MU 3rd year law exam: A day for exams, students wait for hall tickets | Rare Techy
While the fifth semester exams are set to begin from Tuesday (November 29), third-year law students of Mumbai University (MU)-affiliated colleges are yet to receive hall tickets.
HT had earlier reported about colleges unable to upload students’ academic records due to technical glitches in the MU portal.
Colleges said they have been trying to upload data for the past 25 days but could not go further due to technical glitches. For three years, law colleges conduct examinations from semesters 1 to 4 and upload all data on the university portal maintained by MKCL.
This is due to a misunderstanding between MU and the college authorities as a result of the pain these students have to go through. Adv. Mumbai Congress spokesperson Dhanjay Junnarkar. I have written to Chief Minister Eknath Shinde in this regard and demanded the suspension of the officials responsible.
On Friday, MU issued an official response on the law exam, saying, “Semester 5 exams in law colleges begin on November 29. Admit cards for the said exam have been distributed from November 23. Hall tickets for the said exam have been distributed from November 23. Some colleges have failed to fill the student data on time. The process of issuing hall tickets is going on.Even though the server of the university is not down, the winter session exams have started. November 4, Hall tickets have been made available to more than one lakh students till date. All the students will be issued admit cards for the exam, which will be held on the scheduled date as well.