The conflicts are to be sorted out by the colleges, as per the Delhi University administration. They have decentralised the evaluation process for the foundation and applied language courses under the four-year undergraduate programme (FYUP). Students must submit their grievance applications to their colleges.
Delhi University said in a notification that, "consequent upon the implementation of the FYUP all colleges will set up an in-house grievance redressal mechanism for resolving the discrepancies related to the foundation and applied language courses".
If students have any doubts or discrepancies, they are to submit their applications to colleges, according to the dean of examinations, Rup Lal. The principals will send the applications to the examination wing within a month's time considered from the date of declaration of the results for giving any further notifications.
The university's exam branch were dealing with these matters earlier as it was a centralised system then. After FYUP was introduced the university has passed over the responsibility to the colleges to deal with evaluation of the foundation and applied courses. The students' answer scripts are now evaluated by the colleges.
Lal said, "As the evaluation is done at the college level, it is logical that in case of any grievances students should go to the colleges which can address it directly. After rectification, the colleges will pass the details on to the university for corrections in the final results."