The Delhi government has filed a reply in the top court in response to a petition challenging the UGC’s guidelines mandating the conduct of final year exams by universities before 30th September. The government also informed the Supreme Court that it had directed all Delhi State Universities to cancel all written online and offline semester examinations including final year examinations.
Also, The state government decided to stick to its 11th July decision and continue with not holding the exams. The views of vice-chancellors, along with MHRD/UGC guidelines, were placed before the Deputy Chief Minister/ Higher and Technical Education Minister of the National Capital Territory of Delhi and he has reiterated his decision dated 11th July, which directed all Delhi State Universities to cancel all written online and offline semester examinations including final year examinations. The government also mention decision cannot be changed again and again due to this students might suffer
Universities were also advised to devise alternative assessment measures to promote students of intermediary semesters and grant degrees to students of final semesters.