Delhi University has chosen to resuscitate the act of re-assessment of answer sheets, which was ceased a year ago because of presentation of numerous inspector assessment framework.
“The re-assessment of answer sheets, which had ended up infructuous in view of presentation of checking of answer sheets by numerous analysts, will be returned back and answer sheets will be inspected by single analyst,” Joint Registrar (Academic) Ram Dutt said in an authority notice on Monday.
DU had a year ago chose to scrap the re-assessment framework and supplant it with a ‘re-checking’ practice wherein just the totalling lapses were to be corrected and all different solicitations were not to be entertained as the answer sheets had as of now been assessed at numerous levels.
Understudies had been requesting rollback refering to that a large number of them needed to waste a whole year because of non-accessibility of re-assessment, supplementary and unique risk in the exams.
“The understudies could request re-assessment just in the event of slip in totalling of imprints or any inquiry has not been assessed. Nonetheless, the framework didn’t permit redressal of unjustified portion of imprints,” Delhi University Students Union (DUSU) President Mohit Nagar said.
DU powers said that the choice has been made taking cognisance of countless got from understudies in the matter.
“The system and rules of re-assessment will be set around the college soon,” the Joint Registrar said.
In the mean time, the understudies who had fizzled in the first year of the Four Undergraduate Program (FYUP) and couldn’t take confirmations because of different reasons will be permitted to be re-confessed to first year.
“The participation of such understudies will be tallied from date of their affirmation and their inward evaluation will be led by school or they will be recompensed interior appraisal stamps according to endorsed method by University,” the notice said.
The last date for submission of admission and examination structures for such understudies is October 29, 2014.