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MU yet to declare results of 95 summer exams

THE ASIAN AGE.
Published : Nov 3, 2017, 1:11 am IST
Updated : Nov 3, 2017, 1:11 am IST

Sources said that very few assessors are available to assess papers because of the Diwali vacations.

File picture of MU students protesting against the delay in declaration of summer exam results.
 File picture of MU students protesting against the delay in declaration of summer exam results.

Mumbai: At a time when the Mumbai University (MU) is planning a “smooth” assessment of the ongoing winter examinations, it has emerged that nearly 95 summer examination results of students are yet to be declared. The summer exams were conducted in April and May.

The university claims that these papers have remained unidentified due to errors such as incorrect filling of mandatory information (seat numbers and question paper codes).

 

It also claims that some kind of “tampering” has been done on the barcode sticker by students owing to which it cannot be scanned by the system.  

In-charge controller of examinations and evaluation, Dr Arjun Ghatule, said, “Initially, around 2,000 were unidentified but it has now come down to 95.”

“We are trying our best but it’s difficult for these papers to be identified without seat numbers of question paper codes. We are still trying and will soon find out,” he further said.

Apart from the missing papers, of the 52,000 students who had applied for re-evaluation of their answer papers, results of 27,170 are still to be declared.

 

Sources said that very few assessors are available to assess papers because of the Diwali vacations.

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