Justice Prathiba M Singh, whereas giving the go-ahead, handed sure instructions to be adopted by the DU and the University Grants Commission (UGC).
The courtroom directed that the questions ought to be posted on on-line portal in addition to emailed to all of the candidates.
“Students are to be given two hours for making an attempt the query papers. One additional hour shall be granted for importing of the reply sheets on the portal,” the courtroom mentioned.
It directed that an auto-generated e-mail shall be despatched to the scholars to acknowledge that their reply sheets have been accepted.
The bench additionally directed the CSC Academy — whose Common Service Centres can be utilized by the scholars missing in requisite infrastructure to sit down within the exams — to inform all its centres for use for the conduct of OBE.
“DU Grievances Officer shall redress the emailed complaints of scholars relating to the method inside 48 hours. If not, the matter shall routinely be referred to the Grievances Redressal Committee,” the High Court added.
The courtroom had on Wednesday reserved orders on a batch of pleas that challenged the college determination to conduct on-line Open Book Examinations for final-year college students.
Initially, the varsity introduced that the exams would begin from July 1, however later postponed the identical to July 10 and once more until August 15 with out giving a particular date for examinations.