ORDINANCE XV-B


Maintenance of discipline among Students of the University

  1. All powers relating to discipline and disciplinary action are vested in the Vice - Chancellor
  2. The Vice-Chancellor may delegate all or such powers as he / she deems proper to the Proctor and to such other persons as he/she may specify in this behalf.
  3. Without prejudice to the generality of power to enforce discipline under the Ordinance the following shall amount to acts of gross indiscipline:
    1. Physical assault, or threat to use physical force, against any member of the teaching and non-teaching staff of any Institution / Department and against any student within the University of Delhi
    2. Carrying of, use of or threat to use of any weapons
    3. Any violation of the provisions of the Civil Rights Protection Act, 1976
    4. Violation of the status, dignity and honour of students belonging to the scheduled castes and tribes
    5. Any practice-whether verbal or otherwise-derogatory of women
    6. Any attempt at bribing or corruption in any manner
    7. Willful destruction of institutional property
    8. Creating ill-will or intolerance on religious or communal grounds
    9. Causing disruption in any manner of the academic functioning of the University system
    10. Prohibition of Ragging as per Ordinance XV-C
  4. Without prejudice to the generality of his / her powers relating to the maintenance of discipline and taking such action in the interest of maintaining discipline as may seem to him/her appropriate, the Vice-Chancellor, may in the exercise of his / her powers aforesaid order or direct that any student or students -
    1. be expelled; or
    2. be, for a stated period rusticated; or
    3. be not for a stated period, admitted to a programme or programmes of study in a College, Department or Institution of the University; or
    4. be fined with a sum of rupees that may be specified; or
    5. be debarred from taking a University or College or Departmental Examination or Examinations for one or more years; or that the result of the student or students concerned in the Examination or Examinations in which he /she or they have appeared be cancelled.
  5. Institutions, Halls and teaching in the concerned Departments. They may exercise their authority through, or delegate authority to such of the teachers in their Colleges, Institutions or Departments as they may specify for these purposes.
  6. Without prejudice to the powers of the Vice-Chancellor and the Proctor as aforesaid, detailed rules of discipline and proper conduct shall be framed. These rules may be supplemented, where necessary, by the Principals of Colleges, Heads of Halls, Deans of Faculties and Heads of Teaching Departments in this University. Each student shall be expected to provide himself / herself with a copy of these rules. At the time of admission, every student shall be required to sign a declaration that on admission he /she submits himself / herself to the disciplinary jurisdiction of the Vice-Chancellor and several authorities of the University who may be vested with the authority to exercise discipline under the Acts, the Statutes, the Ordinances and the rules that have been framed therein by the University.

