THE UNIVERSITY of Mumbai will Wednesday finally get a permanent Controller of Examination after almost a year. A scrutiny committee headed by Vice-Chancellor Sanjay Deshmukh will finalise the appointment after interviewing 10 candidates for the post at the Fort campus.
The post has not been occupied by a full-time official since August last year. Currently, Deepak Wasave holds the position as an in-charge.
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This time, the university has received 13 applications and sources said deputy Registrar Dinesh Kamble and former CoE Vilas Shinde have made it to the shortlist.
The Maharashtra Navnirman Vidyarthi Sena has, however, objected to the candidacy of Shinde, who had held the position in 2011. The MNVS has written to the VC, listing its objection.