Delhi University issues rules for ‘centennial possibility’ test, enlistment entrance to open May 1

The drop-out understudies have been allowed this one-time opportunity considering the Delhi University’s extended century festivities beginning May 1.

New Delhi: The Delhi University on Thursday (April 28, 2022) gave rules for the “century opportunity” test for drop-out understudies, expressing qualified competitors can show up for a limit of four papers in the yearly mode and up to eight papers for semester-wise tests.

The entryway for the enrollment of intrigued applicants will open from May 1, the college said.

The drop-out understudies have been allowed this one-time opportunity taking into account the Delhi University’s drawn out centennial festivals beginning May

In March, Vice-Chancellor Yogesh Singh had reported that DU understudies who exited would be allowed a “century opportunity” to finish their examinations and earn their college educations.

A proposition for this was supported at an exceptional Executive Council meeting on January 28 held to talk about the century festivities of the college.

The rules gave by Registrar Vikas Gupta express that undergrad and postgraduate understudies and those chasing after proficient courses, who have gotten done with their tasks work and legal necessity recommended for fulfillment of the course, will be considered for the centennial opportunity.

Notwithstanding, M.Phil and PhD understudies, who couldn’t finish their certificates, won’t be considered for this opportunity, the rules expressed.

The qualified applicants can show up for a limit of four papers for the yearly method of test and up to eight papers for the semester plot.

The assessment will be directed probably during October this year and March one year from now through actual mode. It will be held for hypothesis and viable assessment, and not for inner appraisal, the college expressed.

The college informed that the understudies while applying for “century possibility” need to give the subtleties and reports as required.

“Neglecting to give the subtleties/records, as required, may prompt non-thought of his/her candidature in the Centenary Chance assessment.

“Further, it will involve no appropriate for the understudies to guarantee any help in any gathering on this count,” the rules expressed.

The assessment charge will be Rs 2,000 for every paper.