ORDINANCE XV-C


Prohibition and Punishment for Ragging

  1. Ragging in any form is strictly prohibited, within the premises of College / Department or Institution and any part of Delhi University system as well as on public transport.
  2. Any individual or collective act or practice of ragging constitutes gross indiscipline and shall be dealt with under this Ordinance.
  3. Ragging for the purposes of this Ordinance, ordinarily means any act, conduct or practice by which dominant power or status of senior students is brought to bear on students freshly enrolled or students who are in any way considered junior or inferior by other students; and includes individual or collective acts or practices which
    1. Involve physical assault or threat to use of physical force.
    2. Violate the status, dignity and honour of women students.
    3. Violate the status, dignity and honour of students belonging to the scheduled caste and tribe.
    4. Expose students to ridicule and contempt and affect their self-esteem.
    5. Entail verbal abuse and aggression, indecent gestures and obscene behavior.
  4. The Principal of a College, the Head of the Department or an Institution, the authorities of College, or University Hostel or Halls of Residence shall take immediate action on any information of the occurrence of ragging.
  5. Notwithstanding anything in Clause (4) above, the Proctor may also suomoto enquire into any incident of ragging and make a report to the Vice-Chancellor of the identity of those who have engaged in ragging and the nature of the incident.
  6. The Proctor may also submit an initial report establishing the identity of the perpetrators of ragging and the nature of the ragging incident.
  7. If the Principal of a College or Head of the Department or Institution or the Proctor is satisfied that for some reason, to be recorded in writing, it is not reasonably practical to hold such an enquiry, he/ she may so advise the Vice-Chancellor accordingly.
  8. When the Vice-Chancellor is satisfied that it is not expedient to hold such an enquiry, his/ her decision shall be final.
  9. On the receipt of a report under Clause (5) or (6) or a determination by the relevant authority under clause (7) disclosing the occurrence of ragging incidents described in Clause 3(a), (b) and (c) the Vice-Chancellor shall direct or order rustication of a student or students for a specific number of years.
  10. The Vice-chancellor may in other cases of ragging order or direct that any student or students be expelled or be not for a stated period, admitted to a programme of study in a college, departmental examination for one or more years or that the results of the student or students concerned in the examination or examinations in which they appeared be cancelled.
  11. In case any students who have obtained degrees or diplomas of the University of Delhi are found guilty; under this Ordinance, appropriate action will be taken under Statute 15 for withdrawal of degrees or diploma conferred by the University.
  12. For the purpose of this Ordinance, abetment to ragging whether by way of any act, practice or incitement of ragging will also amount to ragging.
  13. All Institutions within the Delhi University system shall be obligated to carry out instructions / directions issued under this Ordinance, and to give aid assistance to the Vice-Chancellor to achieve the effective implementation of the Ordinance.

ORDINANCE XV-C


Where incident(s) of ragging are reported to the Vice-Chancellor by any authority under this Ordinance, the students(s) involved in ragging, shall be expelled for a specified term, designated in the order. Non-students involved in reports of ragging will be proceeded with under the criminal law of India; they will also be rendered ineligible for a period of five years from seeking enrolment in any of the institutions of the University of Delhi. Students against whom necessary action is taken under this note, will be given post decisional hearing, with strict adherence to the rules of natural justice.

ORDINANCE X

  1. Applications for admission to University examinations shall be made in the prescribed form and forwarded to the Registrar through the Principal of the College or where instruction is imparted exclusively by the University, through the Dean of the Faculty concerned:
    Provided that teachers and non-collegiate women candidates shall apply direct to the Registrar in the manner hereinafter prescribed.
  2. While forwarding the applications for admission to various examinations to be held in any year the Principal of the College or the Head of the Department or the Dean of the Faculty concerned, as the case may be, shall be required to ëcertify in respect of each applicant as follows:

    "that the candidate has satisfied himself by the production of a certificate of a competent authority that he has passed the examination which qualifies him for admission to the examination"

    The Controller of Examinations shall send the admission tickets of all the candidates, whose applications for admission to the various examinations have been received by the Principal of the College or the Head of the Department or the Dean of the Faculty concerned, as the case may be, for delivery to the candidates concerned. Before delivering the admission ticket to each candidate the Principal of the College or the Head of the Department or the Dean of the Faculty concerned, as the case may be, shall satisfy himself that the candidate concerned has put in the requisite attendance at lectures etc. as laid down in the Ordinances of the University and is otherwise eligible to appear at the respective examination. The admission tickets in respect of candidates who have not fulfilled the attendance requirements or are otherwise not eligible to appear at the examination shall not be delivered to them and shall be returned to the Controller of Examinations together with a statement showing the detailed attendance position and/or other facts in each case.

