Against the delay in declaring the results, activists Anjali Damania and Anil Galgali have decided to launch a campaign against the Mumbai University and are demanding the judicial enquiry into the matter.
“We hope that the Bombay High Court constitutes an inquiry into the whole matter and penalizes the people responsible for jeopardizing the future of lakhs of students,” said Damania.
“The delay in the results is a failure on part of the minister of education Vinod Tawde as well as Vice-Chancellor Sanjay Deshmukh. Both should be penalized for their serious lapses amounting to the loss of a precious year of the students,” said Damania.
As an alumna of the university, she is now working on bringing all the prominent alumni members of the university together and starting a campaign for streamlining the problems of the university.
As part of the campaign, activists will file multiple pleas under RTI in order to get the information on the process of appointment of third party agency, on-screen assessment, as well as on the entire assessment process of the university.
“People responsible for the mess cannot get away without any penalties if they have not done due diligence on the evaluation process and the preparedness of the university for the change,” said Damania.