Check here! Mumbai University Results 2017 declared at mu.ac.in: Mumbai university which is also known as MU is one of the best and the oldest university in Maharashtra. The University of Mumbai offers courses like Bachelors, Masters, and Doctoral courses, as well as diplomas and certificates in many disciplines.Almost for every course, the language instruction is English.Currently, this university has 711 affiliated colleges.
Many students of Mumbai University has been waiting for their Law Final Year results.Finally, the wait is over Mumbai university has been officially declared the result on their official website.Around 1 lakh law students have appeared for the exam in the month of May 2017.Students are eagerly waiting for the MU Law Final Year results but now the wait is over go check out the result in MU official website or follow the steps given below for checking your MU Law Final Year results in 2017.
Check online Mumbai University Results 2017
Vinayak Dalvi, a government-appointed officer on special duty responsible for the result said that “A very small portion of the legal papers are yet to be assessed. We will be able to finish the assessment by Wednesday, or latest by Thursday,”.And finally, all the wait is over MU university has finally declared the result for Law Final Year results in 2017. Follow the steps to check your result.
How to check MU Law Final Year Result 2017:
Visit the official website, mu.ac.in
Click on Mumbai University results on Home Page.
Enter all the required details in the provided fields.
Click on submit button.
The results will appear on the screen.
Download/ Take a printout for further reference.
The exams of law final year were held in April and May.But due to delay in the result, many students who appeared for exams could not apply for Masters and also some of them are not able to apply for the job.Because of this delay in result 3 students also writ petition in Bombay High Court against Mumbai University, over negligence and failure to perform duties. They have sought the declaration of results at the earliest or a monetary compensation of Rs 10 lakh.