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Many students are running around to get hall tickets, with a T.Y.B.Com paper scheduled on 21st March, Wednesday. With hard copies of the hall tickets reaching many colleges only on 19th March, Monday, some told students to collect them the same day, while others plan to distribute them on 20th March, Tuesday. Around 85,000 students will appear for the final year exams from Wednesday. Mumbai University for the first time made hall tickets available online but many could not access them on 18th March, Sunday and were forced to rely on hard copies.
The delay was probably due to the visit of the review committee of the National Accreditation and Assessment Council, which kept officials busy, and online submission of the examination form, for which hall tickets had to be submitted online, officials claimed. Ajai Hind College’s student, who has the financial accounts paper on Wednesday and got his hall ticket on Monday, said, “We were called to college to collect the hall tickets at 9 AM. But we got them only by 11 AM. Two days before the exam, I would have preferred to stay at home and revise the syllabus.”Another student who got the ticket at 4 PM on Monday, said, “I had to travel for one hour to reach college. I will have to check my name at the exam centre on Tuesday or will have to reach early on Wednesday. It is a waste of time. We could not access the tickets online. Even if we get them online, we have to get the college principal’s signature.” Students who went to a college in south Mumbai at 9 AM were turned away. “They were told to return at 4 PM as the university had not delivered them in the morning,” said a college official. A college in Charni Road told its students to come for the tickets on Tuesday. Madhu Nair, dean, faculty of commerce, said, “Most colleges received hard copies around 11.30 AM on Monday.” The exam will commence on March 21, he said. A varsity official said the server could have been slow as many logged on at the same time. ATKT rule changed, The Mumbai University academic council on Monday approved a major change in the allowed to keep terms (ATKT) rule. The earlier policy stated that the student (learner, under the new credit-based grading system) can fail only in two subjects in the whole year to be promoted to the next academic year. In the new policy, the learner can fail in two subjects per semester (four in a year) to be promoted. The change comes as the number of subjects has doubled under the new system.
Courtesy: Times of India
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