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MU result mess: 10,000 papers yet to be evaluated

We will complete the revaluation of papers by September 19, the university officials said

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MU result mess: 10,000 papers yet to be evaluated
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Even after Mumbai University assured the Bombay high court that it would try to declare all results by September 19, close to 10 thousand papers were yet to be evaluated until Monday.

While around 6 thousand unevaluated papers belong to the commerce stream under the university's Institute of Distance and Open Learning (IDOL) programme, the remaining was a mixed bunch of various undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

We will complete the revaluation of papers by September 19, the university officials said. They said the delay was due to holidays.

"With the Ganpati vacations coming in between, the rate of assessment was very low.

Since most of the teachers have to take classes in colleges and departments, finding time for assessments was a little difficult. The number has however improved and we are hopeful that the evaluation work would be complete in a couple more days " said Arjun Ghatule, acting Director, Board of Examinations and Evaluation at the university.

"As per an ordinance of the university, the process of revaluation would only be done after a process of redressal in which it would be decided whether or not moderation of the paper is needed" added Ghatule. He said that while 34,000 students have applied for revaluation, close to 7000 have applied for a photocopy.

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