Mumbai University jeopardises physically challenged student’s career

Prathamesh Kondekar wants to pursue his career in accounting and has to take admission for JDC course but cannot do so as his result is still pending


It seems Mumbai University does not spare anyone from its wrath. Right after messing up the online assessment, M.Com student Prathamesh Kondekar is pursuing his education from Institute of Distance and Open Learning (IDOL) and was marked absent in the examination. 

Even after appearing for the exams, he was declared absent

Prathamesh appeared for four exams of M.Com- 2 on May 19 and 29. However, though he appeared for exams, he was declared absent. To prove varsity officials wrong, he submitted all of his proofs at the university, yet the officials have not declared his result.

Prathamaesh wants to pursue his career in accounting for which he wants to take an admission in JDC course. But the admission process will go on until December end and because his result is pending, he cannot take admission. I am really worried about his career,” Praful Kondekar, Father.

Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) member Aniket Ovhal said that if MU fails to declare Prathamesh’s result, they will protest against MU.

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