Delhi Technological University DTU end-semester exams cancelled

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July 15, 2020 11:45 AM

The announcement came after the Delhi government's decision to cancel all forthcoming semester and finals exams of universities under it due to the COVID-19 situation.

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The Delhi Technological University (DTU) on Tuesday said it is cancelling its end-semester exams scheduled from July 18. The announcement came after the Delhi government’s decision to cancel all forthcoming semester and finals exams of universities under it due to the COVID-19 situation.

“In view of the recent announcement directions by the Govt of NCT of Delhi to cancel all semester examinations, it is decided that the end term examinations of even semester 2019-20 for intermediate semesters of all programmes, including Ph.D Course Work, and all semesters of ex-students commencing from July 18 stand cancelled,” the varsity said.

The varsity said guidelines for assessment of various courses pertaining to intermediate semesters of all programmes will be notified in due course, it said.

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