Delhi University Colleges Send Seating Plans to Students in Advance | Delhi News

NEW DELHI: The University of Delhi has issued guidelines for its colleges to conduct the second phase of open book examinations, which will start from September 14. Colleges have been asked to adhere to strict standards of social distancing and maintain a standard of hygiene in line with government guidelines. .
Colleges will also make it mandatory for students to complete a self-declaration form before allowing them entry into test centers. Center staff members were asked to wear masks, carry heat guns and provide space between student seats during the exam.
“The college or department will need to manually record student attendance with a signature, unique paper code of the paper, date and exam session, while maintaining distancing,” the university said.
DU also asked colleges to send arrangements or seating plans to students in advance on their email ids or WhatsApp numbers. Social distancing advisory notices should be posted all around campus.
For students, it is important to complete the mandatory self-declaration form, bring their own answer sheets, and arrive at the exam center on time. Students will also be required to maintain social distancing and wear masks at all times.
The second phase of OBE will be conducted in mixed online/offline mode for final year students of UG/PG courses (regular and alumni), including SOL and NCWEB, who did not show up or did not not submitted their answer to the scripts of the first phase of the exam.

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