A day after DNA reported about the University of Mumbai not having declared engineering students’ exam revaluation result, students from other streams claimed their plight was the same.
On Thursday, DNA reported how the varsity was to declare the revaluation result over a month after the result was due. While the exam was held in May this year, the result was due by the end of September.
Figures provided by the examination house state that more than 2,000 students from other streams have not got their revaluation results. A major chunk of them belongs to the law faculty with over 1,000 papers lying unchecked. Besides, dozens of BSc, BA, MSc and MMS students are also awaiting their results.
Over 70,000 students had applied for revaluation this year. Sources at the university said that officials were burning the midnight oil to clear results, with at least 2,000 papers being cleared daily.
A student, who had applied for the TYBA exam paper revaluation, said, “I appeared for my exam in March-April. Six months down the line, I am yet to get the revaluation result.”