University of Mumbai declares law final-sem results with 98% success rate
The success rate of semester-10 students stands at 97.36% while that of semester 6 students is 98.62%, the university stated in a press release.
Keeping up the streak of unprecedented results, the University of Mumbai (MU) on Thursday announced results for semesters 10 and six of the five-year and three-year law courses, respectively. The success rate of semester-10 students stands at 97.36% while that of semester 6 students is 98.62%, MU stated in a press release.
“Of the 1,563 students who appeared for semester-10 exams, 1,331 passed with first class and above scores and only 25 students have failed. Of the 5,297 students who appeared for semester-six exams, 4,154 passed with first class and above while 72 failed the exam,” said the statement released by MU. These exams were held virtually by colleges in May this year.
While students had every reason to rejoice, colleges once again attributed the high success rate to exams being held in multiple-choice questions (MCQs) format. “Last year, the success rate of law students was 96% and this year it is 98%. Students are scoring 100 out of 100 in subjects which was otherwise unheard of earlier. Almost every college is boasting of at least one or more student with perfect scores in final-year law this year,” said the principal of a suburban law college, on condition of anonymity.