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Mumbai University results 2017: 90% answer sheets evaluated as deadline ends

The evaluation of 90% answer sheets of MU has been done so far, as the deadline, set by Chancellor and Governor C Vidyasagar Rao, to declare results of all examinations ends on Monday.

education Updated: Jul 31, 2017 14:46 IST
The evaluation of 90% answer sheets of MU has been done so far, as the deadline, set by Chancellor and Governor C Vidyasagar Rao, to declare results of all examinations ends on Monday.
The evaluation of 90% answer sheets of MU has been done so far, as the deadline, set by Chancellor and Governor C Vidyasagar Rao, to declare results of all examinations ends on Monday. (Hemant Padalkar/HT file)

The evaluation of 90% answer sheets of the Mumbai University (MU) has been done so far, as the deadline, set by Chancellor and Governor C Vidyasagar Rao, to declare results of all examinations ends on Monday.

Over three lakh answer sheets were yet to be assessed, according to a statement issued by the MU late last night.

“The Mumbai University has received the help of the universities of Nagpur, Pune, Aurangabad and Kolhapur, and the speed of the work has accelerated. Of the total 17,36,145 answer sheets, 90% have been evaluated and 3,25,305 answer sheets will be evaluated soon,” it said.

The Mumbai University has declared 153 results in various streams. The results under various branches that have been announced are: arts-78, technology-48, science-10, management-10 and commerce-seven, said the statement.

Except for commerce and law, most branches have reached between 90% and 98% completion of assessment, the communication said.

The Maharashtra government had on Friday ordered an inquiry against Mumbai University’s Vice Chancellor Sanjay Deshmukh over his role in implementing the new online assessment system, which has resulted in delay in declaration of examination results.

Minister of State for Higher Education Ravindra Waikar earlier told the Maharashtra Assembly that an inquiry will be initiated against Deshmukh about the manner in which the new assessment system was implemented.

It would also be probed that how tenders were floated in connection with implementing the decision.

The Mumbai Congress had also threatened to ‘gherao’ the university campus if it does not declare results of all examinations by July 31.

State Education Minister Vinod Tawde said in the House last week that while the inquiry committee will probe into the entire matter, the task before the government at present is to announce the results of exams of final year courses.

The government will take steps so that such a delay does not take place in next the session, he said.