Mumbai University: Results of 20 Regular, Backlog Online Exams Declared

Durgesh Rai Durgesh Rai
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MUMBAI: Mumbai University has declared the results for 20 regular and backlog exams on October 23, 2020. Students can check their results on the official website.

Mumbai University- [MU] conducted the semester exam and backlog exams for the session 2019-20. The results were announced on October 23, 2020. Around 24,500 students appeared for the exams amidst the pandemic situation.

The online exams started from September 25, 2020 and most of the students were from the previous batch to clear the back papers. Semester V exams were conducted for the final year students.

MU University 2020: Regular Backlog Exams Important Dates

Commencement of ExamSeptember 25, 2020
Release of ResultsOctober 23, 2020

Also read: Mumbai University Admission 2020

Around 25,000 students registered for the exams and 94.4% students cleared the exam. The affiliated colleges have released the marksheets for the same.

Director, Vinod Patil said that the marks have been uploaded in the university portal dedicated for the results section.

The Institute of Distance and Open Learning has also released the list of students who have not appeared for the mock test. The students were appealed by the colleges to practice the mock test which was held for four days.

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Mumbai University

Mumbai University has expanded its campus to different locations in Mumbai i.e. Suburban Mumbai and Kalina.

Mumbai University offers both regular and distance education to its students in all streams. It has been accredited with NAAC and approved by UGC. The state university is affiliated with 781 colleges in Mumbai.

The university also conducts entrance tests for management programs every year. The test is used to offer admission by the affiliated colleges to Mumbai University.

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