Mumbai University Exams 2022: As per the updates, Mumbai University has stated that it will conduct undergraduate and postgraduate course exams in offline mode. While the exams for regular students will be conducted offline, most backlog (Allowed-To-Keep-Term) exams will be held in the online mode this year.
Earlier, in 2019 Mumbai University had conducted offline exams for the students. The University released the statement after a meeting between the key members of the board of the examination of the varsity recently. The authorities further added that a circular on the upcoming examination session will be released soon.
Mumbai University official notification
All UG and PG exams for commerce, arts and science session 2 (regular) and backlog exams for the same batches will be conducted offline. However, backlog exams (ATKT) for semesters 1, 3 and 5, as well as semester 4 exams for regular and backlog students will be conducted in online mode this year,” the Mumbai University said in an official notification.
“Offline exams for PG students will include 50 per cent multiple-choice questions (MCQs) and 50 per cent descriptive type questions,” highlighted the statement.
MU Final Semester Exam for UG Students
For the final semester exams for the UG students, the varsity said it will look at the status of the number of students who have been vaccinated and will wait for the orders from the state government before taking a final call.
“At present, some parts of the state are still witnessing agitation by state transport organisations, so the decision on offline exams for the final year UG students will be announced on or before March 1,” said Vinod Patil, director of the board of examination and evaluation (BoEE), MU.
Delhi University Executive Council Approves UG Curriculum Framework 2022
Delhi University Executive Council has approved the UG Curriculum Framework 2022. The Academic Council of the university had approved the curriculum framework which was then placed before the EC for discussion.
The three members which included Court members to the EC Advocate Ashok Agarwal and Advocate Rajpal Singh along with Elected teacher’s representative Dr Seema Das disagreed with the EC decision.REGISTER FOR RESULTS UPDATES