    Provided that if practical examination in any subject is held before the examination in theory papers, it shall not be necessary for the Controller of Examinations, in respect of candidates who are pursuing a regular course of study, to send Admission Tickets to enable them to take such practical examination, and it shall suffice if he sends a list containing the roll numbers of such candidates to the Principal of the College or the Head of the Department or the Dean of the Faculty, as the case may be, for being put up on the notice board of the Institution concerned to enable such candidates to take their examination on the basis of the roll numbers assigned to them. Such candidates shall take the practical examination provisionally subject to their being issued Admission Tickets later in terms of the foregoing provision
  3. Teacher candidates and non-collegiate women candidates shall apply direct to the Registrar for admission to examinations in the manner prescribed. but shall not be admitted to any examination before the expiry of the same number of years after they have passed the examination which qualifies them to seek such admission as in the case of regular students
    1. Application for admission to examinations shall be accompanied by the prescribed fees.
    2. A candidate who from sickness or other cause is unable to present himself for any examination shall not be entitled to claim a refund of his fees, but the Executive Council may for sufficient cause permit the candidate to present himself at the next ensuing examination without payment of a further fee.
    1. Subject to the provisions contained in Clause 2 above every candidate whose application has been accepted by the University for admission to an examination shall be given an admission ticket showing the name of the candidate and the roll number assigned to him for admission to the examination
    2. The ticket shall be sent in the case of a college student to the Principal of the College who will give it to the candidate after obtaining his signature on the ticket.
    3. In the case of other candidates the tickets shall be issued by the Registrar after obtaining their signatures in the same way.
  4. A candidate may not be admitted into the examination hall, if he fails to present to the officer-in-charge of the examination his admission ticket or to satisfy the officer that it will be produced within a reasonable time.
  5. The Officer-in-Charge of the examination shall have power to call upon any candidate appearing at an examination to give a specimen signature for purpose of identification.
  6. Permission to appear at a University examination may be withdrawn before or during the course of the examination for conduct which, in the opinion of the Vice-Chancellor, justifies the candidateís exclusion.
  7. If a candidate for any University examination owes any money to the University or his College on any account and fails to pay the money, or has borrowed or has in his possession any book, apparatus, or other property belonging to the University or his College, or any kit supplied by the N.C.C. and fails to return the same, the Vice-Chancellor may withhold or authorise the withholding of the admission ticket of the candidate, or, if the admission ticket has already been issued suspend the order of admission till all such money has been paid or such property returned by the candidate.
    In the case of a College student, the Vice-Chancellor shall exercise this power after a reference to the Principal of the College concerned.
  8. Notwithstanding anything contained expressly or impliedly in these rules, the Vice-Chancellor may, on being satisfied after such enquiry as he may deem fit, withdraw retrospectively, prior to the publication of the final result of a candidate in a course, the permission granted to such candidate to pursue that course or to appear at a University examination in relation thereto, on the ground that or cancel the result of such candidate, if it comes to his notice, within 4 months of the publication of the said final result that:
    1. the candidate was ineligible for admission to the course but was wrongly admitted, or
    2. the candidate was ineligible to take the examination on account. of shortage of attendance but was permitted to do so by some mistake or some other unavoidable reason, or
    3. a discrepancy was found in the attendance record on account of which the candidate who had taken the examination was in fact ineligible, or
    4. a discrepancy was discovered in the award of marks etc. which rendered that result of the candidate liable to be cancelled to his disadvantage.

