DU students complain of faulty results, DUSU urges revaluation be waived
New Delhi : Soon after Delhi University announced results earlier this month, students claimed that their papers have not been evaluated properly and some even claimed they were marked absent when they had written and submitted their papers. Top Lead India talked to a few students from Delhi College of Arts and Commerce and Sri Aurobindo College who confirmed that their results are faulty.
Muskan Seth, a student of BA Program, second year, told us that she failed in all subjects while she claimed to have written all papers well, adding that at worst, she could have failed to qualify in one paper. Jayshree Pandey from the same college, a student of BA Program first year, said that she has been given fail marks in subjects like Indian history and Sanskrit drama. Deepa, of DCAC, told us that she has been falsely given fail marks in one subject.
Secretary of Delhi University Student Union (DUSU) Ashish Lamba met the varsity dean and requested that fees for revaluation be waived off because of the mass error in results this year. Lamba has assured students that the last date for application of revaluation has been extended. Ashish Lamba told us that the varsity dean did not listen to his request for waiving off the fees. "If it is found after revaluation that the university is at fault, the money should be returned to the students."
DUSU president Akshit Dahiya also met the administration to ensure that the fees are waived.
Vinod, who works in the examination department at Aurobindo College told us that a solution will soon be found. Professor Munish Sharma, of Aurobindo College, also expressed his disappointment at the development.
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