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Mumbai University Summer Examinations Set to Commence on March 22 – News18


In this exam cycle, a total of 540 tests will be administered to evaluate the knowledge and skills of students enrolled in these specific courses (Representative Image)

Mumbai University has rolled out the schedule of 299 exams out of which 69 are for humanities faculty, 57 for commerce and management etc.

The University of Mumbai (MU) has unveiled the schedule for its upcoming 299 summer exams. The examinations are set to kick off on March 22, with the commencement of the sixth semester BCom tests. Following this, BA and BSc papers are scheduled to begin on April 3. Notably, exams for the sixth semester BCom self-financed courses will be conducted starting from April 15. Additionally, a total of 98 exams are slated to be held under the interdisciplinary faculty.

Meanwhile, the varsity has rolled out the schedule of 299 exams out of which 69 are for humanities faculty, 57 for commerce and management, 75 for science and technology and the remaining 98 are for interdisciplinary. These exams will be conducted over the next few months. Reportedly, the exams will witness around 2 lakh students appearing for the same.

At the University of Mumbai (MU), the most populous courses among students are BA, BSc, and BCom. However, the specialised or self-financed courses within these faculties will commence later. Although the schedule for these courses has been announced, the University has not yet released the timetable for engineering and other programs. In this exam cycle, a total of 540 tests will be administered to evaluate the knowledge and skills of students enrolled in these specific courses, working towards obtaining degrees from the University.

Meanwhile, the upcoming summer session exams will be the first attempt for Pooja Raundale, who recently assumed charge as the university’s Director of the Board of Examination and Evaluation (BoEE). Speaking about the preparations being done ahead of the exams, Pooja said, “We have planned to conduct, assess and declare the results of summer exams in a timely manner,” as quoted by Times of India.

The new director’s statement comes given the frequent technical glitches and result delays due to which the varsity’s examination department often invites the wrath of the students.

One of the largest educational institutions in the world, Mumbai University currently has over 5 lakh students enrolled in the following courses on its campuses and affiliated colleges across the state.



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