Almost four and a half lakh candidates of the final year in Mumbai University have been affected because of more than 2 months delay in Mumbai University Results. Following this, the University of Mumbai Vice-Chancellor Sanjay Deshmukh has disclosed the reason from his side. Saying due to a mix-up in answer sheets caused by “a nexus” that benefited from malpractices results are delayed.
Mumbai University Result 2018 News – Engineering, TYBSC
After a number of conflicts over Mumbai University Result Delay last year in 2017-18. It clearly seems, like Board of Controller of Examinations, Mumbai University will have to work little harder and smarter to publish Results Online on an official website. Official Website for Mumbai University Results is www.mu.ac.in. And, portal, where all courses names and Outcomes are mentioned, is http://mu.ac.in/portal/results/. Name of Courses includes – Arts, Commerce, Science, Law, Management, Architecture, Technology, Fine Arts, Pharmacy, B. Vocational and IDOL. Besides this, by visiting official website, applicants can also learn about – Tenders and Quotations, Announcements, Notifications, Circulars, Election Section, Information Under RTI, E-Learning Portal, NIRF Data, Telephone Directory, MUST Radio, UM – DAE CEBS, NAAC, National Portal of India, OER Economics, UGC-NET / Mah – SET and Careers.
Reply notice was named to Maharashtra Governor and Chancellor Ch Vidyasagar Rao. on Monday. Deshmukh also revealed that, in this tough time, he is not getting the support of the government. At the same time, students and government are continuously blaming Deshmukh for implementing the onscreen assessment process at not so right time.
MU V-C Deshmukh Disclosed Why Mumbai University Results Delayed
Mumbai University Results News: It was decided and notified by Chief Minister of Maharashtra that Mumbai University results will be out by 5th August 2018. The Minister said that of 17.50 lakh papers, 14 Lakh papers have been assessed but the result will not be issued unless all papers will be figured out.
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The Maharashtra Government admitted that the result declaration procedure is delaying due the adopted Online Assessment system for the online analysis of Answer Papers. The governor has positioned a deadline of 5th August for the final declaration of remaining 304 Results.
Mumbai University Results will be announced by 5th August: CM
The Chief Minister of Maharashtra, “Devendra Fadnavis”, replying to the issue raised by Nationalist Congress Party Legislator and former Deputy Chief Minister. “Ajit Pawar”. He said that the University had failed the deadline of 31st July set by Governor, “Ch Vidyasagar Rao” for the completion of Checking assessment and final publishing of results. Of 477 courses offered, Department had declared the Results of only 173 Programmes on Monday. He also added that the regular delaying in results is affecting the reputation of the University in the Country. Further delaying is also creating a problem for the students who want to pursue higher education in Abroad.
Fadnavis Said, Online Paper assessment system is a better method for analysis of Answer Papers. It has been adopted in almost all the countries of World. This method is also bringing transparency as papers are assessed by Online Method. He also informed Assembly that, 14 Lakh answer sheets have already been assessed and remaining 3 Lakh will be assessed shortly and the final result will be declared on 5th August 2018, according to Hindustan Times. He also informed that the government will make sure that the online assessment should be carried out in Phases smoothly.
The University will issue Certificates by 15th August for the candidates who want to go abroad to complete their advanced education.