Rao further directed the results of the all the 11,981 candidates, whose results are reserved, to be declared “expeditiously and on top priority”.
Board of examinations is deliberating on the issue, say officials
Due to delay results, the Mumbai University is now planning to cancel or cut short Diwali vacation for post-graduation students
MU has received as many as 22,275 applications for revaluation of papers and 4,920 applications seeking photocopies of the assessment papers, it said. The varsity said in its official communication that results of only eight disciplines are awaited as of today.
The chancellor’s office had anticipated a delay in results owing to the university’s decision to adopt an onscreen assessment process that would involve a time-consuming scanning of over 18 lakh answersheets. A
Repeated extension of admission dates due to delay by MU in declaring results; final round of admissions in November. The bigger worry that colleges have is that the number of students opting for law course admissions might be fewer.
Of 600 students, 350 have scored below 40 in at least 1 of the 4 subjects
A bench headed by Justice Anoop V Mohta was hearing a petition filed by law students seeking compensation of Rs 10 lakh for the loss of educational and employment opportunities because of the delay by the university in declaring results.
Mumbai University conducted 153, results for 151 had been declared, of the 47 exams for various courses offered for the BSc degree, results for 43 had been declared, and for the 50 exams conducted for BCom courses, results for 30 exams had been declared.”
“The website was working for some time during the day but has been down again. The problem is yet to be identified but prima facie appears to be a server connectivity issue,” said an official from the university.
Mumbai University has issued a circular to colleges stating that all results that have been withheld would be declared in the next 10 days, an official said.
Mumbai University TYBCom results 2017: The results have been announced for the fifth and sixth semesters of the course and about 79,823 students had appeared for the papers— 65,992 from semester 6 and 13,831 in semester 5.
While results of most BSc students were announced on July 31, the results of several students were to be released later for reasons like untraceable papers or missing credentials.
According to the petitioners, statutory rules mandate that the university must declare the result of any exam within 45 days of its completion and that all new academic sessions commence latest by August 1 each year.
“A very small portion of the law papers are yet to be assessed. We will be able to finish the assessment by Wednesday, or latest by Thursday,” said Vinayak Dalvi, a government-appointed officer on special duty responsible for the results