Results of 13 subjects which are taught at the University of Mumbai are yet to be declared. Amid all the chaos and delays in declaring the results of the undergraduate and postgraduate exams, the fact, the despite the red flag raised by the the office of university chancellor and Governor of Maharashtra, Ch Vidyasagar Rao, the university went ahead with the on-screen assessment process.
The delay in the results was anticipated by the chancellor's office because scanning 18 lakh copies for assessment would be time consuming task.
Almost a week before, the university appointed the agency for the on-screen assessment of the answer sheets, the chancellor's office wrote to the vice-chancellor Sanjay Deskmukh in which the possibility of a delay in announcing the results was mentioned.
The governor has asked for a factual reports on the issue of implementing on-screen assessment, appointing the agency for the task and delay in the assessments.
“We wanted a fair inquiry, which is why the committee members were not from within the NIOS system. They submitted their findings about 20 days ago, based on which I have recommended a proper investigation,” said Sharma.