BCom results declared
The long wait for the students of third-year Bachelor of Commerce (TYBCom) finally ended on Saturday evening with the University of Mumbai putting up the results on the website.mumbai Updated: Jul 25, 2010 01:28 IST
The long wait for the students of third-year Bachelor of Commerce (TYBCom) finally ended on Saturday evening with the University of Mumbai putting up the results on the website.
The overall pass percentage is 63.67 per cent this year.
"I am relieved that the results are finally out but I am eager to know my marks. The website only displays the class we have obtained," said Farheen Mukaddam (20) who secured a first class.
"It has been a very long wait, as the exams were delayed and then the results were delayed," she added.
Hrishikesh Samant of RA Podar College at Matunga stood first with 92 per cent, according to the official press release.
Upasana Desai and Rinki Shah, students of NM College at Vile Parle secured the second and third rank with 91.71 per cent and 91.29 per cent respectively.
Eighteen girls and five boys occupied the top 10 positions.
Around 76,254 students appeared for the TYBCom exams in March this year. While 21,579 students passed in first class, 17,680 cleared the exams in second class and 6,573 students in pass class.
Some students, however, complained that the university's website was inaccessible. Others were anxious as the website took a long time to open.
The computerised mark sheet, officially called the 'result gazette', will be sent to colleges by July 26.
"After sending the gazette, we need at least two days to print the mark sheets and passing certificates. They will be available with the colleges by July 28," said Vilas Shinde, controller of examinations.
Students had spent many tense moments last week with rumours that the results had been declared online.
The results have come after a delay of more than a month. University officials had claimed that the teachers had not been reporting for assessment.
The TYBCom examinations ended on April 27.
According to university guidelines, the results should have been declared within 30 or 45 days.