University of Delhi to promote intermediate students with backlog for next semester.

New Delhi: University of Delhi has issued promotion criteria for intermediate semester students of undergraduate and postgraduate courses. According to an official notification, all UG and PG students (except for the Council Mandatory course, including the Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) and the School of Open Learning (SOL)), students will be allowed to pursue those subjects , In which they have failed.

“Students will be allowed to pursue subjects in which they failed in one semester or year and will be promoted next year,” an official statement said.

“However, such students may approve the syllabus for the examination in which they failed or in which they were absent, when the examinations are conducted by semester and term next year,” the statement said.

DU said that students in the second semester (part I) or fourth semester (part II) of undergraduate and postgraduate courses are eligible for promotion under the criteria.

Registered with the School of Open Learning and Noncollegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) for second year UG courses under the annual mode and second semester (1 year), first year UG students under Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) Delhi. The university said that the School of Open Learning (SOL) is also eligible for promotion.

University of Delhi further stated that this provision is applicable only for the current academic session (2019-20) in view of COVID-19 epidemic. Courses administered by statutory regulatory bodies or councils will not be covered under this provision.

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