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on 28 August, 2012

Mumbai University Likely To Remove Cap on Revaluation Eligibility


Mumbai University Likely To Remove Cap on Revaluation Eligibility


Good News for the low scorers! Mumbai University authorities are considering to remove the condition which has hampered numerous students from applying for revaluation. Up till now students were required to have scored at least 20% of the marks to be eligible to apply for revaluation. However, this cap is now likely to be removed and even those with lower marks or even a zero will be allowed to give their papers for rechecking.

Mumbai University Likely To Remove Cap on Revaluation Eligibility


Good News for the low scorers! Mumbai University authorities are considering to remove the condition which has hampered numerous students from applying for revaluation. Up till now students were required to have scored at least 20% of the marks to be eligible to apply for revaluation. However, this cap is now likely to be removed and even those with lower marks or even a zero will be allowed to give their papers for rechecking.

Although this may sound pretty pleasing on the face of it, the obvious question that arises is that with so many extra applications will the University authorities be able to handle the burden. "Results of revaluation already take too long to come out and we're hardly left with time to study again in case we do not clear in the rechecking" says Sheena, a student of the Mumbai University. "Sometimes the results are declared after the ATKT exams are conducted! I wonder when they would be out if this rule is passed" says Aman, an Engineering student from Mumbai University.


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