• Admissions to the Masters or Law (LLM) program on the University of Mumbai is but to finish however college students are already a fearful lot as their exams, as scheduled by the college, are presupposed to begin from May 17.

PUBLISHED ON MAY 04, 2021 01:44 PM IST

Admissions to the Masters or Law (LLM) program on the University of Mumbai is but to finish however college students are already a fearful lot as their exams, as scheduled by the college, are presupposed to begin from May 17. Confused with the choice of the varsity which impacts a minimum of 800 college students throughout six LLM divisions of MU, many have now approached the examination division of the University for readability.

“How can the university be unaware of the status of admissions, and declare examination dates? Our online classes are yet to begin and here we are, staring at exams in two weeks,” stated Ashutosh Choughle, one of many LLM college students. He added that whereas it may be thought-about that MU had not predicted the time that on-line admissions course of will take, Choughle stated it’s unacceptable that the regulation division has not but launched any clarification on examination dates.

After a protracted wait, MU had declared dates for graduation of exams throughout departments and programs within the first week of April. Considering the delay in admissions to the undergraduate regulation programs (trouble three 12 months and 5 12 months batches) exams for the primary 12 months LLB college students have been pushed to June whereas these for LLM college students are scheduled to start in mid-May.

“How is the university supposed to be trusted with the futures of lakhs of students, when they are unaware of the status of admissions for a batch of merely 800 students across six divisions. Why should we be demanding answers every time and pointing problems to the department when the need of the hour is for MU to be proactive,” stated Sachin Pawar president of Student Law Council.

After repeated makes an attempt to achieve the pinnacle of the regulation division at MU, calls and messages went unanswered. The MU examination division stated they are going to look into the matter, which has now been dropped at their discover.

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