The Grievance Redressal Committee constituted in connection with the online open-book examination (OBE) for final year Delhi Univeristy students has moved the Delhi High Court stating that the varsity has not been cooperating with its functioning. (Anupam & Ors vs Delhi University).The online OBE began from Monday, August 10..The matter was listed and heard by a Single Judge Bench of Justice Prathiba M Singh after court hours. Notice has been issued to the Delhi University. .[BREAKING] Delhi HC gives nod to Online open book examination (OBE) for Delhi University final year students.While giving its nod to the conduct of online OBE, the Court had set up a Grievance Redressal Committee (GRC) under the aegis of Justice (retd) Pratibha Rani. The other members of the Committee included Professor K. S. Rao; Professor Kavita Sharma; Senior Advocate BB Gupta and Advocate Kamal Gupta. .The GRC was directed to deal with all the grievances of the students in respect of downloading of question papers, uploading of answer sheets, technical glitches, delays in uploading and any other issues faced by students during the conduct of the OBE examinations. .The Delhi University was accordingly directed to handover the password for the grievance redressal email account to the Chairperson of the Committee i.e. Justice Rani. .Adequate arrangements were also directed to be made by the Dean (Examinations), Delhi University to enable the GRC to meet virtually or in his office..In its application before the Court, the GRC has sought to bring to the Court's notice that the Delhi University has not been complying with any of the directions issued by the Court, thus making it difficult for it to fulfill the responsibilities given to it. .It has now sought a direction to Delhi University to implement the order/directions passed by the High Court qua the GRC. .The counsel for the petitioner students, Advocate Akash Sinha and Shubham Saket supported the GRC's application and stated that the varsity has not been complying with the Court's order. .The matter would be heard next on August 14. .Interestingly, the Delhi University has already filed an appeal before the Delhi High Court against the order. .[BREAKING] Delhi University files appeal against order on online open book examination for final year DU students.The appeal, which would be listed before a Division Bench of the High Court, is directed against the directions issued by the single Judge while allowing OBE.