Even amid all the controversies that the F.Y.U.P. is mired in, the Delhi University has come up with yet another fresh one. In what looks like an outcome of a case of discrepancy, the University is likely to withdraw the FYUP results for the 2nd semester (announced on Saturday, 07-06-2014) , re-evaluate them and release the final results by the third week of June.
“Hurried corrections, barely-followed marking schemes, and incongruity in filed records have led us to deliberate this move”, says an official from the Examinations Office.
So, all those ecstatic about their marks, here’s some reason to worry! According to confidential university sources, the problem occurred when a discrepancy was noticed in the I.M.B.H. marks of certain roll numbers while uploading the individual statement of marks.And while the records were uploaded nevertheless, the Examination Office decided to withdraw the results once the matter was scrutinized further.
However, students need not worry about the effects of reassessment a lot as the University has a very firm stand on awarding all students pass marks. What with the possibility of reverting to the three-year programme!
The 4th and 6th semester students will now have to hold their breaths for a longer time because the reassessment will set in motion a series of delays and students may receive their results even after the new session begins.
But on the positive side, be rest assured that the marking will be as professional as it gets now that the University has vowed to oversee each process.
To all the FYUP students who said to themselves ‘better luck next time’, the good lord has heard you!
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