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College teachers stage protest over MU result delay

DNMUM392657 | 7/18/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :220 | Education & Careers



Barely two weeks before the deadline set by the governor to finish the work of onscreen evaluation at the University of Mumbai several teachers said that they are still experiencing glitches in the system.
Several teachers under various departments and affiliated colleges of the university joined a protest organised by the The Bombay University and College Teachers’ Union (BUCTU) on Monday at its Fort campus. They were also joined by several final year students who are awaiting their results and some student unions at the university.
“The entire assessment process is in shambles at the university. With the delay in kick-starting the process and then the glitches which still exist, the university is playing with the future of th
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