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Mumbai university may miss NAAC grade yet again
It has been almost six weeks since MU submitted its self-study report (SSR) to the NAAC committee, but there has been no response from the officials.
Final year last semester examinations likely to be conducted via online mode: Mumbai University
Degree colleges and universities are vouching for online examinations for upcoming summer semester examinations in the wake of rising coronavirus cases in Mumbai.
45.3% Mumbai university students passed after re-evaluation in 2018: RTI data
Almost 45.3% students, who applied for re-evaluation at the University of Mumbai (MU), passed after getting their results re-evaluated in 2018, shows data received under the Right to Information (RTI) Act.
Results of BCom, BA and BSc semester 5 exams to be declared in the next five days: Mumbai University
Pending results of winter semester 5 examinations of Bachelor of Commerce (BCom), Arts (BA) and Science (BSc) programmes will be announced in the next five days, revealed sources of the University of Mumbai (MU).
Hold summer exams only in online mode: Students to Mumbai University VC
In a letter addressed to MU VC Suhas Pednekar, students of colleges affiliated to the university have their raised concerns about offline exams.
University of Mumbai says online exams likely
MU’s pro-vice chancellor Ravindra Kulkarni said that while the final decision is likely to be taken within the month, an online examination would be in the best interest of the students’ safety.
Mumbai University Exams 2021: MU directs affiliated colleges to complete PG first semester exams by March 10
Mumbai University Exams 2021 for PG courses should be completed by March 10, directed by Mumbai University to its affiliated colleges. The scores should be uploaded on the university portal within five days.
Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mum colleges may not reopen soon
Colleges in Mumbai, Thane and Navi Mumbai are unlikely to get a go-ahead from the local municipal bodies to reopen their campuses after the recent surge in Covid cases, said principals. The BMC was expected to give a feedback to Mumbai University by this weekend.
Some colleges start practical classes, others unsure as Covid-19 cases rise
The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is yet to announce Covid-19 protocol for colleges to reopen. Meanwhile, some colleges have reopened partially for final-year students.
Affiliated colleges in districts other than Mumbai can reopen, says MU
Two days after the University of Mumbai (MU) released a circular directing affiliated colleges in the city to postpone reopening until February 22, officials released another circular late on Sunday, stating all affiliated colleges — barring those in Mumbai city and suburbs — can reopen starting February 16
Will university exams in Maharashtra be held online?
Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown disrupted the exam schedule in India in 2020. Even in Maharashtra the university exams were cancelled except for the students of final year. Final year students appeared for the exams online.
Maharashtra varsity exams to have online-offline mode option: Samant
Amid the coronavirus outbreak, university examinations in Maharashtra will be through online as well offline modes for the convenience of students, state higher and technical education minister Uday Samant said here on Saturday.
MU colleges in Mumbai will stay online till February 22
Two days before colleges were scheduled to reopen, the University of Mumbai (MU) on Saturday released a circular informing its affiliated colleges to continue online classes till February 22
SQL Certification Drive (Basics & Advanced Level) for Mumbai Unversity Students
Exam will be conduct online and all further instructions, account creation etc instructions will be given upon registration via email and WhatsApp in this virtual lockdown time.
Colleges in Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane won’t open next week
College campuses in Mumbai, Thane and Navi Mumbai will not reopen on Monday. In a letter to Mumbai University, BMC said it will take a decision by February 22 after reviewing the impact of throwing open local trains to all on Covid-19 cases in the city.
Mumbai: Sudden spike in coronavirus cases reported after resumption of local trains
A recent spike in coronavirus cases in Mumbai has many wondering if the rising number of commuters in local trains is responsible for it.
Mumbai colleges await final word from local bodies before reopening
According to the reopening guidelines shared by the University of Mumbai (MU) on February 5, colleges should get permission from the local collectors office and as yet, no such intimation has been received by any college.
Continue online classes or allow peak-hour train travel, say teachers and students
Days after the University of Mumbai (MU) released a circular with various guidelines for affiliated colleges to follow once colleges reopen from February 15, teachers and students have said resuming on-campus lectures is not feasible if they are not allowed to travel by train during peak hours.
Affiliated colleges can reopen after consulting local administration: Mumbai University
Mumbai University directed that affiliated colleges can reopen campuses, after consulting local district collectors and disaster management. Colleges must follow UGC guidelines. “Colleges can only open for half the student population and will have to call them on rotation. Physical and online classes will have to be conducted,” said a principal of a Ratnagiri college.
final-year students for physical class; online class for rest: Mumbai university
State universities and colleges can reopen starting February 15 with not more than 50% attendance on campus at any given time, the University of Mumbai (MU), on Friday, released a circular along with guidelines to be followed.
Travel, safety are major issues in reopening Mumbai colleges from February 15
The decision of the state department of higher and technical education, to reopen colleges with 50% capacity starting February 15, has invited mixed reactions both, from colleges and students
Maharashtra colleges and universities to reopen from Feb 15
Uday Samant has announced that Maharashtra colleges and universities will be reopening with 50% attendance from February 15.
Decision on reopening of colleges likely in next four days: Uday Samant
Wait seems to be over for students to physically attend colleges and universities in Maharashtra. Higher and Technical Education Minister Uday Samant, on Tuesday, said that the vice-chancellors of all the universities are positive about reopening the universities and colleges as COVID-19 cases are declining and there are less number of deaths.
Maharashtra: Reopened colleges may run e-classes for 50% of students
Even if college campuses reopen in the state, online classes will have to continue for 50% of the students to ensure social distancing norms are strictly followed. Outstation candidates may be allowed to return to their hostels, but probably only those who have practicals. The final exams can be taken in both online and offline modes.
Maharashtra govt may reopen colleges soon; Samant meets Koshyari after criticism
The state government is likely to restart offline lectures in colleges and universities soon, said Uday Samant, higher and technical education minister on Sunday, after meeting the Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari
State mum on reopening of colleges and varsities
Despite repeated appeals, there has been no direction on offline reopening of degree colleges and universities from the state higher and technical education department. Degree colleges affiliated to the University of Mumbai (MU) were planning to reopen offline lectures from Monday but the state government has not issued any guidelines.
Convocation of Mumbai University on February 1
According to sources, the convocation ceremony of the University of Mumbai for the academic year 2020 will be held on February 1, 2021.
Decision on re-opening colleges in Maharashtra by January-end: Uday Samant
Maharashtra higher and technical education minister Uday Samant said the state government will take a decision by January-end about reopening colleges with 50 per cent capacity.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) Certification Drive
Artificial Intelligence Basics and Advanced level Certification Drive exam is scheduled on 30th and 31st JAN Sat and Sunday.
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Students, teachers seek govt clarity on offline lectures and train services
Students and professors of degree colleges affiliated to the University of Mumbai (MU) are awaiting a decision regarding reopening of offline lectures from the state government and state higher and technical education department.