The question papers have to be available to the students both on the portal and email id, and students should be give an additional hour for uploading answer sheets

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Friday gave a go-ahead to Delhi University to proceed with online Open Book Examinations for final-year undergraduate courses starting from August 10.

A single judge bench headed by Justice Pratibha M Singh passed a slew of orders to address the concerns raised by the students.

It said that the question papers have to be available to the students both on the portal and email id of the students, and students should be give an additional hour for uploading the answer sheets.

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An auto-generated email shall be sent to students confirming that their answer sheets have been accepted. DU will forward the answer sheets to teachers simultaneously to ensure expeditious declaration of results.

The Justice, via video conferencing, said that DU has to ensure that Centralised Email ID has enough capacity to hold responses from all the students.

Further, email ids of all the nodal officers, participating colleges and concerned officers have to be published by Aug 8.

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