    Provided that no such action shall be taken by the Vice- Chancellor without giving an opportunity to the concerned candidate to show cause against the proposed action and provided further that such action shall require the confirmation of the Academic Council.
  9. Subject to the provisions of the Act, the Statutes and the Ordinances, the regulations may provide for all other matters relating to conduct of examinations including those concerning examination committees, tabulation of marks and results, fee for re-checking examination results and for the supply of marks, dates for submission of examination forms, directions to candidates for examinations, directions to superintendents of examinations and duties of invigilators.
  10. Ord. X-A. Disorderly conduct and use of unfair means in examination.
    1. For the purposes of this Ordinance-
      1. Examination means an examination conducted by the University of Delhi;
      2. The year means the academic year;
      3. Candidate includes an examinee taking any examination in a particular year and, wherever the context so permits, every student on the rolls of the University or of a recognized College or Institution;
      4. The use of dishonest or unfair means in the examinationí includes:
        1. assisting in any manner whatsoever any other candidate in answering the question paper during the course of the examination;
        2. taking assistance from any other candidate or any other person or from any book, paper, notes or other material in answering the question paper during the course of the examination;
        3. carrying into the examination room any book, paper, notes, or other material whatsoever likely to be used directly or indirectly by the candidate in connection with the examination;
        4. smuggling in an answer book or a continuation sheet;
        5. aking out or arranging to send out an answer book or its any page or a continuation sheet:
        6. replacing or getting replaced an answer book or its any page or continuation sheet during or after the examination;
        7. getting impersonated by any person in examination;
        8. deliberately disclosing oneís identity or making any distinctive mark in the answer book for that purpose;
        9. communicating with or talking to any other candidate or unauthorised person in or around the examination room during the course of the examination;
        10. communicating or attempting to communicate directly or through a relative, guardian and friend with an examiner with the object of influencing him in the award of marks;
      5. Disorderly conduct in the examination includes:
        1. misbehaviour in connection with the examination, with the Superintendent, the Invigilator on duty or the otherstaff working at the Examination Centre, or with any other candidate, in or around the examination centre, before, during or after the examination hour;
        2. leaving the examination room before the expiry of half an hour or without handing over the answer book to the Invigilator-in-charge or without signing the attendance sheet;
        3. intentionally tearing off the answer book or a part thereof or a continuation sheet;
        4. disturbing or disrupting the examination;
        5. citing others to leave the examination room or to disturb or disrupt the examination;
        6. carrying into the examination centre any weapon of offence.
    2. No candidate shall make use of any dishonest or unfair means or indulge in disorderly conduct in the examination.
    3. A candidate found guilty of the use of dishonest or unfair means or disorderly conduct in the examination may be disqualified from passing the examination for which he was a candidate, and may, in addition, be debarred from appearing at any future examination of the University for a further period to be stated or be expelled from the University and declared not a fit and proper person to be admitted to any further examination of the University.
      1. Any candidate who, in the opinion of the Invigilator on duty or the Examiner conducting a practical or oral examination or the Superintendent of the Examination Centre, contravenes or is suspected of contravening the provisions of clause 2 in the examination room, shall be forthwith challenged by such Invigilator, Examiner or Superintendent who shall ask for a signed statement from the candidate. The candidate may be subjected to a search of his person to recover any incriminating material from him by the examination staff on duty.
      2. Without prejudice to the provision contained in sub-clause (a) above the Superintendent of an Examination Centre or the Examiner conducting practical or oral examination shall also have the power to expel a candidate who in his opinion, has contravened the provisions of clause 2, from the examination centre for the remaining duration of the paper.
      1. The Superintendent of the Examination Centre or the Examiner or any Officer of the University, as the case may be, shall report in writing to the Controller of Examinations the case of every student who has contravened the provision of clause 2.
      2. The reporting authority shall give full facts of the case in his report and forward with it the statements. if any, made on the occasion by the candidate and the Invigilator on duty and papers, books and other material recovered from the candidate, if any.
    4. There shall be one or more Examination Disciplinary Committees. Each such Committee, hereinater referred to as the Examination Disciplinary Committee shall be constituted as under :
      1. On the recommendation of the Vice-Chancellor the Executive Council shall, at the beginning of each year, draw up a panel of teachers of the University to be nominated on the Examination Disciplinary Committee.
      2. Each Examination Disciplinary Committee shall comprise of two teachers to be nominated by the Vice-Chancellor from amongst the panel, one of them being of the status of at least a Reader.
      3. The Controller of Examinations or any person authorised by him, of the rank of not less than an Assistant Controller of Examinations, will function as non-member Secretary of the Examination Disciplinary Committee.
    5. The Vice-Chancellor shall determine from time to time the number of Examination Disciplinary Committees.
      1. The Controller of Examinations or any person authorised by him in this behalf shall communicate to the candidate, in respect of whom a report has been received pursuant to clause 5(a). the precise nature of allegations against him and shall require him to furnish his written explanation within a stipulated period.
      2. On receipt of the explanation from the candidate or on the expiry of the period stipulated for submitting explanation if no explanation is received from him the Vice-Chancellor shall assign his case for consideration to the Examination Disciplinary Committee and, where there are more Committees than one, such Examination Disciplinary Committee as he may deem fit.
    6. After considering all the material on record including the explanation, if any, submitted by the candidate, the Examination Disciplinary Committee if satisfied that the candidate is guilty of the use of dishonest or unfair means or disorderly conduct in the examination, shall recommend to the Executive Council the punishment that may be imposed on the candidate under clause 3 according to the nature of the offence.
    7. The Executive Council may, after considering the report, of the Examination Disciplinary Committee take such action against the candidate under clause 3 as it may deem fit.
    8. A candidate on whom any punishment has been imposed under clause 3 may, within 30 days from the date of the receipt of the communication in that behalf, make a representation to the Vice- Chancellor for review of his case and the Vice-Chancellor, if satisfied that the case is fit for reconsideration, refer the same to the Executive Council. The Executive Council may thereupon review the case and pass such orders as it may consider fit.
    9. In the case of a candidate who has been expelled from the University in terms of provisions of Clause 3, the Executive Council may, on the recommendation of the Vice-Chancellor, on the expiry of three years after such expulsion including the examination in connection with which he was punished, exempt a candidate from further operation of the punishment awarded
    10. If within four months of the publication of the results, it is brought to the notice of the Controller of Examinations that a candidate was guilty of the use of dishonest or unfair means at the examination in respect of which his result was declared, the provisions of this Ordinance shall apply mutatis mutandis to the case of such a candidate provided that before imposing any penalty including the penalty of cancellation of his result, he shall be given another opportunity, to show cause against the proposed punishment and his explanation, if any, shall be considered by the Executive Council.

