Delhi University's latest decision would surely come as a respite to a number of students. Students who have fizzled their third-year Sociology paper challenged at Delhi University again today. Yet, Delhi University has now guaranteed to act. "The college is completely seized of the matter and it is in effect altogether inspected by the fitting powers," says DU representative, Malay Neerav.
"No re-assessment charge will be charged from any kid who is influenced in this aggregate grievance," includes Neerav, "And if anybody has stored, the expense will be discounted." "We will concoct the discoveries as quickly as time permits. Yet, in the event that somebody's vocation is influenced due to this, they can compose a letter to the college. We can issue a letter or an endorsement. The letter can be tended to the bad habit chancellor."
More than 400 students, taking Sociology in Contemporary India as an interdisciplinary subject have fizzled it. The whine of blunder in assessment and have been dissenting at the workplace of the Dean Students' Welfare in North Campus for a few days.