Delhi University Open Book Exams 2021: Students Opposed To End-of-Term Exams in the face of a Second Pandemic? The end-term examinations for final year students in associated colleges will begin on June 7 in an open book format (OBE), a decision that has sparked outrage among the varsity’s student population. Due to Second Wave of Corona, Students are opposing the decision of the Delhi University administration, which has decided to hold the end-of-term exams over the opposition of various stakeholders
According to a study performed by Lady Shri Ram College for Women, over two-thirds of all students indicated they are not in the correct frame of mind to take the end-of-term examinations because the Covid-19 pandemic has created widespread misery.
“We’ve seen in the past that open book exams are really difficult for folks who don’t have access to the internet or other resources,” she explained. I can’t image how difficult it must be for a student who doesn’t have access to resources.
Nowadays, Corona Curfew is spreading more and some students struggling more. Many students favour the cancellation of end-of-term exams, arguing that doing so will disrupt the educational system and lead to biased student evaluations, which will have a negative impact on their future studies and professions.
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