Mumbai University: Law students express disappointment over delayed result

The law students have warned the Mumbai University’s administration to protest if their results are not announced soon.

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Mumbai University’s decision to evaluate the exam paper online has affected law students the most. Instead of announcing the result after 45 days of examinations, the date-sheet for the upcoming semester examination was carried out.

To this, the students have expressed their anger for the administration and the Student Law Council (SLC) has warned that if the results are not out in 7 days, they will protest against the administration.

Last year too, the law students had to wait - a long time - for their results and due to this, there were flaws in the result given to some students.

This time, it has been almost 100 days since the exams have got over and the results are not out yet. Thus, the students have decided to protest against the delayed announcement of results.

Head of the Student Law Council, Sachin Pawar told that the university has announced the dates for the upcoming examination but have not given us the result of the previous semester.  

In the previous academic year, the students faced huge trouble after the implementation of the online evolution of exams. Due to this, the Vice-Chancellor of Mumbai University had to resign. However, it seems that the university has not learned anything from its past experience.

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