Guwahati: Delhi University started its second phase of open-book exams from Monday, September 14. There were no complaints of technical glitches from the students, and the exams went off smoothly, according to the authorities.
Around 10,000 students are expected to appear for the ‘online open-book exams’ in the second phase; as many as 3,035 students, including 17 differently-abled, will appear for the exams offline.
There are 10 centres for students of School Of Open Learning — Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences for Women, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College (DDU), Deshbandhu College, SPM College, Shaheed Bhagat Singh College and three SOL centres.
The first phase of the online open-book exams for final-year postgraduate and undergraduate students was conducted between August 10 and August 31. The second phase is being conducted for those students who could not take the exams in August.
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