The University of Delhi has written to the messaging app Telegram to close a group formed to assist the university students during the online open book exams. Let’s just say that last semester’s online open book exam started Monday at DU.
The first day, 35,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students took the exam. Due to the epidemic of corona infection, testing is being conducted in OBE mode.
Students were advised not to subscribe to the group
In an email sent to students by the university, “The Examination Branch has noticed that a WhatsApp / Telegram group has been created to help with the test. Students are advised not to subscribe to any such group. We have identified those students and in such cases the action will be taken in accordance with the rules of the University. ”
DU received information about the group via an anonymous email
Dean (Examinations) D.S. He said, “We have identified 112-113 students who are part of this group. We took the details of the group and wrote to the Telegram to close such groups. “The Committee on Unjust Meaning is reviewing this,” he said. It will be discovered that the group members are actually DU students.
Due to the Kovid-19 situation, let’s say that the university conducted the first test last year in OBE mode.
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