University of Delhi (DU) has declared the results of the May-June 2021 semester exams for undergraduate and postgraduate courses. The results are announced on the official website of the University, on du.ac.in. Students who have appeared for UG/PG Semester II/IV/VI exams can now check their statement of marks / score card.
To check the DU result, students, need to visit the website- du.ac.in. The result is provided under the section ‘Latest at DU’. To access the result, the student’s college name, roll number, and date of birth are required. Once enter the login details, students can check the result from the dashboard. In the result, the marks obtained, exam name, and student information is mentioned.
The result of the May-June 2021 held DU exams is announced for all the students who appeared for the Open-Book Exams. It is only released in online mode and there is no other way to check the result. Students are advised to check and save their Statement of Marks/Score Card for future purposes.
“The Students whose result falls under the category of RA (result awaited)/ AB(Absent), may contact to the Principal of the concerned College/Department/Centers within 10 days of declaration of the result,” an official statement at result dashboard reads.
Students who successfully complete their UG or PG degree will be provided digital provisional certificates and digital degrees by the University, allowing them to continue education, or apply for jobs. Students who are not satisfied with the obtained marks in the Semester II, IV, VI exams will stand a chance to apply for the revaluation/ scrutiny. Revaluation requests will only be accepted against the theory marks. The students will have to submit a revaluation application form in this regard.
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The University of Delhi had conducted the final year/semester exams for regular/SOL/NCWEB students in the online Open-Book Examination or OBE mode. Except for a few technical complaints, the entire examination process went smoothly. According to media reports, nearly two lakh students were supposed to appear for the exams. Out of the total registered students, 95 percent appeared for the May-June 2021 exams.
According to the exam statistics submitted by Delhi University, the number of students who opted for the May-June 2021 OBE exams was less in comparison to previous OBEs. Where 2.9 lakh students wrote the first OBE exams that were held in August 2020 successively, 1.7 lakh students took the 2nd OBE exams held later in December month.