Abhishek Singh, a first-year student at Delhi University,is still waiting for his result to decide on the subjects he wants to choose for the second year.Like thousands of first and second year students,he has been desperately waiting for his semester results which have been delayed by more than a month.”
In a mark of protest against the University Grants Commission (UGC) notification,the Delhi University Teachers Association (DUTA) had boycotted the evaluation process,which has delayed the results of first and second year students studying in the university.The examinations for various Under Graduate courses ended in May and the centralized evaluation process was scheduled to start at 13 centres from 24th May 2016.
But due to the boycott call by Delhi University Teachers Association (DUTA),none of the Delhi University teachers turned up on the day of evaluation.”It has been two months since we appeared for the examination.But the results have still not been declared. Teachers are still saying that the evaluation is on and it will take another two-three weeks,” Sushmita Verma, a second year student of Hindu College told India Today.
Sources in the administration said that the results are expected to come in next few weeks. “Most of the evaluation has been done and everything is on the final stage now.The results are expected to come out in next two weeks,” a University official told Mail today.
(With Inputs From India Today)