      13. A . A candidate against whom an enquiry is pending about his allegedly having resorted to the use of dishonest or unfair means or disorderly conduct in the examination or against whom action is initiated under the provisions of the preceding clause shall, if he takes or has taken any subsequent examination, be deemed to have been only provisionally admitted to that subsequent examination. That examination will stand cancelled and his result thereof would not be declared if on account of the punishment imposed on him as a result of the said enquiry or action, he would not have been entitled to take that examination but for his provisional admission thereto
    11. If a person, not otherwise covered by these provisions, is found guilty of having impersonated a candidate or of having written, outside the examination hall, an answer book or its any page or a continuation sheet which he knows or has reason to believe will be smuggled into the examination hall for the benefit of any candidate, or of having managed otherwise to replace the answer book or its any page of the candidate after the examination, he shall be disqualified from appearing in any University examination for a period to be stated. The provisions of this Ordinance relating to the manner of imposition of penalty shall, in so far as they may be applicable, apply to the case of . such a person.

ORDINANCE VIII-E


Ord. VIII-E- 'Internal Assessment'

    1. The scheme for Internal Assessment shall be followed in the regular stream only, with exclusions as per the Appendix, and shall be applicable to the students admitted from the academic session 2003-04 onwards (i.e. to begin with for the first year students) in both undergraduate and post-graduate degree courses. This scheme of Internal Assessment shall not be applicable to the School of Correspondence Course and Continuing Education, Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board and Non-Formal Education Cell (formerly External Candidates Cell). The specific Ordinances pertaining to schemes of examinations of various courses shall stand amended, mutatis mutandis, to the extent of internal assessment as laid down in this Ordinance, subject to exclusions referred to above.
    2. Internal Assessment marks shall be shown separately in the Marks Sheet issued by the University and these marks shall be added to the annual/semester examination marks for determining the division of the student.
  1. 25% of the maximum marks in each paper in undergraduate courses shall be assigned for Internal Assessment and the remaining 75% marks for the annual/semester University Examination; the time duration and other modalities of the annual/ semester Examination with respect to this 75% component shall remain as per existing schemes of examination for various undergraduate courses.
      1. There shall be 10% weightage assigned to House Examinations to be conducted by each college, for all subjects in Pass course and B.Sc. (General) and all papers of the main Subject in Honours courses.
      2. The duration of each paper in the House Examination shall be the same as the duration in the University Examination. The maximum marks for each paper of the House Examination shall be 100 or the same as the maximum marks in the corresponding University Examination.
      3. The University reserves the right to scrutinize some or all the scripts of any paper in any course in a College during the period of retention of papers, Which duration shall be till declaration of results by the University, a copy of the question paper shall be sent to the Examination Branch of the University and the College shall maintain a proper record of the question papers of the House Examination.
      1. Each student shall be assessed on the basis of written assignments/tutorials as well as on the basis of project reports/term papers/seminars. There shall be 10% weightage for such written assignment; and project reports/presentations/term papers/seminars. Each student shall be given at least one written assignment per paper in each term, subject to a maximum of 12 written assignments per year for all the papers taken together.
      2. here the maximum marks in a paper are less than 100, for example 50 marks, the nature of written assignments/ tutorial work shall stand adjusted pari passu.
    1. There shall be 5% weightage for regularity in attending lectures and tutorials, and the credit for regularity in each paper, based on attendance, shall be as follows :
      More than 67% but less than 70% 1 marks
      70% or more but less than 75% 2 marks
      75% or more but less than 80% 3 marks
      80% or more but less than 85% 4 marks
      85% and above 5 marks

