The Delhi University has filed a letters patent appeal before the Delhi High Court against the order passed by a Single Judge Bench allowing online open book examination for final year students of Delhi University..Online open book examination for final year students of Delhi University began yesterday, August 10. .[BREAKING] Delhi HC gives nod to Online open book examination (OBE) for Delhi University final year students.The appeal, which will be listed before a Division Bench of the High Court, is directed against certain directions given by the Single Judge with respect to the constitution of a Committee under the aegis of a retired High Court judge, continued monitoring of OBE etc. .The order was passed by a Single Judge Bench of Justice Prathiba M Singh in a petition preferred by students against online OBE. .Late evening, counsel for the students, Advocate Akash Sinha took to Twitter to apprise the students of the development. .While steering away from challenging the UGC guidelines which made it compulsory for educational institutions to conduct a "time-bound" examination for final year students, counsel for the students had vehemently argued that OBE was in violation of their rights guaranteed under Articles 14, 16 and 21 of the Constitution of India..However, keeping in mind the enormous preparations that had undertaken by students for giving the online OBE, the Court deemed it appropriate to only concern itself with the manner in which online OBE could be streamlined. .It thus issued a slew of direction in the order and directed Delhi University to comply with them. .These directions included the constitution of a grievance committee under the aegis of Justice (retd) Pratibha Rani, simultaneous evaluation of answer sheets, increasing the time limit to write the examination for regular and PWD students, etc. .The appeal is likely to be listed before a Division Bench of Delhi High Court this week.