University of Delhi (DU) is conducting classes for the students who were detained due to the shortage of attendance in the second year of heir graduation. The classes will be conducted for some of the courses of science stream only.
The dean of Students’ welfare, JM Khurana, confirmed, “These classes are for the students in 12 science courses under the annual mode for the academic session 2011-12. Six different colleges of the university have been identified where these classes will be conducted. These colleges include Hindu College, Institute of Home Economics, Miranda House, Moti Lal Nehru College, Rajdhani College and SGTB Khalsa College.”
Khurana, further adds, “Students detained from appearing in the annual examinations 2011 are re-admitted to second year in their respective colleges. However, the cluster teaching is being conducted at the designated cluster teaching centres. Maintenance of attendance and award of internal assessment marks shall be the responsibility of the colleges designated for cluster teaching."
The classes are being conducted by the faculty members of these colleges and there are about 100 students of science stream who attend these classes regularly.