      [Medical certificates shall be excluded while calculating credit towards marks to be awarded for regularity, though such certificates shall continue to be taken into account for the purpose of calculating eligibility to appear for examinations as per the existing provisions of Ordinance VII.2.9.(a)(ii).]
    2. There shall be a Moderation Committee for Internal Assessment in each College, discipline-wise, which shall comprise of the senior most teacher in the department, the teacher-in-charge of the department and the previous teacher-in-charge of the department: provided that if, for any reason, the membership of the Committee falls below 3, the Principal of the college shall nominate suitable members from among the teachers of that department/college to fill the vacancies
  2. With the introduction of InternalAssessment, the maximum marks for the University Examination in each paper shall stand reduced accordingly.
  3. The promotion crieteria shall be as per the existing Ordinances for University Examinations, as applicable to respective courses. Inaddition,thesame criteria shall apply to the total of the University Examination and the Internal Assessment, taken together.
    1. There shall be a Monitoring Committee for Internal Assessment at the University level consisting of the Dean of Colleges as the Chairperson along with three other Deans one of whom shall be a member of the Executive Council, and the Controller of Examinations as Member-Secretary. The Committee shall monitor the receipt of Internal Assessment marks from various colleges and ensure timely compliance. If a College fails to submit the Internal Assessment marks in time, the University shall not declare the result for such a course in that College. The responsibility for non-declaration of the result of any course in the college in such circumstances will be solely that of the college.
    2. There shall be a Monitoring Committee for Internal Assessment in every College, which shall be chaired by the Principal of the College and will be made up of the Vice- Principal (and in case there is no Vice-Principal, the Bursar), Secretary Staff Council, and two senior faculty members to be nominated by the Principal. This Committee shall be responsible for the entire process of Internal Assessment in the College, including redressal of grievances, if any.
    1. In the case of students who repeat one or more paper(s), or all papers of Part I or Part II or Part III, the Internal Assessment marks shall be carried forward.
    2. In the following special cases, in lieu of Internal Assessment, students shall be awarded marks (for the previous yearsí papers) in the same proportion as the marks obtained in that paper in the University Examination :
      1. Students who migrate from other Universities to the University of Delhi in the IInd Year
      2. Students who fail in the Part I Examination of Honours Courses and join Pass/General Courses in the IInd year; and
      3. Students who transfer from 1st year Pass/General Courses to Honours Courses in the 2nd year.
    3. Students who migrate from non-formal streams in the University of Delhi (i.e. School of Correspondence Courses and Continuing Education, Non-Collegiate Women's Education Board and Non-Formal Education Cell, formerly External Candidates Cell) to the Regular stream and vice versa, shall carry as such the marks obtained in the preceding year(s).
  4. Tutorials shall be held regularly for the post-graduate courses of the University by the concerned Department in cooperation with Colleges; and at least 25% marks shall be assigned for Internal Assessment in each paper of the post-graduate courses. The Internal Assessment in the post-graduate courses may be based on regularity and attendance; class tests and house examination; and written assignments, projects/term papers/seminars/field- work. Post-graduate courses where the weightage of Internal Assessment is 25 per cent or more, Departments may continue with the existing schemes.
  5. In the case of a student who is selected as a member of the N.C.C. to participate in the annual N.C.C. Camps or is deputed to undertake Civil Defence work and allied duties, or in the case of a student who is enrolled in the National Service Scheme and is deputed to various public assignments by or with the approval of the Head of the institution concerned, or a student who is selected to participate in sports or other activities organized by the Inter-University Board or in national or international fixtures in games and sports approved by the Vice-Chancellor, or a student who is required to represent the University at the Inter-University Youth Festival, or a student who is required to participate in periodical training in the Territorial Army, or a student who is deputed by the College to take part in Inter-College sports, fixtures, debates, seminars, symposia or social work projects, or a student who is required to represent the College concerned in debates and other extra-curricular activities held in other Universities or such other activities approved by the Vice-Chancellor, the following provision will apply :
    1. A student in the categories listed above, will have to fulfil the requirement of written assignments and projects/term papers/seminars/field-work with the flexibility, however, that he/she may, if necessary, be allowed additional time for submission of written assignments
    2. A student in the categories listed above, who is unable to write the House Examination on account of his/her participation in such aforesaid activities, may be assessed by the College through an alternative mode in lieu of the House Examination. This may be done only in exceptional circumstances.
    3. A student in the categories listed above, will get the benefit of attendance for Internal Assessment for the classes missed as per the existing provisions of Ordinance VII.2.(9)(a)(i).
    1. The University reserves the right to review, and if necessary moderate the marks in Internal Assessment in any paper/ papers in any College/Department.
    2. The respective University Moderation Committees in each subject shall moderate, if necessary, the InternalAssessment marks across Colleges.

