentatively throughout October this yr and March subsequent yr by way of bodily mode. It will probably be held for idea and sensible examination, and never for inside evaluation, the college said.
The college knowledgeable that the scholars whereas making use of for “centenary chance” want to present the main points and paperwork as required.
“Failing to present the main points/paperwork, as required, might lead to non-consideration of his/her candidature within the Centenary Chance examination.
“Further, it should entail no proper for the scholars to declare any aid in any discussion board on this rely,” the guidelines said.
The examination payment will probably be Rs 2,000 per paper.
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