As a part of Mumbai University admission process for the current academic year, the Mumbai University 2019 merit list, MU merit list 2019 was published on the University’s official website mu.ac.in.
Students will now be granted full marks worth the wrong question or out-of-syllabus question if the paper setter and University of Mumbai agrees with error
According to a letter written by students to the authorities of Pillai College of Engineering in Panvel on May 29, questions worth 58 marks out of 100 were asked from a single chapter of Wireless Network, while another chapter didn’t find a mention in the question paper.
A total of 50,708 students appeared for the third year exams, which were conducted from 3 April to April 25. The result was declared within 30 days from the conclusion of the third-year exams, including Sundays and public holidays.
In an attempt to complete the online assessment of summer semester examinations on time, the Mumbai University (MU) have taken on more teachers for paper corrections.
Courtesy : Vinayak Singh
The Big Data Analytics paper of the eighth-semester bachelor of engineering IT examination appears to be an exact replica of the repeat examination of the same subject held in December during the previous semester.
Those planning to pursue accounting and finance, management studies and hospitality after Class 12 can rejoice, as colleges affiliated to the University of Mumbai (MU) are looking to add more seats to these courses.
The Mumbai University has dropped a 10-mark question from the storage network management and retrieval (SNMR) paper meant for semester VIII Information Technology students for being outside the syllabus
With poor demand forcing engineering colleges to reduce seats in mechanical and civil streams, there will be 2.21 lakh fewer seats in diploma, undergraduate or postgraduate courses across the country in 2019-20.
In a first, the University of Mumbai (MU) has allowed a student with a form of learning disability (LD) to take his semester examination on a computer, instead of using pen-and-paper.
Final year BE (information technology) students from Mumbai University have claimed three questions carrying 10 marks each in their Storage Network Management and Retrieval paper, held on May 14, were from the old syllabus.
As many as 30% questions in a recent Bachelor of Engineering in Information Technology (BE IT) paper of the University of Mumbai (MU) were out- of- syllabus, students have complained.
"For more than 300 examinations we conduct, the University has to assess less than 100 papers for each... Now, we have appointed one person to ensure that for the examinations, the results are announced on time," Vice-Chancellor Dr Suhas Pednekar said.
Students and teachers of University of Mumbai (MU)-affiliated non-professional degree colleges will get a shorter summer vacation as the new academic year 2019-20 will begin 12 days earlier, on June 6.
For the past three years, the MU’s on-screen marking (OSM) system is facing a range of issues – delays in uploading scanned answer booklets leading to delays in assessment; exams and assessment work stretching for months, eventually eating into teachers’ vacations and absence of punitive action against teachers who haven’t managed to assess a single paper in the past three years, to name a few.
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The School of Engineering and Applied Science will offer MTech in computer engineering, artificial intelligence, chemical engineering and transportation engineering. It will also offer MSc in oceanography.
Over 50,000 students are appearing for semester examinations which have begun from Wednesday. Teachers have been given a deadline of around 30 days to complete the online assessment.
Around a 100 teachers affiliated with the Mumbai University (MU) have protested the university’s decision to scrap their vacations for examinations and paper assessment.
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