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# Name Designation
1 Dr. Roli Bansal Convenor
2 Dr. Padmasai Arora Member
3 Dr. Surender Singh Member
4 Mr. Subodh Pandit Member
5 Mr. Rishav Kumar, B.Com (H) 3rd Year Student Member
6 Ms. Shreya Bhatnagar, B.Sc (H) Computer Science, 2nd Year Student Member
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1 Dr. Deepak Srivastava Nodal Officer
The following Internal Complaints Committee for THE SEXUAL HARASSMENT OF WOMEN AT WORKPLACE (PREVENTION, PROHIBITION AND REDRESSAL) according to ACT 2013 has been constituted for a period of one year or till further orders, as detailed below:
# Name Designation
1 Dr. Arpana Sharma Convenor and Presiding Officer (asharma@keshav.du.ac.in)
2 Dr. Neha Sharma Teacher’s Representative
3 Dr. Bhavna Gupta Teacher’s Representative
4 Ms. Vishwambhara Rathore Student
5 Mr. Rishav Kumar Student
6 Mr. Mohit Dagar Student
7 Dr. Rittu Sethi Non-Teaching Staff Representative
8 Mr. An Singh Mehra Non-Teaching Staff Representative
9 Ms. Anisha Mathur Lawyer, External Member
# Name Designation
1 Ms. Meenakshi Nodal/ Liaison Officer-SC/ST Cell
2 Dr. Dhanpal Singh Nodal/ Liaison Officer –OBC Students
3 Dr. Deepak Srivastava Nodal/ Liaison Officer- PwD Students
4 Dr. Arpana Sharma Nodal Officer- North-East Students
5 Dr. Roli Bansal Nodal Officer- Girl Students; PMSSS, Mentor for J&K Students
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# Name Designation
1 Dr. Jasmeet Singh-C Convenor
2 Dr. Richa Sharma Member
3 Dr. Shalini Devi Member
4 Mr. Ravi Kumar Yadav Member
5 Dr. Surender Singh Member
6 Dr. Subodh Pandit Member