To streamline the process of removing discrepancies in the result of three-year and four-year undergraduate courses, Delhi University has notified a set of guidelines to be utilized for setting up a grievance redress mechanism.
Following the guidelines, colleges affiliated to the university and its examination branches will perform evaluations free of glitches and bring in more transparency in the process. Colleges affiliated to DU have earlier faced several instances of errors and technical glitches.
The guidelines asked students with complaints related to four-year undergraduate courses to submit their applications at their respective colleges. The principal of the college should then make the necessary college-level corrections. These will then be forwarded to the officer on special duty, examinations, at DU. For complaints related to internal assessment, "the principal of the respective college shall send the request for change in the internal assessment in the prescribed I A Change Request form."
For examinees who have been marked absent, "the applications shall be sent along with a copy of the seating plan and attendance sheet". The process is the same for practical examinations. Only, the college will also have to send the "award list" maintained by it.
Grievances related to the three-year programme will be forwarded to the office of officer on special duty (examinations) in case of North Campus colleges; South Campus colleges will forward their applications to DCE, South Campus. All FYUP-related grievances have to be registered at the North Campus.
Delhi University Four Year undergraduate programme Part- I (II Semester) Examination 2014 commenced in the first week of May. Admission process for UG courses for academic session 2014-15 will start on June 2 onwards.