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Delhi High Court Constitutes a Committee to decide on the process of issuing digital degree certificates to Students [READ ORDER]

Lawstreet Journal 6 Aug 2020 1:37am

Image courtesy: Lawstreet Journal Judiciary Delhi High Court Constitutes a Committee to decide on the process of issuing digital degree certificates to Students [READ ORDER]

A petition was filed on 22nd July, 2020 in which the Delhi University was supposed to make alternative arrangements for issuing degree, mark sheets and transcripts digitally in this COVID-19 pandemic long with digital signatures and security features. On 23rd July, 2020 DU was directed to place on record the mechanism/protocol devised for issuance of digital degree certificates and other documents.

Another petition was filed by the doctors who graduated their MBBS course in the year 2018-2019 from DU reflecting the struggle faced by them to get their original degree certificates released. The reason given by the Du for delay in issuance of certificates was non-availability of paper and the contract with the printer had expired.

This case was heard through video conferencing where the Dean of Examinations and the Joint Director, Delhi University Computer Centre (DUCC) were also requested to join. The DU filed an Affidavit in which the system adopted by DU for obtaining degree through online process was explained. First, the candidates needs to register on the online system and then login. Then he/she need to fill the required information and shall receive a confirmation email for the same. After they fill the required information the examination branch will verify it and will generate a soft copy of the degree with required signature of the competent authority. The digital certificate will be mailed to the candidate and will be verified digitally.

The name of the online portal was not specified and the portal also states that the certificate would be issued in… Continue Reading...

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