Delhi University to Hold Examinations in ABE Mode for 4th Semester | Photo credit: Representative image
Delhi University has issued an official notice to conduct the 4th semester intermediate exams in ABE mode for 2021. The decision to conduct the 4th semester exams in assessment based assessment is taken due to the pandemic in Classes. Students can check the official notice on the University of Delhi website which is du.ac.in. The University of Delhi has taken to its Twitter account to inform students about the assessment based assessment criteria Thursday, May 20.
According to the official notice from the University of Delhi, it reads: “Intermediate semester 4 for 3-year UG courses will be in ABE exam mode, detailed guidelines will follow soon, the exam for students first year of semester 2 will be decided in due course.All date sheets are available on the DU website.
According to the University of Delhi, the UG examinations for the fourth semester will be assessment-based and they have not yet decided on the conduct of the second semester examination of the undergraduate courses. In addition, all guidelines and details related to the assessment of the assessment basis will soon be published by the University. Delhi University has made all date sheets available on the du.ac.in website.
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In 2020, Delhi University assessed first and second year students based on their internal assessment and performance in the previous semester. Moreover, Delhi University has postponed the exam for the final semester exams 2021 and further scheduled it for 7th June. The exam was due to start on June 1. For which the new date sheet will be published soon on du.ac.in.
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Furthermore, the University of Delhi Teachers Association (DUTA) on Sunday urged the university administration to extend the alternative mode of assessment to final semester students amid the second wave of coronavirus infection.