The results of various courses at Mumbai University (MU) are expected to be declared by August 31.
The varsity has informed the Bombay High Court that it was “making all endeavors” to ensure that the results for its undergraduate courses are declared on time.
The university’s counsel Rui Rodrigues told a bench of justices Anoop V Mohta and Bharati Dangre that all the teachers were working “round the clock” to complete assessment of answer papers.
Here’s what the bench of justices said:
- “We are trying our best to ensure that the results for all regular Bachelor of Arts, Sciences, and Commerce courses are declared by August 31.”The results for the final semester of all three-year and five-year LLB courses too should be declared by August 31. The results for the undergraduate distance learning courses, however, will be declared later,” Advocate Rodrigues said in a recent PTI report
- Furthermore, Advocate Rodrigues said that the varsity has also had set up a “special help desk” to assist those students who wished to apply to foreign universities for higher studies, but were facing difficulties due to absence of their undergraduate mark sheets
- “Three professors and the press relations officer from the university are helping students who wish to apply for higher studies. In such cases where the deadlines are imminent, the help-desk is ensuring that the papers of these students are immediately assessed, and the final marksheet printed,” Advocate Rodrigues added
Meanwhile, the varsity earlier this week released the results for semester five and six of the three-year Bachelor of Arts (TYBA) course on the official website, the link for which is mu.ac.in .
Earlier, HT reported, “Even after the results are uploaded on the website, some of the students may not be able to access their results. This is because, according to a varsity official, a few results are not ready yet.”
So far, the varsity has declared the results of 374 out of 477 examinations held in the first half of the year.
About the University:
The University was established in 1857. It offers Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral courses, as well as diplomas and certificates in many disciplines.