On one side, there are hundreds of students who are complaining that they were marked absent in the exam despite having appeared for the exam; on the other hand, a student from the Government Law College claimed that she has been marked in the exam which she never took.
The student appeared for sixth semester exams for five year LLB course in the month of April under University of Mumbai but missed the Indian Penal Code (IPC) paper. But when the results were declared she saw that she had scored 21 marks in the paper.
“I was surprised to see I have secured 21 marks when I had not even appeared for the IPC paper,” she told The Indian Express.
Despite all the efforts, Mumbai University is going through crisis in declaring the results of the students.
A final year student of the New Law College said that she has cleared all her previous semester exams but the results of her final semester were withheld by the University for not clearing the lower examinations.
“I don't have any back papers or failures in the previous semesters and yet, my results have been withheld,” said the student who did not wish to be named.
The University said that it will look into the complaints on case-by-case basis and withheld results will be declared within next 10 days.
“If the result is in the reserved list, it could be because the paper has not been evaluated. We are trying to complete all assessment at the earliest,” the official said.