The student claims many others are facing the same problem
The Arts student of a western suburb college has claimed that while she secured first-class marks in all her papers, she was erroneously marked absent in one paper.
While others are busy trying to get admission for a Master’s degree, Mumbai University student Riddhi Shah (name changed) has other problems to tackle first. The Arts student of a western suburb college has claimed that while she secured first-class marks in all her papers, she was erroneously marked absent in one paper.
“I took all my TYBA examination papers. In fact, I scored very good marks in all subjects. But the university marked me absent in one of the papers, even though I was present. My hall ticket has the signature of the supervisor in the examination hall that day. I even took out the attendance sheet from the examination centre, but still have been marked absent. Now the MU examination centre officials are saying it may take 15-20 days to rectify the mistake”.
I am worried I might miss the admission dates,” said Shah. She further claimed that many other students were facing similar problems.
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When contacted, MU registrar Dr MA Khan said, “I have not received any such complaint. This could have been due to human error. If these students can bring a certificate from their college saying that they were present in the examination centre and appeared for the exam, their result can be changed.”
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