Mumbai colleges decide not to wait for results, start classes for law, PG courses
Colleges do not wait for the University of Mumbai (MU) reports their earnings to start the next academic year. Instead, many have decided to start organizing conferences for the next semester, especially for law and postgraduate courses.
Right-Wing Churchgate Churchgate organized a circular inviting students wishing to participate in the third and fifth semester of law school for three years and the seventh and ninth semesters of the five-course law to initiate attendance at conferences Of 7 of July.
“It seems that the results of several law exams will not be announced shortly. Because of this, we decided to start the next semester teaching program on July 7,” said the circular signed by Director of Institute Ajay Nathani.
Universities are concerned that the slow reaction, which is done with the new on-screen dialing system will affect their academic calendar for next year.
University authorities announced at a meeting in mid-June that less than 10% of the response sheets were evaluated and 20 pounds lakh responses were not analyzed.
“Response pamphlets are checked at a slow pace as teachers began attending lectures and many do not find time to visit PAC centers for assessment,” said an Examining Department official.
Although most graduates of last year may need their results when applying for higher education, some colleges in the city are trying to make sure that students do not lose a semester altogether.
Some colleges offer interim admissions for first graders and begin training next week.
“We can not waste time, so we are committed to our students that if not to clean the second half, their admission will be canceled. Classes start in time so that teachers can complete the program,” said Anju Kapoor, Director Of the UPG College, Vile Parle ….