The University of Delhi (DU), has announced that the odd semester (August-December) examination results will be declared on 27th January 2020, on the University website.
With the even semester of Under-Graduate (UG) students already commenced, an official statement was issued on 26th January, 2020, by the Vice Chancellor, of the University of Delhi, Yogesh K Tyagi, stating that the correction process of these examinations is now over and the results for the same will be declared on Monday, post 11 pm. The results will be posted online on the University website (du.ae.in).
“Despite the issues faced by the University regarding the ad-hoc professors in the month of December, the declaration of the results was not delayed as late as was anticipated,” quoted, Professor K.R. Mennai of Hindu College.
Candidates appearing for B.A, B.Com, B.Sc, B.B.A, etc.examinations will have to log in the official website with their registration number and password where they can check their scores and can also apply for revaluation via the links on the site. The Varsity will also release the result for the School of Open Learning (SOL) on its official website. Candidates can download the result once it is declared.
Students must cross-check their examination results in order to avoid mis-match of information. Any query can be taken up to their respective college’s administration. Those students unsatisfied with their marks can apply for revaluation. For this, students have to apply online along with the payment of a nominal fee. The revaluation result will be declared within a month of application submission. For further details regarding the same, college administration must be consulted.
Students who fail the examination can opt for a back paper or supplementary examination. Supplementary examinations allow students to reappear for the exam in the following semester so as to improve their grade and gain an overall pass. However, it may not be available for all subjects. A list of the same can be found on the University’s official website.
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