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BSc students fret over low scores, blame MU’s results chaos

DNMUM394382 | 8/12/2017 | Author : Ankita Bhatkhande | WC :216 | Education & Careers



As the University of Mumbai struggles to declare the results of hundreds of courses online, it has come to light that several students with an excellent academic background have scored way lower than their expectations. It has now come to light that several students of Bachelor of Science (BSc) studying under various affiliated colleges of the university have scored between 10-30 marks.
Shocked and disappointed by the low scores, many students are now queueing up outside their respective colleges and the university’s Kalina campus. “Many students from our college have got lower marks than expected. Most of them are bright students and they never expected such a poor score. The students approached the college after their results
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