Mumbai University law students still waiting for new timetable for exams

The students have been left confused as the Mumbai University officials have been unprepared after the Bombay High Court stayed the new 60/40 paper pattern

SHARE


After recurring attempts from Mumbai University Law students, the Bombay High Court had stayed the ongoing 60/40 pattern of Mumbai University’s law examinations. Accordingly, the court had directed the University to conduct the examinations as per the old pattern and examine the papers in a similar way.

However, after receiving the relief from the court regarding the pattern, now the students have been left confused about the examination since the university seems to have no preparations to conduct the exams as per the traditional pattern. 

Earlier, the Student Law Council members stated that the students had approached Bombay HC, which had stayed the new 60/40 pattern for the ongoing semester. However, after which, the educational institution was supposed to prepare new papers, new timetable, give instructions about how the papers will be examined and on what basis, the students will receive marks. 

The university had released an announcement stating that the law examinations are set to begin November 15 onwards. However, after the decision by Bombay HC, the examinations were postponed by the university. But the university has provided no information about when the exams will be conducted or what will the basis of providing marks, which has left the students in a confused state,” said Sachin Pawar, Student Law Council President.

RELATED TOPICS
Latest News