The primary section of on-line open e-book exams for remaining yr postgraduate and undergraduate college students was carried out between August 10 and August 31. The second section is being carried out for these college students who couldn’t take the exams in August.
Within the second section, college students can take the exams on-line or go to the college’s examination centres.
Deepak Gupta, a visually impaired scholar, travelled from Bihar’s Rohtas district to Delhi to seem for the exams. His exams are scheduled to start from September 16.
“I’ve opted for the net mode because the varsity has not organized scribes for us. The Nationwide Affiliation for Blind shall be serving to us in writing the exams. The school hostels are closed and the NGO has made preparations for our keep,” he mentioned.
Kanta, one other visually impaired scholar, mentioned she spent Rs 5,000 to succeed in Delhi from Uttarakhand on a personal automobile.
“I shall be taking the examination on-line since it’s not possible for me to go to the examination centre. I’ve managed to rearrange a scribe. On the centre, it will not be attainable to keep up social distancing however in case of on-line mode, we will sit in a single room with our scribe and take the examination,” she mentioned.
Nitin Kumar Tyagi has come from Uttar Pradesh’s Bulandshahr district.
He mentioned it was troublesome to search out scribes in his house city and even in Delhi writers aren’t prepared to journey to examination centres at a time when town is seeing a surge in coronavirus instances.
“I’ve organized for a few writers who will write the examination for me. I will not take the examination on the centre however elsewhere. The varsity has not helped us in arranging scribes and even research materials,” he mentioned.