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Mumbai University : Results 2017 for Undergraduate to be declared soon

Mumbai University : Results 2017 for Undergraduate to be declared soon
Written by Pallavi Parmar

Mumbai University results are now expected to declared on the undergraduate courses on 5th August. As per the directions that have been given by the Maharashtra Governor and Chancellor Ch Vidyasagar Rao of the Mumbai University is that they likely to be released the results of Undergraduate exams of this year on July 31. But according to the updates of the evaluation of papers by University is that there is almost 90 percent of the assessment that has been completed except commerce and law. The results of the 477 exams that have been conducted in the month of March and April this year are expected to release its results soon.

Although officials hopefully are expected to declare the results of Mumbai University Undergraduate courses on Monday. The deadline that has been set by the chancellor Ch Vidyasagar Rao has been quashed as per the reports there are around 3.25 lakh answer sheets that are yet to be evaluated. Students are getting anxious, Mumbai University has been shrouded with confusion and wrath of the students who are protesting against the delay in the results. Students who have appeared for the examination of Mumbai University Undergraduate courses can easily check their results on the official website of the University i.e., http://mu.ac.in. The website may get slow and might get crashed. So, in that case, students are urged to wait and try to check their results later.

On 4th July this month, the Governor ordered to the faculties for the declaration of the results by 31st July that was not possible as the 30% of the assessment was left on that time. And due to a new pattern of the evaluation of the exams online are responsible for the delay of the examination of Mumbai University this year.

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Pallavi Parmar

Journalism is my profession, Blogging and Writing are my passion, Travelling is my love, Food is my life and Feminist by nature.