Mumbai University on Tuesday released a helpline number and an email facility for all Mumbai University Students irrespective of their degree/fields. MU launched the helpline number to solve any student-related queries, due to current COVID-19 Pandemic.
On 8th May 2020, Uday Samant, Maharashtra’s Minister for Higher and Technical Education, announced that only final year examinations will be conducted for both UG & PG, after receiving the final report from the expert’s committee.
After all the announcements made, students may have doubts, confusions or questions related to examination and admission. The helpline facility will address all the examination and new admission related queries.
Students can call on +91 96190 34634 and +91 93737 00797 or can email your queries at [email protected]. Students pursuing their studies with the University’s Institute of Distance and Open Learning (IDOL) can write their queries at [email protected]. The helpline will be active between 11 am to 5 pm everyday.
MU launched the helpline numbers, to tackle the fake news and reports floating over various social media platforms. All such news is causing confusion and panic among students. Hence, students are advised to call the University’s helpline number for any queries related to examinations or admission or any other.
Meanwhile, the University is working on an action plan to tackle the issues for examinations and new admissions due to the COVID-19 pandemic. University will be declaring the action plan soon.
The University will conduct the final year for UG and PG between July 1 and July 30. There will also be a final year exam review meeting, during the period of 20-25th June.
Summary of 8th May Announcement
- All students except final year students will be promoted to next year.
- If students promoted to next year, wishes to improve their grades, they can give a re-exam for the same, in next semester.
- Students who are failing after this grading pattern will still be promoted to next semester. (but they will have to appear for the exam in which they have failed next year)
- ATKT students will also be promoted to the next semester. But they will have to appear for the KT Exams within 120 days for the respective KT Subjects in next term.
- The final year exam review meeting will happen during the period of 20-25th June.
- There are about 8 lakh final year students, from 13 public universities in Maharashtra.
- For Final Year Students practicals, the committee has suggested, “Marking students based on their journal submissions and oral exams in online mode.”
- All the 45 Days of lockdown will be considered as fully present while marking attendance for students.
- Summer vacation decision is left on the university.
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