After three months, finally the Mumbai University (MU) finished assessing the papers of law students and is ready to declare the results. But due to some technical glitches in website, MU is unable to upload the results.
According to a report in Hindustan Times, on Wednesday, the Mumbai University officials prepared the results of six law examinations — fourth, fifth and sixth semester exams of three-year LLB course and eighth, ninth and tenth semester exams of five-year BLS LLB course. Earlier, MU had given a deadline of August 31, which will end today, and MU is yet to declare results for 33 of 477 exams.
Arjun Ghatule, in-charge director, board of examination and evaluation, MU, told Hindustan Times, “The university website is already running slow. It would be better if we are able to make the results available on the existing website. Otherwise we will upload them on a new website.”
Since Tuesday, Mumbai University’s website has been down, after results of sixth semester BCom results (which has the biggest batch of around 67,000 students) were uploaded. Due a large number of students trying to check their results, the website has started facing some technical glitches.
According to university officials, many of their staff and evaluators who got stuck in Mumbai University’s Kalina campus, due heavy rains on Tuesday, worked through the night as well as Wednesday, in an effort to complete the evaluation work.
Earlier, three petitions had been filed in Bombay High Court against Mumbai University for delaying results, in response to that MU had assured that all results will be declared by August 31, but currently it seems that MU is once again going to miss its deadline.