First lecturers’ strike, and now COVID-19 — the ultimate 12 months college students of the Delhi University who nonetheless await results of the earlier semester, now concern shedding a 12 months. Last 12 months in December when closing 12 months college students of Delhi University sat for fifth semester examination, they hoped the outcomes would come by January-end like yearly. But, three months later, the outcomes of many of the course are but to be introduced.
“While we were writing our exams, our seniors had told us that results would come by second week of January. But now it’s March-end and there are no signs of results being announced anytime soon,” Isha Agarwal, a second 12 months pupil of B.A. Economic (hns.) informed IANS.
The delay in saying outcomes was then attributed to the indefinite strike of Delhi University’s lecturers who demanded absorption of the ad-hoc lecturers. They stated reply sheet analysis is not going to be accomplished till the demand was met.
And now with the complete nation into lockdown mode because of the coronavirus risk, the scholars concern shedding out the final semester additionally.
Akshita Gupta, who’s a pupil of B.A. English (honours) in PGDAV College of Delhi University, says the delay within the fifth semester’s outcome and the lockdown have left the method of submitting of examination kinds for the final semester unsure.
“First of all, we cannot fill the form for the last semester because of the awaited results and, second, due to the ongoing lockdown, the colleges are also closed leaving us in a dilemma,” Gupta stated.
For Divya Singh who was planning to fill types of aggressive exams after her commencement, the longer term appears to be like unsure.
“We are still waiting for the 5th semester’s results, even if the country overcomes the loss of lockdown, our university would have to clear the backlogs of the teachers’ strike,” Singh stated.
After a number of rounds of conferences between the DU administration and the lecturers, some programs have introduced outcomes for the ultimate 12 months college students, however with the continued lockdown, the scholars’ nonetheless stay unsure about their future.
Anukriti Sachdeva, a pupil of B.A.Journalism in Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, informed IANS, “We are now reading from the resources that our faculty has uploaded on the college’s website, but their is no communication for the way semester will proceed from now on.”
Sachdeva has already bought a job throughout her campus placements, however with semester working delayed, she fears if she would have the ability to be a part of on time.
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