After the Mumbai University failed to meet the deadline set by Governor Ch Vidyasagar Rao to declare the results, reports suggest that a senior official from the University of Mumbai has said that all the results will be out by August 5.
Earlier, Maharashtra Governor and Chancellor of University of Mumbai, Rao, had asked the VC Dr Sanjay Deshmukh to accelerate the work of answer paper so that all the results could be out by July 31.
While speaking to PTI, a senior official from MU said, “Mostly all results will be declared by August 5. The process of declaring results is on continually.”
The official asserted that by now, results of around 173 courses have been declared, highlighting that around 90,000 answer sheets are yet to be evaluated.
A total 2.9 lakh answer sheets are yet to be assessed and about 1 lakh need to be moderated. The Saturday’s count of answer sheets, which was 2.7 lakh, went up as several miscellaneous folders were now loading up in the system.
Firing cannons on the Maharashtra government over the issue, Aaditya Thackeray, Yuva Sena chief put out a number of tweets from his handle alleging that the Maharashtra government has played with the future of students.
Commenting on the incident, the appeared students said that the delay in results have left them hanging as they delay might cause him loss of seats in foreign courses and jobs as well.
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