The case is especially worse for post-graduate students as some of them are still struggling with admissions and new classes.
Mumbai: The University of Mumbai (MU) has issued a circular asking its undergraduate and post-graduate students to fill the examination forms for their upcoming semester-end examinations, which are to be held in November, despite the fact that some of these students are yet to get their previous semester results.
In the circular, the university has mentioned the last day of the fee payment to be Tuesday along with listing the fines ranging from Rs 100 to Rs 500 to be charged upon missing the deadline. However, the students are confused as it is mandatory for them to submit the mark sheets of previous semesters in order to fill the examination form, which some of the students can’t do as they don’t have their mark sheets in hand. At the same time, if the students fail to fill the form within the deadline, they would have to pay the fines. The case is especially worse for post-graduate students as some of them are still struggling with admissions and new classes.
These students had given their previous semester examination in the months of March and April, but haven’t received the results till now, due to the result mess that had struck the varsity this year.
The students who are suffering because of the delay in results belong to colleges affiliated to the varsity and are pursuing science, commerce, arts, law, management and technology courses.