Mumbai University Examination : For the past few years, Mumbai University examinations have been equated with chaos. This year too, there has been confusion over the hall ticket for the Commerce Branch (TYBCom.) examination of the University of Mumbai. There is no exam time, nor exam date on the hall ticket, so students are confused. Mumbai University has now clarified this confusion. Mumbai University has said that the hall ticket given to the students is temporary and soon they will issue the hall ticket along with the schedule."text-align: justify;">Mumbai University while clarifying the hall ticket confusion said that these exam admit cards are temporary. Admit cards along with time table will be available to students soon. For the first time this year, Mumbai University has released the admit cards for the examination two months in advance for the convenience of the students. These temporary admit cards have been issued to the students with the aim of making corrections in the name of the students, the subjects taken by them and any other corrections.
The university has said that an instruction has been given on the admit card that these admit cards are temporary and after the time table is published, the time table will be displayed on the admit card of the examination. Accordingly, the admit cards along with the time table will soon be available to the students. Also, the university administration said that the seating arrangement is also temporary and the definite seating arrangement will be displayed in the next few days.
However, with only four to five days left for the examination, the students have to give new hall tickets to the students. Therefore, if there is confusion again in the face of the exam, the question is being raised as to whose responsibility it is if the students suffer.
What’s the matter?
There was an allegation of confusion before the start of Mumbai University’s commerce course exams. Neither the time nor the date of the exam, nor the proper planning of the seating arrangement is given on the hall ticket. The Yuva Sena Thackeray group had demanded that the university should make proper planning of the examination immediately. Mumbai University commerce department sixth semester exam is starting from April 6.
The examination center of Yashbhai Maganbhai Patel College located in Goregaon West has a seating capacity of 300 students to appear for the examination. However, 2000 students have been given examination center of this college. After Thackeray group’s Yuva Sena brought this matter to the notice, the process of changing the exam center of 1700 students has been started in time.
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