The delay in the declaration of MU Results has been meddling in the tranquillity of Mumbai University students. Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and Maharashtra Governor C H Vidyasagar Rao reviewed the progress of the declaration of MU results, which have been highly delayed.

However, students have gone into a frenzy and especially those who need to apply for further studies in domestic or international universities.

The major emphasis has been laid on the premise that the results should be declared at the earliest and no student should suffer because of the delay, since it all began.

According to a statement issued by Raj Bhavan, of the total of 477 results, MU has managed to declare 354 results as on August 17. Remaining 123 results are yet to be declared.

MU’s in-charge Vice Chancellor, Devanand Shinde, said all efforts were being made for early declaration of results, the statement said.

The statement also included, “The Governor and the CM have directed the higher and technical education department, director, higher education, CET commissioner and vice chancellors of other universities in the state to take necessary steps to ensure the admission of students from Mumbai University pursuing higher education should be carried out without any hindrances.”

Also, in an attempt to make necessary ammendments, cut-off dates of several postgraduate courses have been extended for students’ convenience.

For student convenience, the Governor has also told the higher education department to issue “suitable notification” to other universities for provisional admissions of MU students.

Moreover, it has also decided to direct all universities to postpone the dates of registration or allocate over and above quota to accommodate MU students. Education Minister Vinod Tawde said it would be suggested to the examination board of MU whether results of checked answer sheets could be declared. “Almost 96 per cent assessment of all exams is completed and only four per cent is remaining”, confirmed Vinod Tawde.

However, Yuva Sena chief Aaditya Thackeray reiterated the demand of resignation of Vinod Tawde, saying that a complaint should be filed on the grounds of mentally harassing the students and parents.


On the said premise, he said, “I have sought an appointment with Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the issue and will meet him soon.”

Furthermore, in a protest held against the ‘educational policies of the government and the VC’ at Kalina on Friday, a member of the Students’ Federation of India gets her head shaved in the protest.