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Several T.Y.B.Com students from the Institute of Distance and Open Learning (IDOL), who got a wrong question paper for their business economics exam on Tuesday 27th March, met University of Mumbai officials on Thursday 29th March, to seek a re-exam. The university had initially announced a re-exam for only 98 students taking the exam at a centre in Mulund. However, when many of the 612 students could not attempt their paper successfully, the university issued a circular announcing a re-exam on April 10 for all students affected by the goof-up.
Students who could not complete their paper or were unable to attempt it can approach their respective institutes. The university notification states that the time and venue of the examination will remain the same. The 19 exam centres and IDOL are asked to inform the candidates concerned. Mean while, T.Y.B.Com students, who had relied on allegedly leaked questions for the marketing and human resource management paper on Wednesday 28th March, did not benefit from any such leaks on Thursday 29th March. Messages circulated an evening before the exam did not feature many questions in the export marketing paper.
Courtesy: Times of India
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