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Delay in Delhi University undergraduate results creates chaos
Delay in results of final year undergraduate students in Delhi University has again resulted in frustrated students - many of whom had to drop admission in good post graduate colleges due to non-availability of results. But Delhi University says that it is helpless as it has to process the results of thousands of students within two months. Nevertheless, the delay is radically affecting student's lives - some of whom lose out on golden opportunities to enhance their educational qualifications - thus affecting their career.

With just 5 days left for the beginning of the new session in Delhi University, many results are still to be declared. These results are mostly of annual mode system (Part 2 and Part 3).

While most of the exams ended by 20th of May, these results are sheduled to be declared by July end. However, the slow procedure of uploading results is creating much chaos for final year students as they are loosing the opportunity to apply for admission in universities.

This delay is getting really absurd now, isn't it? It's taking too much time. No university can be allowed to take so long with final year marks anywhere. Most PG programmes have already begun too," Vikas, a student, told this citizen journalist.

Dhananjay Sud, student of BA(P) final year said, "I had to leave 2 top colleges- GLC, Bombay and ILS, Pune due to the delayed results.

Universities like Jamia Milia Islamia consider confidential marksheets but students are annoyed with DU administrartion as they are not getting a positive response from them.

The delay in result is a sort of tradition in Delhi University. A concerned official pointed out that the number of students is so large that correcting papers and declaring results in two months is very difficult. A set pattern for declaring results - first in semester mode, and then annual mode is applied.

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