Following a two-year gap in light of the Covid-19 pandemic, physical mode examinations for Delhi University resumed on Wednesday. Delhi University Dean of Examination DS Rawat said that more than 29,500 students sat for the examination for about 40 papers held in the morning. Delhi University’s School of Open Learning conducted examinations for three exams on Wednesday morning. He further informed, “The exams for the majority of the courses have begun. This is after two years that the university is holding a physical mode of examination. “Proper arrangements have been made.” He also said that examinations for undergraduate students are being conducted in two sessions in the day, and that for 66 papers, examinations are going to be held in the evening for which 23,684 students are expected to appear.