As colleges have failed to submit internal marks, leaving varsity with no option but to keep results on hold
Thanks to five of Mumbai’s popular colleges not submitting the internal assessment marks, Mumbai University could not declare results for about 1,000 TYBCom students.
Four of these five colleges happen to be M.V.L.U College (Andheri West), Lords College (Malad East), G.R Patil College (Dombivali) and Dr Ambedkar College (Wadala).
As matters stand, the teachers strike had already created too many uncertainties. It is not known why the five colleges had failed to submit the internal marks to the Mumbai University (MU), which had no option but to keep the results of the 1,000 students on hold, while declaring the results of the remaining 71,420 students.
The ADC spoke to Dr Madhu Nair, Dean of Commerce, MU, who said, “Amongst the five colleges that had not submitted the marks, three gave us the marks only yesterday, while two have still to send the inputs to us.”
When contacted, Dr Padma Deshmukh, Controller of Examinations, MU, said “I cannot say anything on this issue at this moment.”
The ADC then spoke to Dr Nareshchandra, Pro Vice Chancellor, MU, who said, “As the colleges had delayed submission of the internal marks, the results of as many as 1,000 students have been put on hold. The MU will be taking strict action against the colleges that have made the students suffer for nothing. The MU is looking into the issue seriously.”