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Delhi University to reopen soon? Classes for First Year to Begin on Nov 22

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Ground Report | New Delhi: Delhi University to reopen soon; The announcements of five cut-offs are over and the Delhi University is all set to begin the classes for the new batch of students from November 22. There has been no declaration about the mode of classes yet. Those students who are promoted to the second semester will start their classes on April 7, 2022. Students are continuously demanding the reopening of the varsity for quite some time now but still, there have been no offline classes.

According to the official schedule released by the university, preparatory breaks and practical exams will be held from March 11, 2022, to March 20 for the new batch of undergraduate students while for even semester students the preparatory breaks will be from July 26 to August 4. The exams will be held from March 21 to April 4 for the new batch and August 5 to August 22 for the even semester (1st Year) of undergraduate courses.

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Direct link: Delhi University Undergraduate Official Notification

For postgraduate courses, the classes will begin from December 1 for the first batch and April 16 for the even semesters. The preparatory breaks and practical exams will be held from March 20 to 29 for the first batch and August 2 to 11 for even-semester students. The new academic session is scheduled to begin on August 26. Students will have summer breaks between April 13 to 15. (Delhi University to reopen soon)

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Direct link : Delhi University Postgraduate Official Notification

 “How can we reopen until and unless the DDMA allows 100 percent seating capacity. 60 percent of students of the university are from outside Delhi. We can’t ask them to come here, stay in a hostel and take online classes since only 50 percent seating capacity is allowed,” Delhi University Registrar Vikas Gupta told PTI. There is no official notification but the classes are expected to resume soon if the Covid situation remains under control.

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