GOVERNOR SETS JULY 31AS LAST DATE FOR RESULT DECLARATION
Maharashtra Governor C Vidyasagar Rao directs Vice Chancellor Sanjay Deshmukh to declare the results of the undergraduate and graduate exams of the University of Mumbai, no later than July 31.
Recognizing the gap between the end of the final exams and the presentation of results, the governor – also Chancellor of the university – Tuesday chaired a meeting at his residence in Raj Bhavan with senior executives.
Rao asked the VC to concentrate all available human resources to meet the deadline and also to send to the state government and the office daily progress reports from the governor of the real-time income statement.
According to article 89 of the Maharashtra Public Universities Law, the University must report its findings within 30 days, but not later than 45 days after an examination.
The exams, which began in March and were completed in May. A student at Dahanukar University, Vile Parle, who gave his third year accounting and financial matriculation exams, said: “My opinion began in the third week of April and ended on April 26 and the result of my Is still nowhere in the mind. ”
The governor noted that of the 477 tests conducted by the university, only 51 test results were reported. Of the 51, only 23 outcomes were reported in the 30 days, while the results of 18 were reported within 45 days. The others still have to leave.
“Noting the reports from various sources about the excessive delay in reporting the results, the governor said that delay in reporting the results could hinder the students’ career,” read the press release Raj Bhavan.
The head of the secretary of higher education and technical Sitaram Kunte has been invited to organize a government to review progress in real time and inform the State and Chancellor.
University Registrar MA Khan said: “We have rectified many technical shortcomings” He said that in addition to increasing the number of reviewers from 2 200-10 000, the university team also plans to create micro evaluation centers at several universities.