Mumbai University recalls 3k LLB mark sheets, admissions hang in balance

As per the official spokesperson of Mumbai University, all the 3000 students will be given back their respective mark sheets within 8-10 days

Aditi AlurkarUpdated: Tuesday, November 01, 2022, 07:32 PM IST
article-image
Mumbai University | File Photo

Mumbai : University of Mumbai's LLB students are once again facing logistical glitches as the university has recalled almost 3,000 mark sheets that were distributed with incorrect PRNs or Permanent Registration Numbers to the final year graduates.

The PRN is a unique 16-digit code assigned to each student for the purpose of identification during the current course and registration for further admissions.

"The technical and printing team at Mumbai University has been hired on a contract basis, which is why it becomes difficult to hold them completely responsible for the errors," said Sachin Bansode, an LLM student at the university.

The error has Mumbai's fresh LLB graduates on the edge as their further studies hang in the balance until the university reproduces the mark sheets after correction.

"From question papers to a candidate's name on the mark sheet, the university sees several cases of recall and misprint each year. No other university will admit students if their mark sheet itself is riddled with errors," he added.

As per the official spokesperson of Mumbai University, all the 3000 students will be given back their respective mark sheets within 8-10 days.

(To receive our E-paper on whatsapp daily, please click here. To receive it on Telegram, please click here. We permit sharing of the paper's PDF on WhatsApp and other social media platforms.)

RECENT STORIES

CAT 2022: From cats to Jab We Met, candidates describe exam experience through memes; check here

CAT 2022: From cats to Jab We Met, candidates describe exam experience through memes; check here

Sonam Wangchuk, real-life Phunsukh Wangdu from 3 Idiots, bags Dr Paulos Mar Gregorios award

Sonam Wangchuk, real-life Phunsukh Wangdu from 3 Idiots, bags Dr Paulos Mar Gregorios award

Navy week: Over 4,000 students from across India visit ships in Mumbai

Navy week: Over 4,000 students from across India visit ships in Mumbai

NCP urges Maharashtra Govt to postpone BAMS, BHMS exams

NCP urges Maharashtra Govt to postpone BAMS, BHMS exams

UK PM's plan to restrict foreign students’ entry a setback: Varsities, Edu companies

UK PM's plan to restrict foreign students’ entry a setback: Varsities, Edu companies