Mumbai University VC sacked after online assessment mayhem

Sanjay Deshmukh becomes the first VC to be sacked in the history of Mumbai University

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Maharashtra Governor and Mumbai University Chancellor CH Vidyasagar Rao on Tuesday sacked Sanjay Deshmukh as the vice-chancellor of the institution as the university messed up with digital assessment this year which led to delayed results.

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Thousands of students went through a lot of stress as the University wrecked havoc.

Raj Bhavan released a press statement saying "Today, the Governor and Chancellor of University of Mumbai CH Vidyasagar Rao, in exercise of the powers conferred upon him under Section 11(14)(e) of the Maharashtra Public Universities Act, 2016 removed Dr Sanjay Deshmukh from the office of the Vice-Chancellor, University of Mumbai for his gross negligence and failure in implementing the On-Screen Marking system, to declare the results of examinations held in Summer-2017 within the time limit prescribed in the Act and for his failure to comply with the directions issued by the Chancellor from time to time, regarding early declaration of results."

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Sanjay Deshmukh becomes the first VC to be sacked in the history of Mumbai University.

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