DU: Students on the road protest against open book examination, FIR
The final semester students of the third year at DU took to the road in protest against the Open Book Examination. The Morris Nagar police station has registered an FIR under section 188 against the students.
protested the open book examination.
protest against open book examination-> The DU administration is going to conduct the Open Book Examination of the students of Regular, Non Collegiate, Woman Education Board and School of Open Learning from 1 July. DU has announced this, since then it has been opposing. On Monday, All India Students Association, Revolutionary Youth Organization and teachers at DU North Campus protested the open book examination. Protesting students say that this is a discriminatory process, because not all students have the resources. In the Delhi University Teachers Association survey, 85 percent of the students admitted that they cannot take the online exam due to various reasons at this time.
denying students the opportunity for equality.
KYS officer Harish Gautam says that despite the problems of the students, the university administration remains completely indifferent. The guidelines issued by DU are testimony to this fact. According to the DU administration, the students who will not be able to appear for the online examination will be followed by traditional examinations, which they will be informed in September. Evaluating students by different methods in this way is not only using the same criteria for everyone, but also denying students the opportunity for equality.