DU tried to resolve issues of students wanting to go abroad for higher studies: HC reported

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New Delhi: The University of Delhi on Friday told the Delhi High Court that its officials are looking for the best possible solution to release results soon for students seeking admission to foreign universities for higher studies.

Advocates of Delhi University said that so far there are eight students from postgraduate programs and 180 students from undergraduate courses, who have requested for comfort papers to be submitted to foreign universities for admission.

A bench of Justices Hema Kohli and Subramaniam Prasad set a deadline to take a decision on it and listed the matter for further hearing on 14 September.

Advocate Mohinder Rupal, who represents the University of Delhi, said that Varsity officials came to each other to come up with the best possible solution to address the concern of students applying to foreign universities for admission to final year undergraduate courses. We are negotiating with each other to apply for admission to foreign universities. The comfort letters are properly written and the aspect of the date of declaration of results is also dealt with.

The university said that students of PG courses, who had requested for comfort letters to be sent to foreign universities for admission, may be given priority to declare their confidential results.

The High Court stated, “The aspect of cumulative grade point average i.e. a comparative grade point average for assessing the results of UG final year students is still not clear from the affidavit of Delhi University. The next date of hearing will throw proper light on the issue. ”

The High Court was hearing the problems of students who are going abroad for higher education. The issue arose during the hearing of a petition related to the Open Book Examination (OBE) for final year undergraduate DU students.

Variety previously told the court that the results would be announced in late October.

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