Mumbai University has postponed the results date for the sixth time. Now MU is facing allegation from the high court. The high court has order MU University to explain the reasons for delay of results. Since the results of students are interlinked with the state, common entrance exam Varsity results are expected to be released soon.
Explaining the criticisms University counsel Rui Rodrigues conveyed that due to recent floods and Ganesh Visarjan have created a delay in the assessment of papers. Many of the lecturers were on leave to attend Ganesh Pooja, but now they are back to work for assessment of papers. He requested Bombay high court to provide them time till September 6th.
Rodrigues informed that have completed their TYBCom, LLB third and fifth-year papers assessment and upload of results in the website www.mu.ac.in is pending, and that will be done, and results will be out today. He informed, “153 exams directed for various Arts courses, results for 151 had been circulated, of the 47 exams for various courses proposed for the BSc degree, results for 43 had been announced, and for the 50 exams conducted for BCom courses, results for 30 exams had been declared.”
“The heavy rains on Tuesday resulted in power scarcity and disrupted Internet connectivity because of which our server failed and the results could not be uploaded. However, we have outsourced the work to another server and results should be declared by this nightfall,” Rodrigues explained.
Since still there is a delay in the release of MU results they requested CET cell to extend the dates for the application of entrance test so that the students will not get affected by the circumstances. Already CET cell has extended its dates from August 31 to September 5. Now the court asked the council that “further extension of the deadline will be difficult” but to take the decision keeping the student’s career and interest in mind. Court also asked them to extend the three years University’s law courses application date to September 6th.
“Several students are impotent to secure admissions to law colleges of their choice in the absence of their undergraduate mark sheets. You must consider their helplessness. Besides, your (CET) deadline always rests on the basis that the university will declare its results by a given date. If that date is not fixed, then how can you fix a deadline?” the bench conveyed.
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